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    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Dialectical Journal

    Historical Context: First revealed in England in December 1884 and within the United States in February 1885. Naturalism (c. 1865-1900) A literary movement that used detailed realism to recommend that social situations, heredity, and surroundings had unavoidable pressure in shaping human character. Protagonist: Huckleberry Finn was younger boy within the late nineteenth century coming of […] More

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    A Journal on Observing a Reading Teacher

    I was deployed on the Elementary Department of the New Era University beneath the mentorship of my cooperating instructor, Prof. Samuel Bayang, Reading coordinator of the division and the adviser of Grade 6 Simon, the department’s higher hetero part which consists of 33 scholarly pupils. Given the possibility by our supervisor, Dr. Corazon Liwayway, Principal […] More

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    1984 Quote Journal

    “On every landing, opposite the raise shaft, the poster with the large face gazed from the wall. It was a type of photos that are so contrived that the eyes observe you about if you transfer. Big Brother Is Watching You, the caption beneath it ran. ” (Orwell 5) This quote is an instance of […] More

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    Project topics – Journal of Engineering Research and Studies

    Journal of Engineering Research and Studies E-ISSN0976-7916 Research Paper SEPARATION OF OIL AND PECTIN FROM ORANGE PEEL AND STUDY OF EFFECT OF pH OF EXTRACTING MEDIUM ON THE YIELD OF PECTIN Shekhar Pandharipande*a, Harshal Makodeb Address for Correspondence *a- Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Laxminarayan Institute of Technology, Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Bharat […] More

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    Journal Article Critique “From common to uncommon Knowledge: Foundations of Firm-specific use of Knowledge as a Resource”

    Research question: “How can managers create uncommon knowledge when rivals have access to similar, commonly available knowledge?” (page 425) Author’s purpose: The importance of knowledge is well established in research. The knowledge-based theory considers knowledge as the most strategically significant resource of a firm. Notwithstanding, the authors illustrate that it is not known much about […] More

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    Reflective Journal on Ethical Issues for Case Studies

    As nurses, we encounter ethical situations everyday regarding patient care. How we handle these situations promote equality while seeking rationality. After reading the two case studies presented, I will discuss in my reflective journal how the ethical issues were presented, the steps taken in the decision-making process to ethically address the issues, the lenses used […] More

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    Children Youth and Environments Journal

    The Role of the Youth in Establishing Unity in a Diversified Multicultural Society Years passed, adults have tried to control youth because they represent the future. Young people often fight back, trying to create their own world that is separate from their parents. At the end of World War II they were finally given a […] More

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    Fahrenheit 451: Journal #3 Quote Analysis

    In the quote above, Faber describes books and their content to Montag, who as started to rebel against society through books. Faber was a very special and memorable person Montag met in a park a few years back. They had a conversation in which Faber recited some poems to him and because of that, Montag […] More

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    International Journal of Business and Management

    As one of the most successful fast food chain in the world, throughout the development of McDonald’s, we could easily identify many successful business strategy implementations. In this paper, I will discuss some critical business strategies, which linked to the company’s structure and external environment. This paper is organized as follows: In the first section, […] More

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    Dialectical journal

     “But she named the infant ‘Pearl,’ as being of great price- purchased with all she had- her mother’s only pleasure.” Ah, but let her cover the mark as she will, the pang of it will be always in her heart. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter, Chapter II “The Market-Place” “the scarlet letter had the effect […] More

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    Template for Review of Journal Article

    Introduction Give an overview of the article. Development What are the key points in this article? What did I find striking or interesting about these key points? How relevant are the key points to my role as a teacher? What do I agree or disagree with in this article? How has this article influenced me […] More

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    Communications Journal

    Write a 700- to 1,050-word journal entry in the narrative style. Refer to this week’s readings to inform your responses. Describe the flow of information in your company. In your journal, discuss the following: The intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural levels of communication within your company How information travels up, down, and across your […] More

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    International Journal of Accounting and Financial

    ABSTRACT The role of Indian mutual fund industry as significant financial service in financial market has really been noteworthy. In fact, the mutual fund industry has emerged as an important segment of financial market of India, especially in channelizing the savings of millions of individuals into the investment in equity and debt instruments. Mutual funds […] More

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    Journal of Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction in Transportation

    International Journal for Quality research UDK- 656.025.2:658.56 Short Scientific Paper (1.03) SERVICE QUALITY AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTS Filipa Fonseca1) Sofia Pinto1) Carlos Brito2) 1) Faculty of Economics and Management, Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal 2) Faculty of Economics, University of Porto, Portugal Abstract: The objective of the paper is to identify the determinants […] More

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    Grapes of Wrath Journal

    Connection (Family) As the Joads ride on their journey to California, they travel as a whole, one unit, one family. And on one night they camp off the side of the road, and run into the Wilson’s, creating and merging into one large family, with one goal in mind, reaching California. But as the days […] More

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    Ethics Game & Reflective Journal

    This journal contains the reflection of the Ethics Game simulation assignment. The purpose of this paper is to describe the steps and process that I used to answer the ethical questions involved in two simulation games: The case of the troubled Teen and Policies and Politics. In addition I will also discuss how these concepts […] More

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    Dialectical Journal

    Montag is confused of the fact that they are standing in front of his house, going to burn it, he understands why this is happening to him, but he doesn’t understand who told Captain Beatty about the books that Montag had in his possession, he thought about Mildred, and her friends that he had read […] More

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    Voices of freedom Journal Industrialization

    Industrialization, ”the new economy” brought on a wave of new movements and activism in America. Labor movements, women’s rights activists, social, religious, and political reform are among the changes of the Market Society. Industrialization shaped Market Society expansion in many ways. Immigration, Nativism, Westward Expansion, the rise of Nativism,Transcendentalists Movement and The Second Great Awakening […] More

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    In Cold Blood Dialectical Journal

    Entry 1, page 5 “But afterward the townspeople, theretofore sufficiently unfearful of each other to seldom trouble to lock their doors, found fantasy re-creating them over and over again—those somber explosions that stimulated fires of mistrust in the glare of which many old neighbors viewed each other strangely, and as strangers.” I found this quote […] More

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    Reading journal- Parvana

    The book Parvana is about an 11-year-old girl living in Afghanistan, under the extreme Taliban regime. The Taliban ban women from going outside without a man and Afghan women are forced to wear the burqa at all times in public. Her family lost almost everything due to the bombings/wars in Afghanistan. Her father sells their […] More

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    Journal on Unconditional Positive Regard

    In tonight’s session we have been learning further about Carl Rogers and his conditions of a successful person- centred therapy. We have been exploring Unconditional Positive Regard, a term used by Rogers to describe a basic acceptance and support of a person regardless what they say or do. Unconditional Positive Regard is an attitude of […] More