The Dramatic Monologue

Theme/Topic: The destructive nature of getting justified by the society. This is evident from the incidences that seem to turn out as many youths tend to follow what the society justifies to be right. Throughout her entire life, she urged the youths of their independence. However, they seemed to despise her words and stuck to the norms of the society. The climax of the story is when death occurs. ‘It hurts me. Not because I’m dead. I wanted them to understand that it’s really a matter of questioning those meaningful worlds as to their credibility for themselves.’ According to the happenings that had unfolded, the only resolution that seems to…
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Use of Police force

Use of Police force Information about the case Kathryn Johnson’s case focuses on highlighting some of the atrocities committed by the police officers in Atlanta. The lawsuit identifies three cops based in Atlanta attempting to cover up failed substance raid that saw a 92-year-old woman killed in her house. The invasion was mainly based on fallacious information alleging the presence of illegal drugs at Johnston’s house. The case highlights corruption amongst the Atlanta Police department as the officers thought that the end justifies the means hence their decision on taking shortcuts and lying. The officers mainly entered her house without warning which saw her fire at them with a handgun.…
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Emergency Management

Question One: Emergency management comprise of four phases namely: mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. At the local level, the local government assists in the emergency situations within their locality and can seek for help from the state if the emergency is out of their control.  Local government identify hazards within the locally and their potential risk to the people. They also ascertain of the people’s capacity to mitigate in emergencies, their preparedness, response and recovery. The local government ensures that their citizens are safe from hazards by putting in plans and adequate resources to deal with disasters or emergencies. This is carried out by way of mitigation measures; disaster preparedness;…
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American and Work

By 1960, only 20 percent of the mothers in the United States worked, but the number has increased presently since 70 percent of children in America stay in homesteads where both parents are working (Miller n.p).  Working during the preindustrial America was not persistent since the agriculture job was seasonal but hectic during harvesting and planting although more relaxed in winter.  However, the changing demands because of varied accessibility of materials, seasons, poor communication and transportation took part in interrupting the steadiness of work (Hill n.p).  Nevertheless, the work ethic during the preindustrial time did not demand for stop regularity which was introduced by the times of machines. Moreover, studies…
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Textual Analysis Macbeth

Textual Analysis Macbeth Introduction Macbeth is a tragedy play that demonstrates psychological as well as physical effects of ambitious actions taken by those who yearn for political power (Alker and Nelson 380). The play’s characters demonstrate various needs that drive their actions and what motivates them to proceed or regress down the Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs pyramid. In his theory, Maslow states that individual’s motivation relies on their seeking of fulfillment and the need for transformation through personal growth (Lester 15). Lowest in Maslow’s needs pyramid is the need for basic needs. Subsequently, peoples’ needs rise through the requirements for safety, love and belonging and self-esteem to self-actualization. In…
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Alabanza

The poem Alabanza by Martin Espada was primarily done to commemorate the 43 members of Local100 who perished after the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers. “Alabanza” is the Spanish term for praise. In this poem, Espada memorializes the various members of the waitstaff and kitchen, describing at different times their physical appearances, labor, home cultures and the delicate beauty of their human experience. Normally, texts tend to dwell on the key individuals like soldiers and firefighters. However, Espada focused on the people who are usually not recognized in such incidents. He strives to illustrate that the lower people are also vital to the society. He keeps these individuals together…
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Terry Schiavo Case

The Terry Schiavo case was very publicized both on local and national platforms. It is evident that in the course of the numerous discussions that were carried out regarding Terry’s case the issue was no longer about her but the question on who has the final say on a bed-ridden person in a vegetative state. This essay will focus on the bone of contention that arose in the case of Terry Schiavo, whether it is ethical or moral to prolong life in such scenarios. In Terry Schiavo case, the question of the moral or ethical thing to do was a very controversial issue. The problem surrounded the determination of the…
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Sociology Essay

Sociology Essay Technology is one of the most prominent drivers of change in the society. Hence the study will consider specific aspects of technology in relations to economic opportunities, social interaction, human connection and effect of technology on a service driven economy. The concept of technology has modified our existence, and it has been accredited for the role of the provision of immense economic opportunities. This is based on the fact that the use of technology has been adopted in almost all human's fields of endeavor. However, there is need note that technology has not flattened the world regarding providing economic opportunity. This is based on the fact the countries…
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DEFORESTATION IN TROPICAL RAINFOREST

DEFORESTATION IN TROPICAL RAINFOREST Abstract The earth was covered by 14.8 billion of acres of forest 8,000 years ago, now only 8.6 billion acres remain due to deforestation. As a result of human exploitation, high rates of deforestation occurred during the last 50 years. Recently, the major causes of deforestation include agriculture (64%), logging industries (18%), fuel wood collection (10%), and ranching (8%) . Although deforestation meets some human needs, it also has several consequences. Research has shown that two-thirds of Central America's lowland rainforests have been turned to pasture areas for raising beef cattle since 1950, over 80% of world's tropical rainforests have been degraded by logging, agricultural processes…
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“The Future Is Now” by Katherine Anne Porter

"The Future Is Now" is an essay written in the 1950s a period of fear and uncertainty because of the over-arching shadow of atomic bombs. The essay was written to present reasons to be progressive and have a new perspective to view destiny. During the time it was written, the people’s view of the world was shaped by mutually assured destruction. At the time of writing "The Future Is Now" Katherine Anne Porter was in her middle age years which made her to be already used to the geopolitical warfare threats that existed during this period. In this essay, despite Porter having experienced two world wars, she brings to the…
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