Research Paper On Power Weeder
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The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd and the Power Concept
A 5 page paper which examines the nature of power, considers the power structures that exist within the novel, how power is exercised, and how power can be abused, exploited, or corrupted, and the impact this has upon individuals and society. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Defending Nuclear Power Facilities
A 5 page paper essay arguing in favor of nuclear power generation in the US. The bottom line is that as the world’s leading consumer of fossil fuels and electrical power, the US ethically, morally, environmentally and economically should be pursuing only nuclear and hydro power generation at the present time and for the foreseeable future. The benefits of nuclear power generation are too numerous and too clear to reject out of hand. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Organizational Communication and Personal Power
This 12 page paper considers aspects of power, including power in organizations; the relationship of power to ideology and culture, symbolism and truth; the location of formal authority within a communication network; and what individual attributes can be considered sources of power. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Who's Running America? The Bush Restoration by Thomas R. Dye
A 6 page paper which examines Dye’s assertion that power is concentrated among the few and not the many by concentrating on three central themes – that there is a power elite comprised of a select number of corporations and private foundations, that campaign finance reform has done little to open up the power structure to ‘the people,’ and how this intricate network controls government policy by influencing the media and school institutions. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Power and Wireless Senor Networks
This 13 page paper examines the role of wireless senor networks and looks at how they are powered and considers the way they may be developed in the future. The paper starts by looking at the range of commercial military and other uses that sensor networks can are used for. The paper then discusses the way they are powered, including the use of batteries and power harvesting from heat and wind and the management of that power. The paper finished by considering the way the powering of wireless sensors may develop in the future. The bibliography cites 16 sources.