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Rights And The French Revolution

Pages: 8 (2520 words) Sources: 14 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:58574164

...Comparison The Rights of Man and Revolution in France
Introduction
Despite the push to eradicate a class based system during the Enlightenment and events leading up to the French Revolution, it was replaced instead by classes based on property and wealth rather than nobility. Two leading figures for and against the new classes were Robespierre and Sieyes. Sieyes supported separating voting rights from human rights while Robespierre believed voting rights were inherent rights of man. Robespierre’s ideals deteriorated as he gained power. The rights of man were essentially an Enlightenment notion. Thomas Paine had written The Rights of Man in 1791 as the French Revolution was underway and he had even gone there to show his support for it; however, Robespierre had him locked away and schedule for execution, not trusting the American. In short, France was a hotbed of insurrection, chaos, mistrust, and change. The politics of governance were in……

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Abbe Sieyes. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Preliminary to the French Constitution.\\\\\\\\\\\\" In The French Revolution and Human Rights: A Brief History with Documents, 2nd Edition, edited by Lynn Hunt, 78. Boston: Bedford, 2016.

Cook, Malcolm. Elections in the French Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

“French Constitution, Rights of Man and Citizen,” Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, accessed November 8, 2019,  http://chnm.gmu.edu/revolution/d/55 

Higonnet, Patrice. “The Harmonization of the Spheres,” The French Revolution and the Creation of Modern Political Culture, vol. 4, The Terror. Emerald Publishing, 1994.

Hunt, Lynn. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Introduction: The Revolutionary Origins of Human Rights.\\\\\\\\\\\\" In The French Revolution and Human Rights: A Brief History with Documents, 2nd Edition, edited by Lynn Hunt, 1-31. Boston: Bedford, 2016

Jones, Colin. The Great Nation. London: Penguin Books, 2003

Lembcke, Oliver, and Weber, Florian. “Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès : The Essential Political Writings.” 1 st ed. Vol. 9

Montesquieu. “Montesquieu on Government Systems (1748).” French Revolution, January 18, 2018. Accessed November 4, 2019,  https://alphahistory.com/frenchrevolution/montesquieu-on-government-systems-1748/

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Can Aging Be Reversed

Pages: 5 (1399 words) Sources: 4 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:20527653

...Comparison Can Aging be Reversed or Delayed?
Aging is a fact of nature. Everything ages and eventually dies. For people living today this is often a source of fear and anxiety because death, as Shakespeare pointed out, is the “undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns”—in other words, the final point of life that so little is actually known about (Easwaran, 1996). People with faith in an afterlife tend to have less anxiety about death, but faith is not enjoyed by everyone (Alvarado, Templer, Bresler & Thomas-Dobson, 1995). Those who want to put off death as long as possible turn to de-aging techniques and strategies, hoping to delay the inevitable. This paper will discuss the reality of aging and address the assumptions that 1) Aging cannot be reversed; and 2) Aging can be delayed; however, the average person could not afford the cost of treatments to delay aging because one……

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Alvarado, K. A., Templer, D. I., Bresler, C., & Thomas?Dobson, S. (1995). The relationship of religious variables to death depression and death anxiety. Journal of clinical psychology, 51(2), 202-204.

Drugs. (2019). Sprycel. Retrieved from  https://www.drugs.com/price-guide/sprycel 

Easwaran, E. (1996). The undiscovered country: Exploring the promise of death. Nilgiri Press.

Hashizume, O., Ohnishi, S., Mito, T., Shimizu, A., Ishikawa, K., Nakada, K., ... & Okita, K. (2015). Epigenetic regulation of the nuclear-coded GCAT and SHMT2 genes confers human age-associated mitochondrial respiration defects. Scientific reports, 5, 10434.

Liu, J., Yu, H., & Ning, X. (2006). Effect of quercetin on chronic enhancement of spatial learning and memory of mice. Science in China Series C: Life Sciences, 49(6), 583-590.

Mack, E. (2015). Researchers may have discovered fountain of youth by reversing aging in human cells. Retrieved from  https://newatlas.com/reversal-of-aging-human-cell-lines/37721/ 

Quick, D. (2015). Senolytics: A new class of drugs with the potential to slow the aging process. Retrieved from  https://newatlas.com/senolytics-drug-slow-aging/36472/ 

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Learning Goals Real Life Experience And Personal Experience

Pages: 10 (3023 words) Document Type:Essay Document #:36646335

...Comparison Summary/synthesis of what I learned
The goal of the probation program is to help offenders to change for the better and to maintain that change. The probation program also works to ensure communities remain safe even while offenders are given a chance to re-integrate. The mission of probation is to ensure public safety through motivating offenders to change and to lead lives that are free of crime. The mission is achieved via the re-integration of offenders back into their communities, monitoring the offenders, supervising and controlling the offenders, and ensuring the offenders are re-entering in positive and safe environments where they can stay crime-free.
Offenders are usually monitored in various ways to ensure they are living crime-free lives and that they are truly reformed. Some of the ways include getting their telephone and mobile contacts for communication, visiting them at home, carrying out urine screens, referring them to substance abuse……

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Developing Organizational Practices And Policies

Pages: 5 (1643 words) Sources: 6 Document Type:Essay Document #:58513458

...Comparison Introduction
In healthcare organizational settings, competing needs are rather commonplace. Thus, nurse leaders ought to effectively manage these needs so as to ensure that an organization is able to fulfill its obligations to various stakeholders, i.e. patients and employees. To a large extent, this involves not only prudent allocation of resources, but also proper establishment of priorities.
Competing Needs
The competing needs in the organizational setting are: the need to promote better outcomes via the acquisition and implementation of new technology and the need to raise the minimum wage of employees as a motivation and retention strategy.
To begin with, it should be noted that technology is of great relevance in healthcare settings. As a matter of fact, Kruse and Beane (2018) point out that there is no doubt that technology has had a significant impact in the way healthcare services are delivered in the healthcare realm. It is likely……

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Agah, A. (Ed.). (2013). Medical Applications of Artificial Intelligence. New York, NY: CRC Press.

Barlow, J. (2016). Managing Innovation in Healthcare. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing Company.

Cherry, B. & Jacob, S.R. (2018). Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management (8th ed.). St Louis, MO: Elsevier Health.

Jones, C.B. & Gates, M. (2007). The Costs and Benefits of Nurse Turnover: A Business Case for Nurse Retention. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 12(3).

Littlejohn, L., Campbell, J., Collins-McNeil, J. & Khayile, T. (2012). Nursing Shortage: A Comparative Analysis. International Journal of Nursing, 1(1), 22-27.

Kruse, C.S. & Beane, A. (2018). Health Information Technology Continues to Show Positive Effect on Medical Outcomes: Systematic Review. J Med Internet Res, 20(2).

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Pro Death Penalty

Pages: 5 (1492 words) Sources: 4 Document Type:Essay Document #:585701

… committed. The death penalty is only issued for the most heinous of crimes, crimes against which the death penalty would seem lenient in comparison. Also, the death penalty can be considered a compassionate alternative to life in prison. Prison is not a good life, but repenting for ……

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ACLU (n.d.). The case against the death penalty. Retrieved from:  https://www.aclu.org/other/case-against-death-penalty 

The Code of Hammurabi. Trans. By L.W. King. Retrieved from:  https://avalon.law.yale.edu/ancient/hamframe.asp 

“Top 10 Pro & Con Arguments,” (2016). ProCon. Retrieved from:  https://deathpenalty.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=002000 

World Population Review (2019). Countries with death penalty 2019. Retrieved from:  http://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/countries-with-death-penalty/ 

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Chicago Public School System Issues

Pages: 4 (1328 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Essay Document #:89040340

...Comparison Chicago Public School (CPS) system is the most understaffed in Illinois, where throughout the state the average student to staff ratio is 11 to one. In the CPS system, it is 16 to one—16 students to every one teacher, and that is just going by averages (Sepeda-Miller, 2018). As Laraviere (2019) puts it, “the 20 most adequately staffed school districts in Illinois have 100 staff members for every 500 students.” Yet in CPS, it is just 29 staff for every 500 students (Laraviere, 2019)—which means when compared to the best that Illinois has to offer, Chicago looks like the worst. That is a serious shame for a city and school system that should be recognized and hailed as the state’s top district. Instead, the reality is that there is no maximum limit on classroom size in the CPS system (Guerrero, 2019), and some classes can grow much larger than already……

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Blatchford, P., & Russell, A. (2019). Class size, grouping practices and classroom management. International Journal of Educational Research, 96, 154-163.

Guerrero, M. (2019). Understaffed and overcrowded: Chicago teachers on strike. Retrieved from  https://depauliaonline.com/43619/news/understaffed-and-overcrowded-chicago-teachers-on-strike/ 

Laraviere, T. (2019). Is the teachers' union demanding enough? Retrieved from  https://www.chicagobusiness.com/opinion/teachers-union-demanding-enough 

Leone, H. (2019). Chicago Public Schools’ enrollment drops another 6,000 students, extending long downward trend. Retrieved from  https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-cps-chicago-public-schools-enrollment-decline-20191108-u7qkibaptnb7ljyob3frclgldy-story.html 

Sepeda-Miller. (2018). Is CPS the most understaffed district in Illinois? Retrieved from  https://www.politifact.com/illinois/statements/2018/jun/21/troy-laraviere/cps-most-understaffed-district-illinois/ 

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Walmart And Starbucks Sustainability

Pages: 10 (2956 words) Sources: 15 Document Type:Essay Document #:82035570

...Comparison Sustainability
Literature Review
The Starbucks' Social Responsibility & Sustainability (2017) outlines the company's plan for each on several fronts. These are complex issues, and they receive some complexity in their treatment. Starbucks has four main areas of focus: community, ethical sourcing, environment, and diversity. Roughly, community and diversity would fall into the category of social responsibility, as these cover community service, youth action, the Starbucks Foundation, the Ethos Water Fund, and the company's diversity plan. On the sustainability front, there is the ethics of coffee, tea, cocoa and farmer support and this combines with water, energy, green building and climate change. The company's marketing of its approach contains a lot of high level discussion, but there are opportunities to take a deeper dive into specific initiatives and metrics. A lot of what Starbucks does with its approach focuses on things that matter most to the company (its supply chain, for……

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Aguilera, R, Rupp, D., Williams, C. & Ganapathi, J. (2005) Putting the S back in corporate social responsibility: A multi-level theory of social change in organizations. Academy of Management Review. (2005). Retrieved November 4, 2017 from  https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/1768/TS_Aguilera.pdf?sequence=2&isAllowed=y 

Banerjee, S. (2008) Corporate social responsibility: the good, bad and the ugly. Critical Sociology. Vol. 34 (1)

Blowfield, M., Frynas, J. (2005) Editorial setting new agendas: Critical perspectives on corporate social responsibility in the developing world. International Affairs. Vol. 81 (3) 499-513.

Brammer, S., Jackson, G. & Matten, D. (2012). Corporate social responsibility and institutional theory: New perspectives on private governance. Socio-Economic Review. Vol. 10 (2012) 3-28.

Campbell, J. (2007) Why would corporations behave in socially responsible ways? An institutional theory of corporate social responsibility The Academy of Management Review. Vol. 32 (3) 946-967.

Epstein, E. (1987) The corporate social policy process: Beyond business ethics, corporate social responsibility, and corporate social responsiveness. California Management Review. Vol. 29 (3) 99.

Friedman, M. (1970) The social responsibility of business is to increase its profits. New York Times Magazine. Retrieved November 4, 2017 from https://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/libertarians/issues/friedman-soc-resp-business.html

Heningway, C. & Maclagan, P. (2004) Managers' personal values as drivers of corporate social responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 50 (1) 33-44.

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