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From an early age children are known to engage in a number of activities in which would feed their
curiosity alongside aiding their development. The main activity in which they would willingly
participate in would be pretend play; play is not something which is only done by children however
can be performed by adults and even animals.
In order to understand play and how it may benefit young children we must first be able to define it,
however this creates the initial issue. This is due to the fact that the concept of play is disreputably
difficult to define (Burghardt 2011). Although despite this we are able to split the concept of play
into four various aspects, as described by Linda Rose Krasnor and Debra J. Pepler (1980), positive
affect, flexibility, intrinsic movement and nonliterality.
Positive affect refers to the idea that individuals who seem as though they are enjoying themselves
whilst they are playing. Flexibility would then touch upon the idea that the play behaviours would
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One classification of play would be object play; this would occur within younger children and
would traditionally begin with children that are approximately 5months. At 5 month the child would
use object play as a way to feed their curiosity, it would allow them to explore objects by touching,
feeling and seeing what they would be able to do with it. However as the child ages to roughly
2years + they would begin to use more than one object and allow their imagination to be free and
would see objects being more then what they are. An example of this would include a child seeing a
block of bricks and using it to build a house. Another example can include a child pretending to be a
doctor with an ice lolly stick and using it as a
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Understand The Concept Of Play Essay
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Object To Me Research Paper
If someone was going to ask me how I would represent myself with four objects, I would probably
have to take a day or two to think about it. Since I've already done that, I am now going to explain
these four items to you. The things I chose, with difficulty, were a picture of me with three of my
brothers, a sketchbook I've been looking for for a while, my phone (a most prized possession) and a
mason jar filled with pretty trinkets. I think these would be the objects that would best describe me.
First, I have a picture of me with three of my brothers at the zoo in Indianapolis. That is one of the
few pictures where we are all smiling and posing. Normally, we're super chaotic. We play around
and yell and argue a lot. But somehow we all get along ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It was very important to me, because some of my favorite drawings are in that book. When I found it
a while ago, I was ecstatic. Drawing brings out an artistic side in me that doesn't normally surface. It
also gives me an outlet to channel my ideas. I think creativity has given me a chance to express
myself and is a way to find who I am. The next thing I chose that represents me is my phone. It is
my connection to my friends and family and a world outside of where I am. It has several features
that were designed to help people with everyday life. My phone is one of the few things that manage
to stay consistent around me. It is very helpful to have around. A lot of children are getting phones at
younger and younger ages. I only got mine this year, so that makes me more careful and sensible
about it. The last thing that I selected to portray me is a jar full of pretty oddities and ornaments. I
believe this shows one of the most important things about me. In other words, it indicates my
organization and thought process, which seems practically nonexistent to most people, but I find a
lot of method to it. My room is usually like that jar on steroids. It makes no sense to whoever
stumbles upon it by accident, but it is easy to unravel when you see it all the time. I feel like this
represents the basics of me, as I
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Understand The Concept Of Play Essay

  • 1. Understand The Concept Of Play Essay From an early age children are known to engage in a number of activities in which would feed their curiosity alongside aiding their development. The main activity in which they would willingly participate in would be pretend play; play is not something which is only done by children however can be performed by adults and even animals. In order to understand play and how it may benefit young children we must first be able to define it, however this creates the initial issue. This is due to the fact that the concept of play is disreputably difficult to define (Burghardt 2011). Although despite this we are able to split the concept of play into four various aspects, as described by Linda Rose Krasnor and Debra J. Pepler (1980), positive affect, flexibility, intrinsic movement and nonliterality. Positive affect refers to the idea that individuals who seem as though they are enjoying themselves whilst they are playing. Flexibility would then touch upon the idea that the play behaviours would differ ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One classification of play would be object play; this would occur within younger children and would traditionally begin with children that are approximately 5months. At 5 month the child would use object play as a way to feed their curiosity, it would allow them to explore objects by touching, feeling and seeing what they would be able to do with it. However as the child ages to roughly 2years + they would begin to use more than one object and allow their imagination to be free and would see objects being more then what they are. An example of this would include a child seeing a block of bricks and using it to build a house. Another example can include a child pretending to be a doctor with an ice lolly stick and using it as a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Reliable AC Repair AC Repair Reliable comfort is an important aspect of your home. When you find yourself in need of reliable AC repair, ensure you call a reputable company, with well trained, certified HVAC technicians possessing industry expertise. Jackson Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning can provide the professional solutions and expertise you require. Our experienced technicians will promptly have your air conditioner working again. The following are a few of our services for AC repair: AC Unit Cleaning Air Filter Replacement Emergency Air Conditioning Repairs Air Conditioning Installations Energy Efficient Air Conditioning System Upgrades Motor and Evaporator Coil Repairs and Replacements Repair of Refrigerant Leaks and Other General Repairs ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Each unit requires a specific level of refrigerant. The specific charge of refrigerant is required for the optimal heat exchange, and when the level is low, serious issues occur in the air conditioner. The signs of low refrigerant include air not as cold as it should be or the AC blowing warm air as mentioned, and frost and/or ice along the coil and refrigerant lines. Low refrigerant can result in damage to the system, possibly permanent requiring new AC installation. The highest risk of damage is to the compressor, a major component, and a costly one to replace. Low coolant can result in the compressor overheating and burnout of the compressor. Typically, when the compressor goes out, a new system is installed. A Frozen Evaporator Coil can be due to several different issues. Do not attempt to operate the system until the coil has thawed to avoid damage to the compressor. Common causes include the following: A dirty air filter can restrict the air flow. Change the filter as recommended by the manufacturer, and only use the recommended filter. Cleaning a dirty evaporator coil when required part of professional maintenance. Scheduling annual maintenance enables the technician to clean the coil when required, and provides an efficient coil for proper ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Object To Me Research Paper If someone was going to ask me how I would represent myself with four objects, I would probably have to take a day or two to think about it. Since I've already done that, I am now going to explain these four items to you. The things I chose, with difficulty, were a picture of me with three of my brothers, a sketchbook I've been looking for for a while, my phone (a most prized possession) and a mason jar filled with pretty trinkets. I think these would be the objects that would best describe me. First, I have a picture of me with three of my brothers at the zoo in Indianapolis. That is one of the few pictures where we are all smiling and posing. Normally, we're super chaotic. We play around and yell and argue a lot. But somehow we all get along ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was very important to me, because some of my favorite drawings are in that book. When I found it a while ago, I was ecstatic. Drawing brings out an artistic side in me that doesn't normally surface. It also gives me an outlet to channel my ideas. I think creativity has given me a chance to express myself and is a way to find who I am. The next thing I chose that represents me is my phone. It is my connection to my friends and family and a world outside of where I am. It has several features that were designed to help people with everyday life. My phone is one of the few things that manage to stay consistent around me. It is very helpful to have around. A lot of children are getting phones at younger and younger ages. I only got mine this year, so that makes me more careful and sensible about it. The last thing that I selected to portray me is a jar full of pretty oddities and ornaments. I believe this shows one of the most important things about me. In other words, it indicates my organization and thought process, which seems practically nonexistent to most people, but I find a lot of method to it. My room is usually like that jar on steroids. It makes no sense to whoever stumbles upon it by accident, but it is easy to unravel when you see it all the time. I feel like this represents the basics of me, as I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Verb and Gerund Introduction My course paper is called the gerund. I have chosen this subject, because I want to know more about the gerund. There are several reasons for it: 1)1 want know more about the gerund, because it will help me in my future studying, will help me not to produce errors ; 2) Since most languages ( e.g.: Spanish, Russian, French) have infinitives, but no gerunds; 3) This will help me to increase my outlook. I think the use of the gerunds in English is problem, because use infinitive is easier, and How I wrote above the gerund is no in the Russian language. This is one of the reasons why students do mistakes. The gerund is rendered in Russian in different ways: a) The gerund executes the functions of a subject in the sentences, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The English verbs include four forms distinctly differing one another within the general verb system: the infinitive, the present participle, the past participle and the gerund. As natural results of its origin and development the gerund has nominal and verbal properties. The nominal characteristic of the gerund are followed: The gerund can be perform the functions of subject, predicative, object, adverbial modifier, and attribute. I will describe all of them. The Gerund is the non–finite form of the verb which combines the properties of the verb with those of the noun. The gerund serves as the verbal name of a process, but its substantive quality is more strongly pronounced than that of the infinitive. Namely, as different from the infinitive, and similar to the noun, the gerund can be modified by a noun in the possessive case or its pronominal equivalents (expressing the subject of the verbal process), and it can be used with prepositions. Since the gerund is an abstract name of the process denoted by the verbal lexeme, a question might arise, why the infinitive, and not the gerund is taken as the head–form of the verbal lexeme as a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Developing Strategies Involves Hypothesis Generation Developing strategies involves hypothesis generation, creating a series of "if–then" statements. This process provides the ability to evaluate program effectiveness, to identify significant objectives and to organize objectives in hierarchical form (Kettner, et. al, 2013). Program design is essentially hypothesis generation. The hypothesis then gets translated into goals and objectives that provide a framework for action, a general direction for the program, a timeframe, details tasks, and clearly states program expectations, which then provides a foundation for monitoring, performance measurement, and evaluation (Kettner, et. al, 2013). The hypothesis questions are translated into a plan, becoming progressively more specific and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... al, 2013). The process of formulating objectives requires that I first establish the objective outcome, to be followed by the construction of process objectives. Outcome objectives are statements made that identify expectations of the program, and process objectives clearly state how the service provision will achieved results. Alongside process objectives are specific activities that detail tasks for program implementation (Kettner, et. al, 2013).The five components of objectives are: time frame, identification of the target of the change, the results or outcomes to be achieved, the criteria by which the results will be documented, monitored, or measured, and notification of who is responsible for implementing and measuring the achievement of the objective (Kettner, et. al, 2013). Activities establish the implementation plan clearly, include deadlines, and delegate responsibility. For the first objective written to meet the goal of the creation of a behavior management program, the objective is as follows: It is the objective of this program that by May 30th, 2016 to reduce by 85% the occurrence of documented wandering by patients at Just Like Home with Alzheimer's disease as measured by through the implementation of behavior management division comprised of specially trained members from the staff at Just Like Home. The second objective written addresses the changes to procedures and facilities at the nursing home: It is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Over-Protection In A Doll's House By Henrik Ibsen Convincing oneself that over–protection is the correct thing to do for someone else, controls the other person's room for knowledge. In A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, the author tailors the overprotective relationship between the main characters, therefore they are flat characters in the story. The main characters, Nora and Torvald, resort to guarding each other against the outside world and the lessons that come from it to establish comfort in their lives. Neither of them allow growth in their relationship, which can be harmful since it ultimately leads to a blockage in recognizing the world's wonders. It is why Ibsen emphasizes that when comfort is the chief concern of the home's foundation, the home gains no experience to make them ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The main characters, Nora and Torvald, find themselves in a bind when that's all they tend to do, more so Torvald towards Nora. Either way, Torvald's thoughts on how he should control Nora, negatively affect Nora. However, it is because of her deep awakening that she comes to terms with herself on how her life should actually be. Torvald stunted Nora's growth throughout their whole marriage and now it's Nora's job to switch that around, which is exactly what she does. Every relationship should be based on strengthening their partner and motivating them to do so much better in any sense so that both could become wise and experienced together, not the other way ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Effect Of Divorce On Children Over the last couple of decades the rate of marriages that end in divorce has been steadily increasing. When a marriage ends children are impacted and it's not only emotional and devastating the couples but this also has a huge effect on the children of all ages involved. Many parents go through a divorce disaster with little knowledge of the effects that the children may go through. Some of the most common impacts that divorce has on children include the fact that children tend to start to blame themselves for the divorce, adjusting in areas of social relationships, there are behavioral issues that arise, and there often becomes a challenge to balance the feeling of stability between the separate parents. These are just a few of the most common challenges that children face when presented with the reality of divorce in the family. When we understand the negative effects in which children are impacted by divorce, the hope is that couples will devote time and energy toward any opportunities to savage the marriage. Caught in the Middle 3 While there are many people who go through divorce these days, there are also many children who suffer from the impacts of divorce on their mind and emotions. (McConville, D. 2013 p 4) One of the most common impacts of divorce on children is the element of the child feeling like it is his or her fault. In the initial stages of divorce it can be very important to prevent resentment toward the other parent. Parents should know about the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Evaluating Kant 's Intentions For Each Premise Here I hope to reflect Kant's intentions for each premise in the order presented above. (P1): I am conscious of my experience as determined in time. P1 can be interpreted a few ways. Dicker in his first interpretation takes his second premise to mean, (P2): I am aware that I have representations in experience that occur in temporal succession (Dicker 195). In other words, I am not only conscious of my experiences; I am also in a position where I recognize the order of my experiences presented by my own mental representations. Ordering representations is only possible if these representations are determined in time. A thing which merely persists in perception does not itself reveal whether the persisting object occurred in any particular order. (B275). So, seeing that I can determine the order in time of my own subjective experiences, then there needs an additional capacity other than my own experiences allowing me to do so. Currently, we have rested the first two premises as possible. Accordingly, I will maintain subjective experiences do not expose the determinate time–order alone. This conclusion is not explicitly stated in Dicker's reconstruction. In the B–version, Kant introduces a revised third premise (included above). Kant writes, that representations need a second party persisting distinct from the representations. This idea illustrates what information from representations might be sufficient in determining time–orders. there seems to be something other than the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Jean Paul Sartre The author emphasizes "Jean–Paul Sartre proposes that ownership extends beyond objects to include intangible things as well." (Jean–Paul Sartre). This quote states the fact of property, not being only applied to an object but also to experiences, feelings, and talents which are things many people overlook. Many people believe ownership is something only applied to the amount cars or money that one has in their bank account, but this only shows the immense emptiness that they have in their lives. And the only way for them to be happy is by filling it up with the only object that only makes it deeper.Today's society believes that ownership is not based on the amount of tangible goods one has but the experiences they have lived. Ownership can not only be based on materialistic things but also experiences of a lifetime. When people speak of ownership the first thing to mind is an object such as a car, house, phone, clothes, or toy; but ownership is not only objects but also an experience of a lifetime. for example having a fear of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Through time many wealthy and influential individuals have had the idea that by having an immense amount of money is the way of being happy but this is not true. The author emphasizes "When people lack jobs, opportunity, and ownership of property they have little or no stake in their communities" (Jack Kemp). This quote tries to explain the fact the those who are materialistic suffer when all their riches and power are taken away do not stand a chance in a normal community. Mainly because they have only learned to love objects and never really love anything else because of the lack of people in their lives. Which leaves the question how can we avoid becoming so selfish and cold hearted when in today's society that is all there is? By treasuring what we have now as if it were to be taken away from us ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Verb and Gerund GERUND Create by: Dian sipayung CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of The Study For every human, language is one important things to communicate to each other. Because language is one media to make one relationship and know the other people by the communication. There are many language in the world. One of that is English as international language. English is the one of international language because of almost the people in the world know English as a second language after their mother language. English have rules to make communication better in usage. Better in oral and writing. We can say the rules as the grammar. Grammar is the rules in the English. Gerund is one of part in grammar. 1.2 Scope of the Study This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... e) The object of reflexive (with intransitive) She is in the habit of oversleeping herself = habit alone slept late (slept too long) 2.2.3 Gerunds with genitive (Possession) Noun or pronoun, provided that indicates a person or animal, must be in the genitive case (genitive case), when the noun or pronoun is placed in front of the gerund. He was displeased at the ice cream vendor 's not coming I am pleased at your coming . For example: a) using gerund is preceded by a noun or pronoun that follows genitive this sometimes happens: This was a creative work of my doing = This is the creative work I 'm doing. my – genitive pronoun doing – gerund That building was of an architect 's designing = The building was designed by the architect. architect 's – genitive noun designing – gerund b) Sometimes the letter "a" is placed in front of the gerund in the sense of the preposition. Here "a" is an alteration or abbreviation of the preposition on: The man has gone a hunting .
  • 20. He has gone a–fishing . 2.2.4 Who Owns the–ing form Besides gerund, present participle is still there and the original noun, we must distinguish clearly. For example: a) A sleeping–carriage (= a carriage used for sleeping) = train / wagon (to) sleep. Sleeping is a gerund here. b) A sleeping child (= a Child That Is sleeping) = a sleeping child. Here sleepingmerupakan present participle used as an adjective. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Catcher And The Rye Character Analysis People have many different comfort objects, some big, some small, some round, and some tall. Some people use teddy bears, while others use blankies; people can even sometimes use others as their comfort object. In the book The Catcher and the Rye by J.D. Salinger, the main character Holden goes through many hardships and things usually never go his way. When he is confronted by these hardships it sends him deeper and deeper into depression. Allie was Holden's little brother who died of leukemia when Allie was eleven and Holden was thirteen. Allie's death acts as a weight slowing down Holden's development and causing him to get lost in grief. Allie's death also causes Holden to start a long and painful descent into depression. This novel shows the time period when he hits rock bottom and when Holden relives his memories of Allie as a way to alleviate his depression. The more distant things get from people the harder they fight to keep it close. After losing his brother, Holden falls into a deep state of anguish, causing him to shatter all of the windows in his garage and break his hand in the process. Holden is sent to the hospital immediately after this incident and because of Holden's hospitalization, he is unable to attend Allie's funeral to say his final goodbye. Due to Holden's absence at the funeral, he has a hard time letting go of Allie. This becomes clear when Holden's sister asks him to "name one thing" that he likes, he responds with, "I like Allie." She replies, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Descriptive Essay About Home Home is the warm embrace offered to me by my mother as soon as I open the door. Home is the smell of freshly cooked food, the kind you can smell before you even open the door, and when you do open the door it just wafts out at you. Home is where the dogs jump up and down at the back door and bark vigorously until you open the door and then they attack you with kisses. Home is where your family all lives within twenty minutes of each other. Home is where we are most comfortable. Comfort can have a plethora of different meanings, all of the preceding definitions of home are the things about my home that bring to me comfort. Comfort can come in many shapes and sizes for each and every individual. When we are younger we find comfort in material things; for me when I was three or four years old I found my comfort in a stuffed teddy bear that I chose to name "Teddy" he was my best friend when I was younger, I used to carry him around with me wherever I went. Teddy was a deep brown color and he had a burgundy bowtie on him, the pads of his feet were a lighter brown than the rest of his body, and his fur was extremely soft and shiny. He was my favorite stuffed animal when I was little, I wanted to take him into the grocery store, I wanted to have tea parties with him. The reason that I loved Teddy so much was because it was the first stuffed animal that my dad and my step–mom got for me when they were together, it was super important to me because me and my step–mom were super ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Virginia Woolf Solid Objects Analysis Obsession of the Obsessed in Virginia Woolf's "Solid Objects" Obsession is defined as "the domination of one's thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea or desire." The desire for nonconformity is a praiseworthy attribute but when taken too far, it can be disadvantageous to one's goals and ambitions. While it is essential for one to seek transient passions, it is also crucial to mollify this pursuit, with concern with actual use. The threats of overindulgence are notably apparent in the case of John, the protagonist of Virginia Woolf's "Solid Objects", whose passion for knickknacks turns into a subtle obsession. Woolf expresses her strong criticism of John by intensifying his wasted potentiality and his fixation with fleeting dreams while she commends Charles for his dependability and practicality. The title "Solid Objects" is a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Charles who is a pragmatist cannot understand why John abandons his prospect. Nevertheless, Charles remains to bolster John, in spite of realizing that John's inconceivable reappearance upon a stage. He comprehends the stones for what they really are, nothing more than curios without underlying meaning. He understands that John's ardent fixation is unusual and unsound, but still retains belief for John's restoration. Charles's faith crushes amid their last communication when he understands that the "pretty stones" have exhausted John's prudence (Woolf 5). In Virginia Woolf's "Solid Objects", John attempts to break away from the facts of existence of life by looking for aspiration in the accumulation of obscure items. Woolf's accusation of John's actions is expressed in the devastation of his political prospect and his social life. In spite of Charles's greatest intentions to act as John's g, John goes on chasing unreal targets in the hope of attaining liberation and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Elderly Patients Communication 10 Tips for Nurses for Effective Communication with Elderly Patients Effective communication facilitates positive patient outcomes. [1] When caring for senior patients, this might involve providing for certain issues. Older patients may have multiple conditions, such as hearing loss, vision impairment, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. Additionally, providers may have to address sensitive topics, such as end of life care. When treating the elderly, it's important not to make assumptions about patients' abilities and take the time to understand the conditions and circumstance that are unique to each client; patients may or may not suffered from age related impairments. While the following tips might appear time– consuming at first glance, they ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... [6] Alleviating physical comfort takes away from distractions during treatments. Maintaining comfort for elder patients can prove difficult, especially for those with multiple illnesses. Care providers can ensure patient comfort with simple gestures, such as offering a blanket or sweater to clients who feel cold. Tip 9: Use Plain ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Carl Sanburg Grass Analysis "Most times, it's just a lot easier not to let the world know what's wrong." says Chuck Palahniuk, and American Author. Covering things up is one thing that humanity has officially mastered. Humanity constantly fights, kills, and commits horrid acts; sometimes even for no good reason at all. But who is the one that will always be there to cover it up? Well, in Carl Sanburg's poem "Grass", that 'who' is the grass itself. It becomes clear that no human can cover up his or her own mistakes, so the grass has to be the one to do the dirty work. Carl Sanburg, in his poem "Grass", uses proper nouns, syntax, and imperative tense to prove that humanity will repeatedly try to destroy itself, and the grass will always hold the power to cover it up. Bunker Hill, Yorktown, and Normandy are all great battles in American history, and they are also distinguished choices for proper nouns when trying to prove the point of human destruction. However, Sanburg didn't use these proper nouns. He wrote about "Austerlitz", "Waterloo", "Gettysburg", "Ypres", and "Verdun". (1, 3, 4, 5) While Gettysburg was a pivotal point in American history, it was not chosen in this text for the size of the battle, but rather for the number of casualties and for the amount of blood spilled on the battlefield. In fact, all of these battles were chosen for this same reason. But why would an author choose battles with more casualties over battles that are better known for a massive victory, or even a massive loss? This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Marley Is A Sweet Three Year Old Boy Essay Marley is a sweet three–year–old boy who lives at home with his parents, and 6–month–old sister. He enjoys playing outside, wrestling with his father, playing with trucks, and watching Paw Patrol. He engages with children outside his immediate family; however, he often follows along in what the other children are doing rather than suggesting activities. His current level of communication has been assessed and he is able to tact well over 200 items when seen within his natural environment and readily repeats sounds and phrases he hears in his environment. Receptively he is able to retrieve items his mother requests through her asking for specific items and his being able to present them to her; but has difficulty recalling the names of objects and activities when they are out of sight. Frequently, Marley engages in labeling objects in his environment and his parents are unsure of whether he is requesting the object or simply naming it, until he either directs his parent's hands towards the specific item, or he engages in either taking the desired item or hitting the item such as the door when he wants to go out, or refrigerator, in an effort to obtain food. Marley is not currently enrolled in school. He has a clinical diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, which he received in August 2016, through his pediatrician, Dr. Rocket. He is not currently receiving any treatments in relation to his diagnosis and has no other health related issues. Target Behavior Marley will ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Museums Issues With Open-Air Photographs Even though there was still to a certain extent a paternalistic tenor in the diction of the event organizers, the change in the roles, functions and perspectives of the participants marked forms of appropriation that clearly went beyond the participatory initiatives, which had been expressed since the end of the 1970s in the debate about the task and function of museums.10 In Tejgadh participation meant to be observer and observed at the same time, with alternating perspectives and interests. For the period of the presentation, the photographs caused–in a way that is not unlike the qualitative sociological interview process of the "photo–elicitation"–all of the viewers, regardless of their social, professional or disciplinary background, to act and speak both about the customs and conventions of earlier generations of the indigenous population of India, their current meaning and the specific characteristics of everyday life today, as well as about the ways in which photography is used in the context of scientific research and local social politics. They exposed the preconceptions and expectations with which the local organizers as well as the European scientists had contextualized the event in advance. Without appearing with respective stable profiles and clearly differentiated from one another the different audiences performed themselves and in relationship to one another. A fluid, reciprocal representation on several levels, which not least brings to the fore the social ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Lucy Grealy's Autobiography Of A Face Every individual person has their own way of finding comfort in difficult situations. From finding comfort in simple things like eating a cupcake to harmful and unhealthy ways like self–harm. As readers read through Autobiography of a Face by Lucy Grealy, they witness the cruelty and pain Lucy goes through as she gets treated for her cancer and how it drastically changes her appearance and affects her whole life. When Lucy was young, before she was diagnosed with cancer, her comfort was being an excellent tomboy because she was a terrible athlete but a good gamer for casual and daring games. However, that all changed when her treatment for cancer started. Ever since then, Lucy's life became full of pain, and she withstood that pain by taking comfort in certain things. The people around Lucy didn't always give her comfort, in fact, very few did. At the hospital, the head nurse. Mary, was one of Lucy's ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For instance, when she was at home alone, "At home it was different. Those long quiet mornings in the house still gave me pleasure," but whenever this silence was interrupted, "tension and shame accompanied them" (Grealy 93). Especially when Lucy was around her family because since she wasn't able to detect what she was unhappy about within the complicated family relationship they shared, she felt that everything started with her and that it was her fault. When Lucy was at the hospital with her father, there was a feeling of a comforting relief every time he left, "I watched his back as he left and felt relief" because when he left, the "embarrassment and awkwardness" (Grealy 85) that Lucy's father felt, was the same as hers. That relief of being left alone during a difficult time is comforting because it becomes a time that's just for you and your thoughts. There's no looks of judgement or pity written across faces, just the comfort of the surroundings around ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Speech On Focus Puller Think you'll be able to pull focus without measuring for it? Think again, because you will not be able to do so. If we were to ask you the reason why the 1st assistant camera (AC) is also known as the "Focus Puller", what would you say? It is because a follow focus puller knows how to shoulder that single responsibility when it comes to keeping a subject in focus which is so amazingly valued, that there's an entire job, in fact a career solely devoted to it. There's no denying the fact that focus pullers and camera assistants have a lot more to do than just spinning a disc which is attached to a lens for 12 hours a day, but this single act deserves the applause being the most remarkable contribution that one makes to a film. Today we will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Measuring for focus should be the utmost goal because focus is set as well as decided upon through distance. Without getting into lens optics, you're basically giving instructions to the lens which light rays you want focused on the film or sensor plane at a certain distance. Do you think your eyes you can do wonders the way tools do? Never! Your eyes will never be as precise as your tools. Well, if you strive hard, you can achieve an exceptional level at guessing distances, but don't you forget that not a single person will ever as exact as a dependable tape measure? Keep in mind that guessing the distance and knowing the same are two different entities when it comes to pulling focus. Even until now it seems to be the most trusted way to keep a subject in focus. As far as the back focus on a camera is set in the right way, you will not have a subject standing at 8 feet out of focus when the lens is set to 8 feet. As simple as that! Before the arrival of crisp monitors of digital cinema cameras and much enhanced monitoring of contemporary film cameras, distance marks had a lot to do with how effectively you pulled focus. With no monitor to support on, no peaking at all – it was your tape measure, your eyes, and last but certainly not least, the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Abjection Stage And The Narcissistic Stage These are the Chora stage, the Abjection stage and the Narcissistic stage. The Chora stage covers the first six months of an infant's life. It is a pre–linguistic stage where the infant is dominated by a chaotic mixture of acuities, feelings and needs. It is also a stage when the infant is oblivious about the need to distinguish itself from its mother or the world around and is fully dependent on its mother for the gratification of its desires. This stage is followed by the stage of Abjection which occurs from 4–8 months of age. The infant at this stage becomes conscious of the differences between self and m/other and in a bid to develop the contours between self and m/other separates itself from the mother. Kristeva refers to this act of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Now the child has a clear perception of the subject, object and the abject. The subject (child) submits himself to the prevailing rules and customs of the society, the object (other) opposes the subject and disturbs the smooth run of things whereas the abject threatens the very identity and wholeness of the subject. Objects can lead to either or both fascination and repulsion. When an object is on the verge of destroying the subject's existence, it becomes an abject i.e. something to get rid of. In a similar manner an abject becomes an object, when it is no longer a serious threat to the subject's hegemony over its own self. In the Symbolic realm or the linguistic stage the child is further separated from a connection with the mother as language itself finds meaning within its own internal logic of differences. For example the meaning of the word 'hot' is understood only when we deduce the differences while comparing it with the word 'cold'. Expanding upon this concept of abjecting or differentiating ourselves from others, Kristeva further contends that all acts of abjection or creating borders between the subject and the abject at the level of individuals, communities, states, nations etc. originate from the psychic isolation prompted ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. The Theme Of Death In Shute's On The Beach Death is an idea that everyone must wrestle with at one point in their life, whether it be a quickly approaching doom or a peaceful end sixty years down the line. In Shute's On the Beach, each character's individual arch in the novel take separate paths but are all headed towards the same place: death. In response to the extreme scenario they are thrown into, that climax will come much sooner than any of them intended and many are left wondering if they are ready to meet their end. What each one of them decide to do along the way in order to make their lives end on a positive note relates to how they choose to approach death. The theme deals with the way they react to their death, and what each distinct reaction does for them whether it be comfort, distraction, or enjoyment. Being that no one can simply escape death, seeking comfort in it, or even welcoming it is a tempting idea that many might juggle with when meeting their end. Peter Holmes is a character in the novel with an ideal much in line with that goal: finding comfort in his doom and accepting his death. However, that may only be scraping the surface in relation to his true beliefs and motives. He knows a great deal more about the impending threat than his wife Mary because she lives a life "sheltered from realities, living in a sentimental dream world of her own" (Shute 127). He carefully tries to bring her to the same realization he had already accepted and chooses his words selectively saying "We're all going to get it. Every living thing. Dogs and cats and babies–– everyone,"(Shute 125). He even implies that their infant daughter is involved. Peter, having been serving in the Australian Navy for years, is a strong willed man able to face the truth and protect his family from it. For that reason, he takes it upon himself to make it easier on them and attempts to put a positive spin on the terrible truth. Simply put, he welcomes his and his family's death in order to assure his wife that everything will be ok. Despite his love for the sea and the relaxation it brings him, he asks Commander Towers "Will the ship be at sea for much of that time, sir? Things aren't too easy now, compared with what they used to be, and it's a bit difficult at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Benefits Of Big Data Analytics On Business Performance The benefits of big–data analytics on business performance "Why Big–Data Is a Big Deal". Big–data is a logo used to describe a massive volume of both structured (is information already managed by the organization in relational databases ) and unstructured data (is information that is unorganized and does not fall into a pre–determined model) that is so large it is difficult to process using traditional database and software techniques. In most companies, the volume of data is too big or it moves too fast or it exceeds current processing capacity. Despite these problems, big–data has the potential to help companies improve operations and make faster, more intelligent decisions. Moreover companies that implement Big–data analytics application gain tangible benefits in their finance department, sales department, and human resources department. Financial statements (i.e. Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, and income statement) are the summarized results of the company's operations. To produce those statements, large volumes of structured and nanostructured data which come from multiple heterogeneous sources must be swiftly linked, connected, and correlated. However, those activities can't be done by using traditional databases. For that reason, the company implemented an advanced technology called big–data analytical tool (Business Object). For example, Financial Statements must be displayed on the CEO dashboards instantly all the time. To be able to achieve his requirement, Business ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. The Impact Of Wearing Formal Clothing On Cognitive Processing Article Analysis Assignment In their study, the authors endeavored to examine the impact of wearing formal clothing on cognitive processing. The authors want to explore a difference, if any, between the abstract thought processes of a participant wearing formal clothes. As for their hypothesis, they suspect that "wearing formal clothing induces more abstract cognitive processing." (Slepian 1) According to the article, "events that are psychologically distant are conceived of relatively abstractly, while events that are psychologically near are conceived of relatively concretely." In layman's terms, the authors are suggesting that increases of social comfort encourages concrete thinking while less social comfort encourages abstract thinking. Therefore, because formal clothing creates social distance, the authors, in their respective opinion, have good reason to suppose that the bearing of formal clothing will increase abstract thinking. The researchers conducted five different studies, all of which used undergraduates as participants of the study. For the first study, the participants were sixty undergraduates and 78% were female. In the study, researchers studied the relationship between clothing and abstract processing, while accounting for the covariant, socioeconomic status. Participants were asked to rate the formality of their currently worn clothing in relation to their peers on a scale from –50 to +50. In addition, they were given a behavioral identification form in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Suffering Ddiils In William Wordsworth's Daffodils By... There are many ways to alleviate the sufferings of man, and most of those ways involve a shift in attitude, a slightly different way of viewing the world so that we may find comfort and relief from our troubles. For the artist in troubled times it is not enough to simply find an alternative point of view. An artist must engage in the creative process work through his or her pain and find a moment of respite and comfort. In "I wandered Lonely as a Cloud", later titled, "Daffodiles", Wordsworth provides a clear prescription for finding comfort in seeking out inspiration in the art of nature or in his case, the dancing daffodils. The illnesses in society are often attributed to societal and political upheavals, as well as the various hardships of daily life. The discomfort in life is often what people desire most to escape from. This was no less true for Wordsworth. Born in England in 1770, he paid attention to the French revolution, and other important events of his day. In "I wandered Lonely as a Cloud", the metaphor of the cloud speaks to the floating quality of disconnection from the world, longing to escape rather than engage –– the feeling of despondency. The simple observation of the daffodils in the opening stanza immediately serve to tie the cloud down to earth, and not let it float away. But that is not all; It is not simply daffodils that Wordsworth observes, but also what they are doing, dancing, which charges the moment of connection in a world of dis–unifying forces, and elevates his prescription of nature to a prescription of art as well. What is comfort? It is easy to imagine that the definition would vary from person to person, no doubt fueled by a sense of being able to relax and let go of responsibility, at least for a time. Wordsworth, by contrast, equates his couch, generally a place of repose and relaxation, to a "pensive mood", whereas his memories of the dancing daffodils serve to elevate him off of his couch into a type of ecstacy. Wordsworth suggests a work ethic to comfort, a purity that we must seek out, which sounds a little bit more like work. William Morton Payne talks about Wordsworth ideals of freedom, but they translate well into the elevated ideals of comfort that Wordsworth ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Judges 11 30-31 Analysis After reading Judges 11:29–40 and Judges 19, women are being portrayed as objects designed to be used only once and then abandoned. The fact that the strangers' lives are worth more than of their own daughters/wives also makes them objects of hospitality. The friendliness, and entertainment of guests,visitors or strangers is far more important because women have always been seen as inferior to men and are therefore seen as objects. As we read the stories, there is no real sympathy shown in the tone. It just tells the story of these two woman without really focusing on them. We are not to be impressed by the native men's desire to protect the strangers, even at the expensive of their daughters/wives, because over the course of the years we can ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In a way, it can be seen as an objective tone, an unbiased view. We can say that the objective of these two stories are to show how one has to have faith in the Lord, after seeing how Jephthah failed to so, and how it is probably better to wait and think before doing something, after seeing how the Concubine's husband failed to do so. With this, one can say that the tone is objective because it lacks sympathy towards the women, being able to leave personal judgements aside. We are not to be impressed by the native men's desire to protect the strangers, even at the expense of their daughters/wives because we can see how women have been taken advantage of, over the course of the years. As we can see in Every Two Minutes:Battered Women and Feminist Interpretation, that "All day long, everyday, women are verbally intimidated, battered, injured, and killed by the men they live with" (Thistlethwaite 96) We are not to be impressed by the native men's desire to protect the strangers, even over the expense of their own daughters/wives because they have always been seeing as inferior to men and from Judges 11:29–40 and Judges 19 we can see how women are portrayed as objects. They are portrayed as objects of hospitality and as expendable. Both women were used and later abandoned. Just like Trible said "Indeed, They are tales of terror with women as victims...an unnamed woman, the concubine raped, murdered, and dismembered; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. How Do Students Become If Cornstarch And Water Were Mixed? to mix matter by mixing cornstarch and water. They will be observing and documenting any changes that occur over the first couple minutes of mixing the two substances. (Synthesis: Students were hypothesizing what they thought would happen when water and cornstarch were mixed together; following their hypotheses up with immediate observations and again after two minutes. Can you predict the outcome if cornstarch and water were mixed?) 5. Students will be able to describe how matter changed and explain why it changed. (Evaluation: Students were required to form a hypothesis of what would happen when a given liquid were to stay outside all day long in the winter cold and state what happened to the molecules to change the liquid into a solid. Based on what you know, how would you explain why the liquid changed into a solid?) All objectives align with this PAAcademic standard: S.K–2.C.1.1.1 Describe basic changes to properties of matter (e.g., formation of mixtures and solutions, baking and cooking, freezing, heating, evaporating, melting). The objectives for this unit use several different forms of Bloom's Taxonomy. I started this unit off by having the students complete simple tasks to get their feet wet and introduce them to matter and what matter is. Based on my pre–assessment, many of the students could label pictures of a solid, liquid, or gas, but they could not tell me the definitions of each solid, liquid, gas, or matter. Even though they were given the definitions, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. The Characters Of Calpurnia As A Mockingbird What does it take to be considered a mother? Does it take courage? Strength? Love? Or are you only a mother if you give birth to a child or officially adopt a child? Being there for someone emotionally, mentally, and physically are the characteristics of a good mother. A woman or even a man can take the role of being a protector and guardian of someone who was not necessarily born into or chosen for their family. Calpurnia does an excellent job of taking the role as Jem and Scout's motherly figure. She has rules and shows the kids discipline, teaches them life lessons and supports and comforts them as they grow up. Calpurnia is Jem and Scout's African American cook who has been with their family since before their mother died. Scout said that "She had been with us ever since Jem was born, and I had felt her tyrannical presence as long as I could remember. Our mother died when I was two, so I never felt her absence" (6). Calpurnia displays motherly actions by disciplining Jem and Scout just like they were her own kids. "Her hand was as wide as a bed slat and twice as hard" (6) explained Scout. This quote signifies that Scout knows how her hand feels and she was getting a physical punishment. Calpurnia tends to discipline Scout more than Jem because Scout acts out and is the worst behaved child of the siblings. "She was ordering me out of the kitchen, asking me why I couldn't behave as well as Jem when she knew he was older, and calling me home when I wasn't ready to come" (6) Scout states. Scout and Calpurnia's relationship is just like a mother and daughter relationship because they fight and make up and Calpurnia disciplines Scout and Scout gets mad at her. Page 75 Chapter 3 states "Calpurnia bent down and kissed me. I ran along, wondering what had come over her. She had wanted to make up with me, that was it. She had always been too hard on me, she had at last seen the error of her fractious ways, she was sorry and too stubborn to say so." Calpurnia also accepts and claims them as her own children because on page 118 she said,"I don't want anybody sayin' I don't look after my children." Calpurnia's discipline is tough, but it relates back to the values and lessons that she wants to teach "her" children. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 56. Essay on Asian Women in the Eyes of Americans Introduction The history of Asian women has many facets. I am about to touch on two key monumental points over a sixty year span that have shaped the views of Asian women in the eyes of Americans. As a brief overview, from as early as the 1940s, Asian women were recruited to serve their soldiers during World War II as sex slaves. Forty years later, the dawning of the 1980s brought about the desire of Asian women into American households and sparked the mail order bride phenomenon. The beginning of a new century has altered the lives of Asian women, in parts of Asia as well as in the United States of America. I will give you a glimpse into their every day lives in their home country and site observations to their strides ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Afternoons would be reserved for middle–ranking officers and evening hours for higher–ranking officers. Commanders of a military unit, or the camp where "comfort stations" existed, monopolized the overnight stay privileges. When the war ended, most "comfort women" were simply abandoned. The "comfort women" have been hidden victims for over half a century. Having been victims of sexual violence, where a woman's chastity is upheld as more important than life itself, many of these women have blamed themselves and kept their sufferings from family members and the community, fearing tainting of the family name. Stetz and Oh indicate although WWII has ended and is now a mass piece of history, the "comfort women" ordeal still exists today. They continue their isolated existence in poverty and poor health. They have not regained their honor nor had their pains eased. These women continue to endure insulting comments made by irresponsible Japanese officials and by neoconservative nationalists, who claim that many Asian women were merely sex workers for money during WWII. As of the end of January in 1998, the top aide to Japanese prime minister Hashimoto suggested that many women became "comfort women" for money and that the Japanese military's use of these women was justified by the moves of the times. Within a month of the inauguration of South Korean president Kim Dae–jung, a lifelong fighter for democracy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 58. Post World War II : A Major Transformation Into What Is... Post World War II, internationalisation underwent a major transformation into what is now globalisation. While the concept of internationalisation keeps the nation what it was at the core and maintains the cultural practices, globalisation integrates nations into one economic area due to free trade and capital mobility. It is incredibly difficult to look at globalisation objectively as a black and white issue because there are both helpful and hurtful things about it. When once it took months of time to communicate with other countries, technology has made it possible to make contact with someone across the globe within minutes. Another outcome of globalisation is that a single language (English) is becoming much more common so more people across different cultures are able to have a conversation. Whether that is a positive or negative effect has yet to be determined. While there are advantages to the integration of nations there are also downsides. With the increase of globalization, there is also harm caused to countries that are attempting to develop economically because they are unable to keep up with major economic powers. The loss of culture is another serious effect as well as the marginalization of those who are not an over–developed and commercialized nation. Westernized countries are emerging all over with corporations looking for cheap labour and tourist spots for their citizens. As the world advances, so do the reaches of communication and the expansion of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 60. The Bouquet Of Flowers And The Frying Pan The Bouquet of Flowers and the Frying Pan They are just simple inanimate objects, items, things, whatever we want to call them, but it is up to us for those objects to become animate, giving them attention and importance in our lives and we become dependent on those objects. In the introduction of the book Taking Things Seriously: 75 Objects with Unexpected Significance by Joshua Glenn and Carol Hayes, Glenn talks about how different groups in our society criticize each other over commodity fetishes even though they are guilty themselves. We are always looking for different objects to fill the emptiness of our lives and give to them more importance should they really have. Glenn mentions "the success anthropologist Lyall Watson describes any inanimate object which... demands attention and exercises power over those people whom it appeals", like in the stories of Genesis Cabrera and Josh Ozersky making the object vital in their lives. The stories have few similarities in some of the aspects, of provenance, properties and essence. I think Cabrera's story will not make it to the second edition of the book since her unexpected significant object doesn't covert the criteria what there are looking for in the book even though there are some similarities, but I don't believe the essence is strong enough. Ozersky's story its full of memories and feelings, the frying pan had a decade of sharing important moments of his life and opposite of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 62. Example Of Conduit Metaphor 2. Highlighting and Hiding When explaining even more thoroughly the systematicity feature, Lakoff and Johnson referred to Michael Reddy's (1979) "conduit metaphor": it is when a part of our experience is hidden by a metaphorical concept; He believes that our language about language is organized or even designed as the following metaphor: 'Ideas (or meanings) are perceived as objects', 'Linguistic expressions are perceived as containers' and 'communication is perceived as sending'. This means that when someone wants to say an expression (the object), he puts concepts into words (which are the container) and sends them along a conduit to the person who is hearing him and who takes the concept out of the words which means out of the containers. Examples of the 'conduit metaphor' are: "I gave you that idea", "it is difficult to put my ideas into words" and "Her words carry little meaning". George Lakoff talked about Reddy and he said that his theory and Reddy's are similar because they both imply that metaphors are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Types of Conceptual Metaphors according to Lakoff & Johnson Lakoff & Johnson define conceptual metaphors as understanding and experiencing one kind of thing in terms of another and argue that the way human beings think and talk is largely metaphorical. Lakoff and Johnson prove that humans often speak in metaphors when they talk about any concept without noticing it. Conceptual metaphors play a very important role in our lives and combines both linguistic and cognitive domains. They identified three categories of conceptual metaphors: 1. Orientational metaphors: Oriental metaphors are metaphors in which concepts are given spatial orientation: up–down, front– back, on–off, central–peripheral. For example, 'HAPPY IS UP' and 'SAD IS DOWN'; the fact that the concept happy is oriented up and the concept sad is oriented down leads to English expressions like 'I'm feeling up today', 'That boosted my spirits' and 'I'm feeling down', 'I fell into a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 64. Essay on Mr. Dees 1. Read and post answers to the questions for "Errors in Design." Be prepared to discuss in class. What advice would you give Keith for dealing with the Program Steering Committee? I suggest him to modify the rules of compliance with his team and implement more monitoring and mentoring system among them, in order to figure out any problem and who is the responsible of making it. Which other key stakeholders should Keith deal with? What advice would you give him for dealing with these other key stakeholders? I think that the main problem here concentrated in the disability to control the cross functions, so they usually like to escalate and handle the issues and responsibilities between each ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Finally, reconsider the situation from the perspective of your instructor. Do you think your instructor has the same objectives that you do? Why or why not? If there are differences between your objectives and the objectives of your instructor, how can those differences be reconciled? I do not think that there is a different objectives between mine and the instructors, because the messages and information that he want and try to deliver them to me are the same messages and information that I need to get them. 3. Write a Synopsis of "Mr. Dees' Case". (Find Mr. Dees' case details online at "Course Home/ Term Case Study") Introduction: The life story of Mr. Dees represents his personal life in parallel with his work life, both of them were very interested by demonstrating his management and leading skills on each of them. many management model was used by him effectively in different situations and positions, with considering the paradoxical theories for each model. The failures and losing everything for him for three times strengthened him more and gave him more skills and abilities to look at the issues differently and out of the box. Analysis:
  • 65. The first failure he faced was by losing his family stability due to his frequent absence due to his work, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 67. Essay on Korean Comfort Women Comfort women, or ianfu as they are called in Korean, are females who were forced sex slaves for the Japanese Imperial Army (Chunghee). Some of the women were dragged off with physical force as their families wept, while others were actually sold to the army by their destitute families (Watanabe). Still other were officially drafted by the Japanese Imperial Army and believed they would be factory workers or nurses (Hwang in Schellstede 4). Some Korean village leaders were ordered to send young women to participate in "important business for the Imperial Army" (Watanabe). Many Japanese soldiers referred to comfort women as teishintai, which means "volunteer corps," so those women who thought they would be working in a factory would not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The majority of Korean women seem to have come from lower–class worker and farmer families. Korean and other Asian women were assigned to lower–ranking soldiers, while Japanese and European women were reserved for higher–ranking officers (Watanabe). This obviously portrays the condescending attitude the Japanese had toward Koreans. Japanese military leaders formulated the concept of comfort women in order to stop soldiers from committing sexual violence towards women they might encounter. Japanese Lieutenant–General Okamura Yasuji proposed that comfort women should be shipped to Shanghai to solve the problem of 223 rapes reportedly committed by troops there (Kim). One former comfort woman reported that in some places, soldiers were so desperate for some kind of outlet for their sexual desires that they had intercourse with dogs (Kim in Schellstede 32). It is estimated that over 125 million forced sexual acts took place between Japanese soldiers and comfort women in the span of only five years (Kim). The Japanese military made soldiers pay to have sex with comfort women. The prices were as follows: 1.50 yen for privates, 2 yen for non–commissioned officers, 2.50 yen for junior officers, and 3 yen for senior officers (Hicks 19). Concerned for the health of their soldiers, Japanese military leaders provided condoms to thwart the spread of any sexually transmitted diseases; however, these condoms were often ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 69. Thermal Factors That Affect Human Comfort Introduction There are many factors that affect human comfort in the internal built environment. Human comfort is affected by thermal factors; physical factors and personal factors. Another factor that can affect human comfort is sound of the environment around them. The final factor that affects the human comfort is the visual of the room and the light intensity. There are ways to measure the physical factors that affect human thermal comfort, the sound comfort and the visual comfort. Thermal Factors The average temperature inside a building is 19–21 degrees and outside is –1 degrees, but there are two different thermal factors that affect the temperature of the room and human comfort; they are physical and personal factors. The physical factors include; air temperature, mean radiation temperature, relative humidity and air velocity. The air temperature inside of a building will change depending on the temperature outside the building and the k–values of the materials used to build the walls and insulation. K–values are the values that all materials have which shows how good insulators the materials are, the lower the k–value the more affective the materials are at retaining heat. The u–value is what overall heat resistance of the materials are. Air temperature is also affected by the people inside the building and they activity they are doing. The mean radiant temperature also affects the human comfort; mean radiant temperature is the radiation that is coming into the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 71. Vietnam War Comfort Women Violence against women during times of war is something that is very rarely discussed, especially the violence that was directed towards Vietnamese women during the Vietnam War. Even now there is discourse surrounding these Vietnamese women, or "comfort women" as they are called. Today there is very little officially known about what took place, and what happened to these women. The women were stolen from their homes, violated, assaulted, and blamed as victims. Their children were discriminated against, seen as lower class citizens, and forgotten about by their fathers. These women and children were not only discriminated against at the time of these events, but they are also being discriminated against now. More often than not the women ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since most soldiers left while Vietnam when their Vietnamese children were young, or even still in utero, they really had nothing linking them to their child. Most of the soldiers had family back home, so in a sense they did not want a link between them and their child. A child in Vietnam could disrupt a soldier's life at home. Neither the mother of the child, nor the father really wanted the child that was created: "But neither America nor Vietnam wanted the kids known as Amerasians" (Lamb). It was not very often that a child was created out of mutual love, but even then the child was most likely unwanted. Not only would that child most likely be discriminated against, but chances are he or she would not be supported by his or her mother. The mother, who is most likely not being paid for what she is doing, will have no money to support her child with. The child will most likely starve and have physical problems due to not receiving enough food and living in poor conditions. Not only that, but the child will not be well liked. If the child's mother is discriminated against for being a comfort women, then the child will be discriminated against for not only being the child of a comfort woman, but also for only being half ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 73. The Atkins V. Murrey Atkins Library Libraries customarily serve as providers of vast arrays of knowledge, provoking introspection and musing enabling the creation of original notions serving as a haven for independent thought, but also as an area to exchange knowledge. In the case of the J. Murrey Atkins Library–explicitly the ground floor–the underlying message provided by the facilitators is considerably complex. The Atkins Library, is committed to being academically resourceful and reliable, striving to preserve a tranquil and safe environment for students; ensuring comfort, socialization, and multitasking in a diverse setting. This message is insinuated in posters and signs exhibited throughout the ground floor, the technologically advanced appliances, the wide variety of seating arrangements, and the alarm systems, scattered across the ceiling. The Atkins Library gives the impression of being intellectually rewarding, as perceived on the ground floor; however, whether students take advantage of this situation depends solely on the individual. There are various ways in which this message is conveyed, namely in the form of posters. There are two posters one of which can be found at the immediate north entrance of the library and the other in the general vicinity of Peete's Coffee; informing students of "Upcoming Workshops." Librarians regularly hold these workshops to aid scholars in researching topics, whether it be for a social science course or social work. These seminars are not required, but are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 75. Reflection On Science Lesson On November 1, 2017, I taught my second science lesson at Maverick Elementary School. It took place during my Kindergarten class' usually scheduled science lesson. This week my class was going over the 5 senses, so my lesson fit perfectly into their curriculum. My lesson was about using the 5 senses to predict what an unknown object was in a closed bag. I chose to do this lesson because my students were learning how to "use senses as a tool of observation to identify properties and patterns of organisms, objects, and events in environment" (TEK K.4B). My objective was for the students to use their senses to identify an object and describe the different properties of objects accurately. Strengths and Weaknesses of Lesson I think one of the strengths of my lesson was the actual lesson itself. My students really loved the hands on activity because they were engaged and eager to discover what was in the bag. They were talking to their classmates at a good volume, and there were no students getting out of their seats or being disruptive. I was actually quite surprised by this outcome because I usually have to correct student behavior. However, this lesson caught all of the students' attention and made them want to be good to participate. I believe that this lesson really highlighted what science and learning is all about, which is discovering new things and continuously wanting to know more. This lesson was a great lesson because it made the students interested in science and their own education. I think one of the weaknesses of my lesson was my delivery of the instructions. In the beginning, as I was trying to explain how to conduct the activity, I was stumbling over my words a lot. I think this is so because I was trying to find the right words to say for Kindergarteners. For example, when I was telling my students that they had to circle the descriptive words on the worksheet, they looked at me with blank faces and did not know what I was saying. I think it is because I was using too big of words, so it was pretty hard for me to try to use smaller words. In the end, however, my students found out how to do the worksheet, when I showed them over the Elmo. Overall, I think my lesson went pretty well, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 77. Kant 's The Three Fold Synthesis Kant believed that there are different concepts and intuitions in which intuitions are put under concepts. Kant refers these intuitions into what he calls the three–fold synthesis. Kant describes the three fold synthesis as "the capacities in the understanding to compare, connect, and unify the fragmentary manifold items in intuition" (A97). To put it in different terms, the three fold synthesis describes the necessary components for intuition of what is happening in the outside world. It allows us to Kant believed that the three fold synthesis is divided into three different types of synthesis. According to Kant, it is required that all of the synthesis work in unison in order for experience to happen. Experience is what makes possible the synthesis of apprehension, in return makes the possibility of the synthesis of reproduction, which creates the possibility of the synthesis of recondition. Therefore, Kant argues, the synthesis of recondition is contingent on experience. Kant also stated that for each of the three fold synthesis, there are both empirical and pure levels. In other words, each of the three fold synthesis have two ways of being interpreted in the mind, one based on our intellects because it is gathered through experience, and another based upon the fact that the manifold works in unison with the others and are dependent on each other for experience to happen. The first of the three fold synthesis is called the synthesis of apprehension. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 79. The Doctrine Of Ultra Vires: The Ashbury Railway Carriage... carried out in the case of Teller vs. Chichester Midhurst Rail Company . The doctrine of Ultra vires was first mentioned in 1875 in the landmark judgement of Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company (Limited) v Hector Riche given by the House of Lords. Facts A Company called "The Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company," was incorporated under the Companies Act, 1862. Its object was "maintenance, making – selling or lending on hire, railway carriages." Acting beyond its scope, the company extended a loan and entered into a contract for building of railway in Belgium with Riche which was contrary to the memorandum of association as the objects of this company were to supply and sell the materials required to construct railways, but not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Banks and other companies might be reluctant to deal with a company with their contracting partner unknown to the object clause. Ultra vires is an act or transaction of a company, which may not be illegal, but is beyond the company's powers by reason of not being within the scope of MOA. Any attempted departure will be invalid and cannot be validated even if assented by all the members of the company. This rule acts as a preserver of the corporate capital in the hands of the corporation . There are three extremely germane and basic purposes behind the protection of corporate capital by method for doctrine of ultra vires. Firstly, the company's share–holders, agree to part with their money permanently on the faith that it shall be invested in the stated objects and in no others. Secondly, the creditors give credit to the company on the faith of implied representation that the capital shall be applied only for the purposes of business. Thirdly, stability can be achieved in a company by stabilizing business and by preventing burgeoning of activities which also prevents concentration of economic power in a sole ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...