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Molly A.
Library and Information Science
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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What are the differences between library retrieval systems and web-based retrieval systems?

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Functionalities and interfaces vary among different systems and the lack of system interoperability and common interfaces are contributors to this problem. Systems are different and vary according to size and content, searching capabilities, and how they rank results. Regardless of where users obtain their information sources, retrieval, analytics, and processing are important aspects to both web-based and library system retrieval systems. Libraries need to be at the forefront in the technology world in advancing their ability to offer a more user-friendly and cohesive online library information retrieval system

Subject: US Government and Politics

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If there is a tie when voting to pass a measure in the Senate, who casts the deciding vote?

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The Vice President of the United States (the President of the Senate.)

Subject: US History

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How and why did Americans’ concept of lowbrow and highbrow recreation change with the rise of urbanization and industrialization in America?

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Late nineteenth century was marked by numerous changes. Americans adopted a more urban and ethnically diverse identity, which meant the need for different types of leisure activities in which both highbrow and lowbrow became more apparent.  Conversely, leisure time was not exclusively associated with the increase in free time at this point; it also related to the issues of social restraint and maintaining existing social and cultural codes even as the population of the nation shifted.

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