What is the difference between immigration law and immigration policy?

What is the difference between immigration law and immigration policy?

  • SCIENCE

What would the results be if a slight tear appeared in a cell membrane?

Tearing of a cell membrane is inevitable in the imperfect biological environments in which a cell lives. “Resealing” is the scientific term that is used for the process that a cell undergoes in…

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  • OUTLIERS: THE STORY OF SUCCESS

Gladwell points out that Terman’s “Termites” could be divided into three groups based upon their…

Gladwell refers to the psychological study conducted by Lewis Terman three times. The analysis of the A, B, and C groups appears in Chapter Four, “The Trouble with Geniuses, Part 2.” Beginning…

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  • DULCE ET DECORUM EST

From the poem “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen, please explain the lines “Gas! Gas! Quick,…

This poem describes what it was like to fight in World War I, known at that time as the Great War. The first stanza describes the soldiers retreating from a battle area and trudging toward their…

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  • HISTORY

Who was the intended audience of slave narratives?

Slave narratives were largely written to convince white northerners (as well as some Europeans) that slavery was an abomination and should be abolished. For example, The Narrative of the Life of…

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  • THE GREAT GILLY HOPKINS

Can you provide some examples of flattery in The Great Gilly Hopkins?

Occasions of flattery are peppered throughout the story of The Great Gilly Hopkins. Probably the most prevalent examples occur at the dining table, when Mr. Randolph lavishly praises Mrs. Trotter’s…

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  • THE LOTTERY

How do the townspeople feel about making changes to the lottery?

It is hard to tell how most of the townspeople feel about making changes to the annual lottery. The only person who expresses a decisive opinion is Old Man Warner, who wants everybody to hear him…

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  • I HAVE A DREAM

What were Dr. King’s political motivations behind delivering his “I Have A Dream” speech?

One of Dr. King’s strongest political motivations in delivering his “I Have a Dream” speech was to generate public support for Civil Rights in America. The moral and ethical dimensions of Dr….

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  • THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

Throughout the book, what are some instances of Arnold’s personal growth? Please provide examples…

The protagonist of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie is Arnold “Junior” Spirit, usually referred to as Junior. Based on the thinly-fictionalized experiences of the…

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  • SCIENCE

Can the fatty acids of guava be used for making gasoline fuel for butane lighters? 1 image

The short answer is yes, fatty acids from a guava could hypothetically be used to fuel a butane lighter. I don’t personally know of any instances of this being performed, and online research…

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  • SCIENCE

Consider the reaction: 2 NO (g) + O2 (g) –> 2NO2 (g) If at a particular moment during…

In the given reaction: 2NO(g)+O2(g)→2NO2(g)2NO(g)+O2(g)→2NO2(g) nitric oxide reacts with oxygen and forms nitrogen dioxide. Using stoichiometry, 2 moles of nitric oxide reacts with 1 mole of oxygen and…

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  • RAYMOND’S RUN

In “Raymond’s Run” by Toni Cade Bambara, what were some events that changed the way Squeaky…

In “Raymond’s Run” by Toni Cade Bambara, there are two main events that change the way Squeaky views competition. Both come near the end of the story when Squeaky is running against Gretchen. The…

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  • POETRY

What is the poem “Time is Running Out” by Oodgeroo Noonuccal about, and what is the author…

This poem is about the mindless destruction of natural landscapes for the resources hidden within them – oil, ore, minerals – all in the greedy name of profit and with no concern for the damage…

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  • THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

In The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, what are some of Arnold’s personal growths…

The over-arching change Arnold makes over the course of the book is his move from identifying as an outsider in many ways to seeing himself as an insider, or as part of many different tribes….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In economics, what is comparative advantage?

In economics, an entity (usually a country, but it could be a region, state, or even a person) has comparative advantage over another entity when it can produce a good at a lower opportunity cost…

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  • DULCE ET DECORUM EST

From the poem, “Dulce Et Decorum Est,” by Wilfred Owen, please explain what happened to the…

The speaker says that in an “ecstasy of fumbling,” the soldiers race to put on their gas masks (9-10). World War I was the first war in which mustard gas was used as a weapon. If a man inhaled…

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  • RELIGION

Why did the church question the Industrial Revolution’s authenticity at the time?

The various churches of Europe and the Western world questioned the industrial revolution at the time because the industrial revolution brought out ideas, facts and theories that contradicted the…

  • THINGS FALL APART

Based on Obierika’s daughter’s uri, what role do women play in this society? Defend your reasoning.

The celebration surrounding Obierika’s daughter and her uri— or a betrothal ceremony—initially appears to be centered on the bride. Indeed, the women seem to be very important to the…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What are some character traits of Romeo, with quotes? I’ve been able to get the basics such as…

I’ll add a few of the character traits I most strongly identify with Romeo: Melodramatic: Romeo seems like the kind of guy who wants to experience the world in a strongly emotional way. Quote: When…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Is it realistic that the Capulets and Montagues will end their long standing feud after Romeo and…

It is definitely realistic to believe that the long standing feud between the Montagues and Capulets will finally end after the events of Act V, Scene 3. In a very short period of time the families…

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  • THE CELEBRATED JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY

What particularly American characteristics can you identify in the story? How would this story be…

This story is often anthologized in collections of American stories, for very good reason: it illustrates quite a lot about traditions and values in the US, especially the south. Overall, the story…

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  • HISTORY

What was an immediate impact of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen?…

The only plausible answer to this question is answer choice 4, though the fall of the French monarchy was not an effect of the Declaration of the Rights of Man. The other answer choices, however,…

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  • REFERENCE

A is the father of B. But B is not the son of A. How’s that possible?

Hello! This is the standard riddle, probably Bilbo and Gollum asked it one to another 🙂 It exploits our languages’ historical sexism: somebody is by default he. Especially if “he” father has been…

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  • SCIENCE

What cartoons characters can you compare the cell membrane, nucleus, nucleolus, nuclear membrane,… 1 image

I really like the cartoon comic that is attached to this question. As I don’t know which cartoon characters you are familiar with, I will propose a method by which you can tackle this analogy. You…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Who are some actors (from this century) who could represent characters from Romeo and Juliet?

Nurse: Melissa McCarthy, because of her comedic timing, physicality, and friendly presence. Lady Capulet: Angelica Huston, because of her brooding nature and sometimes cold comments. (For example,…

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  • TUCK EVERLASTING

Why can’t the Tucks stay in any one place for very long?

“But they can’t stay on in any one place for long, you know. None of us can. People get to wondering.” She sighed. “We been in this house about as long as we dare, going on twenty years.” The…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

In Fahrenheit 451, why did Ray Bradbury choose the phoenix and the salamander as symbols?

Ray Bradbury’s classic of science fiction literature, Fahrenheit 451, evokes symbolism associated with the role of fire in his story and with the notion of rebirth following destruction. Most…

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  • TUCK EVERLASTING

How do Jesse’s and Miles’s views about the spring differ in Tuck Everlasting?

Miles has a more negative view of the spring than Jesse does. The Tuck family drank from a spring that made them immortal. It meant that they never aged, and never died. It took some time for…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Does the book ever mention how many times Atticus had appealed the case of Tom Robinson?

Atticus was never able to file an appeal because that can only happen after a trial when one party is not satisfied with the ruling. Just days after the Tom Robinson trial ends, Tom dies before…

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  • THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST

How does The Reluctant Fundamentalist address key ideas?

One way that Hamid’s novel addresses key ideas is by incorporating the reader into the narrative. One of the key ideas in The Reluctant Fundamentalist is its discussion of terrorism. The question…

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  • LITERATURE

I need to write a comparison/contrast essay using 2 poems/sonnets from William Shakespeare, Sir…

One possible choice would be to compare and contrast Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” and William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116. We can examine each one as an individual before comparing and…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What is an example of how Lord Capulet is hasty in Romeo and Juliet. (I already have the one…

Lord Capulet is impetuous in the beginning of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. In the opening scene of Act I, Lord Capulet hears the quarrel among the servants of the two houses of Montague and…

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  • HISTORY

What principles taken from the Glorious Revolution were found in the French and American…

The man who is often credited with being the “voice” of the Glorious Revolution, John Locke, was widely admired by both American and French Revolutionaries. In his Second Treatise on Civil…

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  • SCIENCE

How does the shape of a bird’s wing enable it to fly?

The top of a bird’s wing is curved. In comparison, the bottom of the wing is flat. The path of air splits at the front edge of the wind and meets again at the back of the wing. Thus, air passes…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What does Holden think about himself in Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye?

Holden Caulfield is a 16-17 year-old boy who attends college preparatory schools. (Schools is plural because he’s been kicked out of three of them.)He’s also been through a lot in his young life,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Mr. Dolphus Raymond once had a fiancée, but she killed herself. How and why has this happened?

The fiancée of Mr. Dolphus Raymond left her wedding rehearsal after it was over, went upstairs and killed herself by using a shotgun that was pointed at her head, having pulled the trigger with…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

What are some quotes from The Outsiders that depict what advice Ponyboy should follow?

In Chapter 6, Dally comes to visit Ponyboy and Johnny on Jay Mountain. He then takes the boys out to eat at Dairy Queen. While they are eating, Johnny says, “I said we’re goin’ back and turn…

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  • LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER

How is irony used in “Lamb to the Slaughter” by Roald Dahl?

Irony is one of the most commonly employed literary techniques in “Lamb to the Slaughter.” It is ironic, for example, that the main character, Mary, is described early on as having “placid eyes,”…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the different bases of legitimacy and what might cause legitimacy to break down ?

According to Max Weber, there are three types of legitimacy. Each is based on a different source. Legitimacy can break down regardless of which source it comes from. The first type of legitimacy…

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  • JANE EYRE

What do we learn about Eliza and Georgiana Reed and why did Bronte bring them back into the novel…

Eliza and Georgiana are Jane’s cousins at Gateshead, the home of Jane’s aunt, Mrs. Reed. As a poor dependent, Jane is constantly tomented by the Reed children, especially the brother, and heir,…

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  • SCIENCE

What happens when the relative humidity is 100%?

When the relative humidity is 100%, the air is saturated with water. This means that the air cannot hold anymore water. When this happens, we will find that our sweat will not evaporate. Human…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

What is a good thesis statement for a compare and contrast essay on Rainsford and Zaroff from the…

Sanger Rainsford and General Zaroff, from the short story “The Most Dangerous Game,” are similar in their zeal for hunting, yet very different in how far they will go to indulge in their passion….

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  • RELIGION

what are arguments for and against the resurrection from “life of jesus” by Shusaku Endo? Chapter…

Endo comes down on the side of the resurrection being real. But he also records the idea of some people at the time that the “resurrection” was merely that John the Baptist had been reborn in…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Movie theaters charge differing prices to adults, children, and students, additionally, most…

The pricing strategy that you describe here is called price discrimination. Price discrimination of this sort can help maximize profits for the movie theater by adjusting prices based on the…

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  • THE TEMPEST

How does Prospero use magic to exact his revenge?

In The Tempest by William Shakespeare, we encounter Prospero living on an island with his daughter Miranda and two quasi-supernatural creatures, Caliban and Ariel. Prospero explains that he is…

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  • THE TEMPEST

How does Prospero use his magic to exact his revenge in The Tempest?

Prospero begins his magical vengeance by making his servant Ariel create a storm which shipwrecks select passengers. Ariel splits up the passengers, making King Alonso believe his son Ferdinand is…

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  • SONNET 29

How does love aid people in Sonnet 29?

Sonnet 29, “When, in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes” by William Shakespeare, is narrated in the first person singular and thus describes the experience of a single person, not of people in…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the difference between immigration law and immigration policy?

Most simply put, the difference between immigration law and immigration policy is that immigration law determines the legality of immigration and immigration policy is the attitude or attitudes…

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  • THE BLACK CAT

What makes “The Black Cat” a Gothic story?

The Gothic genre is known for a few common themes. One is an element of the supernatural, some unexplained influence or phenomenon. This is definitely present in the story, as the narrator is…

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  • SCIENCE

What might the results of this lab mean in terms of the ability of microbes to live and thrive on…

Although you did not specify the experiment, I assume you are working with growth of microorganisms in presence and/or absence of oxygen. In other words, you are investigating the microbial growth…

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  • ORAL COMMUNICATION

We had a youth meeting at our church and received many types of feedback from the attendees. I…

There are two ways you can structure a presentation on the subject of the feedback you received at your youth meeting. One would be in the form of minutes, in which you provide a summary of the…

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