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Meaning of alcohol in five different societies: Native Americans, Maori, Chinese, French and Russian
This essay was conducted in order to look over whether the meaning of ‘alcohol’ differs across various cultures. The essay will compare how tribal people conceptualise the definition of this substance and how it is explained by contemporary societies in developing and developed countries, and also in the post-Soviet country. Contemporary or postmodern period is known as the latter 20th and the 21st century (Johnson, 2001). This paper will provide examples of indigenous societies from North America and New Zealand, and also societies from China, France and Russia. The essay will briefly...
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Jacob Santiago 10/5/15
Ethics of Sport
Interpretivisim is what is ethical in a sport should be determined through careful consideration of the best interpretation of a sport; how the sport should be governed, contested in the best possible way. Interpretivism is the way you would look at a game or sport in the best possible way. Also it is the way you would over see thee game from a perfect standpoint. This view on sports is hard to achieve because there are many things that can happen to make the game unfair or uneven. This view will only work in a perfect world and when playing a perfect game. I say this is near impossible to achieve because there are many...
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Tziporah Nockenofsky, 337655518
The Meaning of Meanness: Popularity, Competition, and Conflict among Junior High School Girls Don E. Merten
In this qualitative research paper, Merten examines the sociocultural construct of meanness, more specifically how competition for popularity influenced a group of girls in junior high to be blatantly mean to one another. The goal is to understand why meanness was considered acceptable and didn’t threaten the girls’ popularity and perhaps more importantly, to understand the mixture of social and...
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When most people think of the word “beautiful,” they think of models and movie stars. I admit I used to be one of them. I used to wish I was skinnier, had fuller lips, or eyes that were a vivid shade of blue, green, or hazel. My friends and I would talk for hours about how we wanted to be tall, beautiful women with airbrushed skin like models. Now my perspective has drastically changed.
The day that I discovered what true beauty really is, I was with my parents and little brothers at McDonald's. We decided to sit in the Playplace, so my brothers could play with all the other kids while we waited for our food. Since Mickey D's only has tables with four chairs, I'm always the one to get...
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Reality: Is there a God? If yes, impersonal or personal? – Yes & Personal
Knowledge: How do we know anything with any degree of certainty? Is truth universal, once and for all time, for me and everyone else? – We know because of God’s revelations through the Bible. God created this world; he said this is good this is good. When he created man he said this is very good, very good.
Human Nature: What is a human being? Do we have a spiritual soul that survives the death of the body? – We are created in God’s image; we are not just a higher form of an animal. Yes we do have a soul that survive after death.
Human Problems: Why are human beings so beset with problems and unable to live...
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Understanding the Meaning
of Colors in Color Psychology
The meaning of colors can vary depending on culture and circumstances. Each color has many aspects to it but you can easily learn the language of color by understanding a few simple concepts which I will teach you here.
Color is a form of non verbal communication. It is not a static energy and its meaning can change from one day to the next with any individual. For example, a person may choose to wear the color red one day and this may indicate they are ready to take action, or they may be passionate about what they are going to be doing that day, or again it may mean that they are feeling angry that day, on either a conscious or...
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Analysis of Visual Text of Ten Minutes Older: Histoire D’eaux
Text, as an extensive term in language, includes words to describe something in which text is a communicative act as linguistics. However, in the theory of literary, a text refers to the object which being studied, whether it is a film, a TV or a film (Sonesson, 1998; Noth, 1994). The text is considered as a way or a space to interact and convey experience or other things (Kress, 2003; Knobel and Lankshear, 2004). With the development of text, the expression method of text has taken place a lot of changes. Nowadays, visual text, as a new type of text, has accepted by more and more people due to its audio-visual....
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1. Define the meaning and function of figurative language and literal language.
Figurative language and literal language are different ways of analyzing the meaning of languages in various traditions. literal language refers to words that do not deviate from their defined meaning. Whereas figurative language refers to words, and groups of words, that exaggerate or alter the usual meanings of the component words. Figurative language may involve analogy to similar concepts or other contexts, and may involve exaggerations. Whenever you describe something by comparing it with something else, we are using figurative language.
The function of literal language is to present word or groups of...
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Significance of literature in Hemingway’s writings as a “soldier”
Literature as a soldier can be of importance in that it is reflected by one of Hemingway’s writing “Soldier’s home” which depicts the life of a young soldier at war who faces challenges and in the end he returns home. It gives clear information on the experience a soldier faces in the war and the shock the soldier gets when he returns back at home. The main character in the book, Harold Krebs is challenged back in his own hometown by the villagers when he and other soldiers return from the war. He is majorly faced with hostility from his opposition members in the society. He as the soldier in the book, literature is important...
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Lemon Boots (extra credit paper)
For this extra credit assignment I attended the play Lemon Boots. I don’t really go to plays too often so I had no idea what to expect. The play was at Long Beach State in the Studio Theatre. In this play there were three things that really stood out in my mind. Those were the stage setting, the story behind the play, and the end of the play.
The first thing that really stood out in my mind was the stage when I walked in. I thought it was going to be like an auditorium, a stage with seats in front of it. To my surprise when I walked in the stage was in the middle with the seating going around it in a circle. There were two...
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Oh me! Oh life! of the questions of these recurring,
Of the endless trains of the faithless, of cities fill’d with the foolish,
Of myself forever reproaching myself, (for who more foolish than I, and who more faithless?)
Of eyes that vainly crave the light, of the objects mean, of the struggle ever renew’d,
Of the poor results of all, of the plodding and sordid crowds I see around me,
Of the empty and useless years of the rest, with the rest me intertwined,
The question, O me! so sad, recurring—What good amid these, O me, O life?
That you are here—that life exists and identity,
That the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a...
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Meaning of the Name, Islam
The meaning of the name “Islam” is original from the Arabic root, “Salema”. The Salema is stand of peace, purity, submission and obedience. As the religious sense all around the world, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to his law. Everything and every phenomenon in the world other than man is administered totally by God-made laws, ie. They are obedient to God and submissive to his laws, they are in the State of Islam. Man possesses the qualities of intelligence and choice, thus he is invited to submit to the good will of God and obey His law, ie, become a Muslim. Submission to the good will of God, together with...
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Part I: What is a worldview: The word itself is getting more and more popular in today culture. Everybody has a worldview, whether or not they realize it. Worldview is set by what we see, hear, think, from your education, your culture and media the list goes on and on. Your thinking and bias thoughts affect the way we view things in life and the reality around us. Example of this would be is to say that there a type of car, no matter the year, mode or color and too me it would be considered a wonderful beautiful car in my eyes no matter what anybody else view of it is. So we all see things different in our own worldviews.
Part II: Articulate the biblical/Christian world view:
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I was exposed to Existentialism in previous courses, but when I was introduced to the concepts I do not think I truly understood them. The concepts were always presented in such an ornate fashion that the whole theory baffled me. As a result, I resorted to thinking that existentialism was futile in therapy and too elusive to the average client or those who were not the overly intellectual type. In addition, I presumed that existential therapy lived in the state of “why,” and the therapy would just be a nonstop questioning session of why things are they way they are. My assumption was that the style of therapy seemed so passive. People come to therapy because they desire some...
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“First Day of My Life”
Conor Oberst was born on February 15th 1980 in Omaha Nebraska. He has been writing, recording and performing since 1992. He is mostly known for his work with the group “Bright Eyes” but he has also done solo projects and side projects such as Desaparicidos. Conor is also one of the founding members of Saddle Creek Records and Team Love Records, which started such bands as Rilo Kiley, The Faint, and Azura Ray.
With Bright Eyes, Conor has released 15 studio albums to this day. In 2005 the band came out with two albums at once, “Digital Ash in a Digital Urn” and “I’m Wide Awake it’s Morning.” The song I have chosen comes from “I’m Wide Awake…” and is the 6th track on...
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Love is a word with many definitions. Although, Webster defines love as a strong feeling of attraction resulting from sexual desire; enthusiasm or fondness. But to me love is not just a feeling, but it is the way that you treat the ones you care for. You should treat the ones you love so considerately through your actions they'll know you care and love them. Love in my eyes, is making that sacrifice for someone, knowing that you might regret it sooner or later. Love is how you make another person feel when you are in their presence. Many people show or express their love for someone in many and different ways. To me love is in the actions not the words. The true meaning of love like what is...
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Lim, Beatriz Jilliyanne February 06, 2015
Tabuga, Janneke Ross Nicole
“Hope in a hopeless situation”
My uncle grew up in a poor family, but in the age of 25 he started to become successful in his business. He then married and had 2 children. Last year was an emotional breakdown for him, and his family and friends. First, he felt dizzy and uncomfortable. Then, he slowly lost his appetite in every meal. So he decided to see the doctor, only to find out the he has cancer in his lungs and brain. He had kidney cancer before, and he decided then to remove the infected kidney, so the virus of the cancer would be removed fully. But it is actually impossible to remove the entire cancer...
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Expressive means of the language
Language can be neutral and expressive. Expressiveness can be distinguished at all levels of the language. The expressive means of the language are phonetic, morphological, word-building, lexical, phraseological and syntactical forms that exist in the language as a system for the purpose of logical and emotional intensification of the utterance. expressive means exist on all the levels of the language. The most powerful are phonetic expressive means including stress, whispering, high/fall alliteration.
Morphological expressive means include the use of second and third persons.
Word-building expressive means - the use of...
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The Road Not Taken
The Road Not Taken reminds me of a personal life experience: life is full of choices good, bad, successful and failure. The most interesting gain is that life has a purpose to teach each individual a different lesson. The areas in our life that we lack in return gain maturity. “And looked down one as far as I could, To where it bent in the undergrowth” Clugston,R.W. (2010),simile a direct comparison to show that similarity of two things that ordinarily are not thought of as being similar.” Clugston,R.W. (2010),, The author is comparing nature to a contemplating decision of life . The undergrowth represent nature and life unexpected choices.
In criticizing this poem I...
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The last leaf - Art for Human Life (Literary criticism essay)
After reading the story, perhapsmany readers can say that American artists’ life is so poor. It seems be totally true. Nothing their property is. Their residences are bad too, “north windows and eighteenth-century gables and Dutch attics and low rents”. Sue and Johnsy are those kind of artist. However, Old Buhrman is the best exemplary one. So is it true that “The last leaf” was written in order toaccuse the misery of American artists? It must be NO.
The profound meaning of the story, as the main sound of a song, is the deep-felt love between poor artists. That love wins poverty, disease. That love is more valuable than art....
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April 23, 2013
Sarcophagi of Selene and Endymion
Roman remains such as art, architecture, and documents have offered and provided various details of their society, history, people, and way of life throughout the centuries leading up to the fall of Rome. Through their excavated remains we can discover and learn about their society and culture for instance their practices, functions, and activities. One such practice we can analyze is their practice of the burial of their dead. Romans traditionally would bury their dead outside of their cities or within a designated area much like a cemetery or a city for their dead. Romans in early times had cremated their dead...
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“A sense of belonging is closely associated with identity, and names are crucial to identity.”
A sense of belonging is made up of various elements, a secure identity being of them. Lahiri questions where is one’s identity found? Is it in their name, their heritage and culture or in their past or present? The Namesake represents identity as one fluid concept and a sense of belonging is closely associated with identity because it is the meaning of the names that can shape the individual’s identity and the clash of cultures can influence the how the individual searches for identity within their name.
When Ashima and Ashoke first move to...
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Is Suicide Justifiable?
According to Albert Camus, suicide was considered the fundamental issue for moral philosophy. Unlike other philosophers who had written on the subject and tried to find sufficient reasons behind it to put off facing the consequences of the absurd, Camus was interested in not only accepting, but also embracing absurdity while renouncing suicide. His philosophy is profoundly evident in one of his non-fiction works, The Myth of Sisyphus, which illuminates the ethics of suicide. Through Camus’ thoughts and writings, the concept of absurdity has influenced authors around the world and has left a great impression on their writings, such as Henrik Ibsen’s play,...
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“Psychological Theories Represented In the Film – Waking Life”
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“Psychological Theories Represented In the Film – Waking Life”
The movie, Waking Life, is a profound manifestation of the connection between the real world and the dream world. The whole movie is Rotoscoped i.e. filmed with real characters but remade into animated scenes. It is a movie that has several scenes that are interrelated in meaning with one another. The different scenes also serve a purpose of helping the protagonist accept the invitation of God through his own free will.
Most parts of the movie are so deep that they...
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Kolb experimental learning cycle
Dixon (1999) stated that Kolb proposed a cycle through which individual learning progresses (see figure 1.0) the cycle begins when each experiences the world through our senses. Kolb calls this step ‘concrete experience’, to indicate that he does not mean the vicarious experience we have through books or plays but a real world experience. Example of concrete experience could be as varied as sitting through a boring meeting or suffering the distress of losing job. Kolb suggest that to learn from our experience we most engage in a second step of consciously reflecting on what has occurred in the actual experience. Reflection is selective as we saw earlier,...
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I. Part One: What is a worldview?
There are many definitions of a worldview. The first that comes to mind is how a person views the world. This if partially correct but there are many other definitions. With that said you can define a worldview as a persons philosophy of life due to how our thoughts are organized.
II. Part Two: The biblical/Christian Worldview.
1. The Question of Origin----
If you ask this question to the average person you would get many different answers. There are those who believe that mankind developed from nature. They feel that we are not here due to the creation of God. Then there are those who believe that everything may...
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The “American Dream” has lots of clichés and can mean so many things to so many people. Whatever the meaning may be, it is deep within each of us. However, it often times seems as if the American Dream is simply political propaganda. Some days it’s as if the politicians, corporate leaders of the world and the media are trying to convince us that the American Dream exists. It does exist and it is clear in everyday success stories heard around the World. President Barack Obama is the epitome of someone achieving the American Dream.
When it comes to the topic of the American dream, most of us will readily agree that in some degree, it does exist and that it is still alive. Where this...
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"The growth and influence of religious fundamentalism across the world challenges the claim that contemporary society has become secular". To what extent do sociological arguments and evidence support this view of contemporary religious belief and practice?
Fundamentalism- going back to old traditions, going back to basics
Fundamentalism refers to a belief in a strict adherence to an established set of basic principles (usually religious in nature), sometimes as a reaction to perceived doctrinal compromises with modern social and political life.
Secular- Denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis
Contemporary- Belonging to or occurring...
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Running head: BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS
Biological Foundations in Psychology
University of Phoenix
The study of psychology emerged in the eighteenth century. Many psychologists, from the past and present have made arguments over the correct meaning of the word ‘psychology. One thing is certain, and that is they agree to disagree.
The term psychology derives from the Greek words psyche meaning ‘mind’, and logos meaning ‘reason’. Therefore, the true meaning of psychology is reasoning of the mind. Biological psychology is the branch of...
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There are two main types of memory, short term and long term memory; short term memory has a limited capacity and duration. Capacity is, the amount of information someone can store in their memory. The capacity of short term memory is between 5-9 things. Coding is the format of which things are stored in our memory. Duration is the amount of time we can remember something for. Short term memory has duration of between 18-30 seconds. There have been various amounts of research done by different people on capacity, duration and coding.
Firstly research on capsid was done by joseph Jacobs. Jacobs developed the theory that how much someone could remember could be tested by using digit span....
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September 5th, 2014
What is Psychosocial Health?
SSPE 201 B
Psychosocial health is divided into four areas. The areas are mental health, emotional health, spiritual health and social health of an individual.
The mental health is the thinking or rational part of our health. Mentally healthy people don’t have problems adapting to changes, they can easily solve problems and can take care of their responsibilities without having any problems. A mentally healthy person can also connect certain life events with feelings and respond sufficiently. Mental health can also be known as intellectual health. If a person is mentally unhealthy, they can suffer from mental illnesses...
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Stephanie Says- The Velvet Underground Song Analysis
The writer of the song seems to be talking about a girl who’s looking for answers; she’s confused and doesn’t really know what’s happening around her. Although this is not wrong there seems to be more to this girl- Stephanie – than meets the eye.
Stephanie feels like she has wasted her life doing what people told her to do and following others without acknowledging her desires. This girl just wants to be herself but doesn’t know how. She wonders why she is the way she is and knows that she’s being foolish but doesn’t know how to stop. She’s stuck in a never-ending cycle. She watches life go by, feeling like she is not a part of...
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September 6, 2015
This song was written for many purposes in my opinion. I can see numerous themes as I read through the lyrics. The first theme that I noticed is the literal meaning. I could evaluate this from the very first line of the song. It states, “ah look at all the lonely people” (Beatles). Literally, I interpret this as meaning that there are many lonely people in this world. People who have no one to share their lives with but also people who choose to keep all their feelings inside of them. These lonely people shelter themselves from others emotionally and won’t let anyone get the chance to know them. I have seen this quite often growing...
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3. Explain the meaning and significance of the omnipotence of God.
- Job 11:7-9 - “Can you fathom the mysteries of God? Can you probe the limits of the Almighty? They are higher than the heavens above—what can you do? They are deeper than the depths below—what can you know? Their measure is longer than the earth and wider than the sea.”
- Matthew 19:26 - “Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.’”
- Psalm 147:5 - “Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit.”
“We cannot have a right conception of God unless we think of Him as all-powerful, as well as all-wise. He who cannot do what he...
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Should physician-assisted suicide be legal?
While I believe if one chooses to end his or own life through physician assistance for reasons that they chose, the choice should be up to the individual. Physician-assisted suicide should be at one's discretion. “Assisted Suicide, also called Voluntary Euthanasia, is currently a contentious issue in many countries. Because Euthanasia is legal in a few modern democracies: the Netherlands, Belgium, and Switzerland. In the Netherlands, voluntary euthanasia has been legal since 1983, with some 3,000 people requesting it each year. In Australia, assisted suicide was legalized in the Northern Territory with the backing of a substantial majority of...
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In a world of hyper-connectivity obsessed and driven by technology that knows no boundaries, what is happening to true friendship? Is it fading away? Or simply redefining or changing our contemporary notion of friendship by these social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn. If so, what are the implications for life as we know it? Will we be happier? Humans are social beings, ever since we are born links are created, first with our family then with other people close to us, some of them start to become important to us and with maturity friendship starts to arise. Nowadays social interaction became even bigger with globalization, communication became more immediate,...
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The importance of goal setting is talked about all the time by successful people but the message doesn't seem to be getting through because only about 3% of people set any kinds of goals in their lives. Instead, they just let life happen to them. This is no way to live.
A solid understanding of goal setting and its power will help you to achieve everything you want - things you wouldn't achieve without goals and a plan.
You may have a great work ethic and work extremely hard at your job. However, if you go into work every day, work hard, and go home, without any kind of career plan, you may be wasting a lot of that effort. Don't just go to work every day.
Decide what you want to achieve...
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Elisa was cutting down last year's chrysanthemums, in the Salinas Valley. Henry (Elisa’s husband) asks Elisa if she would like to go out a restaurant and a picture movie to celebrate his sale. Henry leaves, and Elisa continue to garden, but while she is gardening a man drives up in a wagon. The man asks to do any job like sharpening scissors and fixing pots and pans. Elisa tries to send him away, but the man asks about the chrysanthemums, so Elisa gives him a couple of pots to fix and some money for fixing them and a chrysanthemum to give to the lady he had mentioned. When Henry drives Elisa to dinner, Elisa sees that the man had thrown the plant on the road and she began to cry.
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Sophist vs Socrates
During class, we were presented with an article called “The Ivy League, Mental Illness, and the Meaning of Life,” written by William Deresiewicz, a former Yale English professor. In this article, Deresiewicz explains how an elite education can lead to a cycle of grandiosity and depression in adolescents. He believes the nation’s most prestigious schools are full of “excellent sheep” because they just follow instructions without thinking why they are doing it. They have not been given the opportunity to find their own path in life. Deresiewicz thinks these schools are flawed and that we are creating a society where some kids are animals in a scientific experiment....
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Effects of Religion
July 17, 2014
Effects of Religion
Organized religion affects people and society in many different ways. The functional perspective of religion states that religions are found everywhere because they are useful for both people and society; meaning that they are helpful in defining who people are and making the world around them logical and understandable (Fisher, 2014, p. 4).
People find solace in their religious practices believing that there is a divine being or entity much higher than they are guiding them along their life journey. People have a need for stability and for some people; religion brings them that...
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Most sociologists interpret social life and place the theory into one of three major frameworks. A theory is a statement pertaining to how some parts of the world fit together and how they work. (Henslin, 2013) The three theories sociologists have created are based on observations made while examining social life during interactions at the macro level and micro level. These theories include: symbolic interactionism, functional analysis and conflict theory.
The main focus of symbolic interactionism is that symbols, those to which we formulate meaning, help us to understand how we view the world and communicate with one another. (Henslin, 2013) Symbolic interactionism observes...
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Discuss the role and importance of educational research. (100) Marks
An evaluation of research in education, with the general aim of systematically, improving an academic body of knowledge may deficits in systems be highlighted by well-designed research.
The results of research can lead (ideally) to changes in methods or practices (in the case of education it might be a teaching methods, say online Vs in class on campus). This would ideally appropriate education is provided to the students resulting in a more effective/efficient population.
This paper explores different senses of the concept of meaning in educational research, presenting ‘meaning’ as personal (the researcher’s quest for...
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Cultural and Social Life of Bishnupriya
Culture is a broad concept, its limit is wide, literal meaning speaks about intellectual activities of minds when focused or reflected on a screen like society, the display/demonstration when produce a particular contribution to the aid of the then civilization, the whole exposition contribute to what we call culture. Culture of mind leads to research, results, culture of civilization shows the development of a society through evolution.
The Sanskrit meaning of culture is to do something good to the universe with acute touch with passage of time supporting evolution. In context of the present topic we need to relate to that area of Bishnupriyas....
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What were the major developments in the evolution of mass media during the 20th century?
In the 15th century oral traditions passed on by poets, teachers, and tribal storytellers. It was not until the alphabet and written words were developed that the era of the written culture began. This brought on he era of printing where publications of books made their way onto the market. Thus brought us the first major development was the telegraph. The gradual transformation from an industrial, print based society to one grounded in the Information Age began the development of the telegraph in the 1840’s. It made four key contributions to communication. Firstly, the telegraph along with the...
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a. Born July 15, 1930 in El-Biar, Algiers to Jewish Parents in a time of heightened Anti-Semitism
b. Expelled from Lycee de Ben Aknoun on his first day of school as enrollment of Jews could not exceed 7 percent. Quit Lycee Emile-Maupas due to intolerance of Jews.
c. He dreamt of becoming a professional football player
d. His parents never read any of his books
e. Failed his first entrance exam into Ecole Normale Superieure but eventually earned his Philosophy degree in 1956
f. He is arrested for transporting drugs in Prague, Czech Rep. but it is later discovered that the drugs were planted on him by the...
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Formal Analysis of Art
The use of lines in an artist piece of work can tell much about their personality. A good example is, Vincent Van Gogh’s The Starry Night which is one of the most personally expressive pieces of art in history (Sayre, 2010). Van Gogh’s lines in The Starry Night appear lose and free in a sense out of control; they are imprecise, and emotionally charged, as if the artist is expressing feelings of anguish (Sayre, 2010). Come to find out the painting, The Starry Night, expresses the authors feelings and energy toward life and death by putting focus on the tip of the church and the swaying of the cypress tree, a tree used to mark graves in Southern France and Italy...
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The Comfort Care Concept at End of Life
End of life is a concept that is often ignored despite the fact that everyone will die some day. It is because death is a part of life that people are familiar with comfort care given at the end of life. Comfort care is offered when someone is dying, and when the end is predictable. Comfort care is an essential part of nursing care at the end of life. It is care that helps or soothes a person who is dying. The goal is to prevent or relieve suffering as much as possible while respecting the dying person’s wishes (NIH, 2012). The goal of comfort care in nursing is the immediate state of being strengthened by having the needs for...
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How can art create different meanings, in society?
An art not only enhances understanding of the world around us, but it also broadens our perspective on traditional values that we hold today in modern society. Arts give us the creativity to express ourselves and in result creating meaning and value through master pieces of art work in all shapes and sizes. All this while challenging our intellect
The type of style van Gogh would like to work was as a post-impressionist painter and the reason towards this style of work was due to wanting to create art works which held noble beauty, emotional honestly and bold colour all in one.
Van Gogh learned his skills and developed his ideas in...
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A Definition of Anglo-American Folk Music: Past to Present
It is well known that the colonization of the North American continent by europeans laid the ground work for the development of the modern United States. During this era, a new identity was formed as immigrants from the european nations began unifying. Out of this melting pot of cultures, new forms of music were born. Anglo-American folk music is a traditional form of music for the United States that developed from the immigration of English nationals. This form of music can be categorized into four main melodic behaviors: the Ionian (major scale), Mixolydian, Dorian, and Aeolian (natural minor scale) (“Anglo American Folk...