Friday, May 31, 2019
Kidnapped Kidnapped Being Memoirs of the Adventures of David Balfour in the Year 1751 was written by Robert Louis Stevenson. Stevenson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1850. As a child increment up Stevenson was extremely sick and suffered from severe respiratory ailments which continually interrupted his schooling. As he grew up his relationship with his parents became more and more difficult. His father anticipate Robert to follow the family profession and become an engineer. Stevenson agreed to study law but rarely attended classes and studied literature quite. Motivated by his love for essay and need for a climate that suited his health needs Stevenson was continually departing. In the 1870s he traveled to France making money morose of essays and travel books. There he met Fanny Osbourne, a married American he soon fell in love with. Stevenson followed Fanny to California to arrange for her part and soon after the newly married couple move d back to Europe During the 1880s Stevenson wrote the novels that would make him famous. Treasure Island was the first book to set him off on his literary career in 1883. This book although written for a boys magazine is said to be more for an adult audience thats how or so of Stevensons books are, filled with romantic adventure and a grim reality. In 1886, Stevenson wrote two novels, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, one of his most famous works, and Kidnapped. Although received extremely by the critics Kidnapped was overshadowed by Jekyll and Hyde in the publics eye. Kidnapped is a story with fictional characters woven around true incidents. David Balfour is orphaned at nineteen and displace to his uncle to gain his inheritance. As he travels across the country to get to his uncles estate he learns that the people curse his name. When he gets to his uncles house instead of being greeted with a warm family welcome, his Uncle Ebenezer shuns him away. David refuses to leave and demands his inheritance and his uncle finally decides to take him in.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Christianity and Popular Culture In his classic work Christ and Culture, H. Richard Niebuhr asserts that the relationship between earnest followers of Jesus Christ and human finis has been an enduring problem.1 How should believers who are disciplining themselves for the purpose of godliness (1 Tim. 47) relate to a world whose culture is dominated by the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the bragging(prenominal) pride of aliveness (1 John 2 16)? Culture is Gods gift and task for human beings created in His image and likeness. At creation humanity received a cultural mandate from the sovereign Creator to have dominion over the earth and to cultivate and keep it (Gen. 126, 28 215). But sins cause are total, and culturewhether advanced, popular, or folkhas been corrupted thoroughly by rebellion, idolatry, and immorality. How, then, should Christians, who have been redeemed, not with perishable things like gold or silver . . . alone with precious blood, as of a lamb, unblemished and spotless, the blood of Christ (1 Pet. 118-19) live in relation to culture? According to Jesus in His high priestly prayer, believers are to be in the world but not of it (John 1711-16). But in what way? How do believers act in and interact with the crooked and perverse generation (Phil. 215) that surrounds them and of which they are a part?This is not an easy question, and yet the Church cannot avoid responding to it. Over the centuries, various Christian communities have developed alternative perspectives on this very influential Christ-culture connection. In the extreme, some believers have advocated a complete rejection of culture (Anabaptists, fundamentalists), while others at the resister end of the ecclesiastical spectrum ... ...se two extremes. It serves as an alternative to both manipulation and meaninglessness. It is an agency of common grace. Since TV manufactures audiences to sell products to, they cannot be manipulated as machines. They cannot be told that life is nihilistic. Rather, they must be entertained. So Jacobson sees a redemptive role for popular culture as an antidote to the present cultural mess. His advice is unique Turn your TV back on. You will find things worth watching and thinking about. He tells readers what to look for in a variety of programs, and even shows how expressions of grace can be found in Bufy the Vampire Slayer.Notes1.H. Richard Niebuhr, Christ and Culture (New York Harper and Row, Publishers, Harper Torchbooks, 1951), chap. 1.2.Richard J. Mouw, He Shines in All Thats Fair Culture and Common Grace (Grand Rapids Eerdmans, 2001), p. 9.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
The three essays, "Thank God For The Atom Bomb" by Paul Fussel, "Democracy" by Carl Becker, and "Chief Seattle Letter to President Pierce, 1855" be three different rhetorical modes of writing that exposits theoretical, personal reasoning on the realities of certain controversial historical topics. The main focus of the essays are in proving a steadfast view of an ambiguous subject through sarcastic criticism of opposing ideas and by applying clever use of irony the authors sentiments vary from imperialistic to anti-imperialistic, and from attesting to detesting a past event."Thank God For The Atom Bomb" is a straightforward imperialistic literature which analyzes cause and effect to justify the use of the Atomic go during World War 2. The author continuously criticizes the evil of the Japanese in an attempt to convince the reader why the "Japs" deserved what they got. He sites a Japanese pilot saying, "All Japanese must become soldiers a nd die for the Emperor" to prove his point that the general mentality of the enemy was just that "implacable, treacherous, barbaric"(p460), and savage. He consistently acknowledges his up-close experience with the war to inform the reader that he has sufficient basis for his analysis. But to reinforce his authenticity that his view is not just feature by himself, he borrows many statements and examples used by others who share his ideas. The U.S. war committee already drew out plans for a full-scale coastal polish up and that was about to take action anytime if the bomb was not to be dropped, an armed invasion on the mainland would call for a hellish massacre of unp personnel casualtyictable proportions on both the American and Japanese side. He noted a British observer saying "But for the atomic bombs, ... they would have annihilated the lot of us"(p457). Just preventing an anticipated one million American casualties was sufficient cause for the Nagasaki bomb that "led to peace"(p459).The effect of the bomb should be obvious that "the cleanup was all going to be over, and peace was actually going to be the state of things"(p462). Though not a very compassionate statement, it is true to the feature that the war was over and the killing has come to an end the reason being that the Japanese has already been killed. "We were going... ...ans dreams are hidden from us"(p409) concludes the sarcasm in referring to the white mans destructive motives as his endeavorous dream, something obscured from his inferior red counterpart.These three pieces of literature are exclusively fanatical essays preaching the oblivious humans of ethical errors in people and in the general society through different expository styles. All three rationalizes on ego superiority, the foundation of imperialism. barely their philosophies are not exactly conforming with one another. It can be derived from "Democracy" that the author disli kes people for labeling any fascist government as parliamentary - thus a superior state - to justify for unrelated wars or revolutions (i.e. the Nazi imperialism) while "Thank God For The Atom Bomb" attests American righteous-superiority during the peace-loving Wars and criticizes people who thinks his ideas imperialistic. Chief Seattle who detested against imperialism, can no doubt be seen as also possessing self superiority for it can be judged that he believes the red man to be superior, at least from a moral point of view. Therefore concludes the similarities and differences of the essays.
PicturesThe main conflict in the text is about having different religions. Its abouthow a little girl is having problems about understanding why she cant blushing mushroomreligious persons with dark skin. At school the teacher says that Amina can takethe picture to show her mom. Amina doesnt understand why it cant hang on thewall together with the other childrens. But the teacher gives another excuseand Amina "surrenders", and takes the picture home. But as her mother sees thepicture she tears it apart, and tells Amina to never say anything to Aminasfather and she tells Amina explicitly not to be sick anymore pictures of theProphet of Naz areth. It is obvious that Aminas mother is excite of how thefather will react if he sees that her daughter has painted people from the Bible.Amina and her family are muslims, thats why her mother cant accept the drawingAmina brings home. The reason why she doesnt want the father to know is thathes the dominant one in the family. Maybe t he mother is scared that he willpunish Amina, or maybe even the mother, for not bringing up her daughterproperly. Then Aminas mother teaches her to draw patterns from the Koran. Aminalikes to draw the patterns and she is no more confused. Next day at school,theyre all going to draw nice Christmas invoices. Amina draws the patterns thather mother has just taught her. The teacher tells her to draw people instead,and she throws away the Christmas card with patterns on it. Amina refuses todraw people, and reminds the teacher of what shed told Amina the other day. Theteacher tries to behave nice and convinces Amina that she will put Aminaspicture next to the others. During the two discussions the teacher and Aminaare having, the teacher is having a hard time justifying what she is actuallydoing. She gives no particular reason for telling Amina to take home the picture.Just as well as she gives no explanation for, why Amina cant draw patterns fromthe Koran. Instead she tries to flatter A mina by telling her that she is good atpainting. Even more confused, Amina draws people instead. At school shes toldto draw people from the Christian Bible and at home shes told thats wrong. Athome her mom tells her to draw patterns from the Muslim Koran, but when shecomes to school she is told to draw people, - no interview she is confused Theending is from the parents point of view very contradictive ( I assume that the
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Rating critical point Is this Shakespearean tragedy Hamlet at the top of the rating chart, or is it just near the top? This essay intends to examine various aspects of this subject, along with critical opinion. Could the enduring reputation of Hamlet be attributed to the ultimate form in which the Bard of Avon expressed his ideas? Robert B. Heilman says so in The Role We Give Shakespeare It is the way of venerable texts whose authenticity has impressed itself on the human imagination he has give tongue to many things in what seems an ultimate form, and he is a fountainhead of quotation and universal center of allusion. A rose by any other take a crap comes to the mouth as readily as Pride goeth before a fall, and seems no less wise. . . . The Ophelia-Laertes relationship is strongly felt near the end of Goethes Faust, Part I, and the Hamlet-Gertrude-Claudius triangle echoes throughout Chekhovs Sea Gull (24-25). This play is ranked by many as the very greatest ever written. C umberland Clark in The Supernatural in Hamlet gives the consensus regarding Hamlet that exists among literary critics of today At least six or seven years pass after the authorship of Midsummer Nights Dream before we find Shakespeare engaged on Hamlet, the second of the great plays with an important Supernatural element, and, in the opinion of many, the greatest tragedy ever penned. (99) There is no more exalted ranking than the above. Richard A. Lanham in the essay Superposed Plays maintains that no other English tragedy has generated the literary gossipmonger which this play has produced Hamlet is one of the great tragedies. It has generated more comment than any other written document in English literatu... ...iversity Press, 1965. Lanham, Richard A. Superposed Plays. Modern Critical Interpretations Hamlet. Ed. Harold Bloom. current York Chelsea House Publishers, 1986. Rpt. from The Motives of Eloquence Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance. N.p. Yale University Press, 1976 . Levin, Harry. General Introduction. The Riverside Shakespeare. Ed. G. Blakemore Evans. Boston Houghton Mifflin Co., 1974. Shakespeare, William. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1995. http//www.chemicool.com/Shakespeare/hamlet/full.html No line nos. Wright, Louis B. and Virginia A. LaMar. Hamlet A Man Who Thinks Before He Acts. Readings on Hamlet. Ed. Don Nardo. San Diego Greenhaven Press, 1999. Rpt. from The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Ed. Louis B. Wright and Virginia A. LaMar. N. p. Pocket Books, 1958.
Rating hamlet Is this Shakespearean tragedy Hamlet at the top of the rating chart, or is it just burn up the top? This essay intends to examine various aspects of this subject, along with critical opinion. Could the enduring reputation of Hamlet be attributed to the ultimate form in which the Bard of Avon show his ideas? Robert B. Heilman says so in The Role We Give Shakespeare It is the way of venerable texts whose authenticity has impressed itself on the human imagination he has said many things in what seems an ultimate form, and he is a fountainhead of quotation and universal center of allusion. A rose by any other name comes to the mouth as readily as Pride goeth before a fall, and seems no less wise. . . . The Ophelia-Laertes relationship is strongly felt near the end of Goethes Faust, Part I, and the Hamlet-Gertrude-Claudius triplicity echoes throughout Chekhovs Sea Gull (24-25). This play is ranked by many as the very greatest incessantly written. Cumberland Clark i n The Supernatural in Hamlet gives the consensus regarding Hamlet that exists among literary critics of today At least six or seven years pass after the writing of Midsummer nights Dream before we find Shakespeare engaged on Hamlet, the second of the great plays with an important Supernatural element, and, in the opinion of many, the greatest tragedy ever penned. (99) There is no more exalted ranking than the above. Richard A. Lanham in the essay Superposed Plays maintains that no other English tragedy has generated the literary comment which this play has produced Hamlet is one of the great tragedies. It has generated more comment than any other written document in English literatu... ...iversity Press, 1965. Lanham, Richard A. Superposed Plays. Modern Critical Interpretations Hamlet. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York Chelsea House Publishers, 1986. Rpt. from The Motives of suaveness Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance. N.p. Yale University Press, 1976. Levin, Harry. General Intro duction. The Riverside Shakespeare. Ed. G. Blakemore Evans. Boston Houghton Mifflin Co., 1974. Shakespeare, William. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1995. http//www.chemicool.com/Shakespeare/hamlet/full.html No line nos. Wright, Louis B. and Virginia A. LaMar. Hamlet A world Who Thinks Before He Acts. Readings on Hamlet. Ed. Don Nardo. San Diego Greenhaven Press, 1999. Rpt. from The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Ed. Louis B. Wright and Virginia A. LaMar. N. p. Pocket Books, 1958.
Monday, May 27, 2019
Ok Ill pick you up at nineThanks see ya posteriorAs she hangs up the phone her mother lightly taps on the door to her room. She strolls in with a mixed look of worry and annoyance on her face. She takes an almighty breath waiting for the inevitable argument she is about to have with her mother.Ok Ill pick you up at nineThanks see ya subsequentlyAs David puts the phone down he feels a small drop of sweat trickle down the side of his face. He decides to open the window and as he does so a numbing blast of freezing winter air thrusts through the open window. Whilst David is checking the local cinema listings for a film that he and Louise can watch, the first snow flake of winter falls to the ground outside the house nestling on a fallen leaf in a flash melting and running onto a small spider that is hiding from the cold trying to keep warm.The room lights up suddenly from the TV set, the curtains drawn, and the cat provide and watered, Louise locks the door and continues down her g arden path. Suddenly Louise slips on an unforeseen ice patch, snapping on of the heels of her shoe, she knew wearing high heels was going to be a bad pickaxDavid climbed into his car and turned the heaters on so that when Louise got in it would be nice and warm. This was Davids first car, a Ford Escort and it was his pride and joy, his baby that he looked after(prenominal) and cared for as if it had it owns life.Louise walks down the slippery side path and ahead of her she notices a small pigeonholing of boys, no onetime(a) than 14 or 15, she thinks shall I go another way? But decides she will be fine. As she approaches them one boy notices her walking their way and alerts his mates to her presence. As she gets closer she realises they were much older than she first thought. At about 6ft tall a piece the boys began to spread out as she got closer. Being polite Louise says thank you ands walks by but she feels a sudden grab of her arm and a freezing shock shoots all over her body .David tears down the country lanes heading for Louise, although he doesnt know what was hap to her, he can almost feel that all is not right. Not far now until he is with Louise, the speedometer increasing rapidly. What he doesnt notice is the guard car slowly catching up with him, sirens blaring until David quickly checks his mirrors and notices the blue flashing light. Two things go through his mind, Do I stop? Or Do I get to Louise and face the consequences later? Unfortunately he chooses to wrong thought as he sped up to 75mph in a 30 mph zone. The inevitable happens. David collides with a parked car as he flies round a blind corner, he dies on impact.Louise struggles away from the group of boys and runs as fast as she can, aware of an ambulance screeching past her. Louise could hear the muffled sound of the ambulance radio and hears the words David and Ford Escort. She panics and gets her mobile out to natter him, but her phone is dead. Heart racing she runs down the street to the nearest phone box puts the money in, dials the number only to have a soldiery answer the phone. The man explains he is a police officer and David was involved in a fatal car accident.Her face turns as pale as a ghost, her hands a cold as ice and her legs turn to jelly as she replaces the receiver. She falls to floor huddles up in the corner of the phone booth sobbing and wondering what she has done to deserve this pain she was now suffering.
Sunday, May 26, 2019
The circumstance given depicts how important currency discounts be when looked into in real life. The latter compels debtors to pay on time their liabilities and when they do so, gaining deductions on their pay adequates to sensation or several persons (their creditors). Accordingly, it excessively showcases some alternation of standards as businesspersons become more(prenominal) aware on how to manage or manipulate the said deductions.Like in the given situation wherein the immediate earnings discounts were still recorded though paid after the discount period where the business blamed the mail room or the post office for the delay (using the long process the reason of default of payment). Most likely, in that given case, only a few portion of the gold discount will be exhausted against complaint which, I think, is an advantage to the creditor (from 4% cash discount to 3% because of delay) since that does not completely exhaust the totality of cash discount.Moreover, debtors often recognize and accept that cause making the full payment still f each(prenominal) on the discount period though was actually paid beyond it. So the firm, instead of paying their debts on proper time (w/ discount), extends their actual payment on it using the bills to some more transactions that involves credit terms or agreement. Ulysses, being a new employee of the comp whatever, would merely adhere or hold on into that special norm discussed to him by Lavares that norm that exempts some of our deemed knowledge pertaining a particular business concept.Most firms, especially the low earning one, will most likely be induced by such having their reason Other businesses do it anyway (Peer pressure) and the thinking that it is so possible and somehow licit. Given these beneficial advantages doing such, it is still best to comply with things in good faith or on what is cover (payment on the proper discount period). By that, at least, he would assure that he will not have a hard time when sleeping at night. Discussion 1. What are the ethical considerations in this case? Again, it is still best for debtors to pay their debts deep down the proper discount period (safety of self and of business).Taking into account these ethical considerations that must be observed or else the firm will suffer their gibe consequences, we may assert to the potential-onerous nature that incompliance of debtor may bestow. Given the fact that creditors may demand for disclosure on certain parts of his debtors record, the latter should at least be prepared and has a good reason out of that, should be able to expound something important on it (allowing the cash discount), and maybe present tangible proofs that is suitable and reasonable or else he would suffer the thing plus damages.Given the rights in fully examining the record (by feel into the ledger account of cash to check if the debtor really paid within the discount period), the creditor may know if the debtor truly paid o n that day or not. Another point here will be the need of creditors of money on the last date of discount period. Since no money was received by him, it is apparent that he somehow suffered something (for instance he also has a debt to someone).And the proper or just remedy for that will be the cancellation also of the cash discount he provided his debtors (those who pay beyond the discount period and continue to blame the post office, etc to sustain the cash discount). The problem in those considerations is that only a few applies it. They just keep everything, the operations, fast and in line with their competitors and clients needs without concern to the fundamental principles they should be applying (knowing only is insignificant).2. Who are the stakeholders that are harmed or benefited in this situation? Debtors, given the latter, should also keep in mind that the in time when they are now in the position of a creditor allotting cash discounts, there is a great possibility of t hem encountering such that would also delay the proper date of payment yet still acquire the cash discount through excuses and reasons. Here, it would be prejudice if the creditor would not allow such because he himself actually did the same(p) in time he was a debtor.This implies the practicality at present that most would consider or acknowledge cash discounts even if they are paid a bit late, depending on the situation. Again, the aggregate of entice is here that forces creditors to let off not-on-time payments. Having that context, we may arrive or be aware that there are persons benefiting and not benefiting from it. Those who benefit from it in general would be the debtors. They are the persons pardoned from the delay in payment or just suffer a small reduction in the discount rate agreed.Another benefit out of that would be the base that they could stimulate more the inflows and outflows of the firms money. Those merchandising firms that issue charge sales invoice in most of his transactions often benefit from these (large receivables all subject to cash discount). Accordingly, creditors are persons harmed out of it. Harm here would depend on the need of creditor for money because again, there are cases where payment to one is depended upon the payment of another.If the creditor was not able to pay his creditor and get the discount amount because of no payment of his debtor, the best remedy would also be the cancellation of the latters right to cash discount. Having all that, we may deem that those who are new to these kinds of things and ideas would most likely be harmed. 3. Should Ulysses continue the practice dismayed by Philmon? Does he have any choice? In the beginning, yes, he should continue the practice started by Philmon.He must, at first, look and understand more the situation the firm is confronting and all of the matters in it with regard to the department he was placed in. In time he already knows all of the business complexities and s uch he may now start to consider himself worthy and commence to petition for amendment or proposition of things and ideas (innovation) in accordance to what he deems more appropriate and more ethical relying on his comforting knowledge about the matter and to somewhat make it correspond more with the ethical considerations discussed earlier.Looking at the choices he has given this situation, I think he has many. If he often feels insecure working on such idea that it may be licit or not, he would not be able to perform well his job on the firm and would preferably be placed in another firm that usually just do the same thing. Given that reality, it is still best just to go on with it and slowly make the things better via recommendations, proposals, etc. Recommendation First would be for the firm to pass and dispose all its late payments and pay them instead on time.Then focus on things the business could lend or give credit to (maximizing the hazard to supply loan). So in the rig ht time, they would start getting their desired money on hand sufficient to cover what they will provide their debtors. asunder from security, doing such may give a good psychological effect to workers like Ulysses who engages in preparing and dating of checks. Having such in place of work, the continuous essence of motivation will more likely be observed and raised leading operations in a more productive form. Additionally, innovations, leadership, teamwork, and the like would also rise.
Saturday, May 25, 2019
qualitative Versus Quantitative investigate There has been a large amount of complex intelligence and argument surrounding the topic of research methodology and the theory of how studies should push forward. Majority of this debate has centered on the issue of qualitative versus quantitative study. polar methods become popular at different social, political, historical and cultural times in our development, and, both methods have their strengths and weaknesses. The researcher and/or the culture of the organization is a key factor in preferred choice of methods.Data can be quantitative or qualitative. Quantitative selective information answer questions like how many? or how frequently, and ar measured/reported on a numerical scale, permitting categorization of pooled data, numerical reporting, statistical analysis and mathematical modeling. Qualitative data be non-numerical. Qualitative research seeks to analyze verbal discourse through interviews, written documents, or particip atory field observations. This paper will break d throw both qualitative and quantitative methods individually to explain to each one one in depth.Also a chart will be included to read and see the features of each side by side. In conclusion of the paper will be an example of both methods being used to chthonicstand how women felt about obtain at QuickStop stores and why. As researchers Ulin, Robinson, and Tolley (2006) have explained, three or so common qualitative methods ar instrumentalist observation, in-depth interviews, and focus groups (p. 2. * Participant observation is appropriate for collecting data on naturally occurring behaviors in their usual contexts. In depth interviews are optimal for collecting data on individuals personal histories, perspectives, and experiences, particularly when sensitive topics are being explored. * Focus groups are effective in eliciting data on the cultural norms of a group and in generating broad overviews of issues of concern to the cultural groups or subgroups represented. Qualitative methods are typically more flexible and allow more interaction between the researcher and the study participant.For example, qualitative methods, ask mostly open-ended questions that are not necessarily worded in exactly the same way with each participant. In regards to open-ended questions, participants are free to respond in their own words rather than simply yes or no. Also in qualitative methods, the relationship between the researcher and the participant is often less testicle than in quantitative research. Participants have the opportunity to respond more elaborately and in greater detail than is typically the case with quantitative methods.Open-ended questions have the tycoon to provide responses that are * Meaningful and culturally salient to the participant * Unanticipated by the researcher * Rich and explanatory in nature The three most common sampling methods in qualitative research purposive sampling, quota samplin g, and snowball sampling. Purposive sampling, one of the most common sampling strategies, groups participants according to preselected criteria relevant to a particular research question. In quota sampling, while designing the study how many people with characteristics to include as participants.The criteria used is to focus on people that we take would be most likely to experience, know about, or have insights into the research topic. A third type of sampling, snowballing likewise known as chain referral sampling. In this method, participants with whom contact has already been made use their social networks to refer the researcher to other people who could potentially participate in or contribute to the study. fit in to Carroll (2010), qualitative studies frequently use primary data (e. g. interviews), others involve analysis of media reports and other secondary data sources. For example, community attitudes about road safety index be explored through interviews (primary data) or by analyzing newspaper articles on rights of bicyclists (secondary data). (pg. 3480). Quantitative research can be defined as a means for scrutiny objective theories by examing the relationship among variables. The variables will then be measured, typically on instruments, so that numbered data can be analyzed using statistical procedures.According to Creswell (2008), the final written report has a set structure consisting of introduction, literature and theory, methods, results, and discussion (p. 4). You measure variables on a sample of subjects, which can be tissues, cells, animals, or humans. You then express the relationship between variable using effect statistics, such as correlations, relative frequencies, or differences between means. Features of Qualitative & Quantitative research Qualitative Quantitative The aim is complete, detailed description. The aim is to classify features, count them, and construct statistical models in an attempt to explain what is observed. tec may only(prenominal) know roughly in advance what he/she is looking for. tec knows clearly in advance what he/she is looking for. Recommended during earlier phases of research projects. Recommended during last mentioned phases of research projects. The design emerges as the study unfolds. All aspects of the study are carefully designed before data is collected. Researcher is the data gathering instrument. Researcher uses tools, such as questionnaires or equipment to collect numerical data. Data is in the form of words, pictures or objects. Data is in the form of numbers and statistics. Subjective-individuals interpretation of events is important, e. g. , uses participant observation, in-depth interviews etc. Objective seeks precise measurement & analysis of target concepts, e. g. , uses surveys, questionnaires etc. Qualitative data is more rich, time consuming, and less able to be generalized. Quantitative data is more efficient, able to test hypotheses, but may m iss contextual detail. Researcher tends to become subjectively immersed in the subject matter. Researcher tends to remain objectively separated from the subject matter. (the two quotes are from Miles & Huberman (1994, p. 40). Qualitative Data Analysis) An example with qualitative and quantitative research project was designed to understand how women felt about shopping at QuickStop stores and why. This research project was completed by Chris Hawkes, a Senior Market Researcher at MarketResearch101. At whatsoever point a staff member realized that QuickStop seemed to be patronized by many more men than women.About two dozen current or potential female customers were paid to come into a research facility to discuss the use of convenience stores in general, and later in the interviews the discussion was direct specifically to QuickStop convenience stores, in particular. Studies showed that women viewed the convenience stores to be primarily for men, with little or no consideration fo r women. The bathrooms were believed to be the dirtiest that could be found in the city. It was also viewed as the kind of place for a man to buy gas, and to buy a six-pack of cheap beer and cigarettes.Once the management team had an understanding of what issues they faced they unavoidable to use quantitative research to get numbers. For the quantitative research they conducted 250 telephone interviews with a combination of female respondents. Over 76% of all female QuickStop customers were women under 30 years old, without children. The good news is 64% who did not use QuickStop said that if these stores were to update their color schemes, clean up their bathrooms and update their health and womanish products they would be willing to try QuickStop again.In general when conducting two phases of research its most often the case that the qualitative research phases is conducted first as a lead-in. Qualitative research tends to help the management team understand the underlying issue s, and then the second phase (quantitative in this case) helps to understand how pervasive these feelings/attitudes are among a certain target audience. References Carroll, Linda (2010). Levels of Reconstruction as complementarity in Mixed Methods Research A Social Theory-Based Conceptual Framework for Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Research.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. (p. 3480). Creswell, John (2008). Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches. Research Design, Third Edition. (p. 4). Hawkes, Chris (2011). Retrieved from http//www. streetdirectory. com/travel_guide. Miles & Huberman (1994). Qualitative Data Analysis. Retrieved from http//www. gifted. uconn. edu/siegle/research/Qualitative/qualquan. htm Priscilla, Ulin. , Elizabeth, Robinson. , & Elizabeth, Tolley (2006). Qualitative Research methods A Data Collectors Field Guide. Qualitative Methods in Public Heatlh.
Friday, May 24, 2019
The Odwalla corporation, a fruit juice producer based in California has al shipway been a staunch supporter of natural mathematical products, though sadly those natural products created a deadly risk to at least 71 people in the pass off of 1996. The accompany was linked to a large number of products containing apple juice that was tainted by the deadly e-coli O157H7 bacteria.The death of a 16-month-old child in Evans, atomic number 27 was the first of many illnesses that were directly linked to the companys products, most of which contained tainted apple juice. In fact the company ended up recalling 70% of its total product on the shelves in the United States and Canada. (Mogel, 2002, p. 222) The outbreak had been swift and the company is often praised for its quick and particularly humanitarian response to the situation. The marketing campaign they embarked on with the facilitate of a marketing crisis management team is actually award winning.At the time of the crisis, Odwalla appe atomic number 18d to do everything right. It responded to what it called a freak occurrence by pulling the laughable juice and offering to pay medical expenses. The quick recall and its warm and fuzzy image prompted favorable comparisons with Johnson and Johnson for its handling of the Tylenol incident.The initial response to the caper is crucial to the marketing arena as it is a way in which businesses green goddess see in a recent strategic situation the ways in which marketing can affect crisis management positively for a company in dire straits. Though the eventual court rulings and the findings of an inquiry did not match the public personification associated with the crisis marketing it did save the company from almost sure disaster that would likely lead to the company folding in disgrace. sure as shooting if the information that was discovered during the investigation, made by the courts had been available to the public during the crisis the company and its founder s would have lost everything.Odwalla pleaded guilty to criminal charges of selling tainted apple juice. It paying(a) a $1.5 million fine, the largest ever assessed in a food diligence case by the Food and Drug Administration. Federal investigators now suggest that Odwalla had regularly accepted blemished fruit and ignored warnings by its own safety team. Moreover, as sales plummeted 90 part, company officials maintained an inside/outside outline covering up company malfeasance while positioning Odwalla as a victim along with those who it had poisoned.Though the ethics of the situation are suspect from a business standpoint they were crucial in the future success of the company. Industry standards have since changed a great deal and Odwalla quickly stepped in line with manufacture standards for pasteurizing its product, something that they had long resisted but eventually in 2002 became an FDA requirement excluded only by tough labeling laws, warning consumers of the unpasteuri zed nature of a product. Though there are still suspicions associated with the situation, the right answers to tough crisis marketing can be found in the case studies of the situation.Odwalla acted immediately. Although at the point where they were first notified the link was uncertain, Odwallas CEO Stephen Williamson reproducible a complete recall of all products containing apple or carrot juice. This recall covered around 4,600 retail outlets in 7 states. Internal travail teams were formed and mobilized, and the recall costing around $6.5m was completed within 48 hours. What the company didnt do was to avoid responsibility. On all media interviews, Williamson expressed sympathy and repent for all those affected and immediately promised that the company would pay all medical costs. This, allied to the prompt and comprehensive recall, went a long way towards satisfying customers that the company was doing all it could.The intended publics of the communications associated with th e e-coli crisis all received the information the company intended to convey, including eventual fault in production, though this was after the crisis had been dealt with and didnt receive frequently air time.The intended publics received notification of the recall and everything that was being done to ensure that the problem would stop there, including impudently plans of action for flash pasteurization as headspring as a new policy associated with new industry wide changes eventually implemented by the FDA.The FDA began implementing further guidelines that required juice producers to draw a specific reduction of bacteria in their juice. It is this law that has now, after years of discussion and public comment periods, come into effect. This is not a pasteurization law, it is a bacteria reduction law that requires juice producers to reduce the bacteria in their juice and to develop a HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) ashes that ensures they stay records that would among other things, enable proper recalls and trace backs if the need arose.The industry has since implemented a great deal of the new standards and come into compliance with a system that will greater protect the public. In a sense the outcome could be considered the legacy of the crisis as Odwalla has continued to be a loss leader in the field of food safety technology implementation that is often used as a model for other crisis situations.The success of the story can be seen in a recent work detailing the award Odwalla and its crisis management marketing firm receivedAn independent AOL survey showed that 86 percent of online respondents supported Odwalla and would return as consumers. Other surveys showed 94% of those polled were aware of the E. coli outbreak 96% of those aware approved of Odwallas handling of the crisisOdwalla successfully reintroduced products after the recall, and continues to introduce new products at a normal rate (Mogel, 2002, p. 226)Additionally th e financial as well as consumer confidence issue is still one that is reviewed by industry leaders as they are more likely in todays climate to create at least a minimal plan for the potential of such a problem within their own business. Odwalla also showed specific crisis management skills, with the help of their crisis consultants in their ability to quickly reach their internal as well as external publics as they instituted an internal open door policy accompanied by a collective meetings that are still held today to keep the internal public abreast with current needs and shortfalls in the company, as quickly as possible.Internal communications were key Williamson conducted regular company-wide conference calls on a daily basis, giving employees the chance to ask questions and get the latest information. This approach proved so popular that the practice of quarterly calls survived the crisis. (CSR case studies in crisis management Odwalla, 2006, at http//www.mallenbaker.net/csr/ CSRfiles/crisis05.html)Financial markets responded to the communications effort stock price was $19 prior to the crisis, dropped to $9 immediately after, and has risen to $13. (Mogel, 2002, p. 226)All the intended publics were clearly communicated with the best possible outcome the company could have foreseen at the beginning of the crisis. wholeness point of intrigue is also associated with the avenues that were used in this crisis, during the information age.One important element in this crisis management situation is that even as early as November 1996, Edelman and Odwalla took full advantage of the Internet to give reporters and consumers immediate rile to information about the recall. Although Odwalla did not have a corporate or promotional Web site, the companys crisis-related site was up and running within 48 hours. base on its experience in the Odwalla case, Edelman PR has developed an online response product that enables clients to establish crisis preparedness sites on their Intranets. (Mogel, 2002, p. 227)The technology of the day was utilized to its fullest, in summation to a multimedia campaign explaining to those who had the product that was recalled to dispose of it and also telling customers and those affected of their intention to produce accountability with regard to the crisis.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Most people in the capitalist west take it for grant that what they refer to as the Moslem founding is recognized most for marginalization and mistreatment of women and girls (Arebi, 99). This belief runs so deep that some westerners are shocked at the aspect of Muslim women travelling alone or freely dressed (El-Ghobashy, 110). While the grounds for this belief may dupe been less shaky centuries ago, women in the Arab world have been taking more active leadership at all levels, rising to become national leaders in such countries as Pakistan, misfire and the former Yugoslavia (Caprioli & Boyer, 506).The West, and the relatively young Israel, have attacked the Arab world on numerous occasions and not surprisingly, their soldiers are currently occupying Iraq and Afghanistan. The occupying soldiers have been blamed for imposing curfews, sexual assault, beating and humiliating the locals, shooting and injuring parents and their children, and closing border crossings at will (Dubi nsky, Krull, Lord, Mills & Rutherford, 16 Mbembe, 39). It is not surprising that a large percentage of Americans are suspicious of Muslims (Asad, 97).Predictably, men in the Middle East have dominated the counter-assault on occupying forces, using such tactics as guerilla attacks, landmines, bombs and suicide attacks. However, women have not taken the backseat they would have been expected to take a century ago (Massad, 469). In resistance to occupation forces and the consequent assault on their culture, thousands of Muslim women have welcomed extremist anti-West ideas and proceeded to attack the occupying soldiers (Crossette, 39). Granted that women attract less suspicion, they make choice suicide bombers.According to Asad (94), the life of an Arab is far cheaper than an Israelis, according to the Israelis. It is not odd that the latter kills Arabs in their hundreds for every one Israeli killed. Arab women have been direct and indirect victims of these attacks. It is to defend thei r people against Israeli- and Western-inspired attacks that more and more women have joined the combat ranks of extremist organizations. Arab women have also led aggressive resistance political campaigns to champion their causes with varying levels of success (Hasso, 90).Thousands of Arab women have sought high-level information in the west and have initiated campaigns of resistance against the attacks aimed at the Arabs. Bibliography Arebi, S. gender Anthropology in the Middle East The Politics of Muslim Womens Misrepresentation. The American Journal of Muslim Social Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1991 pp 91-108. Asad, T. Talal Asad on Suicide Bombing. Caprioli, M. & Boyer, M. Gender Violence, and International Crisis. Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 45, No. 4, August 2001 pp 503-518. Crossette, B.Militancy Living in a manhood Without Women. The New York Times, November 4, 2001. Dubinsky, K. , Krull, C. , Lord, S. , Mills, S. & Rutherford, S. (Eds). New World Coming The Sixties and the Shaping of Global Consciousness. Toronto Between the Lines, 2009. El-Ghobashy. Quandaries of Representation. Hasso, F. Resistance, Repression, and Gender Politics in Occupied Palestine and Jordan. Massad, J. Conceiving the Masculine Gender and Palestinian Nationalism. Middle East Journal, Vol. 49, No. 3 (1995) pp 467-483. Mbembe, A. Necropolitics. Public Culture 15(1), 2003. Pp 11-40.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Motivating athletes is one of the major problems a coach faces. Even the most talented athlete will not perform to his full potential difference if not properly motivated. Coaches have sought to define what motivates an athlete and what hampers it for courses. demand directly influences an athletes performance. It sets his mood and outlook towards the game or competition. It determines his take of dedication to the sport. Motivation does not only affect the individual shrink fromer merely also his aggroup. It is important that all the members of the team be motivated respectively to ensure team motivation.Motivation rotter also shift. An athlete who was highly motivated at the start of the season may find that his drive to play is dwindling. It is these problems that coaches need to address. This paper tackles the problem of motivating collegiate student-athletes. The key areas of focus will be defining the best type of motivation for collegiate student-athletes and buildin g a structure to incorporate motivation into the coachs overall program by using the proper tools of goal setting and visualization. A.Intrinsic Motivation Motivation can take two forms extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic motivation involves engaging in an activity as a means to an suppress (Higgins & Trope, 1986). This end referred to by Higgins & Trope (1986), take the form of rewards. Factors like popularity, trophies, jackets or jerseys identifying the wearer as part of a sports team, extrinsically motivate student-athletes. While extrinsic motivation is a healthy start, it does not ensure the consistent and long term drive coaches seek for (Schone, 2008).Intrinsic motivation, on the other hand, refers to the drive of a student to engage in an activity because he wants to (Taylor & Wilson, 2005). The satisfaction derived from playing the game itself is the motivating factor. As Burton and Raedeke (2008) put it, intrinsically motivated athletes play for the love of the game. It is this type of motivational milieu that coaches should create for their athletes. How does a coach action such an environment?According to Martens (2004), sports psychologists have identified the two key needs of an athlete having fun and timbre worthy. Having Fun Burton and Raedeke (2008) explained that having fun and gear uping skills were rated as the top reasons wherefore athletes participate in a sport. On the other hand, Garret (2008) pointed out that one of the reasons why female student-athletes quit sports is because the experience ceased being fun. Having fun does not mean goofing around. Fun is striking a balance between skill and challenge (Burton & Raedeke, 2008).Without that balance, the solution would either be boredom, where the skill outweighs the challenge, or anxiety, where the challenge outweighs the skill (United States Tennis Association, 2004). Therefore, it is the job of the coach to identify the level of skill of each player and develop a challengin g training program that will develop the teams skills but not overwhelm them. Following are some ship canal suggested by numerous writers (e. g. Burton & Raedeke, 2008 Garret, 2008 La Prath, 2008) to keep training fun ? Offer variety. Make practices stimulating by varying the exercises and drills given to the athletes.Do not take a leak the training program a routine. Consistency is important however introducing changes will keep athletes sharp. It also helps to change the practice environment. Holding training sessions at the set down or in a park preferably of the school gymnasium will be enjoyable for student-athletes. ? Keep all players busy. Make sure that everyone is doing something instead of waiting for long periods of time for his or her turn to practice. Breaks in between practice should be short as well. Giving athletes too much tuck in time increases boredom.To make sure everyone is participating break the team in to groups where each group is given a specific activ ity to do or made to compete against each other. Following the first tip, make the groupings diverse. Groupings can be done according to skill or even according to year level or favorite sports celebrity. ? Involve the team. Listening to the inputs or opinions of a student-athlete can help improve not only the performance of the team but also of the coach. It also gives the athlete a sense of investment in the team, ensuring the maintenance of his interest in the sport and in his team.Coaches can involve student-athletes by offering a practice day where the players themselves can devise their own training program. Giving the team an opportunity to formulate strategies to win the game is some other way. Even simple things like letting them design their own jackets or jerseys will give them a sense of involvement in the decision fashioning process. ? Give the team time to play. For every training session allot time for the team to play without receiving instruction or evaluation fro m the coach.Give the athletes a chance to engross themselves in the game. Hearing constant instruction hampers experience of flow. ? Train student-athletes to cope with pains. It is inevitable that an athlete will experience stress. Pressure to achieve in both sports and academics is high in a competitive college environment. The athlete must learn how to deal with this and manage the anxiety accompanied with it. Coping with stress can be done through affirmation, positive reinforcement, and teaching a student that down time is also vital to their health.An hour of rest can energize a student. Sleeping at the correct time and for the proper length of time, eating the right food and taking the appropriate vitamins are ways to minimize stress. ? Incorporate teambuilding activities. Important in team sports is getting the individual players in sync with each other. Without activities that foster friendships you would not have a team but a group of individuals playing together. Buildin g camaraderie would not only enhance the performance of the team but the individual players as well.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
The mesosystem is the second structure within Bronfenbrenners fond ecological model. Bowes & Hayes (1999) describe the mesosystem as the interrelationships amongst the indivuduals in the microsystem. There is direct collaboration between the individual and their relationships between their microsystem, their behaviors, expectations and values may differ with unlike experiences (Bowes, Grace & Hayes 2012). Regarding my vitality history transition, the relationships between blank space and school within the microsystem became stressful, do a negative impact on myself. Though when looking at figure 2, it is evident that after the stressors had ceased, a strong positive relationship occurred. This sample highlights how a negative relationship between two aspects of the microsystem can dramatically change and become a powerful mesosytem agents to the individual nitty-grittying their development. Other indirect relationships that serene effect the individual are seen in the exosys tem.Garbarino (1992) describes the exosystem as a setting in which the individual is not directly involved with, but still has an effect on them through the meso or microsystem. In terms of my life transition, the relationship with my father and his workplace from figure 1 does not affect me directly, though payable to this my relationship with my father lessened throughout my transition to University for his working hours increased causing us to spend less time together.The outer most relationships shown in figures 1 and 2 are known as the macrosystem. According to Bowes, Grace & Hayes (2012) the macro system is the broad societal or ethnic contexts, cultural beliefs systems and values that are passed through our micro and mesosystems. An physical exertion of my personal transition is the g all overnment fundings for rural students to study away from home which allowed my financial transition to be much smoother. The last key structure to Bronfenbrenner social ecological model i s known as the chronosystem. The chronosystem emphasizes the individuals changes or in any of the ecological contexts of development over time (Shaffer & Kipp 2006). An example of my personal transition that was undertaken was the sudden death of my father. It not only changed myself as an individual, but willcontinue to affect my across my life span.Harms (2010) created another multidimensional approach within Bronfenbrenners model which takes the individuals inner world into consideration as well as their environment. Both Harms and Bronfenbrenners models unwrap that though there are different dimensions of the models, they are some(prenominal) connected to each other in multiple ways. Gibsons theoretical framework is another example of a perspective in human development. Both Bronfenbrenner and Gibsons theories involved the concept of there being a strong relationship between the individual and their environment, both have aspects that are focused in change over time Tudge, Gr ay, & Hogan (1997). Developmental niche is another example of a model based upon different dimentions. Harkness & Super, (1994) define a developmental niche as two processes that are unique to an individual. It is based upon three basic components, the physical and social settings, culturally correct customs and the psychology of the individual an example of a developmental niche would be the individual and their close friends as it was formed from mutual interests. In addition, the relationships between the structures of an individuals microsystem can also impact in a similar way.Furthermore when discussing individual development, the concepts of resilience and vulnerability must be seen as factors. In terms of my personal transition, I would haveoriginally been seen as vulnerable, though due to increasing protective factors such as new relationships being formed from my microsystem level, I then would have been deemed resilient as I was able to thrive and adapt to the new change (Miller, Osbahr, Boyd, Thomalla, Bharwani, Ziervogel, & Nelson 2010).Life transitions occur in individuals lives due to a psychological or environmental change in a particular time in their life. My personal transition that is being discussed was the move from highschool and my home town, to moving to Bendigo and commence University studies. Bronfenbrenners ecological model was used to demonstrate the changed faced in terms of Microsystems, Mesosystems, Exosystem and Macrosystems. There are many other contributing factors that operate an individual and their life changes,from other theories such as Harms model, as well as Gibsons, to the vulnerability or resilience of the individual. When taking all these aspects into my personal transition, it is all the way shown that my relationships, psychological state and environment have all ended as positive and thus becoming a positive transition.ReferencesBerry, J. O. (1995). Families and deinstitutionalization An application of Bronfenb renners social ecology model. Journal of Counseling & Development,73(4), 379-383. Bowes, J, M., Hayes, A. (1999). Children, families and communities contexts and consequences. Melbourne Oxford University Press. Bowes, J., Grace, R,. & Hayes, A. (2012). The role of context in childrens development. Retrieved from http//0-www.lib.latrobe.edu.au.alpha2.latrobe.edu.au/ereserve/copyright2014/4140321.pdfBronfenbrenner, U. (1999). Environments in developmental perspective Theoretical and operational models. Measuring environment across the life span Emerging methods and concepts, 3-28. Bronfenbrenner, U. (1997). Ecological models of human development. Readings on the development of children, 1993, 37-43. Garbarino, J. (1992). Children and families in the social environment (2nd ed.). New York Aldine de Gruyter. Harkness, S., & Super, C. M. (1994). The developmental niche A theoretical framework for analyzing the household production of health. Social science & medicine, 38(2), 217-226. Har ms, L (2010) Understanding human development a multidimensional approach. Oxford University Press. Miller, F., Osbahr, H., Boyd, E., Thomalla, F., Bharwani, S., Ziervogel, G., & Nelson, D. (2010). Resilience and vulnerability complementary or contrasted concepts?. Ecology & society, 15(3).Rosa, E. M., & Tudge, J. (2013). Urie bronfenbrenners theory of human development Its evolution from ecology to bioecology. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 5(4), 243-258. doihttp//dx.doi.org/10.1111/jftr.12022 Shaffer, D., & Kipp, K. (2006). Developmental psychology Childhood and adolescence. Cengage Learning Swick, K. J., & Williams, R. D. (2006). An compend of Bronfenbrenners bio-ecological perspective for early childhood educators Implications for working with families experiencing stress. Early Childhood Education Journal, 33(5), 371-378.Tudge, J., Gray, J., & Hogan, D. M. (1997). Ecological perspectives in human development A comparison of Gibson and Bronfenbrenner. Comparisons in human d evelopment Understanding time and context, 72-105.
Monday, May 20, 2019
Do you think there were more proceedss or disadvantages to being part of a large family in the past? I think that there are advantages but also disadvantages.It is an advantage because the family is a present that God gives to us for any the life, we build to take care of it and make it stronger as the years pass they are our support always, in good and bad moments, even when we dont ask for help they are there giving a hand. We can count with them at all times, with no exceptions because there is a blood tie but also, and more important, there is an affective beat which is stronger than any other link in the world. On the other hand, there are some disadvantages too. control moredisadvantages of small familyWhen there is a conflict in the family, lot can separate for a while because you need to calm down, take a breath and think the things well. Another weak exhibit is to agree in a meeting point, because putting together a big amount of people is hard, taking into account th e different activities and responsibilities of each individual For example In a birthday, in Christmas, for vacations or in any special date. I also consider that is a disadvantageous circumstance when we redeem a problem with a member of the family, and the rest of it starts criticizing you. Another difficulty can be presented when a family (mom and dad) have a lot of kids, and a bad economic situation, because of lack of food and lots of discomforts. In conclusion I can say that having a large family has a lot of benefits, but we have to deal with little problems that could be present with time.
Sunday, May 19, 2019
IndividualAssigning Evaluation and Management (E/M) Codes1. Initial consultation for a 78-year-old woman with undetermined weight loss, abdominal pain, and rectal bleeding. Comprehensive history and examination performed.99205This history and examination were comprehensive and dealt with some(prenominal) body systems, so 99205 is the better E/M law to use. 2. 30-year-old uncomplaining presents complaining of flu-like symptoms characterized by salmagundiless cough, sinus pain, and thick nasal discharge. Examination reveals bronchitis and sinus infection. Patient is prescribed a five-day course of Zithromax.99202The character does not distinguish whether the patient of was a new or an established patient. Without this knowledge, I would use the code 99202. 3. Established patient on Lithium presents for bend blood work to monitor therapeutic levels and kidney function. sop up reviews the results and advises the patient that tests are normal and no change in dosage is indicated .99211This patient is an existing patient with an established history, so 99211 is the proper E/M code to use. 4. 62-year-old diabetic female presents for check-up and dressing change of wound on left foot. Examination reveals that the wound is healing. Nurse applied new dressing and patient will return for check-up in one week.99212I have selected 99212 because the patient has diabetes and is there for a routine check-up and dressing change. Because the wound is healing and the patient will return for another check-up, 99212 is the best/M code.5. A mother brings in her six-month-old male child for routine wellness check. Examination reveals the child to be in good health and making adequate progress.99215This is a routine wellness check, which is an extensive visit to discover the baby is doing well and continues developing on schedule.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
There are many ideas and opinions on how to cabbage children and how to be a good set up. Often, grows get advice on how to parent from their own parents, from their close friends, and even experts. There are collar main types of parenting hyphens authoritarian parenting, permissive parenting, and determinate parenting. authorised parenting is a parenting zeal characterized by strict rules, irate punishments and little warmth. Permissive parenting is characterized by parents who are responsive to their children, but lack rules and discipline.Authoritative parenting is characterized by parents who hold spicy expectations and set clear guidelines, but are responsive and loving to their children. Parenting styles determine the behaviour of children. The most rough-and-ready parenting style, the authoritative style, can help lead to positive outcomes for children. It is significant to know what impact each parenting style has on a childs behaviour due to certain parenting styl es having a negative loading, and certain styles having positive and strong takes on a childs behaviour.A national longitudinal survey was conducted by Social Development Canada and Statistics Canada that find over 4,100 children over a eight year period. The results supported many of research psychologist, Diana Baumrinds, findings. This included, that an authoritarian parenting style lead to children who are obedient, competent, good at following rules but they lack in self-esteem, social skills and happiness, and were more(prenominal) likely to be bellicose. An authoritative parenting style, results in children that are balanced, competent, successful, and happy.Lastly, a permissive parenting style resulted in children having abject academic records and they were more likely to clash with authorities. Diana Baumrind believes that While it is unreasonable to expect any parent able of committing to unitary style and never deviating from it, having an end result in mind wh at kind of person you want your child to become and what type of relationship you want to have with them can provide the extra demand and reasoning behind your choice of parenting style and disciplinary strategies. (Smith, 2011, www. suite101. om) This is a very good suggestion for parents because if one truly looks into how they want their child to turn out, they will probably want them to be happy, responsible, competent, social, successful, and balanced, and they will incarnate that there is a way to achieve that. This would be achievable by them being a share model for their children, showing them a prime example of who they should look up to. An authoritative parenting style is a balance of setting rules, giving love, but at the same time letting children know that the parent is in charge.An article about how parenting styles impact children states Balanced (Authoritative) parents Guide their childrens activities explaining why rules are grand Consider their childs point of view when they refuse to behave as requested. In this way, the parent is accepting of their childs individuality while setting standards for future behaviour Keep communicating open and clear Enforce consistent consequences (Bornstein, 2007, www. ealthunit. com) This is a true method of balanced parenting, according to grow Trinkner, a doctoral candidate at University of new Hampshire, he suggests, Our data offers further evidence that the authoritative parenting style is an effective way for parents to successfully socialize their children and that its influence works largely through its effect on youth perceptions of parental legitimacy (Wyman, 2012, www. howtolearn. com).The references above, show that the authoritative parenting style is the best way to raise a child. A disadvantage when researching the effect that parenting styles have on child behaviour is that some parents whitethorn deny that the result of their childs behaviour is due to their parenting style. It coul d also offend some parents if it were said, for example, that their child is unhappy and aggressive because of their authoritarian parenting style.Although surveys and observations have been done on this subject, and that there is research to prove that parenting styles do have an effect on a childs behaviour, everyone always has their own opinions, and may not agree with this research. References Bornstein L, Bornstein MH. (2007). Parenting styles and child social development. In Tremblay RE, Barr RG, Peters RDeV, eds. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development online. Montreal, Quebec Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development.Smith, L. (2011). Parenting Styles Authoritarian, Authoritative and Permissive. In Parenting Methods online. Retrieved Monday, October 15th, 2012, from http//suite101. com/article/parenting-styles-authoritarian-authoritative-and-permissive-a361151. Wyman, P. (2012). How Your Parenting Style Affects Your Childs Behaviour. In Articles online. Retr ieved Monday, October 15th, 2012, from http//www. howtolearn. com/2012/02/how-your-parenting-style-affects-your-childs-behavior.
Friday, May 17, 2019
DECLARATIONI take that this estimate is my own work, based on my own personal research/study. I also hold that this assessment, nor gives of it, has not been previously submitted for any new(prenominal) unit/module or course, and that I save not copied in part or whole or otherwise plagiarised the work of some other student and/or persons. I have charter the ACAP Student Plagiarism and Academic Misconduct constitution and understand its implications.I also decl atomic number 18, if this is a realistic skills assessment, that a Client/Interviewee Consent Form has been read and signed by both parties,and w here applicable parental consent has been obtained.In a fiercely combative and changing world, organisational competency has become a crucial as well asl of survival (Alvesson & Sveningsson, 2007). As acquaintance scrutiny is regaining popularity, it is increasingly common to fill out personality questionnaires at job interviews. What is IQ, and does it define a person? What does it mean to be ruttishly intelligent? How do these theories compare with each other, and do they go forth adequate appraisal of competency? This essay presents a Cognitive intelligence information (CI) and Emotional wisdom (EI) everywhereview in modern organisations, the two most prominent cognitive processes in the field of Organisational Behaviour it evaluates strengths and limitations in speculation and practice. Further more(prenominal), this essay offers pragmatical recommendations for modern organisations, including a proposed integrated approach of both theories as a county dependable model of assessment to help gain a deeper understanding of the complexity of the human mind. Organisational behaviour examines individuals and groups in the work environment (Wood et al., 2013).The human element exerts profound influence in the employment (Presser, 2006, as cited in Lockwood, 2006). According to Armstrong, Cools and Sadler-Smith (2012), cognitive development is an essential business tool with stake increasing six folds oer the last 40 years. Evidence of ability testing was found as far back as ancient China 2200 BC (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011) but the discipline was not accredited until the late 1940s (Wood et al., 2013). In pique of its popularity, cognitive development has generated fierce debates among the experts who disagree on concepts, interpretation and terminology this discord has generated undesired scepticism and misunderstanding (Fulmer & Barry, 2004). CI and EI explore two distinctive aspects of cognitive abilities. The more veritable of the two, with many a(prenominal) decades of extensive research, is CI (Viswesvaran & peerlesss, 2002). Over a hundred years ago, Spearman (1904) introduced CI as an essential part of learning (as cited in Schmidt & Hunter, 2004). CI is essentially the ability to learn (as cited in Schmidt, 2002, p. 188).Gottfredson (1997) expands with terms like catching on, making sense or figuring out what to do (as cited in Fulmer & Barry, 2004, p. 247). CI is measured with psychometrics tests (or intelligence metric assessment) and expressed as a number called IQ or intelligence information Quotient (IQ, 2014). There are many psychometrics tests, but the most popular are the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised and the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale frequently revised and make use ofd worldwide (Human Intelligence, 2014). IQ scores range amongst 85 and 115 (please see Graph 1) the further to the right, the more gifted the individual. Early research maintain that IQ scores determined a persons intelligence (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011) but society has evolved from this bound idea. Many theorists agree that CI remains a reliable performance measurement (Fulmer & Barry, 2004). It is hard to swerve peoples intellectual or physical differences (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011) and to this day, CI remains the most widely accepted and understood cognitive theory (Fulmer & Barry, 2 004), particularly in the fields of business, medicine and education.Armstrong, Cools and Sadler-Smith (2012) attribute this renewed interest to several factors research is now able to recognise the difference between abilities (CI) and personality (EI) the theories are easier to keep and reckoned mainstream psychology also research is conducted in a more ethical manner and the results are more convincing. This attitude is also reflected in empirical studies. Since the end of WWI, CI has been used to hire employees in the piece of work (Yerkes, 1921) its use remains consistent in many behavioural categories of health risks, crime and occupation (Schmidt & Hunter, 2004). Mistakes are learnt from the past and researchers are more politically aware, ethical and flexible morals and objectivity have replaced miss of transparency to factor human variables (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011). CI will stay as bulky as engineering is employed at work (Salgado & Anderson, 2002 as cited in Viswesvar an and Ones, 2002).However, some limitations are present in the research. One of the most signifi rottert limitation is Tthe wide variety of definitions and terminology generates confusion and doubt (Armstrong, Cools & Sadler-Smith, 2011). For example intelligence testing (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011), intelligence model (Roberts, Matthews & Zeidner, 2010), general amiable health (GMA) (Schmidt & Hunter, 2004) and so on. Another criticism is simplification individuals to a simplistic linear value, discounting environmental and cultural variables (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011). However the biggest criticism is the neglect of other live aspects of cognitive ability (Neisser et al., 1996, as cited in Fulmer & Barry, 2004). Studies increasingly demonstrate that a single theory nolonger provides adequate competency measures when substitutes are available (Schmidt & Hunter, 2004). CI constraints are not limited to hypothetical concepts there are a number of mulish flaws. A typical CI drawback is the lack of practical use of academic skills in the real world (Schmidt & Hunter, 2004). Brody (2004) argues that a person may have cognition of a discipline, but not the competence to put it into application in the work environment.For instance alliance counsellors may be familiar with the theories of dealing with harassment, yet fail deliver comfort, compassion and understanding for their clients. In reverse, research shows that some individuals without education may still possess competent thinking abilities (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011). *Linking sentence here if youre going to introduce EI next* One of the most revolutionised ideas that came out of the nineties was EI and its impact on job performance (Goleman, 1998 as cited in Ct & Miners, 2006). Four elements define EI thought-processing, problem-solving, learning, decision-making and interpersonal relationships (Witkin et al. 1977, as cited in Viswesvaran & Ones, 2002) the five personality dimensions of EI that affect work performance are introversion-extroversion, conscientiousness, agreeableness, emotional stability and openness to experience (Wood et al., 2013). EI has been integrated in many organisations training including business schools, professionals, sales, man datement and so on (Ct & Miners, 2006).A number of EI tests have emerged but the most popular one is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Myers, 1962, as cited in Armstrong, Cools and & Sadler-Smith, 2011). CI is far more accepted than before and research reveals EI capabilities too significant to disregard (Neisser et al. 1996, cited in Fulmer & Barry, 2004). As knowledge is easier to access anytime, anywhere in the world via technology, it is becoming less almost what you know and more about what to do with the information in terms of identifying, analysing and problem-solving (Fletcher & Hattie, 2011). EI is gaining considerable influence in the business world. Research demonstrates that EI predicts academic achievement beyond CI (M iller et al. 2007, as cited in Lyons & Schneider, 2005) it also work as a contextual predictor (Borman & Motowidlo, 1997 as cited in Viswesvaran & Ones, 2002). Where CI lacks consideration for variables, EI abilities allow for a more accurate assessment of work by accounting factors such as culture, gender,disabilities and other environmental elements.Additionally, these cognitive abilities, which provide big insights into the human personality and its triggers, can be developed by dint of due date (Boyatzis & Sala, 2004). In the practical sphere, the same concept is found. Where CI is deficient, EI is able to balance via a number of ways for example by discerning and interpreting emotions using body language and visual signals where knowledge and practical skills fail on the job (Rafaeli & Sutton, 1987 Sutton, 1991). And vice versa by those who lack EI and can increase their CI processes through developing interpersonal skills with colleagues to seek assistance to perform the task (Law, Wong & Song, 2004 as cited in Ct & Miners, 2006). Consequently, EIs theoretical limitations are almost on par with the positive attention it has received over many decades. The lack of adequate research and empirical studies are its biggest downfall (Becker, 2003 Landy, 2005 Locke, 2005 cited in Ct & Miners, 2006). EI is also criticised over its theory and assessment (Davies, Stankov, & Roberts, 1998).Experts cant agree with its definition some consider EI a function purely based on emotion, others suggest that EI is a mix of personality and emotional management (Lyons & Schneider, 2005 Cherniss, 2010). There are some mixed feelings about EIs gain to organisations (Motowidlo, Borman & Schmidt, 1997 as cited in Ct & Miners, 2006). On the practical side, similar flaws are present. A practical limitation of EI is unembellished in the MSCEIT questionnaire where the focus is to identify the emotional aspect of abstract art a more practical approach would be to teach management and staff basic skills in stress tactics (Cherniss, 2010). The workplace is where individuals compete for goals, promotion or reputation studies by Joseph and spick-and-spanman (2010) or Williams, Bargh, Nocera and Gray (2009) caution about the possibilities of using strategic EI for self-promotion in the workplace through manipulation, control and self-exploitation (Kilduff, Chiaburu & Menges, 2010). To avoid mishaps, the following is a proposed model to try for CI and EI in modern organisations.There are a number of ways that CI and EI can be applied to modern organisations. 1) More studies are proving that the single theory approach is inadequate and lamentable towards an integration of the cognitive processes to provide a more satisfying model where linear models are too simplistic, the critical use of moderation compensates for the other (Boyatzis & Sala, 2004, as cited in Boyatzis,2011). Organisations would benefit by providing training in both CI and EI development on a r egular and ongoing basis to override the holiday period of training, particularly focusing on staff with the most experience as it has been found that long term employment tends to lead to a drop in performance (Schmidt & Hunter, 2004).2) It is important to formulate questionnaires in a clear concise fashion, and keep the content practical and focus on the topic. The audience ineluctably to be carefully considered to keep the content appropriate, for example child counsellors versus drug rehabilitation counsellors (Lynn, 2002). 3) Provide alternative assessment styles to reach a wider audience for example, delivered as a group or in a private interview (Cools et al., 2009). 4) Consider the relevance of a cross-cultural approach, and other variables such as gender, age group and position within the company. 5) consider a variety of medium to appeal to a wide audience for example a video, a web-based interactive medium or virtual reality (Chan & Schmitt, 1997). 6) Do some market res earch relevant to the industry to ensure there are no gaps in the information delivered (Armstrong, Cools & Sadler-Smith (2012). 7) Use care and judgment at all times, respect privacy and cater for alive environment culture (open or discreet). 8) Explore areas in need of development, such as cultural, religious, and interracial.9) Be cognisant that not everyone will be at the same level of knowledge, skills, social ladder and cater for introverts and extroverts. In conclusion, there are differences between CI and EI as the two constructs cover two distinctive aspects of mental intelligence. Both are relevant and contribute to organisational behaviour, however, human behaviour is much too complex to be simplified into two single independent theories. The flaws and strengths found in EI and CI complement each other in a linear fashion (Van Rooy & Viswesvaran, 2004). In this essay, many aspects of CI and EI were explored. It was determined that in spite of a long history, a person is much more than an IQ, and that EI is still at early acquaint of development. Much work and development is required in the theories to further explore the human potential. 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Thursday, May 16, 2019
Case-1 Fret and Regret 1. Explain in detail using concepts from the break away what the problem Ian is faced with. Ian has 2 major problems he doesnt want to use Iphone 4S instead of galaxy S2 and he doenst want to broke Mollys heart. First problem is about his personal taste and desires. Ian thinks that with galaxy S2 he can benefit from extra technological advantages such as 4g, extra repositing and figurer remote contrale. This shows that in Ians opinion beetleweed S2 has better quality rather than Iphone 4S. Another intellectual about Ians preferance is Galaxy S2 has bigger screen.So in his opinion Galaxy S2 is to a greater extent succesfull than Iphone about designing. In terms of technology and design Galaxy S2 seems more attractive to Ian. The fact is that these two smart phones some(prenominal) have comparative advantages to each other and price is the same. At this point, personal taste becomes important and that is wherefore Ian prefers Galaxy S2. Second problem is about ethics. Molly bought expensive, usefull and one of the best smart phones Iphone 4S to give birth Ian happy. She sacrifised her currency and time in order to give perfect present. So if Ian exchanges the phone that would make her sad and her efforts would be in vain. . Should Ian change the phone or keep the phone? Again use as galore(postnominal) concepts from the course as are relevant. Ians consumer behaviour depends on brand, his personality, his girlfriend and technology. According to the case if he only considers brand and technology his choice would be Galaxy S2 for sure. But if he considers all of these points and gathers more information, rational choice would be Iphone 4S. For that reason Ian should keep the phone. He didnt give Iphone 4S enough credit and he admitted that he has distaste for apple products proof of prejudice.Also Ian didnt do enough market research so he has some wrong informations about Iphone 4Ss technology. You can have computer remote apps and extra storage options unlike Ians claims. Before buying new products, awareness, interest, military rating, trial and adoption should be the process. Ian skipped trial and evaluation parts and only paid attention to interest. While purchasing expensive and to be used for a long time products these steps shouldnt skip. Bigger screen and some extra features directed him to want Galaxy S2. But he also stated that these phones are identical in terms of functionality.Ian realised he needs a phone and briefly searched for Galaxy S2. He was in the second step of the buyer decision process. He should have asked his Iphone 4S and Galaxy S2 user friends, get more information and try Galaxy S2 before making final decision. Since there is no time left for evaluating alternatives, he should keep Iphone 4S and doesnt make sad Molly. If he exchanges the phone he might regret from Galaxy S2 and also broke his girlfriends heart. So instead of taking those risks, he should continue with the phone wh ich he started to get used to.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Do tax cuts plus tax revenues - Essay Example1). This measure has conduct to change magnitude investment and job conception in the American market over the past few years.Cutting taxes may lead to increased or decreased revenue depending on the duration in which the tax cuts ar applied. During an economic boom, an increase in taxes leads to increased revenue for a country. A tax increase may, however, harm the economy in the long reign as nation may feel the burden imposed on them and faint away from doing business in the country as noted by Sowell (2012, p. 7), an economist and senior better half at the Hoover Institution Stanford University Stanford, . This implies that increased taxes will increase revenue in the short run but decrease revenue will do so in the long run. For instance, when President Clintons administration got rid of trade tariffs on Chinese goods, the American market were flooded with Chinese goods. This led to an increase in business and consequently t ax revenues increased. However, taxes paid by Americans increased to a take that many of them got discouraged from risking their funds in business. This led to a recession which the American economy suffers to-date.When taxes are low, many people do not feel the tax burden and are, therefore, encouraged to risk their money in business and are encouraged to comply with tax laws (Hungerford 2012). If many people invest in business and earn dividends, they will contribute a lot in revenue to the economy as opposed to if fewer people were involved (Sowell 2012, p.5). With a lower tax burden, people grow richer quicker and consequently move to a higher tax brackets which mean increased revenue for the government. Furthermore, when more people invest, many of them grow richer and consequently pay more taxes which translates to more revenue. A specialist in usual finance, Hungerford notes that the revenue generated by an economy that has lower tax rates is often much higher than that th at generated by higher tax rates (Hungerford 2012, p. 15).
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Organizational Development & gay Resources - Term Paper ExampleAs such, the topics which will be analyzed relate to executing evaluations, thriving centering, treatment of difficult situations, and issues relating to recruiting and compensation. The counterbalance concept that this learner would like to discuss relates to the issue of functioning evaluations. Whereas the execution evaluation is an oft dreaded part of many jobs, the key concepts that were learned within the class helped this student to approach the issue with a new mindset. The fact of the matter is that performance reviews are not in and of themselves a negative rather, employees have been conditioned to think so due to a number of factors. The first and most prescient of these, as has been demonstrated within class, is the fact that the performance review knead is frequently ignored up until the very last minute. In this way, the employee oftentimes has positively no indication of how their performance has been gauged for the entirety of the period in question. Accordingly, what this affects is a situation in which dread is the primary emotion with which the employee greets the process (Muller 2009). However, as the readings and course work have demonstrated, a far superior model whereby to deal employee and/or shareholder buy in within such a process is to make the entire performance review process something that is straightforward, clearly enumerated, and transparent. In this way, the element of the unknown is removed as the employee is able to engage with the employer (and vice versa) as a means of intellect the extent to which obligations, goals, and metrics were met during the period in question. quite than seeking to fundament all in ally redefine the performance review process, the best model of improvement is contingent upon all parties involved keeping clear lines of communication open throughout the period so that when the review comes up, no clarifications will be neces sitated. The role of instruction within a given firm or governance is a topic that has encouraged a great many professionals and writers to expound upon better and more ripe models. Yet, as has been learned within this particular class, there is not a definitive definition of flush management rather, there is a litany of examples of incorrect management. Such is the case due to the fact that the field of management and managerial practice is so broad and nuanced as a result of the host of diverse personalities that different managers bring to the process. Moreover, the fact that there are clearly discernible incorrect management practices is more encouraging in guiding and say the practitioner towards methods and applications that would minimize these incorrect practices and steer the process back towards a more appropriate direction. By means of understanding this, the reader/researcher and/or student undersurface and should understand that although a litany of best practic es are existent within the realm of management, the best method of directing the proper application thereof within the current workplace is to ensure that the smaller subset of negative management practices are avoided at all costs. These include but are not limited to micromanagement, hands finish up approaches, the development of non-professional employee-boss relationships, unhealthy power dynamics, and many, many others. As a way of being mindful and understanding
Monday, May 13, 2019
How did abolitionism, womens movement unspoilts, and immigration change the nations of the western Hemisphere - Essay Example(http//www.infidels.org/library/historical/robert_ingersoll/civil_rights.html)The 13th Amendment built up for the country, after the amendment was take the slave pen at that time was destroyed and in its place they put the Statue of Liberty. The amendment wasnt just to the highest degree freeing slaves, but more on the side of making equal rites for everyone, making colored and whites the same. The amendment caused the ruin of every incriminating evidence of slaves, ignored the reports against freedom, took away the word white and its meaning, and took away the right to own a man.Prior to the Civil War, the constitution didnt have specification for voting because laws werent governed by the constitution or the federal law, but only a few of the northern states allowed the free colored men to register and vote. But right after the War, congress adopted the Military Reconstruction Act of 1867, which let the confederate states be a part of the union under the condition of universal male suffrage.The 14th Amendment, in 1868, gave citizenship to everyone born in the US, which in turn meant that only males could vote.
Sunday, May 12, 2019
The effects of garbage in the enviroment - Annotated Bibliography ExampleThe authors of the piece therefore discuss and analyze the slipway in which current and proposed future measures can effect such a goal.This article discusses the way in which under-developed nations take upon themselves a large amount of discarded electronic equipment as a center of reclaiming the just about 300 tons of gold that ar placed into such instruments each and every year. Although this is a compensable way for developing nations to seek to enhance their own local economies, it has a very high wellness and safety cost and is only engaged by those leastThe two get ones that the authors put forward suck to do with increasing efficiency of production and seeking to find alternative uses for the run through that is generated. As a means of integrating this idea into the essay, this student will seek not to take one approach over another but rather to seek to include both approaches as a means of re ducing the seemingly ever increasing size and heft of fling off that the current global remains generates.This particular article discusses the ways in which technology offers an ever increasing array of solutions for the levels and toxicity of the waste that the current system produces. Rather than finding ways to reduce the waste per se, the authors hold out something of a modernist approach that claims that the increases in technology that are taking place so rapidly in the world around us will be able to ameliorate many of the issues with waste as they come through within the current system.This article engages the reader with an understanding of how unethical and ultimately unfair the toxic waste trade is. Rather than the industrialized nations seeking to deal with the toxic waste that they generate, it is oftentimes pawned off to poorer countries that are desperate for the influx of FDI that large multinational firms can provide. In this way, a type of econ-slavery
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Mudering Mckinley - endeavor Examplehis longtime competitor William Jennings Bryan a year earlier before his death in 1901.His steadfastness in solving the crisis that the united States in the 1893 experienced earned him candidacy in Democrat and populist party in 1896.Strikes, riots, increased taxes and factories, closed. His presidency was so timely that he worked hard to safeguard the deterioration situation such in a few weeks time his achievements were identifiable. During his campaigns, though he did not blend around looking for votes but allowed the citizens to visit him in his ohio state, he promised to restore prosperity.Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of unify States of America became the president after the assassination of William McKinley in 1901. He was experienced in handling open services after serving in public offices as a governor of the New York and escritoire of the Navy Department in McKinleys first administration from his vast experience and risi ng governmental career in the New York. He fought for the freedom of Cuba from Spain in 1898 and together with Leonard Wood organized the bouldered Riders, which was the first U.S Calvary. The aftermath of the war left fall in States in the acquisition of Spanish empire and the Caribbean. Moreover, the joined States gained protectorate over Cuba and gave it overseas possession dominance. Roosevelt was unique in his approach to progressive achievements as a leader. 1Mckinley managed to win the presidency in March 1897. As promised, the factories were opened, workers returned to work and this earned him credit. Rauchway (2003) believes that in 1898, The United States became an international colonial empire. During the short war with Spain, the president had not wanted colonies however, the German power would hardihood and despoil them. The president was so prayerful and at one time he confessed his prayers before he went to sleep. Gods presence was felt and in the next election, w ith his able running mate, Roosevelt Theodore, who had