Introduction to Photography Investigative Workbook Session One Lara SmithProject summaryMary Ellen Mark Mary Ellen Mark was known for her skills as a Photojournalist/Documentary Photographer, portraitist photographer, and advertising photographer. She had 18 collections of her work published. She also had work exhibited at galleries and published in Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, New York Times and Life. Her accolades include three Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards, three fellowships from the National Endowments for the Arts, the Outstanding Contribution Photography Award from the World Photography Organisation and the 2014 Lifetime Achievement in Photography Award from the George Eastman House. Mary Ellen Mark was born
Ernest and Mary Horton’s were injured when their house exploded and caught fire as a result of a gas leak. In a suit filed against the gas company, they were awarded both compensatory and punitive damages. According to the IRC code §104(a)(2), compensatory damages are excluded from gross income. However, the case Horton v. Commissioner examines whether the punitive damages should also be excluded from the taxpayers’ gross income. The Horton’s position was that it is excluded, and the IRS’ stance was it needs be included as part of their taxable
You are using the format of “PIE” to document Ms. Dorothy’s case. You have identified the priority problem of acute pain that Ms. Dorothy has, which is an indeed problem for Ms. Dorothy who just recovered from abdominal surgery being performed yesterday. It is possible for Ms. Dorothy to carry out other actions such as turning the position, using incentive spirometry and so on when her pain is under the control. Using incentive spirometry is very important for Ms. Dorothy to expend her lungs, and then enhance her breathing. Also, risk for infection or ineffective breathing pattern is very important for patients who have done the surgery.
Vivien Thomas was an African-American. When the great depression hit he lost his job. Being an African- American, they were only aloud to work as janitors. The owner of Johns Hopkins Hospital Alfred Blalock was looking for workers. Vivien knew that it would have to be as a janitor but at least he had a job.
A former employee of the company and a member of the union, Betty Sparks, filed a grievance alleging “the company acted in a discriminatory manner when she was laid off.” There is a grievance procedure within the collective bargaining agreement. In the event a grievance is not resolved, the contract provides arbitration. Based solely on facts, it is at large whether or not litigation need to be commenced. Proceeding to arbitration, it was found “the company did violate the Articles of Agreement with the respect to the Grievant.”
Jonathan, I agree with you completely that the only oral contract she needs to honor is the one with the attorney. The oral contracts with Hermes and the builder fall under the statue of frauds and would not be legally enforceable. Suzy does have to honor her oral contract with the attorney because the attorney performs the service of investigating the title and records associated with the land within the one year limit and informs Suzy of the information that has been found about the land. The oral contract with the attorney would be legally enforceable.
Mrs. Smith is a 32-year-old African American woman admitted to the surgical floor following an emergency exploratory laparotomy for gastrointestinal and localized left upper quadrant pain. She had been in a car accident with her husband. Her husband of 12 years died in the crash. Mrs. Smith was the driver of the vehicle. The nurse admits Mrs. Smith and is unable to get any health history from her.
Lexi Brown, a 12-year-old cancer patient who is suffering from sarcoma, has been spending a lot of time at the Mattel Children 's Hospital near UCLA in California. She was recently airlifted there after the cancer spread to her lungs. Brown 's hospital room happened to have a view of one of the frat houses on UCLA 's fraternity row. One day she and her mom placed a sign in the window asking for pizza, but they had no idea that anyone would even see it. The fraternity brothers from Sigma Alpha Epsilon, who live across the street from the hospital, saw the sign in Brown 's room and decided to go over and visit.
Photos of a white police officer beating a black female student, in high school, with his club during a school crisis, with her laying on the ground helplessly was the cause that led to multiple protest throughout the African American community in Chicago. On April 25, 1969, Roxanna Norfleet a seventeen-year-old African American student, was one of many students that were abused by policeman when racial comments stated a rumble between the white and black students at Tilden High School. Approximately two hundred police officers and a mob of approximately one hundred hateful whites gather around the school as soon as they heard about the conflict that was taking place. The policemen, who were all white, stated to stomp and kick on the unarmed
“The court will now be called to order.” Silence fell as newspeople, observers, the jury, the defendant, the accuser, and their lawyers shuffled to their seats. The accuser, Dafnia Maeson, sniffled into a napkin. The defendant, Aza Malakye, shifted in his seat, casting furtive glances at Maeson. Maeson’s lawyer stood.
INTRODUCTION: This case involved Sarah Marie Reidy being a danger to herself and others. Reidy was transported to the Huntington Memorial Hospital Emergency Room (HMH), where she was placed on a WIC 5150 hold. INVESTIGATION: