Crucible

What exactly is a ???tragedy??? Is it just a story with a sorrowful ending If someone dies in a sad way does that instantly make them a tragic hero According to Aristotle and Arthur Miller, a tragedy is an act in which a noble or heroic character goes against what is popular and stands up for what he believes in, ultimately leading to their downfall. In turn, this would mean that ???The Crucible??? is a tragedy and John Proctor is a tragic hero. For a novel to be a tragedy, it has to have a character that goes against the public opinion, which leads to his fall. According to Aristotle,… Read More

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Hypothetical Working Agreement

Hypothetical Working Agreement Elizabeth Osorio BSHS 322 June 13, 2010 Melonie Jones As per Murphy & Dillon (2003), working agreements can be formally written and contractual, or they may be informal, unspoken shard visions of what the relationship and the work will be like. Whatever the level of formality and concreteness, working agreement are usually composed of at least four parts: assessment, the setting of goals, the negotiation of contracts to meet these goals, and plans for the periodic evaluation of the work. When the clinician helps set specific realistic goals for the client and closely reviews the effects of it the client will be benefiting from all aspects of… Read More

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Crucible

Arthur Millers The Crucible ???Appendix??? reveals more information about John and Abigail. After one reads this section we are given insight on Abigail??™s motives in her vengeance on Proctor. We are also able to witness John Proctors anger towards Abigail and how although he cares for Abigail, he is truly devoted to Elizabeth. Perhaps the book should in fact not have left this out because it holds applicable information that is very handy to the reader. The appendix impacts the thematic comprehension of the work as well as two of the major characters, John Proctor and Abigail Williams. The Appendix helps us to understand John and Abigail as we witness… Read More

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Hypothetical Working Agreement

Hypothetical Working Agreement Paper BSHS/322 January 8, 2011 Stephanie Chupein Clients Name: Freydia Address: 3467 Apt B Magnolia Dr Telephone Number: 1-808-654-3467 Gender: Female Age: 27 Religion: Catholic Cultural identity: Hispanic Sexual Orientation: She would like to keep that off the record Relationship Status: Single Employment or means of Support: currently laid off and she is on food stamps and getting help by government assistants Education or training: graduated high school that??™s the farthest she has been no special training Significant other Name: N/A Address: N/A Phone number: N/A Presenting problems: crack cocaine abuse and her children are in custody with her mother Biopsychosocial stressors: Clients strengths: She wants to… Read More

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Crt205

Section 1a Giuliani Remembers In the interview with Larry King, Giuliani speaks of the attack on September 11th. I believe that CNN paid for Giuliani to come speak with Larry King. I detect a slant, when Giuliani says that “Were going to get attacked. We better get ready for a number of attacks, you know, suicide bombings and other kinds of attacks.” So, I thank God that thats not the case and I expect we are going to get attacked again but Im thankful that we got these five years.???, and again when he states ???and we have to support that.???, talking of what??™s going on in Iraq. It sounds… Read More

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Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis

Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis (I1) Sarah Martin RES 342 September 15, 2010 Stephen Loro Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis (I1) ???The need to understand and be able to use mathematics in everyday life and in the workplace has never been greater and will continue to increase??? (NCTM, 2000, p. 4). Background: The article used for this paper was ???An Inquiry into Teacher Implementation of NCTM Standards in the Kindergarten through Second Grade Instructional Setting??? written by Greta Harmon Loeber. The study ???investigated the relationship between teacher??™s implementation of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and student achievement on Exemplars, a performance-based assessment, in a suburban elementary school in the… Read More

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Crt 205

CRT 205 Part A The key issue of the comic strip was to employees discussing a flaw in the payroll system. The flaw is that anyone with access can give them selves a raise. Tanya tells Anita that she should do it as well. Anita doesn??™t immediately decide whether she does it or not. She knows that it??™s wrong but she is tempted because she is broke. Anita finally comes to the conclusion that it is wrong after thinking about it for a while. Anita??™s decision is based on a moral value judgment. It is immoral to steal and this is exactly what they are doing. In the end, Anita… Read More

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Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis

Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis Research and Evaluation II Gary Saxena October 31, 2010 I choose to research an article on cigarette smoking among gays, lesbians, and bisexuals because it seems that cigarette smoking seems to be a popular trend at their bars and night clubs. There is one ???gay??? bar in our town and it is often a lot of fun to go there to dance since they have great music there. Unfortunately, the cigarette smoke is almost too much. This article seeks to show evidence that the smoking rate among lesbians, gays, and bisexuals is higher than that of heterosexuals. Unlike the town I live in, the research was… Read More

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Crt 205

* Wendy??™s paid for one example of the ads, and Progressive paid for the other one. There is not a slant in either of the examples that I used, because they both did not compete with eachother. I believe that a secondary opinion would be effective with this competitive restaurant and insurance company, and they use that method often in both of their commercials. The Wendy??™s example reflects that people know when something is real, rather than imitation. The slogan they use at the end of each example is, ???you know when it??™s real.??? This shows that society is capable of making the appropriate decision. This campaign is credible because… Read More

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Hypocrisy of Men in Woman at Point Zero

How does Nawal el *Sadaawi??™s* characterization*s* of men convey* the hypocrisy of men in Egyptian society in ???Woman at Point Zero??™ *Michelle Davies 10/3/2010 The characterization of men by Nawal el Sadaawi in this book seems to convey the primary theme of hypocrisy in this particular patriarchal society. The author seems to describe these characters in a way to show the different facets of society that one may find hypocrisy. In this essay I will attempt to see to what effect does the usage of literary devices affect the way in which the men can be characterized as hypocrites, and how are they a microcosm ofthe corrupt and unjust sexist… Read More

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