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Senior Design Project Proposal - The CLT strives to offer a variety of robust and useful technology tools for faculty, students, and staff. At this time our tools are limited to classroom and lab technologies that are geared towards multimedia and software applications. While software and multimedia make up the majority of our educational technology tools we are interested in the growing convergence of technology and physical world. Through the encouragement of O'Reilly Media and the New Media Consortium we see a growing trend in educational technologies for data visualization, mobile computing, and maker oriented technologies....   [tags: Technology] 852 words
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Minimum Wage Rise Proposal - Dear Honorable (name of US Senator): I strongly recommend you support your “minimum wage rise proposal” on San Francisco’s evidence, which in 2004 enforce a 26% increase in minimum wages resulted in a “significant increase in wages and compressed wage inequality without create any detectable employment loss” . By reading this memo, you will found a resume of Dube et. at (2007) study underlying both: strong evidence that support wage rises in some contexts, and the more relevant advices respect the limitations of the results and interpretation in terms internal and external validity....   [tags: letter, US Senator, usa, government]
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Operating System Proposal: Linux - Operating System Proposal Linux has long been one of many operating systems that have been out to prove its worth in all types of environment. It is currently being considered for enterprise network purposes as well as data centers where it implies servers, workstations and any mainframes as needed. Choosing what operating system to use, whether it is open source or not, can be difficult, though. This paper projects the advantages and concerns of choosing an open source solution like Linux as administrators and users are becoming more aware of Linux running on both server and desktop systems....   [tags: information technology options]
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Healthcare Group Proposal Letter - Despite the fact that our time with the CBCI has been short, I have come to appreciate the diligence and hard work that goes into these policies and reports. Amongst the various groups that will have a part in the 2014 annual report, it seems to me that the Healthcare group has been diligently working on coming together with a powerful and impressive report for this year. As of today, the Healthcare section focuses on four main areas of health; Mental Illness, Malnutrition, Hepatitis C, and End Stage Disease....   [tags: mental illness, malnutrition, hepatitis] 679 words
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Research Proposal - Statement of Research Proposal My broader research interests lie in the areas of international and comaparative political economy, applied game theory and quanttitative methodology. My current research projects focus on the simultaneous interaction between politics and economy at both the national and the international levels. I am particularly interested in the dynamic relationship between economic liberalization and political survival of authoritarian regimes. I also have a special interest in East Asian politics, particularly Chinese politics....   [tags: International Economy] 1989 words
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Website Proposal - PROJECT PROPOSAL THE GOALS & PURPOSES OF THE ORGANIZATION 1. Portrayal of the women’s clothing business 2. Promote an organization 3. Increase product sales 4. Profit earning business 5. To place our new brand to broad market. TARGETED TOWARD AUDIENCES 1. Female 2. Age: 15 years up 3. Internet-aware professionals and community members. 4. Current, former, new and return users of the facility. BUSINESS CATEGORY: Clothing ORGANISATION NAME: SUREEPORN WHY PEOPLE COME TO MY SITE My website is an information site intended to tell visitors about fashion....   [tags: Business Plan] 2573 words
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Linux/Unix Proposal - Abstract At some point in time, an application will eventually be replaced by a competitor. UNIX ruled the operating system market for several decades. In the early 90's, Novell and Microsoft introduced their respective operating systems and these moves eventually eroded the stranglehold UNIX once had on the market. Microsoft would emerge as a dominate player while Novell and UNIX lost market share. After several years of a largely underground movement, Linux is now poised to wrestle control of the operating system market from Microsoft....   [tags: Business Management Proposal Analysis] 1052 words
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Satire Modest Proposal - Effectively ushering change in society or pointing out faults that have existed and gone unnoticed can be a daunting task for any social commentator. Often, blandly protesting grievances or concerns can fall upon deaf ears and change can be slow or non-existent. However some social commentators, such as Jonathan Swift in his pamphlet A Modest Proposal, use clever, targeted, and ironic criticism to bring the social state of Ireland to the attention of indolent aristocrats. He accomplishes such criticism through satire, specifically Juvenanlian satire....   [tags: Jonathan Swift] 853 words
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Influence of Jonathon Swift in A Modest Proposal - The author and writer Jonathan Swift, shows his influential attributes in his innovative text called A Modest Proposal. Swift’s purpose was simply to shock the people reading it with a proposal that he knew was the furthest thing from modest. During this point in time, Ireland had immense amounts of poverty along with overpopulation and biased trade with Great Britain. His immodest proposal suggested the selling of children for food which would take care of the overpopulation and poverty levels in Ireland....   [tags: selling of children, food, good will] 835 words
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Rethoric in A Modest Proposal by Johnathan Swift - ... Swift believed he had an excellent idea to solve the poverty in Dublin’s streets. Since he had no listeners he decided to write his proposal then send it in for the government to read. He hoped they would read it and thank him for his genius solution to their problem. His proposal says to set up a system of parents destined to give birth to newborn to be used for food in Dublin. This would create an abundance of food and help the poor. In his proposal he specifically said that a mother could sell their yearling for shillings....   [tags: ireland, illegal solution] 561 words
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Response To A Modest Proposal By Jonathan Swift - Desperate times often call for desperate measures, and proposals of desperate measures are often met with swift criticism if they are found to be without rational thought and merit. It is unlikely that anyone in their right mind would consider, for any amount of time, the proposal of rearing children, or properly raising them, as food to help alleviate poverty-stricken Ireland in 1729. Yet, Jonathan Swift’s suggestion was satirical brilliance, and it was a modest proposal for illuminating the cause of Ireland’s woes....   [tags: Literary Response] 757 words
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Proposal Regarding Bullying - I was thirteen when it happened. With a broken fist, displaced jaw, and a smug face, I walked into the living room. I was in agonizing pain, but I enjoyed it. I enjoyed every second of it, as it was the day I showed the bully that I wasn't just another flower child, I was a lion who would tear him down if need be. Tears rushing down her cheeks, my mother rushed me to the hospital, worried sick. She asked, “WHY?” to which I proudly replied, “Because it needed to be done”. This was the day I stood up to a bully....   [tags: erradicating bullying from schools] 896 words
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The Lady's Dressing Room and A Modest Proposal - In Jonathan Swift’s, The Lady’s Dressing Room and A Modest Proposal, Swift implements a satirical persona of identities, may it be, a concerned economist who suggests that children be traded as food to the wealthy in order to elevate the public good within society or a distraught man in the midst of a lady’s dressing room rationalizing a woman’s moral appearance, Swift's satirical personality lies within the persona of the sympathetic-cruelties of his own moral society and opinions. Throughout both texts, Swift’s arguments and satirical claims are both supported throughout the methods and techniques of metaphorical language, irony, structure and imagery....   [tags: Jonathan Swift, Analysis] 881 words
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Jonathan Swift’s A Modest Proposal - A satire uses irony or sarcasm to make a point. Many authors use satire to bring society’s attention to political, social, or economic problems in a somewhat humorous way. Some authors even use satire in an attempt to correct the religious practices of the society. Satire is an effective way to highlight problems because it is non-threatening but it grabs the attention of the reader. Jonathan Swift wrote his satirical essay “A Modest Proposal” to bring attention to the political, economic, and social problems of Ireland in 1729....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Satire in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift - You can’t make fun of what isn’t real. When considering what lines can be crossed with satire, many people are most sensitive about protecting feelings; the common consensus seems to be that satirists should not overstep their boundaries by addressing touchy subjects and making fun of sensitive issues. While breaking hearts may not garner positive responses, it is important to understand that as a medium, satire is meant to offend one’s sensibilities. It serves as a platform to spark discussion through scathing and insolent hyperbole....   [tags: culture, power, irish economy] 758 words
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Nursing Practicum Proposal - Nursing students today are diverse with different learning styles. Nursing educators must shape students to become critical thinkers and there are a host of approaches for instructors to develop needed teaching skills (Kostovich et al., 2007). There are many models of education styles; one to fashion teaching after is from Kolb’s model in 1985 which suggests matching learning methods to teaching approaches. However, educators need to become proficient in identifying individual student learning styles....   [tags: nursing educator, practicum experience]
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Animal Testing Proposal - Millions of animals are being unneedlessly tested on for cosmetics, even though there are plenty of alternatives available and most of the results are unreliable or not applicable to humans. Although the fight against animal testing has made huge progress recently, America has yet to stop this cruel practice and chooses to torture animals while other countries are making a stop to the testing (“Animal Testing 101”). Right now, millions of mice, rats, rabbits, primates, cats, dogs, and other animals are locked inside cold, barren cages in laboratories across the country....   [tags: Cruelty, Cosmetics]
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Voting Turnout Proposal - The Chartist movement (a working class political movement) in 1840 believed “People had no one else but themselves to blame for the actions of their politicians” (Nash). What Mr. Nash and the chartist movement believe couldn’t be more on the spot. This country has gotten to the point where people find it hard to walk down their street to the elementary school where the voting polls are, and take a few minutes to cast a vote. A vote that millions of people around the world wish they were able to have them selves....   [tags: US voting system, decrease in voting presence] 899 words
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A Proposal for the International Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - The Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) set out a model of the Nuclear Weapons Convention (NWC) in 1997. The model underwent revision and reforms in 2007. The text puts a proposal that international law completely eliminates and bans the use of nuclear weapons. The proposal has general support from the international system. Over the years, security at the international level has faced opposition when it comes to the disarmament of nuclear weapons. Discussions that are concerned with the risks of nuclear weapons and the options for disarmament have been featured in several international law conferences with the increase in the back up for a world free of nuclear weapons....   [tags: arms race, abolition, peace] 1556 words
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Proposal to Cut Down Juvenile Crime - The problem of juvenile violence has become one of the most overwhelming problems of our time for Texas and for the United States. The problem is spread throughout the United States. The serious crimes are usually thought to be problems of the urban city, but this is no longer a problem just for the inner city. The problem has spread through the suburban areas of the city in cases just like the first example. Citizens are spending tons of money trying to fight the problem on their own. They purchase everything they can to combat crime....   [tags: Juvenile Crime, social reform, Texas law] 2373 words
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Proposal for Entertainment Venues in Waldorf, Maryland - Proposal for Entertainment Facilities in Waldorf, Maryland If you blink, you’ll miss it. That’s how easily Waldorf, Maryland—a city of nearly twenty-six thousand residents ("Waldorf, Maryland") is driven through. There are many shopping centers and restaurants, as well as continuous construction to provide more of the same. This caters to the median age range of 32.8 ("Waldorf, Maryland"), however it does not provide for the needs of the city’s young adults. Growing up in Waldorf, I’ve experienced that beyond shopping, walking through neighborhoods, and taking in a movie; there is very little else offered here for those leaving or graduated from high school....   [tags: Municipal Issues]
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Irony in Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal - Rhetorical strategies are techniques, which are used to make one’s writings more effective. The choice of rhetoric strategy depends on the type of subject being discussed. The effectiveness of appropriate strategy is directly related to the mood, which is to be created and maintained. For example if someone is criticizing the government, the tome is usually kept serious and Irony and satire are widely used in such writings. On the other hand while describing the recent developments in genetic engineering, the tone would be objective and humor or satire would be ineffective here....   [tags: Rhetorical Strategy and Techniques]
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A Proposal for Sustainable Development through Microfinance - A Proposal for Sustainable Development through Microfinance The following proposal synthesizes from the history of the microfinance industry, particularly its successes and failures, a model for developing a sustainable microfinance initiative. Central to this synthesis is the analysis of the strengths and weaknesses, challenges and opportunities, and characteristics of three well-managed microfinance institutions (“MFIs”): Grameen Bank (“Grameen”), Compartamos, and Friendship Bridge (“Friendship”)....   [tags: success, failure, framework, leverage] 2039 words
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Proposal of a Research Essay: Ethnicity and Race - The following proposal consists of five parts which summarize our aims and sources for our assessment of research essay: 1. The broad topic that we have selected is Ethnicity and Race. 2. This broad topic has further been broken down to focus mainly on the level or quality of health care received by people of particular racial and ethnic groups and how this may differ, providing that any difference is found between these groups. For the purpose of this essay, the concept of health care refers to both medical and psychological health care....   [tags: Bibliography, Trinidad] 856 words
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A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee Proposal - My proposal to the class is the play A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee. It is a psychologically based drama dealing with the issues and complexities of upper-middle-class suburb dwellers. There are six characters, including two men and four women. All of the characters are in an adult age range. The plot of the play takes place in the living room of Agnes and Tobias, a middle-aged married couple as their life is disrupted by the coming and going of friends and family with many problems to face....   [tags: delicate balance, edward albee, social classes] 702 words
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President Obama Budget Proposal for 2015 - Of course, the budget wheels for next year area unit is already in motion in Congress, it is in the creating phases preparing the president's budget, in effect, but is becoming a dead letter. It is, however, his listing for taxes and disbursement. The general assembly Budget workplace on weekday says “Obama's budget would scale back annual deficits by regarding $1 trillion over the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) comes over succeeding ten years.” The chance that Congress can advance Obama's arrange is totality near to zip, however the CBO's latest analysis can feed campaign electronic messaging by Democrats and Republicans earlier than legislature elections in November....   [tags: policy changes, congress, politics]
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Arizona and Child Protective Services Proposal - Arizona and Child Protective Services Proposal In recent news, there had been a report of more than 6500 child abuse cases gone uninvestigated within the well known system of the Child Protective Services agency. Because of this astonishing uncovering, many of people in the state of Arizona have come to the realization that perhaps the agency isn’t as efficient at doing their job, as they’d expect. And although efficiency is a problem, the issue of the children's’ safety is put at a greater risk....   [tags: child abuse, risk, government]
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CSR Program Proposal for Columbia Bank - MEMORANDUM Subject: CSR Program Proposal for Columbia Bank This memorandum proposes a corporate social responsibility program for Columbia Bank with a focus on student loan debt in our community. This CSR program could be implemented in addition to the community and customer events currently arranged on the branch level. Columbia Bank, and the local communities we serve, would greatly benefit from offering a CSR program that focuses on educating high school students, college students, parents and any potential borrower on the long-term implications of excessive student loan debt....   [tags: internal memorandum] 1252 words
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Policy Proposal: Foreign Aid to India - Executive Summary: The nation of India is known for its growing economic dominance as well as recent tourist booms, which continue to bring in revenue for the country. On the other end of spectrum, the same country has an estimated 36% of the worlds poor, many of which live under an insufficient 2 dollars a day. Throughout this proposal, I offer a detailed view of what the nation has done wrong, and how foreign aid can eradicate one of the world’s biggest issues in a short course of time. Specific Development Program: Eradicating extreme poverty in the Madhya Pradesh region of India....   [tags: economy, india, poverty] 1192 words
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Food Stamp Reform Bill Proposal - ... They believe the money that is given should be used in other areas of the government. According to an article, there is a farm bill that recently has been passed that cut the Food Stamps by an estimate of $39 billion (Bump, Ohlieser). Over the next years that what have accumulated to 800 billion dollars saved and used to another government funded project. According to another source, the new current controversy of Food stamps is soda. Michael Bloomberg believes that they should not cover soda because it contributes to various health diseases such as diabetes and obesity (Lubrano)....   [tags: abusing, taking advantage of the system]
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A Modest Proposal - Have You Eaten Yet?: Swift’s Final Solution &#9;As a lately favored eighteenth century essay, Jonathan Swift’s &quot;Proposal&quot; has been canonized as a satirical model of wit. As will be discussed shortly, Swift’s essay is often seen as an allegory for England’s oppression of Ireland. Swift, himself and Irishman (Tucker 142), would seem to have pointed his razor wit against the foreign nation responsible for his city’s ruin. Wearing the lens of a New Historicist, however, requires that we reexamine the power structures at work in Swift’s society....   [tags: essays research papers] 2345 words
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Request for Proposal - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL GENERAL CONTRACTING Cement Production Plant Environmental Impact Study in Page Table of Contents 2 1. PROJECT SUMMARY 3 a. Introduction 3 b. Project History 3 c. Project Objectives 3 d. Project Schedule 4 e. Maps of Project Site 5 - 6 2....   [tags: essays research papers] 1173 words
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A Business Proposal - A Business Proposal Introduction Alexandra Palace is owned and controlled by the Haringey Local Authority. Over the years Alexandra Palace has had two devastating fires and as a result, has had to spend a large sum of money to rebuild certain structures. It is a fact that Alexandra Palace is losing a lot of capital each year. The cost of keeping it running seems to be more than any gross profit made....   [tags: Papers] 856 words
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A Simple Proposal - A SIMPLE PROPOSAL Major League Baseball has probably some of the most exciting players in sports today. Players such as Ken Griffey Jr., Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter make watching baseball fun. But there are some people in Major League Baseball that I have forgotten who display probably more talent than those 3 combined. The people that I am talking about, are the umpires. You might be shocked when I say that but believe me, they are great athletes. Can you imagine working in the same conditions they do....   [tags: essays research papers] 482 words
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A MODEST PROPOSAL - In the nineteenth century, Ireland was marked by extensive personal suffering. Civilians, predominantly the catholic lower and middle-classes, were having a hard time finding jobs, paying rent, feeding their children, as well as putting up with overpopulation which contributed to the overall growing problem of poverty. During this time of suffering, many began to question whether Britain acted as hastily and as effectively as they could have, as well as believing that centuries of British rule and/or political oppression was a fundamental cause of the famine (which originated from a potato crop failure)....   [tags: essays research papers] 596 words
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A Modest Proposal - A Modest Proposal Since the beginning of the 19th century, America has had to deal with the on going problem of drugs. We’re surrounded by them everyday, whether we realize it, or not. The evening news is filled with stories of “crack heads” killing each other as well innocent standers- by in a fiendish attempt to find drugs or money to buy drugs. Perhaps you may recall reading the morning paper only to find that another teen has been found dead in an attempt to sale drugs as a way to quick and easy money....   [tags: Papers] 601 words
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A Baseball Proposal - A Baseball Proposal Ever since the creation of America's favorite pastime, baseball, cheating has been an integral part of the game. Each era of baseball has offered new and improved techniques for cheating the game of baseball. Cheating has become a common occurrence in baseball, from the 1919 Chicago "Black" Sox, who were paid to throw the World Series, to Ty Cobb sharpening the spikes on his shoe to scare off fielders from tagging him out....   [tags: Baseball Sports Athletics Steroids] 1570 words
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One Proposal for Peace Based on A Modest Proposal - One Proposal for Peace Based on A Modest Proposal There is a grave national crisis occurring all across the nation. Children everywhere are committing acts of hostility in their schools. Schools are no longer a safe haven for children but are now considered war zones where victims are abundant and violence is the enemy. Fifty-seven percent of public elementary and secondary school principals reported that one or more incidents of crime or violence occurred in their schools and were reported to law enforcement officials....   [tags: English Literature Essays] 742 words
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Using Coaches to Overcome Barriers in Technology Integration - Context of the Problem Technology has become part of Americans everyday lives. From the Internet to cell phones we constantly rely on technology throughout the day. Since technology has become an integral part of our daily lives, educators have tried to integrate technology into teaching in order to improve student learning. Research studies have established that students’ use of computers can improve students’ standardized test scores (Hew &Brush, 2006). However, some studies have shown no difference between traditional educational methods and those that incorporate technology....   [tags: Research Proposal]
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Nails On the Fly: Consumer Behavior Issues - Nails On the Fly: Consumer Behavior Issues PROPOSAL Nails on the Fly would be a small nail salon station located at various airports around the country. It is targeted toward women who are usually traveling due to business and do not have time to get their nails done in town, so while waiting to board their flight can get their nails done. INTRODUCTION This paper addresses consumer behavior matters relevant to the marketing of Nails on the Fly. While many of the predictions made are contingent to authentication from market research, likely consumer behaviors, attitudes, background, and perceptions are projected in conjunction with a discussion of managerial implications....   [tags: Business Proposal] 1346 words
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Business Proposal for Library at the Exton Campus of Delaware County Community College - Business Proposal for Library TABLE OF CONTENTS Background??????????????????????????????1 Current Environment??????????????????????????.2 Proposed Environment?????????????????????????...3 Diagram???????????????????????????????.4 Benefits???????????????????????????????.6 Business Requirements and Cost Analysis?????????????????...8 Conclusion??????????????????????????????9 BACKGROUND I am proposing for a library to be put into the Exton campus of Delaware County Community College. There is currently not a library at this location....   [tags: Business Proposals College Library Essays] 1303 words
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Photovoltaic Technology Impacts on Environment - ... Other than the difficulty in storing energy, fluctuations in sunshine, and as yet costly technology, the complete environmental effects of photo-voltaic technology and the use of solar energy remains largely unknown. This is in part due to the limited scale of the technology’s adoption at present, and as the world moves further towards alternative energy sources, it is critical that it does not move from one environmental disaster to yet another, as has been the case with nuclear and wind energy....   [tags: research proposal] 835 words
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Satire in Swift's A Modest Proposal - Satire in Swift's A Modest Proposal Swift's aim of his proposal is to expose the cruelty of the rich landlords of Ireland, who were not being aware of the poverty and suffering of the Irish people. Swift's proposal is an attempt to suggest a remedy of Ireland's situation by shocking those who are powerful enough to inflict change on Ireland's appalling circumstances. In order to do this Swift creates an alter ego, a persona who puts forth the ghastly proposal but in a logical fashion....   [tags: Papers] 605 words
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Overpopulation and Poverty in Ireland in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift - ... Swift has no other motive than the public good of his country, by advancing their trade, providing for infants, relieving the poor, and giving some pleasure to the rich. The targeted audience of the proposal being the people of Dublin, Ireland. The main point of this proposal is to get people to open their eyes and do something to stop those problems; otherwise, it would resort to them having to do something drastic. This proposal that Swift is presenting is mostly satirical. Although his idea would work in theory to fix their country’s problems, it is a morally insane idea....   [tags: children, problems, beggars, thieves] 553 words
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Marriage Proposal in Pride and Prejudice - Marriage Proposal in Pride and Prejudice During "Pride and Prejudice" there are six examples of marriage proposals to consider. Throughout this essay I am going to be commenting on the proposals between Mr Darcy and Lizzie the first time, Mr Collins and Lizzie, Mr Collins and Charlotte as well as Mr Bingley and Jane, Wickham and Lydia and the second proposal of Mr Darcy to Lizzie. Whilst looking at these proposals I will also be analysing the aspects of Love, Money, the relative status and class and the views of others, which might have influence within these proposals....   [tags: Pride Prejudice Essays Jane Austen ] 3083 words
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Rhetorical Analysis in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift - Jonathan Swift is the speaker in the story, A Modest Proposal. He is also the author of many other books and stories. In the text of A Modest Proposal, Swift addresses what he believes to be a big issue in the magnificent country of Ireland, Dublin to be exact. Therefore, he proposes a solution to the problem, however, the solution is not what we would call humane, orthodox, reasonable, or even one that we would consider performing today. Swift wrote this piece for anyone that can read and comprehend what the text implies....   [tags: ireland, good will] 538 words
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Research Proposal: The Attention Span of Students During Class - Did you know that the first few minutes of class is the only time a student listens to their teacher. A student listens to a 60-90 minute lectures from classroom to classroom for 200 school days. But a student cannot focus their attention for that long so they ended up losing their attention somewhere else. Someday, this may be a trouble to their parents. Students lacking concentration may cause failure in planning for their future. Attention refers to the state of applying the mind into specific information currently seen in our surroundings....   [tags: Research Proposals]
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Historical Content of A Modest Proposal - ‘If you ignore the historical content of A Modest Proposal you will misunderstand it.’ Discuss. When A Modest Proposal was published, or to give it’s full name "A Modest Proposal for preventing the children of poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country, and for making them beneficial to the public." England dominated the whole of Ireland. English landlords owned much of Ireland’s property, Charging ridiculous amounts for rent to poor tenants who could barely afford to pay....   [tags: Johnathan Swift] 1812 words
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Challenges and Opportunities of Achieving Consensus on a UN Reform Proposal - Reforms and changes in the United Nations have always been fraught with obstacles that must be overcome amidst competing national interests of member states. There are challenges that must be addressed and opportunities that must be seized for member states to come into consensus on a proposal that would have repercussions and consequences to international and national policies and norms, which would affect domestic, regional and international relations. The UN Emergency Peace Service proposal, which aims to effectively and quickly respond to genocide and other humanitarian crimes, is no exception....   [tags: United Nations]
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The Satirical Nature of Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal - ... In the beginning of “The Modest Proposal” Swift uses pathos or emotion. He describes the position of the impoverished people of Ireland, in order to raise an emotional reaction from the reader. Swift discusses the “melancholy” sight of “beggars of the female sex followed by three, four, or six children, all in rags” who asks every passenger they see for a handout. He also states that the mothers who are unable to work are forced to “employ all their time in strolling to beg sustenance for their helpless infants: who as they grow up turn into thieves, want for work or leave their native country.” Swift also persuades the reader to support his position, stating that the children are in t...   [tags: pathos, poverty, cannibalism]
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A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift - A Modest Proposal A Modest Proposal is everything that a satirical story should be. It includes sarcasm and irony as Jonathan Swift takes us through a roller coaster ride to show us how the poor are treated miserably. The narrator begins by leading us down a path. He seems sincere and thinks it is a pity how everywhere you walk in the streets of Dublin you see the poor begging people for hand outs. He is seeking a solution to help the commonwealth. He appears to be a logical, educated person who makes it clear that he has been studying this subject for years....   [tags: sarcasm irony satire] 1465 words
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The Potato Famine in A Modest Proposal, by Jonathan Swift - ... Or possibly, swift proposed to use the skin and other parts for an “elegant jacket” or other clothing attire. His argument is structured as a plan. This plan includes the process, the price, the quality and the possibility of the delicious taste the baby has to offer. The assumption of the proposal is it’s the last resort to fix the poverty crisis in Ireland. Swifts character as a writer is sarcastic. In this piece the author writes in a satirical writing style, much like his other published novels....   [tags: satirical piece, ireland, poverty] 629 words
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