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    Question 1: Leading Question Generally, leading questions are used in law. These questions encourage desired answers. Leading questions are strategically structured; they guide the people, who are answering the question, to prove the interrogator's argument. Thus, they lead a person to a specific, wanted response. Likewise, a leading question “contains a presupposition that is embedded in a sentence in such a way as to make it undeniable or non-negotiable (Simpson & Mayr, 2010). “If you could, would

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    S 41 of the Evidence Act provides that the court not accept any question put to a witness in cross-examination, if the question is misleading or confusing , harassing, annoying, offensive or intimidating. Additionally, the court must reject, if the question put before the witness was done so in a manner or tone that is insulting or inappropriate. This also applies if the question is considered a stereotypical one based on the child’s race, culture, age, sex or physical attributes. These factors

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    I sauntered down Main Street U.S.A, greeting the gentle giants that walked my way and maneuvering through the dense crowds of people. Eventually I made it out the border belonging the Land of Disney and got to the gates leading to California’s Adventure, that also happened to be owned by Disney. Upon my arrival, I was greeted by an American soldier clad in blue protective gear, wielding a silver and rouge shield with a star in the middle. I took this as an omen that would

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    Memory is influenced by several factors, such as language, emotion, and attention. The current essay will investigate how the use of language can influence recall for a past event. It will begin with investigating the negative influence of language on memory through the formation of false memories. This will involve exploring the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm, the misinformation effect by Loftus (1975), the fuzzy-trace theory (Reyna & Brainerd, 1995) and their implications for eyewitness testimonies

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    Questions: Briefly identify the main features of the 3 main variations among the leading Shiite ideologies with regard to Iranian culture and the Shah's regime? What were the main issues Ayatollah Khomeini had with the Shah's regime? Answer: The Iranian revolution was an ideological affair. With different visions for the future of Iran, the revolutionaries were united for toppling the monarchy, which they had substantially. All the visions of these revolutionary, however, were colored by ideology

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    Chapter 13: Question time: leading a group discussion and answering questions Being a chairperson Question time is testing time. . It is the audience’s chance to satisfy them that you really do know what you’re talking about. Your function when handling questions is, in effect, to hold a group discussion. You must lead the group ,answer the points which are being raised, watch for people who want to ask the next question, and tactfully stop those who want to interrupt, all at the same time. The

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    An Experiment to Determine Whether People Are Influenced by Leading Questions Abstract The purpose of the experiment was to determine whether people are influenced by leading questions. This experiment is a replication of an experiment conducted by Loftus and Palmer in 1974. In the experiment the independent variable was the verb used (contact, smash). The dependant variable was the speed estimated by the participants when recalling the picture of the crash from their memory. The results gave

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    traditional retailers selling via internet but excludes companies conducting non-retail operations such as travel, ticketing, and financial services (“FAQ”). The retail sales is a leading indicator because it gives us a glimpse of what we can expect in the following months in the economy. It is important to keep in mind that leading indicators are not always accurate and are subject to revisions. The retail sales indicator covers the previous month’s data and is typically released on or around the 13th

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    socioeconomic roles women played in the societal landscape of the 1930s. By analyzing the same actress in two roles, one leading and one supporting, in two film musicals produced three years apart, we can isolate exactly what characteristics were fit for a leading lady at that point in film history. Upon close examination, many of the changes made from the supporting role of Fay to the leading role of Penny can boil down to two overarching themes: sexual repression and heterosexual coupling. A simple way

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    The story of a girl who is held hostage by a frightening beast and then ends up falling in love with him is a tale as old as time. The live action version of the 1991 animated classic, Beauty and the Beast, is more than that though. The story portrayed in the live action film follows that of the animated version almost exactly. This musical romantic fantasy film, directed by Bill Condon, features an outstanding cast, which includes Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, and Josh Gad, among others

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