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Alarm Clock Will Break Term Paper

… However, it is important to remember how difficult it is to collect evidence in a careful and systematic way: We all certainly remember what happened at the O.J. Simpson trial, another high-stakes trial and one in which the police had far better forensic tools at their disposal.

Another one of the important strengths of this book is that Weisberg does not speculate about who the killer or killers of Kennedy might have been: He does not find evidence that points to any particular person, people, or group and he very wisely forebears from stretching the evidence that he does find to wring a name out of thing air. Had he done so, he would certainly have undermined much of the rest of the argument in…. [read more]


New Trucking Hours of Service Rule Research Paper

… ¶ … new trucking hours of service rule will take effect in the United States that will have important implications for over-the-road trucking companies and their professional drivers. To gain some fresh insights into these implications, the purpose of this paper was to use the three value system comprised of law, morality, and social responsibility in the application of different ethical principles in the analysis of the response by Swift Transportation and Werner Enterprise to the new hours of service rule. To this end, the paper presents a review of the relevant peer-reviewed, scholarly, governmental and organizational literature in these areas, followed by a summary of the research, important findings, personal opinions and recommendations in the paper's conclusion.

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Organization Structure ROWE Model Essay

… The new structure therefore matches the strategy that has been set up by the Best Buy team since there has been a significant drop in the employee turnover as well as a significant performance increase among the people who use the clockless model within Best Buy.

The effect of this new structure on the span of control is such that the control of the employee way of doing business for the company is highly controlled by them and not by the managers or supervisors of the company. The concept is that the employee has a significant number of hours per day to himself and he is to manage that time to ensure he is adequately taking care of the company interest apart from doing his…. [read more]


Sleeping We All Need Term Paper

… I probably expend so much energy during the day that like a cat, I need fourteen hours of rest. On the other hand, my friend can't and won't take a nap: she claims that they make her groggy. I tell her that she should just take longer naps. Daytime snoozes leave me feeling revitalized and refreshed, ready to take on any challenge. Without them, I can get cranky and irritable and my brain doesn't function at its normal capacity. On hot sunny days, I love taking naps outside, under a tree on the quad. When my friend and I study together on the grass, she inevitably gets more reading done because I end up dozing off and on.

When the alarm goes off in the…. [read more]


Police Dept. Proposal for City Research Paper

… Provides assistance in preparing annual department budget proposal as well as preparing resolutions to authorize special purchases and is responsible for recommending all purchases, equipment replacement, and overtime associated with shift or unit operations.

Police Sergeant

Responsibilities include observing, supervising and instructing subordinate officers and responding to major incidents and incidents that are in process. Supervises and is a participant in general patrol, traffic operations, and investigation or special duties. Recommends training programs and develops subordinate personnel; conducts periodic inspections of subordinates, and police vehicles and equipment; maintains disciplinary control of subordinates. May appear before citizens and community groups to explain and demonstrate Police Department policies, procedures and methods in order to cultivate favorable public relations.

Police Officer

Police Officers patrol designated areas in cars…. [read more]


Best Man Speech Term Paper

… ¶ … Man Speech

Well, I don't know, I thought that since I was the better looking one that I might get married first, but that's the way it goes, huh? Age before beauty, they always say! But seriously, Shawn used to whoop my ass at soccer! Chrissie, be careful. Once in a while I stole the ball from him and scored, but otherwise he completely humiliated me. Chrissie, feed him well, let him watch football as much as he wants, let him get nice and plump so I finally kick his butt!

Running around playing tag when we were young, I guess we were about even -- what he had in experience I made up for in youth. Three years difference seemed like a…. [read more]


Oppressed Edible Woman Essay

… The shift to third person in the middle part of the story is a stylistic way for Atwood to convey Marian's feelings that she has become swallowed up by the expectations of others and of society. Marian feels objectified as though she was a possession or a thing that is known by the fact that it is "engaged." The most unsettling aspect of Marian's transformation is that it comes on the heels of her acquiescence to a socially approved role -- a woman engaged to be married is, by Marian's definition, a "sensible girl." But Marian's behavior and her methods of coping are not sensible. In fact, as Marian moves to the brink of insanity, her behavior becomes more bizarre and she is increasingly confused…. [read more]


Lasik Surgery Imagine Being Able to See Essay

… LASIK Surgery

Imagine being able to see your alarm clock clearly when you wake up in the morning. For patients with myopia, or nearsightedness, this idea is a dream, not the reality. To see the world around them they are dependent upon glasses or contacts -- sometimes multiple pairs if they struggle with seeing things close up as well as far away.

Or rather, this idea was a dream until the development of LASIK surgery, a revolution just as remarkable in the eyes of many as the development of bifocals. For some patients, the surgery has been described as life-changing because of the way it freed them from having to carry their contact lens cases on long business trips or worrying about contacts and glasses…. [read more]


Crime Scene Project Research Paper

… Crime Scene Analysis

Introduction- There is always missing information when analyzing a crime scene. The detective's task is thus to piece together the appropriate clues to find the most likely scenario with the data at hand, then attempt to validate that data based on further investigation. In our crime scene case we have the murder of a lawyer; we will call him Mr. Tort, Mr. T. For short. By all accounts, Mr. T. is a kind, upstanding citizen with no overt negativity in his life. He was married and had a small child. The crime took place while his office assistant was away on vacation, and sometime around 630 pm based on a clock being unplugged while certain effects were ransacked from the office. Mr.…. [read more]


Business Plan for Sleep Lab Business Plan

… Business Plan for a Sleep Lab

National Institutes of Health - National Center on Sleep

Disorders Research

Necessity of Sleep Reviewed

Sleep Industry

Types of Sleep Lab Business Structures

Mission Statement

Keys to Success

Market Analysis

Equipment

Supplies

Technicians

Business Plan for a Sleep Lab

National Institutes of Health - National Center on Sleep Disorders Research

According to the National Institutes of Health 2007 Fact Book the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research (NCSDR) "...plans, directs, and supports basic, clinical, and applied research, health education, and training in sleep and sleep disorders. It oversees developments in its program areas; assesses the national needs for research on causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sleep disorders and sleepiness; and coordinates sleep research activities across several Federal Government…. [read more]


Formal Human Resource Development Internal Proposal Corporate Writing

… ¶ … HRD Report

Transmittal Memo

Biographical Sketch of Employees

Glossary

Figure 1 Employees Hired from Inside and Outside the Firm

Table 1 Employee Complaints as a function of Employee Biography and Complaint Type

Figure 2 Historical Established Worker Retention Rates

This report has been prepared to address the issue of established employee[footnoteRef:1] retention subsequent to an alarming number of such employees seeking termination in the past month. The findings of this research are that established employees do not believe that employees newly-hired during the recent hiring cycle meet the standards that were established by the company when they were hired. This has led to a decrease in the number of employees qualified to fill certain positions which require experienced employees, and it has diminished…. [read more]


Fire Safety in Schools Past and Present Term Paper

… Fire Safety in Schools, Past and Present

The purpose of this paper is to show the importance of strategic planning in any business, but most importantly in the prevention of fires in schools. The paper begins by discussing the values that are important to a school when it comes to fire safety, and then moves into why planning is so critical and can help save lives and property. Not only are standards and mandates discussed, but also the process of developing a mission and a vision for the business and creating a philosophy under which said business will operate.

The paper then moves into community threats and strategic issues and discusses how to create the ideal plans to protect children both now and in the…. [read more]


Delineates a Hypothetical Disaster Plan Essay

… With my EMT background, I don't anticipate any difficulties getting these prescriptions -- my physician has always been thoughtful and responsive in this regard. Further, any medications needed to maintain the health of myself and my family members will be included in the first aid kit. These medications require vigilant storage and renewal considerations.

(4) Radios for tracking the progress of threats and to hear warnings about travel and the like. I will keep two types of radios in the kit: A wind-up radio that does not require batteries and a battery-operated AM/FM radio with better air-wave reach. Flashlights of various sizes and types -- both those that use batteries and those that are solar-powered or wind-up powered. Extra batteries of all necessary sizes will…. [read more]


Existential Analysis of a Man Named Ziegler by Herman Hesse Thesis

… Existential analysis of a Man Named Ziegler by Hermann Hesse

An existential analysis is essentially and inquiry or interrogation of the meaning of human existence. It is in effect a confrontation with the world around us in a deeply questioning and honest way. Existential analysis can also be very disconcerting as its aim is to penetrate the pretences, conventions and ideologies that hide true reality. In the process of searching for meaning one encounters 'existential anxiety' in that one becomes aware that the life that one has been living and the way that one perceives the world is false.

Related to the above is the theme of authentic vs. inauthentic existence and the absurdity of existence. Facing up to reality can be extremely difficult. One…. [read more]


Religion Entered the 18th Century Research Paper

… She had printed in Philadelphia a pamphlet of twenty-four pages entitled "The Life and Religious Experience of Jarena Lee, a Colored Lady, Giving an Account of Her Call to Preach the Gospel" to let others know of her work and her mission. She also kept a journal while traveling which would later be transformed into her autobiography.The expanded version appeared in 1894 as: Religious Experience and Journal of Mrs. Jarena Lee, Giving an Account of Her Call to Preach the Gospel. To meet travel expenses and room and board, she sold her book at church meetings and while she was on the road.

The book was met with some controversy since the book questioned sexism in the church. It was also controversial due to the…. [read more]


Censorship in Music Term Paper

… The Spanish-born Pablo Casals (1876-1973), who enjoyed a spectacular international career as a violin and cello virtuoso and conductor, was considered to be one of the finest musicians of his day. However, he had a rather harsh assessment of rock and roll in the early 1960s, one that should be viewed through the filter of a person whose life was devoted to European fine-art music.

You want to know what I think of that abomination, rock 'n' roll? I think it is a disgrace. Poison put to sound! When I hear it I feel very sad not only for music but for the people who are addicted to it. I am also very sorry for America-- that such a great country should have nothing better…. [read more]


Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street Gangs: Threat to National Security? Thesis

… ¶ … predominantly Latino Gangs, Mara Salvatrucha (aka MS-13), and the 18th Street Gang operating on the streets of communities across America. This study is significant because it will provide a snapshot in time concerning how these violent gangs operate in this country in ways that can inform and alert both civilian society and government agencies concerning optimal responses to the problem created by these gangs. Through a quantitative and qualitative analysis of documentary evidence and governmental statistics about the Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street Gang, this study developed several conclusive findings on the negative effects of these groups in the United States. The Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street Gang are becoming transnational criminal organizations given the fact that they originated in Central America and…. [read more]


1906 San Francisco Earthquake Creative Writing

… the 1906 SF Earthquake

I was in a deep sleep on the morning of April 18, 1906 when the foreshock hit San Francisco, but it roused me quickly. It was a kind of trembling, shaking, and it came then stopped. By the way, teenagers usually get to bed later and get up later than adults, and I was a teenage girl in San Francisco when that terrible tragedy struck out city. At a few minutes after five a.m., I think maybe it was more like 10 after or 12 after five because I glanced at my wind-up alarm clock for a second and it was blurred. Then about half a minute later, the big earthquake hit and it roared loudly, shook violently, up and down…. [read more]


Yangpin's Noodle Term Paper

… Yangpin's Noodle

I am the Consultant hired by the person to take the key decision of the case. Here in this paper I shall present the key issues, list of alternatives available, the analysis of the alternatives, and the recommendations provided.

Key Issues:

Lack or absence of clear-cut identity as well as positioning of the Chinese-American restaurant regarding what its name should be so that it could inspire a suitable level of confidence among the potential clients. (2) Absence of a unique product quality which reveals any particular factor as to why customers must ought to visit the restaurant. Besides, there is a lack of competitive advantage of the Chinese-American restaurant through using market differentiators. These market differentiators could be (i) some particular methods to…. [read more]


Dream Content as Therapy: Ego vs. Repression Dissertation

… For example: a parent has repeating nightmares, and the child "dreams his dreams " because the child is in a psychic resonance with the parent. The child's dreams end when the parent's does. Four, it might be a repetition of a past traumatic event in current lifetime. For example: a person might dream of a recent rape, a childhood assault or a wartime battle. This type of nightmare is so deeply etched in the psyche that it can require heavy use of behavioral dream-work techniques to modify the content and emotional intensity.



A fifth factor could be that the dream is a depiction of a past or probable life. For example: a client might dream the last events prior to a violent…. [read more]


Military Employee Stress Thesis

… Military Employee Stress

The objective of this work is to compare, contrast and synthesize and evaluate the principles of societal development including an evaluation of the workplace and resulting family stress. In order to understand the effects of how societal development in the workplace has affected the family unit, an evaluation of the workplace and resulting family stress will be conducted. Additionally, this work will compare, contrast and evaluate the work of Weber, Durkheim, Spencer and Marx, the four social theorists upon whose work this study will be based and upon which the integration of current information meaning included in scholarly journals written by experts on family dynamics will be applied to the findings from actual application.

BREADTH OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the 'Breadth' portion…. [read more]


Pearl Harbor Term Paper

… Pearl Harbor

Immediately following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the initial reaction by the President and his cabinet was to develop a plausible association for blame. In so doing they targeted the top two commanders in Hawaii, Admiral H.E. Kimmel and Lt. general W.C. Short. Several researchers even intoned that Kimmel and Short, were the official scapegoats of the President. () In retrospect most government investigations have demonstrated that this was not the case, and in fact the actions of these two men, actually rendered the Japanese attack, much less effective. Especially in retrospective as Kimmel stressed the fact that the Japanese attack strategy did not cripple the fleet, as they did not destroy the massive fuel supplies, which were at the time in the…. [read more]


Manipulation of Media Coverage Research Paper

… The fact of matter is that the image of the destruction of the statue of a man who was believed to be an oppressive ruler was portrayed as the most appropriate indication of the end of the war and the start of the liberation process in the region. Most of the presenters on these news channels widely and strongly claimed that the conflict was at its completion stages and the effect of such an extensive claim was that the overall coverage of conflicts and war tactics within the region were then decreased by a large percentage over not only the aforementioned channels but other media outlets as well. Most of the media outlets portrayed that all of the efforts made by the troops form that…. [read more]


Malware Since the Earliest Days of Humankind Term Paper

… Malware

Since the earliest days of humankind, inventions from the wheel to nanotechnology have been used and abused for unethical or illegal purposes. Why would it be any different for computer and Internet technology? In fact, the proliferation of computer exploitation necessitated an entirely new language. Overall, "malware" is software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system, without the owner's informed consent. According to Wikipedia, malicious and undesired software such as computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses, spyware, adware and other malicious and unwanted software. In law, it is sometimes called a computer contaminant. In a very short time, malware became so widespread that it developed into a major aspect of computer technology. It raised a host of problems, challenges, dilemmas and questions about security,…. [read more]


Importance of Affirmative Action Term Paper

… Validity of Data

America considers herself the land of the free, home of the brave, and while the second component to this maxim is rarely challenged, the first has come under fire throughout all of the nation's history, particularly in the last 40 years.

After all, America is a nation of stark contrasts: On one hand, it is truly the only nation in the world in which a minority can literally immigrate one day, and be well on the way to a successful career and job the next, without the shackles of prejudice and discrimination.

However, this experience is not shared by all immigrants, and it is certainly not shared by the largest indigenous minority in the United States: African-Americans. Together with Hispanic-Americans, African-Americans represent…. [read more]


Narrative My Personal Relationship With Literature Essay

… ¶ … Narrative

My Personal Relationship with Literature

I can still vividly remember the first time I was completely bowled over by a work of literature. I was fourteen years old and sitting alone in my living room at one o'clock in the morning. It was, of course, entirely dark outside, and the only light in the room was the small table lamp next to the armchair in which I was sitting, curled up until moments ago but now bolt upright staring blankly at the empty black beyond my faint reflection in the window pane that overlooked our quiet street. There was nothing outside that caused my sudden shift in posture -- no sudden car alarm or the brief but vicious outburst of yowling from…. [read more]


Implication of Self-Service Technology Is Applied in Hotel Industry Research Paper

… ¶ … technology in the hospitality industry. The work first addresses the growth of the service sector in relation to the hospitality industry and will then discuss changes that have and will occur in the industry as a result of technology. The most important aspect of this work is the analysis of self-service technology (SST) as the most enduring and important trend in hospitality, with the understanding that SST must be supported by personal service and ultimately offers many opportunities and some challenges for the industry as a whole.

The service industries have always played a significant role in the economy of the United States the projected growth of the service sector in the next decade and beyond is so significant it has become the…. [read more]


Electronic Monitoring Devices in Corrections Term Paper

… Electronic Monitoring Devices in Corrections

Electronic Monitoring Devices

Types of Electronic Monitoring Devices (EMDs)

Electronic Monitoring Devices -- EMDs are devices for electronic monitoring on criminals and other groups that are suspected to be involved in any illegal activity, inclusive of defendants who are under trail on conditional release and offenders who have already been convicted on probation or parole. Technically, Electronic Monitoring -- EM is a generic term which covers a broad spectrum of systems and its components. A lot of players dominate the industry, each offering a series of choices covering home monitoring devices, field monitoring devices, wrist and ankle bracelets, voice verification system and alcohol testing devices. There are either active or passive EM systems. The active ones are by far the…. [read more]


Intermodal Transport International Intermodal Transport of Goods Research Paper

… Barcodes and container tracking have greatly improved the intermodal transport process, increasing its reliability like never before (Benedict et.al 2010).
A few key advantages of the container tracking systems described above may be summed up as follows:
' Container tracking systems help determine responsibility for damaged or stolen goods, thereby reducing insurance premiums and cost of insurance claims.
' RFID technology for monitoring and tracking containers drastically reduces false alarms which previously plagued e-seal technology.
' Prior knowledge of potential mishaps or delays helps personnel seek alternative solutions or alert the subsequent supply chain link in a timely manner (Ruiz & Lunadei, 2011), which helps maintain service quality and reliability.
' Tampered carriers may be examined at a point prior to reaching the end destination…. [read more]

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