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  • Proposal For Paper Could Genocide
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    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 l...
  • Website Answer To Issue 2
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    Sociology Class Report Spring 2001 1. The Atlantic Monthly Group web + The website provides extensive information on history of immigration and issues related to immigration. I narrowed down my choice to an interesting article by Matthew Connelly and Paul Kennedy, "Must It Be the Rest Against the West" + The article discusses matters associated with Issue 2, "Are Greater Restrictions on Immigration Needed" The authors suggest, instead of restricting immigration, to try to assist development of T...
  • Long Term Effects Of Bulimia
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    Evaluating Articles on Long Term Bulimia Nervosa Effects With the growing percentage of teen girls being treated and even more being diagnosed with Bulimia Nervosa, I decided to evaluate the multiple articles on effects and treatments for the disease. When searching bulimia pages and pages of links come up. To my surprise among the pages of links, I came across numerous pro-bulimia and pro-anorexia sites. However, the four websites I decided to evaluate were the first four search results that th...
  • Risk Of Harm To A Cloned Human
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    Let's Make the World a No-Clone Zone "Let's Make the World a No-Clone Zone" is a very straightforward and powerful article which lists many reasons why anything and everything about cloning should be illegal. In her article Therese M. Lysaught acknowledges there is plenty of factual information or counter evidence that her opposition might use to fight her argument. Her purpose for writing this article is to get it set in peoples minds that cloning is morally and ethically wrong and should be ba...
  • Usage And The New Shaped Ski Revolution
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    Compare & Contrast While comparing and contrasting information from", The Shaped Ski Revolution", by Sonoma County Ski and Snowboard Guide, and an article written by Rich Taylor of Popular Mechanics called "Shaped Skis" I found information on many aspects of the new shaped ski technology. Information ranged from safety to ski technique. Rich Taylor's article is a better source for my final research paper because of its relevancy, accurate depiction, and it is a reliable and accurate resource. Th...
  • Belluck's Interest In The Lives Of Nuns
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    "Nuns Offer Clues to Alzheimer's and Aging " By: Pam Belluck Pam Belluck's article entitled "Nuns Offer Clues to Alzheimer's and Aging" focuses on the lives of the School Sisters of Notre Dame and a scientific experiment called the Nun Study. The Nun Study intends to find clues and answers about who gets Alzheimer's disease and why. For fifteen years, these nuns have been tested on their ability to memorize, their strength, and even their genes have been analyzed. Dr. Snowdon's research has theo...
  • Phiesteria Outbreak
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    Phiesteria: The Unseen Killer An incredibly scary new type of algae is on the loose on the eastern seaboard of the United States and worst of all not many people know about it. Phiesteria - Latin for "fish killer" has been living in the mud of rivers for millions of years, but until recently something has jolted its metabolism into overdrive and has caused it to become a fearsome predator. This newly discovered type of dinoflagellate or marine protozoa, which generally has two flagella and cellu...
  • National Geographic Article
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    On December 26, 2004 a wave of destruction hit the coasts along the Indian Ocean, affecting lives all over the world. Not only did this disaster bring about a world wide relief effort, but caused a reevaluation of the lack of warning systems in place for many regions threatened by seismic activity and potential devastating coastal impact of seafloor earthquakes. Six months later, information abounds in text, television, and periodicals for any lay person to research. The diversity of perspective...
  • Red Herrings And Appeals To Popular Passions
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    Throughout the years, the public has become dependent on the media to keep them up to date with current events worldwide and in their local communities. In fact, many people rely completely on the media, believing that the information that is provided is factual. However, the media has gradually slipped into a trap. The trap is the overuse and abuse of language and reasoning fallacies. Reasoning fallacies are exceedingly common in daily newspapers, television reports, presidential speeches and o...
  • New And Innovative Design For A Heat
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    The July 2000 issue of Mechanical Engineering explains a new and innovative design for a heat sink, a device used to dissipate heat energy away from a body. Engineers at NEC Computers Inc. of Boxborough, Mass. came up with the design while trying to engineer a heat sink that would protect a computer processor running at high speeds. The new heat sink has the pins, surfaces extended from the main body that are used to increase the rate of heat transfer by increasing surface area, arranged in four...
  • Relationship Of Performance Measures Vs Investment Measures
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    I INTRODUCTION - This paper contains three parts. The paper contains an introduction to a nine article literature review, a body containing a 2-page outline for each article (including the research problem / question, theory being researched, methodology used including research design, variable operationalization, hypotheses, and data analysis, findings, implications and future research direction) and a Summary and Conclusion to the entire set of literature as part of this work. The nine article...
  • Daily Express
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    The two articles I will be comparing are on the subject of the Jamie Carragher coin-throwing incident. The event occurred during the league game between two rival teams, Liverpool and Arsenal, the final score was 1-0 to Arsenal. In the game, Dennis Bergkamp and Martin Keown had already been sent off, thus reducing the Arsenal team to nine men. These actions caused Liverpool to get high hopes. This 'was' the case until one of the Arsenal fans deliberately threw a coin at Jamie Carragher, it hit h...
  • Article By David Elmer On Vin Diesel
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    Vin Diesel- Media Coursework For my English coursework I have been asked to look at an article by David Elmer on Vin- Diesel and analyse whether or not the article is being critical towards him. Here are my conclusions: With the article is a very attractive picture of Vin- Diesel. He looks a very cool slick guy, with his stylish sunglasses and his smooth shaven head. I think the image alone immediately attracts the younger generation in particular as the cool, heroic, fearless role model. From l...
  • First Conviction Of Loren Maltese
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    Many people, especially those who rarely partake in politics, are unaware of the problems concerning corruption in many government positions. In analyzing articles gathered from the Chicago Tribune, there are a wide variety of issues covered relating to political corruption including local city government, issues across the country, and also throughout the world as well. The emphasis will be on Betty Loren-Maltese, the Cicero town president who has recently been convicted on several accounts of ...
  • Dangerous And Unnecessary Practice Of Female Circumcision
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    The sex-related article that I chose to write about deals with the topic of female genital mutilation, something we have discussed extensively in our Bio 341 class. The article begins with a little vignette of an old woman examining seven tiny knives -knives that are used for female circumcision, a ritual that was performed on her several years before and continues to be performed to this day. The article goes on to explain what female circumcision exactly is (the cutting out of part or all of t...
  • Useful Source Of Information
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    PL 1 S 03 Introduction to Social and Developmental Psychology Piece of Reflection 1) Things I Think I have Learned In Lectures And Seminars Throughout the course of this year I have attended seminars, during which an article about a certain area of psychology has been discussed and critically reviewed. In the seminar we first discuss what the article is about and what the question or problem is that the author is dealing with. We looked at what information the author had presented in the article...

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