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In American history almost every tragic event has had the use or involvement of firearms dating back to when the country was founded. We have found out stopping these tragedies from happening is almost impossible but some may think the solution could be removal of all guns in America or impose more restrictions. In recent events, the tragedy in Las Vegas could be pointed out as one recent example in American history where gun control restrictions may be needed. But from the tragedy taken place at Sandy Hook may propose a solution to gun restrictions in America. This could have been an example where if there were fewer restrictions on civilians being allowed to legally carry concealed handguns then someone could have prevented the tragedy that had taken place in…
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Deforche, to part take in physical activity?

Deforche, De Bourdeaudhuij, & Tanghe. (2006). Attitude toward physical activity in normal-weight, overweight and obese adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health,38(5), 560-568. doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2005.01.015 This article researched the attitudes and predictors of overweight and obese adolescents with greater levels of a sedentary lifestyle, as opposed to normal-weight counterparts. It also looked at the importance of influencing and encouraging positive youth participation in physical activity. This will fit into my project because it evaluates the perception of motivation and how attitude can truly affect the potential positive or negative outcomes of your experience. I think that this article would fall under the category of the interaction of exercise management within my sub-discipline because it provides sufficient evidence about moderate intensity activity and its important role in decreasing the amount of leisure time by…
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Lefebvre values of enduring collective (Brown, 2002).

Lefebvre (1968) argues that there were scarcity of foods but never having the problem of lacking of space in the past, but the overcrowded more economically developed countries is especially resolved in the larger towns and cities emerge the lack of space in the current era. Space is the word that commonly used in the architecture world, but people normally invalid to realize the different explanation or deeper understanding of space itself (Massey, 1992). In the current age, the class struggle is integrated with space more than ever before (Lefebvre, 1991). The space assigns under class is based on the origin of unequal development in the character of space and the profusion of space for the wealthy and too scarcity for the lower class or poor. Besides, spatial language might…
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Traditionally, is about 50,000). In the north

Traditionally, the main challenge in this regard was the situation in Afghanistan, where crisis phenomena continue to increase. The most important threat is the concentration of militants in North Afghanistan, outlined in 2014-2015, on the borders of the former Soviet republics. An alarming event was the capture by the Taliban of Kunduz and the continued general weakening of the positions of the Kabul government. The last is still internally weakened by interethnic contradictions between the Pashtuns and Tajiks; Western aid, including military, is gradually decreasing, and other external players can not or will not replace it. The fighting capacity and morale of the Afghan army, to which the US spent $ 43 billion since 2002, are very low, and it is unlikely that it will be able to resist the…
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Wheelchair the chair alone is made to

Wheelchair is a device used by handicapped and elderly people for their transportation purpose. Several types of smart wheelchairs are available in the market. In some case such as totally paralysis person in amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Parkinson disease, it may be very difficult or impossible for such patient to use normal type of system. They are based on hand gesture, eye position, voice recognition, brain waves etc. All these types of wheelchairs are very costly and are not affordable by common man. In this work a novel cost effective electric wheelchair controlled by DC motor is proposed. The sensing is made with the help of trackball. Trackball is a pointing device consisting of a ball held by a socket containing sensors to detect a rotation of the ball…
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The increasing economic interdependence of national economies

The term "globalization" refers to an increasing interaction of people, state or countries through the growth of the international flow of money, ideas and culture. It is also the primarily an economic process of integration that has social and cultural aspects. Thus, modernization process has become the big influence in this concept. The globalization has also the advantages and disadvantage in the progressing in the society. The advancement of the technology in the communication but also in terms of the partnership in different association and organization in every country. Eventually, the saddest part of being progressing in the technology it involves the bad influence in the society. This shows that it will increase free trade and communication between nations and the respective country. The increased access to the technology, education,…
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General and has had enormous effects on

General Description The historic infectious disease referred to as the plague is caused by the bacteria called Yersinia pestis. Y. pestis can typically be found in small rodents and their fleas. However, it is a zoonose, which means it's a disease that is passed from animals to humans through direct or indirect contact 1. Yersinia pestis is accidentally introduced into the human population. Humans typically contract plague after being bitten by a rodent flea that is infected with Y. pestis or by handling an animal infected with plague. According to Pathogen Profile Dictionary, Y. pestis is a Gram-negative bacillus belonging to the Enterobacteriaceae family which also includes Salmonella and Escherichia coli. Yersinia pestis is a non-spore-forming, anaerobe that is immobile at room temperature. The most favorable temperature for this particular…
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Employability in the business for many years.

Employability and entreatment                                                                                                                                                                                       The hospitality industry is one of the largest and fastest growing industries around the world.  The industry comprises of various sub-sectors which include the hotel sector, restaurant and resort. The tourism and hospitality industry is a…
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An ultimately leads him to kill his

An overestimation of an individual's competence and capabilities, especially in a position of power, can cloud a person's judgement and lead to disastrous outcomes.  In the play, "King Oedipus," Oedipus chooses to ignore his prophecy and goes to great lengths to change his fate. But eventually, he experiences a series of events that ultimately lead to his undesired downfall through the exposure of his arrogance and pride. Thus, Sophocles demonstrates Oedipus's hamartia as hubris through his behavior and interactions with Laius and Creon which portray how ego can blind an individual's perception and cause their undoing. Initially, Sophocles displays Oedipus's pride through his conceited behavior towards King Laius and also from his actions in the aftermath. For example, as Oedipus stumbles onto Laius' carriage where three roads meet, he becomes…
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Non-native concepts in their mother tongue they

Non-native pupils in the mainstream classroom in England raise awareness that pedagogy and language are not only the issues to be raised.  Their rights and equality were highlighted as important.  Non-native pupils in England should have equal opportunity and access to English as the dominant language in schools for the minority pupils.  Although other minority languages have value the educational attainment is only achieved through English (Naldic, 2015). Countries that use the English language besides England have different approaches to teaching and many of them have their own curricula and assessments for their EAL pupils (Naldic, 2015). 6.         Theories The main theory supporting EAL practice over the last 40 years derives from the theorist Professor Jim Cummins, an academic from Canada. The Iceberg Model (BICS and CALP)  This theory was…
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