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Movies and Methods: Volume I - Summary Term Paper

… Movies and Methods: Volume I - Summary and Review

Both teachers and students of film would likely welcome this book, even though it was written in 1976. Some things do not go out of date, and even though much has happened since the 1970s there are a lot of classic works on film that are still very worthy of being studied. Because this is the case, books like this one are a good choice for individuals who are studying film. This anthology offers a comprehensive collection of theoretical work found on film up to the date of publication. There are many articles in the book as well, and this is a very good thing because articles like this are often extremely difficult to find. Quite…. [read more]


Hero in Popular Culture Term Paper

… ¶ … Hero in Popular Culture- One very interesting aspect of the human experience is the manner in which certain themes appear again and again over time, in literature, religion, mythology, and culture -- regardless of the geographic location, the economic status, and the time period. Perhaps it is the innate human need to explain and explore the known and unknown, but to have disparate cultures in time and location find ways of explaining certain principles in such similar manner leads one to believe that there is perhaps more to myth and ritual than simple repetition of archetypal themes. In a sense, then, to acculturize the future, we must re-craft the past, and the way that seems to happen is in the synergism of myth…. [read more]


Media Violence and Social Deviance Term Paper

… Media Violence/Social Deviance

Media Violence and Social Deviance

For decades, there has been concern over media violence and its influence or potential influence on public behavior, and while there have been countless studies and volumes of research devoted to this topic, the issue appears still open for debate.

Ever since television began becoming popular in the 1950's, the pubic has been complaining that there is too much violence in television programming, and has continually put pressure on Congress and the television industry to reduce the amount of violence (Potter). During the past fifty years, social scientists have been conducting analyses of the violent content on television in an effort to document the amount of violence in order to inform the public however there is a…. [read more]


Graphene-Based Optical Surface Plasmon Resonance for Bio-Sensing Research Paper

… Graphene-Based Optical Surface Plasmon Resonance for Bio-Sensing Applications

Although light waves move across a surface, electrons do not move far much like when footfall fans in the stadium do "the wave." In these cases, the fans are recreating the same type of phenomenon that takes place when light is oscillated to create surface plasmon resonance. The field of plamonics has become increasingly important for researches seeking improved cancer treatments, computer processors and even plasmonics-based lasers. This paper provides a review of the relevant peer-reviewed and scholarly literature concerning surface plasmon resonance in general and graphene-based optical surface plasmon resonance for bio-sensing applications in particular. A summary of the research and important findings are presented in the paper's conclusion.

Review and Discussion

Just over a decade…. [read more]


History of Espionage Class Reading Essay

… History Of Espionage Class Reading Study Guides

Jeffrey Burds, Chapter 19 of World of the Shadows: An International History of Espionage (The Golden Age of Soviet "Illegals")

This chapter opens with a quote from Stalin, who in 1937 questioned the prevailing belief that bourgeoisie states would refrain from sending "spies, wreckers, saboteurs and assassins" into socialist states.

Chapter 19 then moves to a discussion of the so-called "Cambridge Five," a group of five British nationals who spied for the Soviets during WWII.

Donald Maclean (1915-1983), Foreign Office secretary, Paris, Washington, Cairo, London.

Guy Francis de Moncy Burgess (1910-1963), BBC broadcaster, agent in MI6, secretary to Deputy Foreign Minister

Harold Adrian Russell ("Kim") Philby (1912-1988), journalist, agent in MI6, "The Third Man"

Anthony F. Blunt (1907-1983),…. [read more]


Belonging International Students and Web Research Proposal

… BELONGING, WEB 2.0 AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

This work reports a study in which 24 international students were interviewed in a research initiative that seeks to understand how international students adjust to the host culture and specifically how use of the Internet or Web assist them with this integration process. This work conducts an extensive review of literature in this area of study and examines the theoretical framework of what it means to 'belong' to a country or location. Research questions asked in this study are those of: (1) What role does Internet technology (Web 2.0) play in the international student's development and maintenance of a sense of belonging in a new home country? (2) What role does length of residence play in the international student's…. [read more]


Hamlet Research it Is Doubtful That William Research Paper

… Hamlet Research

It is doubtful that William Shakespeare had any idea when he began writing his play, Hamlet, (Shakespeare) of the far reaching and varied effect that his words and characters would have. Perhaps no play in history has been analyzed more thoroughly and had more impact on popular culture and philosophical thought. (Collier & Sons)

The setting for Hamlet is the kingdom of Denmark. Whether Shakespeare actually intended it to be the actual kingdom of Denmark or some mythical location is uncertain and really matters very little to the value of the story or to the character development. Nothing tin story is dependent on the setting. There is some evidence that the prevailing battle between the doctrines of Catholicism and the emerging Protestant theology…. [read more]


Greenart Inc. Leap's Frog Sculpture Competition Term Paper

… GREENART INC. LEAP'S FROG SCULPTURE COMPETITION

GREEN ART, INCORPORATED LEAP'S FROG SCULPTURE PROJECT and COMPETITION in MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA, ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN JANUARY - MARCH 2009

Frog's Leap Sculpture Walk is an art event that will be held in Melbourne Australia by Green Art Incorporated from mid January 2009 - March 2009 in the Royal Botanic Garden. There is no entry fee for artists wishing to enter into the sculpture competition. The focus of this project is to provide support to artists in Melbourne, Australia and to promote the city of Melbourne's image as a 'garden city'. Competitions will be promoted to artists through the educational institution and via media including magazines, posters, and radio announcements. Each artist will enter into a contract with Green Art…. [read more]


Media Violence on Children's Social Article Review

… In this regard, Garbardino et al. report that, "Children exposed to gun violence may experience negative short- and long-term psychological effects, including anger, withdrawal, posttraumatic stress, and desensitization to violence. All of these outcomes can feed into a continuing cycle of violence" (2002, p. 73).

As with other types of violence in the media, there are some groups of young people who are at distinctly higher risk of experiencing these adverse outcomes, including (a) young people who have already been injured by gunfire, (b) young people who witness gunplay first-hand as well as (c) young people who are exposed to violence in the media (Garbardino et al., 2002). Depending on the level and type of such exposures, Garbardino and his associates conclude that young people…. [read more]


Social Criticism of Luce's De Bohemia of Valle Incln Essay

… Social Criticism of "Luces de Bohemia" or "Bohemian Lights" by Ramon Maria del Valle-Inclan

A number of influential Spanish playwrights were active during the early part of the 20th century, including Ramon Maria del Valle-Inclan who invented a new dramatic device that he termed "esperpento" in his play, "Luces de Bohemia" or "Bohemian Lights." Originally published in 1920, this play about the people of the City of Madrid was not actually produced until 1963, but Valle-Inclan's other major contributions to dramatic literature include Divinas palabras and the three Comedias barbaras, but most authorities agree that "Luces de Bohemia" is Valle-Inclan's masterpiece. To gain some fresh insights into the delayed production of this play and the social criticism that it generated at the time as well…. [read more]


Successful Storytelling? Term Paper

… Many times, I did nothing but just lie there staring blankly into the dark, recollecting upon the events that had taken place during the day, in fact as the holiday progressed the thinking session filled more time than the sleeping did.

Always so still, the world outside felt to us, but a single boring moan permeated the silence of the room, my grandmother snoring enormously until the second her eyelids come wide awake. It was impossible for the room to become quiet enough for me to move into a deep dream leaving with me with a considerate trance in its place. Interesting enough, my feet would seem to slip in and out of the sheet as my concentration did with reality and dreams; it would…. [read more]


Development of Pierre Schaeffer's Musique Concrete Term Paper

… ¶ … PIERRE SCHAEFFER'S MUSIQUE CONCRETE

Pierre Schaeffer succeeded far beyond his expectations in that he not only was able to conceal the object sources of his musical compositions from the listener but simultaneously for a time, concealed the very primitive base of his musical compositions from other composers who in that period post-war 1948 adjudged Schaeffer not to be among true composers. The primitive roots of Schaeffer's music is shielded from view because of the technological electronic methods used in producing these sounds from common and concrete everyday objects. Pierre Schaeffer was one of the first modern musicians that connected music to common-place objects in the world surrounding him, or at least in modern times and the paradox is his timing, at the onset…. [read more]


IV Aspirin for Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients Research Proposal

… ¶ … Aspirin for Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients

Item

Organization of the Study

IV ASPIRIN FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS

IV ASPIRIN FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS

Aspirin (ASA) has been known to influence the bleeding time of individuals who take aspirin and it this is presumably due to the inhibition of prostaglandis biosynthesis and the resultant platelet secretion time. All observations in man indicate that long-term ingestion of aspirin is associated with impaired platelet function and prolongation of the bleeding time. Patients with inadequate platelet inhibition by aspirin, which is commonly referred to as aspirin resistance, may have an increased risk of suffering cardiovascular events. Because of this, identification of these patients with aspirin resistance by measuring platelet function is of great interest. This…. [read more]


Japanese-American Biopharmaceutical Industry Term Paper

… The objective of such harmonization is a more economical use of human, animal and material resources and the elimination of any unnecessary delays in the global development and availability of new pharmaceuticals while maintaining safeguards on quality, safety and efficacy, and sustaining regulatory obligations to protect public health. This mission is embodied in the Terms of Reference of the ICH.

Limitations and Delimitations

This problem is limited by the extent to which the United States and Japan choose to continue to permit the extensive interval of time from which pharmaceuticals are available in the United States to when they are available in Japan.

This problem is delimited by the extent to which the United States and Japan choose to cooperate in reducing or eliminating the…. [read more]


Biochemistry of HNRNA C. And HRALY in Cancer and Normal Cells Using Northern Blots Analysis Thesis

… Biochemistry of hnRNA C. And hRALY in Cancer and Normal Cells using Northern Blots Analysis

Department of Chemistry

Thesis Defense Approval Form

two groups working independently During the mid-1990s discovered hRaly, which is a protein that shares a great deal of primary sequence homology with the heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoproteins C1 and C2 (hnRNP C). These two proteins have been posited by other researchers to play a number of important roles in pre-mRNA biogenesis as well as mRNA metabolism. To this end, this study screened 24 paired tissue samples from normal and tumor cells for hraly and hnRNP C. expression. Based on an analysis of the resulting data, the results of this study showed that hnRNP C. And hRaly may be capable of providing the same…. [read more]


Social Interactions Between Alternative Therapists and Patients Thesis

… Social Interactions Between Alternative Therapists and Patients

The goal of the research in this work has as its focus interactions that take place among natural and social groups. This work will study a social group in its natural state and natural setting; ethnography seeks to describe culture in its terms. The statement of thesis in this work is that 'The holistic nature of the practice of acupuncture occurs within a paradigm that critically requires effective communication between the patient and the physician in order to effect successful results from this form of treatment and this is because this type of treatment is 'whole' patient treatment geared toward balance within the individual's physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self in what is a 'whole' body treatment method.…. [read more]


Educational Intervention on the Balance Between Diet and Exercise Term Paper

… ¶ … Educational Intervention on the balance between Diet and Exercise

Energy Balance is the key to a healthy body

More and more people are becoming victims of obesity. While on one hand, the precise causes of this disease are still unclear, the general conclusion most scientists have agreed upon is the disparity between the energy consumed and the energy used. This is to say, obesity occurs when individual lifestyles lead towards excessive food consumption and little to no energy-utilization activities. Zakus (1982) in his study pointed out that certain ailments, namely, Frohlich's, Klinefelter's, Praeder Willi, Klein-Levin, Lawrence Mood Biedl, and Mauriac syndromes, are the underlying causes of childhood obesity. However, these cases, he points out, occur in less than 5% of children (Zakus, 1982).…. [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]


Social Networking Sites Began in 1997 Term Paper

… ¶ … Social networking sites began in 1997 with a now-defunct site called SixDegrees.com. As of 2007, two sites dominated the industry. Myspace, owned by News Corp, is the industry leader with around $800m in revenue. Facebook was #2, with over $400m in revenue. A host of other competitors exist, but do not at present hold significant market share. Myspace has a similar array of features but is often seen as less user friendly.

Facebook was started in 2004, and by the end of the year had registered 200,000 users. Growth has continued to the point where in 2007 Facebook held a market share of 16% and over 70 million users, making it the 6th most-trafficked website. Founder Mark Zuckerberg was offered $1billion by Yahoo…. [read more]


Parenting Program for Women in Drug Treatment Thesis

… Parenting Program for Women and Children in Residential Treatment



Addiction is something that has been around for many years, and there have been increasingly new ways of treating it that have been created over the course of much research and study. There are many different forms that addiction takes, and there are many different drugs and substances that someone can become addicted to, even if they are not of the age that most people would think of when they picture people that would start down that particular road. Most individuals think of addicts as primarily young, minority men in their 20s and 30s that rob, steal, and cause other problems in order to get their drugs or alcohol. However, there are also…. [read more]


Mobile Services, Safety, Security, Usage and Acceptance Research Proposal

… Mobile Services, Safety, Security, Usage and Acceptance:

The Perception Of Consumers

Context of the Problem

Organization of the Study

Technology Acceptance Model: The Conceptual Framework

Mobile Banking

Technology Challenges and Security Risks

Near-Field Communications: Contactless Payments

Research Model (Kim, Koo & Song, 2007)

Relationships in Conceptual Model (de Ruyter, Kleijnen & Wetzels, 2004)

Conceptual Model (Bhatti, 2007)

Model of System of Relationships Influencing Use of m-services (Drennan & Mort, 2007)

Context of the Problem

This research paper presents some of the most important findings in the use of electronic services and communication changes over the past several years. Contemporary consumers have adopted an environment of electronic communications in order to manage business and personal transactions. Electronic communications has also changed the way organizations do business.…. [read more]


Wireless Broadband Technology Term Paper

… All the communication is done using a series of radio signals or radio specifications, the frequency of the signals being that of a low 2.4 GHz and the data speeds are up to a range of 721 Kbps. There is no one direction in which this technology can be used; it is omni directional. The distance that it can cover ranges from 10 cm to 100 m; the greater the transmitting power, the greater the distance covered. The output power can be less than 10 mill watts. Basically, the Bluetooth technology functions like this: it can be embedded in an electronic device or be used as an adaptor. (How Bluetooth Technology Works-CNN.com)

Any electronic device that is popularly used today can make use of these…. [read more]


Assist Students With Literacy Difficulties Term Paper

… This all led to Independent writing for the students. Students writing improved during the semester in fluency, accuracy, and length of response. Students increased their words per minute from 4.9 to 19.1.

Students also had fewer writing errors and increased their Reading Test scores from 5.47 to 6.88.

The strongest result is that it is important to accelerate achievement as quickly as possible. The gradual release model is important because it balances a students learning with their output. Reading and writing is connected and students should be able to recognize this in their work. Students also seem to benefit from daily writing instruction and a well-organized writing curriculum.

The last study is "A brief experimental analysis for identifying instruction components needed to improve oral reading…. [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]


Community Colleges in America Term Paper

… In addition, community colleges have traditionally striven to increase access to higher education through an open admissions policy -- often not even requiring a high school diploma -- and low, or no, tuition." (Kane and Rouse 65)

Joseph F. Kett's "The Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties: From Improvement to Adult Education in America, 1750-1990" deals with the evolution of adult education over the years. It starts out with self-education as it is portrayed in American history before it was formalized: the first universities didn't appear in the United States until the late 1800's. The author also deals with various class and social differences that were caused by the lack of availability of adult education although the advent of industry ultimately necessitated this development. As the…. [read more]


Family Break Up Term Paper

… The inevitability of crisis in the family life cannot be avoided; however, the effective efforts of strong families include facing of the crisis as effectively as possible in order to have a minimum harm simultaneously focusing on the growth avenues. The strong families are distinguished from the mode of their addressing to the crisis and magnitude of the attained success in the area. The renowned economist, philosopher, general system theorist, Kenneth Boulding emphasized on continuous individual and collective efforts for attainment of the basic objective of betterment of human life. (Conger; Harold; Fincham; Osborne, 247)

Betterment is being viewed as a continuous transformation in the system which can be assessed as continuous improvement. The objective is enhancement of the ultimate object which is evaluated to…. [read more]


Crowdsourcing Techniques in Call Centers Dissertation

… [EXCERPT] . . . promising phenomenon that lends itself to call centers' ability to improve their own and their other business units' efficiency is the employment of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is an online, distributed problem-solving and production model already in use by for-profit organizations such as Threadless, iStockphoto, and InnoCentive. Speculation in Weblogs and wisdom of crowds theory assumes a diverse crowd engaged in crowdsourcing labor. Crowdsourcing is the act of taking a job traditionally performed by a designated agent (usually an employee) and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call. Furthermore, and as crowdsourcing is in some ways similar to open-source software production, prior research suggests that individuals in the crowd likely participate in crowdsourcing…. [read more]


Cross Platform Mobile and Web Widgets Installation Thesis

… Cross Platform Mobile and Web Widgets Installation

Computer-mediated communication and decision-making applications for teams are extremely varied and ubiquitous, ranging from e-mail to shared bulletin boards for classrooms to remote conferencing. As the potential to put these applications onto the Web becomes better exploited, computer-mediated communication and coordination of teams of individuals will become even more widespread. Although the Web is normally thought of as an individual-to-mass form of communication, it actually has a great deal of potential to serve team collaboration. This is largely due to the cross-platform nature of Web design. It is also partly due to the fact that Web-based applets do not require the team members to have specialized software installed on their machines in advance (Proctor & Vu, 2005). Likewise,…. [read more]


Jungian Phenomenology and Police Training the Methodologies Term Paper

… Jungian Phenomenology and Police Training

The methodologies selected for this study were the meta-synthesis approach developed by Noblit and Hare (1988) and a content analysis technique described by Neuman (2003) and others. The meta-synthesis approach allows researchers to draw broad substantive interpretations from various sources. According to York (1994), the meta-synthesis technique is a type of research that "systematically compares studies in order to interpret meaning, to clarify research foci, and to resolve existing substantive, methodological, or interpretive problems" (p. xiii). This approach allows the researcher to "compare and analyze text, creating new interpretations in the process" (Noblit & Hare, 1988, p. 9).

The seven-step process used in the meta-synthesis methodology developed by Noblit and Hare is set forth in Table 1 below.

Table 1.…. [read more]


Digital Technologies an Investigation Essay

… All these categories use various technologies to create an impact on the paper. The digital technology is defined as the reproduction technique with the basic input received through electronic files of design, text, graphics, patrons, or any type of information and uses pigments transfer techniques to create an impact on the paper. According to Khosrowpour (200) digital printing devices can be divided into following categories including photographic, thermal, inkjet, dye sublimation, and electrostatic. The digital devices have enabled printing work flow to be fast paced and completely digitalized. The portable document format (PDF) is also a significant contributor to digital printings. It is significantly cost effective to print a small number of reproductions on extremely cost effective and short processes.

Effects of Digital Technology on…. [read more]

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