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Sean Hannity's Let Freedom Ring Term Paper

… Sean Hannity's Let Freedom Ring aims to condemn the liberal mindset by assigning responsibility for the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 on what Hannity believes to be liberal policies. To Hannity, winning "the war on terror" must be done at all costs, as to preserve the "blessings of liberty" handed down by our forefathers (Hannity 3). Essentially, the book uses the events of September 11 to justify conservative views while condemning liberal ideals. His argument is not a straightforward and strict argument in the logical sense; instead, he seems to take the opportunity to discuss, in depth, many other political matters utterly unrelated to his overall point. Defense of the United States from terrorists is his primary topic, however he often strays into lengthy…. [read more]


Sean O'faolain Was an Irish Term Paper

… In Up the Bare Stairs, O'Faolain's man character Francis Nugent, who is a very successful man, tells the story of his escape from the poor and discreet lives of his parents. Nugent remains troubled by old family scars, which he manages to rise above but cannot forget. This character is very typical of O'Faolain as he is one that seeks escape from the limitations and social norms of the past by seeking power.

The characters of The Heat of the Sun try to take imaginative possession of their lives by bringing their secret and repressed desires to bear upon present relationships and actions. In "Dividends," the narrator, Sean, takes a train from his present home in Dublin back to his hometown of Cork. His old…. [read more]


Inclusion the ABC News Turning Term Paper

… Unfortunately, not all schools will be as welcoming as the ones that Sean was placed in. Sean is a success story; there may be many other stories that show the failures of the educational system to meet the needs of students.

This is why each case can and should be considered differently, but the government needs to continue funding IDEA and programs like it. Individual difference and situational variables cannot be overlooked. When students are deemed unsuitable for the mainstream education -- either for behavioral or developmental reasons -- then the special services external to the public school can be made available to them. Some students will not be able to function as well as Sean.

The argument for inclusion is clear; it is almost…. [read more]


Emmanuel Levinas Phenomenology Ethical Constructivism Thesis

… Emmanuel Levinas Phenomenology

Ethical Constructivism

Emmanuel Levinas was a French philosopher and an intellectual scholar whose propositions and influence expounded on the study of phenomenology. While drawing ideas on his philosophies, Emmanuel met a German philosopher, Martin Heidegger who was fully affiliated to the Nazis. This affiliation-based Emmanuel's phenomenological philosophy under enthusiastic criticism of Heidegger. His influential study of western philosophy led to the comprehension of existential phenomenology in France and led to the development of ethical and morality, based on the eventual activities of the World War II. In addition, the philosophy developed included an inter-subjective relation to ethics through deontology, utilitarianism, self-legislation and virtue ethics. This greatly assisted in developing a conceptual sense and affectivity to Emmanuel's propositions. In this context, Emmanuel Levinas…. [read more]


Military Chaplains' Facilitation of Religious Essay

… However, they must be supportive of members of other faiths.

There is an annual gathering of chaplains, International Chiefs of Chaplains Conference, originally sponsored by the U.S. European Command to help them learn how to be liaisons to local religious leaders and work for peace in war-torn areas (International Chief of Chaplains Conference n.d.). Since the source of the conflict in the former Czechoslovakia, it was especially important that the chaplains be sensitive to local engagement possibilities, to help build ties in war-torn areas and strengthening weakened relationships (Lee, Burke and Crayne 2004). This role has only expanded since then (Lee, Burke and Crayne 2004). It is recommended that chaplains do this by forming an Inter-Religious Council, or IRC, to assist in transitioning peacekeeping forces…. [read more]


Teacher Has in Helping Students Term Paper

… "The common practice of giving grades to students for their writing is counter-productive...this is a form of assessment that does not give the writer very useful feedback on how they can improve." (Hawthorne 2004) Goal-setting as a form of feedback, and used in conjunction with other feedback methods, can be highly motivating because they encourage students to persist with an activity for an extended period of time, and challenging goals will help students reach their potential. Hawthorne additionally notes the importance of Process Writing, rather than "product" writing, for students.

In the Students' Roles in Formative Assessment by the Standards Site Department for Education and Skills (2005), the importance of commenting on students' work and avoiding emphasizing the grade or score received on the written…. [read more]


Relational Discourse in a Film Research Paper

… Meta communication

Based on DeVito, metacommunication has been "communication which describes many other communications" (2001, p. 136). Quite simply, metacommunication has been making reference to communication. For instance, if two couples sit back to speak about a disagreement they just experienced, they have been metacommunicating due to the fact they have been referring to the conversation that occurred within the disagreement. Metacommunication may be conversation regarding both verbal as well as nonverbal interaction. In case a girlfriend has been speaking with her boyfriend and then she gripes that her partner doesn't appear to be paying attention to her judging through his insufficient eye contact (nonverbal communication), then this girlfriend has been metacommunicating simply because she has been referring to her partner's nonverbal interaction (Mann, 2003).…. [read more]


Stigma of Suicide and Grief in African-American Mothers Literature Review

… Suicide Grief among African-American Mothers

THE COLOR OF STIGMA

This research will explore the experience of representative African-American mothers who lost their sons to suicide. The biopsychosocial contextual model of stress, as specifically applied to suicide as stressor, by Clark, Anderson, Clark and Williams (1999) will guide the following research questions:

Does perceived stigma due to suicide, as measured by the Suicide Stigmatization Scale (Fiegelman et al., 2011) significantly predict severity of grief, as measured by the Inventory of Complicated Grief (Prigerson et al., 1995), in African-American mothers who have lost a son to suicide, controlling for maternal socioeconomic status, age, relationship status, depression, and history of suicide in the family?

Does the coping style of John Henryism, as measured by the John Henryism Active…. [read more]


1997) Face Off Face/Off John Essay

… These are the additional works done on the movie involving digital technology to add effects that could not be included by camera or actors.

A producer takes raw footage and selects shots and puts them together in order to develop a final series of scenes. These scenes are less creative and exciting because of human limitations for example the motion and sounds are in raw shape. In action movies, the editing plays the artistic role of improving quality of scenes in order to make them more attractive and thrilling on cinema screens. The editor does not simple arrange the scenes and shots in order work works on images in layers. He adjusts images with dialogue delivery and overall story and theme of the movie.

The…. [read more]


Euthanasia Is Illegal Essay

… Proponents of assisted death do not recognize the possibility of misdiagnosis

Anti-thesis

Proponents of legalization of assisted suicide believe that if assisted suicide aims at ending intolerable and unmanageable suffering, then doctors should render it to patients but upon request. They argue that patients hold the autonomy to decide what is good for them. For patients with incurable diseases which essentially makes the patient lack the meaning and purpose of existence, assisted death should be their best option as this will lessen they distress and emotional suffering of people close to her (Levene 205). For instance, Michael, the husband to Terrie felt that the only option to ease his emotional pain and that of his wife was to help her die through withdrawing the feeding…. [read more]


Rock Decided to Meet Lucas Term Paper

… ¶ … Rock decided to meet Lucas, mainly because I was tired of living this way. It was a sudden realization, a turning point, sparked by a moment of wakening from life under the rock. Well, maybe not so sudden. There had been a long period of emotional osmosis and a gradual realization that life was going nowhere; a realization helped along by my mother and my friends. Added to this was the fact that I was also slightly tired and embarrassed by my life. So what if I have a nice, but extremely small, apartment in an up-market Washington neighborhood - this was nothing more than just an attractive rock. Something had to be done. So I decided to meet him; to go to…. [read more]


Suffering Madonna of Ireland: Women Term Paper

… What an old snarly gob she could be at times; an ignorant one too."

Thus O'Casey was willing to valorize Irish femininity, even at the expense of men, but only within certain traditional constructs, and to validate his own agenda of pacifism.

Works Cited

Atkinson, Brooks, Ed. The Sean O'Casey Reader. By Sean O'Casey. New York: St. Martin's, 1968.

Gill, Peter. "A New State of Chassis: The Irish Civil War and its background." National Theater. First Published 1989. Last Modified 16 Feb 2005. http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/parade/abj76/PG/pieces/ocasey/new_state_of_chassis.shtml

O'Casey, Sean. "Juno and the Paycock."

"Sean O'Casey: Biography" The Moonstruck Theater Database. http://www.imagi-nation.com/moonstruck/clsc100.html. [1 Mar 2005] Article originally published in Minute History of the Drama. Edited by Alice B. Fort & Herbert S. Kates. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1935.…. [read more]


Insurance Fraud After Tax Evasion Term Paper

… The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates that healthcare fraud itself cost Americans about $54 billion dollars annually. More than one third of the people hurt in auto accidents exaggerate their claims so as to obtain additional and higher compensations from the insurance company.

Research into insurance fraud shows that certain types of insurance are more vulnerable to fraud than others: Health care, workers-compensation and auto insurance are sectors considered the most vulnerable. Fraud is also more prevalent during an economic recession than when the economy is doing well and the financial markets are on an upswing.

National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) noted that, historically, there have been increases in the number of fraudulent claims reported after a major disaster -- natural or man-made. For example,…. [read more]


English Creative Writing in Singapore Dissertation

… Creative Writing in English: Singapore



Singapore



Singapore is a country in which the learning of the English language has become vitally important. For many students, the learning of the English Language is dependent upon the development of creative writing skills. Creative writing is used as a learning tool because it permits students to write in a manner that allows them to feel comfortable as they become more proficient in using the English language. Creative writing is utilized as a mechanism that allows students to expand their vocabulary and improve comprehension skills. In recent years creative writing in the English language for junior college students and into adult working life in Singapore has been encouraged. The goal of the study…. [read more]


Economics and the Business World Essay

… Some of the more notable of these benefits include:

The music becomes more accessible to the end consumer

The artists are promoted at lower costs than the traditional marketing channels

The streaming of music generates additional revenues for the industry and ultimately creates new employment opportunities, to support the development of the community and the economy

Streaming of music and the involvement of telecommunication firms in this domain supports the development of the field

It also allows for the customisation of the services and the better and more personalised satisfaction of the needs and wants of customers

The more active involvement of the telecommunication firms in the distribution of music generates advantages such as real time usage of the music, fewer advertisements and thus the…. [read more]


Authorship and Attribution in Early Music Research Thesis

… Authorship and Attribution in Early Music Research

Scholars of early music face a problem that is one of an important nature and one that endures and that is the question of who is actually the composer of music surviving today and in the form of various written manifestations from early period of music. The work of Bruce Haynes entitled: "The End of Early Music: A Period Performer's History of Music for the Twenty-First Century" states that the "true Canonic musical experience requires knowing who wrote the piece one is hearing, knowing when they lived and knowing where they fit in the hierarchy of the Pantheon." (Haynes, 2007)

Haynes writes that John Spitzer "…for his dissertation…traced the histories of works attributed to great composers that were…. [read more]


Pollack and Rothko the 1930s Term Paper

… Although as colorful as the paintings of Pollack, Rothko's works were soft and sensuous rather than explosive. The paints, rather than dripped and splattered on, were washes with blending, fuzzy edges.

Said art scholar Janson of the two artists: "The impulsiveness and spontaneity of Pollack's drippings and splatterings can be seen as a more realistic view of the artist's feelings than the carefully constructed brush strokes of other artists seeking to create a self-portrait." He saw Pollack's use of paint as a "storehouse of pent-up forces for him to release." On the other hand, Rothko's deeply saturated bands of color seemed even farther removed from the figure than Pollack's paintings. Yet, the artist's emotions still came forth. "The people who weep before my pictures," Rothko…. [read more]


Report of Transparency in Oil Extraction for Equatorial Guinea and Chad Research Paper

… Chad Guinea

Guinea promises superior transparency than Chad for oil or any other point-source extractive investment particularly because of constitutional checks and balances to executive power and integration with global monetary and financial authorities. Chad has stronger financial balance sheet fundamentals, particularly regarding inflation, but faces significant structural challenges absent in Guinea, foremost of which is concentration of power in the executive, where such centralization has already presented obstacles to international monitoring and oversight, specifically the President rewriting the constitution to remove democratic checks and balances. As IMF staff point out in a June 2011 technical assessment regarding disarray in Guinean financial and monetary data, "[r]eal sector statistics are incomplete, and published with insufficient timeliness to support economic policymaking" (Ross and Martijn 2011:

Likewise while…. [read more]


New Pattern of Integration Term Paper

… No European country is larger than the usual midsized globally accepted state but their strength has been in the closely integrated political and economic collaboration which has helped European nations maximize their global authority and prospective. As a former Prime Minister of Netherlands explains that the European states have no choice but to cooperate under the EU governance or they will be forced to act individually and find their own footing in the global world (Wim Kok, 2004).

Evolution and Growth of EU

Between the years 1973 and 2004, as explained above, the EU increased from six member states to a large number amounting to twenty-five members (Table 0.2 below). This as explained before led to the expansion of functions and treaties. However, it is…. [read more]


Major Problems in the Early Republic 1787-1848 Essay

… ¶ … Republic, 1787-1848

Racial, economic, and social elitism in 19th century America

Although America was a land founded on the principles of liberty and democracy in theory, elite, wealthy, and aristocratic males have often dominated the institutions of its government. When we speak of the 'Founding Fathers' it is important to remember that all them were white, property-owning males and until Andrew Jackson assumed the presidency, they envisioned control of the government remaining in the hands of people much like themselves. One of the most profound, motivating philosophies behind the structure of the United States Constitution was the fear that certain factions might gain popular sway over the institutions of government -- hence the need for checks and balances to make even democratic institutions…. [read more]


Feminism and Identity the Awakening" by Kate Research Paper

… Feminism and Identity

The Awakening" by Kate Chopin was published in 1899 and stirred a great deal of controversy in contemporary society. Centered on the main character of Edna Pontellier, a woman who decides to leave her husband and embark on an affair with another man, the novel tackles sensitive issues in late-nineteenth century Southern society such as divorce, social norms, and sexual freedom for women. Edna Pontellier rebels against social norms, and assumes control of her life by shaping her own identity. The voice of the narrator is rather neutral, and non-judgmental; in fact, at times it appears as if Chopin was condoning the actions of her character. It was the tone of the narration in the "The Awakening" which led to Chopin being…. [read more]


Iraq War Term Paper

… C., that every major move Bush makes in terms of publicity or PR or policy, is orchestrated or at least partially tweaked by Rove.

According to Time Magazine (Elliott, 2003), on May 1, 2003, Bush landed "in flying gear on the deck of the aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln" - which had a huge banner reading "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED." Bush strolled across the deck of the carrier and made a speech in front of proud sailors. "Major combat operations in Iraq have ended," he declared to the troops assembled. The war, he continued, had been carried out "with a combination of precision and speed and boldness" which the Iraqi forces did not expect; "the world had not seen" such precision, speed, and boldness, he boasted.…. [read more]


Direct to Consumer Advertising History Term Paper

… THE DTC ADVERTISING PHENOMENON

The National Institute for Health Care Management, a nonprofit watchdog agency, estimated that expenditures in pharmaceutical advertising in the U.S. grew from an estimated $55 million in 1991 to $2.5 billion in 2001. While the numbers seem exponential, the Institute points out that the ads represented merely 16% of the entire budget for drug promotions in 2001. A historic perception perpetuated by the drug industry is that costs are driven by expenditures in research and development. This has been considered a valid argument, as advances in drug research are indeed beneficial to humanity. However, recent examination of the industry's expenditures indicates that marketing (34.4%), not R&D (13.7%), comprise the lion's share of the industry's operating expenditures.

Families USA is a nonprofit…. [read more]


Corporate Philanthropy and the Development of Business Term Paper

… ¶ … Corporate Philanthropy on the Developjment of Business

The study conducted and reported in this work in writing is one that examines corporate philanthropy and that seeks to answer specific questions concerning the impact of corporate philanthropy on the development of a business. The methodology employed in this study is that of a case study which involves the review of available and pertinent literature in this area of study. Following an extensive review of literature this study states findings and conclusions.

AN INVESTIGATION of the IMPACT of CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY on the DEVELOPMENT of Business

Corporate philanthropy for the purpose of this study will be assumed to represent the actions that the organization takes to integrate the company into the community in which it is…. [read more]


War on Drugs for Roughly a Century Research Paper

… War on Drugs

For roughly a century, the United States government has been using their resources to police the substances known as drugs. In the last few decades the regulation of certain substances has resulted in an all-out "war" on drugs. Today in the United States, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 55% of federal prisoners and 21% of state-level prisoners are incarcerated on the basis of drug-related offenses which represents an incarcerated population greater than the population of Wyoming; the federal government is spending over twenty-two billion dollars alone on a so-called war that 76% of the population view as a failure (Head). The "war" has been so unpopular that President Obama stopped referring to the criminalization of people for drug charges as…. [read more]


Negotiation Scene the Rock Term Paper

… As most of the mercenary soldiers and subordinates turned on Gen. Hummel, some remained loyal, helping him temporarily escape a dishonorable death. In negotiating any type of deal, including germ warfare, we see how the most important aspects of successful bargaining lies in the strength of the people skills measured by the loyalty shown by those close and near. It seems it may always be better to make friends than enemies.

The final stage to any negotiation is the settlement. After all the strategic plays and information exchanges have been revealed and all boundaries and limitations have been set a settlement becomes a reality. Gen. Hummel settled to die a hero instead of a mercenary killer. Mason settled on escaping his prison sentence protected by…. [read more]


Business Management -- Human Resource Issues Response Case Study

… Business Management -- Human Resource Issues

Response to Sean

The way that Agilent handled the downsizing situation sounds ideal. The most important thing they did was establish a completely objective set of criteria to decide which employees had to be laid off. By using only objective criteria -- in this case, location -- the company protected itself against any possible discrimination or wrongful termination claims against the company. The other things that Agilent apparently did right in this case was to treat the laid off employees a fairly as possible because the way that employees feel about how they were treated plays a tremendous role in their response to the situation: those who feel that the organization did right by them are much less likely…. [read more]


Irish Stage Drinkers an Analysis of Irish-American Essay

… Irish Stage Drinkers

An Analysis of Irish-American Drinking in works by O'Neill, Ford, and Others

The Irish have always been a strange contradiction. Lovers of booze, women, and fighting, they have also prided themselves on being representatives of unpretentious humanity, defenders of the Catholic tradition and faith. There are the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, songs like "Foggy Dew," and plays and films like the Quiet Man (wherein fighting, drinking and loving is sportive and celebratory). Yet, the most famous Irish-American playwright, Eugene O'Neill gives a much different and darker perspective on the Irish drinker. O'Neill's Irishman is not the same as Ford's (played by John Wayne). Ford's Sean Thornton (in the 1952 Quiet Man) is a pugilist who has sworn off fighting; he is a…. [read more]


Influence of Creative Work Term Paper

… ¶ … Creative Work

The Wind and the Lion

Art moves us. Whether we are appreciating a masterful painting, enjoying some music, reading fiction or poetry, or just sitting in a dark room watching a motion picture with hundreds of others doing the same, at some level we all realize what it would mean to us were there no art in the world. There is a reason why people continue to produce works of art, and a reason why others continue to appreciate them; art adds meaning to life and broadens the mind, in a sense, very much the way travel does. Art resonates with the human soul and spirit; it means being able to stand in front of an abstract painting and addressing the…. [read more]


Art Exhibit in December 2004, I Visited Term Paper

… Art Exhibit

In December 2004, I visited the White Cube Art Gallery in London with my art class to view an exhibition by photographer and video artist Sam Taylor-Wood. Her work combines elements of photography, film, and video installation. I knew little about Taylor-Wood other than that she was married to art dealer and White Cube Gallery owner Jay Jopling, and that a previous video installation of hers "David" (named for David Beckham, the football player) had featured a nine-minute video of Beckham sleeping, and been shown at the National Portrait Gallery. I wondered, then, if Taylor-Woods was in fact talented enough on her own to be so successful at such a young age, or if marriage to Joplin had hurried her art to the…. [read more]

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