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paper2anth - Max Haubold 2 December 2008 Anthropology 101...

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Max Haubold 2 December 2008 Anthropology 101: Sec 001 Second Paper-Clay Stuart The regulator of my decision diagram is the decision to write the second paper in lieu8 of cancelling it. With the stress of semester’s end upon us as a student body, it is not surprising that a small paper was chosen over additional weight on a heavy final. That being said, there are many variables amounting to the desire for a second paper. Some of these are fashioned into feedback loops on the cover page of this essay. Following the decision to write the second paper are two negative and four positive variables. To fully explain the diagram, it is best to start with a basic outline and then progress to show inner connections between feedback loops. Beginning with the negative variables, writing a paper can have the consequence of lessening the weight on the final exam. This will have the effect of more work this week, which will in turn increase stress build up. This will loop back to the regulator, with a positive sign on the decision to write the paper. This loop works in
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