Friday, May 31, 2019
Kathak is the classical dance of north indian style that was characterized by rhythmic footwork danced under the weight of more than 100 ankle bells, spectacular spins, and a representation of themes from Persian and Urdu poetry alongside those of Hindoo mythology. The word kathak means "to tell a story". It is derived from the dance dramas of ancient India. Kathak arose from the fusion of Hindoo and Muslim cultures that took place during the Mughal period. More than any other South Asian dance form, kathak expresses the aesthetic principles of Islamic culture.      The origins of the kathak style lies in the traditional unfolding of Hindu myths by Brahmin priests called kathiks, who used mime and gesture for dramatic effect. Gradually, the storytelling became more stylized and developed into a dance form. With the arrival in northern India of the Mughals, kathak was taken into the royal courts and developed into a sophisticated art form through the p atronage of the Mughal rulers, kathak took its current form. The emphasis of the dance moved from the religious to the aesthetics. In cooperation with the aesthetics of Islamic culture, abhinaya which is defined as the use of mime and gesture, became more delicate, with emphasis placed on the performers ability to express a theme in galore(postnominal) different ways.     There are two main centers of education called gharanas, which are both named after cities in northern India and which expanded under the patronage of regional princes. The Lucknow gharana developed a style of kathak that is characterized by precise, finely detailed movements and an emphasis on the exposition of thumri, (which is a semiclassical style of love song). The Jaipur gharana required a program line of complicated pure dance patterns. Nowadays, performers present a blend of kathak based on the styles of both gharanas.A traditional kathak performance features a solo terpsichorean on a stage, surrounded on all sides by the audience.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Karl Marx Karl Marx was the greatest thinker and philosopher of his time. His views on life and the social structure of his time revolutionized the way in which people think. He effectd an chance for the lower class to rise above the aristocrats and failed due to the creation of the middle class. Despite this failure, he was still a great political leader and hardening the basis of Communism in Russia. His life contributed to the way people think to daylight, and because of him people are more open to suggestion and are quicker to create ideas on political issues. Karl Heinrich Marx was born May 5th, 1818 in Trier. Although he had three other siblings, all sisters, he was the favorite child to his father, Heinrich. His fret, a Dutch Jewess named Henrietta Pressburg, had no interest in Karls intellectual side during his life. His father was a Jewish lawyer, and before his death in 1838, converted his family to Christianity to preserve his job with the Prussian state. When Heinrich s mother died, he no longer felt he had an obligation to his religion, thus helping him in the decision in turning to Christianity. Karls childhood was a content and care-free one. His parents had a good relationship and it help set Karl in the right direction. His splendid natural gifts awakened in his father the hope that they would one day be used in the service of humanity, whilst his mother declared him to be a child of fortune in whose hands everything would go well. (The story of his life, Mehring, pageboy 2) In high school Karl stood out among the crowd. When asked to write a report on How to choose a profession he took a different approach. He took the angle in which most interested him, by saying that there was no way to choose a profession, but because of circumstances one is move in an occupation. A person with a aristocratic background is more likely to have a higher role in society as apposed to someone from a much poorer background. While at Bonn at the age of eigh teen he got engaged to Jenny von Westphalen, daughter of the upperclassmen Ludwig von Westphalen. She was the childhood friend of Marxs oldest sister, Sophie. The combat was a secret one, meaning they got engaged without asking permission of Jennys parents. Heinrich Marx was uneasy about this but before long the consent was given.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Francis Ford Coppolas Apocalypse Now lacks the impact of its inspiration, Joseph Conrads heart of Darkness. While the base elements of imperialism and human nature remain intact, the characters of the film bare little resemblance to their literary counterparts. The film serves as a re-interpretation of Conrads novella, updated from 19th-century British imperialism in the congo to a critique of 20th-century U.S. imperialism in Southeast Asia. Coppolas changes in setting and plot structure, however, force the film to sacrifice the character development so strategic in the literary work. This detracts from the overall effectiveness of the film.     The most important difference between novella and film is the development of their main characters, Marlow and Willard, respectively. In rawness of Darkness, the proofreader is introduced to Marlow through his various philosophical ruminations about imperialism, morality, and human nature. He learns of the mysterio us Kurtz through first-hand accounts of his accomplishments and his bizarre behaviour. As Marlow spends more and more time in the jungle, his pre-occupation with Kurtz becomes an important refuge from the brutality of the Belgians for whom he works. Although critical of the Belgian bureaucracy, it is unclear whether his displeasure stems from their immoral practices or their incompetence and inefficiency. Conrad never reveals Marlows true feelings, forcing the reader to portray the issues of racism and human nature themselves.      Willard, on the other hand, is a psychological mess from the beginning of the film. The opening scenes depict him confessing his own mental imbalances as a result of prolonged service in the Vietnam War. While Conrads Marlow borders on complacency, Coppolas Willard behaves erratically and without reason. His fascination with Kurtz is also less profound than in Heart of Darkness. According to literary scholar and cinema aficionado Mark A. Rivera, In Conrad, Marlow is in awe of Kurtz, comes to identify with him in some dark recess of his own thinker Willard, on the other hand, is more impressed with Kurtzs credentials than moved by his force of mind and will.     Despite the incident that the film is told through Willards eyes, his skew perception does not affect the films clear moral intentions. Copp... ...e horror") and Kurtzs memory for the rest of his life. By turning himself into an enigma, Kurtz has done the ultimate he has ensured his own immortality. Kurtzs status as an enigma serves to propagate an endless number of interpretations. Could his words be a declaration of the horrific dark berth of man that lives within us all? Could they be a reaction to his first glimpse of the afterlife? Could they be a regretful look approve on a life of sin? Kurtzs last words leave the reader to draw his or her own conclusions about their meaning. Conrad does not key us what to think, he mak es us think. That is the sign of great art. Those very same words, however, when spoken by Marlon Brando in Apocalypse Now, look into far less meaning. The fact that Willard makes the decision to kill Kurtz convinces the audience of Kurtzs insanity, and his words can be most literally interpreted as a reaction to his own murder. These words, meant to hold the most impact of all dialogue in either work, serve as an accurate metaphor for the works as a whole. Conrads Heart of Darkness forces its reader into meaningful introspection, while Apocalypse Now fails to capture the depth of Conrads vision.
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Tuesday, May 28, 2019
The Four Functions of Management One would be amazed to unwrap that 48 million customers are served everyday in 119 countries at a McDonald?s and as of 2004 there were 31,561 system-wide restaurants (2005 fact sheet). Being enrolled in a centering course, one automatically begins to think about how many managers there must be in place to manage all those locations. Though McDonald?s is a franchise and all restaurants are individually owned, the four functions of management are still important factors which enable the operation of a store to be successful. In this paper we will discuss how globalization, technology, and diversity impact the four functions of management which are planning, organizing, leading, and controlling (Bateman et al, 2004). GlobalizationGlobalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations. It is a process driven by international trade and investment and aided by international technolog y. This process has its effects on the environment, on culture, on political systems, on economic development and prosperity, and on human physical well-being in societies around the world (Center for Strategic International Studies, 2002).McDonald?s Corporation is a leading food service retailer and worldwide, McDonald?s owns a large segment of the restaurant business. McDonald?s manages its system by geographical segments. The largest in terms of both revenue and restaurants is McDonald?s USA. In the United States (U.S.), McDonald?s has over 12,300 traditional restaurants, plus approximately 1320 satellite locations in facilities ilk hospitals. They serve more than 21.8 million customers a day. Approximately 85.5 percent of the restaurants are operated, under franchise agreements, by local independent business people, Owners/Operators (www.mcdonalds.com, Flakes, B. personal communication). inwardly the controlling function of management, McDonald?s introduced the Restaurant Imp rovement Operations Process (RIOP) in 2002 to evaluate the how effectively the restaurants are meeting quality standards. McDonald?s as well established a global program that ensures compliance with the guiding principles of the company. Under the procedures of McDonald?s, each company that does not pass an audit will be disposed(p) 30 days to remedy that problem.Under the planning, leading, and organiz... ... the new competitive landscape. 6th ed. New York McGraw Hill.Beaudan, E. (2001, January/February). The failure of strategy. Ivey Business Journal, 65(3), 64-68.CSIS Global Connections (2002). Center for Strategic International Studies. What is globalization? Retrieved August 8, 2005 from http//www.globalization101.org/Diversity Initiative Highlights. (2004) Retrieved Aug. 09, 2005 fromwww.mcdonalds.com/corp/values/diversity/diversity_facts.htmlDriver, A.D. (2004, July). The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel. McDonald?s corporation ? serving local communities at home and abroad. Vol 12(7).Gallagher, S. (2003, July). McDonald?s Technology Trials, Retrieved July 31, 2005, from http//www.baselinemag.com/article2/0,1540,1173920,00.aspMcDonalds Corporation. (2002). About McDonalds. Retrieved August 9, 2005, from McDonalds Corporation Web site http//www.mcdonalds.comMcDonalds Corporation. 2005 fact sheet. Retrieved Aug. 09, 2005, from McDonalds Corporation Web site http//mcd.mobular.net/mcd/90/8/10/Nation?s Restaurant News, Diversity at McDonald?s a way of life. April 11, 2005 v39 il5. Pg. S92(3).PR Newswire Association, Inc., May 24, 2004.
The Four Functions of Management One would be amazed to hear that 48 million customers are served everyday in 119 countries at a McDonald?s and as of 2004 thither were 31,561 system-wide restaurants (2005 fact sheet). Being enrolled in a management course, one automatically begins to think about how many managers there must be in place to manage all those locations. Though McDonald?s is a franchise and all restaurants are individually owned, the foursome functions of management are still important factors which enable the operation of a store to be successful. In this paper we will discuss how globalization, technology, and mutation impact the four functions of management which are planning, organizing, leading, and controlling (Bateman et al, 2004). GlobalizationGlobalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations. It is a process driven by outside(a) trade and investment and aided by international techno logy. This process has its effects on the environment, on culture, on political systems, on economic development and prosperity, and on human physical well-being in societies around the world (Center for Strategic International Studies, 2002).McDonald?s Corporation is a leading food service retail merchant and worldwide, McDonald?s owns a large segment of the restaurant business. McDonald?s manages its system by geographical segments. The largest in terms of both revenue and restaurants is McDonald?s USA. In the United States (U.S.), McDonald?s has over 12,300 traditional restaurants, plus approximately 1320 satellite locations in facilities like hospitals. They serve more than 21.8 million customers a day. Approximately 85.5 part of the restaurants are operated, under franchise agreements, by local independent business people, Owners/Operators (www.mcdonalds.com, Flakes, B. personal communication). Within the controlling function of management, McDonald?s introduced the Restauran t Improvement operations Process (RIOP) in 2002 to evaluate the how effectively the restaurants are meeting quality standards. McDonald?s also established a global program that ensures compliance with the head principles of the company. Under the procedures of McDonald?s, each company that does not pass an audit will be given 30 days to remedy that problem.Under the planning, leading, and organiz... ... the new private-enterprise(a) landscape. 6th ed. New York McGraw Hill.Beaudan, E. (2001, January/February). The failure of strategy. Ivey Business Journal, 65(3), 64-68.CSIS Global Connections (2002). Center for Strategic International Studies. What is globalization? Retrieved August 8, 2005 from http//www.globalization101.org/Diversity Initiative Highlights. (2004) Retrieved Aug. 09, 2005 fromwww.mcdonalds.com/corp/values/diversity/diversity_facts.htmlDriver, A.D. (2004, July). The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel. McDonald?s corporation ? serving local communities at home and abro ad. Vol 12(7).Gallagher, S. (2003, July). McDonald?s Technology Trials, Retrieved July 31, 2005, from http//www.baselinemag.com/article2/0,1540,1173920,00.aspMcDonalds Corporation. (2002). About McDonalds. Retrieved August 9, 2005, from McDonalds Corporation Web settle http//www.mcdonalds.comMcDonalds Corporation. 2005 fact sheet. Retrieved Aug. 09, 2005, from McDonalds Corporation Web site http//mcd.mobular.net/mcd/90/8/10/Nation?s Restaurant News, Diversity at McDonald?s a mien of life. April 11, 2005 v39 il5. Pg. S92(3).PR Newswire Association, Inc., May 24, 2004.
Monday, May 27, 2019
The book that I decided to do was Animal elicit. I lay down read this book erstwhile before and it really shows the role of Stalinism. Napoleon, the head pig and the ruler of the farm is most similar to the Russian leader during the Russian Revolution, Joseph Stalin. Napoleon is similar to Stalin in the way that they share most character traits such as intelligence and leadershiphip. Although it seemed in the book that Napoleon never displayed in interest in the potency of Animal Farm itself, instead he was worried more just about the source he was able to hold all over the farm.Stalin did not start complete with power from the start. Joseph Stalin was first appointed to serve on the Central Committee of the Bolshevik fellowship. The Bolsheviks were able to seize power over Russia in 1917 and the Soviet yoke came about shortly after. Through the next years Stalin was able to make his way up the party rank. He was promoted to General Secretary of the Communist Party in 1922 by the parties first leader, Vladimir Lenin. Having this role allowed him to appoint stack that were loyal to him and help him collect information on other members of the party.Once Lenin died in 1924, Stalin outmaneuvered his rivals with his intelligence and briefly become the dictator of the Communist Party. The book Animal Farm was published during the same time that Stalin was starting to take over Russia. The farm is taken over by the overworked and mistreated animals. Once they are able to run off the farm owner the main pig, Napoleon is able to use his smarts and leadership to place the other animals to come up his command. Napoleon is best portrayed as Stalin in this book as they both were able to rise up from the bottom by using their cleverness to overcome any of the obstacles in their way.They both were great leaders and were able to get a lot of followers that had the same beliefs that they did. The beginning has more than one way that he uses to describe totalitar ian power throughout Animal Farm. He first starts off by using Mr. Jones as an modelling by stating that he runs Manor Farm based on the idea that human power over the animals is the natural order of things. Once the animals hear Old Major give his speech on the chance to have a better life without any humans, the animals decide to rebel and overthrow Mr.Jones. As this revolution happens, Napoleon and the other pigs start to run the newly named, Animal Farm with the declaration that they are all fighting for animals against evil humans. The way that I understand the way totalitarian government is used is that one leader is able to do certain things that are able to persuade people to follow in their beliefs. They are able to use such things as power and smarts to get a person to do such things and anyone that does not will usually have those people killed.Also those who hold power in totalitarian regimes only care about one thing while they rule and that is maintaining power by an y heart and soul possible. I feel that Orwell was able to describe totalitarian in several ways by using the humans as an example then using the animals. Adolf Hitler and Stalin are the two most known totalitarian leaders in Europe. Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Party and is to blame for World contend II and causing the holocaust which led to the suffering of many nations. The two leaders were both very cruel and strict.The circumstances in which the two leaders were able to take power were very similar because they were able to take advantage of the situation they were in and rise to the top. The method in which they used were a little bit different, as Stalin built his way up the ladder slowly and had to remove anybody that seemed to be a threat whereas Hitlers road to power was shorter to where he was able to become the only leader in just 19 months. Overall the roads to power for the two were different.Hitler took power by means of election where Stalin had to make his way by outmaneuvering many people. In the book the animal that becomes the main leader is the pig, Napoleon. I feel that even though he is modeled as Stalin his rise to power is mostly similar to that of Hitlers. He is the smartest animal on the farm. By being the smartest he was able to use that cleverness to get the other animals on his side and believe whatever he said which ultimately led to the animals just accepting him as leader. What I have learned about the totalitarian style of government is that once he leader is able to get to the top he ultimately only cares about one thing and that is staying leader. Such as Stalin was able to outmaneuver people to get to the top and he made sure he appointed people that would be loyal to him from the start so they would not get in his way in the future. Bibliography Joseph Stalin. History. com. A&ETelevisionNetworks, n. d. Web. 10 Dec. 2012. Animal Farm Themes. LitCharts. com. N. p. , n. d. Web. 8 Dec. 2012 Orwell, George. Animal Farm. New York Harcourt, Brace, 1954. Print
Sunday, May 26, 2019
Such? as? the? question? Is? your? college? degree? worth? incurring? signifi female genitaliat? debt. For? several? years,? students? collect? its? a? college? degree? worth? incurring? significant? debt? for? real? and? they? have? many? questions? well-nigh? that. But? today? we? are? going? to? talk? about? some? point? to? this? question? who? students? have? been? asking? and? most? students? who? prepare? their? plan? for? college.? ? First? I? will? answer? the? question? by? YES.?Because? you? can? not? start? saying,? after? High? School? Im? going? to? college? to? study,? for?example? Nurse? Anesthesia? and? you? dont? even? agnise? how? much? cost? they? classes.? Indeed? you? should? have? an? idea? about? the? tuition? of? what? you? going? to? learn? and? what? is? the? best? college? or? university? around? you? to? start.? ? In? addition? everybody? dwell? go? to? college? is? more? extra? than? a? simple? education. And? when? you? go? to? college? you? got? a? degree? you? have? a? better? JOB.? CORRESPONDINGLY? WHEN? YOU? HAVE? A? expose? JOB? YOU? CAN? MAKE? MORE? MONEY.? TOGETHER? WITH,? YOU? HAVE? A? BETTER? LIFE.? ? SO? THATS? WHY?MANY? TIMES? STUDENTS? WANT? TO? DO? THEIR? BEST,? TO? HAVE? A? HIGHER? DEGREE? COLLEGE.? ITS? exchangeable? A? BETTER? LIFE,? BUT? THEY? SAID? THEY? CANT? JUST? THINKING? almost? THAT,? BECAUSE? WHEN? THEY? TRY? TO? HAVE? A? HIGHER? DEGREE? COLLEGE? IT? WILL? BE? MORE? EXPENSIVE? FOR? THEM. ??FOR? EXAMPLE,? WITH? A? DOCTORATE? DEGREE? THEY? THINK,? THEY? SHOULD? PAY? 200,000$? WITH? AN? ALONE? SO? THEY? HAVE? LIKE? 20? YEARS? TO? PAY? ALL? OF? THAT? MONEY.? SO? MANY? OF? THEM? SAID? ITS? BETTER? TO? TAKE? A? NORMAL? DEGREE? LIKE? 20,000? $? OR? 30,000? $?.? SO? THEY? ARENT?GOING? TO? cost? INCURRING? SIGNIFICANT? DEBT.? ? IN? MY? FINAL? ANALYSIS? AND? IN? CONCLUSION,? I? THINK? THEY? HAVE? IN? THEIR? HEAD? HOW? THEY GOING? TO? MAKE? ALL? OF? THIS? MONEY.? ALTHOUGH? THIS? MAY? BE? TRUE,? BUT? THEY? FORG ET? WITH? A? HIGHER? DEGREE,? THEY? HAVE? GOOD? JOB? SECURITY? IS? WORTH? ALL? THE? DEBT. ? ? ? ? ? ?
Saturday, May 25, 2019
Apart from the usual things that goes along with this class, I cant help at generation to cite things that I really do like and the things that quite irk me hit a bit sometimes. These things I like keep me going through on and on with my usual life here in the university and the things I dont like are the adepts that remind me that, yeah, I cant welcome it all. I really like talking to people. I really like the feeling that I get to know a lot of different personalities as I go on through this class each and every exercise. Writing my thoughts is one thing I dont like however.I really lift it difficult each and every time I had to write, something like this. Its like I always wanna talk instead of pushing every keyboard tick in my computer. I also dont like seeing red or putting surface lines each time I write Its so frustrating of a feeling to see a barrage of lines going under each of my work at times, especially at times that Im cramming to finish off a research paper to me et a deadline. The lines are there to help yeah, but I anticipate help should also know when and where not to help me so that I could still be in the mood to do the things and write then off well.Think about it, given that I dont like to write much of my thoughts, how much more if Id see red and green lines under every words I type. That thing is so horrendous, I skillful dont quite like that. Anyway, there could also be other things to be liked about in this class, one of that is having the feeling of being free to do just exactly what we want, the way we want it. I guess nothing could be more exciting than that, I guess some of the readers of this paper know what I mean but yeah, we always have to play by the rules still. Albeit, it is always exciting of a feeling to still play by the rules.Another thing I dont like is followers too much orders and rules in school and at home. It makes me feel that I was born to just follow orders. On the other hand, breaking these rules someti mes is one of the things I really do like because deviating at times just provides me the thrills and the act of being caught can always be exciting. To sum up everything, I could say that majority of the things that I like are those that makes me feel that I am free to do what I want and for those that I dont, they just make me feel frustrated and not to mention, dumb.
Friday, May 24, 2019
A first-time encounter with the tale of Pyramus and Thisbe would already send your heart waver with a hundred different emotions headed primarily of a lovers longing for his/her partners touch and the level of passion the two had sh suffer. Pyramus and Thisbe were childishness lovers that carried with them an ill-fated love story when they were forbidden by their parents to be together. Fortunately, the love between our two lovebirds had been so strong that they discovered a way on how they could communicate day and night.A common crack in their walls allowed this to happen, and being neighbors, they were able to keep in touch with one another and exchange winning thoughts. Until the day when they cant bear the silent distance between them anymore came, they finally decided to run away from home and so, they had set up to meet under a mulberry tree near Ninus tomb. Come nighttime, Thisbee, who arrived first, spotted a fierce lioness and immediately ran for her life. While on escap e, she accidently dropped her cloak which the lioness savagely tore into pieces.Pyramus arrived at the scene with the sight of Thisbes cloak and abruptly concluded that his better half had died already. With this thought in mind, he took his own life, idea that he cant live with the fact that he had left the love of his life to wait alone in the woods. Thisbe arrived minutes later and upon beholding her lovers dying state, she decided that she would not let death separate them and she took her own life too. The theme of this love story would probably be unconditional love that was unimaginable given Pyramus and Thisbes circumstances.Even death was not powerful enough to separate the two ill-fated lovers. I deliberate the story only shows how there may be hope for everything. They believed in the love they had and even took the risky choice of leaving everything behind even their own families. This part of the book was really to be well-commended. The love stories were enjoyable to read and Edith Hamilton told the stories in a manner where you can completely visualize scene later on scene and really added color to ones imagination. The narrations were easy to follow and her choice of language was not profane at all, but rather processed and blithe.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
How is it that between the Kampuchean Genocide and the Holocaust, over eight million masses were killed? The similarities and differences between the Cambodian Genocide and the Holocaust are some(prenominal) disturbing yet interesting. To downstairsstand how alike and dissimilar these two events are you must consider three things, which are the cause, courses, and effects. The Cambodian Genocide was lit up by a spell named Saloth Sar, better known as politician Pot. He was a Cambodian Revolutionary as well as the man who created a communist group known greatly as The Khmer Rouge.Pol Pot and Hitler are similar in this stylus because Hitler also created a political index finger party known as the Nazis. Both of these leaders were important dictators who created murderous groups. Additionally, this wasnt the only similarity between the two because Pol Pot and hitler both promised something they couldnt spinal column up. Pol Pot promised a stable communist environment , while Hi tler promised a big change in their country. Neither of them were actually doing this for the better, simply preferably for themselves because they both wanted to have absolute power.The difference between the two of them was that Pol Pot had attempted stability and communism by trying to specify Cambodia, giving the subtle hint that he would rather be somewhat of an underdog and safe, rather than on top and over powerful. In this case, Hitler was the exact opposite. Hitler wanted to be on top he wanted to be the top dog. He wanted to make Germany a better country but his bet and their view were much different. Hitler didnt want to make it better for the less fortunate, he just wanted to make it better for the, already to be know as, higher class.Furthermore, the way Pol Pot and Hitler ran things were very different but in the long run, they both had the same outcome world wide tragedy for everyone but themselves. During the Cambodian Genocide and the Holocaust, many roles of sy mbolization came into play. For instance, throughout the Genocide everyone was forced to weary black pants and black shirts and in the Holocaust all jews were forced to wear prisoner clothing and of course, the star of david at all times. These werent the only rules that were very strict.In Cambodia, if you wore glasses you were automatically death sentenced because you were considered to be different and in the Holocaust, you were refrained from wearing shoes. These unpleasant rules were just the begging of the torture for either countries. Throughout the course of these events, the very serious situations began to occur. In Cambodia, the torture began with labor fields, carried on with starvation and ended with operation but in the Holocaust everything was just thrown at them at once with the death camps and the gas chambers.Nobody can make any exception most not remembering the last step in the Holocaust which was the final solution. Pol Pot and Hitler had very different view s on how to carry out the geological formation of things. Hitler believed that only very particular people should carry on at the death camps and the rest were thrown into the gas chambers-such as women, child, weak, and certain age groups-. Pol Pot had little stereotypes such as grouping anyone intellectual, wealthy, or high class and they were to be executed together because they were different.The ones that lived through that, had little hope, but still more than the ones going through the Holocaust. One more thing that was similar between the Genocide and the Holocaust was that the population decreased dramatically. In Cambodia, people disappeared daily from camps and the starvation was killing quickly. In Germany, an estimated 4,000 or more jews were killed every single day from either being murdered, freezing, or starving. These deaths were nothing to be victorious lightly, yet not enough people took it serious enough.This is one of the reasons both of these events were not stopped until it was too late. The effects of both of these treacherous events were devastating. An estimated 20% of the Cambodian population were murdered throughout four years under the power of the Khmer Rouge. In Germany an estimated six million jews were murdered between the time period of 1933-1945 under the power of Hitler and the Nazis. The punishment wasnt enough for either but at least the Nazis had to go threw the Nuremberg trials.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
1) 1. What are the defining characteristics of the prodigality goods industry? What is the industry analogous?A luxury scar may have profound solve on an overall product strategy since its position may determine how the company is vent to make its next step. A luxury brand handle Coach epitomizes elegance and combines classic beauty with modern design. According to John E. Gamble, not still has Coach become unrivaled of the well-nigh respected and known brand names in the ladies handbags and leather accessories luxury brand industry, it is also one of the most popular luxury brand companies in the world, with net sales reaching 2.1 billion in 2006 (Gamble).When a company like Coach decides to set up a product strategy for the next season, the manager ordain need to take the brands established style into account, since their incoming products must retard with the existing brand. When a manager, much(prenominal)(prenominal) as Lew Frankfort, chairman and CEO of Coach, Inc ., aims to build a luxury brand like Coach, he invests millions of dollars in setting up a series of business strategies, including advertising on television, organizing fashion shows, and gaining the approval of fashion designers.These actions are decided based on how a luxury brand is built essentially, the brand will guide the future tense steps of the company to a certain degree. Coach, Inc. is distinguishable from other more than expensive luxury brands, such as Hermes, Prada, Fendi, and Louis Vuitton in the sense that Coach focuses more on middle-income consumers who want to purchase their hand bags from a price range of $200 to $500. Coach is the preference to these competing companies, matching their key luxury products on quality and styling, while beating them on price by 50% or more (Gamble).2) 2. What is competition like in the luxury goods industry? What competitive forces seem to have the greatest effect on industry riveiveness?The Luxury branding decision will in fluence an organizations pricing decisions because its position is related to the products price. Take Coca Cola, for example. It is the most valuable brand in the world. The brand makers intend to compel everyone to drink Coca and provide a feeling of happiness. Thus, the price of the product will be tuppeny, since the brand is aimed at inducing the globes joy. If the company sets the prices high, people may not be able to afford Coca Cola. Since the brand targets consumers of all backgrounds and income levels, it aims to food merchandise place itself as a cheap beverage that tastes remarkable. This is how the brand is related to the pricing. Similarly, Coach, Inc. succeeds in maintaining a balance between affordable price and luxurious design. Coach is a less expensive luxury brand compared to its more expensive Italian and French counterparts.The type of brand will directly influence an organizations distribution system, especially if it is a luxury brand, since the brand ma y tell people where the product is distributed. According to the website (ameri quite a littleessays.com) Coca Cola has its own distribution channel including direct and indirect selling. By using this strategy, Coca Cola is able to provide Coke all over the world. Coach, Inc. keyed into accessible luxury ladies handbags and leather accessories. The brand will influence a companys promotion decision because of its nature. For a brand like Louis Vuitton, customers barely receive any discounts or find any promotions since it is a very well-known brand with French elegance.The company may not perform any promotions since it may hurt the brand. In contrast, a brand like Best Buy frequently holds promotions, usually every season or every calendar month since this brand is meant to be economic. Thus, the company will execute promotions sooner often. Coach, Inc. created its business model, which has different kinds of stores, including full-price stores, factory stores, wholesale departmen t stores, and internet sales stores. Full-price stores sell the newest designer hand bags, leather accessories, fragrances, and womens knitwear collections. Factory stores sell jolly out-of-season products. Coach, Inc. selects the highest quality materials to produce its products in order to maintain its reputation of exceptional quality.Under the managers marketing team, Coach drivees new collections every month to attract customers to return and browse its product selection. On the other hand, customers can find their favorite handbags and accessories in factory stores at discounted prices. Coach has become the best-selling brand of womens luxury handbags and leather accessories in the United States, with a 25% market share. Moreover, Coach is the second best-selling brand of those products in Japan, with an 8% market share. With its successful global business strategy, Coach, Inc. has rapidly grown in the last six years after its initial IPO in 2000 (Paul. 283).It attracts by a nd large middle-income consumers, who purchase its products rather than those of other name brands on the same price level. The growing desire for luxury goods in middleclass consumers is thought to be a turn out of a wide range of factors, including effective advertising and TV programming that glorifies conspicuous consumption. On the other hand, the demanding daily rigor of two-income households is thought to be some other suggested factor.Additional factor are the rising sales of luxury goods and the growth of big box discounters, such as Wal-Mart and Target (Gamble). Therefore, in the contemporary market environment, should the company want to build its business successfully, the key points are great design, high quality, and luxury styling in an acceptable price range. If the company doesnt adhere to those key points, it will lead itself to loss of its market share or bankruptcy.3) 3. How is the market for luxury handbags and leather accessories changing? What are the under lying drivers of change and how energy those driving forces change the industry?In the up-to-date luxury handbags and leather accessories market, any competing company faces two sets of challenges in continuing the development of its business and come through in growing its market share. First, when Coach, Inc. was founded in 1941, it was a small family-owned handbag business in New York City. After 44 years of family management with a steadily set price 50% lower than more luxurious brands, Coach was sold to Sara Lee. Coach go on to grow rapidly until the mid-1990s. Then, in an rude change of events, consumers quit purchasing Coachs handbags in order to focus on French and Italian brands, such as Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. The companys market share fell from 40% to a tragic 5%.Reed Krakoff, the top Tommy Hilfiger designer, was hired by Sara Lee to save the business that had more than half a centurys worth of history. In the beginning, Reed did the extensive consumer surv eys and held focus groups to get the information of styling, comfort, and functionality preferences. After doing consumer surveys, Reed found that customers cherished handbags with edgier styling, softer leather, and leather-trimmed fabric. After six months, Coach launched redesigned, brand-new handbags to the market. Furthermore, Reed improved the appearance from dark, wood-paneled interiors design to a bring and air ambiance design. Reed planned to launch new collections every month instead of twice a year.Reed introduced the test models and the discontinued models sold at discounted price. After innovation, Coach sales continued to grow from $500 million in 1999 to more than $2.1 billion in 2006 (John E. Gamble). In addition, luxury brand name products face counterfeit goods, which threatened their market sales in current years. In 2006, more than $500 billion worth of counterfeit goods were sold all over the world. As a result, it soberly threatened the profit of name brand co mpanies. Combating counterfeit goods requires the government to take a step to combat and convict intellectual property rights crimes.4) 6. What are the resource strengths and weaknesses of Coach Inc.? What competencies and capabilities does it have that its chief rivals dont have? What new market opportunities does Coach have? What threats do you see to the companys future well-being?Coach, Inc. is the well known luxury brand of handbags and leather accessories which that originated in the United States. It should be more popular and widely-accepted by Americans since it is an American luxury brand. Furthermore, Coach, Inc. continues to attract consumers by launching new collections every month, marking up full-priced new products and over-seasonal products low price level. Those business characteristics hardly occur in its chief rivals, such as Hermes, Ralph Lauren, Prada, and Louis Vuitton.Therefore, it creates a long-term relationship with its customers. In recent years, Coach, Inc. has continued to expand and develop its business all over the world. For example, it builds more flagship stores in different countries. Moreover, Coach, Inc. tries to diversity its business. For example, Coach, Inc. now launches womens knitwear collections, and ladies footwear. To the contrary, Coach, Inc. sets up too many stores in the nearby areas, which will hurt the luxury brand names reputation.If one can buy Coachs products anywhere, will one still find Coach to be luxurious? The economy is now getting give and better. Companies will compensate their employees well, and grant them more buying powerful to purchase Coachs products. However, the challenge of Coach, Inc. is to compete with other luxury French and Italian brand goods and to combat the threat of counterfeit goods (John E. Gamble).5) 7. What recommendations would you make to Lew Frankfort to improve the companys competitive position in the industry and its financial and market performance?In conclusion, Coach , Inc. is one of the most successful luxury brands of womens handbags and leather accessories. Its products match key luxury rivals on quality and styling with pricing level focus on middle-income consumers (John E. Gamble). In the companys future development, I would recommend that Lew Frankfort focus on market situations and customers perpetually-changing desires.It would be to his benefit to do market surveys prior to a new products creation. The company should set up stores only in locations where expansion is profitable. The company should follow current business models, such as different price levels, launch new collections every month, continue with high quality production, and provide excellent customer service, which can develop and reach higher level returns on shareholders equities.References1) Case 5. John E. Gamble. Page 238-972) Marketing Management (J. Paul Peter/James H. Donnelly, JR.) 3)http//www.americanessays.com/study-aids/free-essays/education/the-coca-cola-ente rprises.php
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
This section presents foreign related literatures relevant to the proposed system. Computers ar being employed in clinical medicine in hospitals for mixed purposes. They can dally as arithmetic calculators, they can process and analysed asideput from the laying devices, and they can make possible the automation of various machine systems.However, in the field of circumstance records their role is some(prenominal) less well defined, for here the organization of data as preliminary to computer input is the real stumbling-block. Data banks of retrospective selected clinical randomness have been in operation in many canters for the number of geezerhood. Attempts are now being made to design computerized total information systems to exchange conventional paper records, and the possibility of automated diagnosis.Golla (2007) utter that record keeping is an organized way of storing valuable information about certain persons handling of such(prenominal) records the proposed syste m includes all the important records that are organize and place on the system database that are subjectively relating to the transaction of the hospital.According to Nanda (2006), the present situation of health care in assumeing countries like India are quite discouraging, as the physicians using up a paper based system whereby they record affected role information, diagnosis and treatments on a Case Sheet. Abdul (2008) mentions that each time a patient visits a hospital, a new case sheet is created, and this creates an excess of paperwork, repetition of mental testing done previously leading to over-consumption of work force and other resources. In India, the case sheet is an official and legal document written by health care staff about all the medical information of a patient. It includes past medical history, present complaints, results of examinations done, diagnosis and treatment and the condition of these medical records in humankind hospitals in quite disappointing. T his situation is due to reluctant hospital administration or inefficient medical record staff and it is increase constantly by the year. Abdul (2008) indicates that one of the important issues in paper-based records are, all the clinical information is written in free style, and chances are high to miss or forget some important information, as this provide lead to serious effect on patients treatment and care.The case sheet is a hard assume that can be accessed by one person at a time and demand physical transfer for other physicians to access. Retrieving a record leave behind be a hard task given number of medical records present and missing a record wont be a surprise in a huge pile of paper based medical records. Moreover, with time, information in paper records gets diminished of ageing paper and ink, steady fire accidents or natural disasters can ruin the archive of paper records. Karim (2008) explains that all the above discussed issues can be over-come by implementing EM R/EPR systems, it can non nevertheless solve the problems but also improves the efficiency of healthcare by increasing accessibility, and unavoidably less resources to maintain records. EPR system can be use as a resource of researchers, it go forth be a tool for disease surveillance, which can be used for public health initiatives and for practicing Evidence based medicine.It is tight impossible to overemphasize the importance of keeping inventory levels under control, Ronald Pachura wrote in an article for IIE Solutions. Whether the problems incurred are caused by carrying too micro or too much inventory, manufacturers need to give out aware that inventory control is not just a materials management or warehouse department issue. The purchasing, receiving, engineering, manufacturing, and accounting departments all sum to the accuracy of the inventory methods and records. It is little wonder that business experts comm save cite inventory management as a vital element that ca n fascination the difference between success and failure in to daytimes keenly competitive business world.Writing in Production and Inventory concern Journal, Godwin Udo described telecommunications technology as a critical organizational asset that can help a company realize important competitive gains in the area of inventory management. According to Udo, companies that make good use of this technology are far better equipped to succeed than those who rely on out-of-date or unwieldy methods of inventory control. Automation can draidatically affect all phases of inventory management, including counting and monitoring of inventory items recording and retrieval of item storehouse locations recording changes to inventory and anticipating inventory needs, including inventory handling requirements.Local LiteratureThis section presents local related literatures relevant to the proposed system. Technology has taken a abundant leap forward in 21st century, with computer programs, elec tronics upgrading by the month & even by the day. Technology has influenced & immensely simplified al nigh in all(prenominal) aspect of a students life today. Having computers in the workplace has enable the business to our more efficiently and has contributed in having on all just about better businesses, using computers cut down our work time, we dont have to write everything out by hands or type out on typewriters. This increase in usage of computer proves that computers have affected every aspect of our lives and have become one of the necessities.Many developers have contributed to such an advancement and widespread of computer technology. stated Magnaye(2010). In the modern world, any business firm or any organization, without IT is totally unable to cope up or run their business firm smoothly. Without IT, a firm is considered out of the world. Azhar (2012) states that an IT can consider as an asset for a firm. It not only makes easier our day to day activities, but also ad ds many benefits and enables a firm to give better services to its consumers. For any kind of business organization, in its IT sector the most important part is database software. Database software could help a firm in many ways.Local StudiesThis section presents local studies conducted around the country that is relevant to proposed system. The researchers from Adamson University created a system entitled Computerized Patients Medical History. This system provides the record-keeping aspect of the patients information based on the registration of patient, recording of patients excess information which includes patients family medical history on hereditary illness, medicinal allergies, medications and immunization. The medical treatment conducted by the physician and all the prescriptions. Reports generated will be the medical record itself which includes all the information from previous treatment and prescriptions up to present. The master list of the patients and the physician wil l also be supplied by the system. Cruz (1990) stated that this computerized medical history system is conducted to provide all the solution to the problems that many physicians encountered. It will help the medical record officers in making their jobs easier, for the reason that it will be less time consuming, records can be retrieved easily and the most important, is the medical history of patients will be accurate and efficient. This system is very easy to the people who are responsible for that.A user could perform it without the assistance of others. According to Sy(2009), In todays modern age where computer has become a way of life, it is evident that a majority of the countrys institutions still do not align the high technology. Particularly in most medical clinic facilities, daily clinic transactions are still done on paper. We all know that modern clinics are now operating at great pace striving to get along as many patients as possible with the best of their abilities. B ut as the years rolled by, the number of patients has grown and various medical cases arise that the manual method of managing patients records, prescriptions, billing and appointment schedule, is no longer practical. In his study, he intrust to develop a web-based application that will minimize all paper works and manual records keeping, therefore allowing doctors and staff ease in keeping furrow of patients, reducing patients waiting time and increasing the number of patients served a system that is fully automated, user-friendly, time effective and efficient. The general objective of his study is to design and develop an online clinic management solution that will serve as proposal to help doctors save time and resources with the automation of its daily clinic operations.In general, the focus of the study is enjoin towards the design and development of an online clinic management system. close five small to medium sized medical clinics with its doctors, staff and patients ar e randomly selected within Cebu area only from December 2007 to January 2008. The study is largely low-level on the honesty, sincerity and integrity of the respondents. In the proposed system, records and files are computerized and stored online for accessibility and portability. However, the proponents limit the online feature of the system to doctors and staff only. Web-access of the patients is not included. The system has a secure access for doctors and staff. Managing appointments is also integrated and billing statements and official receipts are automated as well as medical prescriptions and medical. According to Sy (2009), In todays modern age where computer has become a way of life, it is evident that a majority of the countrys institutions still do not adapt the high technology. Particularly in most medical clinic facilities, daily clinic transactions are still done on paper.We all know that modern clinics are now operating at great pace striving to serve as many patient s as possible with the best of their abilities. But as the years rolled by, the number of patients has grown and various medical cases arise that the manual method of managing patients records, prescriptions, billing and appointment schedule, is no longer practical. In his study, he hope to develop a web-based application that will minimize all paper works and manual records keeping, therefore allowing doctors and staff ease in keeping track of patients, reducing patients waiting time and increasing the number of patients served a system that is fully automated, user-friendly, time effective and efficient. The general objective of his study is to design and develop an online clinic management solution that will serve as proposal to help doctors save time and resources with the automation of its daily clinic operations.In general, the focus of the study is directed towards the design and development of an online clinic management system. About five small to medium sized medical clin ics with its doctors, staff and patients are randomly selected within Cebu area only from December 2007 to January 2008. The study is largely dependent on the honesty, sincerity and integrity of the respondents. In the proposed system, records and files are computerized and stored online for accessibility and portability. However, the proponents limit the online feature of the system to doctors and staff only. Web-access of the patients is not included. The system has a secure log-in for doctors and staff.Managing appointments is also integrated and billing statements and official receipts are automated as well as medical prescriptions and medical certificates. The proponents have used the Descriptive Research Method wherein the study is focused on present situations. Under the Descriptive Research Method, the technique used is the Survey Method, which is otherwise known as normative survey. The results and findings of the study should always be compared with the standards. The pro ponents have used the Descriptive Research Method wherein the study is focused on present situations. Under the Descriptive Research Method, the technique used is the Survey Method, which is otherwise known as normative survey. The results and findings of the study should always be compared with the standards.Foreign StudiesThis section presents foreign studies conducted across the country that is relevant to proposed system. According to Mak(2012), a major challenge in designing useful clinical information systems in dentistry is to incorporate clinical evidence based on dentists information needs and then integrate the system seamlessly into the complex clinical workflow. However, little is known about the actual information needs of dentists during treatment sessions. The purpose of the study is to identify general dentists information needs and the information sources they use to cope with those needs in clinical settings so as to inform the design of dental information systems . A semi-structured interview was conducted with a convenience sample of 18 general dentists in the Pittsburgh area during clinical hours. One hundred and five patient cases were reported by these dentists. Interview transcripts were coded and analyzed using thematic abstract with a constant comparative method to identify categories and themes regarding information needs and information source use patterns.Two top-level categories of information needs were identified foreground and background information needs. To meet these needs, dentists used four types of information sources clinical information/tasks, administrative tasks, patient education and professional development. Major themes of dentists unmet information needs include (1) timely access to information on various subjects (2) better visual representations of dental problems (3) access to patient-specific evidence-based information and (4) accurate, complete and consistent documentation of patient records. Resource use p atterns include (1) dentists information needs matched information source use (2) little use of electronic sources took place during treatment (3) source use depended on the nature and complexity of the dental problems and (4) dentists routinely practiced cross-referencing to verify patient information. To conclude, Dentists have various information needs at the point of care.Among them, the needs for better visual representation and patient-specific evidence-based information are mostly unmet. While patient records and support staff remain the most used information sources, electronic sources other than electronic dental records (EDR) are rarely utilized during patient visits. For future development of dental information or clinical decision-support systems, developers should consider compound high-quality, up-to-date clinical evidence into comprehensive and easily accessible EDRs as well as supporting dentists resource use patterns as identified in the study.ReferencesAzhar, R. ( 2012). Hotel Database System. From http//www.studymode.com/essays/Hotel-Database-System-1255140.html Banayat, I.R. (2010). Foreign and Local Literature About Sales and Inventory System. From http//www.studymode.com/essays/Foreign-And-Local-Literature-About-Sales-439148.html Cruz, R.M. (1999). Computerized Patients Medical History Sy, M.C. (2009). Thesis-Chapter-1from http//www.scribd.com/doc/11757456/Thesis-Chapter-1 Patient Information and Billing System from http//www.studymode.com/essays/Patient-Information-And-Billing-System-1070478.html Indian Electronic Patient Record System. From https//sites.google.com/site/electronicpatientrecordsystems/
Monday, May 20, 2019
Inefficient employees (Hardy), or line manager with inadequate knowledge expert issues at lower level employees Handling his employees lack of work, inventory control etc. No. of cells to be operational (16) by the turn on date was too many to handle, yet it was vital to make up them all operational braid of towers were already behind the schedule HQ reluctant to terminate the hire since the former company did a great deal of work on the constructionPetersons care and leadership on the start-up? Raised the issues & problems with top management replacing employees Appointing trusted people to other departments Construction coordination Prepared to solve the zoning problems (failed to get the approval of the top management) Helped modify Curt in his job, nevertheless wasnt quite successful since Curt was a technical person and didnt have a good deal knowledge on management. He provided technical support to him and others, but went too much into details. Kind of micro-managing H e at least had identified the problems and causesWeekly construction Meetings to involve everyone, yet some people werent active enough Established an inventory control systemActions to be taken by Peterson to improve the situation and to prepare for his upcoming meeting? He should build a detailed organogram of the company and stipulate the roles and responsibilities of each employee He shouldnt get involved in each and every issues for which his staff postulate to deal with. He should be more a result oriented leader. Staff mobility the overall estimate is good, but shouldnt move in a way to change the reporting line He should prepare a list of his recommendations and the support required from HQ with concrete results on success or failure of his recommendations and do a follow up to those recommendations The first support he needs to guide from HQ, should be more authority to get control over his employees Since the project is in a particular phase to meet deadlines, the rep orting line may change temporarily until everything gets on track
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Othello is a play about the frightening demand for certainty The theme of certainty pervades the play from the opening scence, and as it progresses, the quest for certainty operates more desperate and frantic not only within the minds and actions of the characters, but also within the audience as we become desperate to know and understand the outcome of Iagos malicous plan. Shakespe atomic number 18 introduces the protaginist, Othello, to the audience through the malicious and predujiced tongues of Iago, Roderigo and Brabantio.Iago condemns Othello for favouritism and shows obscenley to Brabantio that Othello is an sure-enough(a) black ram, the devil, a barbary horse copulating with his daughter. Rodergio too describes him as a lascivious moorland and an extravagent and wheeling stranger. This causes Brabantio to feel certian that Othello, repulsive in his blackness, must have seduced Desdemona by withcraft, magic spells or drugs.The sketch echoes aspects of medevil and Elizabe than traditions about the devilish, cruel and lustful nature of moors, and Brabantio would most certainly rather believe these acceptable truths as opposed to reality- his pure and virginal daughter is partaking in a sordid affair. Othellos take desperate plea for certainty is also evident from the offset. Although he refuses to hide from Branbantio and denounce his frabrications, he suggests that Desdemona should present freely how their love came about.Some may argue that Othello holds a number of insecurities about himself and this is a prime typesetters case of him desperatly needing Desdemona to justify her reasoning for marrying him. After on the whole, he displays an incredible vulnaribilty, a free and open nature, that thinks men respectable that but seem to be so. Iago works on these traits and his pretended disapproval of the relations between Cassio and Desdemona rouses Othellos curiosity, thence his insistance that he be told, and finally his fear that Iagos info rmation, got in his duty as an unbiased man, will harm him.At first, Othello appears to be confident of Desdemonas love for him as he declares she had eyes and chose me. Iago in time finds weakness in Othellos certainty and seizing his oppurtunity, advises Othello to watch Cassio and Desdemona discreetly. He adds that, of his own well-founded knowledge, Venetian wives decieve their husbands that Desdemona pretended to fear Othello, when in fact she loved him, and that she decieved her father so completley that he believed she was bewitched. Unable to turn down these, Othello draws the disturbing inference.Suspicion takes root, and is revealed by his hesitant I do not think Desdemonas honest, and his leave out that Emilia be set to watch Desdemona. He is desperate to find truth, and underlying doubts about his conglutination may have escelated by Iagos revelation and Othello is eventually driven to find this certianty in his own shortcomings- his blackness, age and unpolished ma nners. Iagos evil has infiltrated Othellos soul and has induced him, as Iago had hoped, to renounce his baptism, all seals and symbols of redemmed sin. The noble image that Desdemona saw in Othellos mind has become corrupted, and and not before yen is he humiliating her through false prophecy, and he fails to see the unreason of punishing Desdemona for a abomination she has not commited. In the end, Othello is desperate to relieve himself of all guilt and is certain the the demi-devil has ensnared his soul and body.Desdemona is another charcter who clings desperatly on to her certainty that Othello is a kind and loving husband. Out of her generosity and loving-kindness, she continually submits excuses for Othellos harshness somewhat unhatched practice ath puddles his clear spirit- an ironic perception. Othellos vision of her is utterly distorted and she in her faith and certianty to him is unable to percieve his spiritual overthrough. His fierce accusations that she is unchaste and a whore she meets by affirming that she is a genuine and loyal wife, and desperatly wants Othello to believe in this certainty. In her innocece, she finds it impossible to believe that there are women who are unfaithful to their husbands in spite of Emilias down to earth admission.In the last dreadful scence she maintains her whiteness and pleads for mercy. Her chastity, loyalty, her whole- hearted commital to her husbands welfare and to any good deed is the only pure certianty throughout the play, and Desdemona unfortunatly cannot make Othello see this. Emilia fiercy defends Desdemona throughout the play and is certain she would never disobey her husband. Ironically, she admits that she would make her husband a cuckhold in order to make him a monarch, however clings to her husbands integrity as she testifies to his vileness and Desdemonas virtue.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
In the novel Ã¢â¬Åof Mice and MenÃ¢â¬Â show how Steinbeck represents the theme of loneliness Essay
The name of the author of this e very last(predicate)egory is John Steinbeck. He wrote this fiction in 1936 and it was published in 1937. The novel is set in a ranch, which is come on the town of Soledad, California. Steinbeck got the name for his novel from a poem by Robert Burns called To a mouse, on turning her up in her inhabit with the plough. At the time this novel was written America was in the period of the Great Depression. This meant commonwealth could non find mevery per whileent jobs and so had to travel around the country looking for work.This meant that the workers were nightimes remote from their families for a hanker time and had to travel al unmatched skillful to try catch up with some currency. This was a real bad period in the Ameri suffer history with a high rate of felo-de-se and many people got bankrupt. Usually the workers would stay in a job for a hardly a(prenominal) weeks subsequently which they would travel to find another job, this mean t they did not pee-pee much time to make friends and so oft were very unaccompanied. The main characters in of Mice and Men be George and Lennie. The story is based around them and their time at the ranch. Some of the other important characters are Slim, wavy, Curlys wife and glaze.This novel has many themes in it which include l sensationliness, the dreamings of the workers and also apartheid and sexism. Some of the characters who are lonely are Curlys wife and Crooks. These cardinal are lonely because first of all Crooks is as shady person and at the time Black people did not have the same rights as White people. This meant that Crooks had no one to singing to and normally had to spend time by himself. After a while of spending time completely on his own Crooks thinks that he could be going crazy and he really wants some company.I fuck this because in chapter cardinal Crooks is prattleing to Lennie and he say, I seen things step forward here. I wasnt drunk. I adopt t k instantaneously if I was asleep. If some guy was with me, he could tell me I was asleep, an so it would be all right. But I just dont know. This shows that Crooks has been on his own for too spacious, and now he is not even sure of what is real and what is not. Crooks does not have any dreams because he has been at the ranch for a long time and has seen many peoples dreams destroyed.Another person who is lonely is Candys wife. She is lonely because she is a woman and so none of the men really talk to her. as well as because she is the only woman on the ranch she has no other women to talk to either. This means she gets very lonely, however she does try talk to the men sometimes, but this has a bad affect. This is because the men think she is some type of whore or a slut who is trying to manipulate or use them in some way. This is unfair on Curlys wife because they do not know her and all she wants is some company. excessively Curlys wife is from the city and so does not know how to do the ranch work and so she usually has to stay in the house on her own. Candy does not wish well Curlys wife because he thinks she is a tart. The ranch in the novel is near a town called Soledad, however because there are no buildings or people very decision to the ranch itself, people inside only have each other to talk to and because Curlys wife is the only female she has no one to talk to and so feels isolated. This is also the case for Crooks because he is the only Black person on the ranch.In the novel, George is a migrant worker who has been traveling around America doing odd jobs with his fellow companion Lennie. George is a small man with small strong hands, colorful face and sharp restless eyes. From his description I can see that George is a clever and particular(prenominal) character. Lennie on the other hand is a big man with large pale eyes, and sloping shoulders. His apparent movement had a bear like quality and the way he is described in the novel makes him blend like an animal. George and Lennie travel together because they are friends and have known each other a long time. Also it would be better then(prenominal) traveling alone, because they would have no other companions and so would be lonely.At the leadt of the novel George and Lennie are in a natural clearing a few miles away from the ranch. They have not got any money because they had to buy bus tickets and had to flee the last town because Lennie got into trouble.George and Lennie have a good friendship but at times it seems that it is a relationship amidst and father and son. George seems to dish out the roll of the father and Lennie the son. Even though George complains about Lennie and says that he would be much better take without Lennie, he still needs Lennie for companionship. I know this because in chapter one George says, theology a mighty, if I was alone I could live so easy. I could go get a job a job an work, an no trouble. This shows that George sometime s does wish he is alone because Lennie is sometimes just too much trouble and he thinks that if he didnt have to look after Lennie then he wouldnt have all this money trouble. Although, even though he sometimes wishes that Lennie wasnt around he knows that he couldnt live without him. I know this because when Lennie tells George that he can pass away if George wants him to and says he can go live in the hills. George apologizes to Lennie for shouting at him and tells him to stay with him.George and Lennie both character a dream. Their dream is to own a spell of their own primer where they can live and scarper themselves. This is the American dream. For George and Lennie the dream makes them think they are different to the other workers. George tells Lennie how to the highest degree workers make some money then spend it all in some bathhouse or bar He then tells Lennie how they are different. He tells him how they have each other and they have a dream that they are on the job (p) towards. For George and Lennie their dream is very important because it is a way they are getting through life. The dream gives them hope, and that is one human feature that always seems to make people believe that everything pull up stakes be ok and they will be happy.John Steinbeck shows that their dream is an i wangle because it is just too perfect. The dream is about George and Lennie having their own land on which they will have rabbits, a cow and grow vegetables. Also the ways Lennie describes the rabbits shows that it is just a fantasy. He says they will be all different colours, like yellow and green. The readers know that this is impossible and hitherto they sympathize with Lennie because of his child like innocence.In chapter four George is with the rest of the men at a brothel called Susys. Even though they have gone there to get some relief after the long day they have had, it is quite a hypocritical of George to be going to this brothel because he says that he is not one of the men who just goes there and spends all his money. Although we are not told if he does spend any money there it is quite likely he does spend some. This means he is being a hypocrite.In chapter four Lennie goes into Crooks room without being invited. In this chapter Lennie is in Crooks control and when Crooks starts impressive Lennie that George has left him and wont come back Lennie believes him and then gets angry. Crooks calms him down because Lennie can be very dangerous when he gets angry or flip over. After a while Candy comes in and he and Lennie start telling Crooks about their dream and how it will come true. Even though George told them not to tell anyone they tell Crooks anyway because he is Black and they think it wont matter if he knows.Candy is an old man who has been at the ranch for a long time. He has been allowed to stay there because his hand was cut off in one of the machines at the ranch. At the ranch he works as a account sweeper. Candy is lo nely because he is considered just to be an old man and none of the workers really talk to him that much. He did have a dog which was very important to him because he was his only companion and he had owned the dog since it was a puppy, unfortunately for him the dog became too old and so had to be shot. Also it hurt him more than because he was not able to shoot him and the dog was shot by psyche else.Crooks is lonely because he is a Black person and on the ranch he is the only one. They do not let him stay in the barn with the rest of the workers and so he has no one to talk to. He only has his books and they are very important to him because they are a form of companionship. Crooks and Candy are both lonely because they have no one who they can really talk with and make friends with. In chapter four they have been left behind while the rest go to Susys sporting house because Candy is considered to be too old and Crooks is Black and so cannot go into many places.Candy gets com plicated in George and Lennies dream because after his dog gets shot, Candy over hears George and Lennie talking about it and asks them if he could be apart of it. He says he is willing to pay and pays much more ten both George and Lennie combined. This dream gives Candy new hope and therefore feels livelier. When Crooks first hears about the dream he is quite critical about it but the further he hears about it the more convinced he becomes. still he has seen too many peoples dreams broken and so he says he does not want to be apart of it. Steinbeck shows that without dreams people have no hope and without hope life seems to be worthless. He shows that people need dreams, however farawayfetched they are, so that they feel they have goals and something to look forward to.Crooks has a more graphic attitude towards dreams, he says in chapter four that dreams get destroyed and it ruins people lives. I can show this because he says, an every damn one of ems got a little piece of land in his head. An never a god-damn one of em ever gets it. This is proof that Crooks is more realistic and he knows how the world works. He knows that people never seem to make their dreams come true.Curlys wife is quite young and beautiful. She is lonely because she has no one to talk to. She married Curly because she was upset with her mother and so does not really love Curly. She is a trophy wife for Curly. In chapter four she is the one in charge of all the misfits. She knows this and so she behaves quite badly and is mean to Crooks. When Crooks tells her to get out she tells him to be quiet or she will get him hanged. She tells him that all she has to do is scream rape and he will be hanged. This shows that Curlys wife also has an evil side. In this novel Steinbeck is male chauvinist to women. He does not even give Curlys wife a name, and makes her look like a tart. Also most of the other characters think she is a bad woman, George gives her names much(prenominal) as jail-bait and tart.Curlys wife also has a dream. Her dream is to become a star and become rich and famous. She is quite gullible, we know this because she tells Lennie about a man telling her he would take her to Hollywood and make her a star, but in reality he just wanted her.Curlys wifes loneliness leads to her to own death because she is so desperate to talk to someone she starts to talk to Lennie. Lennie has a childlike mind and so does not really understand her and they both talk about two different things, but for Curlys wife just being with someone is good enough. She then lets him stroke her hair and when Lennie does not let go, she starts screaming, this makes Lennie confused and frightened and so he suffocates her.The generator has shown loneliness in this novel through the actions the characters take and the things they say. Some of the similarities between the lonely characters are that, that both Crooks and Candy are treated differently. This leads to them wanting to get involv ed in George and Lennies dream. Also Curlys wife is similar to these two characters because she is a woman, but between the three characters she is the most powerful one. Lennie and Candy are similar because they are both coping with life through their dreams. The writer is saying that loneliness is a curse itself and people react in different ways to it. He is trying to say that humans cannot survive when they are lonely and sometimes can go crazy.The novel of Mice and Men is a tragedy and the writer shows that George and Lennies friendship is doomed from the start. He shows that even though they need each other they will never be successful with their dream. With Lennies death the dream is over for both George and Candy. Without Lennie George will have no companionship and so he will be the same as the rest of the migrant workers. George shot Lennie because even though Lennie did not realize it, he had committed a crime and taken a persons life.George knew that Lennie had gone too far this time and knew that he had no other choice. Also he did not want the others to find him because they would have made him suffer and George would not have been able to see that happen. I think that in some ways he did do the right thing because if he let the others find Lennie they would have allot him through trials and tortured him, however maybe he should have let the justice system deal with the case instead of taking matters into his own hands.The theme of loneliness in this novel is a very good reflection of the social and economic settings of the 1930s. I think this because many of the issues it covers are typical of the 1930s, such as racism and sexism.
Friday, May 17, 2019
During the past few years, students who maintain good study habits are becoming fewer and fewer. fond activities become more important than staying at home and study. Believe me infracting good habits these days are hard. With every(prenominal) the cool new stuff around, who wouldnt want to skip studying and go research this stuff? You may induce had the habit of play first before pay Students these days conceive studying as hassle, even though weve been lectured on how education is important to us.You may have realize that its time to develop good study habits. Its never too late to develop good study habits, unless of course, youre not studying anymore. Development takes time, especially when youre trying to re graze an old habit with a new matchless, as it turns out, developing good study habits from your former in in force(p) study habits will be considered as a rehab.When developing good study habits, you have to stipulate time for everything. Plan a daily schedule. With all the activities you need to do such as assignments and projects, you piece of asst just remember them. Writing them down, and planning when to do it will be the most effective way to remember things. Even though you have a skill in remembering all those things, doing them in all one shot will only bring mediocre results. Also, taking notes in class is important, but we must always take notes with cross-fileable font because if you cant read your notes, its pretty much useless. Notes are important it helps you survive surprise tests, even not so surprising ones. If youre going to develop good study habits, you should patch up it a habit of organizing your notes, and flipping everyplace them every once in a while. Another effective thing to do with your notes, is to color inscribe them. You can mark them for each subject for example.Also, keep in mind to have a place for them. Making a schedule also helps in students main problem procrastination. Procrastination has bee n the biggest problem of high-pitched train students nowadays. A project will be given a month before, but we do it the week before the deadline which only causes a very stressful week. Just as I have said, you should make it a habit of planning your activities that way you know when to do things. Yes, school is very stressful. simply with good study habits, you can survive. Although some habits might affect your health, a very common one is staying up late. Balance is the key to everything. A satisfactory amount of rest should equal to a sufficient amount of studying. If one side overtakes the other, it would only result to disaster. Too much studying is just as bad as too much playing. We also need to mind our bodies. Our bodies are the Holy tinctures temple. Thus, we must take care of it, and avoid abusing it.High school students consider their high school life as stressful. The fact is, its not really that stressful. We only lack the consciousness of equilibrize our time. Time is everything. It passes by, and its gone. Every second that passes is Gods gift so we should use it wisely. ontogenesis good study habits not only gives you excellent grades, but it also helps with stress management. With the habit of carefully planning your activities, youll be able to organize your thoughts every time.I. What are good study habitsA. Fewer the great unwashed maintain them during the past yearsB. It takes time to developII. How do we develop good study habitsA. You should make a daily schedulea. You should write down your activitiesb. You should give time for everythingB. You should organize your notesa. You should color code the notesb. You should have a place for themC. You need to conquer procrastinationD. You need to take care of yourselfIII. why do we need to develop good study habitsA. It helps with stress managementB. It organizes your thoughtsC. It will yield to strong outcome excellent grades.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Climate lurch Awareness Begins With Me TGTAI apprehension PAPER Goal To set ahead y emergeh to reside in moveive teaching on orbicular warm up & Climate channel which may be translated into education outreach in their specific communities and/or organizations. Objectives 1. To encourage offspring from youth organizations, naturalises and communities to learn/learn more about world(prenominal) warming and Climate Change concepts (Think kB) and engage in simple putting green Solutions at the individual/community level. 2.To assistance young muckle in understanding the realm initiative as it pertains to Education for Sustainable Development. 3. To provide opportunities for experiential learning on the environment through nature appreciation, resolve group activities and other interactive knowledge elements. 4. To assist youth in developing their critical thinking skills. Problem Statement The long-term alteration in global weather patterns, especially increases in tem perature and storm activity, and the potential of sea-level rise, provide have a detrimental impact on Small Island Developing States (SIDS).Like all countries of the world, Trinidad and Tobago will need to adopt its part in decreasing its carbon emissions and encouraging its population to Think Green, Then Act to impress (TGTAI). Additionally, there is an urgent need to address the gap between information-on-the- street and knowledge leading to carry through at the micro-levels in communities. In a preliminary baseline survey conducted by TGTAIs volunteers, on conceptual knowledge of Global Warming & Climate Change, 77% of the persons surveyed either did not know what was global warming this included mistaking the circumstance of ozone layer depletion for global warming.Among this group, the youth also had difficulty expressing these concepts. briefly there is no collective ESD initiative which provides opportunities for youth to learn through a learning environment that is m ore natural, to learn basic concepts associated with global warming and climate change, while enabling them with opportunities to engage at individual level, simple energy-saving and conservation activities within their home/school units.Additionally very little icon has been provided for youth to engage in understanding the role of the Commonwealth in supporting ESD initiatives among local youth. be sick Description Climate Change Awareness Begins With Me is a One-Day highly interactive ESD Collaboration which seeks to jointly engage youth in exposure to (and in some instances), concretizing their Global Warming/Climate Change knowledge. young will be engaged in four (3) ESD learning areas/modules ? Nature and Ecosystem Appreciation ? Global Warming & Climate Change Commonwealth & ESD Initiatives ? Green Solutions 1. Nature and Ecosystem Appreciation Participants will learn about general environmental awareness by encouraging learning in a natural setting with opportunities prov ided to interact and learn from nature, a trail experience and interaction with wildlife elements. This preliminary intervention will hopefully sustain the young people to gain a deeper appreciation of the importance of quick ecosystems and to see themselves also compete a responsible role in their conservation/protection. . Global Warming & Climate Change Participants will learn basic global warming and climate change concepts and will be able to ground linkages between anthropogenic (man-made) activities and their emerging/existing impact on human well-being and the natural environment. 3. Commonwealth & ESD Initiatives Participants will learn the structure of the Commonwealth, to determine its benefits and to understand the existing/emerging role of the Commonwealth for ESD Initiatives. 4. Green SolutionsParticipants will develop and be exposed to simple Green Solutions that they can individually carry out in their homes while transmitting knowledge in various ways for others in the home/school/community to do same. assure Methodology The Lead early days Agencies who will engage in Pre-implementation work/activities ? Commonwealth RYC Trinidad and Tobago. ? Junior Environmentalists of Trinidad and Tobago (JETT) and its TGTAI Volunteers. Key Project Elements ? Use of synergetic Think Green Workshops in a Natural Setting. Use of Visual Stimulation through Trail/Nature Experiences To Encourage Nature Appreciation. ? render of Problem-Solving Opportunities for Participants to Engage in Critical-thinking and Real-life Application. ? Encouraging by Facilitators of Youth Capacity to Create and Adopt a Green Charter. These elements will be achieved by the following strategic partnerships Asa Wright Nature Centre Nature/Eco-system Appreciation Youth Facilitators ? Junior Environmentalists of Trinidad and Tobago (Environmental Advocacy and Green Solutions) ?Commonwealth Youth Programme (Commonwealth RYC, ESD Initiative) Environmental State Agencies ? Environm ental commission Authority (PowerPoint Presentation on Global Warming & Climate Change Concepts and Social Impacts) ? Forestry Division (Environmental/Wildlife preservation Issues colligate to Climate Change and Human Impacts) ? Institute of Marine Affairs (Marine Ecosystem Challenges tie in to Climate Change) ? WITT (Water Challenges Related to Climate Change)Recommended Venue which meets all project requirements ? Asa Wright Nature Centre (East Trinidad) Alternate Locations ? Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust, ? La Vega Estate (Central Trinidad) ? emperor Valley Zoo/Botanical Gardens Target Group 30 youth (aged 14-24), from the East-West Corridor (20 students10 youth from youth organizations) Project Timeline Project Start date March 18th (pre-implementation activities) and End Date April 10th 2008 (One-Day Interactive ESD Learning Experience). Expected Outcomes . 30 Youth from the East-West Corridor exposed to Global Warming & Climate Change Concepts and Related Issues. 2. 30 Yo uth exposed to information on the Commonwealth and its role in emerging/existing ESD initiatives for their benefit. 3. 30 Youth exposed to critical thinking skills, through experiential learning and interactivity with and among a healthy, comfortable ecosystem. 4. 3000 Youth Exposed to Green Solutions. 5. Creation of a Youth-oriented Green Declaration for further ratification among youth.Project Sustainability Each Participant will also receive 100 Green Solutions which they will be boost to disseminate among their peers, families and communities. Participants will also have the opportunity to create and adopt a Green Declaration, which symbolizes their payload to educate and act on in their own spheres of influence, their peers, families and communities on Global Warming & Climate Change towards a low carbon emission.This will include acquiring a goal of 5,000 signatures for the Green Declaration, an feature of the young individuals willingness to support through daily commitme nts, Environmental Education and environmentally-friendly activities as fixed out in the Green Declaration. Evaluation & Monitoring 1. Feedback from Participants (an evaluation questionnaire). 2. Evaluation Meetings by Project Team. Bibliography JETT bringing up MANUAL, 2004. TGTAI BASELINE SURVEY, 2008
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
The Affects of the Universal Commercial order - Research Paper ExampleIn early 1950s, business proceeding were handled differently and ineffective across United States. The purchase and sale of goods among various states drew confusion when legal matters regarding business arose. And, therefore, there was a need to get a policy to streamline interstate business issues. Adoption of the code as remained free of choice among states and each state has the option of adopting or rejecting this law (Liuzzo, 2010). That is, only if the state establishment adopts the UCC that the law becomes the states statutory laws. Note that, the state legislature may rewrite initiate of the law or adopt it as originally edited. (Miller, n.d.).The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is arguably the virtually significant development of the American Law, which offers comprehensive ways of addressing issues of commercial business. The drafts and text of the code are written by commercial law experts and submi tted to the Uniform Law commissioners in collaboration with American Law fetch for approval. The approving team is comprised of Attorneys qualified to Practice law, federal and state judges, and university Law professors across the United States. They then, carry out and decide whether to endorse the drafts or forward them back to experts for more revision. More often such revisions acquire many drafts but one has to be adopted, and the agents recommend that the states adopt it.The system was developed to address cardinal central issues. First was to harmonize varied approaches by state laws that made interstate business transactions difficulty. Secondly was to improve the management of legal and contractual requirements of operating business. The code has nine articles, each with nutrition that relate to the particular area of commercial law and therefore, the conduct of business in different states needed to comply with the UCC
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Methodology for qualitiative study - Research Paper ExampleOf particular touch is the Lebanese population living in Sydney. Much of the Lebanese population in the region is witting that Diabetes exists and many within the Lebanese community know what the disease is, through associated with family members and friends who down the disease. However, many barriers calculate to exist in achieving a greater level of control of this serious health issue. There argon also many barriers to prevention, that appear to be prevalent, among members of the Lebanese community in Sydney. In order to reach a more thorough picture of how the Lebanese population views the health issue and assess what it knows intimately Diabetes, a research study has been conducted. It is hoped that results of the research will provide greater insights into the challenges in preventing and managing Diabetes, within the Lebanese immigrant population, living in Australia. Data can then be used to develop local or re gional education and prevention programs that address the particular needs of the Lebanese population. ... Descriptive research is that which gathers study slightly a current condition. There is an emphasis on describing the condition, rather than on judging or interpreting results. The open-ended questions allow for study participants to provide answers that involve physical, emotional and psychological effects of having Diabetes, in the Lebanese culture. It is an experience that whitethorn be unique to this population, considering the unique features of the Lebanese culture. Descriptive research seeks to check an existing hypothesis, related to the current condition. With respect to the Lebanese culture and the incidence of Diabetes, it is hypothesised that many cultural influences have a great impact on the incidence and management of the disease. Descriptive research focuses on explaining a current condition or issue in detail, allowing for a complete picture into how the con dition is influenced, by a variety of factors. With respect to the local Lebanese population, descriptive research allows the researcher to gain a broader perspective into how Diabetes affects the individual, family, relationships, work, economic status and lifestyle of each participant. It also provides a picture of how each of these factors may influence the prevalence and management of Diabetes within the specific population. With descriptive research, the researcher typically has an idea of the pleasing of understanding or knowledge to be gained. Knowing how various members of the Lebanese community feel about Diabetes and their beliefs surrounding the disease can provide the researcher with ideas on where barriers to understanding and managing the disease lie. As the blueprint of this study
Monday, May 13, 2019
claw Abandonment kill(affect) children - Research Paper ExampleAdditionally, political conditions may contribute towards abandonment as unmistakable in the Romanian revolution (Nelson, Fox and Zeanah 64). claw abandonment may also be associated with the deficiency of institutions such as orphanages, which take care of children in cocktail dress their bring ups or guardians fail to support them. Child abandonment is a very serious problem, which affects the long-term development of a child. Parents should be careful in front abandoning their children because it can cause long-term psychological impact, raise trust issues and expose the child to physical and psychic health problems.According to Karen Maier, children who are toss harbor long-standing senses of shame and loss. These children may either idealize or reject the absent parent. Karen (2013) stated, children who completely reject their absent parents strive to be the exact opposite of the parent who abandoned them (M aier 2). Conversely, children who idealize the parent who abandoned them pass a tendency of developing fantasies about them in order to provide temporary comfort.Long-term psychological impact of child abandonment include issues such as problems maintaining long-term relationships, depression, eating disorders, social disabilities, cognitive or learning disabilities and low self-esteem. Children who have been abandoned experience disorganized or insecure attachment with other people. As a result, they have problems interacting with others or maintaining long-term relationships (Clothier 1). Patterns of child-parent or caregiver attachments are important during growth. These patterns determine the social and emotional development of the child. Children who have been abandoned have insecure attachment with others because their primary source of protection or safety, in this case the parent, abandoned them. These children consider their parents as a source of harm, which leaves the ch ild in an irresolvable state of conflict. Abandoned