After listing these potential actions, Szegedy-Maszak asks, “Are there particular conditions in Iraq today that might shed light on why these soldiers committed these unconscionable acts?” (Szegedy-Maszak 211) Szegedy-Maszak declares that in a 1971 study by psychologist Philip Zimbardo, showed how cruel people can be to each other because a higher power told them they could to enforce superiority. In his study at Stanford University, Zimbardo created a fake prison with students being selected randomly as guards or prisoners. The experiment shockingly showed the “guards” torturing and manipulating the prisoners. In another study preformed many years earlier by Stanley Milgram at Yale, gave students permission to engage in sending electric shocks to an actor that was strapped to an electric chair. The experiments were supposed to be about different forms of studying.
Describe the investigations that are carried out to enable the diagnosis of physiological disorders In this report I’m going to describe investigations that are carried out to enable the diagnosis of physiological disorders. Asthma If you have typical asthma symptoms, your GP will often be able to make a diagnosis. Your GP will want to know when your symptoms happen and how often, and if you have noticed anything that might trigger them. There are loads of tests that can be carried out to confirm the diagnosis. Spirometry A breathing test called Spirometry will often be carried out to assess how well your lungs work.
A physical exam may show liver and spleen swelling as well as a pulse over your liver. A murmur or another abnormal sound may be detected when listening to the heart with a stethoscope. Signs of fluid collection in the abdomen may also be present. To show enlargement of the right side of the heart an echocardiogram, CT scan, or MRI of the chest may be used. Blood pressure inside the heart and lungs may also measured using Doppler echocardiography or right-sided cardiac catheterization.
The symptoms previous to hypovolemic shock include confusion and weakness. Sweaty or clammy skin along with rapid breathing and pallor are also symptoms. Unconsciousness can occur as well. Certain tests or exams can be carried out to determine if the body is undergoing hypovolemic shock. The tests include checking the BP and body temperature and pulse rate.
This story section of the book was an overview of the lynching in America. For those who don’t know what lynching is, lynching is when a mob of people kill a human being, mainly hanging them by their necks with a noose hanging from a tree. The section starts off with a poem. The poem is describing the way the whites would hang African Americans from trees just because of the color of their skin. The poet describes the scene and scent as “…the bulging eyes and the twisted mouth the scent of magnolia sweet fresh then the sudden smell of burning flesh here is a fruit for the crows to pluck…” The poet describes the sight as a very gruesome one but in a tolerant and very non explicit manner.
Elgon in Kenya. He uses Charles Monet, the French owner of a sugar company to depict images and explanations of how the disease kills the infected after having undergone mild fever, body aches and blood vomiting. The victim, in this case Charles Monet, dies a terrible death after undergoing organs failure and extensive bleeding. The second case, which is very interesting, is a situation in a monkey house in Renton, Virginia which is just a short distance from the White House. Preston explains the discovery of a new type of Ebola virus at this place that kills the Monkeys imported from the Philippines.
they say it took a chokehold to restrain him and then they say he died of asphyxiation.” (Coleman, Case 1) The narrator seems to use a hastily tone to explain the reader the victim is innocent which likes a suspect tries to defend himself towards the officers. The numbers can remind the readers how many injustice cases they have read and how many grievance from the writer are accumulated. Each case follows a three-step pattern. First, it starts with a description of each victim’s “suspectable” behavior.
Why We Lie There are many reasons why people lie. Some have ulterior motives while others plainly lie with the sole intention of deceiving someone. In Ericson’s essay “ The Ways We Lie” she lists several examples of the different kinds of ways people lie, like innocent white lies. She also explains the different ways people deceive, such as ignoring the plain facts and leaving out major points to the story. When I read “ The Ways We Lie” it made me think of all the lies I produce without even thinking twice about the effects my lies have on people.
Criminal Justice scholars and investigative commissions have documented police lying under oath. (Cliffnotes 2010) The most well known is the 1994 Mollen Commission Report. (Cliffnotes 2010) This commission was charged with reviewing reports of police corruption in the New York Police Department. (Slobogin 1996) The Mollen Commission found that police perjury was an epidemic. (Slobogin 1996) The study showed that good cops lie the most because they honestly believe a guilty defendant will go free.