Ethics Article review

Name Professor Course Date Ethics The article is on a five-year girl who has an incurable disease, and the issue is whether her parents should respect her decision not to take her hospital, let her die and go to heaven. The disease is known as Charcot Marie Tooth disease. She tells her parents that she would rather go to heaven rather than spend any extra day in the hospital. This story about Julianne leaves a lot of ethical questions; does her age affect her ability to make a decision? Is it right to follow her will not to go to the hospital? Allowing one to terminate life at their command has always raised ethical questions especially under circumstances such as; whether in a case where one...

Creativity and Energy Make Berlin

Creativity and Energy Make Berlin Introduction Berlin City has more to its accolades than the German capital city. According to the research studies carried out by Berlin Investment Bank and IFO, Berlin is poised for greatness through the multiplication of its energy and creativity. In the city, employment is rising after getting a boost from the expanding service sector. The fashion industry, receiving support from tourism and information technology services has brightened up the prospects of Berlin’s businesses. Contemporary Rise of Berlin Berlin provides the all-important start-up center for small and medium businesses more than any other city across Europe. The incubation explains the reason...

Theaters in the Roman Empire

Name: Instructor’s name: Course: Date Theaters in the Roman Empire Critical Review The article, authored by Mary T. Boatwright discusses how important theaters were to the Romans. Theatres served as both religious and secular structures and “were an important means of disseminating Roman culture and ideas” (Pg.185).They were viewed as important to any self-respecting city. The theaters were used for both political and social reasons. Boatwright in her article states that most of the events held in the theaters were sponsored by the Roman emperor, province governor, or other imperial dignitaries. More importantly the events were sponsored by local notables, civic organizations and private...

Effectiveness of manual palpation of uterine activity

Brief review Maternal pelvis, the contractility of the uterus, and factors related to the fetus that lead to a failure in the progress of labor. Protracted labor is most of the time as a result of inefficient uterine contraction that can be managed pharmacologically. The estimation of the adequacy of the uterine power in preparation for labor is very vital, which can be achieved by conducting an evaluation of uterine contractions. The evaluation can be done traditionally by palpating for uterine contractions by an expert observer also by the use of medical technologies; it can be achieved by the application of the intrauterine pressure catheter. The research paper aimed to ascertain between the...

Chromecast streaming devices for speakers and television

Name: Instructor’s Name: Course: Date: Chromecast streaming devices for speakers and television The article, titled, Google Unveils New Devices to Connect Smartphone and TV, was published by Conor Dougherty in the New York Times on the 29th day of September, 2015. The article discusses two new devices launched by Google. One of the devices can be used to stream content between mobile phones and televisions. The device envisions to transform televisions into devices for accessing the internet, where channels are replaced by mobile applications, with the mobile phone being at the core of the technology. Google’s Chromecast transmits content directly from a mobile phone to a television...

hustle and flow

Name Teacher’s name Course Date Hustle and Flow. The article’s problem statement is whether if heat were visible, people would see constant frenzied motion. The type of research used for this problem statement is theoretical research. This type of research involves an approach to research that is nonempirical; the researcher goes through a myriad of related research articles such as published academic journals. On the other hand, a combination of quantitative as well as meta-analysis methodologies was used to draw up conclusions. Quantitative is a method that needs data that is quantifiable that involve statistical and numerical explanations. This method has clearly been utilized based on...

3 to 4 paragraph response to question from article by Amy Tan/Mother Tongue.

Name Instructor Task Date Response to Question from Article by Amy Tan/Mother Tongue Amy Tan’s Mother Tongue is about the about the different “Englishes’’ that exist in her world. While tan uses classification, she desists from identifying distinct categories. Instead, she sorts out the two classes of English without assigning them a label. The two “Englishes” are the English she learned at school and the “limited” or “broken” English, which she uses to communicate with those around her, particularly her mother and her husband. The various “Englishes” are important to Tan in the sense that they help her paint her life as a non-native speaker. As she vividly recounts,...

About the immigration

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Number Date Article Review on Immigration Various situations lead to people immigrating. It may be due to war, political struggle, poverty, hunger or any significant or natural calamity affecting an individual nation leading to its citizens immigrating to foreign countries. However, there are immigration policies. According to The National Immigration Forum (2015), immigration policies in one way or the other affects all the aspects of the society. Immigrants play a vital role in the life and growth of various nations involved in immigration. They contribute $10 billion annually to the United States country’s economic growth. For instance, on...

Space, scale and languages: identity construction of cross-boundary students in a multilingual university in Hong Kong

Education Name: Institution: Introduction The article to be reviewed is titled “Space, scale and languages: identity construction of cross-boundary students in a multilingual university in Hong Kong”, and was written by Mingyue Michelle Gu and Ho Kin Tong. The article draws on the ideas of scale and space while investigating identity construction among a group of mainland Chinese cross-boundary students. The authors accomplish this by exploring their choices of language and linguistic characteristics in a multilingual university locate in Hong Kong. The authors endeavor to explain how the movements by these students across spaces produced differing index values concerning languages and...

Using state assesments

USING STATES ASSESMENTS NAME INSTITUTION Regardless of the United States, having the fastest growth of public schools with ELLS is not a guarantee that they dominate the performance in school. According to Eschevaria (2008) majority of the students enrolled in national public schools from diverse and linguistically diverse setups have fallen behind Caucasian students in terms academic mastery. This is not true because all students have equal opportunities when it comes to education. Eschavaria (2008) is trying to look down upon the students who do not use English as their first language. He is trying to show that they cannot fit and perform well in school as compared to the ELLS who...