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Essay685 Words / ~ pages America and I - Anzia Yezierska Detailed Summary America and I is Anzia Yezierskas short essay about her struggles with assimilation into her new country and the activation of her emerging talent as a writer. The author notes that she is one of millions of people who have entered America with the hopes and dreams of a fresh, new life. From the perspective of her homeland, Russia, America represents the land of opportunities and dreams. Anzia hopes to be able to create a life much different from the one experienced by her parents. She wants to create and love her work instead of being driven only by hunger and basic needs. Anzia quickly realizes that although she is in America, she is extremely different from Americans, separated by her heritage and language barriers. Anzia finds work at the home of a Russian family who has been in America…[show more]
Presentation2.184 Words / ~6 pages Open Source Clinical Application and Resource Conestoga Health Service OSCAR EMR Implementatio­n Introduction: Canada is always trying to do better in health services. With a similar vision, Conestoga Health services -which provides health care services mainly to the students- is now developing a plan to include the Open Source Clinical Application and Resource (OSCAR) in their service. By implementing OSCAR, the office will enhance its workflow in a paperless atmosphere. OSCAR is an open source electronic medical record (EMR). It was developed by the doctors and staffs of the McMaster University. It was primarily built for primary health care service providers. OSCAR supports all the necessary functions to run a small medical practice, such as patient registration, client scheduling, electronic billing etc. Conestoga…[show more]
Essay1.085 Words / ~ pages How Does Vera Brittain use Form, Language and Structure to present thoughts and feelings. Compare to Other Works. This letter was written by Vera Brittain to her brother Edward on the 27th Feb1916 before the trauma of Somme, and was published in 1998. Vera was nursing in England at the time. The fact that the form of this text is that of a letter may seem to some readers insignificant­, but it may be read into as meaning that it is, by definition, an immediate response which is personal, and meant for a specific audience, i.e. her brother. This could immediately give the reader a clue as to how the text may have been written and how they may approach it; In this case, the audience remember the receiver of the letter, and realise that he too would have been good friends with the subject of the poem. This immediately means that the letter would impart…[show more]
Essay412 Words / ~1 page Realism in short stories The Million Pound Bank Note - The Beast In The Jungle - The Open Boat Mark Twain, Henry James and Stephen Crane portray psychological realism in their respective literary pieces of work. Mark Twain’s The Million Pound Bank Note focuses on the psychological effects of a mischievous bet. Henry James’ The Open Boat deals with the descriptions and psychological effects of four men lost at sea. Stephen Crane’s The Beast in the Jungle deals with the psychological effects of an eccentric man’s belief that he will have great misfortune. While all three authors use different styles and paths to show this, they all end at the same destination that is ‘realism’. The Million Pound Bank Note is extremely effective in portraying realism in a big picture. While Mark Twain may not go into descriptive detail of the psychological­…[show more]
Exam thesis1.813 Words / ~9 pages Theaterlitera­tur Peter Weiss - Die Ermittlung Inhaltsverzei­chnis 1. Literatur der 60er Jahre 2. Das dokumentarisc­he Theater 3. Die Ermittlung 4. Zusammenfassu­ng Literatur- u. Quellenverzei­chnis 1. Literatur der 60er Jahre Die sechziger Jahre sind von den Schriftstelle­rn geprägt, die politisch-ges­ellsc­haft­liche Veränderungen bewirken wollen. In den 50 fünfziger Jahren ist das große Wirtschaftswa­chstu­m mit all seinen Erscheinungen verzeichnet. Es geht um Vollbeschäfti­gung­, keine Streiks, usw. Aber in den 60er Jahren kommt es zu einem Rückgang des Bruttosozialp­roduk­ts und es ist die ersten Streiks. Die folgenden Jahre von 1966 bis 1967 betreffen Massenentlass­ungen und Arbeitslosigk­eit. Der Bau der Berliner Mauer (1961) hat die beständigen Flüchtlingsst­röm­e von Ost nach West verhindern.…[show more]
Essay1.334 Words / ~8 pages Governments play an important role in business innovation.’ Discuss in relation to two sectors Inhalt Government’s role in business innovation: 2 Conclusion. 5 Reference: 6 Innovation is essential to distinguish one’s contribution to find and fill untapped areas in the market, and to keep up with increasing efficiency of competitors (Pinchot and Pellman, 1999). One has to innovate quicker just to keep oneself in position. In this developing world, innovation is playing a very important role for a country to sustain its growth and acquire great heights (Pinchot and Pellman, 1999). So now organizations have realized the significance of innovation to gain competitive advantage. These days the urge to innovation is growing rapidly. Organizations that innovate tend to outlive and grow faster (Business.gov­.in, 2015). More…[show more]
Interpretation1.018 Words / ~ pages The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne Symbolism and Imagery Nathaniel Hawthornes The Scarlet Letter contains various vivid and important symbols. This device of symbolism is portrayed well in the novel, particularly about through the scarlet letter A. The A is the most effective example due to the changes in the meaning throughout the novel. In the early stages of the novel, the scarlet letter A is perceived as a representatio­n of sin. The middle of the novel is a transition period, where the scarlet letter A is interpreted differently. The symbolism behind the scarlet letter “A” changes throughout this novel. At first the letter A symbolizes the sin of adultery but later in the novel, Hester Prynne changes it’s meaning through her hard work and charity. Some people begin to suggest that the A stands for able, since Hester…[show more]
Term paper2.430 Words / ~14 pages Components of effective academic learning environment Abstract: Learning environment variables have been progressively thought seriously about by distinctive higher training frameworks in two target gatherings of understudies in Croatia and the USA. Notwithstandi­ng educational programs and specialized backing gave at a higher educational institution, different variables have been picking up significance, including understudy administratio­ns, guide bolster, learning aptitudes advancement, self-viabilit­y, and in addition the earlier information picked up over the span of auxiliary instruction and from family foundations. The outcomes are translated in the setting of recognizing the key components for fruitful tertiary-leve­l instruction, particularly in the field of data and correspondenc­e innovation…[show more]
Essay1.913 Words / ~6 pages Ligne de Temps Pollution Probe Description: Pollution Probe: Le “Pollution Probe” était créer dans 1969 par les étudiants de luniversité de Toronto pour les problèmes environnement­ales qui nétait pas importants à lépoque. Le “Pollution Probe” a devenu une organisation caritative enregistrer dans 1971. Importance Historique: La “Pollution Probe” a créé l’initiation du boite vert et bleu dans Ontario qui on voit est relevant aujourdhui et qui est important avec l’organisatio­n du recyclage et le poubelle. Justification­: Ce événement est un +1 parce que c’est un chose bon pour les Canadiens pour qu’ils savent l’information important sur lélimination du recyclage et poubelle, mais c’est pas assez important à lidentité Canadien pour que c’est un +2. Liens Historique: Ce événement est similaire au “Greenpeace” parce que…[show more]

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