USA has about 50 States and Washington State is one of the fifty states in USA having 12th largest population, and Whatcom County is country located in Washington State. It has been abundantly bestowed with natural resources and excellent topography, which supports agriculture and other industries. Due to recent trend of migration, many racial ethnic minorities have moved in this state and they have developed a unique set of culture. It holds great importance due to presence of Pacific Ocean and many Rivers.
Whatcom County has a total area of 6,485 km2 of which 5,500 km2 is land and 995 km2 is water which makes up of 15.34% of total area.There are five main ethnic groups that reside in Whatcom County including, whites, Latino/Hispanic, Asians, Pacific Islanders, African Americans and Native Americans(http://www.pascenter.org). The population density of Whatcom County comprises of 79 people per square mile. The racial ethnic population comprises of 88.4% of White people, African American people comprises of 0.69% of total population of Whatcom County , Native American or Latin American comprises of 2.82% of total population, 2.78% are Asian where 0.14% are Islander, further, according to survey of 2000 Hispanic or Latino’s ethnic population comprises of 15.5%,German 9%, Englishmen 8.2% and other races makes up 2.66% of the total population. A household median income in the county is $40,005, and the median income for a family was $49,325. The per capita income of Whatcom County is $20,025. Almost 7.8% of the families which makes 14.20% of the total population lives below the poverty line (http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/morning_call/2012/11/washington-state-13th-highest-median.html)…
The baby boomer generation is an age group of men and women who were born between the years 1946 and 1964. “Baby boom” ideally characterizes a time when there was a significant increase in the delivery of children after the Second World War. In addition, this generation characterizes a cultural perspective within the American society. They were born in an ideal environment that promoted the American dream.
Current State of Healthcare in the United States In Relation To Baby Boomers
Congress approved extensive laws to repair health care in the United States. Healthcare in the United States works in accordance with certain motives. The legal criteria establish the aim of health care as excellent care, not care as a universal amount or economy (Lingaraju & Ashburn, 2013, p. 266). Judges concentrate on quality regardless of cost, and the court’s priority is not an expense. Instead, today’s court focuses on whether the defendant practitioner meets the criteria of health care or not. The health care framework in the United States currently offers costly but excellent care (Lingaraju & Ashburn, 2013, p. 266). The legal system describes the level of care as the health care that a typical practitioner would deliver under similar conditions. Ninety-one percent of doctors confess to sensitively working towards unnecessary care. As a result, the legal care criteria constitute of unnecessary health care….
Procurement is the process of making acquisition for goods and services from an external source to the company. Companies and organizations procure the services of external organization whenever need arises. Different types of contracts exist, and the choices made by an organization depend on the nature of the services that they want procured. Contracts differ based on the cost, timeline and technicalities. This explains the existence of the different types of contracts. These types include lump sum or firm fixed price contract, retainer/contingency contract and indefinite delivery contract.
Acquisition success is the complete award of a contract without any protests witnessed among any of the participants. However, the company needs a clear planning in order for them to achieve the desires of the contracts and their capabilities as outlined in the request for proposal. Therefore, Planning is highly significant in order to succeed in the case of IDE technical support acquisition tender. Prior to releasing of the request for proposal document, the company should have a pre-market survey to enable them have a clear work plan that is in line with the current market conditions. This creates an opportunity for accessing the risks and opportunities that this contract offers and how to counter these risks without making a loss (US Department of States, 2011)….
Risk Management Plan brings into perspective the significant role that security plays in the livelihoods of people across the globe. It particularly assesses the power of art as a form of investment for a country. The market has a unique design that gives prospective investors in the industry the urge and opportunity to learn more about risks and ways of enhancing investment into the rapidly growing industry. A comprehensive research concerning the expected benefits and probable challenges is critical to the realization of the fortunes of investors in the markets.
Knowledge about the global market for an investor in art industry is fundamental to every investor around the world irrespective of gender, race, language or nationality. A survey of the market shall not only take into account the vicissitudes of the international arts market but also examine market history, buying patterns and the projected trend in the future for many countries worldwide. Risk Management Plan provides more long-term returns as compared to many other investments. In addition, it has an attractive risk as well as return profile. Investors in this rapidly growing industry must consider all the advantages and disadvantages that come along with investment in art markets.
Economic impact or implications on the other hand adopts and implements a broader perspective in relation to the general economy of the host country. This relates to the examination of the possible economic objectives in relation to transformation of the GDP performance, reduction of unemployment rate, and attraction of relevant investment in the context of the host nations across the globe. The organization and execution of the event might be too expensive to generate economic rents thus deterioration of the situation through activities such as transformation of huge events to form ‘white elephants’ projects. These projects might jeopardize the economic growth and development of the host nations after the conclusion of the event through overcrowding the growth and development plan….
Every organization has its own serene environment where it conducts the day to day operations of the company regardless of the products it manufactures. For instance, from the research it is indeed evident that companies do have rules that govern their employee conducts and that of its management. For example, it is evident that every workplace has different emotions and attitudes amongst their workers and customers. The presence of emotional effects poses a threat to behaviors of individuals within the organization. This is because various people within the organization have different attitudes towards certain conditions. Considerable emotions in the place of work assists employees in getting favorable results inclusive of achievement, enrichment of jobs and a considerable quality of social context.
Inconsiderable emotions while in the workplace (for example anger, fear, hostility, stress, guilt and sadness), however, escalate the deviance of the workplace predictability together with the manner in which the external world perceives the organization. Emotions are normally connected with certain occurrences or events and have enough strength to interfere with the process of thinking. On the other side, moods are more intensely “states or feelings” which are generalized and are typically not concerned with a certain stimulus. On top of that, they are not satisfactorily strong to influence the process of thinking. There can be a lot of results for permitting inconsiderable emotions to impact on a person’s general attitude or work performance. …
Various disabilities in the world include physical, cognitive and mental disabilities. Physical disabilities may be congenital, amputation, and other sclerosis. Amputation involves removal of injured body parts. The body part may be removed due to trauma, surgery or prolonged condition. It may occur as an injury after war or accident and unlike some animals that can grow their body parts back such as starfish, human parts do not grow back once they are removed. In US, most of the amputations today occur due to vascular systems complications caused by diseases such as diabetes. This may result from an injury or a planned surgery for preventing the spread of a disease on the hand or other parts of the body.
Some of the amputated parts, for example, legs may be attached back into the body. Pinzur et al. (1667-1671) describes that an amputation occurs when the surgeon needs to remove the injured parts of the body. Before the surgery, the doctor examines the damage to the other part of the body. The area removed depends on the amount of damage. The surgeon closes the part to be amputated using skin and tendon from other parts of the body. …
The article by Sweeney and Gorner entitled “Teen Parolee Charged with Killing Chicago Cop, Former Cha Officer”, ‘The Devil in the White City’ by Larson, and “For the Thrill of It” by Baatz Simon introduces a picture of the city of Chicago, and the criminal acts that are associated with it defining the characteristics of a personality in Chicago. The common point that the three articles share is crime in the context of taking human life and the city of Chicago as an environment that allows this act to define the characteristics of a personality. Larson talks about the history of crime in the city of Chicago by defining the surrounding factors that made it so easy for crime to be committed. The author talks about the thousand trains that come in and left the city bringing with them young women who were single and had never seen the city yet hoped to live in a big and tough city like Chicago calling it their home.
Larson describes Chicago by writing about the streets angling past gambling houses, bordellos, and bars, where vice thrived together with the indulgence of the officials. Describing the old Chicago trait, Larson mention Hecht’s description of how he perceived the city; “It was good or pleasant, in a certain way, to be aware that outside their windows, the devil was still capering in flare brimstone.” The surrounding of the streets in Chicago according to Larson describes death to come as often as unexpected to an extent that one could step out of a curb and lose his life or be killed. The deaths were as rampant as two people per day were, but this could not be recognized since other causes apart from killing also contributed. …
A marketing plan is a detailed, researched and written report that a business uses in order to outline the actions that should be taken to customers and clients and measures taken to persuade them to purchase the product. It communicates to the customers on the value of goods and services. Marketing personnel evaluate the results marketing decisions made in previous years and the market in which a business operates in order to make the right decisions .They also set goals that provide direction on how marketing should be carried out. Coca-Cola Company success has been attributed by a well structured marketing plan. Marketing plan prepared by the management determines how well it will exist in the market.
A brief discussion is made concerning an existing or new product of a business in the marketing plan. Product identification involves knowing the identity of a product from its source of production, raw materials used in production, work –in- progress, finished product storage and the delivery of the products to the customers. Identification of a product can be controlled through electronic and physical methods. Product decisions should include products brand name, quality, and scope of the product line, warranty and its mode of packaging. (Derek 45). …
Pre-Writing: Importance of music
Music emphasizes and ensures that facts and figures stick on one’s mind. Traditional settings in a bid to pass strong messages initially used music. In this context, music is well used by the children to learn lessons about life. It is so essential to enable fast understanding, and acts as a means that impact more in terms of knowledge to the receivers who are children.
Early education is embarked with its demerits and from music and its repetitive nature, important lessons about life are taught and learnt by the children themselves. The importance of Music can therefore never be over emphasized as it is the root of knowledge and music plays an important role in entertaining the minors and the juniors.
a) Importance of music
a) Aims of music
b) Main purpose
a. Music as a way to knowledge
b. Music and intelligence
c. Making of music
4. Music development
a. Learning process of a child about music
b. Music and young children
c. The difference between watching TV and listening to music
d. Music environment
e. Qualities of children at birth…
Observation: Chimpanzee vs White Cheeked Gibbon
An observation was conducted at Lincoln Park Zoo of two species of Apes. The observation was of Chimpanzee and White Cheeked Gibbon. All the observation took place in the morning when the species were active and very play full. The observation covered the characteristics of the species with their comparison and also their behaviors.
Characteristics of species one-Chimpanzee
Chimpanzees are classified under mammals in the order of primates. Their Latin name is Pan Troglodytes. They can reach up to 3 to 4 ½ feet in height and they weigh between 100 and 150 pounds. The male are heavier than the female. Baby chimpanzees seemed to way between 3 to 5 pounds. It was observed that the chimpanzees stay in group of 10 and more, the groups have more female than male and at least three children. Their bodies are thickset with long arms and short legs with no tail. The long arms grip firmly the trees when they are swinging. Their bodies are covered with long black hair except for the ears, face, fingers and toes. Some have whiskers on their chin. They also have flat face, small nose and forward facing eyes….