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A Summary of the Article Communication Training for Care Home Workers: Outcomes for Older People, Staff, Families and Friends by the SCIE
Although all the articles relate directly to my role as a care worker, I have chosen this one as communication is a vital tool on the performance of daily tasks and fundamental on the provision of quality care ,specially in a setting where 80% of residents use non verbal communication. This article outlines the importance...
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Two Families' Greatest Loss: A Summary of Romeo and Juliet
County Paris went in to the Capulet tomb that night, grieved over his future wife’s, Juliet Capulet, “death”. At the same time, Romeo Montague and his servant Balthasar snuck into the Tomb as well. Eventually they met and started battling. County Paris was killed in the duel. Seeing that his wife was dead, Romeo killed hims...
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The Concept of Key Man Risk: Dependency on Plastic Cards
Most of us would have heard about the concept of Key Man Risk i.e. the danger for corporations that rely on one or a few key individuals — and its impact on business value and sustainability. Fashion firms with a celebrity designer, for example, or asset management firms with a star investment manager, are particularly vuln...
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I would like to first start off by saying plagiarismis unacceptable and as a student it is my responsibility to make sure that I fully understand what constitutes plagiarism. After reading and reviewing information from the Harvard guide to using sources website (Harvard Guide to Using Sources, 2014), I now have a better un...
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A Summary of a Commentary on A Rose for Emily
I The story begin with Miss Emily’s funeral, everyone went there but seems like not everybody went there out of respect, some just lead by their curiosity, what are they curious about is the house which Emilystayed inside and nearly never went out before she died. The discretion of Emily’s house give me a feeling that wh...
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Summary of The life Cycle of Father Son Relationships
A father and son relationship is a common familial bond that most men have experienced. In this essay I will discuss and explore to further understand the father son relationship between Troy and Cory in the play “Fences’ by August Wilson. We will take a look at Dr.Charles Williams’ essay, “The life Cycle of Father- son Rel...
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Effects of Music on Choice
A interesting Sudy by Jacob et al (2009) shows primary evidence backing up Oakes and North’s (2007) argument as to the marketing benefits that can be made by playing music that is popularly believed to be reflective of the service being given. Jacob et al (2009; pp. 75) neatly describes this similarity, “Background music i...
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A Summary of An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore's Documentary on Climate Change
The documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” begins with the Ex-Vice President Al Gore and his slideshow on the climatology along with the photographs taken from space mission Earthrise and Blue Marble. The presentation is rich with detailed graphics, info graphs, flows chats and visuals. He noted that the photos influenced our...
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California to Ban Orca Whales
SeaWorld is supposed to be a place full of fun and Entertainment. People go and watch all the animals perform. What would someone do if his or her favorite animal the orca whale were no longer there? Michael Martinez’s article explains California’s plans to ban orca whales from the state. He uses the basic rhetorical appeal...
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An Overview of in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Elie Wiesel once said, "There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest." Wiesel's words on the injustices in society and the moral reactions to such social inequities are profound principles in the ideals that define Ethos. In Julius Caesar, by William...
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A Review of Artic Land Grab by Max Fisher
According to Max Fisher’s “Artic Land Grab”, as global warming advances and further intensifies the polar meltdown, new untouched area in artic open up and countries are in a race to acquire it. The complex scenario is portrayed on to a map, which displays the different territories and claims within the artic circle(IBRU Du...
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An Essay on Why the Habit of Reading Must Be Cultivated
Working. Reading. Eating. Music. Sports. Entertainment. Everybody has a pleasure in life. There are different kinds of pleasure and everyone can experience different amounts of pleasure at a time. However, reading provides the best kind of pleasure among all since it also gives us knowledge, experience, inspiration, informa...
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Summarizing the Article Fatal Self-Assertion in Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour
Berkove, Lawrence L. "Fatal Self-Assertion in Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour.'." American Literary Realism 32.2 (Winter 2000): 152-158. Rpt. In Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Ed. Janet Witalec. Vol. 127. Detroit: Gale, 2002. Literature Resource Center. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. The narration of Chopin’s “The Story o...
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The Chinese Government and the Internet
The article, ``China's Internet: A Giant Cage'', by the Economist,
states how the Chinese government strictly controls the Internet. The
technology, communications helped topple dictatorships in the past, and
the Internet would corrode China's authoritarian state. China's
party-state has deployed an army of cyber-police, ha...
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Summary of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
Ministry of Education Caribbean International School Language Arts The Great Gatsby Roshni Nagrani 12th-A February 21, 2014 The Great Gatsby “The Great Gatsby” is a book written by F. Scott Fitzgerald published in 1925 that has become an American classic and a wonderful work. This story is base...
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A Synopsis of Emperor of China: Self-Portrait of K'ang-Hsi
The fiction, Emperor of China: Self-portrait of K’ang-Hsi, is written by Jonathan D. Spence in 1974. Based on various historical records and the letters written by K’ang Hsi Emperor, Spence creates a fictional memoir to describe K’ang Hsi’s later years. This book is divided into six chapters plus two appendixes. The first c...
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A Review of Articles by Annie Dillard and Jonathan Safran Foer
Discuss any insights/regrets the authors may have learned in their experience. Make sure you include “Weasels,” “Dog,” and “Elephant” in your analysis. Weasels: In the article “Living Like Weasels” by Annie Dillard, she has many insights when meeting a weasel at Hollins Pond or Murray’s Pond. When the weasel, who at Holl...
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A Summary of Jon Krauker's Into the Wild
Jon Krauker’s compelling novel ‘Into the wild’ is a biography of a young man named Chris McCandless who sets out for adventure towards the Alaskan province, but this adventure costs him his life. The unique setting of this book influences Chris McCandless’s actions which develop the theme of the potentially disastrous conse...
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A Review of Water Incorporated: The Commodification of the World's Water by Maude Barlow
What was once taken for granted and seen as a never-ending resource is now becoming one of our greatest issues, we are running out of water. In this article, Water Incorporated: The Commodification of The World’s Water, Maude Barlow discusses the global issue of water scarcity. In recent years, our consumption of water has...
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A Summary of Looking for Alaska
In looking for Alaska, John Green tells the story of Miles Halter, a transfer student from Florida to Culver Creek boarding school. The school his father actually attended as a child. Miles started high school with no friends, enemies or challenges to life at all. Once he transferred his junior year his life takes a 360 tur...
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Summary of The Way We Lie
Lies may be expressed in a variety of ways, as listed in the reading “The Way We Lie” (Ericsson, Pg. 216-224). At times you can tell a lie without getting noticed but other times you can get caught in between a lie, and what good is the truth when you could hurt the other person’s feeling such as saying “ Man, you don’t loo...
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A Summary of The Ways We Lie by Stephanie Ericsson
How many times have you been asked a question and you lie about the
answer? For example you skip a work day because you do not feel like
going in and when your boss asks you where you were, you tell him you
were was sick? How about when your cell phone company calls because you
never paid your bill and you tell them the che...
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A Summary of the Movie Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange is revealed as an overly brilliant and egoistic neurosurgeon through this film. He cared only about the wealth from his career. After a car accident, there were lot of changes in his personality. His character evolved a lot through the movie, which is basically why he is a sparingly remarkable character in th...
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Norm Stamper Talks Police Corruption in Memoir
Through Norm Stamper’s memoir Breaking Rank: A Top Cop’s Exposé of the Dark Side of American Policing, he illustrates his personal experience of his involvement in the police force from 1966 to 2000. Stamper’s personal goal was always to be the best cop that he could be, but with the corruption in the police system, this wa...
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Overview of article Is Google Making Us Stupid?
In Nicholas Carr’s article, “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” he states how people prefer to read online instead of the traditional sense --gathering the information from a book--and how people are having trouble focusing “in a book or a lengthy article” as a result of this. He also states how his “concentration starts to drift...
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