PROMPT: Some states have now made it illegal to drive while using a hand-held cell phone. Do you agree or disagree with this law? Why or why not? Take a position on the issue. Support your response with reasons and examples. Is it really that important to check your cell phone while driving? Many drivers today use their cell phones while driving and see it as a harmless act. Cell phones are now not only a form of communication, but also a distraction and dangerous item. People think that checkin
Units,Dimentions, Measures and calabration. CHEMTUTOR Measurement is the most useful form of description in science. Often the most useful measurements are those that have a number and a unit, such as ‘12.7 inches.' Here '12.7' is the number and 'inches' is the unit. This unit of inches in the example is one of the common units in the dimension of length. A number, then, is an expression in numerals. A unit is a recognized way to divide the essence of a dimension for measurement, and a dimension
The Asian Tigers The “Asian Tigers” arrival into the world economy has been extraordinary. Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand have experienced dramatic changes over the past 20 years. Their economies have fundamentally changed from traditional agriculturally based societies to rapidly growing newly industrialized nations. Their incredible rates of growth were accompanied by significant structural changes. While most of the change has been positive, from time to
Scholarly Journal Articles about the Asian Tiger Economies: Authors, Journals, and Research Fields, 1986-2001 By Trinity University San Antonio, TX 78212 and Trinity University San Antonio, TX 78212 May 2002 Scholarly Journal Articles about the Asian Tiger Economies: Authors, Journals, and Research Fields, 1986-2001 I. Introduction. The “Asian Tigers” arrival into the world economy has been extraordinary. Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand have experienced dram
Hinduism Paper HUM/130 Hinduism Paper “The spiritual expressions of Hinduism range from extreme asceticism to extreme sensuality, from the heights of personal devotion to a deity to the heights of abstract philosophy, from metaphysical proclamations of the oneness behind the material world to worship of images representing a multiplicity of deities”(Fisher, 2005, pg. 71) .While Hinduism lacks a uniting belief system, one belief held by almost all variations of Indian religion is an openness and
Prof Lauren Conj Comm 301 15 November 2015 Fifty years ago today, Ted Kennedy began changing the face of the United States by ushering the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act through Congress. That legislation resulted in the fundamental transformation of the demographic, economic, social, and political landscape of nation, exactly the opposite of what its supporters promised. The Kennedy immigration law abolished the national origins quota system, which had favored immigrants from nations wit
Prof Lauren Conj Comm 301 15 November 2015 In the USA Bill of Rights refers to the document defining fundamental rights of people and which were incorporated in toe US constitution by the first ten amendments to the Constitution that came into effect in 1791. And the Fourteenth amendment, adopted in 1868, provides, among other things, a broad definition of citizenship, which ensured that the blacks are also considered citizens of the USA. It also expressly prohibits states form enacting any law
Business Organization CheckPoint BUS/210 February 27, 2014 Business Organization CheckPoint Valeria Wallace opens her own restaurant called Valeria’s Cuisine. To raise the $150,000 in capital she needs, Valeria chooses to form a joint-stock company in which she sells stock to Tom Parker, Bill Carpenter, and Susan Moore. Each investor contributes $50,000 and will share 60% of this venture with Valeria retaining 40%. Since this is a joint-stock company, all will be personally liable if the busine
Various drugs can interact with alcohol, along these lines conforming the absorption framework or effects of alcohol and/or the medicine. Some of these interactions can happen even at moderate drinking levels and result in hostile wellbeing effects for the customer. Two sorts of alcohol-medicine interactions exist: (1) pharmacokinetic interactions, in which alcohol interferes with the assimilation arrangement of the medication, and (2) pharmacodynamic interactions, in which alcohol enhances the
Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham was her full name. She was born October 26, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois. She is the daughter of Dorothy and Hugh Rodham. She has two younger brothers, Hugh Jr. and Anthony. Hillary enjoyed participating in school activities such as softball, swimming and other sports. She also loved going to church. Hillary went to a high school with no name. She then redistricted into Maine South High for her senior year. After she graduated from Maine South High, she went to
Thesis: Security cameras are one of the most reliable sources of evidence. The only privacy violation that could occour would make the person controlling the camera footage liable. I. Why Security Cameras are not a security violation? • Valid evidence when in court of law • People feel monitored so they watch thier actions preventing them from making bad decisions • Owners of the cameras can monitor what people are doing which can show them flaws in the building II. How to prevent Security issu
Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues LAW/421 August 31, 2015 Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues The U.S. based Pharmaceutical Company CadMex and Candore based company Gentura are entering into an international partnership with each other in this simulation. Cadmex will lend its resources to Gentura in order to expand the company’s global reach and capital. What are the issues involved in resolving legal disputes in international transactions? Candore is a small dicta
Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight first founded Nike Inc. in 1964 as “Blue Ribbon Sports.” In 1971, it was re-named “Nike” after the Greek winged goddess of victory, strength, speed, glory, and fame. The Nike “swoosh” is meant to represent the wings of the goddess Nike, as she was often depicted in mythology with. The iconic swoosh was created by Caroline Davidson, an advertising student at Portland University. She was a freelancer asked to design a graphic logo that could fit on the side of a shoe
109 Introduction Hiring and then deploying people to positions where they can perform effectively is a goal of most organizations, whether domestic or international. Recruitment is defined as searching for and obtaining potential job candidates in sufficient numbers and quality so that the organization can select the most appropriate people to fill its job needs. Selection is the process of gathering information for the purposes of evaluating and deciding who should be employed in particular job
Human rights – what do I need to know? Human rights – what do I need to know? 1 1 What are my human rights? 3 1.1 Where do human rights come from? 3 1.2 Where are my human rights written down? 3 1.3 How do countries agree to protect human rights? 4 1.4 Which human rights treaties has Australia agreed to? 4 1.5 Who is responsible for making sure that my rights are respected? 5 1.6 Who can I complain to if I think my human rights have been breached? 6 (a) The Australian Human Rights Commission 6 (
IF YOU DONT WANNA READ/PRINT ALL THESE PAGES I MADE A QUICK STUDY GUIDE: Chapter 36 WW2 begins with Japan invading China 1. Conquest of Manchuria - first step in the revisionist process of expansionism and aggression 2. Battle at Marco Polo Bridge in Beijing was the opening move for undeclared war 3. Took over Shanghai and Nanjing Ë Nanjing was the capital Rape of Nanjing 1. Residents became victims
Chapter 28: Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World 1. ) Ancien Régime - Ï was the old order in France that revolutionary leaders wanted to replace Ï This was the order of: Ë The 1st estate = clergy Ë The 2nd estate = the nobility Ë The 3rd estate = merchants, artisans, and peasants Ë Beorgiouse class (merchants, artisans, and professionals) 2. ) John Locke - Ï wrote the Second Treatise of Civil Government Ï Believed: Ë governments were a result of a social contract between the rul
What is the argument for God’s existence from the principle of “cause and effect”? The greater the effect, the greater the cause. Universe is complex, and so must the cause -which has the capability of making something out of nothing. It is someone not something. We call the intelligent powerful creator God who is the cause of the living and the inanimate. But who caused God? Its an never ending chain, so assume that someone has no cause but is the ultimate cause of all, living and inanimate. Ul
Culture is the collective sum of "knowledge experience, beliefs, values, attitudes, meanings, hierarchies, religion, notions of time, roles, spatial relations, concepts of the universe, and material objects and possessions" learned by a specific group of people, well-defined by everything from "language, religion, cuisine, habits, music and arts." It is a "learned behavior" and is "socially transmitted," or more briefly, behavior through "social learning." It can also be defined as a "way of li
2014-03-18 Moment of peace Gregorian The statistician David J. Hand on eerie coincidence and playing the lottery (your latest book, "The Improbability principle," aims to prove that extremely improbable events are in fact commonplace. Can you explain that a bit?) Things like roulette wheels coming up in strange configurations or the same lottery numbers hitting two weeks in a row are clearly very rare events, but if you look at the number of lotteries and the number of roulette wheels, then you
A danger to public health and welfare In what could be a historic moment in the struggle against climate change, the environmental protection agency on Friday confirmed what most people have long suspected but had never been declared as a matter of federal law’s carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases constitute a danger to public health and welfare. The formal “endangerment finding” names carbon dioxide and five other heat trapping gases as pollutants subject to regulation under the federal c
Arguments against Euthanasia The Slippery Slope • Many people worry that if voluntary euthanasia were to become legal, it would not be long before involuntary euthanasia would start to happen. • This is called the slippery slope argument. In general form it says that if we allow something relatively harmless today, we may start a trend that results in something currently unthinkable becoming accepted. • If we change the law and accept voluntary euthanasia, we will not be able to keep it under co
Business Law Case Studies Student’s Name University Question one The answer to this question is that the promissory note was concluded to be an order to pay. Discussion Mrs. McGuire entered into a purchase and sale agreement for “Becca’s Boutique” utilizing a standard real estate purchase and sale form on August 17, 1979 with the help from colleagues in her real estate office. Mrs. McGuire and her husband promised to pay buy the boutique store for $75,000. At first they paid a down payment of $
Ex.8 p.20 1) English protestants was the first European settlers, which arrived, searching for religion’s freedom. They introduced to the region distinctive political format – the town meeting in which citizens gathered to discuss issues of the day. Only men of property could vote. Thanks to this, settlers of the New England gained an important political experience. They early realized , that cultivation of the large tracts of land, as was taken in the south, is more difficult in this region. To
THEODORE KIRK STOP TEACHING OUR KIDS TO KILL By: Dave Grossman Dave Grossman is an American author who has specialized in the study of the psychology of killing, which has been termed “Killology”. He is a retired lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army. Biography: Grossman was born in Frankfurt, West Germany. His career includes service in the U.S. Army as a sergeant in the 82nd Airborne Division, a platoon leader in the 9th Infantry Division, a general staff officer, a company commander in
Organizational Ethics ETH/316 Organizational Ethics The purpose of this paper is to discuss the findings from the research conducted on the U. S. Postal Service. This paper will discuss the ethical principles and how they can address organizational issues as well as the roles that external social pressure have in influencing ethics, how these issues might be relevant to organizational and personal decisions, and lastly discuss the relationship is between legal and ethical issues of the USPS. H
Differentiating Between Market Structures Table and Paper February 2, 2012 In this executive summary, we will look at the differentiating between market structures. We will start by comparing and contrasting public goods, private goods common resources, and natural monopolies. How labor market equilibrium is affected by the supply and demand of labor. Looking at different market structure and the effectiveness of the structure for an organization Competition, Oligopoly, Monopolistic and Monopol
Simranjit Kaur 214493498 Andrew Costa Tutorial 08 Article Assignment: Transgression into ‘Hidden’ Feminism: Immigrant Muslim Woman from India Shweta Singh In the article “Transgression into ‘Hidden’ Feminism: Immigrant Muslim Woman from India”, Shweta Singh discusses her argument on “hidden” feminism. According to Singh (2012), “transition into immigrant hood has the potential to be a space for transgression into ‘hidden’ feminism for women” (p. 123). Singh argues that immigration of Indians int
Using System Dynamics to analyse the Economic Impact of Tourism Multipliers Abstract The importance of tourism for economic development is widely recognised . This is reflected in the great interest shown by governments by promoting foreign direct investment and freeing both public and private sector projects. Most tourism studies concentrate on analysing the economic and social effects of tourism. The impact of the multiplier has been studied widely using traditional econometric techniques. Th
Macroeconomics Test 2 Review CHAPTER 7 • GDP (Gross Domestic Product): Aggregate output as the dollar value of all final goods and services produced within the boarders of a country during a specific period of time • Expenditures Approach: The method that adds all expenditures for all final goods and final services to measure the GDP • GDP= C + Ig + G + Xn o Personal Consumption Expenditures (C): Covers all expenditures by households on goods and services o Gross Private Domestic Investment (Ig)
Legislative Brief The Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill, 2013 The Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill, 2013 was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on August 19, 2013. It was referred to the Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice on August 23, 2013. The Committee submitted its Report on February 6, 2014. Recent Briefs: The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013 June 10, 2014 The Civil Aviation Authority of India Bill, 2013 March 29, 2014 Prianka
Research Dissertation On ROLE OF ELECTION COMMISSION IN ENSURING FREE AND FAIR ELECTION AND DETERRENCE OF DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF CASTE AND RELIGION Submitted to: Amity Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (AIALS), Amity University Uttar Pradesh IN PART FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS (LLM) Submitted by: 2014-2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents Page No. 1. Chapter-1 Introduction • Outline of role of election commission in ensuring free and fair election • Theory of
DELAYED EXECUTION AND ITS FORBEARANCE UNDER ARTICLE 21 The AFP recently examined the time an inmate spends on death row between sentencing and execution and questioned if inmates are being punished twice with long-term imprisonment and execution. They found an average inmate spends 13 years on death row, with some spending 30 years or more. Craig Haney, professor of psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz and expert on prisoners held in isolation, said, "People on death row live
A Detailed Research on Corruption in India What is corruption? Corruption is a form of dishonest or unethical conduct by a person entrusted with a position of authority, often to acquire personal benefit. [1] Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement, though it may also involve practices that are legal in many countries. [2] Government, or \'political\', corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for persona
Arbitration and Conciliation (amendment)Act 2015 Key Provisions of Bill • Mandatory for arbitrators to settle disputes within 12 months. This period can be extended by 6 months only by a court on sufficient cause. • Cut the fees of arbitrators if the court finds that the delay has been caused due to arbitrators. • Rewarding arbitrators with extra fees in case the matter is disposed of within 6 months and the parties agree to pay more. • Empower arbitration tribunals to grant all kinds of interim
Sexual Harassment against women at the Workplaces After a long battle of almost 16 years after the verdict of Supreme Court in Vishaka v. State of Rajasthan, in 1997, India finally enacted the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 (hereinafter referred to as the \'Act\') for prevention of sexual harassment against women at the workplaces. Sexual harassment in workplace includes unwelcome verbal, visual or physical conduct of a sexual nature tha
Madeline Stickler January 29, 2016 Religion 1350-Christian Heritage Professor Ryan Reading Response #2: Athanasius of Alexandria Thesis: Saint Athanasius, theologian, ecclesiastical statesman, and Egyptian national leader, was the chief defender of Christian orthodoxy in the 4th-century battle against Arianism. Athanasius attended the Council of Nicaea and shortly thereafter became bishop of Alexandria. For the rest of his life he was engaged in theological and political struggles with the Empe
The Ideal Government through the View of Political Philosophers Taylor McCauslin Jonathon Kreger November 25, 2015 Columbus State Community College Abstract The objective herein is to examine the ideal government through the view of three political philosophers, namely James Harrington, John Stuart Mill, and Thomas Aquinas. In their analysis of the most important elements for an ideal government, all three philosophers agree that issues related to the economy, tax, demographic representatives,
Paraphrasing Exercise Directions: On a separate piece of paper, write a paraphrase of each of the following passages. Feel free to read each passage a couple times. Try not to look back at the original passage. 1. The Antarctic is the vast source of cold on our planet, just as the sun is the source of our heat, and it exerts tremendous control on our climate, [Jacques] Cousteau told the camera. The cold ocean water around Antarctica flows north to mix with warmer water from the tropics, and its
1. A goal is a future expectation or desired future state. Goals are in important role of every organization. Organizations are trying to achieve goals. Activities of organizations are formed due to goals. Therefore, goals are influences on motivation. Moreover, goals are translated in objectives and policies. Objectives can be defined as ‘what’ and policies as ‘how, when, and where.’ Objectives are a part of a goal and more specific than goal. They are potential to get goals. In fact, objective
Chapter 2 The Employment Law Toolkit: Resources for Understanding the Law and Recurring Legal Concepts Notes: Guide to Reading Cases (43): - Stare Decisis and Precedent: o Once a judge renders a decision in a case it is followed in that jurisdiction – the case thus becomes precedent for future cases involving that issue o Federal Courts consist of trial courts (US District Court for a particular district), courts of speak (US Circuit Court), and the US Supreme Court § Supreme Court decisions app
The Lightweight Reflective Jacket By UNIQLO Europe Ltd. 7th December 2015 3242 words Table of Content Pages i. Executive Summary.……………………………………………… 3 ii. Introduction.………………………………………………………. 4 iii. Organization Background.………………………………………… 5 iv. Environmental Analysis.………………………………………...... a. PESTLE Analysis…………………………………………. 8 b. SWOT Analysis…………………………………………… 10 v. Marketing Objective……………………………………………..... 12 vi. Marketing Strategy (STP).………………………………………… 13 vii. Marketing Mix.…………………………………………………
Anthony Moreno RES/351 Stages of the Research Process Instructor: Said Nik-khah October 19th, 2015 Stages of the Research Process This week\'s assignment is to research peer-reviewed articles in our schools library. The topic I chose to find these articles is guns since my learning team is also doing the same topic. I will attempt to state the purpose of the business research, determine the research questions & hypotheses, and identify the dependent & independent variables being manipulated to
Cristal Williams, Anthony Moreno, Alex Adkins, Kelvin Burford, Rocio Terry RES/351 Preparing to Conduct Business Research Instructor: Said Nik-khah October 12, 2015 Schools Safety This paper will describe the selected issue of School Safety. There comes a time in everyone\'s life where they have heard of, dealt with, or come in contact with the issue of School Safety. In recent events, school safety is questioned because of gun violence. There have been many school shootings that put school saf
University of Phoenix Material Employee Rights in the Workplace Worksheet Complete each section below. Be sure to cite your sources when necessary (including all uses of the textbook). 1. Laws affecting employee rights Identify three laws that affect employee rights. Include a description and the impact each has on a Human Resource Manager. Law Description Impact it has on HRM Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Establishes the amount of the federal minimum wage, which is revised on a periodic basis
There is a lot of misunderstanding about the principle of proportionality. It has to do with minimizing civilian casualties and damage to civilian property; it has nothing to do with equality of arms, nor with comparing the number of casualties on each side. 2 In other words, known broadly, as “the principle that when attacking military objectives belligerents must make sure that any collateral damage to civilians is not out of proportion to the military. The principle of proportionality has als
Before the raft of property legislation brought into force in 1926 all land was unregistered and title to the land had to be deduced from the deeds and documents and from inspection of the land. The Land Registration Act 1925 was introduced in order to simplify conveyancing and show a mirror of the title to a purchaser in one single document called a Title Information Document. The LRA 1925 has now been repealed and replaced by the LRA 2002. LRA 2002 is designed to further simplify the process o
Introduction In British, the phrase ‘the burden of proof’ has two meanings. Firstly, the risk of not persuading the jury and second the duty of going forward with the evidence to satisfy the judge. The presumption of innocence is the fundamental rule is criminal cases in which means the defendant is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty. There are in fact two different types of burden recognized by the law. These burdens are commonly known as legal burden and evidential burdens . A legal b
Nemo judex in re sua is both an ancient and fundamental principle of English law. A judge is disqualified from determining any case in which he or she may be, or may fairly be suspected to be, biased. The word ‘bias’ comes from the tendency of a bowl to turn in one direction of another. It thus means simply an improper predisposition of a judge to decide in one way or another. But if the fundamental nature of the rule is well recognised, its application and reach is less clear. The law is set ab
The Future of an Illusion Constance Penley Preface “...And is it not the case that in our civilisation the relations between the sexes are disturbed by an erotic illusion or a number of such illusions?” [Sigmund Freud, The Future of an Illusion, 34] -debates about representation and sexual difference -the place of woman in classical Hollywood cinema “...they are at least symptomatic of a certain kind of theoretical approach- feminist and psychoanalytic- to the work on women and media that began