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throughout the higher class,
while the Chinese had dynasties. In Rome, the real center of power was the Senate. The Senate
made decisions as a group, and had the power to elect other political officials. They did not
always use their power completely fairly, though, and they would exercise their power in corrupt
ways. For example, officials in the Senate would nominate their sons for public offices. Han
China was similar in this specific way– their dynasties were basically a way to pass power down
through the generations of a specific family. Another political similarity between the two
empires was that religion and politics were hand in hand. Romans were polytheists, and their
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power (140 BC)He made improvements to Shi Huangdis Great wall. He also strengthened the army. By the end of Wudis reign, Chinese rule stretched west into Central Asia, north into Vietnam and Korea.Death of Wudi (87 BC)Han dynasty started to fall apart. Warlords gained power. When he died the emperor gave up power and the Han dynasty ended.End of Han Dynasty (220 AD)China broke up into several smaller kingdoms.Explorations of Marco Polo (1200 AD)His stories of China saying it was a royal place with walls covered in gold and silver. It excited the imaginations and greed of monarchs and merchants to take over china.Birth of Dalai Lama (1935 AD)He was discovered when he was 2 years old, when he picked out his items out of a large pile of stuff, and yet he knew what was his.Beginning of Communism in China (1949 AD)Communist won the civil war and made china into a communist country. They replaced old system of land ownership wit communes.www.google.com
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Chinese influence, such as Confucianism, Buddhism, and Chinese writing characters diffused to Japan, but it remained unique in many ways.
Though the Korean people have had many cultural exchanges with China, Korea has kept its own distinct identity throughout history. Chinese influence began to flow into Korea during the earliest Korean kingdom, the Ko Choson (Old Choson) kingdom, which was conquered by the Han dynasty of China. (Korea also had contacts with Japan but was closer to China at the time). When the Han left, Korea split into 3 kingdoms: the Koguryo, the Silla, and the Paekche. Each adopted different aspects of Chinese culture: Koguryo adopted Buddhism, the Chinese code of law, the
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Art is a way to express ideas that include rebelling or honoring one's country. Ai
Weiwei is a chinese artist who has been highly critical of the chinese government's stance on
human rights. He has been harassed by the police and sent to jail multiple times. However, that
hasn't stopped him from continuing to share his ideas to the world. Ai Weiwei shares his opinion
on his country, China, through his art. Ai Weiwei rebels his chinese culture because of the
limited human rights the chinese citizens have, and the government corruption.
Ai Weiwei is known for his voice in human rights. The same way he uses his voice in his
art to show how he rebels his country's
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generally based on class though, the rich cooked in elaborate ways such as stir-frying or steaming. The rich also ate more meat and eggs and fish.Regardless of class, Chinese had two meals a day. One was at mid morning. The other was before nightfall.China is noted for it's tea, but before it was invented in China warm rice beer was usually drunken. The Chinese in the Han dynasty developed tea.Fish was important to the Chinese. By 100 BC artificial ponds were made to breed carp.Hunting was usually considered a sport. The meat they caught was sold at the market, eaten, or preserved.The Chinese? Celebrating signified many good foods. The Chinese celebrated on weddings, birth of a son, a funeral
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make the gigantic metal statues and bells that decorated the imperial palace.Feudalism was abolished, and land was taken from landowners and distributed among peasants, who were then taxed by the central government. A new code of law was devised and applied to all citizens equally, regardless of rank.Conscription was devised; Males between seventeen years old and sixty years old was to serve one year in the army.Endless labor in the later years of Qin Shi Huang's reign provoked even more widespread discontent amongst the populace. However, the emperor was able to maintain stability due to his tight grip on every aspect of the lives of the Chinese people. The extent of this harsh rule was finally ended a few years after the First Emperor's death, in which the Qin Dynasty was overthrown, and Han Dynasty succeeded.. The new dynasty uplifted some of the harsh laws that was set by the Qin Dynasty, thus making the populace happy once more.
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developed during the Han period to gain equal footing in battle with the confident horsemen to the west. While other similar, yet lackluster, devices were found earlier in India the precursor for the European version was created independently in China. Originally it was used as simply an aide in mounting but as Chinese horsemen started using heavier weapons and armour the stirrup was developed so that they could effectively dominate a head on charge. The knights of the European feudal age who charged across the fields and dominated warfare were a product of the Chinese stirrup. While one Chinese invention would give power to the Knights, another earlier one would begin to take it away. During the
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.) and Hu-han-yeh (52 B.C.) finally surrendered (Liu, 1988, #14). The defeat of the Xiongnu further increased the cross-cultural exchange between China and the near east as many countries started to pay tribute to China.Through all the military confrontations between the western regions, Chinese emperors realized that obtaining goods through military operations is just too expensive and unpractical. So their solution to this was to increase the trade with the west. In order to improve the safety of the trade routes, Han government extended the Great Wall and built the Jade Gate west of Dunhuang, and then set up several garrison stations in the north western frontiers. As for the trade
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Confucian ideas also served as a baseline for Liu Dapeng and Kong I-chi in the 19th century.
Confucian ideas firstly started by Confucian in early Zhou dynasty. Then it became the fundamental idea for Chinese people for centuries. Lots of scholars added their new thoughts in Confucian ideas, however, the main value remains the same in the Confucian ideas such as benevolence, filial piety, and five bonds in the society (China’s Intellectual Culture and the Confucian Legacy, 01/31). Kangxi emperor was the second emperor in Qing dynasty. He highly promoted Confucian ideas in order to win respect from educated Han Chinese. He also collected the imperial encyclopedia which is a collection of the
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observation, and her understanding of human nature. In addition, she also used her
knowledge of Chinese artistic vocabulary to represent her culture. According to Bower
Museum experts, Loretta Yang is one of the most influential Chinese glass artists of our
time. This special edition of glass masterwork was collected by both Bowers Museum 1
as well as the National Museum for Women in the Arts. The original piece was set for a
limited edition of eight pieces worldwide. However, many people recognize the glass
baby doll figurine as both a moving artwork as well as prayer, given the nature of such a
universal and heartfelt sentiment from the placement of the delicate hand with the baby
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excludes the large number of women engaged in agricultural and household work.Social:Both in population and in surface China is an enormous country. This leads to many geographical differences. For instance the country knows may different languages; Standard Chinese or Mandarin (Putonghua, based on the Beijing dialect), Yue (Cantonese), Wu (Shanghaiese), Minbei (Fuzhou), Minnan (Hokkien-Taiwanese), Xiang,Gan, Hakka dialects and minority languages. China also knows many different ethnic groups; Han Chinese 91.9%, Zhuang, Uygur, Hui, Yi, Tibetan, Miao, Manchu, Mongol, Buyi, Korean, and other nationalities 8.1%. Since the country is officially atheist there are not many different religions, small
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Marcus Andre 4/17/17
Questions 1-3 refer to the image above
1. This new invention would be used for...
a. Farming and agriculture
b. Bronze metallurgy
c. Manhattan Project
d. Lateen sails
2. This would be introduced in which periodization
a. Classical Era
b. Neolithic Era
c. Post WWI
d. Early Modern
3. The image represents
a. Mesopotamian Wheel
b. Chinese compass
c. Muslim astrolabe
d. Donut from 1847
Questions 4-6 refer to the map above
4. This map represents a picture of which of the following trade routes
a. The Silk Road
b. The Turquoise Road
c. The Burger
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that an applicant from Beijing is 41 times more likely to be admitted to Peking University than a student with similar scores that’s from the poor and largely rural province of Anhui.
Many forms of conflict are usually between the majority Han and various minority ethnicities, but there are also conflicts among minority groups. In regions designated for one particular ethnic group, policy guarantees affirmative action in favor of members of the designated group who apply for jobs in the state sector. But if you’re members from other minority ethnic groups who live in that region, you will experience less favorable socioeconomic conditions. Affirmative action and other policies toward minority
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people.Today Tibetans are outnumbered by Han Chinese population in their own homeland.In summery, Tibet is rich in culture and through that holds a certain pride. Even though the persecution by the Chinese government and the fact that Tibet is a third world country struggling for everyday amenities is ever pressing against them. Without their religious belief's, the corner stone to this little society, it is safe to say this amazing people would not have survived.The Tibetans are such a beautiful people, always smiling and joyful. I can only hope that they will have the freedom to continue to pass down their culture to further generations, to explore their religious values, in freedom to become truly free.
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normal, but we don’t require the doctor's note saying that. The same may apply to
geijutsu. This "thing" that may be called geijutsu at one time or another does not
require the name of geijutsu all the time ... By the way, what is Anti-Art (Han-geijutsu)?”
(“Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art” 2). Reiko Tomii takes advantage of the sources and gives a
lucidity to tricky arguments by hunting down the root, ideology, and controversies
about “Anti-Art” etymologically. Tomii says “Borrowed from ancient Chinese, geijutsu is
the etymological equivalent of the Greek techne and the Latin ars, initially signifying the
diverse "arts and learning." ln modern Japanese, geijutsu is similar to art in English. It
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people in a way that most didn’t. He stressed equality because of this. They had never had a functioning democratic authority before so this came as a nice change.
In 1367, Wu’s forces defeated the Kingdom of Dazhou. This victory granted his government authority of the lands north and south of the Yangtze River. A year later, others surrendered and Wu proclaimed himself emperor of the Ming Dynasty. With this rule, his mission was to drive away the Mongols and restore the Han Chinese rule in China. This eventually happened, replacing all of the former governing with Han Chinese officials.
At the start of Wu’s reign he married his first wife, Ma, who of which was the poorest of the realm. He
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translated as the Book of Songs, is the earliest existing collection of Chinese poems and songs. It consists of 305 poems and songs, many of which range from the 10th to the 7th centuries BC. The book was first known as a Classic, forming part of the Five Classics in the Han Dynasty, after the Emperor officially adopted Confucianism as the guiding principles of Chinese society around the 1st century AD.
Nearly forty years after Cathay appearing in 1954, 69-year-old Ezra Pound published his English translation of The Book of Songs: The Confucian Odes: The Classic Anthology Defined by Confucius. This is his "culmination of nearly half a century's devotion to the translation of poetry", which captures
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: Ch. 2-3, 5.
Tuesday-- Focus on India: Comparison between Environment, including Climate, in Asian civilizations, extent of Harappan trade, causes of Harappan decline; blending of Aryan and Indigenous culture;
Thursday: Focus on China: Impact of Chinese writing, role of Women, kinship groups, early Chinese Philosophy, Mandate of Heaven, shi. Warring States, Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism. Rise of the Han.
Tuesday: Quiz on Student Learning Objectives 3.1. 3.2., 3.3, 3.4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3
Sept. 18, Week 4: Classical Civilizations of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East
Topics: The influence of Persia on Greece, Persia, Patterns and Challenges of Imperial Rule; role of roads and
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/collectivism dimension (Chan et al. 2007; Han and Shavitt 1994). Examination of this key similarity/difference has been undertaken in numerous international advertising studies, but rarely in studies of humorous appeals (Alden et al. 1993; Lee and Lim 2008). Our research extends the examination to the theme or object of the humor in the advertising appeal.In this study we examine both cognitive mechanisms and the psychodynamic approach of the impact of themes of humor. These themes are categorized as either aggressive (including sexual and aggressive) or non-aggressive. Each of these themes can be expressed through incongruity-resolution humor (Hempelmann and Ruch 2005). This study will then illustrate
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system of government. Their presence served merely to hasten what was already inevitable. According to these historians the main cause of the changes in Japan were from within and not from without; from impulse and not from impact.
The internal influences responsible for the changes are to be sought in the political, religious, intellectual and economic life of the country.
Tokugawa Iyeyasu (1630-16) and his immediate successors had made Buddhism the national religion, had discouraged inquiry into the past history and traditions of Japan and had fostered Chinese scholarship, particularly that of the Sung school. For many years these influences remained dominant under rigid governmental
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. Construction of the Great Wall was begun during the Ch'in Dynasty (ca. 328-206 B.C.), and continued under the succeeding Han Dynasty (ca. 353-100 B.C.).*Xena's second trip to Chin was made by boat. The sea route from Greece to India, and beyond to Cambodia and Chin, date from 100 B.C.The reason the timing is actually insignificant is that the stories are timeless. Xena and Gabrielle die and are reborn more than once during this series allowing them to interact in different times and places. The themes of this series involve transcendent love among people and between a people and a god or system of gods.One of the most common comments concerning Xena Warrior Princess is the context of Sapphic
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developing countries, Taiwan's weakening ability to maintain a healthy trade surplus, and its difficulty in establishing or promoting brand names.Taiwan's domestication, or the migrants' re-adoption of the traditional Chinese lifestyle, was attributed to two main factors. The first was the natural factor of a migratory community seeking conformity with the parent society and its standards in social restructuring. Economic prosperity and the subsequent population flow, township settlements, ethnic assimilation, the disappearance of regional feuds, and the slow but steady emergence of a clan system founded on blood relations, gradually rid the migratory society of the special features that once
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Planning and organizing in respect to Wells Fargo is essential to the success of the company. The vision of Wells Fargo Bank is to move to the next stage going from "good to great," (wellsfargo.com). The organization has constantly reinvented itself through the years by creating new departments, products, services and new positions. The changes that have been made to the organization have been instrumental in the success of the company. Planning is a function that is often utilized within our organization.Within the mortgage wholesale division of Wells Fargo, we tend to have an operational disadvantage when it comes to our loan process. Our company realizes that business would not exist
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In order to answer this question we must firstly look at what is done at the birth of the child. If they are baptised as a baby, they clearly include no opinion in the situation. If this child doesn't believe in this faith there will be obvious rise against this as they get older and realise what it means.Furthermore, a particularly social child who is busy quite a lot of the time may find it hard to go to Church when they are supposed to and make time for other things like prayer etc. These things all take time where a child could be doing other activities that they would prefer to be doing than attending church. As well as this, to a child who isn't a Christian because of their own
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V-post has the ability to substantially improve its profit margin, but it may difficult to realize that with the insight from Singpost, it can and will happen overnight. V-post is currently selling maximum range of approximately million bucks value of goods each day. As V-post faces many intense pressures to be more and more competitive and to increase profitability, a new perspective must be directed to the reduction and control of expenses. Expenses are considered to be "costs of doing business." Hence, most organizations lack the "know how, "expertise, or time to undertake an extensive profit improvement review. A few may have access to financial resources, some of which include books
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Disasters happen when multinational corporations though having enormous resources tend to look the other side when most of the people are uneducated and their governments do not care for them and their safety and laws are usually bent if not broken by the corporations for their benefit.On the night at around 1 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 1984, when most of the people were at home sleeping, a deadly toxic methyl isocyanate (MIC) gas leaked out from the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) plant in Bhopal, India. Senior factory officials who already knew about the lethal build-up in the tank before the leakage did not raise the alarm to warn the neighborhood until one hour after the leakage
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Before entering the "real" world and making decisions about careers and life, there is one major decision one is faced with. The question of which institution will best fit their needs to prepare them for life. There are several choices to choose from. From Ivy League Schools to State Schools as well as Historically Black Colleges and Universities the list goes on and on. These schools are viewed in society on a scale. Ivy League Schools are viewed at the top of the list where as Historically Black Colleges and Universities is only a place to go when you have no where else to go. However to receive admission into any type of these universities one must take the Scholastic Achievement Test or
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Throughout American history, the development of plantations (farms) in the American colonies arrived as immigrants arrived in small farms. The American people settled on the land west of the Mississippi for many diverse reasons. As the years went, by the profit and demand for crops such as tobacco grew larger. At that time, large plantation could had over 400 acres of fields growing anything from tobacco to maize and sugarcane(in the south), as the myths reveal. The farmers were also in the business of buying slaves as they were auctioned off at the ports or owned as indentured servants.Initially, many Americans were reluctant to move westward. Early explorers thought that the country beyond
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The author uses from the first person point of view. This is viewed in the first person because the author uses pronouns such as "we" and "my" in the story. To have pronouns such as "we" and "my" is the definition of first person narrators. An example of this can be seen through the following phrase:"My mother is not an inventive or convincing liar, and the excuses which occur to her are obviously second rate."We know that the narrator is homodiegtic because the narrator is one who is internal to the narrative, which is on the same plane of exegesis as the story. In the first person narrative, it brings us psychologically much closer to the central character. However, it does lose much of
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Characteristics and symptomsThe characteristics and symptoms of albinism are:- very light skin color- blondish-white colored hair- visual impairments that require glasses- tendency to sunburn easily,- hearing impairments- blood-clotting problems- red/pink eyes- Low Vision- Sensitivity to bright light and glare- involuntary eye movements- "Slowness to see" in infancy- Inability of the eyes to work togetherThese are all symptoms of albinos but an albino can have perfect health and only suffer from very light skin.CausesAlbinism is caused when a person inherits two recessive genes that cause them to not produce the normal amount of melanin. This makes their skin and hair lighter and can cause
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From the beginning of recorded history, possibly before then, humans have found a necessity for classifying and categorizing every aspect of life. This need for order has been used to efficiently organize and clarify the endless details on Earth. This arrangement of objects in groups has also created a very sinister and volatile mindset that some people live by. This associative manner of classification has lead to the formation of beliefs in race identities, stereotypes, and superiority in the form of racism. Racism is contempt for people who have physical characteristics different from your own (Nanda and Warms 1). This concept is often combined with what is called racialism. Racialism is
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Domestic Family Violence by definition consists of physical, emotional and psychological violence. Family Violence is prevalent among all domestic groups. This form of violence crosses ethnic, racial, age, national origin, sexual orientation, religious and socioeconomic lines. Those families at highest risk are those currently experiencing some complicating form of stress. This would include poverty, unemployment, low educational levels and certain ethnic groups. Job disparities including income disparities between spouses, over crowding and poor social structure also increase and contribute to family violence. By the most conservative estimate, each year 1 million women suffer nonfatal
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The story of spirited away begins with Chihiro, the protagonist of the story moving to a new house in a country town. Initially Chihiro is stubborn and reluctant about leaving her friends and old life behind. Later on the family runs into what seems like an abandoned theme park, but is actually an entrance to a spirit world and more specifically a bathhouse for gods.When Chihiro is helpless of the circumstances of loosing her parents and the recent transparency in her skin a boy with the name of Haku comes to comfort and rescue her. Haku informs Chihiro that the only way she can remain in the bathhouse and save her parents is to get a job and make herself useful. Chihiro following Haku's
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PROBLEMAfter reviewing the facts of the article, it appears to me that the problem at Polaris is one of poor organization and structuring of the companies resources.ALTERNATIVESThe first alternative in solving the organizational problem at Polaris is to expand the marketing research and development teams to cities outside of the Midwest, such as Burlington, VT, Portland, ME, and Manchester, NH in the Northeast and Denver, CO, Helena, MT in the Midwest, and Tempe, Arizona in the southwest and other US and foreign cities where Polaris' products may have a market.AdvantagesThis alternative organizes Polaris better in terms of marketing and researching products for the future. It will better
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The first Total War also known as the 'bloodiest' war of the century, WWI proved to have a great impact upon all of Europe. Politically, there is a clear scene of what impact the War had on the main powers in Europe: for some countries, such as France and Britain, the change in regime was merely slight, in Germany rather significant, whereas in Russia it proved drastic and sparked off two revolutions. Hence, there were several common aspects of political impacts, both direct and indirect.One of the instances of indirect political impact of WWI was the steadfastly developed idea of 'unity' behind ones government, borne by feelings of patriotism. This mainly existed at the very beginning of
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Naturally, there are three main points offered, when analyzing the role of Bethmann-Holloweg in the July Crisis. One of them, the sympathetic viewpoint, describes the German Imperial Chancellor as a victim of circumstance, rather weak, but totally guilt-free. The more critical viewpoint assigns him the characteristics of an aggressive expansionist and finally the neutral point balances out the two. It claims that Holloweg lost control, and desired no more than a limited war. Nonetheless, it is never certain how far the Chancellor was a crucial figure.To begin with, the sympathetic, and possibly very naive view is that the Chancellor did his best to avoid war and was a peace-loving statesman
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After Research, I do feel that minorities are overrepresented within the criminal justice system. For example, "a suit filed Jan. 6 in Union County, N.J., alleges that a state law denying voting rights to parolees and probationers discriminates against blacks and Hispanics due to their overrepresentation in the criminal justice system"(Penal Disenfranchisement Law Called Biased). A good deal of research has noted major disparities in the extent of involvement of minorities, particularly blacks compared to whites, in the criminal justice system. The existence of disproportionate racial representation in the criminal justice system raises questions about the fundamental fairness and equality
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The article I have selected to write about caught my attention because of the word " Phishing". Being an avid fisherman I knew this term had to be related fishing or luring. As I found out in the article the Tech term Phishing refers to scams which try to trick consumers into disclosing highly confidential -- and valuable -- information such as credit card and bank account numbers, Social Security numbers, and other identity-related data.Typically originating in mass-mailed e-mails that purport to be from a legitimate source, they entice users to spoofed sites with bogus claims that account numbers must be re-entered.The statistics are amazing in the amount of attacks. According to Vincent
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Software maintenance and change control plans are critical to the overall success of a software project. A properly executed plan will not only provide more reliable coding changes, and change implementations; it will also have beneficial financial impacts on the company. Large portions of software expenditures are related to program maintenance. Poorly tested or documented changes and coding changes implemented on an emergency basis as twice as costly as those that are well planned and tested. A plan that controls changes, tests, and implements the changes in a thorough manner will make more efficient use of all the companies' resources. To be effective a plan must be in place through the
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IntroductionWhy all the noise from senior management about improved communication? Organizations need communication, in all sorts of relationships. When organizations focus on the professional relationships, the managers wants to communicate to be able to increase his or her employees' knowledge. In this paper, I will describes and elaborate on two types of communication: lateral and vertical. Furthermore, I will also compare the two types of communication and how they relate to my organization.Vertical CommunicationVertical communication can be described as the transfer of information, in the order from highest to the lowest, in an organizational structure, (Spillan, Mino, & Rowles
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There is a constant dispute amongst the medical and psychological community as to whether alcoholism is, in fact, a disease or just a state of mind. Many of the researcher have classified alcoholism as a disease (Alcoholism as a Disease 1). Dictionary.com has defined "disease" broadly as an "involuntary choice made by the individual" (Dictionary 1). This definition does not comply with alcoholics at all, because they can easily like any other human being determine that drinking has many unwanted consequences behind it. But an alcoholic just simply doesn't care. They cause many of their own troubles by their behavior and the decisions they make, so why should they be looked upon as powerless
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Shakespearean tragedies rarely contain blameless characters. The characters whose lives get turned upside down usually either deserve it, or they directly contributed to their downfall by holding onto some flaw or vice. This is always true for his tragic heroes, but what about his minor characters? They usually suffer just as much as the main characters. They usually exhibit character flaws. The difference is that they are rarely responsible for their own downfall; their circumstances come about from things outside of their control. Othello's Michael Cassio is an example of such a character. He is shown as a good man with minor flaws whose suffering is orchestrated by people and events that
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Andre's Hair Stylling employs 5 barbers at $9.90 per hour, 40 hours per week, and 50 weeks per year. The salary rate applies regardless of the number of haircuts performed by the barber. Fixed expenses total $1,750 per month and the cost for shampoo per client is $0.40. The total cost for each hair cut is $12.00. Using this data, I found the following information.1. Contribution margin is sales revenue less variable costs. It is the amount available to pay for fixed costs and provide any profit after variable costs have been paid. (Wikipedia, 2006) Find the contribution margin per haircut:Unit sales price - unit variable cost = contribution margin12.00 Per cut - 0.40/shampoo = contribution
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There are two polio vaccines that are used throughout the world today. There is the oral polio vaccine and the injected polio vaccine. The injection vaccine was invented first. It was invented by Jonas Salk and first tested in 1952. It was announced to the world on April 12, 1955. The second vaccine was invented by Albert Sabin. This vaccine was the oral one. The oral vaccine was a scientific breakthrough at that time. The vaccine was began testing in 1957 and was introduced to the world in 1962.The Oral Polio Vaccine was much more fit for the younger polio victims. Most polio victims were young children but most complication with polio was with the older people who had polio. Babies and
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Gower, an offscene narrator, enters to tell about the kingdom of Antioch, where king Antiochus and Antiochus's daughter are engaging in incest. Antiochus has kept suitors from marrying her by requiring that they answer a riddle correctly or die. Pericles, Prince of Tyre, tries his hand at the riddle. He is successful, but discovers that its answer reveals the incestuous relationship between father and daughter. Pericles doesn't reveal the truth, and Antiochus gives him forty days before his death sentence. But Pericles is sure Antiochus will want him dead for knowing the truth, so he flees back to Tyre. Antiochus sends an assassin after him.In Tyre, Pericles worries that Antiochus will take
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Despite both descending from Islam and Christianity are two religions that are very different. "It is difficult to compare Christianity to any other religion because there is such a wide range of beliefs and practices among various wings of Christianity: Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox churches, the Anglican Communion and the tens of thousands of Protestant faith groups" (Religious Tolerance). Despite the fact that they are two different religions, scared scriptures and Cosmogony will be compared and contrasted between the two.When looking at similarities of both religions, both use sacred scriptures. Islam's sacred scripture is called the Qur'an. "The Qur'an is literally the word of God
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Aim:To test which condition (external or internal) best suits the growth of seed germinationHypothesis:I would assume that the seeds that were placed outside in their natural environment would have a better growth pattern than that of the internally grown one due to the fact that its exposure to nature's day/night length, natural sunlight rain and temperature are the necessary elements for successful seed germination.Apparatus:4 Containers (preferably 0mm x 200mm x 100mm)Small bag of potting mixPacket of pea seedsRuler for measuring seed growthWatering canMethod:(1) Pour potting mix into two exact size containers (filling ¾ of the container)(2) Place four seeds (25mm deep) in each
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The speaker in "I'm nobody! Who are you?" I feel is a victim of society. The speaker has been told so many times that they are nobody that they now have accepted this assertion and created their self identity around being nobody. I do not feel that the speaker is a shy person, but instead finds liberation through being nobody. By being nobody the speaker goes unnoticed and unaffected by the every day hustle and bustle of being somebody.The speaker in "Negro" is a proud person. The speaker is proud of the accomplishments of his race. The speaker was able to experience all of the things he speaks of by knowing the history and struggles of his people. He relates these struggles in this poem
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A subculture is a cultural subgroup. They are considered 'opposite from the mainstream culture because of their unique trends. Subcultures are judged by what they look like, what they wear, where they live, their ethnic background and religion. Subcultures have distinctive styles of dress, activity and music. They form when the main stream culture fails to meet the needs of a particular group of people.Let's take a look at a known subculture. A perfect example is the punk subculture. Here is how they are perceived:Punks are young (16+), and known for being rebellious. This started during the 1970s in Britain, where a group of young rebellious teens decided to make a point through music