Extension Essay Examples

Animals

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extension of the same to animals is equally essential. Animals have souls like human beings; it proves their existence is of the essence. Humans who keep animals as pets have an understanding of how animals behave. Pets like dogs and cats are happy to see their owners when they get home; they play and show emotions of love and care (Cochrane 175). Animals whimper when faced with fear and cry when in pain. Animals could not have been given life just to suffer but to live as humans do. Treating animals with respect, love and care is right, as not all of them are vicious and cruel. Human beings are also not the same in character as some will show love while others will be full of hatred and cruelty...

extension of the NLRA, which allowed non-profit hospitals to choose their representatives and form labor organizations to help them bargain collectively. CITATION Nat16 l 1033 (National Labor Relations Act (1935), 2016). NFP hospitals and nursing homes, all of which were previously excluded from the right to organize law, were allowed to do so. The Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 permitted the president, in the event of a strike that presents a danger to national safety and health, to appoint a board of directors to inquire about and handle the situation. It consisted five members, and 33 regional directors that were obligated prevent unfair practices and the refusal to bargain collectively by employers...

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extension, ulnar and radial deflation (Clarkson, 2000). These activities act as a guide in understanding an injury better (extent of the injury, its effects, etc.) and the specific tasks to be issued to a patient, such as weight-bearing, and deliver a certain and well-articulated report of the respective injury. For example, the observation of thenar eminence in the performance of proximal reflexes by the patient helps in understanding the extent of injury resulting to the performance of repetitive tasks. The respective arches (proximal and distal transverse arches, and longitudinal arch) of the hand are responsible for the flexion and extension of the palm. As a therapist, one should observe how a...

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