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  • Sexism In The Twenty First Century - 618 words
    One of the most important skills to learn if you want to be a successful writer is to know your audience. Know your audience and speak to it. If you're writing for the usual mix of civilization, your audience will be roughly half male and half female. With this in mind, the successful writer is not likely to ignore half of that audience by writing exclusively to one gender or the other. Nonsexist writing is an issue that used to be hotly debated and is now being widely accepted. Most of the resistance to nonsexist writing was based in the idea that "everyone knows that he means he or she." Well, he does not mean she and it never has. Using the male gender entirely in writing now seems less a ...
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  • Cell Phones In The Twenty First Century - 520 words
    There are many advantages and disadvantages in having a cellular phone. Cell phones have some advantages over disadvantages. Today, cellular have made peoples view on them change. They have gone from becoming a nuisance to being a necessity in their pockets and purses. Cellular phones were considered a nuisance because they were distracting drivers and causing car accidents and killing people. First, a disadvantage of a having a cell phones is they can cause car accidents in two ways. For example, if the cell phone is not easily accessible to the driver and he/she has to look around to find it, this could increase the possibility of accident. Or if the cell phone is not hands free, it could ...
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  • Reconstruction - 2,247 words
    ... on Washington in 1964 the goals had changed to guaranteeing all Americans equality of opportunity, integration both social and political, and the more amorphous goal of a biracial democracy.32 But the goals did not include the need to transform the economic condition of Blacks. Instead they emphasized the need to transform the political At the beginning, the Civil Rights Movement sought solutions to racial injustice through laws and used the Federal courtsto secure them. The Supreme Court set the stage in 1954 with Brown vs. The Board of Education of Topeka Kansas: the Brown decision focused the attention of dominant Black institutions such as CORE (Congress On Racial Equality) and the N ...
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  • Fetal Development - 1,281 words
    ... can be starving for food and that can impact the brain of the fetus and cause malformations. Smoking or drinking during pregnancy can form defects in the fetus and cause it to be The fetus is growing in size and has been training for his entrance into the real world. He has been moving around for quite awhile, since about the eighth week. When the fetus moves inside the uterus he is not just playing he is helping to build muscle and strengthen his bones at the same time. At this time the fetus is also starting to run out of room in the uterus. Now the fetus can't do somersaults like it used to earlier in development. Sometimes the fetus can get hiccups, the mother feels these as small je ...
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  • Braque The Fogotten Cubist Master - 992 words
    ... his career. The events which conspired during WWI and the years that followed boosted Picasso's Popularity while diminished Braque's.(Frank,18) At this point in history, 1914, Braque left the art scene to fight in the war. He entered the army as an infantry sergeant and served with distinction, being decorated twice in 1914 for bravery. In 1915 he suffered a serious head wound, which was followed by a trepanation, several months in the hospital, and a long period of convalescence at home at Sorgues. During this period he added to the aphorisms he had been in the habit of scribbling on the margins of drawings, and in 1917 a collection of these sayings, put together by his friend the poet ...
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  • Managing People With Aids - 1,440 words
    ... an organization should take to deal with AIDS is to draft and implement an AIDS/HIV policy. First, the company must decide what type of policy they wish to put in place. While some companies choose to implement a specific AIDS policy, others have a broader infectious disease policy, or an even broader disabled employee policy which would also cover AIDS. Whatever type of policy a company decides to go with, it should support the following:  The policy should provide a foundation for the organizations entire AIDS/HIV program. An AIDS/HIV policy that is not clear and well defined will not be effective.  It must establish consistency within the company. If the company does ...
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  • Human Nature - 1,263 words
    Nature has been around since the beginning of all time. Nature has even been here since long before the dinosaurs. People have been brought up and have lived off of nature and its nourishments. Nature is a wonderful yet dangerous thing. It can be as gentle as a breeze on a warm summer day or as deadly and ferocious as a violent hurricane in a populated city. Although man has lived through many tragic and deadly natural disasters, man has always been trying to grasp a hold of and capture a victory over anything that is disturbing. Once a philosopher named Charles Darwin described nature as, Survival of the fittest. Darwin was describing the natural evolution and how nature is always in contro ...
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  • Civil War As A Battle At Sea - 1,175 words
    ... er of an all Negro regiment was to be taken prisoner, and be put to death or otherwise punished (Cox, 11-12). Being the leader of those regiments required much courage and discipline. When Captain Robert Gould Shaw, who was the leader of the Massachusetts fifty-fourth Volunteers, was buried, he was stripped of all his belongings and clothes, then buried with the other men in his regiment who died with him on the battlefield of Fort Wagner. The Confederate soldiers buried him with as much disgust and disrespect possible for an officer. Shaw went from an officer of much respect and privilege to a man given the most dishonorable and controversial burial ever given a soldier who defended his ...
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  • Wiretaps - 1,397 words
    Imagine you're talking on your telephone. It's something that everyone takes for granted. Now imagine that the police are listening to every phone conversation that you make. Does that scare you? I know that it scares me. Wiretaps are an issue that effects every person in this country. That's because no matter how much we don't like to admit it, we need depend on telephone services more and more as time passes. The issue of telephone privacy becomes bigger and bigger every day as our telephone technology becomes more advanced. Wire taps are devices that are being used more often by law enforcement agencies to capture criminals, but there does come time when the actions of law enforcement age ...
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  • Sweet Success Again The Volkswagen Beetle Advertising Campain - 1,012 words
    The Complete Advertising and Marketing Handbook says, The average individual in the United States is exposed to 1500 to 2500 selling messages everyday (Lewis 2). That number of advertisements adds up to more then $70 billion dollars earned for newspapers, magazines, television, and radio according to Jean Kilbourne (35), and Automotive marketers are whats behind $12.8 billion in media spending every year (qtd. in Kilbourne 96). One of the most successful ad campaigns of all times happened to be an automobile advertisement. The campaign was for the original Volkswagen Beetle. Everyone recognized the Volkswagen advertisements of the 1960s. Volkswagen ads have won a list of prizes longer than a ...
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  • The Misdiagnosis Of Add - 647 words
    The Misdiagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder ADD is a disorder that is very challenging to diagnose because the symptoms can be varying in number and intensity can show a positive diagnosis. Even the official scale of DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders); created and updated by the American Medical Association; can be questioned for validity. In the past ten years there have been many studies done on the problems of over-diagnosis and over-prescription. Because it is found in 3%-5% of children over the age of seven it is believed that clinical psychologists are not being precise in there diagnosis. Ritalin is being prescribed to anyone who might have a few of the ...
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  • Classification Essay - 1,104 words
    Poised motionless near the back door of the twentieth-century, we ponder memories of the past with a daydreaming stare. Before we turn off the lights and lock the doors of the twentieth-century, we take one last look through the century in which we were nurtured and our world lived for so long. The deep engraved scratches upon the walls of the twentieth century serve to jog our national memory to painful events as well as amazing accomplishments. After much reflective thought, we began to grasp how much our world has changed from when we first entered the front door of the twentieth century over ninety-nine years ago. America and much of the world have been industrialized, modernized, urbani ...
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  • Classification Essay - 1,115 words
    ... apply. Pop culture has virtually overcome the natural counterculture effect of Christianity. Today indulgences and short-term pleasures have pride of life. Advertising messages are in all environments from grocery stores and streets to hospitals, bedrooms, classrooms and churches. Then there are movies, television, music videos and the like, which all add unprecedented commercial and symbolic saturation to our lives. Secularism, humanism, materialism, commercialism, and consumerism are the forces enabling pop cultural trends to successfully resist the positive counterculture pressures of Christian ethics that once preserved our national values. Nothing is sacred anymore. Insofar as our r ...
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  • Cloning - 1,398 words
    The biological definition of a clone is an organism that has the same genetic information as another organism or organisms ("Cloning", 1997). From this definition and from information about the science behind cloning, my current view on cloning is that it is ethical. This statement ignores information about how we can misuse cloning and what consequences occur when the procedure is unsuccessful. I currently do not think cloning should be used until it is perfected. I doubt however that we will allow cloning to be misused, and think most people would probably have this opinion on cloning, but their lack of knowledge on cloning, or their belief that cloning would be misused, is the reason for ...
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  • Seidler - 1,582 words
    For centuries men and women have been divided over which characteristics have belong to which sex. Men have been associated with power and knowledge, working in top positions. Men are expected to be responsible and take control in any situation. Women, on the other hand, were linked with staying at home, taking care of the children and being emotional, as well as asking for help. Victor Seidler, in Language and Masculinity explores how the suspension of emotions in the masculine world is observed. In the writings of David Gilmore, Performative Excellence: Circum Mediterranean, and Nawal El-Saadawi, Love and Sex in the Life of the Arab, the authors discuss how a mans masculinity is affected w ...
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  • Malaysia - 1,667 words
    As the world prepares to move into the twenty-first century, many nations are rapidly developing their agricultural and manufacturing sectors. As these burgeoning industries become a larger part of the nations economy, the nation finds its population restructuring and streaming to the areas of growth. Just as the people are trying to compete for their survival, the nation is fighting its way to center stage in the world economy. The development of these countries is tied to the worlds economy, as is evidenced by the uneven development within each of the nations. Malaysias growing role in the world economy is likewise intertwined with the development of its industrial regions. Malaysias econo ...
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  • The Peruvian Society - 784 words
    Much to my surprise, the Peruvian society consists of a distinct and diverse culture, one, which would not be envisioned for the current twenty-first century. It is a society in which I, as an American, look at as unusual and peculiar. This course has opened my eyes to something way beyond my comprehension of a society living today. In the article I have found describing Peru as A State of Decay, I discovered what the ideal Peruvian family lives like in todays society. Until the 1950s, most rural families in Peru lived in one-room houses. These houses were built from twigs and the roofs were made of grass or palm thatch. Those who lived in the cities lived in overcrowded and unsanitary slums ...
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  • Alcohol - 461 words
    Should alcohol production, sale, and consumption be prohibited? I think not. For hundreds of years, man has had choices choices pertaining their food intake, their living quarters, and their life mates. Whether or not to consume alcohol has been a choice that man has had through recent history and is a choice which I believe should remain just that a choice. There has been only one period of history where alcohol purchase and consumption was limited. During the 1920s, specifically 1920 to 1933 (and 1917 to 1919 in Canada) beverages such as beer, gin, rum, whiskey, and wine were forbidden to manufacture, sell, or transport. Supporters of prohibition believed alcoholic beverages endangered m ...
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  • Womens Role In Society - 1,058 words
    Womens Inequalities When you think of a CEO of a company or of world political leaders, do you think of a man or of a woman? Many, if not most of us, see these positions as being held by men. In this essay, I will explain why women are still not equal to men. In the first paragraph I will discuss inequalities that happen in the workplace. The second section will show the differences that occur within the athletic world. Thirdly, I will explain the differences in education and home life. The United States still seems to be reluctant, to grant true equality, even though we are approaching the twenty-first century, women are still not equal to men. In the workplace, women do not receive the sam ...
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  • Currency - 1,432 words
    ... y, and the hundred dollar bills are beginning modified too. They are getting a bigger portrait and receiving a watermark. This will make it harder to counterfeit and trade illegally. The newest change to the United States currency has been the two thousand, dollar coin. This coin is a golden color and has Sacagawea on it. Sacagawea was the Shoshoni Indian woman who helped guide the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the northwest. This coin is similar to the Susan B. Anthony dollar that was stopped from making because many got it confused with quarters. With all these changes in the currency, the fact still remains that ninety percent of all currency does not exists. In modern society we are ...
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