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  • Cja - Pursuing Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement

    Cja - Pursuing Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement

    There are many components that make up the criminal justice system, including but not limited to: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. The criminal justice system, often referred to as a network as opposed to a system by criminal justice professionals, can not be successful without all the components that make up that system or network. Nothing can move forward within the criminal court system without first being referred by a law enforcement agency. The intent

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    Submitted: December 1, 2009 By: Edward
  • Hurricane Katrina: The Economic Impact of Natural Disasters

    Hurricane Katrina: The Economic Impact of Natural Disasters

    Running head: Hurricane Katrina: The Economic Impact of Natural Disasters Hurricane Katrina: The Economic Impact of Natural Disasters Timothy T. Boyd Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Abstract Major natural disasters can do and have severe negative short-run economic impacts. Disasters also appear to have adverse longer-term consequences for economic growth, development, and poverty reductions. Natural disasters cause significant budgetary pressures, with both narrowly fiscal short-term impacts and wider long-term implications for development. On August 29, 2005, one

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    Essay Length: 1,562 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: December 1, 2009 By: Mikki
  • The Nature of Logic and Perception

    The Nature of Logic and Perception

    The nature of logic and perception Logic is the science of reasoning or sound reasoning. Logically the only reasoning I seem to understand is my own. This has caused me to make many wrong decisions. My judgment with people usually end up with me looking like an idiot, but I live with the logic what don't kill you is bond to make you strong. To understand what logic is first you need to be able

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    Essay Length: 760 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: December 1, 2009 By: Max
  • Becoming President: Natural-Born Citizens only or All Citizens?

    Becoming President: Natural-Born Citizens only or All Citizens?

    Chantal Meza November 28, 2005 American Government POS 2042 Debate 24: "Becoming President: Natural-Born Citizens Only or All Citizens?" In Debate 24, Forrest McDonald and John Yinger each defend their opinion on whether natural-born citizens or all citizens should be eligible to become president of the United States. It is safe to say that for the most part every boy and girl has been taught that he or she has the capability to become the

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    Submitted: December 1, 2009 By: Tasha
  • State V Federal: A Comparison of Employment Law

    State V Federal: A Comparison of Employment Law

    State v Federal: A Comparison of Employment Law Jack Amore University of Phoenix Employment Law/MGT 434 Alicia Phidd, M.P.S., J.D. May 23, 2006 State v Federal: A Comparison of Employment Law Employment Law covers a vast arena in the modern workplace. Only by a thorough knowledge of the different areas employment law covers can managers be effective in insulating their company’s exposure to possible devastating lawsuits. In addition to the many laws and regulations

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    Essay Length: 688 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Jon
  • Lewis - Moral Law

    Lewis - Moral Law

    CLIVE STAPLES LEWIS The Moral Law Is from God C. S. Lewis, a British scholar and novelist who lived from 1898 to 1963, was one of the most popular and influential religious writers of the last hundred years. He wrote much in defense of Christianity. Here he argues that there is an objective moral law, that this moral law must have a source, and that this source must be God. As you read the selection,

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    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Tasha
  • Every “rockefeller Drug Laws”

    Every “rockefeller Drug Laws”

    “Rockefeller Drug Laws” In May of 1973, New York’s Governor, Nelson Rockefeller, made a set of strict anti-drug laws for the state legislature. The purpose of these laws was to stop the drug abuse epidemic that was occurring in New York during the early 1970’s. It was the most severe law in the nation; the drug laws were to punish those who possessed and sold heavy amounts of narcotics like cocaine and heroine and to

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    Essay Length: 1,555 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Max
  • Hotel Rwanda Critique

    Hotel Rwanda Critique

    Ambiguous Media The influential power of the media is not an issue to be taken lightly. This influence can harbor tremendous benefits, or catastrophic consequences. Hotel Rwanda begins with a black screen, where the only thing we are exposed to is a radio broadcast, consisting of negative propaganda concerning Tutsi rebels in Rwanda. This is important, in that the black screen represents our minds, with the only input being what we hear over the broadcast.

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    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Vika
  • The Impact of the Judicial Decision in the Case of Rodriguez V. B.C. (attorney General) on Canadian Law and the Rights of Citizens

    The Impact of the Judicial Decision in the Case of Rodriguez V. B.C. (attorney General) on Canadian Law and the Rights of Citizens

    I believe that the impact of the judicial decision in Rodriguez v. B.C. (Attorney General) is that any changes in the law will now have to come from Parliament and that, until any changes are made, anyone convicted of assisting in a suicide will face up to 14 years in prison. I believe that its impact on the rights of citizens is that citizens who are unable to physically commit suicide will be unable

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    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Victor
  • Law Firm Relies on Traffic Shaping for Wan Performance.

    Law Firm Relies on Traffic Shaping for Wan Performance.

    A project to consolidate servers in a central data centre highlighted the need for international law firm Reed Smith to use traffic-shaping technology to ensure that its most important applications perform well on its now-critical WAN. So far Reed Smith has used Packeteer PacketShapers to prioritise key flows, limit or block unnecessary traffic and adjust the size of its WAN links to make the network as cost-effective as possible, says Frank Hervert, senior manager of

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Janna
  • Nature of Logic

    Nature of Logic

    Logic can be defined as the subject that teaches the rules for correct and proper reasoning or in simpler terms, it can be best described as common sense. Some refer to the "science" of logic but logic is really more than just a science. The science part “is the knowledge of the principles, laws, and methods of logic itself.” (Dolhenty, J, 2002). Logic must be put into action or else the knowledge provided within the

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Max
  • Museum Art Critique

    Museum Art Critique

    Museum Art Critique If you live in Dallas, most likely you have been to Northpark Mall. However, did you ever notice that Northpark is also a museum? Sort of. Most art people do not know about it, and the shoppers do not seem to care, but the place is owned by Ray Nasher of Nasher Sculpture Center, and he has placed an impressive percentage of his collection in front of Neiman’s, Barney’s, Victoria’s Secret, and

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Mike
  • The End of Nature Book Review

    The End of Nature Book Review

    The End of Nature Book Review Introduction 1 a) When Bill McKibben originally wrote this book in the late 1980s, the two observations were that we tell time badly and that our sense of scale is awry. 1 b) Nothing at all has changed, but actually gotten worse. It has increased by 15%. 1 c) Three pieces of evidence that support global warming is that sea levels will rise, warmer seasons and a lot more

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Our Universe as a Laboratory for Understanding Physical Laws

    Our Universe as a Laboratory for Understanding Physical Laws

    Cosmology is the study of the origin, current state, and future of our Universe. With recent technological advances, we have been able to probe deeper and deeper into the large scale structure of the vast universe and the small scale structure of matter. Our basis of understanding and determining fundamental physical laws in assumed to be correct when measured locally in laboratory experiments. These laws are verified over and over again so that they can

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Vika
  • Nature Vs. Nurture

    Nature Vs. Nurture

    Adding to the age-old debate of nature vs. nurture is the controversy over human hand preference. Is it a matter of genetics which yields the handedness of an individual, or is it determined by the person's surroundings and their environment? Those that believe nature is the main factor that decides handedness argue that it is decided by the the genetic makeup of the individual which has been passed down through the family. Those that argue

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Mike
  • Rockefeller Drugs Law Argument

    Rockefeller Drugs Law Argument

    Introduction: Crack cocaine first hit the streets over twenty years ago, in 1983 (Ammerman 1999). No one had seen anything like it. The drug was cheap, easy to get and incredibly addictive. This one type of drug destroyed families, even whole neighborhoods. The communities that were most affected were the black and latino communities. These types of problems are what brought about the Rockefeller drug laws. These laws demonstrate that the punishment for the sale

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Jack
  • Justice in Law Enforcement

    Justice in Law Enforcement

    Justice in Law Enforcement The true concept of justice is a concept involving moral, fair, and impartial treatment of all individuals. Justice is a concept that has many different translations and a concept that can be changed on a case-by-case basis. Justice, as it pertains to law enforcement, is an example of the many faces of justice and how it can be subjective. Conceptually, justice is synonymous with law enforcement. Within this profession, justice can

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    Submitted: December 4, 2009 By: Mike
  • Nature of Leadership

    Nature of Leadership

    The large numbers of research papers and readings that exist on the nature of leadership theories underlines the importance that modern society ascribes to leadership. This paper will provide a brief overview of the significant contributions made to our understandings of the nature of leadership by theorists in the first half of the 20th century. The reasons as to how and why notions of leadership and management changed during this period will be reviewed. A

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    Submitted: December 4, 2009 By: Yan
  • Cat’s Cradle: The Destructive Nature of Humans

    Cat’s Cradle: The Destructive Nature of Humans

    Everyone has heard the expression “curiosity killed the cat.” That is to say, the search for new wisdom can often have unpleasant consequences; a child curious about the kitchen stove is bound to get burned. This is exactly what Kurt Vonnegut demonstrates in Cat’s Cradle with the example of ice-nine, which is developed by the fictional creator of the atom bomb, Felix Hoenikker. It is symbolic of the atom bomb in that it has

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    Submitted: December 4, 2009 By: David
  • Natural Language Processing in Theoretical Application

    Natural Language Processing in Theoretical Application

    Natural Language Processing in Theoretical Application Abstract: In this paper, I will be discussing the creation and implementation of a device that will utilize the concepts of natural language processing and apply it to everyday activities. The device will be a carry-along unit that can be adapted to several devices a person would use everyday, like the car, items in the kitchen, and your computer. This device will be portable, compact, durable and adaptable. The

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    Submitted: December 4, 2009 By: Victor
  • Revised Triangle Book Critique

    Revised Triangle Book Critique

    The book, TRIANGLE The Fire that Changed America, written by David Von Drehle is set in New York City primarily in the tenements of the Lower East Side and in Greenwich Village. The story provides a detailed account of life as an immigrant during the early 1900s, the garment workers strikes, the corrupt political structure of the time, several eye witness accounts of the blaze that killed 146, the missing safety procedures that could have

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    Submitted: December 4, 2009 By: Artur
  • Criminal Law Coursework

    Criminal Law Coursework

    Criminal Law Coursework In order for Mike to be found guilty of theft, it is necessary for the prosecution to prove without reasonable doubt, all the necessary elements of the offence under s.1 of the TA 1968 and TA 1978. The first element is the actus reus, which is the appropriation of property belonging to another, and the second are the mens rea elements which are dishonesty, and the intention to permanently deprive. Overpayment Mike

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    Submitted: December 5, 2009 By: Monika
  • Theory of a Natural Man

    Theory of a Natural Man

    Theory of Natural Man Rousseau saw a fundamental divide between society and human nature. Rousseau believed that man was good when in the state of nature (the state of all other animals, and the condition humankind was in before the creation of civilization and society), but is corrupted by society. This idea has often led to attributing the idea of the noble savage to Rousseau, an expression first used by John Dryden in The Conquest

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    Submitted: December 5, 2009 By: Fonta
  • The Texas Top Ten Percent Law

    The Texas Top Ten Percent Law

    The Texas Top Ten Percent Law During the past decade, the Texas Top Ten Percent Law has been implemented in order to increase the diversity of minority groups attending elite universities. The Top Ten Percent Law, which grants all students who graduate in the top ten percent of their class to automatic admission to any Texas public college or university, has caused controversy on whether it has been effective in the increase of minority enrollment

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    Submitted: December 5, 2009 By: Jon
  • What Is Natural Has to Be Investigated Not in Beings That Are Depraved, but in Those That Are Good According to Nature

    What Is Natural Has to Be Investigated Not in Beings That Are Depraved, but in Those That Are Good According to Nature

    "What is Natural Has to be Investigated Not in Beings That Are Depraved, But in Those That Are Good According to Nature" T he obstacle of figuring out the nature and instinctual behavior of humans has been toppled by many philosophical writers. Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Niccolo Machiavelli, in the Discourse on the Origin of Inequality and The Prince, subsequently, talks about this subject. In the Discourse on the Origin of Inequality, Rousseau talks about the

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    Submitted: December 5, 2009 By: Wendy

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