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Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar English pronunciation: /səˈtʃɪn tɛnˈduːlkər/ ( listen) AM(born 24 April 1973) is an Indian cricketer widely considered to be the greatestbatsman of all time, after Don Bradman. In 2002, just 12 years into his career,Wisden ranked him the second greatest Test batsman of all time, behind Donald Bradman, and the second greatest one-day-international (ODI) batsman of all time, behind Viv Richards. Tendulkar was a part of the 2011 Cricket World Cup winningIndian team in the later part of his career, his first such win in six World Cup appearances for India. He was also the recipient of Player of the Tournament award of ICC World Cup, 2003 held in South Africa.
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Just because a person is disabled, doesn’t automatically mean that they are stupid or horrible. But lots of people think so, which is very sad. But thankfully there are also people who want to help the disabled, by giving them opportunities to learn and live like every other person and offer special therapies with animals or team sports to learn how to work and learn with others. There are also people who help, for example blind people feel a piece of art since they can’t see it. Rules for the whole community should be introduced so that everyone can live equally and public buildings should all have entrances for people in wheelchairs etc. Since 1993 all the televisions...
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Managing People for Organizational Success
By Slemo D. Warigon Organizations, whether they be educational, business, industrial, government, military, service, health care, or entertainment focused, are made up of people – women and men. It is people who provide leadership, stewardship, and follower-ship in every organization. People formulate strategies to help organizations achieve their specific objectives. People constantly learn new and innovative ideas to help transform their organizations from mediocrity to greatness. It is people who make things happen in all organizations, even those operated by robots which, after all, were designed by people. To understand the causes of...
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Business Essay Example - People Management
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As a prospective employee of an organisation, evaluate the usefulness of the knowledge of managing people and organisations in helping...
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1. Give an outline of what makes people happy and what does not, as expressed in the three texts.
Has our pursuit and fascination for the healthy thin body types turned real healthy bodies into a disease? In the article “Can you be fat and healthy” by David Jacobs, Professor of epidemiology tells us that even fat people can be healthy. He says that According to data from the nonprofit Cooper Institute in Dallas. Being overweight and very active physically is healthier than being thin and sedentary. As an example from the article, we hear about Bliss who weighs nearly 200 pounds with a body mass index higher than 35, which is obesity she is healthy. Another view is in the article “A weight...
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Lizard People or Reptilian Humanoids
Have you ever heard of the Lizard people or reptilian humanoids? Have you ever visited the Fort Moore Hill section of Downtown Los Angeles? Chances are that you have and didn’t have knowledge of it being previously called Fort Moore Hill. Fort Moore was an historic U.S. Military Fort in Los Angeles, California, during the Mexican–American War. As the largest bas-relief military monument in the United States, it honors the Mormon Battalion, the U.S. 1st Dragoons, and the New York Volunteers who raised the American flag over the fort on July 4, 1847, at the first Independence Day in Los Angeles. Its approximate location was at what is now the Hollywood...
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I.- Why do people lie?
Everybody lies. It may only be “white” lies, but everyone tells lies or “omits the truth” sometimes. We start lying at around age 4 to 5 when children gain an awareness of the use and power of language. This first lying is not malicious, but rather to find out, or test, what can manipulated in a child’s environment. Eventually children begin to use lying to get out of trouble or get something they want. White lies, those concocted to protect someone’s feelings, are not a big deal at all. The person, however, who seems to feel compelled to lie about both the small and large stuff has a problem. We often call these folks pathological liars (which is a description, not a...
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15 signs that say that u grew up in a rain fed region
1) U oly encounter 2 seasons a yr
2) Ur umbrella is more busy than any of ur accessories
3) U don’t know why u are given holiday in summer, when it should actually have been rainy
(If schools declared vacation during rainy season instead of summer, then u would have vacation almost a yr)
4) Washing clothes and drying them is always a hideous task, hence u need to have more stockings than any others
5) No matter what u wear, u always arrive at a place either partially wet or fully
6) U can always go late to places and give rain as a reason
7) When ppl in other part of cities make a fuss about rain, u are actually...
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Transport Planning of Dhaka City: Some Contemporary Observations
Adil Mohammed Khan; Assistant Professor; Department of Urban and Regional
Planning; Jahangirnagar University; E-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Md Akter Mahmud; Professor; Department of Urban and Regional Planning;
Jahangirnagar University; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Traffic problem of Dhaka City is one of the major problems of the city that the city
dwellers are facing in their everyday life. Despite all the planning programs and projects,
designed by the successive governments, the situation is getting worse day by day.
Hence, some underlying questions related to traffic and transport system of the...
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Table of Contents
Reflective Learning Piece ............................ 2
Introduction .............................................. 2
Learnt and Understood Concepts ............. 3
Conclusion ................................................ 5
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Reflective Learning Piece
As a businessman, there is a lot I wish to acquire from my MBA degree at Bond University and be able to apply to my business in order to help it. Apart from learning the operation of the economy, marketing skills and better management of finances, Managing People has been a subject that has formed a very strong coherence between my business and theoretical/practical concepts I have learnt and...
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SWOT is a tool that identifies the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of an organization. SWOT analysis also refers to the process through which decision makers develop their awareness of organizational environments so as to influence performance now and in the future (Naryanan & Nath, 1993: 197). Specifically, SWOT is a basic, straightforward model that assesses what an organization can and cannot do as well as its potential opportunities and threats. The method of SWOT analysis is to take the information from an environmental analysis and separate it into internal (strengths and weaknesses) and external issues (opportunities and threats). Once this is completed,...
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Ashok Tiwari Dr. Deepak Sharma
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Conflict Management among Employees
New Power Company Limited (NPCL), an electric power distribution company for last 20 years. They have a total manpower of 250. When the company started its operation in the year of 1994, they had less than 20 employees and it remained below 60 till four year ago. The majority of current 250 employees i.e. nearly 160 were in operations department which was considered to be most important department of the organization because its business was to provide smooth and quality power supply to...
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Replacing PeopleSoft Using the Agile Methodology Development
January 8th, 2015
IT Project Manager
Group F’s College of Technology
Mid-West, USA 12345
Group F’s College of Technology
Mid-West, USA 12345
Dear College President:
Per the goals of the IT department our project: Replacing PeopleSoft using the agile methodology, is designed to replace the current software at our college. By doing this we will create a more time and cost efficient software program at our college that will be used throughout all our campuses. The new software will be maintained and updated internally which in turn will result in a reduction of expenses. We are hoping to start and...
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Young People and Alcohol Consumption
By Jose Santiago
Purpose: This speech explains the effects of alcohol drinking among young teens, effects that could very well lead to a number of serious problems and altercations.
I. I’m a guy from South Florida who at an early age 14 to be exact, started consuming large quantities of alcohol not having any knowledge of its very dangerous effects and repercussions.
A. Alcoholism is an addiction that becomes very difficult to beat.
B. I was not aware of how much damage alcohol was causing my body and mind.
C. Today I will talk to you about the causes and effects that alcohol is having on young teens and how blessed I am to have...
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Managing Organizations and Leading People, C200 Task 1
Managing Organizations and Leading People
Evangeline Klingbeil 262608
WGU C200 Task 1
Emerson is a global technology and engineering solutions company that has been providing diversified and innovative solutions to customers for the last 125 years , as of 2015, employ more than 111,000 people . They are solution providers for industrial, commercial and consumer markets through its 5 business units.
Those business units are:
Emerson Process Management
Companies are under constant pressure to cut cost, increase output all with fewer and less
experienced workers. Emerson Process Management is relied upon by...
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'SMART’ CANE FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE
Vaibhav Singh, Rohan Paul
Table of Contents
Executive Summary 3
Review of the literature 4
Objective of the project 4
Methods and Materials 5
1. Description of System 5
2. The gadget works in two client selectable modes 5
3. Design of System 6
Experiments of the field 6
1. Field research 7
2. Enrolment of User 7
3. Usage of Smart Cane training 7
4. Phase of Trial 8
5. Indicator for Key Performance 8
Awareness about Obstacle raises 9
Rate of collision reduction 9
Distance of Obstacle Detection 9
Usage of Smart Cane with few observations 10
Feedback of user post-experiment...
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There are many factors that should be taken into consideration when dealing with people of a different race, ethnicity, or culture. The Cognitive theory of personality development focuses on how people understand and think about the world. The cognitive perspective also deals with people’s motivation, decision making process, learning, and problem solving skills. On the other hand, the psychodynamic perspective focuses on the belief that human behavior is motivated by inner, unconscious forces over which a person has little control. In addition, the psychodynamic perspective deals with the development of the human personality in how we move and respond to our environment; it is also the...
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With equal access to employment, Americans can obtain and maintain jobs to keep themselves sufficient and independent
Throughout the years, certain people have found it very difficult to obtain a job or career, then they find it even harder to maintain that job or receive a promotion or raise of some sort. Such people are having to deal with discrimination, stereotypes and many other unwanted or unwelcome judgement. Invisible barriers have been set by employers and even by society. People with disabilities in America have a hard time finding jobs or careers due to these barriers. Through time these barriers have eased up a bit, but they are still there. U.S Department of Justice, (2002)...
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23rd January, 2015
I did not know that it was possible for me to be three different people while remaining in my own body the whole time. The purpose of this paper is to show the different views people have of one another, and how the relationship between the two people affects how one views another. In this paper I would like to discuss the views of three different people and how the closeness of my relationship with these people affected their view of me and my view of them. In three situations I was viewed differently by three different people that either knew me very well, knew me just enough to be...
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How People Make Economic Decisions Paper
How people make economic decisions regarding their buying’s of good or services at the market are ruled by three basic principles as follows: People are rational as they make the best decision that will benefit each individual on their purchases or selling’s. The people evaluate constantly the benefits versus the cost of the goods or services. Example of this might be:
An imaginary famous nail enamel branch was priced originally as .39 cents as the sale manager established. The famous branch was heading to bankrupt then did a marketing study of the market where they establish that the price the people where most likely to pay was .69 cents; this...
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Spices; they come in a host of flavors, used in a variety of ways, and can be found
in just about everything we eat. Whether it is the hot chili peppers or the ground substance we use to flavor our dishes, their use has become synonymous with the food signature of cultures around the world. Though the words hot and spicy are often used interchangeably, they may not always refer to the same thing. Wherein spice is a general term that pertain to any dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or vegetable substance and is primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food (Wikipedia, 2014). Heat, on the other hand, is a more specific term associated with the pepper variety and other fruits...
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* "[O]ne of the functions of phonetic stress is to make words understandable. This kind of stress, known as word-level stress, is actually part of a word's pronunciation. It may also serve to differentiate words that are similar. For example, We're going to record a record, the two similar words are stressed differently so that the first record is stressed on the second syllable (vowel reduction in the first syllable also assists in helping us to assign stress to the second syllable), whereas the second record is stressed on the first syllable (with vowel reduction in the second syllable). All words of more than one syllable have a prominent or stressed syllable. If we pronounce a word with...
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The Five Forces Framework and Competitive Strategy
In this framework due to Michael Porter there are two high-level stages in the creation of competitive strategy, each stage corresponding to a high-level determinant of profitability mentioned in the previous section. The first stage is the assessment of the attractiveness of the industry in which a given company is embedded based on a structural analysis of the industry. In this stage, called the five forces framework, five forces that influence industry attractiveness are identified, as well as the factors (e.g., number of competitors, size of competitors, capital requirements) that determine the intensity of each force and therefore the...
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Nowadays, due to the eruption of economic occurs, the demand to optimum the productivity is the requisite if one organization wants to survive. There are many factors to consider controlling whereas human resource is the most imperative factor which impact to other elements. All profession requires the action of people even if there is manual labor or brainwork. Therefore, employee is the main concentration when companies would like to improve their profit. In term of business, especially in human resource management, productivity is defined as the efficacious of manufacturing which is the ratio between output and input factor. In order to increasing the productivity, the topic is to present...
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Sarah E. Al-Falahy BSA-2B MWF 7:40-8:40am
“Your life doesn’t just ‘happen.’ Whether you know it or not, it is carefully designed by you. The choices, after all, are yours. You choose happiness. You choose sadness. You choose decisiveness. You choose ambivalence. You choose success. You choose failure. You choose courage. You choose fear. Just remember that every moment, every situation, provides a new choice. And in doing so, it gives you a perfect opportunity to do things differently to produce more positive results.”—Stephen Covey
Life is full of wonders and complexities. Every day we live adds twist and color to our existence. In the lyrics of Francis Magalona’s song entitled...
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Here I am on Earth trying to determine if the people here are religious or not??
Here I am on Earth trying to determine if the people here are religious or not. Three things I am looking for are prayer to a higher entity, sacrifice, and public acknowledgment of their god in ways other than prayer.
The clues I am now assessing include people attending their houses of worship, people wearing crosses around their necks as jewelry, and people with their heads bowed in prayer. These people with their heads bowed in prayer have so many variations in their actions. Some people are at their dinner table praying, some people kneel on the ground in a line with other people five times per day...
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How well do people know why they do the things they do?
Human beings are cognitively advanced, yet it is still surprising that much of what we do we cannot explain. Humans are amongst few mammals capable of the self-recognition necessary for self-awareness which enables conscious manipulation in behaviour (Gallup, G. G., 1982). Understanding the behaviour of others and ourselves is increasingly complex since behaviour is attributed to fluctuating mental states (emotions, desires, feelings). Many papers have begun to cover the theory how people understand the causes of behaviour through attribution and self-concept...
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BUS 520 Assignment 4 Leadership Style What Do People Do When They Are Leading
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Gary Kelly (Southwest Airlines), Meg Whitman (Hewlett Packard), Ursula Burns (Xerox), Terri Kelly (W.L.
Gore), Ellen Kullman (DuPont), or Bob McDonald (Procter & Gamble). Use the Internet to investigate the
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Global Consumer Products (GCP) Company wanted to hire a Brand Manager for their newly developed Baby Soap. This was an urgent need for them, so the company had advertised on a week day English News paper. But, some of the salient features were missed out in their advertisement. Only a few candidates were attracted by their advertisement. According to that the company struggled to fit the suitable guy in that position.
Marketing manager and the HR manager had shortlisted the CV s and called only 3 candidates for first interview. Two candidates were selected for final interview in rush manner. Final interview wasn’t conducted in the fixed date and it was postponed because of Marketing...
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Art is an important part of every society. It tells of the history of the people, their culture and it depicts at each phase, what the society is going through. In today's fast paced era, people are almost always preoccupied with the chores of today and the concerns of tomorrow and they hardly find time to devote in appreciating various artforms which may have been one of their several childhood interests. Also, people's interests are increasingly changing and aligning with the art attractions of the latest century like metal music over classical or carnatic, plastic decorative furniture over ancient terracota for their homes and so on. Thus, largely lack of government funding can endanger...
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Suzys main goal when starting Joy of Chocolate was survival. Her consumer goals were to create gourmet chocolate, attention to detail and to offer a unique product.
Suzy built up a good reputation by offering a unique, high quality product and by always delivering orders on time. These are her product goals.
Organisational goals refer to running of the organisation so as to make the most of management skills, technology and resources. Joy of chocolates operational goals are; training for production staff to ensure a high level of expertise, support staff development. Hafiz uses job rotation to further staff knowledge and also holds a personal development review every four months to...
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EU and TURKEY
In a recently done research study, people in Turkey and the people in the EU countries were compared in their contentment and their concerns and hopes about the future. The results demonstrated that Turkish people were much less optimistic about their lives and the future. People become content or discontent with their lives depending on many circumstances. Purchasing power and living conditions are the main factors affecting the happiness of citizens in a country.
The first reason for the Turkish people to be pessimistic is the low purchasing power of the people in our country. It is, in fact, such a big problem for Turkey that some people even suffer from hunger....
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Urbanization is classified as an increase in certain in a city. A city grows due to the fact of fertility, mortality, and migration. Cities that are lacking the support that is needed for the population is where people have more opportunities. Opportunities are to help people get to where they need to be financial. Lack of opportunities can cause people to lose hope in the economy. That is why people move to bigger cities for more money and the opportunities that they need to survive. Majority of people move to the big city to further their job experience and to also help their family back.
São Paulo Brazil is one of the many countries suffering from extreme urbanization. Just about 90% of...
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Conflicts are inevitable. All of us can get into a conflict. Sometimes little arguments lead to an intense conflict. Also, sometimes people overcome their conflicts quickly. I believe that conflicts can be easily resolved because it teaches people how to deal with situations like that, and leads people to think about the conflicts.
Conflicts can be easily resolved for it teaches people how to deal with situations like that. It means that people learn from their mistakes. Also, if the person has enough background about dealing with conflicts, he/she will be able to resolve it easily. The ways we deal with conflicts make it easy to solve. According to the reading, “Conflict and the way you...
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By Hayley Dale
By Hayley Dale
What is global fitness?
Global fitness is a big community that brings all sorts of people into the fitness industry. Global fitness encourages people to get involved in gyms and activities. Global fitness also works with people with disabilities and overweight people. There not just a community that wants people to be fit and healthy, they want to change people’s ways. They help people get back to their...
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University of Phoenix Material
Effects of Mass Media Worksheet
Write brief 250-to 300-word answers to each of the following:
Questions | Answers |
What were the major developments in the evolution of mass media during the 20th century? | The evolution of mass media during the 20th century has had major developments such as the telephone, television, radio, newspaper, and Morse code. Morse code was the fastest way for people to communicate by telegram before the telephone. Once the telephone came about it made communication between people much more convenient vs. waiting on a telegram. This then led to the invention of cell phone that made communication even better because now people...
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Common SAT Essay Themes and Archetypes
The makers of the SAT use several themes from which they draw essay questions. By knowing these themes ahead of time, you can prepare several preplanned examples to use for each theme. For example, take Thomas Edison. He used over 6000 filaments before finding one that worked in the electric light bulb. You could use this example for essays on adversity, success, history, and progress. The following is a list of these themes and real examples of essay questions produced by the College Board. The questions have been paraphrased for simplicity, but they provide you with an idea of how the themes are recycled each year.
Do people benefit...
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Stereotypes are defined as characteristics that are associated to members of a specific social group or category, usually based on people assuming they have similarities because of their membership. The stereotype mostly envelops around typical social groups or individuals. Moreover, the stereotype is less of the objective perception and more of the subjective assumption without proof.
On the other hand, prejudice is more commonly known as a negative attitude towards people who belong to different social groups. It is usually a biased, and unfair judgment. Prejudice exaggerates the ideas of the social group segregation, and how people from different social groups behave differently.
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Slavery by another name and modern context
Slavery by another name is a documentary by Douglas A. Blackmon in which the American slave history has been narrated. In the video, it has narrated that freedom is one of the keen and basic rights of every human being. The American history has a dark period in which to be a black person is a crime. Firstly African Americans were enslaved by the white people in the start of the eighteenth century and a tiny amount of elite white people enslaved almost 4 million slaves and they are punished and lynched in the Alabama state. As the resolution passed, black people were given freedom and in 1870 they were awarded with equal citizenship and given by the...
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Malcolm London Story Essay.
I understand where Malcolm is coming from. He isn’t only speaking on education and our school system, but he is also speaking on today’s society. Some men are focused on woman while some women are focused on being something other than their selves to impress people. It’s hard for people who are having problems at home and for people who grew up without a father. I didn’t grow up with a father, but that didn’t bring me down people I have a mother. I never thought I was good enough for honors and AP classes, yet I have been in honors and currently have 2 AP classes. My high school education is very important because a lot of people are being criticized and are...
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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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Answer the following questions in 100-200 words each:
• What are the different ways in which we evaluate people?
One way that we evaluate people is by their personality and appearance. A person’s appearance is the first thing that we see followed by their personality. Although I think that people’s appearances can sometimes lead to stereotyping people. A stereotype is a set of characteristics presumed to be shared by all members of a social category. Stereotyping people is not always correct and you may be surprised once you get to know the person. This is why you will hear people say to try and make a good first impression. Many people will draw their own...
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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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Almost all human beings have believed the spiritual existence do exist and that somehow interact with people in their daily life. The common beliefs that there is another world where souls, spirits, demons and evil spirits dwelt the same way with the mortal people. Often they were described to be playful, silly but sometimes they cause illnesses and possess people. In the paper authored by Violet Villaroman-Bautista entitled Possession: Where Psychology, Culture and Theology Interface, she presented how psychologist should first understand how these beliefs developed within a culture and how they can affect the treatment of people with psychological disorders.
The idea that spirits can...
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How far was the Communist government of Lenin from 1917 - 1921 a government of the people?
Communism first occurred in Russia in 1917 due to Karl Marx’s vision of communism which was for the government could decide how much is made and what things in the country cost, everyone will be equal, education will be free to all, everyone will own everything(there will no longer be private property and farms will be collective ownership so will everything else, no more religion they believed that it distracted people from the “proper communism” beliefs and wanting people to concentrate on the country, everyone will work to their strengths. Many people believe it was the worst...
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What exactly is happiness and what can engender it? Though it is defined as the condition of being content, many people may have their own ideas of happiness. It is commonly thought of as having a lot of money, power, or fame. But can these things actually make people happy? Happiness is actually more than what most people think it is. It can be mysterious and exclusive, sought after by many, but not gained by all. Happiness can come from many different sources but perhaps the most closer ones are friends and family. Happiness resides not in transient possessions or gold, but instead in the conviction that we are loved. Happiness, which is often thought of as a fairly simple...
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Plastic surgery is common things among people nowadays. The cost incurred to do the surgery also not too expensive. Mostly we heard female are desired to do the plastic surgery but now men`s also desired to do the same thing. There are the reasons why people choose to have plastic surgery and the several risks involved.
The first reason why people choose to have plastic surgery is low of self-confident. As we know, have many factors why people feel like that such as their body appearance, ugly faces, and so on. Even though they always do exercise and try to cut their eating, their bodies still same and not have any improvement. As Van Dusen (2008) pointed out in her introduction, they...
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I believe the argument that Socrates made: “Wicked people have a bad effect upon those with whom they are in the closest contact” is valid, because you can become like someone who you are really close to, for example if you hang out a lot with your best friend, it is more likely that you became intentionally influenced by him/her, this might be in a good or bad way it varies and depends in the person. So if you are surrounded by wicked people you probably might end up being just like them but this is not always the case, some people have a very strong mind and personality that they stick with their personality no matter what.
The way I would apply this argument is by surrounding myself...
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Define Democracy Checkpoint
March 29, 2011
Dorthy A Logan
Democracy is a political structure. The people are allowed to vote on their government representatives and policy makers hoping to choose the right ones that will make good decisions for the people. Democracy is the way to peace having freedom and justice for all the people. That is what our country the United States is based on is freedom and it is we the people’s right. One of the freedoms includes the freedom of speech. Another right that we have is the right to vote. We the people have the right to a religion and we can live without having religious constraints. We have our right as long as we so do not infringe others...