What About the Children

ENG 102
Formal Essay II (Rogerian)
What About the Children Marriage is between two people who have decided to make a lifetime commitment to their partner. During their marriage, some people choose to have children. What happens to those children if the marriage does not work out? Divorce can and does impact children. Will it impact them in a negative manner? Is it a better option to stay in the relationship for the sake of the children? There are many pros and cons to both scenarios.
First, we need to look at some of the research involving the effect of divorce on children. Children whose parents chose to divorce while they were young have a harder time establishing a close relationship with their parents later in life. R. Chris Fraley, associate professor at the University of Illinois, said, “A person who has a secure relationship with a parent is more likely than someone who is insecure to feel that they can trust the parent. Such a person is more comfortable depending on the parent and is confident that parent will be psychologically available when needed.” Children tend to think their parents can solve any problem and have a hard time understanding why they cannot work through their issues and remain together. Desai says more than thirty years of research continues to show us the effects that divorce has on children. Children from divorced homes suffer academically, have a higher level of behavioral issues, and are more likely to be incarcerated for committing a crime as a juvenile. Children are also five times more likely to live in poverty due to the custodial parent’s income dropping substantially. Psychologist Judith Wallerstein followed a group of children of divorce from the 1970’s into the 1990’s. She concluded that even after twenty-five years, “children continued to experience expectations of failure, fear of loss, fear of change, and fear of conflict.” Children of divorce tend to have premarital sex or live with someone before…


The similarities between Shooting an Elephant by Orwell and Salvation by Hughes are that both men were obligated to do something that was against their belief by the pressure of other people. Mr. Orwell felt hated by the people he policed and Mr. Hughes felt in a similar way if he does not get saved his aunt and the whole church will hate him. There is a similar lusting by both men to stay accepted by the people that they are around. Mr. Orwell had to shoot the elephant for which he knew it was not the right thing to do but by the pressure of the people, he did it. Mr. Hughes felt he had to lie and say that he was saved, just to get out of the position he’s in.
Knowing the right thing and doing something against it took a toll on the both men. Mr Orwell felt ashamed of what he had done and could not stand being around the chaos he had caused, not knowing the feeling after pleasing the villagers he will feel even much more alone and the feeling of being accepted does not even matter. At the end of everything he justified himself by saying he legally did the right thing.
Being ashamed and then feeling regret is more harsh than just letting people down as Mr. Hughes lay there crying his distrust away, having his love ones think different of him, that he is saved. Having to be stuck in a situation that it makes you sweat and feeling uncomfortable is too hard for him, so the easiest way out was to disregard everyone’s trust as well as his own
One of the differences to me was the age and maturity level of the men in both stories. Also Mr. Orwell was just seeking approval of the people around him while Mr. Hughes just wanted to find Jesus.

NT 2580 IT Security Lab 7 Window Encryption

NT 2580 IT Security
Lab 7 Window Encryption1. Which key do you provide anyone you want to encrypt messages with private keys or bothI would say that if you are trying to encrypt a message that you want to send to someone you would send them the private key and public.
2. What does GPG allow you to do once it is installedEnables you to encrypt and sign your data and communications. Includes a key management system as well as access modules for all kind of public key directories.
3. Name two different types of encryption supported by GPG for your key.
Public and Private
4. What happens when you sign and trust a new key on your keychainA new key is created to include the private and public key based on how the new key was created.
5. If a user sends you a public key will he be able to decrypt your encrypted messages once you import and sign his keyBoth the sender and receiver must to have each other private keys in order to be able to encrypt and decrypt all messages.
6. What are the similarities between an MD5 hash and a fingerprintThey are both specific techniques to authenticate someone.7. How would you encrypt a webserver and the pages it serves up?
By using SSL to encrypt all web traffic8. Why is hashing all database inputs not considered encryption of a database? What value does hashing database entries from server to clientHashing the input entries is not considered encryption because the data in the database is still readable. Hash appends to the data as the fingerprint ensuring data integrity is still there.
9. Where would you remove a user’s certificate from being able to access systems on you networkWithin the Certificate authority server, as well as putting an entry of the users revocation of the certificate in the Certificate Revocation List (CRL).
10. Which connection type is secure and which is a clear text between SSH, telnet and FTPNeither telnet nor ftp is secure because they both transmit data I.E…

My Self

Good morning sir/madam.
First of all I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity to introduce myself.
My self am Sudha Modi, belongs to a small but a very beautiful village now turned city Bhayandar from Maharashtra.
About my family.There are 5 members in my family.
Since childhood I am under surveillance of my elders.Main thing I learned from my childhood is to be disciplined and give importance to time.As my grandfather is very strict to it, he always tried to make me learn something but in childish way, like making me hear spiritual thoughts and stories.Coming to my father,His name is Shri. Vinod Modi.He is a manager and very strict whenever it comes to study as he thinks which is also true that education can lead to solve any problem and for him, education comes first.I had often got beaten whenever I was not serious about studies.But, my mother is a religious one and she is a homemaker.Her name is Smt. Chameli Modi.
My rolemodel is my mother because with her I share my every happiness and problem and she give my right suggestion and a direction to all.
I have One Elder Brother studying B.Sc.IT .
Coming to my academics,
I did my Primary School education in Our Lady Of Vailankanni High School from Bhayandar in Maharashtra.Now I am pursuing my High School education from Our Lady Of Vailankanni High School & Jr. College.Besides these skills I am a good learner, good time manager and sincere to my work.
Since childhood, I was bright student so everyone had great expectation from me.But, as time passed my brilliance remained but only inside. I became furious as day passed.Whenever I did wrong, and if someone pointed it out, I always became angry.That was my adolescence age, and I couldn’t manage it ending up as a average student.After my family this was the only place where I learned to sustain, to participate and to face any problem.Teachers there were very co-operative….

Sodium Benzoate Cell culture personal notes and procedures

Cell culture materials such as HBSS, L-Glutamine, 0.05% trypsin, and DMEM/F-12 were purchased from Invitrogen and fetal bovine serum (FBS) was obtained from Atlas Biologicals. All other molecular biology chemicals were purchased from Sigma. NaB, was acquired from Sigma. Human Neuroblastoma. Sh-SY5Y modification were obtained from Sigma, and were prepared as followed (9,10). The Institutional Review Board of the Rush University Medical Center approved all experimental protocols. About, 8-15 week-old culture cells were used, and had confluent growth on 24 wells and treatment for different time frames to create a greater resolution of RNA production based on time. Treatment dilutions of NaB and cinnamic acid. Time treatments intervals and varying concentrations were used for NaB and cinnamic acid. For NaB concentrations we used a control of zero concentration then 50µM, 100µM, 150µM, and 200µM; and time treatment of 30 min, 60min, 120min, 180min, and 240min with 100µM NaB concentration. For cinnamic acid concentrations we used a control of zero
concentration then 50µM, 100µM, 200µM, 300µM, and 500µM; and time treatment of30 min, 60min, 120min, 180min, and 240min with 300 µM cinnamic acid.RT-PCR and real time qPCR. RNA from neuroblastomas were isolated using Qiagen RNA-Easy kit and their protocol’s were used. cDNA was then synthesized using dNTP, 0.1M DTT, oligo-dT, RNaseOUT, M-MLV RT, and 5x FS Buffer all from Invitrogen which was then amplified with Promega’s PCR Master Mix with the primers from Invitrogen.CREB, (antisense) 5?-TGC CAA GCC AGT CCA TTC TCC AC-3?; (sense) 5?-TGC AGC TGC CAC TCA GCC GGG-3?.BDNF, (antisense) 5?TGT CAC ACA CGC TCA GCT CCC C-3; (sense) 5?-AGG CAA CTT GGC CTA CCC AGG TGT G-3?,NT-3, (antisense) 5?-GTC ATC AAT CCC CCT GCA ACC GTT T -3?; (sense) 5?-GAG…


How is Criminology Similar to a Science? How is Criminology Different from a ScienceIntroduction The purpose of this paper is to explain the elements and characteristics that explain how criminology is similar to other sciences such as biology, chemistry and physics and more. This paper will also distinguish the differences and limitations of how criminology cannot be considered a true science such as chemistry, physic and biology. Before I begin to compare and contrast, I will first express exactly what criminology is and the job that being a criminologist entails, as well as define what is a science and what scientist do. Many have no idea what criminology mean. Criminology is the study of crime although it lengthens to a lot more. Everyone that studies the subject has a different perspective of the definition of criminology and crime. Criminology is also the analysis of the nature of crime, the offenders of crime, the causes of crime, the formulation of criminal laws and law enforcement, and the ways that crime can be controlled. Criminology is relevant every day in the society that we live in as crime is not planned, nor predicted, and occurs frequently. Newspapers are globally filled with articles about crimes of all sorts of causes and fatalities that require investigation. Scholarly journals and studies are frequently released; expressing keys ideas of criminology that help portray an understanding of criminology at an academic level. Having specialized knowledge in crime is critical in society to ensure that crime is dealt with in the right way in order to prevent further convictions from happening. The primary job of a criminologist is to study and analyze human behavior with the ultimate goal of helping to reduce crime. He or she studies crime, criminals and the effectiveness of the criminal justice system. Crime is studied through a variety of academic lenses, including sociology and psychology, and at both the micro and…

Sociological Tour

Sociological Tour of Indianapolis
There are many different places that one calls “home”. A certain person may consider the hospital where they spend countless hours of work home, whereas others may consider home the place where they spent their childhood. My home is a ranch-style house in southeastern Indiana that sits on 97 acres. It is where I spent the majority of my life growing up. My home is in Jennings County, Indiana. Jennings County is a small rural county with a population of roughly 28,500 people. The area consists of beautiful landscapes and a great deal of farmland. We have one main strip of fast food restaurants and a small Walmart. Jennings County does not have much diversity; 97.6 % of the county is made up of Whites.
Coming to school in Indianapolis was very contrasting from the home I was used to. Not only was I introduced to a big cultural difference, but also diverse infrastructure and industry. Although I was aware of some of these differences, this knowledge was only minimal compared to what I discovered by participating in the sociological tour of Indianapolis. The tour not only allowed me to really observe in detail the many differences from my hometown, but also the various differences within Indianapolis itself.
I started the Indianapolis tour as the sun was setting on a nice Saturday evening. The tour began by starting on IUPUI’s campus. We proceeded to turn left on Meridian. The beginning of Meridian consisted of nice big buildings that branch off from downtown. However, after driving through St. Claire there was a turning point. The sidewalks were much smaller and there was less up-keep to them. There were many businesses clumped together in a small space. Behind these businesses, you could see small neighborhoods comprised of old small homes. A various assortment of cars were parked on the street which we were driving on. Once 30th Street was met, big apartment buildings took the place of the businesses that lined the street…

Hey Yoyyoy

Q1) Define auditing and explain the advantages of auditing.
The general definition of an audit is a planned and documented activity performed by qualified personnel to determine by investigation, examination, or evaluation of objective evidence, the adequacy and compliance with established procedures, or applicable documents, and the effectiveness of implementation. The term may refer to audits in accounting, internal controls, quality management, project management, water management, and energy conservation.
Auditing is defined as a systematic and independent examination of data, statements, records, operations and performances (financial or otherwise) of an enterprise for a stated purpose. In any auditing the auditor perceives and recognizes the propositions before him for examination, collects evidence, evaluates the same and on this basis formulates his judgment which is communicated through his audit report.
It is compulsory for all the organizations registered under the companies act must be audited. There are advantages in auditing the accounts even when there is no legal obligation for doing so. Some of the advantages are listed below:
1. Audit Helps To Detect And Prevent Errors And Frauds
An auditor’s main duty is to detect errors and frauds, preventing such errors and frauds and taking care to avoid such frauds. Thus, even though all organizations do not have compulsion to audit, they make audit of all the books of accounts.
2. Audit Helps To Maintain Account Regularly
An auditor raises questions if accounts are not maintained properly. So, audit gives moral pressure on maintaining accounts regularly. 3. Audit Helps To Get Compensation
If there is any loss in the property of business, insurance company provides compensation on the basis of audited statement of valuation made my the auditor. So, it helps to get compensation.
4. Audit Helps To Obtain Loan
Specially financial…

Poetry in Ancient Chinese and Japanese Literature

World Literature
June 30, 2013
Poetry and its impact on ancient China and Japan
Ancient China and Japan were both alike and different. Though it may sound like an oxymoron, the development of cultural and spiritual philosophies in China and Japan impacted the way people thought and contributed to the way literature was written and stylized. The literatures behind both these cultures are the basis on which they are structured. Despite being neighboring nations, China and Japan differed on their world views and approaches to the community versus the individual. As a result, Chinese literature focused away from the author while Japanese literature took pride in authorship and credit. It was not until later, after the rise of Daoism and Buddhism, that Chinese culture shifted its focus from the community to the individual. Japan based its cultural focus upon the Classics reworked and held its own separate world view. Both cultures focused on Enlightenment and “The Way” but Chinese culture believed that the community should come first whereas the Japanese believed that by perfecting the individual, society would benefit. However, poetry in both cultures visited topics from politics to daily life, catching glimpses into society. Both Chinese and Japanese society strived to improve their civilizations but ultimately, went about this in diverse ways. In both cultures, literature was written to capture essences of nature, societal ideals, and memories and emotions.
In China, the ruling dynasties were seen as they were given divine power. Each new dynasty meant conquest of a former empire and a shift in power. Justification for claim to power came from “heaven” or the “Mandate of Heaven”. When one dynasty gave way to a new ruling family, they were seen as “sons of Heaven” who were given this power and were worthy; this became each dynasty’s claim to fame. The Classics of Poetry, one of the oldest collections of literature, convey the history and society of the…

My Paper

Peter Singer has some wild views in my opinion on famine, affluence and morality. I don’t honestly agree with a lot of his views. Some of the points he had made sense and I could agree partially but he seems a bit extreme. Throughout this paper I will do the tasks given to me and explain why I don’t agree with all of his views. I will also explain in detail and give support from outside sources backing up my work.
I believe Singers goal in this essay is to let people know from his point of view what would be considered morally wrong for the rich to do to the poor.  Such as people or societies are obligated to donate more and more resources to humanitarian causes than they are. He supports his argument by saying if you are able to help someone no matter the distance, then you are morally obligated to do so. He also says if you do not then the death of the individual or society is your fault for not doing what you were obligated to do.
Counter Arguments:
I do not believe that it is all of the other countries responsibility to help a country out because they are in need. Do I think it is nice to do so? Yes. Although I don’t think they should have to or be looked down upon when they don’t. I believe that countries should be happy with any and all help they get. Even if it’s not as much as could have been given. The country in need is not priority in my eyes, my country would be first. Singer I don’t think he sees it that way. The implication is that the British government values a supersonic transport more than thirty times as highly as it values the lives of the nine million refugees (Singer 1972). Just to add, this is what I mean by a country should make sure its people are in order before other countries. As in a countries debt should be paid before gaining more debt by helping others in need.
I don’t think I should have to feel obligated to help people in need. I have got to where I am today by helping myself. (This is only a counter argument, I do not…