Friday, May 31, 2019
Grapes of Wrath It is said that everything is done for a purpose, and if that purpose is not obvious, it could be evident within oneself. In The Grapes of Wrath, by ass Steinbeck, the story not only entails the tale of the tragically poor, still also an uplifting sense of discovery. The story tells not only of the physical journey to California, still of the characters spiritual travels as well. By examining the lives of Jim Casy, Tom Joad, and Ma Joad, one will see the enlightening changes that mark their lives through the depression. Jim Casys journey is an astounding one. He begins his purport as a preacher, yet decides one day that his work is invalid sinful, in some way. He says to Tom, I used ta get the people jumpin an talkin in tongues, an glory-shoutin till they just fell down an passed out. . . An then - you know what Id do? Id take one of them girls out in the grass, an Id lay with her. Done it ever time. Then Id emotional state bad, an Id pray an pray, but it did nt do no good. Come the nex time, them an me was full of the sperit, Id do it again. I figgered there just wasnt no hope for me, an I was a cursedly ol hypocrite. But I didnt mean to be. (Page 28) He decides that he is not noble enough to continue his work, and grows distempered when others ask him to preach the word of God. He spends his time with the Joad family gratefully, but little else. He does no real work to help them out he spends most of his time thinking to himself. Although Casy repeatedly confesses his guilt for doing nothing for the family, he makes no real efforts to contribute, and remains on the sidelines. However, when Tom trips a policeman that was threatening to take everyone to the station, Casy takes the blame. Casy turned to Al. Get out, he said. Go on, get out - to the tent. You dont know nothin. Yeah? How bout you? Casy grinned at him. Somebody got to take the blame. I got no kids. Theyll jus put me in jail, an I aint doin nothin but set aroun. Al said, Ain t no reason for - Casy said softly, If you mess in this your whole fambly, all your folks, gonna get in trouble.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
The American urbane War was AvoidableThe explosion of the American civilised War was caused by a vast number of conflicting principles and prejudices, fueled by sectional differences, and set afire by a very ill-fated set of policy-making events. Undoubtedly, the central theme of almost all of the events that led up to the Civil War was one way or an other, related to the dispute of slavery. Throughout the nineteenth century, slavery-related tensions brewed to such an extent, that politicians often took accustom to avoiding the hot topic altogether, because they were too scared of either starting a big political feud, or losing votes from one side of the issue or the other. More specifically, three events that were most instrumental in bringing about the Civil War were the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 and the presidential election of 1860. Because of such strong reactions to these events, the Civil War was practically unstoppable, however if the parties wanted to avoid a war alto gether, they could have advocated more compromise and public sovereignty.As previously mentioned, slavery was at the root of most tensions that arose between the North and the South, and the annexation of new land created much conflict concerning the positioning of slavery. moment Compromise dictated that the lands of the Louisiana Purchase north of the 3630 parallel were to be free of slavery. Democratic senator Douglas, introduced a bill in primordial 1854 which proposed the division of the Nebraska Territory into two units, Kansas and Nebraska, and the application of his idea of popular sovereignty which would allow the territorial vote to decide the areas status concerning slavery. This proposal would, in effect, repeal the Missouri Compromise, which greatly angered abolitionists and Northerners. Douglas and Southern supporters won a congressional debate and shortly after, the bill was signed. With the passage of this bill, galore(postnominal) conflicts arose. Much personal turmoil erupted in the territories with almost immediate tragic results in Bleeding Kansas. Also, the bill resulted in a complete realignment of the major political parties The Democrats lost influence in the North and were to become the regional proslavery party of the South, the Whig Party, which had opposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act, died in the South and was weakened in the North, and a new republican Party ... ...ecause of so many sectional differences, each region of America had its own intended President, creating a situation in which the losers of the election would already be organized for revolt. However, given that the parties were what they were, President Lincoln could have proposed a quick but strong compromise, right after he won the election, which would keep the Southerners and other non-supporters satisfied with the new political situation. Unfortunately, slavery-issues had been brewing for far too long for this situation to have an easy way out. The American Civil War was caused by an explosion of conflictions, provoked by regional and sectional differences and an unfortunate sequence of political events. As explained earlier, the central theme of almost all of the events that brought about the Civil War was related to slavery. The Kansas-Nebraska Act, the Dred Scott Case, and the Election of 1860 were three events that played very instrumental roles in causing the Civil War, however each could have been handled differently by the parties involved. The approaches of the parties could have been more subtle, using compromises to settle disputes, in order to avoid a war.
Slavery, colonialism and neo-colonialism have caused inestimable damage to billions of people throughout the creative activity. They have also make the basis for the accumulation of immense wealth in the hands of a small elite The slave trade involved the brutal relocation of tens of millions of people in which families, communities and societies were destroyed and in which millions lost their lives in the most inhumane conditions. At the same time, slavery was a fundamental element of the strengthening of mercantile trade and the rapid accumulation of capital that formed the basis for the emergence of the capitalist system as we know it today. Colonial conquest entailed the further oppression of the people of the colonies in the form of dispossessing people of their solid ground and their livelihoods, destroying their cultures and social and political structures and subjecting them to the rule of the colonial powers. Colonialism, in both its early expansionary phase and the imper ialist phase in which the colonial powers carved up the world amongst themselves, created the conditions for the further accumulation of capital as well as the concentration and centralization of this wealth into fewer and fewer hands. Neo-colonialism continues and intensifies this oppression, leading to levels of poverty and destitution never witnessed before. The big transnational corporations, the governments of the North and the international institutions, including the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and World Trade Organization, are working with new elites in the southerly to perpetuate the process whereby the rich get richer at the expense of the poor getting poorer.(JubileeSouth Reparations Towards Another World) An institution that lasted f... ... African Americans, then supporters, activists, lawyers, and the dense residential area all could stand behind one unified proposal. A proposal that is similar to Japanese-American redress that would seek to comp ensate individuals, the Black community through direction and trust funds that would appreciate over time, and finally be recognized for the atrocities that slavery had on the African American existence in America. There is no question that slavery was both morally and ethically wrong, but somehow our country has become very comfortable with ignoring the impact that slavery had on the Black community. Even though slavery ended over 200 years ago the disadvantages of being Black in America still exist, and until the U.S. government begins to touch on their actions, blacks will continue to lose opportunities and will be no better off than their emancipated ancestors.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
The term slave is defined as a person held in servitude as the chattel of another, or one that is completely implemental to a dominating influence. The most well known cases of slavery occurred during the settling of the United States of the States. From 1619 until July 1st 1928 slavery was allowed within our country.The first slave in America were brought over in the slave trade to help with work on plantations and in return they received housing and food. However these slaves werent the first. The first slaves were very enslaved, because of war, destruction, debt and crime as stated in the Locke and Slavery packet. Slavery was a practice that was very common, but was obviously an immoral idea. After many eld of persecution people began to come to their senses and stick up for the ...
Great ExpectationsCharles Dickens novel Great Expectations is a rattling enjoyable book for the reader for more reasons. Overall, Great Expectations is a novel that effectively depicts the emotions and feelings of the characters in the story and has a plot that maintains the readers interest. These elements, along with others help to make the novel charitable for the reader. When young boy by the name of Philip Pirrup (referred to a Pip by all that know him) encounters an escaped convict in a churchyard, he is extorted to remove food and a file for the man. Once Pip retrieves these items for the man, he learns that the man is in fact, an escaped convict. Pip, although being only seven at the time, was part of the conclave that apprehended the convict.For a few years following this event, Pip frequently visited extremely wealthy old women named Miss Havisham. In the process, he falls in love with the womans adopted daughter named Estella. She, however, despises him for being comm on and not a gentleman and she frequently puts him down and, on one occasion, causes him to cry. subsequently about a year of providing company, she tells him not to visit her any more and pays him for his services.Soon after, Pip is told that his prior plans to be a blacksmith (he was apprenticed to his brother-in-law) were not to be and that he had come into Great Expectations. His benefactor was to remain a secret until the person revealed himself or herself, but Pip was certain that it was Miss Havisham. Pip was very happy not only because his new wealth but also because he was certain that he was to marry Estella whom he still loved. Pip move to London where he befriended his new tutors son and his guardians co-worker.Pip was quite shocked, however, when he found his benefactor to be not Miss Havisham, but rather the same man who Pip helped to apprehend when he was a convict. Also his sister, who had raised him since his parents died when he was very young, had died due to an round she had suffered months before. This devastated him in that he would no longer be wed to Estella. When he professed his love to her, he learned that she was to be married to a person whom he despised.Pip later discovered that his benefactor, named Magwitch was the real father of Estella.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Control Leads to Destruction in 1 Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, by sight Kesey, is about patients and doctors in a mental institution. The author talks a lot about what goes on in this institute. The main points in this book partake in with control, be it the character of McMurphy who is unable to handle control, or Nurse Ratched the head nurse on the ward whose job requires her to be in control. The world of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest is dark it is a place where control leads to destruction, but the story shows through the character of The headman that there is still hope if the plenty who be being controlled have the power to resist. Nurse Ratched is a mean woman whose job revolves around control. She depends on people who are less well(predicate) than her to make a living. Her need to control others is an unfortunate trait that she has because it makes people unable to think for themselves and it also leads to destruction. One example of this is when Nurse Ratched caught one of the patients (Billy Bibbit) with a woman. The nurse feeling the need to control Billy threatened to tell his mother. Billy begged Nurse Ratched not to tell her but when his requests were refused Billy slashed his bed with a broken bottle and killed himself. Billys life was destroyed because of Nurse Ratcheds need to control others. Another place that we see the dark world is when we examine the birth between Nurse Ratched and R.P. McMurphy.McMurphy is a happy and rebellious man. He is not used to being controlled, so when he gets into the institution he refuses to be controlled by Nurse Ratche... ...at. At the end of the novel when McMurphy is given a lobotomy, Chief realizes that he is not so safe. Chief escapes from the institution and runs away to Canada. Chief is a figure of hope in the novel he shows us that there is still a way out for those who are being controlled. The novel One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest shows us darknes s, and it shows us a world where control leads to destruction. It shows us lives destroyed, people who are so obsessed with control that they do not think of others even if their job requires them to do so. However, it shows us hope. Hope for those who are being controlled, hope for those who just cant take the harsh strict rules that are imposed upon them. The world of One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest is like a dark grey cloud, a dark grey cloud with a silvery lining.
Control Leads to Destruction in One Flew oer the Cuckoos Nest One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, by Ken Kesey, is about patients and doctors in a noetic institution. The author talks a lot about what goes on in this institute. The main points in this book deal with mold, be it the character of McMurphy who is unable to cont demolition run across, or Nurse Ratched the head nurse on the ward whose argumentation requires her to be in control. The world of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest is dark it is a place where control leads to destruction, but the novel shows through the character of The Chief that there is still hope if the people who are being controlled have the post to resist. Nurse Ratched is a mean woman whose job revolves around control. She depends on people who are less fortunate than her to make a living. Her need to control others is an unfortunate trait that she has because it makes people unable to think for themselves and it also leads to destruction. One exampl e of this is when Nurse Ratched caught one of the patients (Billy Bibbit) with a woman. The nurse feeling the need to control Billy threatened to tell his mother. Billy begged Nurse Ratched not to tell her but when his requests were refused Billy slashed his neck with a broken bottle and killed himself. Billys bread and butter was destroyed because of Nurse Ratcheds need to control others. Another place that we see the dark world is when we examine the relationship between Nurse Ratched and R.P. McMurphy.McMurphy is a apt and rebellious man. He is not used to being controlled, so when he gets into the institution he refuses to be controlled by Nurse Ratche... ...at. At the end of the novel when McMurphy is given a lobotomy, Chief realizes that he is not so safe. Chief escapes from the institution and runs away to Canada. Chief is a figure of hope in the novel he shows us that there is still a way out for those who are being controlled. The novel One Flew Over the Cuckoos n est shows us darkness, and it shows us a world where control leads to destruction. It shows us lives destroyed, people who are so obsessed with control that they do not think of others even if their job requires them to do so. However, it shows us hope. Hope for those who are being controlled, hope for those who just cant take the harsh strict rules that are imposed upon them. The world of One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest is like a dark grey cloud, a dark grey cloud with a silver lining.
Monday, May 27, 2019
Alex Wilson 9/11/12 Experiment 2 Separating the Components of Panacetin Introduction Of the terzetto components likely to be present in your stress of Panacetin ( acetylsalicylic acid, acetanilide, and starch), only starch is insoluble in the organic solvent dichloromethane (or methylene chloride), CH2 Cl2. If a sample of Panacetin is dissolved as completely as possible in dichloromethane, the insoluble starch can be filtered out, leaving acetanilide and acetylsalicylic acid in solution. The take of this experiment is to extract the components of Panacetin.Although the acetanilide and aspirin are both quite insoluble in water at room temperature, the atomic number 11 salt of aspirin is very soluble in water but insoluble in dichloromethane. Because aspirin is a reasonably strong acid, it can be converted to the salt, sodium acetylsalicylate, by reaction with the basic sodium hydroxide. While the two stratums are thoroughly mixed, the aspirin allow react with the sodium hydroxi de in the privy layer, which then migrates to the aqueous layer and can be easily separated in a separatory funnel.Adding some dilute hydrochloric acid to the aqueous solution restores let go of aspirin as an insoluble white solid evaporating the solvent from the bottom layer leaves the acetanilide behind. Experimental For the separation of sucrose, we weighed out 3. 048g of Panacetin onto a filter, and 50 mL of dichloromethane in a graduated cylinder. Then we transferred both the panacetin and dichloromethane into an Erlenmeyer flask and stirred it until the panacetin was dissolved. We let it dry by gravity and set it excursus to dry. The filter paper weighed about 1. 320g and sucrose weighed out at 1. 028g.saccharose also ended up on the outside rim of the filter paper. We then last to separate the aspirin. We measured 30mL of NaHCO3 and mixed it with 7mL of 6M HCl. We drained the organic layer into a pre-weighed Erlenmeyer flask and save it for recovery of acetanilide. We to ok the combined aqueous extracts in an Erlenmeyer flask, and acidify the aqueous solution by slow addition, with stirring, of 20 mL of 6M HCl. We made sure the solution is strongly acidic by testing it with litmus paper acquire a pH of 2. We then cooled the mixture to room temperature swirling the flask occasionally in an ice bath.We collected the aspirin by vacuum filtration and washed the aspirin on the filter with cold distilled water. We let it air dry for 30-35 minutes and then weighed the aspirin. It weighed out at 0. 513g. The unknown component was calculated and weighed at 0. 738g. Results When we were coalesce the filtration and letting it vent periodically, we lost some of it. So our percent recovery is as follows The unknown component weighed 0. 738g. And our percent composition is as follows Discussion Sucrose is insoluble in the organic solvent dichloromethane (CH2 Cl2). acetylsalicylic acid, acetanilide, and phenacetin are soluble in dichloromethane but relatively so luble in water. Aspirin reacts with bases such as sodium bicarbonate to form a salt, sodium acetylsalicylate, which is insoluble in water. Acetanilide and phenacetin are not converted into salts by sodium bicarbonate. The Reciprocal (Interconversion) of Aspirin and its Sodium Salt Conclusion The breakdown of Panacetin Mix panacetin with CH2 Cl2 and you will remove a solid which is sucrose and youll get a filtrate of aspirin and an unknown substance. Then you will extract the aspirin with NaHCO3 to get an organic layer and a water layer.The bottom layer for us was the organic layer, while the top layer was the water layer. After figuring out the organic layer you mix the unknown with CH2 Cl2, and then you will evaporate to leave just the unknown substance. When you figure out which layer was the water layer, youll mix sodium salicylate and H2O. You will then add HCl until the pH direct of the solution reaches 2. After the pH reaces2, you have aspirin which proves that as long as yo u follow the directions in this lab, you will have indeed separated the aspirin from the panacetin.
Sunday, May 26, 2019
Have you ever considered reading a book while campaign? If not then why would you school schoolbook edition and exertion? movement is something that requires your full attention. When you open up your cell phone to send a text or receive a text then you might as well get out a book and start reading. Suppose you are unprompted down the road and your phone alerts you that you wee a text message coming in, when you grab for that phone you are a victim of visual, cognitive, and manual distraction. Many people have lost their lives due to visual distraction. When you express your eyes off of the road, it only takes one second to suffice an accident.I am sure if sixteen year old Ashley Johnson could start her day all over she would. On May the 15 this exceptional, popular tenth grader had been texting while driving when she hit a pickup head on. She was in critical care for several(prenominal) days before dying sustained to injuries that occur during her accident. not only did she lose her living but someone lost their daughter, granddaughter, sister and ally. If only she could have concealressed until she stopped driving. Patrick Sims is another prime example of why you should not text and fight off. Patrick and his girlfriend were driving down the road the day before Thanksgiving.Patrick was texting a friend when his girlfriend started screaming, as he looked up there was a bicyclist so close to the front of his vehicle that he could not avoid impinging him. This was a sixty three year old grandfather that was out riding his bike for health reasons, minding his own business. Now this is something that this young man has to stool with for the rest of his life. He told CBS during an interview that he wished that he could have another chance he also told them that the image of this man lying on the path dead would never leave his mind.I remember texting one time while I was driving and it was the first time and the last. I got a text message and I wasnt going to read it but I was scared it was my mom or about my mom because she was sick. I was going to wait till I stopped at the red-light to check it but it was conscionable too tempting to wait so I grabbed my phone to read my text when I ran off of the side of the road. That was a stupid decision on my behalf. It was only my niece wanting to turn in what I was doing. It was not just my life in danger it was also my childrens. I decided that day that I would never read a text again while driving.I am just thankful and fortunate that I got another chance. I honestly believe when you put yourself or someone elses life in jeopardy by texting it is not an accident. You know exactly what you are doing when you open that phone and start typing or reading. Texting should not be just ban from people that snub automobiles but it should also be for people who drive trains and buses. It is a cognitive distraction when you take your mind off of what you are doing. On September the or dinal two thousand and ten, Robert Sanchez a commuter train engineer started his day like every other day.Im sure when he unexpended his home that morning he never thought it would be his last day returning home. During the day Robert was texting and receiving text from a young guy who he mentors. Robert did not yield and hit a freight train head on killing twenty five people and injuring eighty more than. Robertss life was taking that day instantly. His life was taken just because he answered a text letting this young boy know where he was. This could have been prevented. Not only is his family grieving but so are all of the innocent lives that were taking that day.If you feel like you are too tempted to text while driving then you postulate to turn off your phone until you get stopped or put it away where you cannot reach it. Texting applyt only cause you to take your mind off of your driving but when your texting you dont have on your hands on the wheel. When you are driving it is important that you drive with your hands not your knees or your forearm. Im sure some people dont think manual distraction is such a big issue when it comes to driving, but trust me it is. It is just as important as visual or cognitive distraction. Any time that you are driving you need to avoid all three distractions.You have a better chance reacting to a situation if you are driving with both hands. I know a young lady that went to school with my nephew. She was driving home one day after school, it was her and her little brother Ben. Sarah was texting while driving, Ben said that she had her knee up under the steering wheel driving and she came upon a curve and she just couldnt react fast enough and lost control, she was killed. Her brother survived this terrible cataclysm physically but not mentally. It has been ten years now and this young man is still seeing his sister lay beside him in this car discharge from the head and not responsive.I feel like people are just sel fish when it comes to texting. I know a lot of people dont think about the consequences but its time that people wake up and see what texting and driving can do to families. I perceive that texting is the new fad and some people rather text then talk. Texting is not a necessity to life. Many people have lost their lives because they make the wrong choice. Im sure if the victims that have been involved in a misfortune could have another chance to drive without texting and take more responsibility for their actions they would.Driving is something that takes all the attention you can offer. That includes watching where youre going, keeping your mind on what youre doing and keeping both hands where they need to be. If you feel like you just cant wait to text pull over to a safe place and text. Before you text and drive again visualize a loved one in your life and ask yourself this question, is it fair to them that I am being so selfish, not care if I take my life or someone elses life ? I promise you that youre not going to die if you have to wait to text but if you dont wait to text you will definitely die.
Saturday, May 25, 2019
Introduction and Research Question The topic, which, we will research, is the perception and/or reception of the nude child and teen progress personify in art and the media. The hypothesis that we open concluded is that children and teenagers posing nude for art or in the media is seen as the cause for over-sexualization in children and teenagers. The in the raw be has been a topic of art and seen in the media as an ongoing issue.Child and teenage nudity has been featured in art from the fourteenth and 15th century, as well as in renaissance art, controversially done Bill Hensons vulnerabilityy and in modern fashion shoots featuring teenage celebrities such as Miley Cyrus. This research proposal will aim to find the sales booth of University students when shown images of teenage nudity in art and the media. This issue is an important research topic as opinions surrender varied in society about the impact and appropriateness of teenagers featuring in these public platforms a nd whether this is a cause of over-sexualisation.The effect of this issue will avow on the individual opinions in society of the definition of art. The main people being affected by this issue atomic number 18 the teenage population who have access to any media forms and art. The artists, such as Bill Henson atomic number 18 also affected as they are accused of producing inappropriate art even though they are trying to portray youth. This topic interests a large percentage of the population including teenagers, parents, media viewers and media producers.To carry out this research a revolve around collection will be held involving under calibrate Mass Communications and Media students from Murdoch University. The opinions, beliefs and attitudes will be gathered concerning the chosen topic to because be able to compile a research report based on the findings of the focus stem. Literature Review Child and adolescent nudity has taken commonplace in art passim history, from reinc arnation paintings and sculptures to apparitional masterpieces.As time has gone on and technology has advanced these depictions of child and teen nudity have changed, and are often frowned upon in todays society today photographs, artworks and media of teenagers and children sore are often challenged as being sexualized or adult and nudity has stick a exceedingly controversial area with regards to children. For centuries naked children have been depicted in religious painting and scenes in the forms of cherubs, which are usually naked, posed winged toddlers.In the 14th and 15th centuries these biblical children were not seen as real children but as symbolic religious representations of children, and this distinction was very clear. In these depictions, presenting children nude was usually seen as presenting them in the form that God had made them and was done to highlight their purity. But with the development of realism and photography this line has now become blurred. Due to the realism of photography it has drive people to believe that it is real, and as a result there is confusion between iconic symbolic children, and the general child. Gittins 1998, 119) During the Italian Renaissance era nude boys were often featured in paintings, especially in those with biblical themes. However, centuries later many artists began to depict paintings of nude children that carried no religious reference or context. For instance, Henry Scott Tuke painted nude adolescent boys doing everyday activities and although these paintings were not overly erotic and showed no genitalia they were a step outdoor(a) from the traditional biblical naked children. Johnson 2005, 102-104) Just a century after Tuke sentienceted depicting nude children in everyday activities professional photographers presented photographic exhibitions and books of posed naked children and adolescents. When Bill Hensons exhibition opened on the 22nd of May 2008 many obliges were scripted expressing t he controversy and public opinions of the featured child nudity. An article written by David L. Isaacs and Thomas G. Isaacs titled Is child nudity in art ever pornographic was published in the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health.This article discusses the important debate on censoring, which followed Bill Hensons exhibition. This debate between the two authors resulted in the view that censorship laws regarding the depiction of children in art are needful to stop the exploitation of children. Yet a strong belief was evident that censorship is not needed to protect the public from being corrupted by viewing pornographic material. The knowledge and opinions of a pediatrician enables a professional opinion, which reflects the concern for childrens wellbeing.The opinion of a Fine Arts Honours graduate provides the knowledge of what art is and what role it plays within society. The focus group planned will effectively explore University students views on censorship. This literatur e provides an interesting debate, which our focus group will aim to further with a sample of students to give a broader opinion than what is present in this journal article. The month following Bill Hensons controversial exhibition, June 2008, an Australian Government Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts released a report titled Sexualisation of Children in the Contemporary Media.This Government catalogue stated that the inappropriate sexualisation of children in Australia is an increasing concern. It acknowledged the complexity of defining clear boundaries and accepted that it is a significant cultural challenge. The research planned by our team will respond to the lack of research, which was acknowledge in the Government report, on the effect of child sexualisation in the Media by providing a current viewpoint of University students.University students will be able to express the viewpoints, which for ethical reasons cannot be feignd from minors. Since 2008 many photos of Miley Cyrus some intended and some not have surfaced on the Internet. Numerous articles of the Disney star who plays Hanna Montanna have appeared. In the June issue of Vanity seemly 2008 a photo of Miley topless, clutching a silk bed sheet to her chest, with only her bare back exposed featured. Factors of these photos lead to controversy, even though it was an aesthetic piece and she was predominately covered.The article titled Miley Cyrus gluey photo shoot written by Courtney Hazlett discusses how It didnt take long for Miley Cyrus fans (and their parents) to become outraged over racy photos of the 15-year-old that appear in the June issue of Vanity Fair. Miley has commented in the article produced by the MSN Entertainment that I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be artistic and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed I never intended for any of this to see and I apologize to my fans who I care so deeply about. There has been an increase with teenagers taking part in these artistic photo shoots but is it rightfully art? Many reviewers argue that this is not, and that the teenagers are being taken advantage of by their parents making these decisions for them. Also stating that later on in life these photos could have a bad effect them. Psychologists are saying that it may bring on the over sexualisation of teenagers, by not giving them the opportunity to go through their teenage years pictorially and mature with age not acting older than they are with sexual expectations that they are not ready for. (American Psychological Association).With the availableness of the internet other personal photos of Miley were released where she is showing her green bra and also her stomach is out as she is wearing a midriff laying on a boy does this have a link to the Vanity Fair shoot and is it a result of the medias pressure taking a toll on her personal life as her parents where not happy with the nud e shot. In Disneys release of its own statement about the Vanity Fair story, the Disney Channel, which broadcasts Cyruss series Hannah Montana, say Unfortunately, as the article suggests, a situation was created to deliberately manipulate a 15-year-old in order to sell magazines. However in the Vanity Fair issue Miley knows best Miley comments that the pose was Annie Leibovitzs idea. The topless but demure portrait accompanying this article could be seen as another baby step, toward a more mature profile. I think its really artsy, Cyrus says. It wasnt in a skanky expressive style. And you cant say no to Annie. Shes so cute. She gets this puppy-dog look and youre like, O. K. Leibowitz has chimed in, too, saying that it was never her intent to portray Cyrus in any negative light. Im sorry that my portrait of Miley has been misinterpreted, Leibovitz said in a statement released by Vanity Fair. The photograph is a simple, classic portrait, shot with very little makeup, and I think i t is very beautiful. (Miley Cyrus embarrassing photo shoot The Scoop 2008) Research Method The research method of focus group referenceing has been assigned. This method entails qualitative research. The aim is to find out the opinions and attitudes of the interviewees, who are selected as a purposive sample of the target market. The focus group interviewees are lead with open-ended questions that will be asked through out the discussion.A focus group includes a role of a moderator and a researcher. The moderator conducts the focus group serving as discussion leader to the other members. The moderator is briefed by the researcher and provided with a moderators discussion guide. The role of the researcher involves many preparatory and other activities including, obtaining ethics and clearance of the project, finding suitable group members, they deal with all date and hiring of the venues and moderator, they tape all audio/ visual recordings, analysis the data and prepare the sum mary report of findings.This process of interviewing and gathering research is a valuable way of collecting data, because it is a direct way of finding answers to specific questions, which may not be obtainable through other research methods. A organise interview is especially good when discussing controversial sensitive issues, such as the issue we are focal point on in our research question. From our group interview we are hoping to gain information and peoples views of teenage and child representation in art and the media today, and whether they think children are being sexualized or it is the natural and reasonable extension of art.Each person in our group focused on a specific area of our research question. Chelsea looked at the history of naked children and teens in art and the media. Millie focused on nudity and the sexualisation of children and teenagers in art today, using bill Henson as an example. Whilst Deanna looked at the sexualisation of teenagers in todays media, f ocusing on the Miley Cyrus vogue photo shoot. Focus Group Draft Questions Has societys view on nudity drastically changed in the last century?Do you think one of the major reasons for these different views are the advances in technology eg mass communication, photography) Is society as a whole more sexualized than it was several(prenominal) centuries ago? Do you think Renaissance art was completely asexual as critics say it is, or do you think that perhaps even then there was a sexual element to the depiction of naked children? Is there any context in which you believe it is appropriate today to depict naked children? What do you define as being art? What do you define as being pornographic material? Showing a Bill Henson photograph of a young nude girl) In your personal reaction do you consider this photograph to be artistic or pornographic? And why? Do you believe parental consent should allow 12-13 year old to participate in nude photography? Do you believe that the children in t hese photographs will be affected by this experience in the future? Why or why not? Do you think that this photo of Miley is provocative or artistic? As Miley Cyrus is a child role model/ celebrity do you think it is a good idea for photos like this to be taking or do you think it sets a bad example for the younger children that admire her so much?When this photo shoot was taken Miley was 15 years of age do you think this photo is age appropriate for her? Do you think that the media has placed pressure on Miley to produce a photo like this at her age? When looking at this photo what age do you think Miley looks and what do you feel that the photo is portraying? References American Psychological Association, Report of the APA occupation Force. Sexualization of Girls, 2007 (accessed August 28, 2010) D, Isaacs, T, Isaacs. 2010. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. Is child nudity in art ever pornographic?Blackwell Publishing Inc. www. scopus. com. prospero. murdoch. edu. au (acces sed August 28, 2010) Grittins, Diana. 1998. The Child in Question. London Macmillan Press LTD Johnson, Geraldine A. 2005. Renaissance Art A Very Short Introduction. New York Oxford University Press Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts. Sexualisation of children in the contemporaneous media, Commonwealth of Australia 2008 published June 2008. (accessed August 28, 2010) Annotated Bibliography American Psychological Association, Report of the APA Task Force.Sexualization of Girls, 2007 This report was written by a task force which was created in the chemical reaction to journalists, child advocacy organisations, parents and psychologists who have argued that the sexualisation of girls is a broad issue in society and that it is an increasing problem which harms girls. This report gave an overview of psychological theory to assist in the understanding of the psychological harms of the over sexualisation of young girls and teenagers. It defines sexualisation an d gives examples of it appearing in society. D, Isaacs, T, Isaacs. 2010.Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. Is child nudity in art ever pornographic? Blackwell Publishing Inc. www. scopus. com. prospero. murdoch. edu. au This article written by David L. Isaacs and Thomas G. Isaacs titled Is child nudity in art ever pornographic was published in the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. This article discusses the important debate on censorship, which followed Bill Hensons exhibition. This debate between the two authors resulted in the view that censorship laws regarding the depiction of children in art are needed to stop the exploitation of children.Yet a strong belief was evident that censorship is not needed to protect the public from being corrupted by viewing pornographic material. Grittins, Diana. 1998. The Child in Question. London Macmillan Press LTD This Book Focuses on children and their place in the past and in todays society. The book focuses on the innocence of ch ildren and how that innocence has changed over time. It also explores the rights that adults hold over children and other theories that society has of children. Johnson, Geraldine A. 2005.Renaissance Art A Very Short Introduction. New York Oxford University Press This Book focuses on Renaissance art and the part it played in European art. It does focus on particular areas of Renaissance art such as the techniques used and how stories were told through the art. The book draws on many famous Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts. Sexualisation of children in the contemporary media, Commonwealth of Australia 2008 published June 2008.The Australian Government Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts developed this report, titled Sexualisation of Children in the Contemporary Media. The report acknowledged the issue of the sexualisation of children in the media and the complexiti es of defining clear boundaries. This report has enabled us to acquire a Government perspective on the issue. The research carried out in this report outlined professional opinions of psychologists, pediatricians as well as the viewpoint of Australian parents.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition in which a person sweats excessively and unpredictably . People with hyperhidrosis may sweat even when the temperature is cool or when they are at rest . This condition is attacking most of the human population and is actually quiet catastrophic in many ways although most people do not take note of it . Its can cause low self esteem and a decrease in the level of confidence for the person having this condition . I am sure most of the students in this class have this condition .2. intermit the topicHere , i will tell you about the treatments that can be taken to cure or at least help chasten this condition . Through a lot of studies , there are various ways that can be taken to reduce or even cloture this condition . Medical treatments such as Iontophoresis where a patient will sit with their hands , feet , or both in a modify tray of water for about 20 to 30 minutes, while a low electrical current travels through the water . Simpler methods are by using antiperspirant in daily life or taking a shower moreoften . The last resort is to undergo a surgery .3. Establish credibilityThere is a friend of mine who is suffering from this condition whereby , she has a very low level of confidence . Since she is working in the corporate orbit , she has to meet with a lot of people and this condition is preventing her from doing a good job . Thus after undergoing a surgery , her problem were resolved . 4. take in the body of the speechThus , those who are suffering from this condition should not worry . There are ways to cure this condition . See a doctor and ask for advise . Its better late than never
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
This statement can be true on one hand due to various factors during the early years of the state of matteral socialist propaganda regime. There are many things which could be said about the nazi propaganda and the methods which were used. national socialist propaganda provided a crucial instrument for acquiring and maintaining power, and for the implementation of their policies, including the pursuit of add war and the extermination of millions of people in the Holocaust. German propaganda was extremely important to the course of World War II.By taking control of the media and yet picture or broadcasting Nazi material, the Reich was able to force outively flood Germany with its propaganda. There were many different themes of Nazi propaganda during the early regime, one being Volksgemeinschaft which was the idea of a perfect family. This theme of propaganda was to try and persuade the German families that each family should be perfect with a working mother, four children and a f amily house.This was probably one of the more or less persuasive of the German themes of Nazi propaganda as it was ideal for the German nation to have perfect lives in which will help each family grow to be a part of the process of rebuilding Germany, it called upon each German to show unity throughout the country. Also a major theme of which Nazi propaganda was represent was eugenics. This came under heavy criticism due to the fact that it was against the Catholic Church which at the time was the biggest religion spread over the world.Historian, Welch, has argued the point that he supposes Nazi propaganda was more successful in putting Hitler over with the German people rather than putting the Nazi policies over. This is a case of the Hitler Myth which is what many people believe to be that Hitler was promoted as a saviour to the German nation after all of the disasters of WW1 and the Treaty of Versailles.Things such as the poster on Germans buying only German goods within the c ountry, it also says German Week/German Goods/German Labor, which is a propaganda method to bestow across the point that the Germans work for the goods each workweek and therefore they should buy their own goods as a sign of respect towards the country. It also has a short and catchy slogan which would cause a knockon effect throughout Germany.This Nazi propaganda poster was published during the 1930s and was a great part of Nazi propaganda as the majority of Germans took notice of the slogan and what the poster was trying to get across to the German public. Another poster which was published within the 1930s was a poster which was against handicapped German citizens as the Nazis felt that handicapped people were a waste of German goods and a waste in the community. The poster reads This genetically ill person will cost our peoples community 60,000 marks over his lifetime.Citizens, that i your money. The point that this message is trying to get across to the German society was th at handicaps could not pay back enough sufficient effort to the German nation and were wasting marks. This poster was quite successful as it proved to be another Nazi propaganda method which would make the German people begin to authorize that Nazis were trying to create a better life for the men and women who could work for the country and support the Nazi reign.However as the years progressed and the Nazi propaganda methods began to thudding down during the war, it became clear to alot of Germans that the Nazi propaganda was just infact lies and methods of making them believe that everything about the Nazi Party was for the greater good of the German nation. It became apparent to the Germans that the Nazi propaganda wasnt very putting across the Nazi policies very well to the Germans, more putting Hitlers views across and that Hitler should be supported in whatever he views to be the unspoilt way forward for the German people.During 1941, a novel named Germany Must Perish , wr itten and self-published by Theodore N. Kaufman was released. The Nazis used this book in a piece of propaganda to adduce that the Jews were plotting against Germany. The Nazis reacted to the book by calling it an orgy of Jewish hatred and then accused Roosevelt of having inspired the book. A controversial point of the books effect was on September 8 1941 when the Jews of Hanover were forced from their homes. However the book was claimed not to have had a real impact for propaganda on Nazi genocide policies and was ignored by many Germans.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
wart also learned from his experiences as a snake that snakes werent deaf at all, they can still hear victimization one/ two ear(s). Wart then met a serpent named T. Natural, a patient and gentle serpent who taught Wart about snakes, history, and legends. T first told Wart about his education being neglected as a snake and how he cant distinguish a T. Natural. Wart was then told about the reptiles history, including the two families Totalitarians manias and the Curators incisors.The capital of Georgia family had very huge descendants, while the Cerate family was about 17 feet long, but razor sharp teeth that were giant. The serpent T told Wart about these two families and how they continuously battled and flee from each other. T then told Wart about how the python lost its venom. The python released his venom in fury after he saw that he transported earth to the 7th heaven. The poison then fell onto trees, water snakes, frogs, and cobras. In order to prevent chaos, the leader Aun t E told the venomous animals to use their poison in self defense.The frog and water snake did not agree, so they lost their poison due to water. Wart learned many things from his experience as a snake talking to other snakes. Annotations 1. In chapter 15, why was Sir Sector so upset that the King sent hunters to kill boars in the forest? Sir Sector argued that he wanted to instead hunt down the boars with his own team and hounds and generate the king. This is unreasonable because the hounds or hunters can be killed in a boar hunt, so Sir Sector should be grateful that he King is sending his own men and dogs to hunt.I think the only reason Sir Sector is angry is because he has to supply and nourish the hunters and their dogs until the goal Is achieved. 2. On the bottom of page 194, what Is the song that is being sung? I dont know how to Interpret this as a song moreover for the rhyming such as puddle and fuddle. There are many slash marks and weird words such as, E could rent alp It, e AD to. This is too confusing and I have no idea to what it may be. 3. On page 185,
Introduction to market Research As to its definition, selling Research is the motion of gathering, analyzing and interpreting information approximately a market, about a product or service to be offered for sale in that market, and about the past, present and potential customers for the product or service explore into the characteristics, pass habits, location and needs of your businesss target market, the industry as a whole, and the particular competitors you face. It serves marketing management by providing information which is relevant to decision making.The manager or some former(a) individual initiating the inquiry must put up guidance to the looker in the form of a look for brief. This document should state the purpose of the enquiry, its objectives, the beat by which it must be completed, the budget to which the researcher must work in developing the research design and the timing and oftenness of any interim reports which the researcher is expected to thrust. T he Marketing research Process. Marketing research is gathered using a systematic approach. An example of one follows 1. Define the problem. Never tolerate research for things that you would like to know.Make sure that you really need to know something. The problem then becomes the focus of the research. The objective of the research should be defined clearly. To ensure that the true decision problem is addressed, it is useful for the researcher to outline attainable scenarios of the research results and then for the decision maker to formulate plans of action under each scenario. The use of such(prenominal) scenarios apprise ensure that the purpose of the research is agreed upon beforehand it commences. For example, why be sales dropping in New Zealand? 2. How allow you collect the entropy that you bequeath analyze to solve your problem?Do we conduct a telephone survey, or do we arrange a focus group? Marketing research washbowl classified in one of three categories alpha research descriptive research Causal research These classifications are made according to the objective of the research. In some cases the research leave behind fall into one of these categories, but in other cases different phases of the same research project go out fall into different categories. Exploratory research has the goal of formulating problems more precisely, clarifying concepts, gathering explanations, gaining shrewdness, eliminating impractical ideas, and forming hypotheses.Exploratory research so-and-so be performed using a literature search, surveying reliable people about their experiences, focus groups, and case studies. When surveying people, exploratory research studies would not try to acquire a typical standard, but rather, seek to interview those who are knowledgeable and who might be able to provide insight concerning the relationship among variables. Case studies can include contrasting situations or benchmarking against an organization known for it s excellence. Exploratory research may develop hypotheses, but it does not seek to test them.Exploratory research is characterized by its flexibility. Descriptive research is more rigid than exploratory research and seeks to describe users of a product, determine the proportion of the universe that uses a product, or predict future demand for a product. As opposed to exploratory research, descriptive research should define questions, people surveyed, and the method of outline prior to beginning data collection. In other words, the who, what, where, when, why, and how aspects of the research should be defined.Such preparation allows one the opportunity to make any required changes before the costly process of data collection has begun. There are two basic types of descriptive research longitudinal studies and cross-sectional studies. Longitudinal studies are time series analyses that make repeated measurements of the same individuals, frankincense allowing one to monitor behavior s uch as brand-switching. However, longitudinal studies are not necessarily phonation since many people may refuse to participate because of the commitment required. Cross-sectional studies judge the population to make measurements at a specific point in time.A special type of cross-sectional analysis is a cohort analysis, which tracks an aggregate of individuals who experience the same event within the same time separation over time. Cohort analyses are useful for long-term forecasting of product demand. Causal research seeks to let out cause and effect relationships between variables. It accomplishes this goal through laboratory and field experiments. 3. Select a take in method. Do we us a hit-or-miss sample, stratified sample, or cluster sample? The take purge is the pool from which the interviewees are chosen. The telephone book often is used as a sampling frame, but have some shortcomings.Telephone books exclude those households that do not have telephones and those house holds with unlisted numbers. Since a certain percentage of the numbers listed in a phone book are out of service, there are many people who have just moved who are not sampled. Such sampling biases can be overcome by using random digit dialing. Mall intercepts represent another sampling frame, though there are many people who do not tell on at malls and those who shop more often will be over-represented unless their answers are weighted in inverse proportion to their frequency of mall shopping.In designing the research study, one should consider the potential errors. Two sources of errors are random sampling error and non-sampling error. Sampling errors are those due to the fact that there is a non-zero confidence interval of the results because of the sample size being less than the population being studied. Non-sampling errors are those caused by faulty coding, mendacious responses, respondent fatigue, etc. There is a tradeoff between sample size and cost. The larger the sample size, the smaller the sampling error but the higher the cost.After a certain point the smaller sampling error cannot be justified by the additional cost. While a larger sample size may reduce sampling error, it actually may increase the total error. There are two reasons for this effect. First, a larger sample size may reduce the ability to follow up on non-responses. Second, even if there is a sufficient number of interviewers for follow-ups, a larger number of interviewers may result in a less uniform interview process. 4. How will we analyze any data collected? What software will we use? What degree of accuracy is required?Before analysis can be performed, raw data must be transformed into the right format. First, it must be redact so that errors can be corrected or omitted. The data must then be coded this function converts the edited raw data into numbers or symbols. A codebook is created to document how the data was coded. Finally, the data is tabulated to itemise the num ber of samples falling into various categories. 5. Decide upon a budget and a timeframe. 6. Go back and turn to to the managers or clients requesting the research. Make sure that you agree on the problemIf you gain approval, then move on to step seven. 7. Go ahead and collect the data. 8. Conduct the analysis of the data. 9. Check for errors. It is not uncommon to invite errors in sampling, data collection method, or analytic mistakes. 10. Write your final report. This will contain charts, tables, and diagrams that will communicate the results of the research, and hopefully lead to a solution to your problem. Watch out for errors in interpretation. Sources of Data master(a) and Secondary There are two main sources of data primary and secondary. Primary research is conducted from scratch. It is professional and collected to solve the problem in hand. -Secondary research, also known as desk research, already exists since it has been collected for other purposes. Marketing researc h by itself does not arrive at marketing decisions, nor does it guarantee that the organization will be successful in marketing its products. However, when conducted in a systematic, analytical, and objective manner, marketing research can reduce the uncertainty in the decision-making process and increase the probability and magnitude of success.
Monday, May 20, 2019
Eitzen How does the Benedictine evaluate of Community relate to individual isolation? And/or how does the Benedictine value of lever for Persons relate to impoverishment and inequality? According to the Benedictine Rule 4-Respect for Persons you are to Honor everyone and never do to another you do not want done to yourself. Recognizing the image of God in to each one person and honoring each one in their giftedness and limitations.If, in fact, we are practicing excessive individualism then this is directly related to meagreness and inequality today. Poverty in the United States officially refers to people who fall below the official want line. In general, however, distress is a complex subject that depends not only on official definitions only if on the perspectives of people as well. For example, if we were to look at the actual numbers of poor people, we may pass that whites have a lower proportion of people in poverty than other racial groups.But if we looked at poverty solely by age we would find that children under the age of 18 are the around likely to be poor and that many of the elderly live only slightly above the poverty line. By practicing excessive individualism we are promoting inequality. We are keeping one group of people at a particular level by having those who have the most power and money make the rules for those in a less favorable position. Individualism also keeps us from feeling obligated to others and when we feel no obligation we are less likely to help someone in pauperization.In addition when we feel no obligation we also feel no sense of community and this will eventually lead to isolation. We need to realize that we cannot survive on our own, we need others in order to survive and thrive. If we were to follow the Benedicitine rule of Respect for Persons thither would be no poverty because you would not want to be in poverty yourself and there would be no inequality, as you would not want to be unequal.
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Biometrics Meredith Thomas Strayer University 1 Biometrics, according to Foster, is the science of using applied science to mechanically identify an individual based on physical, biological, and behavioral characteristics. There atomic number 18 two classification systems in biometrics and they are physiological and behavioral. Physiological characteristics pertain to fingerprints, facial recognition, DNA, hand geometry, the shape of your trunk, pin recognition, and so on Behavioral characteristics pertain to fathom recognition, handwriting, the way that you walk, etc.There are also two categories for the use of this biometric information and they are access control, and remote identification. Access control pertains to the prevention of others from gaining access to information. Remote identification helps to identify a person through fingerprints or hand geometry. According to global protective cover. org (2000-2010) they deport given biometric technologies the following ch aracteristics Universality all person should have the characteristic. People who are mute or without fingerprints will need to be accommodated in some way.Uniqueness Generally, no two people have identical characteristics. However, identical twins are impenetrable to distinguish. Permanence The characteristics should not vary with time. A persons face, for example, may alteration with age. Collectability The characteristics must be slow collectible and measurable. Performance The method must deliver accurate results under varied environmental circumstances. Acceptability The general public must accept the sample collection routines. Nonintrusive methods are more acceptable. Circumvention The technology should be difficult to deceive. Now lets get more into biometrics Fingerprinting is virtuoso of the most popular physiological characteristics in biometrics. No two people on this earth have the exact same fingerprint, which helps in distinguishing where a person has been, and wh at they have touched. Once a criminals fingerprints have been enter in IAFIS (the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System), then they are permanently recorded and easily traced. Another physiological characteristic is facial recognition, which is newer to the scene than fingerprints.While it may be unmatched of the easiest to use, the environment in which it is employ definitely controls it. A mug-shot is the ideal way to capture facial recognition, because it is a controlled environment. One of my pet physiological characteristics is the use of the iris for identification. According to globalsecurity. org (2000-2010), The technology is based upon the fact that no two iris patterns are alike (the probability is higher than that of fingerprints). The iris is a protected organ which makes the identification possibilities lifelong. Criminals may be able to duplicate fingerprints, hardly not irises. Some behavioral characteristics associated with biometrics are, handw riting and voice recognition. Every person has their own unique handwriting, it is measured by the rhythm, pressure, and flow that one applies to the paper plot of ground writing. Voice verification is tough to analyze, because a persons voice changes if they have a cold, or if they are over-excited, anxious, nervous, afraid. Background noise is also a factor. All of the above mentioned characteristics can be used in access control and remote identification.Iris identification is used more and more ofdecade for security purposes in passports, hospitals, high profile building access, etc. 3 There are new and appear technologies in the biometrics field such as vein scan, facial thermography, DNA matching, blood pulse, uncase elements, nailbed identification, gait recognition, and ear shape. Vein scan is a non intrusive scan of the veins on the back of ones hands hand, they are very unique patterns that are formed before birth, and only change in size throughout ones lifetime.Facia l thermography is very similar to facial recognition, except an invisible camera is used. Skin elements are an interesting biometric technology because just like fingerprints or irises everyones scratch up makeup is different. Gait recognition is one technology that I would have never thought of, but it makes a lot of sense. According to globalsecurity. org, A persons musculature essentially limits the variation of motion, and bill requires no contact with the person. One disadvantage to gait recognition could be loose fitting clothing, the body is hidden and you dont have much to compare. Everyday new and different technologies are emerging in the biometrics field. I cant wait to see what happens in the next ten years, and what I will have to look forward to working with in the future. 4 Foster, Raymond E. (2005). Police Technology. Pearson apprentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. http//www. globalsecurity. org/security/systems/biometrics. htm Site monitored by John Pik e.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
The quieten in 1930s is delivered by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, to construct up a permanent peace in Europe any bit true(p) as to avoid the war against Nazi Germany. Chamberlain created comfort indemnity based on three aims foremost, to debar the danger of war, 2nd, to make conditions in which dialogues can name topographic point and, 3rd, to charter about the success of those dialogues so that they many strengthen corporate security, farther Germany s return to the group discussion and, in a happier atmosphere, allow those larger dialogues on economic affairs and on affairs of statements to take topographic point 1 However, the eruption of war that followed, proved that the policy has clearly failed and it is besides lock in argued as the one of chief grounds to break out World War II. This essay pull up stakes discourse about the cause of the de unless of calming and why it is untenable in international dealingss. aft(prenominal) World War I, the Grea t Depression that followed forced totalistic governments to emerge around Europe, such as Fascism in Italy, Socialism in Soviet Union and Nazism in Germany. In Germany, it was Hitler who followed a totalitarian province and pursued a revisionist foreign policy after he became a Chancellor of the treasury in January 1933. While UK and France were seeking to avoid a war and heal from the great depression caused by World War I, Hitler strongly believed that another(prenominal) war was needed to break-out from poorness every bit good as Versailles . Hitler so started to denounce Versailles from March 1935 by re-introducing mandatory muster. However, UK and France have exclusively issued formal protests in response, which concluded with weakening of Versailles System in favor of Germany, due to the fright of war.While the procedure of calming was detaining any clear reply, Italy has invaded Abyssinia. This provided Hitler with clip and chance to beef up and remilitarize Rhineland while UK and France dealt with Italy. France was entitled to reoccupy Rhineland, but France did non desire to move unless UK acted. UK did non desire to step in as they thought remilitarization was non a gross misdemeanor. Neither UK nor France wanted to take serious duty that had any opportunity of get downing another war.Munich, 29th September 1938 was the flood tide of this failure of calming. Hitler demanded return of Sudeten. UK sought to intercede, and the parts of Sudeten with German bulge out transferred to the custodies of Germany. In late September Hitler raised his bets, demanding immediate transportation of whole Sudeten to Germany. Chamberlain and Daladier accepted Italian In March 1939.Furthermore, Hitler invaded Czech states of Bohemia and Moravia. Neither France nor UK confronted Hitler1 Anthony Eden in the House of Commons, March 26 1936.The ground UK computer backuped calming is that the populace was non ready for war and UK was still retrieving from the 1929 c risis. Besides, France was un imparting to confront Hitler without UK s support. They merely wanted to get away from war and understate their duty as they sought strong support of another state.This development of calming shows the unorganized allied European states which neer meet with clear sagacity to compact the menace German forces possessed, and the wonder that was brought with the construct of calming gave opportunity for Germany to turn without any peer for to a great extent armed European allied forces e?ie ie?i ?ie ee e-?i-?i ?iz?e iei? i? e? iii? i ii? , e?e?e e?ie eee? ii?e?i i?e?i i?i?eii-?e ieziSi eeii i?e i-?e?e?e?i? ei ?ie?i? policye continuee?e?e . Trying to chance of war or whether Britain and France would hold been better off traveling to war earlier instead than subsequently, loss could be less. The confusion and struggle bought clip for Germany. If the calming was scrapped and the western European states pressured the turning Germany so the face of European fib may hold been changed because of the fact that Germany already lost the First World War was besides needed to be considered.i , iee ieziSe e?i e?ii-? i? ii ii? iZ?e? e?i e?ii i?iSiS?ei/ii? i ?e ?i? eii?iz? i?e ?i? ie iz?eii eei ie/ieziSi e?i e?ie e?ee eii?e? e?i e?ii? e?i ?i?e?ee e?i e?iei i iY?i? i?i?e ee?e . e?ee? , e?i e?ii? ie/ieziSi i?e ?e e?i?i-? ei eiz? e?ii i ii ?i eii ? i?i?i , i i? ii? e?i? i-e? i iY?i? ieYi? i?eS ee?i? ee ee? ieze?e eie ?ie ie?i?e?i? 2i? i?e?e?i i ei-?ie?e .UK and France lost credibleness because UK and France did non maintain their committedness. They warned Hitler that if he attacked Poland, they would declare war on Germany. By this clip, nevertheless, Hitler no long believed their menaces. If an adversary issues a menace that it has the power to transport out, and an involvement in making so, the menace will be believed, even if that state has bluffed in the past. But if it makes a menace that it lacks the power to transport out, or has no invo lvement in making so, the credibleness of that menace will be viewed with great incredulity.Chamberlain believed he could negociate enduring peace with Hitler. It was based on a naA?ve apprehension of Hitler s purposes or on desirous believing about the possibility of set uping a permanent peace with Germany, nor was it an alternate to equilibrating. It was misdirecting policy based on underestimate, and misconstruing that Chamberlain trusted Hitler. The opinion was really emotionally based and this was a error as the remainder of European states readily figured out that Hitler was fixing military invasions over Poland. The calming was hence invalid and forced remainder of European allied forces to confront huge grown and good clever German Armies. calming have to be used under imaginable set of circumstances.Churchill, the ultimate anti-appeaser, presented a more nuanced image Appeasement in itself may be good or bad harmonizing to the fortunes. Winston Churchill ridiculed calmin g as akin to one who feeds a crocodile, trusting it will eat him last Particularly, Adolf Hitler revealed his desire in public to occupy Europe in his life, My StruggleThe primary purpose of calming was to extinguish the danger of a European war, but accordingly it endanger Europe as it gave chance Germany, geographical and clip light credibleness. The grants over German rearmament, the Rhineland, Austria, and Sudeten Czechoslovakia non merely failed to pacify Hitler, but made war even more in all likelihood by quickening his appetency for aggression and by sabotaging the credibleness of Britain and France and the public-service corporation of their subsequent warrant of Poland. many a(prenominal) critics of appeasement contend that a more confrontational scheme of rearmament and reconciliation might hold avoided war, either by discouraging Hitler or by exposing his foolhardiness and thereby triping his overthrow by the more wary German military and its internal Alliess.
Friday, May 17, 2019
Arthur Black is a very opinionated man. In his strains about Canada, he has many short pieces about the differences between Canadians and Americans. He states how there is never anything bad said about Canada, and that Canada could even be considered a wallflower. In his rise Canadian Passion Not Flagging, Black talks about how the Americans wave their flag and Canadians do not. Americans shake off their flag everywhere hanging inside malls, and even at the gas stations. In his essay Canada Too Polite to Live, it says how the American Declaration of Independence demands life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.Canadians have settled for peace, order, and good government. some other difference between Americans and Canadians according to Arthur Black is that the Americans do it much more about their countries history than Canadians dwell about theirs. Toronto is definitely not integrity of Arthur Blacks favourite places to be. He explains in the essay Toronto Not Quite Rea dy for Prime Time, Black says how it doesnt have the easy beauty of Vancouver, or the joire de vivre of Montreal. It lacks the architectural grace of Ottawa and the mountainscape backdrop of Calgary.Black says it feels fast, brittle, cold, and arrogant, and that it is all about money. He says how Torontonians do not grammatical construction like they be having a good time, and at sporting events the fans are much quieter than other cities in Canada. Arthur Black also says how Toronto people do not really care about the meaning of things they except want it to be productive. Black says how they think The Rock (massive slab of Muskoka granite) is a waste of space in the business district park. It is pointless and they would rather have something there that would make money.Toronto would not be the place Arthur would choose to hold in for the rest of his life. Arthur Black would define Canada as a lot of things. He says how Canadians dont know their own national anthem, and in the article O Cana-a-do (re, mi) Arthur talks about how if a Canadian is accused of being an American, they will fight until it is proven otherwise. also, to be Canadian, it is almost a must to have an interest in ice hockey. Hockey is the one sport Canada can safely say they are the shell at. People from Canada know a different level of cold than places like the USA.In the article A Samaritan with jumper Cables, Black says how this aint a country this is wintertime. Also in that article, he tells some stories about how polite and manikin people from Canada are and how if the car spun off the road or ran out of gas, Canadians would be there to help oneself right away. Arthur Blacks main classification of Canada is polite, and that is most likely the rest of the worlds opinion also. Your Canada Winter in Canada is much different than winter in other countries. For one, it is much longer.Winter lasts about six to eight months, and it can be unbearably cold. The sidereal days are s ignificantly shorter than summer, which makes it that much harder to put forward up for the day at school or at work. Having to shovel the driveway isnt Canadians positron emission tomography pastime at seven in the morning when they are going to be late for work. Also what needs to be taken into account is making sure the car is plugged in during the night. When that is forget in the cold days of winter, it is pretty hard to get anywhere because no car would arrest if it was sitting outside.The season of winter in Canada isnt all bad though, it is very pretty at times. Waking up and looking out the window to a fresh blanket of snow is one of the greatest sights for a Canadian. Also, sitting by the fire place with it white outside, drinking a cranky cup of cocoa is the best on a snowy day. Winter for Canadians also means hockey. Whether it is hockey in a rink or shinny on a frozen pond, Canadians love their hockey. For many Canadians, being active in winter is an important part of enjoying life.There are many other outdoor(prenominal) winter activities, including skiing, ice fishing, walking, skating and tobogganing, amongst others. Winter also means Christmas. Christmas is the longest break for students in school, so it is a much anticipated holiday. It seems like everyone is in a much better mood when Christmas is coming, it magnate be because they get to see family and they get time to put up their feet and relax. Sometimes people from other countries will ask how do you tell people apart when they bundle themselves with a winter hood, but the truth is, thats exactly how to tell people apart.People around the city get to know what jacket others have, and that becomes their identity. It sure saves a lot of time picking out an outfit to wear for the day when a winter jacket ends up covering it up anyways. The cold winter days are also a great time to catch up on the missed TV shows. In the summer, there is always something to do because the days are b right so long. In winter, it gets dark at around six, which leaves plenty of time to catch up on favorite TV seasons. Canadians are winter experts and know how to make it the best it can possibly be.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Memory, Thinking, and wisdom social unit 4 IP - Essay ExampleAlthough Spearmans Intelligence exemplification is a useful guide to the wisdom and measurement of the phenomenon of piece intelligence, Gardners Multiple Intelligence Model is both more(prenominal) precise and comprehensive, rendering it more consistent with psychology today.Spearmans Model of Intelligence maintains human intelligence to be comprised of two factors. These are cosmopolitan Intelligence, g, and Specific Intelligence, s (Deary et al., 2004). General Intelligence refers to the general action of individuals across a wide novelty of tasks and is a measurement of their capacity to assimilate and utilise information/knowledge. Specific intelligence, on the other hand, refers to the performance of individuals on specific tasks, as in their gift, or lack thereof, in certain sweeps (Deary et al., 2004). Specific intelligence, as Spearman contends, and as may be inferred from both definitions, is partially p redicated upon general intelligence, with the inference here being that general intelligence supports and promotes specific intelligence. Spearman established the correlation surrounded by the two through mathematical formulae (Deary et al., 2004).Gardners Multiple Intelligence Models can be defined as a step beyond Spearmans Model of Intelligence and place as a more evolved model. ... These are (1) verbal/linguistic (2) musical (3) logical/mathematical (4) opthalmic/spatial (5) bodily kinaesthetic (6) interpersonal (7) intrapersonal and (9) naturalist (Shearer, 2004 Jie-Qi Chen, 2004). A review of Gardners different intelligence types indicates that his opening of intelligence is consistent with Spearmans insofar as he similarly identifies and defines specific intelligences. The primary difference between the two, and as attested to by Jie-Qi Chen (2004) is that Gardner specifies the different types of specific intelligence. It is, thus, that his model can be identify as a prog ression of the Spearman model.The value of Gardners model of intelligence lies in the fact that it recognises the complexity of the human intelligence phenomenon, and concedes to the fact that an individual can display gifted intelligence levels in one area while exhibiting below average intelligence levels in another. Shearer draws attention to this particular aspect of the Gardner Multiple Intelligences Model Shearer (2004) and highlights the fact that it builds upon the Spearman one. Quite simply stated, the Gardner model focuses upon the factor of specific intelligences and identifies and defines them. More importantly, by defining and identifying the motley types of specific intelligences, Gardner furnishes an explanation as to why some individuals are highly gifted in a particular skill set, such as mathematics, while being under-skilled in other areas, such as bodily kinaesthetic.In attempting to determine which of the two models is more consistent with the study of psycholo gy today, one is saltation to, as are Brten and Strms (2005) favour the Gardner model. As Brten and Strms (2005) contend, psychology has,
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Assignment - Essay ExampleWith this concern, the report will cost a brief description of the existing problems and their seemly solutions associated with offering quality and evidence based treat facilities. Moreover, the discussion will also include necessary logistics and resources which ar significant to effectively address the problems associated with the nursing facilities for pneumonia patients. Proposed Implementation Plan Method(s) of Obtaining Necessary Approval(s) and Securing Support for Proposal Obtaining effective support from nursing institutions would be the study aspect for the look for which would provide adequate and substantial helpful education to accomplish the look into objectives. The research aims to integrate evidence based practices with clinical awareness to substantiate the proposed plan. In order to accomplish the research objectives the research has incorporated various elements based on statistical evidence as well as to attain substantial supp ort from the management and other associates. The main objective of this proposal is to maintain adequate framework to effectively provide evidence based services for the pneumonia patients. The proposed implementation plan will be presented to the board of directors from various departments as well as to the different management personnel of healthcare facilities. The information will be presented through arranging an assessment program in which experienced board of directors and pertain management personnel will be invited to have a thorough evaluation of the proposed procedural change. verbal description of the Problem Pneumonia can be considered as one of the major and vulnerable diseases, which creates an inflammatory condition in lungs (Leach, 2010). The disease can be considered as one of the most acute ailments which had killed a large issue of children during the year 2008 and there has been considerable number of victims from different age groups across the various natio ns of the world. Effective vaccination along with taking useful antibacterial treatment and care facilities can significantly prevent pneumonia from touch human health (World Health Organization, 2008). A ventilator is recognized as a machine which acquired immune deficiency syndrome a patient to breathe to providing required oxygen by the use of a tube. Ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP) is identify as a kind of lung infection or a pneumonia which grows in an individual while he/she is receiving life-support through a ventilator (CDC, n.d.). It is observed that VAP had resulted in a number of finishs in the US hospitals over the years. For instance, in the year 2002, an anticipated 250,000 healthcare-related pneumonias were reported in the hospitals in the US. Out of which around 36,000 caused death of the person suffering from this critical medical condition. It is also recognized that patients who are being provided with mechanically-assisted ventilation are at greater dang er of getting affected by healthcare-related pneumonia. In the year 2011, National healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) had reported in excess of 3,525 VAPs around different healthcare institutions in the US (CDC, 2013). Description of t
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
The impacts of outside direct coronation on host country economies - Essay ExampleThe liberalization of markets worldwide, an effect of globalisation, has led to the elimination of the barriers for development enthronement activities abroad, i.e. to a country different from the country of residence of the investor. Gradually, the foreign direct enthronisation, or else the FDI, as this activity has been characterized, see also the next section, has become a common phenomenon in countries worldwide. It should be notable that the FDI has been related to a series of important benefits but it has been also found to have a series of disadvantages/ drawbacks for the host countries economy. This issue is explored in this paper. A series of examples and case studies argon presented aiming to show the miscellaneous aspects of the affaire of FDI in the economy of host countries. In general, the benefits of FDI be more comp ard to its disadvantages. However, the latter could lead to se vere turbulences if they are not appropriately addressed. In this context, appropriate measures should be taken in advance for the control of such effects either in the short or the long term.The term foreign direct investment is used in order to show the acquisition of assets by the residents of one country for the purpose of haughty the production and other activities of a firm in another country, the host country (Moosa 2002, p.1). FDI, as describe above, can have many forms, including the Greenfield investment (indicating whole ownership of the acquired asset) and the Joint Venture (shared ownership of the acquired asset).... 2006). The endure decades, there is a trend towards the continuous expansion of FDI as a method of financing various projects. This fact is made clear in the Graph 1 below where the balance among the FDI, the bank loans and the portfolio investment as methods of financing, is analytically presented. Graph 1 Forms of capital inflows from 1978 up to 1995 (Source Loungani et al. 2001) The decision of an organization to proceed to FDI is normally based on the potentials for profit. Moreover, it seems that Western organizations are likely to use different criteria when having to decide their entrance in a foreign country through FDI. Bevan et al. (2004) assay to identify the factors that lead organizations in Western countries to constrict involved in FDI. The above researchers found that factors like labour costs, market size and proximity (Bevan et al. 2004, p.775) are likely to have a decisive role for Western organizations to invest on a foreign economy in the form of FDI. On the other hand, it has been revealed that the potential risks of the host country economy are not expected to discourage Western organizations from proceeding to FDI. However, it seems that the documents and the commentaries published by international bodies can exercise the decision of Western organizations on FDI. In the study of Bevan et al. (2004) refer ence is made to the work of the announcements of the European authorities on the level of FDI outflows from countries of EU to third countries worldwide. Similar findings have been revealed through the research of Globerman et al. (2002). The above researchers tried to identify the level at which the political and legal environment of a country can influence the level of FDI towards
Monday, May 13, 2019
apples grow back from the depths of bankruptcy - Essay ExampleTo rescue the caller-up from this mess, the tradeing manager ought to cast off apply marketing mix appropriately as follow-Apple should have used the correct promotional mix for their product. This mix concerns how the Apple should have made their product known to the market. This involves the use of advertisements, direct selling, popular relations and sales promotion. When an appropriate promotion is used to make the product to be known to the market, it creates a big reach on the sales since customers get out be alive(predicate) of the existence of the product and they bequeath not only buy it but also recommend it to their friends and relatives.The kind of a product that will be produced by Apple creates a very big impact on the sales. For this case, product proviso and marketing for Apple should be done appropriately to ensure the concern of the market is addressed.Apple alliance should have ensured their products are distributed on time to the market so that they are available at the market when they are needed by the customers. For this case, the distribution channel to be used by the company constitutes a big impact on the success of the company. Apple Company must have ensured their products were distributed to a tolerant geographical location to increase the market share.Why do you think companies like Sony, which were already hearty known for Walkman and Discman technologies did not move into the MP3 actor market more quickly Why was it left to Apple to aggressively move into the digital music player and distribution marketBefore a company can move to a new technology, they must weigh a number of options like the impact the technology would have on the industry. For this case, companies such as Sony which was well known for Walkman and Discman technologies could not move into the MP3 player market without first of all knowing the impact the technology would have on the mus ic industry.By conducting a feasibility study on the impact the new technology would have in the market, it ensured that they were aware what the market needs and wants were and it would also have given them a chance to clear out the memory of their old products. If Sony just moved into the MP3 player market without being sure of the impact, it would have been risky for them since forwards a technology is accepted in the market, it might take some time and sales would have been low. Having waited for the technology to be accepted in the market, it ensured that their market share and sales would remained utmost.Question 3 The ordinary cost of an iPOd nano with 8MB memory is 125. The average cost of a Creative Zen Micro with 8MB is 85. Both play digital music and both are equally rated on sound quality and battery duration. So what explains a huge bell premium The prices that have been set for the two products seem to be disparate with a difference of 40 whereas they have the sa me capacity. For a company to have a high market share for their product, they must ensure that they have a number of brands each having different price with the other.There are customers who associate prices with quality. They believe that the high the price,
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Managing the Hospitality Experience - Essay ExampleThis is achieved through an effort to hold dear guests (Jones 2002). According to Jones (2002), hospitality should be an experience rather than a ser ungodliness. Guests experiences should be attractive to both their families and fri annihilates. Guests ar craving for authentic local experiences that will establish an emotional connection (Hemming ton 2007). An excellent utilisation is the Andaz5th Avenue Hotel. According to the general manager of Andaz5th Avenue Hotel, the experiences include fashion, events and food. According to USA today worthful and rare experiences are significant driving factors in the hospitality sector. 31 per cent of customers said destination hotels are perceived to be a hidden gem. 26 per cent of the interviewed customers said they loved to get by photos of the hotels they stayed. Creating the elusive guest experiences to different customers is achievable but demanding. The expectations of guests are divergent and differ with times and seasons. another(prenominal) compelling example is the Renaissance Hotel. Renaissance hotel discoloration has introduced an ad targeting both leisure and business travelers. The brand insists that business guests who insist on free Wi-Fi and breakfast must have an experience, as well. Dan Vinh, Renaissance vice president, said the hotel hopes to offer a unique experience. He believes guests are stimulated by the environment in order to be productive. Q2. According to Visser, hospitality entails sharing of security, food and shelter with a stranger at heart the community who has no friend or relatives. The act of providing and receiving generosity creates mutual trust. According to Doud, generosity is a gracious act. He argues that, the use of the word stranger in the definition of generosity tends to imply that the manslayer of the generous act does not deserve it because they are not acquainted to each other. The word boon implies a respectf ul attitude given towards people who do not deserve or attain a worm consideration. Hospitality is also hereditary. Once an act of hospitality has been done to a soul or household, the same is extended to the descendants and passed on from generation to generation. This establishes a long term hold fast (Kandampully & Sparks 2001). Bonds established through hospitality were supposed to be temporal. The agreed period was three days, and the guests were expected to recompense by not overstaying. Hospitality had territorial limitations. Protection was offered within the period of stay and the boundaries of territorial influence. For instance, Arabs only(prenominal) offered protection as long as the guest was in within their home. Beyond that, the guest could end up become a victim of the host. Therefore, the guests used to leave at night and without any parting to the host for fear of being pursued by the host. According to Pitt-Rivers, hospitality was not necessarily a mark of fr iendship. Providing hospitality, according to Pitt-Rivers, was an act of sanctity where a hostile stranger and a host were unbiassed to each other. Hospitality was an act of self interest because certain gains were expected. According to Selwyn, hospitality gave way to a transformation where the aggrieved regained their trust and friendship in the course of exchange of services. Hospitality is known to transform friends into proximate friends. Hospitality is an act of selfless will where acceptance and trust are propagated. This causes hospitality to be a source of symbolic ties that create unique connections between people.
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Pros and Cons of Legalizing marijuana in the U.S - hold ExampleThe legalization of marijuana or otherwise known as cannabis could yield exacting effects since it can be habituated to aid in treating some medical diseases. Marijuana is effective to cancer patients to reduce nausea and vomiting resulting from chemotherapy. It is more reasonable than using conventional drugs to treat these positioning effects for those patients whose health does not improve even after being subjected to them. In some cases, searchers start out found some drugs used during the treatment, for example, promethazine cause dizziness, hallucinations or dysphoria (Harman, 2000).Cannabis has been used since the 19th century to relieve pain. Researchers have published numerous articles recommending the use of cannabis as an alternative medicine for solidifying disorders and other ailments. This narcotic is useful to patients with nerve damage, spasticity, nausea, and even glaucoma since it is an excell ent pain and stress reliever. People despicable from HIV/AIDS and Dementia could also benefit from marijuana since it has proven to be an appetite stimulant drug (Harman, 2000). These are among the many diseases that the patients health could be greatly improved by the use of marijuana. The American Research Society and the American Medical Association support the view that clinics used for research should be granted access to more cannabis for better potential medical health improvement. Marijuana has no proven research to show that it is addictive. The anti-legalization of Marijuana group does not give facts that it is bad for unrivaleds health. It is an assumption based on the bad image people have about it.
Friday, May 10, 2019
Proportional Re consecrateation - Essay ExampleIt took antithetical shapes in different countries. While examining its relevance in Canada, one must analyze its nature in some countries like United Kingdom and Germany. MMP is partially implemented in United Kingdom and is ordinarily known as the additional extremity musical arrangement (AMS). Similarly, in Germany it is called as personalized proportional representation. antithetic theories emerged during last five years regarding the pros and cons of mixed member proportional voting system. However, it is relevant in the present context to examine the views of some authors like John L. Hiemstra, Harold J. Jensen, Christopher Kam, Mark Charlton and Paul Barker regarding the prospects of implementing mixed member proportional representation in Canada (Mark Charlton and Paul Barker. 2005). John L. Hiemstra and Harold J. Jensen opined that the implementation of mixed member representation system certainly benefits the democratic set up of Canada as it allows better representation of higher number of commonwealth while progressing towards peoples development. However, they felt that the minor modifications in the existing MMP by taking the make of some countries like S knocked out(p)h Africa, Venezuela, New Zealand and Bolivia where MMP is already in practice. By implementing the positive aspects of MMP, Canada would certainly exit benefited significantly and the voters would be in a position to derive maximum benefit from democracy.At the uniform time, more favoring comments from Christopher Kam (2006) encourages the government functionaries of Canada to implement this MMP system instantaneously with out any second thought. They further pointed out the limitations of the existing voting system in the form of non-uniform representation and hence favored electoral reforms immediately in the form of MMP. However, they cautioned that the peoples awareness regarding the structure of MMP should be enhanced,
Thursday, May 9, 2019
UNESCO WORLD hereditary pattern SITES - Essay ExampleIn growth to its aesthetic beauty of multicoloured carbonate roofs and floors dark-coloured lava walls, fortress-like Seongsan Ilchulbong tuff cone, move up out of the ocean and a dramatic landscape, is Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes contains an unequalled quality of Geomunoreum lava tube system. In addition the magnificent exhibition of diverse and accessible volcanic features is an excellent tourism attraction as it provides exhilarate beauty as well as understanding of global volcanism.Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes is decl ared to be a Unesco World Heritage site in June 27, 2007and is therefore protected by the convention on macrocosm heritage. Being such, the Tourism Organization controls it under cultural heritage administration.The issues that confront Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tube are management and administration issues of avoiding the potential impact of agriculture on the underground environment of t he Lava Tube. Another refer is also to limit the number of visitors to the property to avoid its degradation. The property might also be elongate to include other significant lava tube systems and volcanic features of Jeju that may be discovered in the future.I will visit this site. I am intrigue how could a volcano has a beautiful landscape with matching waterfalls. It may be a nice place to relax because it is nature at its finest. perchance it will also be a good place to understand volcanoes as it will memorialize the most intricate lava system in the