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Life of Japanese Americans in War Relocation Authority Camps in Arizona (541 words, 1 pages)
War Relocation Authority Camps in Arizona, 1942-1946 On March 18, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order No. 9102, "Establishing the War Relocation Authority in the Executive Office of the President and Defining its Functions and Duties." This order created a civilian agency in the Office for Emergency Management ... Read More
A Comparison of the Two Main Characters in Joel Coen’s Raising Arizona (454 words, 1 pages)
Raising Comparisons In the movie Raising Arizona, director Joel Coen shows the moralistic values between the two characters Herbert I. McDonnough and Leonard Smalls. One is a self-centered maniacal fiend, while the other demonstrates a complete turnabout and finds his principles in life. Here we will see how two men ... Read More
A Paper on Jan Matulka’s Painting Indian Festival in Arizona (366 words, 1 pages)
Jan Matulkas Indian Festival in Arizona, leapt out at me from the wall it was hung. To me it was the most stand-out painting of this particular exhibit. The title of the painting helps the understanding of its particular setting. The subjects in the painting are Native Americans dressed in ... Read More
An Examination of the Miranda v. Arizona Case in Criminal Investigation, a Book by Swanson, Territo and Taylor (872 words, 4 pages)
IntroductionIn their book Criminal Investigation, Swanson, Territo Taylor (2006) presents Miranda v. Arizona as one of the most debatable cases in the United States history. The case which involved police interrogation raises ethical and constitutional questions more especially because of what is referred to as Supreme Court ruling of all ... Read More
The Benefit of Adding A Wrinkle in Time to the Sixth Grade Curriculum in Arizona Schools (903 words, 3 pages)
I will admit, the first time I tried to read A Wrinkle in Time I was utterly confused. That was in third grade once I reread this book in sixth grade, I instantly fell in love with it, and it changed my favorite type of book to science fiction. This ... Read More
A Comparison of the Differences Between the Book This is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona and Film Smoke Signals (656 words, 2 pages)
Smoke Signals is a film, made in 1998 that was composed by ShermanAlexie. It is based off the short story, This Is What It Means to SayPhoenix, Arizona. While adjusting a film from the established story, therewill undoubtedly be contrasts that happen between the two sources. In theexample of transforming ... Read More
An Examination of the Reasons Why Arizona School Should Not Take Part in Shut Down Your Screen Work (767 words, 3 pages)
In the blink of an eye, the search engine delivers useful information about pretty much any subject (carr 6). The current generation has the technology to do simple tasks and designed the future that people wanted in the past. The Arizona government wanted schools to have a week without technology ... Read More
Making a Difference by Ensuring the Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals of Arizona’s Children Association Through the In My Shoes Program (1211 words, 3 pages)
Arizona's children association which a strict purpose to create programs for youth and families invested in prevention, intervention and permanency programs. Arizona's children association is the oldest and largest state wide nonprofit child welfare agencies. Founded in 1912 as a an orphanage for homeless children, Arizona's children association has a ... Read More
The Feeling of Being a Part the University of Arizona and a Wildcat (1306 words, 4 pages)
Becoming A Wildcat The mushy feeling of water seeping into my shoes makes me very aware of every speedy step we are taking. Coming from Illinois, I am used to the wet feeling of being caught in a downpour, but I never would have guessed it would be the feeling ... Read More
An Analysis of Mental Health Pamphlets of the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Clinic (1563 words, 5 pages)
The proper function of a mental health clinic is to provide comfort, care, organization, and professionalism. In order for people to feel safe and comfortable the clinic must be communicative, yet also feel secure in confidentiality. As a genera, mental health pamphlets must encompass all of these characteristics so that ... Read More
A Place of Solitude and Peace at Lake Havasu City in Arizona (891 words, 3 pages)
People often say, theres no place like home, but I never truly understood why until I went somewhere else for a while. I was born in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. I lived here for sixteen years. I attended the same school being taught by the same teachers. I went to ... Read More
An Analysis of Overpopulation as a Factor of Poor Education at Mingus Union High School in Cottonwood, Arizona (645 words, 3 pages)
Mingus Union High School is located in Cottonwood, Arizona. This high school is a central part of the community, as Cottonwood is a small town of less than 15,000 people. MUHS has 1,247 students and a student-teacher ratio of 221. These figures are higher than the national averages. Thus, the ... Read More
A Letter of Intent to Advance My Education to Become an SLP in Arizona State University (292 words, 1 pages)
Letter of IntentI strongly believe that effective communication is key to success and happiness, which every individual deserves. My extensive experience working with children with autism spectrum disorder has led me to discover my passion for helping children communicate and interact with the world around them. Thus far, the opportunities ... Read More
A Brief Discussion on the Physical Set up, Tour, Art Masterpieces and Self Discovery inside Phoenix Art Museum in Arizona (1011 words, 4 pages)
Museum TripWhen this project was brought to my attention at the beginning of the semester I didn't know what to expect. I didn't know much about the history of art or any of the specific terms that are used in the art world. I have been to museums in the ... Read More
The Issue of Campus Dining at Arizona State University (1689 words, 6 pages)
Healthy eating is not only important for your diet, it's alsoimportant as a part of your personal well-being. Especially for student,having a healthy life is more than important because we need energy tostudy, to work, and to participate in everyday activities. However, as astudent at Arizona State University, I must ... Read More
The Usage of Symbolism in Sherman Alexie’s Short Story This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona (315 words, 1 pages)
In This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona by Sherman Alexie symbolism plays a massive part in conveying the storys meaning to the reader. Part of the symbolism Sherman Alexie uses is the names that he gives the characters. On page 24 Victor, whose name symbolizes modern Native ... Read More
An Overview of the Legalization of Gay Marriage in Arizona (1212 words, 5 pages)
Legalization Of Gay Marriage In ArizonaIts not a choice. Marriage is marriage, no matter if youre black, white, yellow, or even green with purple polka dots. According to the constitution, all men are created equal. In 1924 the society for human rights in Chicago became the countrys earliest known gay ... Read More
An Examination of the Issues and the Resilience Plan for the City of Phoenix, Arizona (1008 words, 6 pages)
Born and raised in the city of Phoenix, Arizona and reside in Avondale, Arizona, I have decided to familiarize myself with the city itself and its surroundings in order to work on this assignment. The cities which I selected to work upon are Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale, all of the ... Read More
A History of the Development of the Phoenix Little Theatre in Arizona (795 words, 4 pages)
In the early 1900s shortly after Arizonas admittance into the union, a theatre troupe who called themselves the Phoenix Players were performing in the valley in various temporary venues such as school buildings, backyards, and other community spaces. Around the year 1920 (exact dates are contested), Harry Behn, Katherine Wisner ... Read More
An Analysis of the Math Suspension Case of Gordon Adams at Arizona State University (586 words, 2 pages)
It has come to our attention that Gordon Adams, a student going to our school at Arizona State University, wishes to suspend his required math courses because it is getting in the way of his goal of becoming a legal counsel for his Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. Although the math ... Read More
Deaths of Mexican Migrants in the Arizona Borderlands as a Humanitarian Crisis of Unprecedented Proportions (1312 words, 5 pages)
The Sonoran Desert is one of the most inhospitable environments on the planet. The deserts harsh environment ranges from arid wastelands, in which water is nearly impossible to find, to jagged mountains that make travel by foot through the desert a perilous journey through extremes that test human endurance. For ... Read More
An Overview of the Arizona’s Senate Victories Regarding Illegal Immigration (2300 words, 7 pages)
We can have no "50-50" allegiance in this country. Either a man is an American and nothing else, or he is not an American at all (Teddy Roosevelt). Illegal immigration is without a doubt a huge issue in the United States, and Arizonas Senate Bill 1070 attempts to take a ... Read More
A Draw on the Ross and Myers Article Officer Safety Trumps Passenger Privacy of the Case Arizona Versus Johnson (718 words, 3 pages)
Ross and Myers article Officer Safety Trumps Passenger Privacy Arizona v. Johnson (2009) goes into discussing the manner in which the Fourth Amendment has been implemented by police. This comes in the back of the unanimous decision by the United States Supreme Court that authorized officers to frisk vehicle occupants ... Read More
An Analysis of the Issues of University of Arizona’s Freshman Writing Program and Their Possible Solutions (1609 words, 6 pages)
One cannot escape college writing. No matter the Advanced Placements courses, nor major, will a student attending a collegiate institution in the United States be able to bypass freshman year english. Its an institution as timeless as the University system itself, and colleges in turn invest billions of dollars into ... Read More
A Study on the Uses of Rhetoric in the 2012 Arizona Senate Race between Republican Jeff Flake and Democrat Richard Carmona (1525 words, 5 pages)
Carmona vs Flake 2012The purpose of this assignment is to study the uses of rhetoric within the political arena. For my essay in particular I would like to focus in on the 2012 Arizona Senate race between Republican Jeff Flake and Democrat Richard Carmona. In order to map the shape ... Read More
An Analysis of Victor and Thomas in This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona by Sherman Alexie (359 words, 2 pages)
This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona by Sherman Alexie is a story of two ex-friends rekindling their friendship and discovering how easy it is to treat people with dignity through a major tragedy in the main character, Victors, life. Alexie does a fantastic job of making small ... Read More
The Miranda vs Arizona Case Kick started the Changes in the Constitutional (849 words, 4 pages)
The 1960s witnessed a change in criminal procedures with respect to Constitutional law. A highlight case of this era is Miranda vs. Arizona which established law enforcements responsibility to inform a suspect of their rights when they are being detained and interrogated. Since this monumental case, Miranda V. Arizona continues ... Read More
A Comparison of Bill Clintn’s Speech After the Oklahoma Bombing and Barack Obama’s Speech For the Victims of the Arizona Memorial (572 words, 1 pages)
As you may have heard in the past, Bill Clinton made a speech dedicated to the people of Oklahoma after the events of the Oklahoma Bombing. Likewise Barack Obama made a speech for the victims of the Arizona Memorial. Both speeches purpose was to unite the country after unfortunate events. ... Read More
The Pros and Cons of Federalism in Regards to the Arizona Senate Bill 1070 (875 words, 4 pages)
Immigration FederalismOn April 23, 2010, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into effect The Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, also known as Arizona Senate Bill 1070. The Law stated that law enforcement officers have the right to demand to see anybodys citizenship papers if there is reasonable doubt ... Read More
Understanding Important Facts about Medicinal Marijuana and the Related Laws in California and Arizona (2165 words, 8 pages)
Marijuana is the leaves of a cannabis plant that are used as a drug that can be smoked or consumed in order to create a feeling of being euphoric. Marijuana is considered a dangerous and addictive drug nowadays nevertheless, recent investigations had discovered that this substance was used in the ... Read More
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