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Organizational Learning and Strategic Management - Effects of the Proper Research and Strategic Management Lit review Introduction Brainstorming new great ideas is always fun especially when its something that interest you and that you have a passion for. Having a special interest will help you to keep focus on your main goal and ultimately gear you towards the goal that you set forth. You always make sure that the information that you receive is useful (Lawler, Jossey-Bass, 1985). Before you can make a goal for this specific area of interest some may say it is wise to set forth some kind of order by making a plan first....   [tags: research, business proposal, information]
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Satire and Colonialism in the Eighteenth Century: Jonathan Swift - This essay will be on Jonathan swifts books ‘a Modest Proposal’ and ‘Gulliver’s Travels. Satire is defined as using writing to poke fun at or ridicule a particular person or human weakness in general. Swift was born in 1667 and lived until 1745. at the time Swift was writing about the conditions for poor Catholics in Ireland, a quote states that ‘for many years these laws excluded Catholics from all public life and much normal private social activity. They made it illegal for Catholics to buy land, obtain a mortgage on it, rent it at a reasonable profit or even inherit it normally’ this shows that Catholics had noting....   [tags: modest proposal, gulliver's travels] 583 words
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A Modest Proposal: Jonathan Swift's Political Statement About Conditions of Life in 1729 - "A Modest Proposal” a Political Statement Mouth-watering, scrumptious, and delicious are a few words that come to mind when you think of Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal.” His satire on the conditions of life in 1729 was to draw its readers to serious discussion on the distressing matters that plagued their society. His extreme and sarcastic response to the treatment of the ever-growing poor population of Irish families, by the rich English landowners, was to bring to light a matter that they had come to accept as normal....   [tags: satire ] 1090 words
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Pastoral Poetry Represented in The Passionate Shepherd to His Love by Christopher Marlowe and The Nymph to the Shepherd by Sir Walter Ralegh - ... To persuade the beautiful nymph, the shepherd emphasizes on some of the points in his poem such as these: “And I will make thee beds of Roses And a thousand fragrant posies, A cap of flowers, and a kirtle Embroidered all with leaves of myrtle; A gown made of the finest wool Which from our pretty lambs we pull; Fair lined slippers for the cold, With buckles of the purest gold; A belt of straw and Ivy buds, With Coral clasps and Amber studs: The shepherd sees all those things as a life full of love with the nymph....   [tags: persuade, audience, proposal, ]
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Lawrence Leduc's Arguement in His Article Electoral Reform Proposal Failures in Canada - ... The second is to emphasize the difficulty of transforming the issue of electoral reform to a political movement. The third is to highlight the threat that electoral reform poses to politicians. The clear introduction provides compelling arguments and informs young readers on an issue that they are not very familiar with. Of the whole article, there are two parts that provided the most logical arguments and compelling evidence. The first part was when he discussed about the history of the relationship between the government and electoral reform proposals....   [tags: government, citizens’ assembly, voters] 836 words
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Budget Proposal From Former Governor Governor Bob McDonnell - ... In the plan there is a lot of cutting to programs that are deemed unnecessary and reallocating of funds that Governor McDonnell feels are very important, for example Medicaid. This program is what spark new debate in the house and senate about how Medicaid should not be expanded. This expansion would require Virginia to accept more federal funds. These funds expand Medicare to low-income families. However the commerce and labor committees in the Senate accepted the competing budget plans on February 16, 2014, which sought an alternative solution....   [tags: Governmet, House, Senate] 711 words
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A research Proposal on the Study of Market Potential of Fast Food Restaurants in India - ... As per worldwatch.org, India’s fast food industry is growing enormously at a CAGR of 40%. The entry of multinational fast food outlets like McDonalds, Subway, etc has revolutionized the industry in its own way. According to the survey carried out in the study among the population of age group 20-27 years, it was found that the emergence of traits of independence in their eating habits, nutritional education, divergence of food preferences at home and at fast food outlets and ambience of place for socializing affects the visit and liking of fast food outlets....   [tags: consumption, fast food, consumers] 782 words
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Gender Roles and Marriage in The Proposal by Chekhov and Country Lovers by Gordimer - In the following essay I will compare and contrast gender roles and marriage between “The Proposal” by Anton Chekhov and “Country Lovers” by Nadine Gordimer to showing how women tried to survive in controlling their identity. This essay will compare and contrast each of the characters used by two very different writers. The early 1900’s era was not kind to people in their struggle for what they tried to accomplish with their lives. Nadine Gordimer was born 1923 in Africa. She was against the opposition that the black people of Africa had to face and stressed this issue in her writings....   [tags: Compare Contrast]
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School Guidance Counseling Group: When Parents Divorce - ... Each session will provide students with a channel for the sharing of feelings prompted by sentence stems or free expression and other activities (Beverly, Molloy, Hart, Ginsberg & Mulvey, 2007). Built up feelings of anger and distress are given a channel for expression by way of art therapy and role-play activities. The purpose of this group is not merely for random venting but also a pathway towards a more positive focus. Such conversations can give way to and should be encouraged towards peer mentoring....   [tags: social, academic, development, proposal] 2678 words
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King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” and Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” - Martin Luther King’s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" is a very sophisticated argument that gets to the point, but in the same time it gets very deep and complex. The letter is a historical and emotional letter that spoke to the hearts of people all across America. It was also well thought out and wrote with great deep meaning. By using three categories of persuasion, ethos, pathos, and logos, King was able to get on a much needed personal level with his audience. Along with letting the reader know that he had valid ideas and reasons....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Complex Relationships in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen - ... In addition, Jane is described by Caroline Bingley as sweet (even despite her lack of knowledge of Jane) . Elizabeth Bennet also describes her sister to be a wonderful sister because people have a general liking to her (outside of her beauty), she has also never spoken ill of anyone and is just a general good human being. While Jane is being described as this wonderful, beautiful, and kind human being throughout the novel; the sames is said for Mr. Bingley. Mr. Bingley is continually said to be gentlemanlike and he is described by the author about him being very pleasant, easy going, and to have manners toward all people (despite his higher ranking)....   [tags: judgements, proposal, dating] 2262 words
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My Proposal to Revitalize the Block of Abandoned Houses at 8-20 Oakmount Road - ... Zubkewych Ms. Irwin told her that the block of houses at 8-20 Oakmount road, 1834-1844 Bloor street west, 3-17 Pacific avenue were built over 100 years ago, she said before they were houses the whole block used to be owned be a doctor who made it into farm land. So therefore we know the soil is non-toxic. The reason the houses were recently torn down is because the owner was trying to get the permits to build but was unable to so he sold the land to a development company. This ties into science because we now know that the soil is not toxic or acidic (since plants can’t grow well in acidic soil, it has to be basic) and that plants will be able to grow in the soil....   [tags: eco-friendly reconstruction] 604 words
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Revenue Neutral and Enhancing Alternative Proposal for Unethical Taxation of Salaried Income - ... More recently, the National Federation of Independent Businesses has asserted that one principle of ‘‘fair’’ social security reform is that payroll taxes must not be increased. In tax-related matters, taxpayers are rightfully influenced by their economic self-interest. However, in attempting to influence tax policies, taxpayers (be they individuals or corporate executives acting on behalf of their firms) should also contemplate what is fair and ethical, because ignoring such concerns potentially undermines a crucial attribute of any tax system – the extent to which the system’s structure provides for fair and ethical treatment of taxpayers....   [tags: systems governing interactions among entities] 1192 words
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Education Research Proposal: Tutoring Plan for Students Requiring Supplemental Educational Services - Abstract Public schools who have not made adequate yearly progress (AYP) by increasing student academic achievement are required under No Child Left Behind (NCLB), to offer those students in low-income families the opportunity to receive Supplemental Educational Services (SES). This research proposal will explore different types of tutoring models and offer an approach to help close the gap in the learning process of these students. Using a rigorous tutoring plan and implementing the plan early in the school year will give these students a head start in their academic journey....   [tags: no child left behind, NCLB, teaching, teacher] 2473 words
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Research Proposal: Context-Aware Adaptation Modeling for Mobile Cloud Application - Research Proposal: Context-Aware Adaptation Modeling for Mobile Cloud Application Keywords: Context-Awareness, Adaptation, Distributed system, Mobile Cloud and Response time INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY AND PROBLEM STATEMENT Mobile cloud computing makes it possible to have a rapid access to a vast computational resources on a data centre application by the users at different levels of details, context and presentation according to several parameter which depends on the user and his/her environment [1]....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Resolving a Shortage of City Police Officers - Resolving a Shortage of City Police Officers Subject: Proposal to Write a Report Recommending a Pay Increase to Remedy the Shortage of City of Miami Police Officers Over the past few years, the nation has faced a "crisis" with the shortage of police officers (Axtman, 2006). It is well known that crime rates increase with the decrease in the number of police officers. Researchers have looked for the cause of such a decline and have identified low pay as a major reason for the deficiency. Problem Recent protests by City of Miami Police Officers have captured the attention of Miami-Dade County....   [tags: Plan Proposal] 1687 words
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Watchlife: Wearable Electronic Devices - Introduction Nowadays wearable electronic devices are becoming more and more popular. On the one hand, people care more about their health. Therefore wristband with health monitoring function are highly demanding. On the other hand, the trend of larger screen smartphone makes it difficult to hold within one hand. So some manufacturers provide smartwatches as accessories of their smartphones which have screens over 5 inches. Today we want to introduce Watchlife, a totally new wearable device that is truly designed to enhance people’s life....   [tags: business proposal analysis] 1180 words
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In a Modest Proposal, by Jonathan Swift, the main objective was to draw - In a Modest Proposal, by Jonathan Swift, the main objective was to draw attention to the plight of the Irish people and motiva In a Modest Proposal, by Jonathan Swift, the main objective was to draw attention to the downfall of the Irish people and motivate readers to find a workable solution. Unlike most essays, this is written for the reader to see through what the narrator is expressing. Swift shows the readers his proposal mainly through irony. Irony can be defined as expressing the opposite of what is meant....   [tags: English Literature] 994 words
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Legislative Proposal For New Indecency Language In Telecom Bill - Legislative Proposal for New Indecency Language in Telecom Bill I. Summary Although the October 16, 1995 legislative proposal purports to regulate “ computer pornography”, the proposal contains fatal flaws which render the proposal at best counterproductive and at worst devastating to on-line communications. First, it prohibits, but fails to define, “indecent” speech to minors -- a dangerously vague, medium-specific, and, after decades of litigation, still undefined concept, which may include mere profanity....   [tags: essays research papers] 2874 words
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Contrast Between Satire in The Rape Of The Lock and A Modest Proposal - Contrast Between Satire in The Rape Of The Lock and A Modest Proposal        Although Alexander Pope's, "The Rape Of The Lock" and Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal" are both witty satires, they differ on their style, intention, and mood. To begin, in "The Rape Of The Lock," Alexander Pope uses Horation satire to invoke a light, whimsical, melancholy mood to illustrate the absurdity of fighting over the cutting of one's hair. In fact, Horation satire is defined by K. Lukes as a device that is: " urban, smiling, witty" and "seeks to correct the human foibles." and is further reiterated in The Concise Oxford Dictionary Of Literary terms as: "Horation satire, often contrasted with the bit...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Comparison of Pope's The rape of the Lock and Swift's A Modest Proposal - Although Alexander Pope's, The Rape of the Lock, and Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal are both witty satires, they differ on their style, intention, and mood. To begin, in The Rape of the Lock, Alexander Pope uses satire to invoke a capricious, melancholy mood to illustrate the absurdity of fighting over the cutting of one's hair. Hidden inside this poem is a crafty criticism of the society that helps create the crisis over the stolen lock. A Society in which appearances ere more important to a person’s sense of identity, and treats the insignificant with utmost importance....   [tags: essays research papers] 758 words
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Comparison of Mr. Collins' Proposal to Elizabeth with Mr. Darcy's - Comparison of Mr. Collins' Proposal to Elizabeth with Mr. Darcy's Jane Austen does not use the word love very often in 'Pride and Prejudice', marriage is mentioned frequently throughout the novel, but love may have been considered too strong a word. During her lifetime Jane Austen was exposed to fashionable society and she learnt to gather inspiration, and then write it down in her witty, poignant way. She lived in a time when reputation was everything and women wanted no more than to settle down with a husband, whom preferably should exceed their own income....   [tags: Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Essays] 810 words
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Proposal for paper - Could Genocide have been prevented? - Proposal for paper - Could Genocide have been prevented. Introduction -     The meaning of Genocide, and the impact it has on a single person and society. -     Start out with a few interesting facts about the war in Bosnia -     Information on the key players that were involved in the war and genocide -     Talk about how the war began/ conflict of interest and religion in area. Thesis -     Specifically state to the reader if there was U.N. intervention, could genocide have been avoided. -     What were the reasons for lack of intervention....   [tags: essays research papers] 701 words
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Essay on Utopia - Constitution of the United States as a Utopian Proposal - The Constitution of the United States as a Utopian Proposal     Few people would take issue with the statement that America faces monumental challenges both to its own well-being as well as to its self-imposed duty to become "a more perfect union". Over the years, many speakers, authors, and dreamers have used the dirty facts of this nation's (and its predecessors') seemingly unrepentant capitalism, paternalism, belligerence, and tendency toward cultural assimilation to declare the entire enterprise bankrupt and to focus, not on where, exactly, the USA went wrong, but instead on what the truly ideal civilization would look like....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Proposal for Pine Valley Furniture Ecommerce Webstore - Proposal for Pine Valley Furniture Ecommerce Webstore Now is the time to implement an Ecommerce webstore, and Eysie and Sehr Management Information System Consultants are the people who can make it happen. In an effort to maintain a competitive advantage Pine Valley Furniture needs to implement an ecommerce webstore. Making this transition and developing a webstore illustrates Pine Valley Furniture's commitment to change with the times and will prevent the loss of market share by competition. Trying to justify why Pine Valley Furniture needs to develop a webstore is futile, the reality is that developing a web-store for Pine Valley Furniture is a matter of survival....   [tags: Business and Management Studies Essays]
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A Modest Proposal to Rid Our Country of the Homeless (Satire) - I am sure that you agree that in our country it would be an offence to provide for someone who intrudes on the many firms that have business in our country. Therefore, tell me this: Why is it acceptable to give money to a person who destroys the public image, sleeps on the property of something that is not theirs, and is not increasing our GDP. To see these homeless people on the streets of our cities, is NOT such a pleasant sight. We pay our taxes for a reason: education for our children; a national health service; the maintenance of our roads; the sewers that take away the dirty water from your home....   [tags: Example Persuasive Speech] 1218 words
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Proposal for International Foods at the University Dining Services - Proposal for International Foods at the University Dining Services Pedro Cabrera came to State University from Puerto Rico. He decided to be an exchange student at State because he was interested in experiencing life in the United States, and because he was excited about the excellent veterinarian program offered at State. While he loves attending college and living in the United States, there are some things that he would like to change, or rather introduce to State University. Pedro admitted that he feels homesick at times, a feeling not uncommon to new freshmen....   [tags: Argument Proposition Essays] 1306 words
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Rejection to the Proposal of Mr. Clotter John Ko - Rejection to the Proposal of Mr. Clotter John Ko Is generalised Genetic Screening for Factor V Leiden Necessary. =============================================================== Genetic screening has no doubt have been the one of the most controversial issue in the branch of medicine. The new issue has recently triggered the on-going debate: the dilemma of whether the Government should allow the Genetic screening of all 16 year old girls for mutation in specific gene called the Factor V which sometimes lead to condition called the DVT , or not....   [tags: Papers] 1523 words
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Research Proposal for Academic Achievement and Parental Involvement - Abstract Most recently there has been much heated debate regarding our children's education and the blamed responsibility to be in the hands of the educational system. However, researchers and educators generally agree that parents play an extremely important role in students' academic development. Parents have been found to actually have the advantage over peers, educators, counselors, and other professionals. This study examines the assumed relationship with a student's academic achievement and the amount of parental involvement they receive....   [tags: Teaching Education Schools Learning Essays]
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Research Proposal: Business Process Outsourcing In South Africa - Research Proposal: Business Process Outsourcing In South Africa Table of Contents 1 Introduction and Background 1 2 Definition of Research Problem 2 3 Preliminary Literature Review 2 4 Research Design and Method 4 5 Timeframe 5 6 Framework for Proposed Study 6 7 Provisional List of Sources 6 8 Date of Completion 7 1 Introduction and Background In the nineties corporations realised that due to economic and business pressures, corporations need to focus on core business activities. In addition rapid technology advances rendered the provision of IT services free from the business location....   [tags: Research Methodology Business] 1491 words
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Proposal To Implement Supply Chain Management Program - Project Proposal Sheet 1.0 Idea HANA KIMI CO. would like to adopt an online Supply Chain Management System (SCM) whereby the customers may buy company's products online via company's website and able to track the status of the order including the availability of the stocks by integrating the Online Sales System with the company's Inventory, Manufacturing and Production System. 2.0 Type of Project √ Revenue Generating √ Cost Savings 3.0 Type of System Horizontal: The implementation of the online SCM will involve the operational level only Vertical: The following functions will be integrated: * Manufacturing and Production System * Sales and Marketing System * Inventory System 4.0 Busine...   [tags: SCM ERP Enterprise Resource Planning Software] 1575 words
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European Commission’s Proposal on Software Patents - European Commission’s Proposal on Software Patents The European Commission should maintain and clarify its limitations on patents for software, to fight against American mega companies attempting to globally monopolize software, to avoid the mistakes the United States has made, and to potentially let Europe emerge as a software mecca, where software can continue to make significant advancements. This viewpoint can be supported with several ethical considerations, including Ethical Egoism, Utilitarianism, and Pluralism....   [tags: Technology Computers Essays]
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Analysis of Irony - Irony, by its definition, is a rhetorical device or literary technique that conveys a subsurface meaning which is exactly opposite from the literal meaning of its evident words. Writers tend to employ such a technique to evoke readers’ reconsiderations about the issue that stated by the writer. Jonathan Swift in his A Modest Proposal throws out what he called a “modest proposal”, which is utterly horrific and inhuman, to address the poverty problem. Mark Twin, too, expresses his enthusiastic and patriotic emotion towards the war in his The War Prayer....   [tags: Jonathan Swift, Modest Proposal] 744 words
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Suppression and Hence Deterioration in the State of the Catholic - In 'A Modest Proposal', swift has portrayed the 18th century Ireland as plagued with the problem of overpopulation, unemployment, poverty and the exploitation of the labor class by the bourgeoisie(middle class). The same problem being addressed by Karl Marx in sociological labor theories. The course of actions suggested by Swift J is, however, adverse and sets forth an example of a satirical classic piece of literature viewed and analyzed by many people over the centuries. The theme of the essay is suppression and hence deterioration in the state of the Catholic subjects at the hands of their Protestant Landlords and similar conditions pertaining to 1729 in Ireland....   [tags: modest proposal, protestan landlords, ireland]
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Juvenile Delinquency: Causes and Deterrence - Introduction Juvenile delinquency is committing criminal acts or offenses by a young person, generally involving people under the age of eighteen. That is what this research proposal is about. For my research proposal my research question is what can cause or deter juvenile delinquency in first time offenders. I feel that this is an important question to be asking, because in our society there is too much juvenile delinquency and if we can use this research to figure out what can cause and deter this phenomenon then we could sincerely help a lot of adolescents....   [tags: research proposal, crime, child abuse]
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Proposal on Abortion - ... The statistics shown is inconceivable but true. It is evident that these rates can pose a threat to the current population. Not only that, these rates are the cause of the increase in premarital sex, increase in divorce rates, and decrease in commitment between married people. There is a connection between those three factors of abortion and the increase of children born without father figures in their lives; which then leads to possible increase in crime rates across the country. I believe that both the female who seeks to resort to this so-called solution, and the medical staff in practice are both murderers....   [tags: voluntary termination of pregnancy] 993 words
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What the Two Proposals in "Pride and Prejudice" Reveal About Marriage in that Culture - ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is a novel fixated on marriage: throughout, all the ‘action’ occurs within scenes devoted to either the talk of marriage or actual proposals. This cannot be expounded more than within the very first line: ‘It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife’. Here, at the beginning of the novel, a definite, though somewhat sarcastic, statement introduces the main theme of the novel – marriage- and, possibly more importantly, not love....   [tags: Proposals, marriage, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Aus] 1244 words
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Exploring the Concept of Satire in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift, and Top of the Food Chain by T. Coraghessan Boyle - ... He is trying to shock readers with a twisted story, but also bring about change to the England and Ireland societies. In “A Modest Proposal,” the whole story is based on satire. There are parts of the story that stand out to the audience though. For an example the quote, “It is a melancholy object to those who walk through this great town or travel in the country, when they see the streets, the roads, and cabin doors, crowded with beggars of the female sex, followed by three, four, or six children, all in rags and importuning every passenger for an alms.” This quote is very ironic, because the scene Swift proceeds to describe is more tragic, than melancholy....   [tags: human misery, food chain, pesticides]
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Just what, If Anything, Is Wrong with Y and Z’s Proposal in John Harris's Survival Lottery - Utilitarianism in its simplest form, claims that the morally right action is that which produces the greatest good, but questions not what the means are to achieve it. Jeremy Bentham and later John Stuart Mill are regarded as the founders of modern utilitarianism and believe that the greatest good is pleasure. John Stuart Mill (1806-73), states that utilitarianism is the moral theory that “actions are right in proportion as they tend to promote happiness, wrong as they tend to produce the reverse of happiness.” John Harris’s proposes a ‘survival lottery’ which would minimise the overall number of deaths in a society by arbitrarily sacrificing individuals so their organs can be used to ‘give...   [tags: utilitarism, John Stuart Mill]
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A Modest Proposal, to Save the Country’s Image: Examining the Oppression Toward the Irish Poor - A Modest Proposal, to save the country’s image: Examining the oppression toward the Irish poor A Modest Proposal: For Preventing the Children of Poor People in Ireland from Being a Burden to Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public was published in 1729 by Jonathan Swift. It was published during an economic crisis and a period where the English developed a great dissatisfaction toward the Irish. The Irish were facing a devastating economic crisis during the 1700s. The Irish faced starvation and Swift wanted to expose the misfortunate lives of the poor in order to have the country striving for change in the lives of each....   [tags: Literature Review]
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Similarities between Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail and Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal - Even the most cursory analysis of "Letter From Birmingham Jail" by Martin Luther King, Jr. and "A Modest Proposal" by Jonathan Swift reveals glaring differences between the two essays. Surprisingly, a side-by-side comparison also yields many similarities between the two works. The most obvious similarity between the two essays is the overarching theme of the subject matter. In both essays, the writers address deeply-entrenched social injustices. For example, in "Letter From Birmingham Jail", King, in his highly-impassioned and evocative style, submits a powerful essay that addresses racial segregation in the American South during the 1950s and 1960s....   [tags: comparative literary analysis]
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Satire Found in Candiate by Voltaire, Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervates, and A Modest Proposal by Jonathon Swift - ... Horatian satire gently pokes fun at social vice through light-hearted humor. In Don Quixote, the author mocks the society he lived in: people lacking the manners of knights. In the story, Don Quixote unhappily witnesses a boy being abused by a farmer, who he believes is a knight, the farmer promises no further injustice to the boy and “swears to [Don Quixote] by all orders of knighthood” and Don Quixote, believing in the word of knights, leaves the farmer flogging the boy even more severely (1542)....   [tags: flaws, society, horation, juvenialism] 672 words
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Proposal in Criminal Protection of the Electronic Contracts in Saudi Arabia System A comparative Analytic Study - Proposal in Criminal protection of the electronic contracts in Saudi Arabia System A comparative analytic study Presented by Introduction The use of modern technology in the Internet enable rapid information exchange among people, which never experienced by human before. This notion encouraged many individuals prefer to end their trade contracts and legal actions through online network trade. Although, electronic commerce mainly depend on the computer system and the use of this technique showed many problems in the scientific and legal levels of network transactions....   [tags: Cyber Crime]
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Canada and the United States of America Necessary Allies in Matters of Defence: A Canadian Policy Proposal - Canada and the United States of America Necessary Allies in Matters of Defence: A Canadian Policy Proposal Defence cooperation is a significant component to the Canadian-American relationship. Not only does each country have to provide individual defence and provide defence for their neighbour, but both Canada and the United States seek to defend North America as well. Being the two neighbouring North American countries, it is essential that Canada and the United States work collaboratively to ensure the safety of North America and its people....   [tags: North America] 2292 words
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Study Proposal: Testing Peer Counseling and Case Management Based Intervention for HIV Treatment - Study Proposal: Testing Peer Counseling and Case Management Based Intervention for HIV Treatment Testing peer counseling and case management based intervention as a tool of building up and maintaining adherence to HIV treatment and care among HIV-positive injection drug users in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Background “The Russian Federation has experienced one of the fastest growing HIV epidemics observed anywhere in the world” (Niccolai at al, 2011). According to the data of Russian Federal AIDS Center, at the end of 2012 more than 700 000 people on Russia were registered with HIV (Federal AIDS Center factsheet)....   [tags: Healthcare, Medicine]
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Response to Proposal to Cut Extra Cirricular Activities in High School - Response to Proposal to Cut Extra Cirricular Activities in High School Our principal recently asked for the student’s opinions on the “school cuts” proposal. This proposition proposes that all extra curricular activities be cut until the money situation improves as predicted in two or three years. What do you think of first when someone mentions the word school. Most kids, if asked, would probably say their basketball team, cheerleading squad, or the various clubs they may be involved in. For some kids these extra curricular activities may be the only thing productive that they do outside of school....   [tags: Papers] 359 words
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Connecting The Tempest, Of Cannibals, Eating Gifted Children, and Modest Proposal - Connection Between The Tempest, Of Cannibals, Eating Gifted Children, and Modest Proposal There are several, in-depth connections presented in The Tempest by William Shakespeare, "Of Cannibals" by Michel de Montaigne, "How to Raise Your I.Q. by Eating Gifted Children" by Lewis Frumkes, and "A Modest Proposal" by Jonathan Swift. While all these stories feature civilization and the uncivilized coming into contact with one another, perhaps for the first time, they also feature a deeper connection....   [tags: Tempest essays] 628 words
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Proposal For The Local Needs Assessment - The work that I propose to do falls neatly into four components, three of them closely related as part of a local needs assessment. The three foci of research in the needs assessment are: (1) Midland College faculty, (2) Midland College students, and (3) local businesses. The other component of research is to do case studies about established and successful programs at other community colleges. To conduct the local needs assessment, I propose to do the following tasks: Task 1: Research technical writing program needs of Midland College faculty....   [tags: Research Planning] 814 words
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Proposal of a New Sorting Algorithm - Abstract—Computational problems have significance from the early civilizations. These problems and solutions are used for the study of universe. Numbers and symbols have been used for different fields e.g. mathematics, statistics. After the emergence of computers the number and objects needs to be arranged in a particular order i.e. ascending and descending orders. The ordering of these numbers is generally referred to as sorting. Sorting gained a lot of importance in computer sciences and its applications are in file systems etc....   [tags: computers]
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A Proposal to Reverse Obesity Rates - Obesity is a rising problem in the United States. With obesity rates on the rise something must be done to prevent this massive issue. There are ways to help including educating at young ages, improving nutrition facts at restaurants, and providing more space for citizens to get physically active. Studies have linked obesity to many things from ear infections, to pollution, to air-conditioning, to socializing with obese people. The reason Americans are obese is because of the increasing luxury available to them....   [tags: Obesity in America]
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A Proposal to Prevent Global Warming - We humans cannot help but feel a twinge of regret when we contemplate how we brought forth the plague of global warming by our own hands in the passing years. Aside from rising sea levels as deluging coastal cities and depleting ozone layers as increasing cancer rates, we inevitably come face to face with one simple realization: it’s getting too hot in here. Moreover, we have been devastated by various extremes of nature, with spring frost storms and summer hurricanes arriving with increasing frequency....   [tags: Global Warming Essay] 826 words
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Proposal to Launch a New Magazine - 1.0 Overview of the consumer magazine market Over the years, there has been a change in where people obtain their information, news and entertainment. The new technology improvements such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets have changed dramatically the magazine industry. Generally said, consumer magazines must acquire loyal and satisfied customers in order to be successful in the market. Furthermore, the production and success of a magazine highly depends on advertisers and subscriptions....   [tags: New Magazine Startup]
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A Proposal for Major League Baseball - ... Kids and adults were leaving the action players brought to the field every day. Many did not know a lot about the steroids being used by famous players, but there were rumors in and out teams. Having a substance that will guarantee help in hand-and-eye coördination, better endurance, speed, power, agility and more is the miracle substance for any athlete. Being fun and all, there are numbers that alarms scouts, managers, general managers, fans, media, and more when a player is being productive....   [tags: steroids solutions, abilities, players]
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Proposal on Developing Partnership with Alitalia - Introduction Etihad Airways are currently considering on purchasing up to 49% of stakes in Alitalia S.p.A., a loss-making Italian carrier. Etihad will become the largest stakeholder of Alitalia if the deal was successful (Clark, 2014). This report will first assess on the portfolio of Alitalia by using the PESTLE analysis. It will then investigate the consideration in a critical way, by analysing the benefits and detriments on purchasing the stakes. The conditions set by Etihad for investing in Alitalia are debt restructures and job cuts (Flak and Goodman, 2014)....   [tags: Eithad Airways, ]
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A Proposal on the Energy Crisis - ... Fossil fuels are what power planes, trains, and automobiles to get us from place to place every day. What would we do without the large and high-powered SUVs that take us such long distances (sometimes up to a few miles!) to school and work every single day. Driving from place to place surely saves a lot of time and effort that we can now dedicate to watching videos of cats on the Internet and eating fast food from a drive thru window (another wonderful innovation caused by our obsession with cars)....   [tags: columbus, fossil fuels, conserve] 672 words
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Could Slowing the Effects of Global Warming Save Our World? - Could Slowing the Effects of Global Warming Global warming has been a recurring issue in the news lately, but not everyone realizes how great the impact is on the Earth. One space between sentences The whole world's climate is changing. Climate change occurs naturally, but now people are not only causing it, they’re speeding it up. Scientists believe that our use of fossil fuels causes global warming (Musgrave). If the 6.6 billion people on the earth change a few daily habits, we may be able to slow the effects of global warming and ensure that the life of our fossil fuels is extended....   [tags: Proposal Essay Global Warming] 1860 words
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Business Proposal for a Retail Shop Selling Sports Clothing and Equipment - Business Proposal for a Retail Shop Selling Sports Clothing and Equipment - Introduction - In this coursework I have chosen to plan a proposal for a new business. The type of business I have chosen is a retail shop selling sports clothing and equipment. The shop will be called "Sporting Glory" and will be situated in the High Street of Sutton in Surrey. The aim of the business is to provide quality sports clothing and equipment to it's customers at affordable prices. Through this coursework I will decide how the business will be set up, what stock the business will have to sell (i.e....   [tags: Papers] 648 words
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Switter: A Semantic Microblogging proposal - Alvaro Graves Department of Cognitive Sciences Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY 12180, USA gravea3@rpi.edu Abstract One aspect of the Semantic Web that has not been fully explored is the idea of good interfaces for interacting with small portions of semantic information, in particular with a few set of triples. Even though more and more data has been published in RDF, usually this came from already existing databases. On the other hand, microblogging sites such as Twitter have gained big popularity in the media and have become an important player in the so-called social networks....   [tags: Internet]
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Proposal for Dr. Friedlander Contract - 1. Expertise With over 25 years in the field of special education Dr. Friedlander brings a unique perspective to the field of assistive technology. Through the lens of a Licensed and Certified School Psychologist, Dr. Friedlander has worked with many children who present with learning differences who have benefited from the use of assistive technology. Dr. Friedlander is presently an Associate Professor of Education at the College of St. Elizabeth where he teaches graduate level courses in assistive technology and coordinates the Graduate Programs in Special Education....   [tags: Contract ] 1058 words
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Pollution and Environment Essay - Modest Proposal for Methanol and Ethanol Power - A Modest Proposal for Methanol and Ethanol Powered Cars        "We need more stringent regulations on car emissions... Let's add MTBE to the fuel- that will reduce pollution... If people would just stop driving so much, pollution wouldn't be so bad..." People have long recognized the problems with the gasoline we used now.  We have tried everything from putting regulations on emissions, to putting additives in the gasoline (only to discover later that MTBE got into the groundwater), to campaigns to get people off the road.  However, more and more cars are on the roads as the population increases, and people are not going to stop driving.  Additives are as likely to cause problems as they...   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution Preservation]
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Business Propsal - Aim: To produce satisfying films and related products in order to earn an appropriate profit and at least not lose money; and of course earning more out of the less is what we hope for. Outline of what we will involve As an overview, we will be involved in the producing/ filming of films with and without other business parties. As a start, we would like to share both the work, costs and gains; and after having enough experience, we would try to manage ourselves. Product Product name: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Details: This is a film we have produced, based on the novel of the same name, by the well known author J.K....   [tags: Film Movie Harry Potter Business Proposal] 882 words
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Proposal To Reduce Unemployment - In the past fifty years the economy of the United States has changed dramatically, whether it be the social or economic status. What can be said is that with the current recession that has taken place the lives of millions of Americans are being affected everyday. More jobs are being cut, and newer job opportunities are being taken away because of insufficient funds or lack of education. What I am planning to propose is a budget that will drastically change the way the economy has been looked upon in the last century....   [tags: Economics, Unemployment Essays] 1572 words
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An American Healthcare Proposal - The first thing that would be enacted through my optimal health care reform plan would be making employer based insurance mandatory. Individuals who are employed will be eligible for health insurance coverage and will not be able to opt out with out proof of other insurance. Employer based insurance will become more affordable for both employers and employees through a tax credit incentive. Employers will be able to choose which plans to provide to employees through the use of a Health Exchange....   [tags: Healthcare, argumentative, persuasive] 769 words
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Research Proposal Argument Paper - Kill them; kill them all sounds harsh doesn’t it. But if you think about it, which are the way most murders, rapist, and serial killers fell about us. So why not return the favors kill them, kill them all. Like I said this is how they feel about us (criminals). You hear about it in the daily news reasons behind the crimes that criminals comment. They say it’s because of their childhood or they were just born that way (evil). And we as society accept that reasoning and say, well we need to help these criminals....   [tags: Capital Punishment]
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Proposal of Marijuana Legalization - Marijuana has a greater beneficial impact on society then many people realize. Marijuana should be legalized for medical as well as recreational purposes. This is a highly controversial issue that is being debated throughout the country. In essence marijuana is evaluated by the effectiveness of the drug. It is defined as the dried flowered clusters and leaves of a hemp plant smoked for the intoxicating effect. Whether it should be legalized or not is the real question. Many could argue that marijuana is destructive physically as well as mentally....   [tags: Drugs ]
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Preventive Maintenance Program Proposal - This report analyzes a need for an inclusive monthly preventive maintenance program at State University’s Alumni House (SUAH). The purpose of this report is to provide Mr. Rob Geis, Alumni House Manager, with the information necessary to begin an inclusive monthly preventive maintenance program and to help process and solve unanticipated problems, while reducing high maintenance costs. The purpose of the preventive maintenance program (PMP) is to reduce structural damages, reduce monthly utility costs, and reduce potential problems, while educating employees about potential hazards, providing employees with a sense of environmental security, and increasing the physical appearance of the SUAH...   [tags: Preventive Maintenance Program]
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Bose Corporation Business Proposal - Bose Corporation Bose Corporation was established in 1964 by Dr. Amar G. Bose he was a professor of electrical engineering in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Business Wire, 2013). The company fundamental goals developed new technologies in satisfaction of pleasing their customers. New technological advances impacted the corporation in a positive way and innovated new ways for decades to gain customers outlook. Some of the technological advances of the corporation are products for the home, car, and public spaces....   [tags: Laos, International Market Products]
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Campaign Finance Reform Proposal - In the last election cycle, 132 Americans accounted for sixty percent of all the Super Political Action Committees (PACs) money (Lessig 2013). With statistics like this, it is no wonder the average American does not feel as though his or her vote is meaningful. In the current American way of government elections, the average citizen does not choose the candidate; he or she merely deciphers which best fits his or her beliefs the best out of the ones suggested by the large election donators. The question at hand here is whether there should be an amendment that limits the amount of money corporations and organizations can give to potential political figures, as well as organizations that fund...   [tags: candidates, elected officials]
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Research Proposal: Customer Satisfaction - Introduction The goal of my research is to examine and find internal ways to distinguish customer satisfaction among one of the nations largest telecommunication company. The services offered include a range of telecommunications services, including wireless communications; local exchange services; long-distance services; data/broadband and internet services; video services; telecommunications equipment; managed networking; and wholesale services (Wireless Telecommunication Services Industry Profile: United States, 2013, 20)....   [tags: telecommunication company, management]
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Presentation of Research Proposal - ... Different settings of everyday uses of language addressee different types of interactions and constrain the communicative resources that are available (Clark, 1996). The definition of a set of general rules about turn-taking strategies has to deal with this double nature of language use. Despite there are some stable constrains about how turn-taking is managed, there are always adjustments depending on the settings and context in which the conversation takes place. The more a system can deal with dynamism through a set of fixed regulations, the more robust will be the recovery strategies....   [tags: management, multimodal dialogue]
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Proposal for Film Production - PRODUCERS STATEMENT: Reviewing my tenure at the university I have yet to produce a short film in its enterity. Of course I have helped others with outside productions like Oliver Twist 2012. However my role was more of a director and senior member of the team. While I did invest in the production it is wholly owned by another member of the group. Over the years I have contributed towards the organisation of other projects in assocaition with Dr. Wendy Moody for several of the graduation fashion shows and most notebly the NSPCC and Childline Charity Show where we raised over £6'000 in one night....   [tags: university, director, music] 1406 words
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Media Proposal - The media industry has experienced a great deal of upheaval over the last several years. This process is best exemplified by all the changes in the music industry. Albums were a secure and controlled delivery method from their introduction in the 1940s until well into the 1980s when they were overtaken by the more portable cassettes. However, the most important innovation of cassettes was the ability for consumers to create their own cassette recordings. As the next generation moved to recordable CDs, this spawned the adoption of CD “ripping” and allowed consumers to make mp3 versions of their songs that could then be re-recorded in any order or mix they wanted....   [tags: Media] 854 words
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Marketing Proposal - The senior management needs to involve all level of staff in decision-making processes. Importantly, they should be informed and assured of the strategies that the management is going to introduce and initiate on behalf of the organization. The equal opportunity of involvement and participation certainly develops the feeling of ownership. Armstrong (2006) points out that an ethical approach is based on high- commitment and high-involvement policies. As a result, the staffs suppose the effective implementation of the strategies framed out with their suggestions and consents as their responsibility and accountability, which in turn help the management concretize its targets....   [tags: Marketing] 2273 words
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Tenure Proposal - Tenure, according to the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), “is an arrangement whereby faculty members, after successful completion of a period of probationary service, can be dismissed only for adequate cause or other possible circumstances and only after a hearing before a faculty committee” (“Tenure,” n.d.). While this may sound quite simple and straightforward, tenure is a concept that has been met with much debate, especially over the past several years. “Some institutions and administrators contend that tenure is an antiquated system that imposed inflexible burdens on the academy, and may foster – or even encourage mediocrity” (Hill, 2010, p....   [tags: faculty memebers, probationary service]
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International Engineering Proposal - Background Our generation has become attached to technology, a fixation characterized by our endless fascination with our cell phones. Therefore, it didn’t take long for our group, engineers of different majors, different backgrounds, and different beliefs, to find some common ground: our cell phones. Any college student feels at a disadvantage if they forget their phone during a class or two; our group immediately realized how disadvantaged those in developing nations are without the same technology we take for granted....   [tags: Engineering ]
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Business Proposal- Communication - Lit Review of Communication The business dictionary defines communication as a two-way process of reaching mutual understanding in which participants exchange information, new, ideas, and feeling but also create and share meaning (communication) whereas business communication refers to communication that occurs people within an organization and how a company shares information to promote their services to potential customers (business communication). There are different channels of communication the three that I thought were interesting were as follows: upward channel, downward channel, and the horizontal channel....   [tags: mutual understanding, information exchange]
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Proposal: Network Security - ... External Security While having keyed entry so only employees have access is a good practice and current access to the server room is adequate overall physical security can be enhanced by implementing an access control system that is centrally manageable and provides logging of access attempts. A number of building security solutions are on the market that make use of magnetic key cards and card readers that are controlled by a central management and logging system. This allows the organization to easily control access to the whole or parts of the facility while logging access attempts for security audits....   [tags: internet safety, spyware, viruses]
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On Vagueness of The English Language and a Proposal to Remove It. - A problem long plaguing the English language, and all spoken communication for that matter, has been the ambiguity between one's own understanding of what they are talking about as opposed to another party's own understanding of the same terms or concepts. There is no way to fully impart your thoughts to another and know for certain that the complete concept was received. The mere act of speaking instantly changes the idea as soon as it is translated through the others ears and matched to their own meanings to the words....   [tags: Language ] 975 words
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THE IMMORAL PROPOSAL FOR THE CHANGE OF DRUG LAWS - In the United States the use of illegal drugs is prohibited. If one uses or possesses any type of an illegal substance it is considered a criminal offense. One must know that 15 million Americans use drugs each month (Husak 7). There are various points of view that disagree and agree with this law. An advanced society must realize that the idea of any attempt to allow illegal drugs to be legalized, in any way in society, cannot be morally permissible; a sound minded person cannot allow more addiction in a drug infested country....   [tags: Drugs]
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Researh Proposal on the Benefits of Private Accounting - ... Also, we are to know the factors that affect the students’ choices between Private Accounting and the jobs that the students consider in Private Accounting. It is important that an individual should already have a background about Private Accounting before entering a workplace, so that coping up can be easily done because that individual already had an idea of what are the demands of Private Accounting. The researchers also aim to show the importance of knowing the benefits of Private Accounting....   [tags: salary, students, career] 735 words
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