The myth of American Outlaw

Reform associations proliferated in the United States of America in the late eighteenth and the early nineteenth centuries. These reforms addressed various issues such as abolition of slavery, reform of vegetarianism, phonetic spelling and seamen. The social protests often seemed to be outbursts that were short lived which were mounted by loosely groups that were connected and regionally rooted while emphasizing on demands that were local (King and Haveman 497). However, after a period of time, social protests became sustained, organized formerly, transcended into the neighborhoods and based their target at a distant. Their existed several social movements in America such as the antislavery societies, women’s rights association and temperate unions whose initiative was to forge extensive unions that resulted to  the development of nationwide network of reformers , thus  resulting to establishment of routines that were flexible and helped in facilitating sustained protest and mobilization. The most influential social movement was the one titled anti-slavery movement which was triggered by the development of media.

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PHYSICAL ARGUMENT

This article touches on the assassination of John and his brother Bobby by Robert Kennedy the reigning Attorney General in the early 1960’s and his personal assistant John Seigenthaler Sr.  his assistant and pallbearer who for a brief time though to be involved in the assassination.  John Seigenthaler Sr. disputes the claim that he aided in Kennedy assassinations of both John and his brother Bobby. According to  Kirszner $ Mandell (2005), John Seigenthaler Sr. claimed that he had no idea who were behind the malicious information that appeared  under his name on the popular online encyclopedia for 132 days whose authors were unknown and hard to be traced. Infarct he had moved to the soviet in 1971, and returned to the United States in 1984 where he started one of the country’s largest public relations firm. He had for weeks heard from teachers, historians and journalist about Wikipedia where millions of people visited for quick references posted by people neither with expertise nor knowledge while others were malicious(2005,p323). In addition to that, the executives of the of three websites (Reference.com, answer.com and Wikipedia) responsible for the false content removed the false facts while two of them(reference.com and answers.com) were not keen on knowing whether the content published was true or false as their computers were not programmed to checking whether the information copied was factual or false.  John Seigenthaler Sr. made efforts to confirm the claims were not factual by sending email to a company that advertised phone numbers in order to report abuse issues so that he could unmask his biographer and let many people know that Wikipedia was a flawed and irresponsible research tool. Fortunately his mails were answered by identical form letters, promising him that the company would conduct an investigation and the results kept confidential or availed to him.(2005, p329). After three weeks wait, he was not able to get feed back from the abuse investigations and the only option was to file a law suit against his biographer and this was going to be an uphill task as the major Communications Internet Companies were bound to protect the identity of their customers and online corporations as stated by federal private laws. Also section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, passed in 1996 (2005, p330), states that “no any provider or user of any interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker.” thus confirming that no online service providers could be sued for issuing attacks on citizens.

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CASE STUDY: BLACKBERRY HILL FARM

(From: Slack et al (2013), Operations Management, 7th Edition, pp354-358)
The assessment requires students to explore issues of capacity and demand and conflicting organisational priorities.
Based on the case study answer the following questions:
1.Summarise how the overall objectives of the business impact on the capacity management of the various parts of the farm.
(500 words max)
2.To what extent could the three strategies of level capacity, chase demand and manage demand be used in each of the attractions?
(1500 words max)
3.What are the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed new ventures (school room versus the maize maze)?
(1000 words max)

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Mandatory Retirement at the Age of 60. Is It Right?

Nobody ever wants to think of retirement. First and for most, to some people, retirement means goodbye to ones earnings. This takes a huge toll especially on those who consider themselves to be earning well. For others, it is a huge loss as it marks an end to their passion; what they love to do that they would be willing to do it for no pay.  What really does retirement mean? In some cases, people retire out of their own volition. No coercion is needed to get them out of ‘power’. They look at it as a time to take a break and enjoy the fruit of their labor. Nevertheless, some people are ‘forced into retirement. This is known as mandatory retirement. Mandatory retirement is a provision given by the law or industrial custom for specific job descriptions. One then asks, “Why is such a provision given for specific job types and for what reasons?”

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Online learning

write about online learning:
– Introduction and conclusion
– what does it mean?
– some facts of using online courses in canada
– why do we need online learning and what disciplines be effective with online learning ?
– the advantages and disadvantages and turn the disadvantages into advantages (solution)?
-How teachers can assess their online course Quality?
Please write 4 pages long.
write subtile to make it organized
you can add something if its important for online learning

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