What Makes My House a Home

My house was built in the 1960’s and has had just two different families living in it, one of them being my own. There are a few giveaways which show that it is in fact a house fit for a family, with crayon on the wall, a height chart engraved in the living room door frame, and a fruit bowl which everyone puts the odd bits from their pockets in. As you enter the house there ...
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Leadership 101

The Civil Air Patrol is the United States Air Force Auxiliary. As a Cadet Staff Sergeant in the Civil Air Patrol I have learned that there are three elements of effective leadership: communication, vision, and knowledge. A leader is a person that knows how to communicate his ideas, has a vision of where he wants to take his followers, and is knowledgeable about the subject at...
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Hamlet: Pro or Anit-Revenge?

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet is one of the most discussed and debated plays of all time, and many questions are asked about the complex, confusing plot. One of the themes under question is that of revenge. In support of the pro-vengeance view, characters who took revenge or supported it were, with the exception of Claudius, apparently honorable men – Hamlet, Laertes, Fortinbr...
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Swot Analysis of Tesco

At Tesco Plc, SWOT analysis is used in collaboration with other tools to measure future performance. Performance measurement tools such as balance scorecard; 360 degree feedback; Management by Objectives (MBO) and customer management techniques are used to assess the current performance and strategise the future performance of the staff of Tesco Plc. A record of the current k...
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Standardized Testing: It's Time to Smell the Coffee

Standardized Testing, as you know, is a technique used in schools across America to measure student growth and whether teachers and schools are educating their students the way that society considers to be correct. State mandated pre-tests, state exams, and state mandated post-tests are just a few examples of the standardized testing. Standardized testing has proven to be uns...
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Sex vs

Over the past years, there has been a perception whereby the male gender is believed to be superior to the female. According to Liese, biology alone is not enough to define and determine one’s gender. Additionally, sex is determined by biology after conception and is distinguished by one’s chromosomal makeup. One is either XX (male) or XY (female). On the other hand, gender i...
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Cryptanalysing

“Since humans began writing, they have also been communicating in code”(Singh, The Code Book, 1999).The art of code writing is the basis of deception. Not only by writing, a code can be classified as deception just through a simple thought. A code or encryption is just what obstructs the message or idea that needs to be understood. Encryption is best when written, because muc...
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The Victory of Red Roses

Stefan Zweig must be a crazy sadist were he still alive. He could doom the tragic destiny of a 13-year-old girl with soul filled of seriousness and ardour in the book LETTER FROM AN UNKNOWN WOMAN, wrote down her complicated and tangled emotions so enthusiastically and carefully. If the story were realized, Zweig was pretty much like a murderer that took enormous pleasure from...
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IKEA Case Study

Ikea Case Study: IKEA is the Dutch company (it has the roots in Sweden) which is supposed to be one of the greatest owners of the retail stores selling furniture and home appliances. The full name of the company is IKEA International Group. It is known that the IKEA has Swedish roots and supports the reputation of the Swedish company in all the marketing communications. IKEA ...
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Degenerated Humans

All individuals have daily routines, religions, or beliefs to follow, along with morals to develop. Nearly everyone will identify himself/herself as a virtuous human being, asserting that civilized people are not inclined to nefarious activities. According to students, someone who assisted Hitler and was responsible for the gas chambers in the concentration camps had to be b...
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