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Fingerprint Classifications Practical Applications Term Paper

… Arches do not have type lines, deltas, or cores.

Type lines are two diverging ridges usually coming into and splitting around an obstruction, such as a loop. A delta is the ridge point nearest the type line divergence. The core is the approximate center of the pattern. A loop must have one or more ridges entering from one side of the print, recurving, and exiting from the same side. If a loop opens toward the little finger, it is called an ulnar loop. If it opens toward the thumb, it is a radial loop. The patterned area of any loop is surrounded by two type lines. All loops must have one delta (Saatci & Tavsanoglu, 2003).

All whorl patterns must have type lines and a…. [read more]


Fingerprints vs. DNA Is One Better Term Paper

… Fingerprints vs. DNA: Is one better than the other?

Fingerprints vs. DNA

Finger print identification is more accurate than DNA analysis. Fingerprints are time tested and in vogue for the last two centuries and easily accepted and understood. Finger prints are unique for each individual and are permanent and unalterable. The important fact about the fingerprint is the near infallibility. While DNA testing does have an important role in detection of crime, in the current situation its infallibility is not absolute and therefore does not score much over the absolute certainty of finger print evidence. Probe sensitivity for DNA testing is lesser and the problems of interpreting the results have not given it the same credibility of other evidence. There is no safeguard or guarantee…. [read more]


Fingerprints Are the Impressions of the Minute Term Paper

… Fingerprints are the impressions of the minute ridge patterns found on the fingertips of all individuals. The two basic characteristics of fingerprints are that no two persons have exactly the same pattern of ridge patterns and the patterns remain unchanged throughout a person's life. Because of these unique characteristics, fingerprints offer an infallible means of personal identification and fingerprint identification has become one of the most useful tools of forensic science during the last century and more. In this research paper on fingerprints I shall trace the history of fingerprint identification, discuss why fingerprinting has become the number one identification tool in forensic science, and describe the basic patterns of fingerprints. In addition, I shall also examine certain cases of incorrect fingerprint identification that have…. [read more]


Undocumented Students Equity to In-State Research Paper

… Is it unjust to extradite an illegal alien who has been living a constructive life and contributing to benefit our society?

3. Because of the current economic hardship in the U.S., is it fair to allocate money for college to immigrants or only to American students?

These research questions seek to explore the undocumented students' difficulties as well as to capture the perspectives and actions of policy personnel within a particular policy context. The queries also capture professionals' methods and strategies for inciting institutional change on this issue. Overall, these questions will offer a grassroots-level picture of the current state of affairs for college educators on the topic of undocumented student access and success.

Methods

The researcher aims to use qualitative method to explore the…. [read more]


Security Issues of Online Communities Term Paper

… Security Issues of Online Communities

Online communities have emerged in recent years as a result of the rapid growth of the Internet, arousing intrigue in citizens, policy-makers and government officials. An online community is a group of people who interact in a virtual environment. They have a purpose, are supported by technology, and are guided by norms and policies. The problem with the term "online community" is that it often refers to a wide range of online activities, and has as a result, been subject to different definitions. Although online communities exist predominantly online, they vary depending on the software environment supporting them, purpose, size and duration of existence, culture of their members, and governance structure (Preece, et.al., 2003). The characteristics of an online community…. [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]


Archival Mission and Practice Essay

… This detail helps to define the required conservation procedures. It is worth noting, that this has all been shaped dramatically in recent years by the advent of electronic record-keeping, databases and online archives that have created new security controls, definitions of user access and expanded an organization's ability to decrease its overhead associated with preserving and storing archival materials (Cox, 1998).

Finally, use is a practice central to the mission of all archives (Maher, 1992). It is the accessing of information for a wide range of purposes and benefits from all other practice areas -- appraisal, arrangement, description, and preservation. Use offers a concrete definition of the purpose for the archive and guides the long-term direction and quality of archival decisions (Fruscian, 2011). Direct use…. [read more]


Identity Construction in Literary Texts Literature Review

… Identity Construction in Literary Texts

Representasie Van Kleurling Identiteit In Geselekteerde Tekste

VAN 'N KLEURLING SKRYWER

REPRESENTATION of COLOURED IDENTITY

IN SELECTED TEXTS

"If we follow the badge of color from 'African' 'Negro' to 'colored race' to 'black' to 'Afro-American' to 'African-American'

we aren't thus tracing the history not only of a signifier, a label, but also a history of its effects"

Robert E. Park (1864-1944) (as cited in Back & Solomos, 2000, p.145).

The "coloured category" identified in 1950 in South Africa constituted one of three categories: White, black (African), or colored (of mixed decent). "The coloured category included major subgroups of Indians and Asians, Monal Chokshi, Cale Carter, Deepak Gupta, and Robert Allen (1995, ¶ 3) explain in "The history of apartheid in…. [read more]

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