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Economics of Education Review
while attending university. It is shown that in a constitutionally ''free for all'' higher education country, families spend
privately more than the state in order to prepare for the entrance examinations and while studying at the university. In
state. Evidently, the excess demand generated by
the zero price has created a number of problems, such
the order of h4000 per year, one of the lowest in the
estimated at h6000 per year.
Families and students bear two additional private
his/her socioeconomic characteristics, preparation for
university entry and expenditures incurred during study.
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, after I participated in the personality inventory it told me I was curious and sensitive to other, but everyone wants to see themselves as those personality traits, they are also just very broad traits that everyone can relate to.
In conclusion the tests are based on five distinct and independent scales, all scales are internally consistent, and people who retake these assessments are very likely to end up with the same result, even after a break – 6 months. It demonstrates both a high reliability and validity rate, but at the same time only use traits that everyone can relate to. But at the same time there are 16 different personalities that you could be categorized in so there isn’t just a couple of categories.
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Danielson, K. (2019). “Personality, Chapter 12, Lecture 3”. PSYA02: Introduction to Clinical, Developmental, Personality, and Social Psychology. University of Toronto, Scarborough. 14 January.
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Police Officers Do Need Tertiary Qualifications
S2802642 Occleshaw Jenny CCJ101 Criminology Skills
S2802642 Occleshaw Jenny CCJ101 Criminology Skills - Final Essay
Police Officers Do Need Tertiary Qualifications
Modern society is rapidly changing and evolving. In the twenty-first century police now come in contact with more varied situations than ever before. A university education will provide officers with the critical thinking and analytical skills to respond better to the needs of a diverse community. Higher Education provides recruits with the ability to evaluate and review situations and consider a range of appropriate solutions. Critical thinking skills will
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threats away as much as possible and if something happens to take immediate action on it. There are physical and human barriers at the entrance and the security is also present inside the permises of the UMT. After conducting the security survey I got to know that the university seeks to ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, the security and safety of all students, staff, visitors within or at Campus premises. The Security team is responsible for the effective operation and enforcement of the Security Policy and Procedures. The campus has the rights to take any action against the person who breaks the law of the campus and it is the duty of everyone who sees any illegal activity, to
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I am Taimoor Mohsin son of Mr. Muhammad Mohsin Ali who passed Msc geography from university of Punjab, Lahore as a regular student and served in education branch of the Pakistan Air force (PAF) for about 42 years. I completed my secondary education from PAF institute in English medium. After that I earned my Bachelor’s degree with specialization in electronics and my Master’s degree with specialization in Electrical engineering (Power) from COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) Islamabad Pakistan which is ranked among the top five universities within Pakistan.
I am a strong believer of the fact that good things come the hard way and there is no shortcut
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articulating the crucial tensions between each argument instead of focusing on the humanist argument only. This is when I was able to recognise that the education system would not operate as adequately as it would if academic and vocational approaches were completely disregarded.
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individual leadership, individual persons or groups of persons can be named as guided persons. The more specific term "team leadership" is also used for working groups and student groups. If the guidance refers to the entirety of all coworkers, then one speaks of personnel guidance or coworker guidance. These forms of leadership are referred to as "leadership" in the English-speaking world.
Human leadership takes place against the background of various social contexts such as family, school, university, politics, business, the military and sport within or outside an institution or organisation. Leadership in the military is considered imperative due to the particular objective of forcibly
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Examine how Special Education Teachers Collaborate with Other School Officials and Teachers
Examine how Special Education Teachers Collaborate with Other School Officials and Teachers
Collaboration between teachers is vital to the survival of students in the education system that is used today. By collaborating with Principals, teachers, and special education teachers the student receives the best possible education possible. Collaboration allows for students to succeed and teachers to receive help in situations they may not understand or have the best resources for.
What role should school principals play in the development of
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on negotiators’ interaction goals: an assessment of trust and distrust as two distinct
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whitening can become a much less prominent phenomenon.
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Running head: mINDFULNESS 1
Concept Analysis: Mindfulness
Ohio University DNP Program
The term “mindfulness” is used most often in the psychotherapy world of mental health and the treatment of mental health. It is used in the treatment of the “mind”. It means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens. ... When we practice mindfulness, our thoughts tune into what we're sensing in the present moment rather than rehashing the past or imagining the future (Zinn, 2018).
Psychotherapists use mindfulness to aide those seeking treatment with recovery from anxiety
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Corporate Social Responsibility Assignment C
Dr Akinseye Aluko
Paulo Ramos (17048308)
MSc. Business with International Management
University of Northumbria, Newcastle
Table of Contents
1 Introduction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
2 Corporate Governance-----------------------------------------------------------------------------3
3 Corporate Social Responsibility -----------------------------------------------------------------4
4 Sustainable Development--------------- ---------------------------------------------------------4
5 Triple Bottom
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-learning modules (ILM) impacted the students behaviour in a clinical setting. The focus of the study was to improve student’s collaborations with other staff members and ensure their work was always patient centred through the help of the ILM. The university of Newcastle presented these modules.
- The study used a pre-exiting questionnaire – ‘Readiness for interprofessional learning scale’ (RIPLS) using a five point scaling system. The scaling system was divided into four categories; sections 1-9 was based on collaboration and teamwork, section 10-12 recognizing negative professionals, section 12-19 recognize positive professionals and section 17-19 identifying ones roles and responsibility
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: place-based approaches to mental health and wellbeing in Anangu schools', The Australian journal of indigenous education, Vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 182-93.
Purdie, N., Dudgeon, P. & Walker, R. 2010, 'working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health and Wellbeing principles and practices,Commonwealth of Australia, Barton ACT, pp. 75-90.
Toombs, M. & Gorman, D. 2011, 'Mental health and indigenous university students', Aboriginal and Islander health worker journal, Vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 22-24.
Trueman, S. WT., Mills, J. & Usher, K. 2011, 'Racism and contemporary australian nursing', Aboriginal and Islander health worker journal, Vol. 35, no. 5, pp. 19-22.
Wilkinson, R. & Marmot, M. (eds) 2003, Social determinants of health: the solid facts, 2ndedn, World Health Organisation, Copenhagen, pp. 10-30.
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Cultivating healthful environments
Cultivating healthful environments
Cultivating Healthful Environments
Melissa Seiler CRRN, BSN
Chamberlain University School of Nursing
Cultivating Healthful Environments
Cultivating a healthful work environment starts with civility. Cultures of civility are grounded in respectful relationships, value of diversity, open and honest communication, equitable and fair treatment of others, mutual trust, and collaboration. Incivility is defined as showing discourteous behaviors or treatment to others. In the workplace, the stress of a hostile or volatile manager takes a toll on the employees. As well, a coworker, who constantly bullies other
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, they could encourage the use of reusable utensils, containers, and mugs, by implementing a policy across all outlets which benefits consumers if they do use such sustainable items, such as offering a reasonable discount on food purchases, or offering limited edition merchandise to customers who clock certain number of times of usage of recyclable items. In 2009, the National University of Singapore (NUS) has launched an initiative to encourage the usage of recyclable containers by offering a discount of 5% to all customers who bring their own containers (The Straits Times 2009). This actually successfully reduced the amount of takeaway packaging used by almost 50,000 (The Straits Times 2016
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RABINDRA BHARTI UNIVERSITY
18th century literature
ROLL NO: RAB/NAS/170140
REGISTRATION NO: 170214 OF 2017-2018
U.G SEMESTER: IV
Novelists in 18th Century
(a) Major Novelists
(b) Minor Novelists
Poets in 18th Century
(a) Major Poets
(b) Minor Poets
Prose writers in 18th Century
Essayists and Non-Fiction Prose writers in 18th Century
Dramatists and Playwrights in 18th Century
The period from 1660—when the English crown was restored as Charles II became king —to 1800 saw the vast transformation of
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Tahiti, premiul III – o excursie pentru 2 presoane pe litoralul românesc.
6.3. Relaţii publice
Pentru a contribui la sporirea prestigiului firmei pe piaţă, Blink a hotărât să sponsorizeze proba de costume de baie din cadrul concursului „Miss University 2005”, difuzat în direct pe postul de televiziune ProTv la o oră de maximă audienţă. De asemenea, în pauza publicitară prima reclamă ce va fi difuzată va fi cea a costumelor de baie marca Blink. La finalul concursului va avea loc şi tragerea la sorţi pentru desemnarea câştigătorilor tombolei Blink.
7.1. Extinderea teritorială a distribuţiei
Produsele firmei Blink sunt distribuite şi comercializate în magazine specializate (cu
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THE ECONOMIC FACTORS OF UNIVERSITY ACCESSIBILITY
The Economic factors of University Accessibility
Is university becoming less accessible to students in Canada?
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THE ECONOMIC FACTORS OF UNIVERSITY ACCESSIBILITY
The question: What economic factors affect university accessibility? Accessibility being
admissions/acceptance and participation, has been studied and reviewed in many articles. Studies
from all over Canada and other countries have been conducted to differentiate economic factors
between the cost and accessibility of a university degree. Does every teen in Canada have an
equal chance to receive financial aid? Economically speaking, financial aid
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University so far has been quite an extraordinary experience, three weeks in and you have lecturers who guide you, listen to you but especially build a relationship with you to get you to where you want to be in life. It’s more than just a collection of buildings and classrooms, it is a culturally rich society, where teachers, students and admins work together. Many students find difficulty to adapt to the university atmosphere, but in fact there are a lot of opportunities to get your head around life at university; three of which are; making friends, joining extracurricular activities and building relationships with your lecturers/seminar leaders.
First you have the lecturers
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October 25, 2018
Mental Wellness TND
My Mental Health
My reactions to the video are that it was pretty good. It displayed several circumstances of mental wellness that showed how strenuous college life can be. I really liked that they used actual testimony from real people instead of coming up with random examples of mental issues that wouldn’t be talked in therapy or a family setting. I really empathized with the guy that said his parents didn’t support him much when it came to deep conversations. At first, I felt that way as well. I believed that my parents didn’t understand me or that they just cared about me doing well in my classes and
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Student Advisory Board
Fall 2018 Meeting
Friday, September 14, 2018, 9:00am-4:00pm
University Library Room 1116, IUPUI Campus
Welcome & Introductions 9:00am – 9:30am
· Office of Completion and Student Success – Tim O’Malley
· Board Members – Name, Campus, Major, Year in School, and Favorite Phone App (or Computer Program)
· Overview of the day
Goals for the Day (You Start Leading the Direction) 9:30am – 10:00am
· Break up into smaller groups then bring back to the whole group
· You’ve been receiving emails from me for a couple weeks now, what did you hope this group would do?
· When you serve in any group, you have expectations for what will get done, how about this group?
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’, (New Haven, Yale University Press, 1958) p.20]
In the opening lines the speakers secluded state is introduced:
‘Because I oft, in dark abstracted guise
Seem most alone in greatest company’ (l.1-2)
Plosive and consonants ‘b’, ‘d’ and ‘g’ produce sudden bursts of air, which help to pace the poem and offer an immediately abrupt, uneasy tone. Sidney’s iambic meter allows stress to fall onto the words ‘dark’ and ‘guise’, which elicit attention to themselves and provide a disturbing insight into the speaker’s mind. Additionally, the juxtaposition of ‘most alone’ whilst in the ‘greatest company’ further suggests Astrophel’s hopelessness, something immediately recognised as a typical Petrarchan
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Running Head: HOMEWORK 1, CHAPTER 1 & 2
San Ignacio University
Strategic Management and Technology
Prof. Dr. Lemus
Discussion Questions Page 10
1. Why is innovation so important for firms to compete in many industries?
The increasing importance of innovation has been driven largely the globalization of markets and the advent pf advanced technologies that enable more rapid product design and allow shorter production runs to be economically feasible.
Today, in order for businesses to succeed, management must trust in the technologies.
2. What are some advantages of technological innovations? Disadvantages?
· Improve quality of life
· Create more
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How will you explore your intellectual and academic interests at the University of Pennsylvania?
Please answer this question given the specific undergraduate school to which you are applying.
The University of Pennsylvania has many amazing features that I can not wait to explore next
fall, but personally, the most appealing aspect is the astonishing culture that UPenn students and faculties
have carried on for more than 270 years. This astonishing culture and student life are what makes UPenn
a school with world-class education, hands-on clinical practices, community involvement, cultural
awareness, and its diversity. These features are why UPenn is my ideal college and my
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, and this is the critical value of virtue ethics and how it applies to practical questions.
But unlike consequentialism and deontology, the positive side of virtue ethics is the various considerations and the overlapping fields can be accepted. However, Journalist hacks one’s phone to get information for new stories is not one of this case, hence, it is morally wrong to do so.
Aristotle.(2009). The Nicomachean Ethics. 1st. United States: Oxford University Press. Pp.1-79
BBC News (2014). Phone-hacking trial explained. [Online]. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24894403 [Accessed: 19/11/2017]
Copp, David. (2007). The Oxford Handbook of Ethical Theory. 1st. United States
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Written Communications II
October 21, 2018
Standardized testing has been a part of American education since the 1800s, but the widespread reliance on standardized testing is largely a 20th-century phenomenon. For instance, the College Entrance Examination Board was established in 1902, the first examinations were administered around the country in nine subjects. This test was implemented with the idea of creating standardized admissions for the United States in northeastern elite universities. Standardized testing is an extremely common way of determining a student’s past academic achievement and future achievement
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affected by Domestic Violence. SHANARRI Framework advises that for a child to be healthy they need to be “able to spoke with the normal stresses of everyday life undue or persistent anxiety, depression, withdrawal or aggressions” (Scottish Government, 2015).
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Bronfenbrenner, U. (1979) The Ecology of Human Development, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.
Chandler, K. (2017) ‘Health’, in The Open University (ed) KE206 Children and Young People’s Wellbeing: Book 1, Milton Keynes, The Open University
Cooper, V. (2017) ‘Learning’, in The Open University (ed) KE206 Children and Young People’s Wellbeing: Book 2, Milton
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Running Head: DUAL RELATIONSHIPS
Position Paper on Dual Relationships
Dr. Green is a both a Psychologist and a Professor at Happy Hearts University. Ava was primarily her patient who Dr. Green started seeing after the death of both of Ava’a parents. Ava had an ongoing battle with depression, and Dr. Green was the sole person in Ava’s life who helped her get through everything. Ava began to look at Dr. Green as a “Surrogate” Mother, which was definitely an issue. Ava is also a student at Happy Hearts University, and she enrolled in Dr. Greens Introduction to Psychology class. Dr. Green was conflicted because she is not
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the 1,569 television shows or 4,010 movies in various languages. When I need assistance communicating with an individual that speaks a foreign language I use google translate. My work uses a translator service that allows me to interact with non-English speaking patients. In conclusion, the internet offers the entire collection of human knowledge at our fingertips and without globalization none of this would have been possible.
Ting-Toomey, S., & Chung, L. (2012). Understanding intercultural communication. New York: Oxford University Press.
Globalization. (2018). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globalization
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life by undertaking, filming and editing my holiday experiences. I have also photographed and filmed family celebrations, which have offered an outlet for exploring more aspects of practical filmmaking, although filming on a DSLR camera does provide its limitations. My university choices would let me gain access to a range of cinematic cameras similar to those used in the film industry; this excites me and will help craft my skills for the future.
My experiences of filmmaking throughout my Diploma have also led to me becoming involved with projects amongst friends and fellow students. I have undertaken a range of production roles, which have allowed me to gain experience of working as a
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Running head: SOCIAL STRATIFICATION MONOPOLY
SOCIAL STRATIFICATION MONOPOLY
Social Stratification Monopoly
Ferris State University
Social Stratification Monopoly
I was super excited to play Monopoly in class until I realized I was to be the second poorest in the social stratification triangle. This meant that I started with the second least amount of money and with no assets or property. When starting the game, if seemed unfair that some of us started with more money but I was still determined to make something happen with nothing. Although, my motivation to win the game was quickly diminished when I realized all the assets that the richest player got to start with
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Running Head: DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION
Description of Organization
Aaliyah Davis, Aaliyah Prince, Je’Cye Sloan, Diamond Mabson, Brishonda Holcombe
Alabama A&M University
Discuss the history of your organization.
The Dwelling Place is a growing family of 4 specialized programs delivering professional counseling, skills-building, training and prevention services to over 40 children and battered women each year in Essex and surrounding communities.
Founded 2013, in Huntsville Al, by: Diamond A Mabson, Aaliyah Davis, Aaliyah C Prince, Je’Cye Sloan, and Brishonda Holcombe. The Dwelling Place is a non-profit community based counseling and battered
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Hi My name is Akash Thakor and I am a senior at the university of Houston and I am studying to be a college professor. I interviewed Jimmy Smith for my informational interview. He is a sales manager and works for the company Scotts Miracle Gro. He works in Houston majority of the time. Our interview had to be over the phone because he was not in Houston at the moment. We were able to schedule a day to conversate on the phone. The primary job responsibilities that he told me were always that he had to be professional and had to be serious and straight forward with his employees. He had to make sure that his workers did an excellent job on merchandising and conditioning their products in the
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During this module I have enjoyed learning more about the divisions in our society and the way that the things we consume and activities we participate in can determine how others see us.
I am still struggling slightly with referencing and in particular secondary referencing which I have come across in writing this essay.
[endnoteRef:1] Allen, J., (2009) ‘One stop shopping: the power of supermarkets’ in Taylor, S., Hinchliffe, S., Clarke, J. and Bromley, S. (editors) Making social lives, p74. Milton Keynes, The Open University. [1: Hetherington, K. (2009) ‘Consumer society? Shopping, consumption and social science’ in Taylor, S., Hinchliffe, S., Clarke, J. And Bromley, S. Making social lives, p30, Milton Keynes, The Open University.]
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carefully we can clearly see that concepts of mathematics can be seen anywhere around us in the world including nature.
Siemon, D. A., Beswick, K., Brady, K., Clark, J., and Faragher, R. (2015). Teaching mathematics: Foundations to middle years (2nd ed.). South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press. Siemon, D. A., Beswick, K., Brady, K., Clark, J., and Faragher, R. (2015). Teaching mathematics: Foundations to middle years (2nd ed.). South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press.
Grimley, M. (2016). Week 2 - Numeracy vs mathematics (EDU10003 The World of Maths) [video file]. Retrieved from https://cdnapisec.kaltura.com/html5/html5lib/v2.42/mwEmbedFrame.php/p/691292/uiconf_id
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accomplished numerous goals in his lifetime. Despite being poor growing up, he attended Peabody College and the University of Nashville and then later law school at Vanderbilt University yet never graduated. In 1907, Bilbo won a seat in the Mississippi state senate. He was elected lieutenant governor in 1911 and then became governor of Mississippi in 1916 until 1920. He was elected again for governor, due to his tremendous accomplishments, from 1927 until 1932. Then, in 1934, Bilbo gained a seat in the U.S. Senate. He remained there for almost the rest of his life. He used this position to vocalize his disapproval of trying to improve racial injustice. He was a very outspoken racist yet did
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Neocolonialism and the World Bank: A Rancièrean Reading’. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies 12 (2): 143-174
Blaut, James M. 1993. The Colonizer's Model of the World: Geographical Diffusionism and Eurocentric History. New York: Guilford Press
Cohen, Don, and Bruno Laporte. 2004. ‘The Evolution of the Knowledge Bank’. Knowledge Management 7(6): 20-24.
Collins, Christopher .S. & Robert A. Rhoads. 2010. ‘The World Bank, Support for Universities, and Asymmetrical Power Relations in International Development’. High Education 59(2): 181-205
Doty, Roxanne. 1996. Imperial Encounters: The Politics of Representation in North-South Relations. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
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in any social system.
Born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1857, Ferdinand de Saussure was interested in languages early in his life. By age 15, he had learned Greek, French, German, English, and Latin, and at that age he also wrote an essay on languages .He began his education at the University of Geneva studying the natural sciences. He was there a year, and then convinced his parents to allow him to go to Leipzig in 1876 to study linguistics. Two years later at the age of 21, Saussure studied for a year in Berlin. He returned to Leipzig and was awarded his doctorate in 1880. Soon afterwards he relocated to Paris, where he would lecture on ancient and modern languages for eleven years
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Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, London: Penguin.
· Farwell, M. R. (1990). ‘Heterosexual Plots and Lesbian Subtexts: Towards a Theory of Lesbian Narrative Space’, in Karla Jay and Joanne Glasgow (eds.), Lesbian Texts and Contexts Radical Revisions. New York: New York University Press, 91-102.
· Fetterley, J. (1990). ‘My Ántonia, Jim Burden, and the Dilemma of the Lesbian Writer’, in Karla Jay and Joanne Glasgow (eds.), Lesbian Texts and Contexts Radical Revisions. New York: New York University Press,145-161.
· Jewett, S. O. (1911) Letters of Sarah Orne Jewett, ed. Annie Fields. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Company
· Benstock, S. (1990). ‘Expatriate Sapphic Modernism: Entering Literary History’, in Karla Jay and Joanne Glasgow (eds.), Lesbian Texts and Contexts Radical Revisions. New York: New York University Press, 183-203.
· Stein, G. (1990). ‘As a Wife Has a Cow: A Love Story’, in C. Van Vechten (eds), Selected Writings of Gertrude Stein. New York: Vintage, p. 543-545.
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2014-2016 Key Indicators
· Graduate High School
· Have a baby girl
· Started my first job at a fast food place
· Bought my fist car a 2015 Toyota Corolla
· Started community college (college of the sequoias)
· Completed 2 years in community college
· Transfer to Brandman University
· Working on my Bachelors in psychology
· My daughter started preschool
· Got my dream job at the prison.
· Malaysia Airlines Flight 30 disappears.
· Oil prices crashes
· Ebola strikes West Africa
· Robert Williams passes away.
· Prison escape in New York
· US presidency election
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of motel and hotel Rooms located within five miles of the inn. However, since this analysis used only one independent variable, management decided to conduct a multiple linear regression analysis using Rooms and three additional independent variables:
These four independent variables were:
x1 = Rooms = Number of motel and hotel rooms that were located within five miles of the inn (in thousands);
x2 = Miles = Number of miles that the inn was to the closest competing motel or hotel;
x3 = Office = Number of square feet (in thousands) of office space in the surrounding community;
x4= Enroll = College and university enrollment (in thousands) in the surrounding community.
The dependent variable
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that the attached assignment is my own work and that any material drawn from other sources has been
acknowledged. This work has not previously been submitted for assessment in any other unit or course.
Copyright in assignments remains my property. I grant permission to the University to make copies of assignments
for assessment, review and/or record keeping purposes. I note that the University reserves the right to check my
assignment for plagiarism. Should the reproduction of all or part of an assignment be required by the University for
any purpose other than those mentioned above, appropriate authorisation will be sought from me on the relevant
If handing in an
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1Running head: TOWARDS A PSYCHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE 1
Towards a Psychology Perspective
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: My chosen field of study
The area of psychology that I am interested in is Clinical Psychology. Clinical Psychology focuses on diagnosing and treating mental and behavioral disorders. As a Clinical Psychologist, I could be involved in various activities like: Conducting research, help clients define goals, and help them to execute them, develop and implement treatment plans, meet with clients regularly to monitor progress, and identify and diagnose mental, behavioral, and intellectual
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Google training 9
Angel D Alexander
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Google Inc has promoted its corporate mission of ‘to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.’ Google Inc seeks to empower individuals by providing its customers with the right products or services at the right time and by encouraging its employees to be innovative and productive.
At Google, being you is a job requirement. The more an employee can be themselves the more they can bring to the table. This helps brings intellectual and diverse perspectives help drive their policies, there and work environment. The amazing diversity of
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Running head: DISCUSSION BOARD 3
DISCUSSION BOARD 3
Discussion Board 2
Professor Hemric / BUSI 330
April 3, 2019
This discussion explores Amazon by describing how their online marketing strategy has impacted conventional retail stores. The advantages and disadvantages of online retailers compared to brick and mortar department stores include factors such as product selection, available services, and the amount of time it takes to have a product in hand. The advantages that online retailers provide has led conventional retailers to implement similar strategies to attract consumers, some of which include curbside pick-up and free shipping. Even
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in surrounding yourself with happiness and to pursuit every action in life that promotes the greatest amount of happiness. Although it has both positives and negatives to it, the principles and rules Mill’s built can still be applied to a modern-day society.
Works Cited Page
1. John Stuart Mill. “Utilitarianism Refined.” The Moral Life, 6th ed., Oxford University Press, 2018, (pp. 205-209).
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International Business: Second Module, Digital IT
To: Professor Larry Little
From: Chiedza Manhungira
TABLE OF CONTENT
BUSINESSES IN THE SECTOR…………………………………………………………..........7
Computer System Analyst……………………………………………………………….9
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Running head: HEALTHY PEOPLE 2020 COMMUNICATION PROJECT
HEALTHY PEOPLE 2020 COMMUNICATION PROJECT 4
Healthy People 2020 Assessment & Diagnosis
Healthy People 2020 Topic
The Healthy People 2020 topic we chose is Health Communication and Health Information Technology.
Healthy People 2020 Objective
The specific Healthy People 2020 objective we chose to focus on is to improve the health literacy of the population.
The target population for this Healthy People 2020 objective is non-native English speakers.
Health literacy is the capability of achieving necessary health information and services and a person’s understanding of them. This includes