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  • Unit 2 Assignment 2: New Technology in My Field

    Assignment 2: New Technology in My Field I read an article written by Michelle A. Mendes, PHD, RN, CPN, she is currently an assistant professor at the College of Nursing, East Carolina University, in Greenville, NC. The article titled “Parents’ Descriptions of Ideal Home Nursing Care for Their Technology-Dependent...

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  • Home Depot Case - Leadership

    Donovan's description of the behavior of leaders is not very accurate. I think his ideas that leaders inspire achievement, have integrity, and build good relationships are good descriptions of an ideal leader. However, I think some of the traits that he mentions are not good descriptions of a leader...

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  • Creative Spin 0ff V.S. Plagiarism

    see intentional Ideal for ideal paraphrasing as intentional. But where do I draw the line on plagiarism and creative spin-offs? Now this area of plagiarism is not as cut and dry as straight forward plagiarism and I believe my Discussion Forum answers it best so I will not try and create my own idea twice...

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  • Harvard Business Study

    When I first started to think about writing a paper for this assignment my initial thought was, “just get your thoughts onto paper and you can rearrange for flow, spelling, grammar, etc. This shouldn’t be too difficult”. About an hour later I realized three things: (1) I had never truly completed...

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  • Rosenberg's Category Analysis

    children’s identity develops over time: using Rosenberg’s study of self-descriptions (1979). Abstract This report is an analysis of two semi structured interviews investigating the ways individual children give self- descriptions, and how these change with age. An 8 year old girl and a 16 year old...

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  • Sociolinguistics Essay

    more talkative and will use hedges more frequently. It is also presupposed that men will emphasise success in their self – description and appearance in their partner –description. Women are presupposed to put greater emphasis on their appearance as well as on partner´s success. 1 III. THEORETICAL...

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  • Libel

    and UNC student Keischa Lovelace did painstaking work editing the transcript of my remarks and this Foreword. Comments from Leti Volpp, who served as conference reporter, were very helpful. Finally, I’d like to thank my co-director and colleague, Joan Williams, for her feminist friendship in developing...

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  • Change in Family Relationships and Values

    Family has many different meanings to it but it seems as though we all want the same ideal family. The ideas of the “perfect” family come from old advertisements and television programs; they all have the same characteristics as one another. Everyone wants to live like families that lived in older times...

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  • Beauty in Ancient China

    Huntington 27 September 2010 Luo-fu’s beauty in Mulberries by the Path China has been home to a multitude of beautiful women throughout the ages. Different periods of Chinese history had their own ideals regarding feminine beauty and differing standards of beauty produced a wide-ranging aesthetic...

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  • A Study Based on Rosenbergs Research

    self-descriptions and the shift of the locus of self-knowledge with age. The design involved semi-structured interviews of two participants aged 8 and 16 years. The participants wrote some statements about who they were, which were coded according to Rosenberg’s (1979) themes of self-descriptions. The...

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  • The Boy

    mention of a mother so the focus is kept on the relationship between the father and children. Opening the poem is a description of the setting and it begins to set up the solemn tone: “My older brother is walking down the sidewalk into the suburban summer night” (1-2). The term “sidewalk” begins its symbolic...

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  • Working Women in America and Herland

    novel Herland about an utopian maternal community. This novel is quite unique because the society depicted in the book wasn’t simply utopian. It was an ideal state created by women. This very idea was considered radical in the early 1900’s. But no matter how unusual and strange it is, people can’t help but...

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  • Investigating the Possibility of a Developmental Trend in the Way That Children Describe Themselves.

    of Rosenberg’s research into children’s self-descriptions analysed data from semi-structured interviews with two children; Annie (8) and Kirsty (16). The data was interpreted to ascertain whether, as in Rosenberg’s research, children’s self-descriptions show evidence of a developmental progression and...

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  • Consuner Behaviour Essay

    The Internet is the ideal place for me to browse the products I want to purchase, compare prices, find a lot of offers and make the purchase. It has become a very common thing and changed my life. Not only has it offered convenience like doing purchases at home, but also has saved my precious time and...

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  • Customer Profile

    demographic profile of your customer. The demographic profile of my clients would be well educated, professional women who have limited time to spend on themselves due to their demanding jobs and/or family life. The ages of my clients would vary between 25 and 45 with the average age being 31-33...

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  • difference and similrity

    in the narrative essay “Homeless” the author was telling the story of how a women was homeless staying a bus terminal for several weeks and she had a home before but she lost it. The author explained the women explained “They were pictures of a house. It was like a thousand houses in a hundred towns, not...

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  • Women in Victorian Novels

    upon a woman for working – leaving her proper place, the sanctity of the home— yet like today, the reality of most middle and lower class lives required a woman to help support her family. Women were expected to stay in the home and live a modest life style. Ester in Mary Barton is indeed a fallen...

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  • BUSINESS PLAN 1

    B&J Beauty Supply Description of business My business I am striving to achieve will be called B&J Beauty Supply. My Business will be located in the small town Of DeKalb, TX where I reside. B&J Beauty Supply will offer the most up to date hair care products and appliances for all ethnicities and...

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  • Refelctive Account

    Assisting in an activity (reflective account) Description When I was at work on placement the nurse in charge asked me if I would like to assist the activity’s co-ordinate at the home in taking a few of the residents out to Rosyth for some fish and chips and a drive around the area to see some of the...

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  • How Far Do You Agree That Family Is at the Centre of Jerusalem and Death of a Salesman

    changed since the 1950’s, compared to the present day. Back then, the old fashioned family value system was seen as the norm – the wife typically stays at home taking care of the domestic side of the household including looking after the children, cleaning and cooking. While the husband goes out and does what...

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