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Also, gender construction in society invites us to
study different ideologies regarding feminism in order to get their own rights, which is classified into three separate ideologies. Liberal Feminism that argues the equality for women be achieved through legal means and social reform, that men as a group need not be challenged and lean towards an equality of sameness with men. Radical Feminism points out to the patriarchy as a major cause of women\'s subordination and advocates separate media organization for women to achieve their objectives....

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Gender, Gender studies, Identity, Biology, Gender role, Sociology of gender, Sexism, Gender equality, Stereotype, Masculinity, Femininity, Feminist movement
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The Contribution of Cottage Industry In Economy of Bangladesh Now Present You…. Md.Tamer Bhuiyann 11705030 Introduction Cottage Industry refers to the traditional artisanship of the rural people of Bangladesh. produce various household items with locally available raw materials and artistic skills inherited from past generations. Cottage industry is called a synonym of handicrafts, artistic work in wood and metal, amateur artworks and rural artistry. At present the cottage industry has expand...

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Economy, South Asia, Economy of Bangladesh, Geography of Asia, Small and medium-sized enterprises, Cottage, Bangladesh, Cottage and small scale industries in Pakistan, Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation
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Year 11 (Semester 1) Week 2 Friday (30/01/15): Action; Badminton 2 hours I just started Badminton from today. As the first day, I observed other\'s playing skills and tried to duplicate some moves and integrate those movements into my playing. We played doubles, both by points and normal games just for warming up. And then I faced two other professional players which really worked my body and I realized that some of my shots need mending, although I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and really...

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Korean martial arts, Sports, Korean culture, Taekwondo, Butterfly stroke
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TITLE OF CREATIVITY GIVEN:Production DATES STARTED: 17.02.15COMPLETED: 21.05.15 BREIFING SESSION GIVEN BYMrs. Alex Karountzos FORM OF CREATIVITY:Lighting for school Production- Beauty InThe Eyes Of The Beast NUMBER OF HOURS COMPLETED: 80 hours Tuesday (17/2/15): Production lighting 1 hour 30mins This is the second time I\'m doing lights for our school production. We have a team of three people, one in the main board controlling the stage lights, one in the side board controlling all the special...

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Energy-saving lighting, Light, Electromagnetism, Display technology, Light-emitting diode, Signage, Stage lighting instrument, Stage lighting, Lighting, LED lamp, Flashlight, Lights
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TITLE OF SERVICE GIVEN:Swimming with disabled children DATES STARTED: 5.02.15COMPLETED: 9.04.15 BREIFING SESSION GIVEN BYJana KarountzosON: 5.02.15 FORM OF PRACTICAL SERVICE: Teaching disabled children how to swim NUMBER OF SERVICE HOURS: 9 hours 30 minutes Thursday (5/2/15): Teaching underprivileged children how to swim 2 hours Today was our first day teaching disabled, blind and deaf children how to swim. We were formerly trained on the techniques used in practice for enabling children of dif...

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Sports, Leisure, Recreation, Swimming
Teaching Children with Disabilities how to Swim
29th January 2015 Today was our first swimming lesson and we didn\'t as much teach as get taught ourselves. This session was all about how to teach the children and how to make sure they are safe and comfortable. We were taught how to make sure our child enters and exits the water safely and technical aspects of strokes such as bubble arm, breathing arm. We were also warned that when teaching our hands should be visible at all times so as not to be suspect of child molesting. This part scared m...

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Home of Compassion
Tuesday 26th May 2015 3588385952500Today was my first day at the home of compassion, and I was a little nervous. Going into the ward it was so silent I wondered if anyone was there. Meeting the residents was nerve wrecking, many of them are in wheelchairs and have impaired speaking so it was at times difficult to hear what they were saying. The residents I met today were Aunty Lily, Elma, Elizabeth, Agnes (or Aggie as she prefers to be called), Johanna and Sheila. All of them except Johanna are...

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Model United Nations
This was my second time doing model UN and I was really excited to do it this year as last year I did not speak up at all and was more an observer than an actual participant. We got to choose our council and country to represent prior to the conference and I chose USA in the WHO council as I\'m interested in medicine and thought it would be a good opportunity to expand my horizons in this field and get some more in depth information. 3038475467423500-2857525215850031146757937500Our first practi...

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Model United Nations
Year 11 Camp 2017 at Abaca Village, Lautoka .
Year 11 Camp 2017 at Abaca Village, Lautoka . Start Date: 18 th July, 2017 Finish Date: 20 th July, 2017 Learning Objectives: Planned and initiated activities Develop new skills Consider ethical implications of your actions Undertaking new challenges Working collaboratively with others Basic survival skills Day 1 - Monday 18/09/17 We were told to arrive at school by 7am and that was what everyone did. However, to our disappointment, we waited till 8am for our bus to arrive and finally departed...

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3+1 Basic Strands of Religion
Aspects of religion that cannot be explained by facts of the natural world: Sense of the Numinous Lewis defines numinous as an object which brings about a sense of dread within us and states that the sense of the numinous goes beyond natural fear. Numinous experience cannot be understood by describing the physical environment in which it takes place. Lewis argues that it is impossible to infer such a feeling from the facts of the universe. When somebody has a sense of numinous, they are either...

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Spirituality, Religion, Philosophy, Ethics, Holiness, Numinous, Vitalism, Religious experience, Morality
TOK Essay
"There is no reason why we cannot link facts and theories across disciplines and create a common groundwork of explanation." To what extent do you agree with this statement? (May 2015) Outline: P1 - Introduction Define key terms such as facts and theories State thesis P2 - Body Math and Natural Sciences Claim Real life example P3 - Body Natural Sciences and Ethics Counter argument Real life example (stem cell research) P4 - Body Math and Human sciences Claim Real life example P5 - Body Math/ Na...

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Biology, Biotechnology, Stem cells, Cloning, Induced stem cells, Developmental biology, Stem cell, Science, Embryonic stem cell, Theory, Adult stem cell, Scientific theory
Kayana Urrego
Ms. Anselmo Sept. 27th, 2016 Christopher Columbus: Hero or Villain? Christopher Columbus is known to many of us today as the man who is credited with discovering America. Celebrations take place all across the nation, honoring our "founder" on his designated day of appreciation. But the fact of the matter is that Columbus is no American hero. His cruel and relentless treatment of the native people is the main reason for Columbus\' downfall. His high demand for gold, slaughter of natives, and lo...

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Americas, Indigenous peoples of the Caribbean, Spanish West Indies, Apocalypticists, Christopher Columbus, Films, Columbus, Georgia, Arawak, Columbus, Ohio, 1492: Conquest of Paradise, Columbus, Mississippi, Columbus, Wisconsin
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Textile machinery, Textile industry, Textile arts, Economy, Sewing machine, Spinning jenny, Cotton gin, Mason jar, Barbed wire, Telegraphy, Loom
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left250002514600 Romeo and Juliet Scene Project900007300 Romeo and Juliet Scene Projectrighttop Kayana Urrego English 9 honors May 13, 201640000100000 Kayana Urrego English 9 honors May 13, 2016 rightcenter0 Script- Act 5 Scene 4 Stage Directions Prince: All this death and destruction, I knoweth what I wilt do. I don\'t wanteth to sweat haste because that\'s what did get us in this mess but someone must be punished f\'r this and I knoweth t\'s not me. This hast to be settl\'d. I hath lost Mercu...

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Characters in Romeo and Juliet, English-language films, Literature, William Shakespeare, British films, Films, Romeo and Juliet, Nurse, Romeo + Juliet, Romeo & Juliet, Count Paris, Friar Laurence
Kayana Urrego
12/7/15 1. List and define the seven dimensions of health discussed throughout the unit. Physical Health- the ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough reserves energy to respond to unexpected demands Mental Health- generally having a positive outlook being comfortable with yourself and others, and being able to meet life\'s challenges and demands; being able to cope, adapt, and thrive on many levels; make wise and safe choices the demonstrate both strong values and responsible be...

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Psychiatry, Psychology, Behavioural sciences, Stress, Abnormal psychology, Psychiatric diagnosis, Behavioral neuroscience, Psychopathology, Psychological stress, Eustress, Eating disorder, Mental disorder
Reading Comprehension - How Chocolate is Made
Match the following pictures to the words that appear in the flowchart. 1. Sieve 3. Press 5. Crumbs 7. Foil 2. Kernels 4. Mixer 6. Moulds 8. Conveyor 2647950376872540481253787775133350375920075247520351753057525202565043624504445023431504445044767544450 Study the flowchart and description of the process of making chocolates and circle T for true statements and F for false statements. Chocolate comes from cocoa beans. T F Liquor is cream coloured cocoa paste. T F Plain bars of chocolate are adde...

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Food and drink, Personal life, Baking, Candy, Chocolate, Cooking, Desserts, Conche
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Polyphaga, Cucujiformia, Chrysomeloidea, Desmiphorini, Sybra trilineata, Falsoserixia
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Narmar American College Dear Parents: Narmar American College is happy to announce that your child will have the chance to solve his/her own science mystery by doing a science project as a participation in the schools\' science fair Expedition that will be held in school on the following dates: Sunday26/03/2017 : years 1- 2 Monday 27/03/2017 : years 3 - 5 Tuesday 28/03/2017 : years 6 - 9 In this project students will be working individually or together in groups under the guidance of their teac...

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Science education, Science, Research, Education, Causal inference, Design of experiments, Experiment, Science fair, Philosophy of education
Materials YEAR 4 End of unit Assessment
Materials YEAR 4 End of unit Assessment Name:_ Date:_ 1) Match up the properties to the correct state of matter: Keeps the same volume and shape GAS Have no definite volume SOLID Keeps the same volume and flows LIQUID (3 marks) 2) Sort the following materials into the three states of matter below: |solids |liquids |gases | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | butter water oxygen oil nitrogen metal (3 marks) 3) Look at the difference between particles in a solid compared to a gas: Par...

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Chemistry, Physics, Condensed matter physics, Nature, Gas, Colloidal chemistry, State of matter, Liquid, Matter, Helium, Mixing, Two-dimensional liquid
The Marvellous , Mighty , M ons ter Tr uck!
The Marvellous , Mighty , M ons ter Tr uck! -800100179070 HURRY! WHILE STOCKS LAST!00 HURRY! WHILE STOCKS LAST!1256665210820 4695825214630 V OTED BEST TOY OF 201400 V OTED BEST TOY OF 2014 Children, are you fed up with your toys breaking? Are you looking for a new fantastic unbreakable monster truck? Well look no further, help is here with the indestructible, Marvellous, Mighty, Monster Truck here just for YOU! The Mighty Monster truck is like no other truck that has ever been seen before! It h...

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Easter, Passover, CHOC
Exposure
Our brains ache, in the merciless iced cast winds that knive us... Wearied we keep awake because the night is silent... Low, drooping flares confuse our memory of the salient... Worried by silence, sentries whisper, curious, nervous,       But nothing happens. (5) Watching, we hear the mad gusts tugging on the wire , Like twitching agonies of men among its brambles. Northward, incessantly, the flickering gunnery rumbles , Far off, like a dull rumour of some other war.       What are we do...

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Mrs.Bernard ENG 4U1 12/17/2017 Progression Maturity, the ability to attain natural growth and being fully grown. Maturity allows people to respond to situations in a manner that respects others. Maturity can come in different ways, some being mature due to natural progression of life and the many experiences it comes with and some people attain maturity due to traumatic events in their lifetimes. In Poisonwood Bible and the Fifth Business, maturity in e xplored through many characters and how m...

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Postcolonial literature, The Poisonwood Bible, Fifth Business, Leah, Metopium toxiferum, Ys, Literature, Bible, Flora of North America
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Mrs.Budgell ENG 3U1 4/19/2017 The heart wants what it wants Ambition is trait all humans have and felt in their lifetimes. Ambition can either be beneficial or detrimental to the subject who wishes to seek that ambition. William Shakespeare explores the chasing of ambition as detrimental in the play Macbeth. William Shakespeare explores the ideas of ambition being harmful by showing how Macbeth is motivated by Insecurity, Hopelessness, and Greed. Ambition that is sought by people who achieve it...

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Characters in Macbeth, English-language films, Fiction, Film, Literature, British films, Australian films, Regicides, Macbeth, Banquo, Macduff, King Duncan
Language in a cultural context - Reflection
-177166169545 Our Further Oral Activity part one: Language in a cultural context consisted of several significant elements one of the major inputs being taboos. We focused on a general discussion of taboos, and subsidies within it such as euphemism, and taboos predominant in various parts of India. The approach used to produce this general concept of taboos, was unique and \'understandable as we sought the audience should correctly interpret the precise meaning. We commenced by specifying strai...

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Freudian psychology, Psychoanalysis, Taboo, Psychology, Culture, Cultural anthropology, Naming taboo, Id, ego and super-ego
Essay 3
Title: "There is no reason why we cannot link facts and theories across disciplines and create a common groundwork of explanation." To what extent do you agree with this statement? This essay title is tri-focused. ‘No reason\' - debate between absolutism and relativism ‘Linking facts and theories\' - is it possible within certain disciplines to establish facts i.e. in Religious Knowledge Systems, a religious believer will view God\'s existence as a fact whereas an atheist will have a differ...

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Epistemology, Philosophy, Knowledge, Epistemology of science, Scientific revolution, Consensus reality, Philosophy of science, Paradigm, Discipline, World view, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Belief
Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School
Active Movie Notes: Eat Pray Love -1771653124200 Rutva Master Mr. Dejong ENG3U8 December 23th, 2016 Overall Significant Differences The Verdict: Interpersonal Relationships VS the ‘Unspoken Journey\' Movie focuses greatly on interpersonal relationships compared to the book Interpersonal relationships are social associations, connections, or affiliations between two or more people. They vary in differing levels of intimacy and sharing, implying the discovery or establishment of common ground,...

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Hypocorisms, Liz, My Life as Liz, Liz Parker
Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School
Active Reading Notes: Girl Interpreted -1771653124200 Balpreet Mangat Mr. Dejong December 23th, 2016 Themes Sanity vs Insanity Kaysen examines her diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPB) There is a gray line between mentally ill and sane - what defines it? "People ask; how did you get in there? What they really want to know is if they\'re likely to end up there as well… All I can tell them is, It\'s easy." (Kaysen 5). Kaysen argues that there is a fine line between the two. Howeve...

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Psychiatry, Psychology, Abnormal psychology, Psychiatric diagnosis, Psychopathology, Girl, Interrupted, Susanna Kaysen, McLean Hospital, Kaysen, Insanity, Personality disorder, Borderline personality disorder
Simran Malek
Simran Malek Mr. Dejong ENG3U8 - A December 22, 2016 TITLE: Society defines boundaries based on morality, which in itself is a human construct. Like such, the line between sane and insane, orderly and deviant, is a blurry line, one in which the distinction between "normal" and "crazy" can be so fine that insistence on making it is shortsighted. What makes a person insane rather than just being habitually weird? I don\'t think you should put a question The answer to this question is still yet to...

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Psychiatry, Film, Mental illness in fiction, Girl, Interrupted, English-language films, Kaysen, American film directors, Borderline personality disorder, Insanity defense, Insanity, James Mangold, Sanity
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Inverness. Room in Macbeth\'s Castle. Enter Lady Macbeth 167873152970 Lady Macbeth: ‘Tis the day, no mother wishes to meet. Macbeth: Dearest wife, thy kingdom sorrows with thee.What is done cannot be undone, hence, Ye wilt beest stout and valiant as the Hyrcan tiger. Lady Macbeth: It seems as though this grief wilt never pass.5 As I shut the shelters of my eyes, and, My ears from the murmurs of the castle,I hear within, the innocent, Titters and cries of my darling babe. Macbeth: Ay, thou has...

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Characters in Macbeth, English-language films, Fiction, Literature, Film, Macbeth, Thou
Comparison of the Stomatal Density Between Differe
nt Plants of the same Genus -29146510665000 Internal Assessment Rough Draft Rutva Master Ms. Nyguen Research Question Is there a variation in the stomatal density on the leaves of broccoli, and kale, deriving from the same species Brassica oleracea? Personal Engagement The topic of stomatal variation in plants appealed to me while engaging in plant biology over the summer with a few of my friends. While learning about various plant species and genus\', the species Brassica oleracea particularly...

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Branches of botany, Biology, Plant physiology, Plant anatomy, Plant cells, Photosynthesis, Leaf vegetables, Stoma, Epidermis, Guard cell, Brassica oleracea, Leaf
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How does the surveillance, desiring, and democratic gaze in Nineteen Eighty-four work to empower and disempower the protagonists, Winston and Julia? Word Count: 3835 Table of contents Introduction 2 Nineteen Eighty-Four: The Power of the Gaze 5 2.1 The Surveillance Gaze 5 2.2 The Desiring Gaze 8 2.3 The Democratic Gaze 11 3. Conclusion 14 4. MLA - Works Cited 15 1.0 Introduction Empowerment and disempowerment through the desiring, surveillance and democratic gaze is manifested as one of the fun...

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Fiction, Culture, Literature, Mass surveillance, Feminist theory, British films, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Gaze, 1984, Male gaze, Telescreen, Thought Police
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Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Education Master Program 00 Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Education Master Program Name: EL BAHRI Adnane Report on readings: REVIEW OF LITERATURE A "review of the literature" or "literature review" is a classification and evaluation of what accredited scholars andresearchers have written on a topic.  It is also considered to bea summary of previous research on in an area.  The literature review surveys scholarly articles, books...

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Learning, Academic publishing, Literature review, Knowledge, Science and technology, Research, Conceptual framework, Creativity, Software development process, Evaluation
Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Ed
ucation Master Program Name: EL BAHRI Adnane Report on readings: REVIEW OF LITERATURE A "review of the literature" or "literature review" is a classification and evaluation of what accredited scholars and researchers have written on a topic.  It is also considered to be a summary of previous research on in an area.  The literature review surveys scholarly articles, books, and other sources relevant to a particular area of research or interest.  Within the review the author provides a descrip...

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Academic publishing, Literature review, Learning, Knowledge, Science and technology, Research, Conceptual framework, Creativity, Software development process, Evaluation
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Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Education Master Program 00 Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Education Master Program Name: EL BAHRI Adnane Report on readings: MLA and APA citing styles In any academic writing, you are required to identify for your reader which ideas, facts, theories, concepts, etc., are yours and which are derived from the research and thoughts of others. Whether you paraphrase, or use direct quotes, if it\'s not your original idea, the source mu...

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Bibliography, Academic publishing, Knowledge, Publishing, Citation, Reference, APA style, MLA Handbook, American Psychological Association, Research, Psychology, Parenthetical referencing
Aljazeera article attempts to foreground the killi
ng of civilians as Egypt launches air strikes in Libya by making use of two processes, namely material and verbal processes. Material processes in which civilians are represented as the affected participants can be exemplified in the following:  At least seven civilians, including three children, have been killed in Egyptian air strikes in northeast Libya.  (Text 1: sentence 1) As can be seen above, "have been killed" is a material process in which "civilians" are ascribed the ro...

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Terrorism, Islam, Irregular military, Iraqi insurgency, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Terrorism in Syria, Violence against LGBT people, Wahhabism, Libya
The theme of Reputation
The theme of Reputation The Victorian society was obsessed with sustaining a good reputation and Stevenson picks upon this in this detective novella. Dr Jekyll, the "protagonist", of this novel creates an alter-ego, Mr Hyde. Jekyll does this so he can follow his evil desires without harming his social status as he is a wealthy physician. Reputation comes numerous times into this novel. Jekyll tries to maintain his own while supporting curious characters that are concerned of his suspicious beha...

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Literature, Fiction, Speculative fiction, Science fiction theatre, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Works based on the Faust legend, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Jekyll & Hyde, Jekyll and Hyde, Jekyll, Adaptations of Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Utterson
The theme of Dual Nature of Man
The theme of Dual Nature of Man The theme of dual nature of man is a recurring theme in Jekyll and Hyde . Stevenson presents this theme through a wealthy physician who creates an alter-ego, Hyde, to rid himself of his desires. Before Hyde was created, Jekyll felt as if he was living a double life. At day he is a gentleman who is respected greatly by society; at night he commits lustful acts to fulfil his desires . Jekyll neede d someone to hide the evil acts ; this is where Hyde is created. Ste...

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Literature, Fiction, Speculative fiction, Science fiction theatre, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Jekyll & Hyde, Jekyll and Hyde, Jekyll, Adaptations of Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
GCSE ENG LISH SPEAKING A ND LISTENING EXAM RIDWAAN
GCSE ENG LISH SPEAKING A ND LISTENING EXAM RIDWAAN AHMAD 10K 95259017000 Video games have been a part of children\'s life for the past few decades. It is normal for young people to play video games as it can be part of their everyday lives. Video games are almost second nature to the modern children and they are more comfortable playing them. I t can be a wonderful experience for those who play it and enjoy it as everybody needs some free-time. It could also be very beneficial as young people c...

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Digital media, Video game, Psychology, Play, Psychological stress, Health, Action philosophy), Behavior, Video game controversies, Video game addiction
BLOA
Revision SAQs 2.1 Outline principles that define the biological level of analysis. (Describe, analyse, explain) 2.1 Explain how principles that define the biological level of analysis may be demonstrated in research (that is, theories and/or studies). (Outline, describe, analyse) 2.2 Explain one study related to localization of function. (Describe, analyse, outline) 2.3 Using one or more examples, explain effects of neurotransmission and human behaviour. (Describe, analyse, outline) 2.4 Using o...

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Biology, Behavioural genetics, Genetics, Sibling, Twin, Zoology, Concordance, Epigenetics
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Section 1 Two bodily responses to Stress: S.A.M (Sympathetic Adreno-medullary Pathway) This is the acute (immediate) response to stress (it uses electrical signals). Higher brain areas (Cortex) detect and perceive something as a stressor, triggering the Hypothalamus, which in turn activates the Sympathetic branch of the Autonomic nervous system, stimulating the Adrenal Medulla, producing two hormones, Adrenaline and Noradrenaline, which cause the Fight or Flight response, which causes bodily ch...

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IT system: Using cell/mobile/smartphone and online
databases Criteria A Describe one social/ethical concern related to the IT system Security: Security refers to the protection of software from unauthorized access. In order to access this application, you need to provide personal information to create an account. If there is unauthorized access to your account, hackers can be able to figure out all of your personal details and they can use it to attack you. As a result, the privacy will always be considered as security has been identified its w...

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Marketing, Economy, E-commerce, Business economics, Online shopping, Brick and mortar, Mobile commerce, Services marketing
Evaluate one theory of how emotion may affect one
cognitive process questionnaire Student Name: _Lam Quoc Cuong_ Questions: 1.Learning Outcome: Evaluate one theory of how emotion may affect one cognitive process 2. Description of Activity: First and foremost, all participants will receive a paper with several questions (6 questions) about the beginning of when Michael Jackson met his demise. Then all participants had to memorize their own situation when they were on that day and they will debrief. One thing that they could not use any electron...

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Cognitive science, Brain, Neuropsychology, Flashbulb memory, Feeling, Memory, Emotion, Affect
Was there a balanced boom in the 1920s America?
No: Farmers were producing too many crops and couldn\'t sell them. So prices fell and farmers had to borrow money from the banks to be able to survive. Many left to go wandering around America looking for any kind of work - the y were called hobos. By 1928 half of all USA farmers were living in poverty. Since prices were so low, 600,000 farmers lost their farms in 1924 alone. southern states, where segregation was in effect. The black people were labourers or sharecroppers and they lived in imm...

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Crops, Cellulose, Abortifacients, Cotton, Sharecropping, Rayon, Real estate, Land law, Chemistry
Using Sources A, B and C and your own knowledge, h
ow far did the changes of the 1960\'s in Britain create a permissive society? (24 marks) 1960\'s Britain saw many changes such as the liberalisation of laws, a decrease in censorship, the spread of drug use and the use of the Pill. Despite the liberal behaviour people had and the newfound feeling of depravity, there was an underlying continuance of conservative and traditional attitudes towards there being a permissive society. Therefore, the changes of the 60\'s did not create a permissive soc...

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House of Commons of the United Kingdom, Sexual revolution, Permissive society, Parliament of the United Kingdom, Permissiveness, Mary Whitehouse, Roy Jenkins, Censorship
Between 1900 and 1980, the lives of women in Brita
in underwent a variety of transformations, ranging from economic and sexual development to political and social reform. The purpose of this essay is to analyse the key changes, and identify how they affected women\'s lives. Throughout this time, women achieved more than they had ever done before, in terms of reaching equality with men: generally considered as subordinate to men in various aspects of life, including at home and in the workplace, it was their battle for equality that provoked man...

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Feminism, Social history, First-wave feminism, Emmeline Pankhurst, Women's suffrage in the United Kingdom, Women's rights, Suffragette, Women's suffrage, Millicent Fawcett, National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, Woman, Women's suffrage in Wales
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nvestigate the extent of opposition to prohibition in 1920s? A historian could use sources 1 and 2 together to an extent as they agree with each other\'s statements but there is also a clear contrast between the nature of the sources . The inaugural address given by President Hoover provides evidence that the states and the officials aren\'t doing their job of enforcing the law and broadcast from McPherson also shows how she is critical of the government who don\'t abide by the law. There is a...

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Prohibition in the United States, 20th century in the United States, United States, Repeal of Prohibition in the United States, Law, Bureau of Prohibition, Prohibition, Writ of prohibition, Herbert Hoover, Rum-running, Speakeasy, Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
‘America was experiencing a balanced boom in the
1920s.\' How far do you agree with this statement? America was experiencing a boom as there was a thriving economy that made cheap mass produced goods available to people . It\'s population, wealth and industry were growing fast. The registration at car industry for example increased from 8 million to 28 million by 1929. However, behind all the success and prosperity lay poverty racial conflicts and violence. Introduction of prohibition led to rise in illegal gangs and crime. The workers in tra...

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Social justice, Unemployment, Poverty, Economy, Applied ethics, International relations, Social inequality, Economic history of the United States
Was the Crosland circular the most important devel
opment in education policy in the years 1945-79? The development in the education policy between 1945-1979 came because of influential factors. To reach a judgement on whether Crosland Circular was the most important advancement, we must compare it to other primary factors affecting the progress of the education policy. Although there may be multiple important factors, nothing comes close to the Crosland Circular. Crosland Circular may have been the most important development in education polic...

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Education, United Kingdom, Secondary education in England, Secondary education in Wales, Education in the United Kingdom, Comprehensive education, Tripartite System of education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Secondary modern school, Grammar school, Comprehensive school, Eleven-plus, Education Act
Andrew Carnie is an artist and academic. He is cur
rently part of the teaching team in Fine Arts at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, England. He studied chemistry and painting at Warren Wilson College, North Carolina, then zoology and psychology at Durham University, before starting and finishing a degree in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London. He completed his Masters degree in the Painting School, at the Royal College of Art. In 2003 he was the Picker Fellow at Kingston University. Carnie\'s artistic practice often invo...

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University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Andrew Carnie, English art
Jennifer Marichal
Per.2 12/13/17 Reflection 3 SECTION 1: Two strategies of techniques that were used to analyze these sections of the text are text-to-world and description of figurative language. Using the text-to-world in the text "On a hill far away" helped me understand that Dillard was trying to say that many people pretend to go into their religion just to fit in. "In Virginia, late one January afternoon while I had a leg of lamb in the oven, I took a short walk" (pg. 95). Here Dillard is trying to compare...

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Annie Dillard, American literature, Literature, Non-fiction, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek