• Baseball (a Game of Yesterday and a Business of Today)
    Baseball: The American Pastime Prepared for Prepared by April 14, 2008 Table of Contents Introduction Labor Battles in the Modern Era Steroid Abuse Steroid Punishments Costs of Baseball Stadium Cost Does it Pay to Build Conclusion Work Cited Illustrations...
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  • Passage to India
    Science is moving at such a rapid speed these days, between cloning, gene therapy, miracle drugs, exotic therapies, etc. One of the most significant breakthroughs came in November 1998, when two separate researchers successfully isolated stem cells from human embryos and aborted fetuses...
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  • Modding: Changing the Game, Changing the Industry
    The ACM Student Magazine Modding: Changing the Game, Changing the Industry by Caio Camargo In every industry, there seems to have been a reversal from mainstream to local, small-time production. The film and music industries have experienced a rejection of mass-produced media in favor of indep...
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  • Who Is on Top of Their Game?
    Liz Claiborne Liz Claiborne was born Elizabeth Claiborne on March 31, 1929 in Belgium. She moved to the United States in 1939 and was raised in New Orleans Louisiana. Instead of finishing high school, she went to Europe to study art. In 1949, she made a sketch of a woman’s coat that won the Ja...
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  • The Future and I
    In the year 2050, a variety of changes would have occurred, on an individual level, nationally, and globally. By the time the forty-two years has gone by, I would have aged to be fifty-eight years old. I assume at that point my physical ability would have declined and I hopefully would h...
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  • Electronic Arts and the Global Video Game Industry
    Environmental Analysis Demographic trends Gaming has become an important part of growing up for people who were born in the last 25 years. Approximately 3.9 - 4.7% of total world population (250 to 300 million people) is ¡§very active¡¨ or a ¡§frequent¡¨ player of video games or at lea...
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  • Video Game Literature Review
    Video Game Literature Review Violent video games are said to have a negative effect on those who play them, but there is also the debate that violent video games help those who play them rather than hurt them. There is a rating system that separates games into groups from games for everyone all t...
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  • The Right Game: Use Game Theory to Shape Strategy
    If business is a game, it’s not about winning or losing but about how you play the game. The book entitled Theory of Games and Economic Behavior has been heralded as one of the greatest scientific achievements of the century. In fact, the authors won the Nobel Prize for it. The book provided a...
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  • Computer Game Addiction
    Computer and Video Game Addiction Computers, video games, and the Internet have become entrenched features of our daily lives. Computer use has reached beyond work and is now a major source of fun and entertainment for many people. For most people, computer use and video game play is integrated in...
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  • Video Game Violence
    Video Game Pop Culture Misunderstanding Our society isn't safe for our children anymore because of drugs and alcohol abuse, sex, violence, war, playing video games…Playing video games? This is the last straw; some video games are made the focus of controversy when much better things can be a...
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  • Video Game Censorship
    Video game censorship is growing in the spotlight as technology grows. Parents are more concerned these days about the games their children are playing then ever before. There are many kinds of censorship out there and available for the consumers use. The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB),...
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  • Video Game Influences
    Video Gamers have the Advantage Since the early 1970’s, the demand and popularity of video games has been growing rapidly. Nowadays, video games are an integral part of many people’s lives world-wide. In order to satisfy the public’s growing demand for these innovative games, software co...
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  • Video Game Violence
    Video Game Violence Concerns about the effect of media violence on children extends back at least to the beginning of the mass media, with the issue raised with reference to films, radio, television, comic books, and so on. As technology brings new types of media to the fore, the issue shifts to...
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  • Video Game Violence
    Atkins 1 Josh Atkins English 1302 9 October 2006 Professor Austin Video Games Taking The Heat For Parents And Politicians Everywhere Video games have come a long way since the...
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  • Video Game Violence Starter
    Video Game Violence Admiring the smooth barrel and full clip of bullets in his Sig model 552 Commando, Landros sat near the limestone corner listening to the footsteps and gunfire down the next hallway. Making sure not to be caught off guard by a lone commando, he set down a few claymore mines...
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  • Video Game Violence
    Has America Seen Enough? A Stronger Rating System is a Must Many of today's youth are easily influenced by their environment. Their environment can include their family, friends, school, and even media (television, music, video games). With technology rapidly advancing, video games are having...
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  • Ellison - King of the Bingo Game
    What are the larger implications of Ellison's story? To what extent is it about the "invisibility" of black men in white America? Ellison's "King of the Bingo Game" encompasses a variety of different implications that transform an otherwise sad short story into a political statement regarding rac...
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  • Video Game Aggression
    As technology continues to forge ahead concerns about its effects on the populace are raised. Whether it be microwave ovens causing cancer or cell phones causing accidents, people are always interested in researching, and often condemning, these new products. Such is this case with videogames. Ever...
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  • X and Y Game
    The X and Y game What is a game where you have four persons to a team, and each person shows an X and Y card each round and according to what each other person, including themselves shows they get a certain number of points added on or taken off? What is the meaning of this game? What does it show...
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  • Critical Book Review : No Shame in My Game
    When someone thinks of the poor they instantly imagine a homeless man sleeping in a cardboard box or the nearest garbage can, but the working poor especially in the inner-city is commonly overlooked by society. However the working poor, in this case the working poor in the inner-city, are people adv...
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