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  • How To Judge People In To Kill A Mockingbird

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    “I don’t care if care if you’re black, white, strait, bisexual, gay, lesbian, short, tall, fat skinny rich or poor. If you’re nice to me, I’ll be nice to you, simple as that.”(BrainyQuotes). This is a quote by Marshall Bruce Mathers. These words are words that we should live by. This quote says that we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. In other words, we shouldn’t judge people by the color of their skin, or their financial state, but look deeper into who they are as a person, and judge them based

  • Evil In The Movie Evil

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    Introduction: I’ve chosen: The Prisoners directed by Denis Villeneuve, Captain Philips directed by Paul Greengrass, The Dark Knight directed by Christopher Nolan and In a Better World directed by Susanne Bier. I chose these films of the sole purpose to analyse the term evil and the ways it is displayed through the films I have chosen. The word evil can have many different meanings, such as morally bad or wrong, causing ruin, pain or injury, or an evil force, power, or personification. Simply by

  • Essay On Emergency Preparedness

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    Emergency Preparedness Imagine being in a school or at a workplace, and being told there was an emergency situation occurring. You and your peers had never experienced this or been trained on what to do and that kind of situation, how would that feel? In any kind of disaster situation, whether natural or terrorist disaster, people need to be prepared medically, physically, mentally, and situationally. The authors of “102 Minutes”, Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn, had effective evidence

  • Rubik's Cube Case Study

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    Selected by management to attend and brief fellow PAU Officers upon my return on “Rubik's Cube” a joint targeting initiative conducted by various U.S. Ports Of Entry to target Nigerian drug traffickers. Conference held in Miami, FL, and representatives included CBP, UK Border Services, UK Consulate in Miami and representatives of the Nigerian National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. The conference covered various targeting methods used successfully at various U.S. Ports of Entry to interdict internal

  • Destination Branding In The Tourism Industry

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    travellers and travel packages, the rise of short breaks and emergence of low-cost carriers and last minute discount pricing, and resurgence of cruising, backpackers, adventure travellers and ecotourism, dark tourism and medical tourism; and the rise of terrorism and ensuing security measures and so on (Pike & Page, 2014:

  • Essay On Rape Culture

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    male sexual aggression and supports violence against women . . . In a rape culture, women perceive a continuum of threatened violence that ranges from sexual remarks to sexual touching to rape itself. A rape culture condones physical and emotional terrorism against women as the norm . . . In a rape culture, both men and women assume that sexual violence is a fact of life, inevitable.” There are many notable examples of rape culture, one being the lyrics of the popular rap song “U.O.E.N.O”, which is

  • Significance Of Big Brother In Fahrenheit 451

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    Big Brother is Watching You: The Orwellian State and Surveillance in the Present Society In any conversation regarding dystopian literature, there are works that cannot be ignored due to their importance in the landscape not only within the genre, but also within the enormous works of English literature. Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, where American society has outlawed books and other written works, is perhaps one example. Another would be Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, where the year 2450 is

  • Neil C. Rowe's Argument Against Cyber Warfare

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    A new kind of war has been developing in the 21st Century. It is very different from the mass conflicts of World War I and World War II, when countries mobilized millions of armed troops and immense industrial resources. Wars have gotten smaller, but one could argue that they are even more vicious than they were in the past. With the advancement of technology, straightforward invasions of countries have become less common, and tactics such as cyber warfare have been employed. Neil C. Rowe argues

  • Essay On Virtual Environment

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    Non-Immersive Virtual Environment for Enhanced Learning First Srivatshan.P.K, Second Sudharsanan.T.V, and Third JagathRatchagan.S, Fourth Saraboje.V, IEEE Abstract Virtual reality has achieved an adequate level of development for it to be considered in innovative applications such as education, training, and research in higher education Virtual reality offers both opportunities and challenges for the educational sector. One of the challenges of virtual reality technology is the costs associated

  • Effects Of Street Art

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    How the Existence of New Media Affects Street Art Street art is a way of expression, which can be observed through its public display. While graffiti is still considered vandalism, it sometimes carry intense messages to society and show the artist’s opinions in a powerful and effective way. However, although street art is influential, it has a short life span, as government normally order for it to be removed due to its rioting looks, no matter how valuable it is as art. Artist and New