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  • City Racquetball Club

    City Racquetball Club

    City Racquetball Club (CRC) generates revenue by offering racquetball and other physical fitness facilities to it members. Presently, there are four of these club located in the metropolitan area and each club have approximately 1,800 to 2,500 members. The current revenue is collected from annual membership and hourly court fees. The annual membership fees are charged at three different classes of membership – Individual, Student and Family at $40, $25 and $95 respectively. The breakdown of the membership for the clubs at 31 December 2012 is as follows: Individual 1,100 Student 100 Family 700 On

    Essay Length: 576 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: October 29, 2014 By: Helium86
  • Civil Conflict People in Libya

    Civil Conflict People in Libya

    Background This civil conflict began on February 15 after the people of Libya started a non-violent rebellion against Gadhafi's government. These revolts which started around the most eastern half of the nation have now spread to the borders of the nation's capital, Tripoli. These demonstrations are fighting for a change against the 42 year long regime in which Muammar al Gadhafi has been in control. The United States and the Libyan government have had previous disagreements which led to sanctions being held against Libya in 2003. After their government accepted responsibility for their actions and

    Essay Length: 939 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: June 25, 2012 By: ashley29292
  • Cjus 300 Research Paper "reacting to officer Involved Shootings"

    Cjus 300 Research Paper "reacting to officer Involved Shootings"

    Running Head: OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTINGS 1 Officer Involved Shootings Brennen Lawson Liberty University Criminal Justice 300, Section B04 Professor Conn October 12, 2015 Officers put their lives in danger every day to protect the individuals in the community that they have sworn to serve. Unfortunately, officers on rare occasions must use force to provide for the defense of themselves and innocent civilians. In fact, officer related incidents and how a law enforcement administration responds to the subsequent investigations have recently become more publicized. There are certain steps that can be followed to ensure that every

    Essay Length: 1,304 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2015 By: bllawson13
  • Classroom Challenge 2-Bullying in the Classroom

    Classroom Challenge 2-Bullying in the Classroom

    CLASSROOM CHALLENGE 2-BULLYING IN THE CLASSROOM Classroom Challenge 2-Bullying in The Classroom Tracey Herndon Liberty University EDUC 304 Professor Ryan August 5, 2018 ________________ Abstract Bullying in any form is unacceptable especially in school and the classroom setting. In this paper I will discuss and use research from various resources to analyze and identify three types of bullying found in the scenario Bullying in the Classroom. I will attempt to look for solutions to these bullying issues and see if they are effective and what changes I may see from incorporating them into my classroom

    Essay Length: 1,411 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: September 24, 2018 By: six4jss
  • Com 200 - Interpersonal Communication

    Com 200 - Interpersonal Communication

    BIG BANG CONFLICT Big Bang Conflict Charles Rogall COM 200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Perry Spann Interpersonal Communication June 10, 2017 Big Bang Conflict Why watching a television show you will see at times that there is communication conflicts that are much like the ones we have in our everyday life. These conflicts can be as simple as a misunderstanding in words or a more complex problem. By understanding communication whether its non-verbal or verbal can help one to understand one’s intentions towards you. In the television show Big Bang Theory, I will describe a situation

    Essay Length: 631 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: August 27, 2017 By: Chuck Rogall
  • Communities Supported by Logging Activities

    Communities Supported by Logging Activities

    * Bob Thomas * Concerns about the Company public image, his own reputation (being the CEO) * Challenges: • George Hollis * Finish what his boss requires him to do, work closely with John, impress his boss (personal interest) * Challenges: how to run the policy without letting the public feel like buying public support • John Davidson * consider what will happen if he does or does not participate in the suggested campaign. Private interest vs company’s interest * personal conflict with the way that the image-building campaign is being approached. * Challenges: how

    Essay Length: 418 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 4, 2019 By: Kiki Lui
  • Comparing the Us and the Netherlands

    Comparing the Us and the Netherlands

    Vs. Comparing the US and the Netherlands Hannah Workman Macroeconomics Summary My name is Hannah Workman and I am currently a junior studying Food Marketing and Supply Chain Management at Western Michigan University. During the spring semester, I took part in a study abroad program in the Netherlands. I lived in Utrecht, Netherlands for approximately five months where I studied International Marketing Management at Hogeschool Utrecht. On top of studying, I was able to truly immerse myself into many aspects of the Dutch lifestyles and culture which has changed my perspectives on many areas of

    Essay Length: 3,959 Words / 16 Pages
    Submitted: December 5, 2016 By: hannahcworkman
  • Core Beliefs - Making the World a Better Place

    Core Beliefs - Making the World a Better Place

    Project 1: Identify Core Beliefs CBR 600 Communicating, Problem Solving, and Leading in Cybersecurity For David Gianna University of Maryland University College April 10, 2018 My main core belief is making the world a better place. By making the world a better place I am essentially leaving a lasting impact on the world. That can ripple throughout the world. And have an effect that will still be there even after one is dead. Seeing people’s lives or the world improved gives a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction that is difficult to equal. Tutoring homeless

    Essay Length: 507 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: August 19, 2018 By: Domeki
  • Counseling Clients with Disabilities

    Counseling Clients with Disabilities

    COUNSELING CLIENTS WITH DISABILITIES Counseling Clients with Disabilities Faaizah Sweatte Liberty University Online Introduction Individuals with disabilities are amongst the categories of the oppressed. They are often underrepresented, especially when it comes to obtaining adequate support with regard to all aspects of life. Despite the laws enacted, and the fact that this class of individuals requires an additional level of understanding and sensitivity with regard to every day incidences in life, they are often overlooked and not tended to in the way they require and deserve. The disabled are often ostracized and isolated intentionally and

    Essay Length: 3,381 Words / 14 Pages
    Submitted: February 6, 2018 By: faazbear02
  • Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest

    Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest

    CRITICAL THINKING CONFLICT OF INTEREST Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest Thomas Lee University of Maryland University College May 22, 2018 Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest The critical thinking paper will be discussing the ethics of representing two hacking groups in different lawsuits that may be called a conflict of interest. There is lawsuit against Anomalous group for hacking the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and CyberTech is serving as the cyber forensics consultants for the Office of Personnel Management. There is also a lawsuit against Equation set for hacking into Anomalous facilities and CyberTech is

    Essay Length: 900 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: August 19, 2018 By: Domeki
  • Crj 301 - Connecting the Dots: What Is and Effective Program?

    Crj 301 - Connecting the Dots: What Is and Effective Program?

    CONNECTING THE DOTS: WHAT IS AN EFFECTIVE PROGRAM? Week 5 Final Paper: Connecting the Dots: What is and Effective Program? Treasa Little CRJ 301: Juvenile justice Instructor: Kirsten Pickering September 24, 2017 In all the United States of America, there will forever be crime and punishment, that is forever. There comes a time when we must ask ourselves where does treatment come in? If there is crime and punishment the lines for treatment is somewhere in between. To figure out the best way to provide corrective treatment you need to know the difference between treatment

    Essay Length: 3,617 Words / 15 Pages
    Submitted: October 15, 2017 By: trslttl
  • Css101 - My Reflective Paper

    Css101 - My Reflective Paper

    My Reflective paper on CSS101 Shannon McIntosh Post University I have learned so much in the last 8 weeks. In week 5 I found out that my learning style is visual. Knowing this has already helped me a lot. After reading some ideas on things that would help me academically, I tried a couple of them as soon as I could, and it was so helpful. I wish I would have known this information 25 years ago. The first study tip I used was using different colored highlighters for different types of information. I used

    Essay Length: 495 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 28, 2015 By: Shannon McIntosh
  • Cultural Differences

    Cultural Differences

    Cultural Differences Culture is a complicated system of ideas that represents uniqueness of countries. There is no right or wrong culture because no one can measure it. However, due to globalization we have a chance to compare Western and Asian countries which both differ in characteristics such as power distance, masculinity, and individualism. Power distance is one of the dimensions of the culture that is usually used in business field to represent unequal distribution of power between people from different social levels. In comparison, Asian culture tends to have high power distance and people in

    Essay Length: 303 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2018 By: 123zaq
  • Death and Dying

    Death and Dying

    Without death there would be no point in life, no limitations, no goals and no motivation. Because with death we have time as a determining factor, something we fight with, something we try to keep up with everyday. Time is always running out for us. We therefore can’t achieve everything in life and that is why people set priorities. Without death people will not be like they are now, they will live life in a way that they won’t have goals or priorities because they can achieve everything without time as a restriction. In my

    Essay Length: 468 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: February 27, 2017 By: tashtashtashhh
  • Decentralization


    Decentralisation In order to evaluate the effectiveness of decentralisation we have to first take have a thorough understanding of the company's current state of operations. As of early 2010 the company is operating in 13 dealership locations, selling 10 brands and is employing approximately 325 people. The topic of decentralisation is closely associated with how decisions are made in a company. The theories of decision making processes dictate that a decision has its origin in some kind of problem. The decision maker bears the responsibility of forming a set of alternatives to be evaluated, and

    Essay Length: 471 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: June 16, 2014 By: opalcard92
  • Deep Breathing Techniques to Reduce Stress for Individuals with Panic Attacks

    Deep Breathing Techniques to Reduce Stress for Individuals with Panic Attacks

    Running Head: Deep Breathing for Panic Attacks Deep Breathing Techniques to Reduce Stress for Individuals with Panic Attacks Stratford University Introduction Over six million Americans are affected by panic attacks, according to the National Institute of Mental Health, woman are twice as likely to have a panic attacks as men (Health, 2009). Many people who experience a panic attack are those in late adolescence or early adulthood. Panic attack is also known as anxiety attacks, but not everyone who experiences a panic attack will develops a panic disorder (Health, 2009). With proper technique and managing

    Essay Length: 840 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: October 25, 2018 By: Matthewcenter
  • Deep Roots Distillery

    Deep Roots Distillery

    My final project will be on Deep Roots Distillery, I have decided to do this Discussion on American Apparel. American Apparel, needs to go back to its foundation, and relaunch the brand. "American Apparel’s mission was to make great quality clothing without using cheap “sweatshop” labor and exploiting workers" (Metha, 2016). Currently, their brand has taken a lot of hits, financially, legally and reputation-wise. One of their major disadvantages is its financial state. They need to increase sales numbers, reduce their high-interest debt before they are forced to file for bankruptcy, and lower their operating

    Essay Length: 399 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: July 22, 2019 By: pbenzo
  • Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Paper

    Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Paper

    Detroit Industry, North Wall Diego M. Rivera Image Size Lower Panel: 17 feet 8-½ inches x 45 feet 1932-1933 Detroit Institute of Arts Related image I have been to the DIA numerous times and was excited to go back and see Diego Rivera’s tribute to the industry and workers in Detroit. I have always been fond of the Rivera Court and the representation this portrays of our great City of Detroit and its industry. Perhaps because my grandfather and great uncles worked for the auto industry, it is very near and dear to my heart.

    Essay Length: 1,222 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: June 1, 2019 By: swagger88
  • Differences Between School and University

    Differences Between School and University

    Differences between school and university Education is a very important part in our lives and according to this perspective, schools and universities are the main places we are going through. At first it may seem that these educational institutes are the same, but there are significant dissimilarities between them. Studying approach, community, and independency are characteristics which prove this obvious difference. Studying approach is a major element and a way through which students gain necessary knowledge. In school, they usually receive general knowledge and all materials provided directly from teachers. They do not spend much

    Essay Length: 376 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 4, 2018 By: 123zaq
  • Discussion Pest Technique

    Discussion Pest Technique

    Discussion 6-1 PEST Technique New trends are shaping the retail landscape. Particularly, it is the technological and economic trends that are having the deepest effect on it. With time the competitive pressure is also growing which is because of the growth in the number of players and creation of the e-retail. The PEST analysis shows how various forces affect the retail industry. Political Factor – Political stability means better business because political disruption leads to the disruption of supply chain and sales. Moreover, political issues can also become an interference to smooth business operations. For

    Essay Length: 753 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: October 14, 2018 By: Momof2boys
  • Dogs Rule. Everyone and Everything Else, Drools.

    Dogs Rule. Everyone and Everything Else, Drools.

    Dogs are simply the best. No questions asked. No one can say otherwise. Doggos. Doges. Puppers. Puppins. All are good. Have you heard the saying, "The dog is man's best friend"? Well, ignore all the people who are worried about it being sexist or whatever you kids call it these days. The real point to be made is that it's DOGS who are man's best friend. Not cats, or horses, or birds, or anything else, it's dogs!! And you want to know why they're man's best friend? Well, why wouldn't they be? Their wagging tails,

    Essay Length: 262 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: August 24, 2016 By: 4Doge2Lover0
  • Dream Career

    Dream Career

    My dream career is to become a registered nurse with a master diploma of Business administration and nursing. Since I was a little girl I always wanted to become a nurse I have realized that nursing is the perfect profession for me because nurses are the people who never stop caring and are always there to help. As a nurse l will be able to help people not only at their bedside, but l will also be able to implement changes that will ultimately revolutionize the hospital experience. I always loved to help and take

    Essay Length: 281 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: July 6, 2012 By: kitha21
  • Droit Privé International Fiches

    DROIT PENAL DES AFFAIRES ______________________________________________________________________________ introduction Règles de Droit Pénal général et de Procédure pénale applicable au DPA : Ne concerne pas la réparation pr les victimes (= juge civil, ou pénal si constitution de partie civile) - Légalité des délits et des peines - Non rétroactivité de la loi pénale (sauf + douce) - Interprétation stricte des textes répressifs (pas d'analogie) - Théorie de la tentative - Théorie de la complicité - Théorie de la coaction - Causes d’irresponsabilité pénale - Distinction élément matériel / Elément intentionnel - Procédure identique que pr procès pénal

    Essay Length: 14,077 Words / 57 Pages
    Submitted: November 27, 2016 By: Jane
  • Dutch Culture and Economics – Individual Assignment

    Dutch Culture and Economics – Individual Assignment

    Dutch Culture and Economics – Individual Assignment Hannah Workman (1692914) Dutch Culture and Economics (MBIB-DUTCUECO-14) Yael Brenner 31/5/2016 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Reflection: The pleasure society – tolerant or indifferent? 4 Reflection: On gender, generations, and personal relations 6 Reflection: On Images and Stereotypes 8 Reflection: Excursions 10 Conclusion 11 Bibliography 12 Introduction My name is Hannah Workman and I am an exchange student at Hogeschool Utrecht studying International Marketing. Coming from America, I had many predispositions about the Netherlands before arriving, some of which were true and many which were untrue. After spending

    Essay Length: 2,318 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: December 5, 2016 By: hannahcworkman
  • E-Quiz


    E-QUIZ 1. Discuss all the market segments in the film and describe each according to demographics, psychographics, behavior, and technographic dimensions. Explain. 1. Demographics: Age: 18-45 Gender: Both Male and Female, but mostly Male Educational attainment: At least High School graduate Income: Class C and D Occupation: Hip-Hop artists, entertainers, rappers, athletes, and students Location: Worldwide 1. Psychographics: These are the people who are are into Hip-Hop, entertainment industry, and basketball industry. They display extreme addiction and buy expensive sneakers for social acceptance. 1. Behavior: They are very OC when it comes to their sneakers

    Essay Length: 503 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 8, 2017 By: ADRIANAPOL
  • Edad 5680 Multiculturalism - Global Perspectives and Twenty-First Century Skills

    Edad 5680 Multiculturalism - Global Perspectives and Twenty-First Century Skills

    Najat Murillo and Tiffany Biggers University of North Texas Dr. Linda Stromberg EDAD 5680 Curriculum Analysis Project Part 1: A discussion of what we learned through the two areas of analysis - Multiculturalism/Global Perspectives and Twenty-First Century Skills. Najat: One of my greatest strengths is that I come from a very multicultural family – we represent more than seven countries! Growing up with such diversity has been an amazing experience. For this reason, I have been able to articulate a strong rationale for multicultural education. I feel that it has also helped me to easily

    Essay Length: 3,418 Words / 14 Pages
    Submitted: March 31, 2019 By: Missladyt8514
  • Edc510 B Autobiographical Paper

    Edc510 B Autobiographical Paper

    Autobiographical Paper Gracie A Owens Autobiographical Statement EDC 510 B North Carolina State University July 10, 2017 ________________ I made the decision to become a counselor after being counseled for numerous problems I have suffered over the years. I have survived many difficult life lessons through counseling, loving friends, and a supportive family. The help I received made me start thinking of what I could do with my life to help others with similar or the same problems. I am still not sure which path I want to travel in counseling. I have thought of

    Essay Length: 859 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: February 4, 2019 By: Gracie Owens
  • Edge of Hell

    Edge of Hell

    Edge of Hell Anyone that walks into this place never walks out and that’s all I was told about this spooky, scary place. It was Friday October 31st, the day my life changed. The sky began to turn grey and not long later did it begin to threaten all that was beneath it with it’s impenetrable lightning. By this time, it was too late to change my mind or turn around. I was scared, frightened, horrified and I had no idea what to do. As I dealt with the fear in my head, I felt

    Essay Length: 283 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 23, 2018 By: debbie3039
  • Educ303 Biblical Worldview Assignment

    Educ303 Biblical Worldview Assignment

    Biblical Worldview Biblical Worldview Assignment Shelby Trice Liberty University EDUC 303-D01 Biblical Worldview Assignment Introduction When becoming a teacher, it is important to understand what are individual worldview is and how this will affect our teaching. As a Christian our biblical worldview and how we integrate it into the classroom is an important part of any education. As a Christian teacher, it is extremely important that we believe in the Bible and Gods word. We must believe that Gods word plays an important role in education. As a public-school teacher, certain restraints are put how

    Essay Length: 1,056 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: July 29, 2019 By: Trice
  • Edward Morey - Fingerprinting

    Edward Morey - Fingerprinting

    Ledesma Rodrigo Ledesma 4/22/15 Crim B12 Edward Morey-Fingerprinting In the city of Wagga Wagga in Australia on Christmas day of 1933 a fisherman on the Murrumbidgee River found a body on a tree. When the body was taken to the autopsy it was found the body was a male between the ages of 45 and 50. The body had several hits to the back of the head and had to be in the water for at least 5 weeks. They couldn’t identify him because his right hand was missing and his left hand was to

    Essay Length: 366 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: February 10, 2016 By: rod012095

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