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Values and Actions of a Role Model - A role model is an individual that one aspires to be like in the present or the future. Role models can be a celebrity or someone we connect with on a daily bases. In addition, there are several characteristics a role model should possess, such as: Moral, confidence, hardworking, respectful, optimistic and creative (Freddie, 2014). There are different types of role models in society today, who play great social roles. These are individuals who are prestigious and willing to help others find success as well....   [tags: Role Model Essays]
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Role Strain in the Nursing Profession - As health care in America continues to undergo rampant changes, nurses are presented with the task of accomplishing much more than the traditional roles of caring for patients. These challenges are increasing the incidence of role strain within the nursing profession. Role strain, according to V. Lambert and Lambert (2001), has been intellectualized as the result of incongruences in the expectations of a particular role compared to what is actually being accomplished in the role. Understanding the influence of role strain on nurses is integral to the preservation of the profession (Lambert, V., & Lambert, 2001)....   [tags: role strain in nursing students]
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The Role of the Exercise Professional - Discuss the role of the exercise professional and evidence that examines the effectiveness of different approaches and teaching skills. The role of an exercise professional is to aid their client and to display certain characteristics whilst doing so. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) (2010) says that an exercise professional should pay each client individual attention to help them achieve their personal targets by the means of safe and effective practice. The service they provide should be reliable and of a high quality....   [tags: Role of the Exercise Professional ]
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The Role of Advertising in Business - 1. INTRODUCTION 2. LITERATURE REVIEW 3. RESEARCH OBJECTIVE 4. SOURCES OF DATA 5. RESEARCH DESIGN 6. CONCLUSIONS 7. BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. INTRODUCTION Advertising in business is a type of marketing communication used to encourage, persuade, or manipulate a customer to take or continue to take some action. The desired result is to drive consumer behavior with respect to a commercial offering. The primary role of advertising is to inform potential customers of the products and services in the market and convince them to make a purchase....   [tags: Role of Market Communication]
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Celebrity Role Models and Children - During these times, once you turn on your television set you are abruptly notified on yet another absurd act that a celebrity had committed the night before. The media becomes engrossed by the despicable behavior and ravages at it as if it was the final grain of rice. Once they have completed a story that is at the right level of crudeness, they deliver it to the public. The vulgar news reaches households all across the world, and then it soon pollutes the minds of innocent and young children. At a young age, boys and girls commonly compare themselves with reference groups of people who occupy the social role to which they desire....   [tags: Celebrities, children, role models,] 692 words
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Gestalt Therapy and Role Playing - Now, more than ever, with the gradual reduction of resources available to the social services department, the social workers no longer have the time available to devote to each individual client. A good alternative to this ever increasing dilemma is group treatment. Gestalt Therapy is a form of therapy which is used in group treatment and has enhanced progress in this area. German-born psychiatrist, Fritz Perls, conceptualized and developed this theory called Gestalt therapy. The German word gestalt cannot be translated into an equivalent, English term....   [tags: Gestalt Therapy, Role Playing]
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Role Development Concepts & Issues - The process of role development goes beyond networking and taking on a new role as an APN. According to Brykczynski’s study of clinical nurse specialists, role development involves a complete makeover of one’s professional identity and the ability to integrate the seven core advanced practice competencies.1 New graduate APNs go through phases during their transitioning period, from a registered nurse to an APN; these phases include orientation, frustration, implementation, integration, frozen, reorganization and complant.2 The first phase discussed is orientation, during this phase; the APN is excited and eager about the new role....   [tags: role development, nursing, nurses]
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My Role in Society - Life is a short journey that each and every human has to attempt. But why do people stop thinking about their importance in the society. Why do they forget that this huge world has a special space reserved for their role or thinking. As tiny drops of water make up a sea, as small components of particles come together from their unity and make up a planet, God has given us an opportunity to change this world in a small way but with our own thoughts not of others. By saying the above sentence I remember a story that my mom told me when I was in Grade 7, there was a man on the sea shore who was throwing a starfish one by one, by seeing this man a boy came and asked him what was he trying to do...   [tags: My Role in the World] 565 words
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The Influence of Role Models on Young People - Role models have an astounding effect on the lives of young people in our society. A role model has the ability to shape the views, ideals, and actions of a young person. Role models help youth to discover how they wish to become in the future. The influence that role models have over young people is tremendous. It is important for role models to be positive and responsible in instilling good morals and values because future generations are directly dependent on the role models of today. By examining the influence of role models, role models in the community, and role models in the media, we will be able to determine the true effect that role models have on the lives of youth....   [tags: A Role Model's Impact on Youth] 596 words
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Gender Role Portrayal And The Disney Princesses - Children were running around inspecting the entire store while their parents watched over them in hopes they wouldn't break anything too expensive. In all this confusion, I had lost sight of my younger sister who was now busy looking at the collection of princess dolls, with a few other girls. As I made my way towards my sister, I couldn't help but notice that many of the dolls had been glamorized and put into extravagant dresses, emphasizing their princess status. Mulan no longer had short hair or armor but long flowing hair, dressed in a traditional Geisha dress completely dismantling her warrior status, emphasizing her feminine qualities instead....   [tags: Gender Role Essays]
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Role of the States In Health Care Policy - The government’s responsibilities concerning health care has grown over the last 100 years. After the Great Depression, Social Security was formed; and in the 1960s, Medicare and Medicaid were enacted. Federal responsibilities grew until the “New Federalism” of the 1990s increased reliance on the states for health care (Longest, 2010, pp. 30-33). Smaller, more local government can represent its citizen’s values better, and it knows the nature of its citizens’ problems. The New Federalism did not significantly change health policy; it gave the states more authority in setting policy and more flexibility in administering programs (Longest, 2010, pp....   [tags: State's Role in Health Care]
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A Woman’s Role in a Patriarchal Society - At the end of the 19th and start of the 20th centuries, a series of events occurred that would be known as the feminist movement. During this time, many woman were starting to change the way they thought of themselves and wanted to change their social roles. In his views on feminist analysis Donald Hall says, “Feminist methodologies focus on gender…and explore the complex ways in which women have been denied social power and the right to various forms of self-expression the many perspectives that fall under the heading ‘feminism’ vary wildly”(Hall 199)....   [tags: feminist movement, domestic role, feminism]
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The Implications of Multinational Corporations Stepping Into the Role of the State - Society has always had some type of group or body whose role is to oversee the tasks necessary in maintaining peace, security, and stability in the society. The treaty of Westphalia (1648) would outline the sovereignty of states, wherein it is expected that each state has ultimate control within it territorial boundaries, and lead to the preeminence of states. However, due to the rapid growth in technology and the number of civil society organizations and multinational corporations (MNCs), the supremacy of states is fundamentally being challenged as “the relationship between [states] and companies is changing ....   [tags: Role of the State, Civil Societies]
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Gender Role Behaviors: Biology and Society Share Responsibility - There are many different facets to the nature versus nurture argument that has been going on for decades. One of these, the influence of nature and nurture on gender roles and behaviors, is argued well by both Deborah Blum and Aaron Devor, both of whom believe that society plays a large role in determining gender. I, however, have a tendency to agree with Blum that biology and society both share responsibility for these behaviors. The real question is not whether gender expression is a result of nature or nurture, but how much of a role each of these plays....   [tags: Gender Role Behaviors and Attitudes]
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The Role of Religion and Major Deities in Ancient Egypt - Prior to Egypt becoming unified under the rules of pharaohs each community of people in the Nile Valley and along the Nile River developed its own god or gods, many connected or replicating animals. Religion played a central role in the daily lives of ancient Egyptians and inspired the extraordinary temples, pyramids and other associated magnificent structures. The unique spiritual world was complex with the fascination of afterlife and the many associated deities such as Ra, the sun god, Osiris, the ruler of the underworld and Ptah, creator of humans to name a few....   [tags: Role of Religion in Ancient Egypt]
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The Role of Women in England’s Medieval Feudal System - Life in Medieval Europe was governed by the Pyramid-shaped Feudal System. The operation of this system consisted of the lowest peasants at the base and the highest lords at the top. One good thing about the feudal system was that it was possible for everyone to move up in rank. However, it was much harder to women. (Feudalism Pyramid) Women’s standing in this pyramid were determined by the male in her life, whether it be a husband, father, or brother. Yet, no matter what their standing may be, women were not seen in a positive light or valued....   [tags: British history, women's role]
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The Government’s Role in the Surgical Tools Industry - 4) Considering the government mechanisms introduced in Harborne, P. and Hendry, C. 2012. “Commercialising new energy technologies: failure of the Japanese machine?” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Vol. 24, No. 5, pp. 497–510, describe the role of government as your chosen industry has emerged. The Life Science Surgical Tools Industry is the use of technology to help save people’s lives. For example, Robotic Surgery is a life science surgical tool designed to help surgeons make precise incisions....   [tags: Role of Government in Business]
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Role of Religion in Greek, Sumerian, and Roman Society - The role of religion in ancient civilizations was one of primary importance. There was no idea of a separation of church and state. Rather, religious and political authorities were inseparable, with political and royal authority seen as coming directly from the gods. While various ancient civilizations had different religions and different interpretations of how those religions interacted with society, all believed that the supernatural was a part of the everyday life. At times, as in the case of Ancient Egypt, rulers were considered to actually be gods and worshiped as such....   [tags: Role of Religion in Ancient Civilizations]
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Taylor Swift: My Role Model - Ever since I was in eighth grade, I have been obsessed with Taylor Swift. She has been my role model since I was thirteen. When you look at most singers today, they have to be singing about drugs or alcohol, using vulgar language, or performing half-dressed. You never see Taylor Swift doing anything that she would be ashamed of later in life. On the other hand, she has had many relationships that have lasted short time periods. At least, she is not getting married for 72 days or even 24 hours such Kim Kardashian or Britney Spears....   [tags: dress, relationship, singer, role model] 904 words
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Role Models and Leadership in "Romeo and Juliet" - There are various displays of leadership and role modeling in the Shakespearean play 'Romeo and Juliet'. When one hears the term leader, there may be some confusion around what qualities a leader may or may not possess. One should also avoid confusing a good leader with a good role model, because although a good role model may possess similar qualities, there are a few qualities that are required in order to be a strong leader. Two very good examples of the contrasts between a good leader and a good role model are the characters Friar Lawrence and the Prince of Verona, in Romeo and Juliet....   [tags: Role Models, Leadership, Romeo and Juliet, shakesp] 800 words
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How Are Most Celebrities Inappropriate Role Models for the Youth? - People look up to celebrities as role models, the youth especially. The youth believes that if they imitate these cynosures they will become affluent and legendary. Famous people imply that if the youth act insubordinately they will be successful in life. Celebrities of today are not appropriate role models for this generation. Everywhere a person looks, sex is exalted by celebrities. Commercials and advertisements now use risqué celebrities who are half naked to endorse their products. A 'Got Milk?' advertisement used an exposed photograph of Miley Cyrus with nothing but a sheet covering her breasts and a portion of her posterior....   [tags: celebrities, role, models, youth, sex] 586 words
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The Nurse’s Role in Supporting the Organization’s Strategic Agenda - The Joint Commission (TJC) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have developed standards and core measures that influence payment, accreditation, and patient care. Every health care organization has developed a strategic agenda to meet these standards. The purpose of this paper is to look at the role nurse’s play in supporting a health care facility’s strategic agenda. Quality Personnel Interview Interviewee and Setting To get a more detailed picture of how nurses directly influence patient care, including satisfaction and safety, one must look toward a safety specialist in a health care system....   [tags: role of nurses in hospital quality]
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Role of Women in Sir Gawain and The Green Knight and The Wife of Bath’s Tale - In the Middle Ages, the roles of women became less restricted and confined and women became more opinionated and vocal. Sir Gawain and The Green Knight presents Lady Bertilak, the wife of Sir Bertilak, as a woman who seems to possess some supernatural powers who seduces Sir Gawain, and Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Wife of Bath Prologue and Tale, present women who are determined to have power and gain sovereignty over the men in their lives. The female characters are very openly sensual and honest about their wants and desires....   [tags: Role of Women in Middle Ages]
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The Importance of a Role Model in The Adventures of Huckberry Finn by Mark Twain - “The Widow Douglas she took me for her son, and allowed she would sivilize me” (Twain 1). The role of a parent is important in a person’s life, as they learn the acceptable way to live their lives, and even how to act spiritually. As people begin to grow up, they remember the traits and guidelines given by their guardians, and use them to establish their own beliefs and shape their actions. In the novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain exemplifies the influence of morals and religion that the Widow Douglas teaches young Huck and he returns to throughout the novel....   [tags: morals, religion, parent, role] 897 words
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Important Role of Women in Homer's Odyssey -   For the Greeks, Homer's Odyssey was much more than just an entertaining tale of gods, monsters, and men, it served as cultural paradigm from which every important role and relationship could be defined.  This book, much more so than its counter part The Iliad, gives an eclectic view of the Achean's peacetime civilization.  Through Odyssey, we gain an understanding of what is proper or improper in relationships between father and son, god and mortal, servant and master, guest and host, and--importantly--man and woman.  Women play a vital role in the movement of this narrative.  Unlike in The Iliad, where they are chiefly prizes to be won, bereft of identity, the women of Odyssey are unique...   [tags: The Role of Women in The Odyssey]
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The Role of Teachers in Preventing Child Abuse - There are various strategies used within schools to tackle child abuse. In order to discuss the strategies fully there is a need to define what exactly is meant by child abuse. It is also necessary to be aware of what advice and guidance there is offered through Government documentation and circulars to schools on their role in preventing child abuse. Having put child abuse and the school's role into context, then the strategies used by the school as a whole and by the teacher within the classroom can be discussed....   [tags: School's Role in Preventing Child Abuse] 1747 words
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Role of Women Between the 11th and 15th centuries. - The role of women in learning and education underwent a gradual change in the Afro-Eurasian world and the Americas between the 11th and 15th centuries. As societies in Africa, Middle East, India, China, Europe, and America grew more complex they created new rights and new restrictions for women. In all regions of the world but the Middle East, society allowed women to maintain education in order to support themselves and their occupations. Women slaves in the Middle East were, however, prized on their intelligence....   [tags: Role of Women Essays] 589 words
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Why Athletes are Good Role Models - Why Athletes are Good Role Models Ever since the ancient years, we have admired athletes and the hard work that they do to achieve their goal of winning. We idolize them and wish we were more like them. What happens though when the realization sinks in that they are human too and that some of them do get greedy and selfish. A lot of athletes are model citizens that you should really look up to, but there are also some bad apples in the bunch that ruin it for everyone. Athletes can inspire young people to work hard so that their efforts can pay off, but no one is pure and flawless....   [tags: Athletes Athletics Sports Role Models Essays] 1472 words
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A Media Specialist’s Role in the Research Process - A Media Specialist’s Role in the Research Process When settlers from the East planned to “go West,” they faced many challenges. Becoming hopelessly lost was likely. Starvation was a possibility. Floods threatened total destruction. Settlers needed an experienced guide to lead them to their destination. When students begin research projects, they face similar challenges—although the challenges are intellectual rather than physical. They can become hopelessly lost as they try to follow Internet links from one site to another....   [tags: Librarians Library Media Specialist Role Essays]
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Music Played Key Role in US Civil Rights Movement - Music was used as a critical instrument in the early 20th century in mobilizing and inspiring the civil rights movement by giving them more voice to bring out their grievances. According to Kerk (2007, p.18) Martin Luther king was the most prolific figure who utilized music to sensitize society, “we believe that freedom songs play a big and vital part in the struggle that we are going through” this words were also echoed by the Albany movement “music keeps us a live, it gives us a sense of unity, new courage every dawn, hope to move on that the future still holds something in our most daring and dreadful hours” Development of Music The 20th century was a century which United States had g...   [tags: Role of Music in the Civil Rights Movement]
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The Role of a Manager - The purpose of this paper is to explain the role of the manager in an organization. Manager has been variously defined by different authors. However to summarize views of some of the major theorists, manager is a person who controls resources, men, structures and processes within an organization. He may do so at the top level or within the hierarchy. Manager as the leader of the organization has a critical role to perform. The first role to be played by the manager is the planning. Planning means the process through which the managers determines a course of action which helps the company to achieve the organizational objectives....   [tags: management, ] 512 words
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A Role of the Women - The Role of a Woman In a Raisin in the Sun is a play about a family that lives on the South side of Chicago, a section of the city Hansberry once described as “ a place apart”, where “ each piece of our living is a protest “. After the death of Walter Young (Big Walter), his wife, Lena (Mama), is the beneficiary of a $10,000 insurance policy. The money will be used to provide for the family’s future. Race, race relation and big Walter’s insurance money supply the thematic context for Hansberry’s play; but the Younger family is, essentially, searching for its place within American society....   [tags: Literary Analysis, A Raisin In the Sun] 1129 words
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The Role of the Inspector - Discuss the role of the Inspector in J.B. Priestley’s play ‘An Inspector Calls.’ What is this characters main function and how effective is he. ‘An Inspector Calls’ was written by J.B. Priestley in 1945, but is set specifically in 1912. The Birlings, an upper-middle class family, are celebrating their daughter’s engagement to a business-rival’s son. Into this scene of celebration comes the Inspector, who is there to investigate the suicide of a young working class woman. In this essay I intend to examine the role of the Inspector in the play, looking at his main functions and how effective he is in his role....   [tags: Theater] 1825 words
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The Role of the Prosecutor - In the American Criminal Justice System, there are four key attributes in the role of the prosecutor. There are discretion, resource dependence, sequential tasks, and filtering. The prosecutors are lawyers that are accountable for presenting criminal cases in trial. The United States Attorneys are pointed by state or government, and represent the federal government in courts. They prosecute all adults who commit felonies and juveniles who commit delinquent crimes. Conjointly, the prosecutors have further responsibilities, such as legal adviser of the country commissioners, the Board of Elections, and written admonition of the prosecutors....   [tags: Justice System ]
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The Role of a Writer - Before one can truly appreciate a writer’s role, they should take a quick walk down memory lane. Writers have been around as long ago as 25,000 to 30,000 b.c, painting pictures on cave walls was one way how they would expressed what others could not say. Later in 2900 b.c the Egyptians developed hieroglyphic writing. The first alphabet script appeared in Palestine at about 160 b.c, this script influenced many scripts to be created. Historic writers started with stone and clay tablets to express their thoughts....   [tags: Writing] 1447 words
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The Role of the Citizen - The role of the citizen is a role with many parts that make up one model character. A good citizen must remain loyal to its country and respect all laws laid down by its government. They also work to improve their communities and stay up-to-date on all the goings-on. But what is a citizen. What makes someone a citizen. When you are a citizen, how do you be a good one. All of those questions and more are answered in this dissertation. The Role of the Citizen If you are a citizen of the U.S.A. you may enjoy numerous basic rights and freedoms....   [tags: Citizenship Essay] 1399 words
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The Role of the Citizen - The role of the citizen is a role with many parts that make up one model character. A good citizen must remain loyal to its country and respect all laws laid down by its government. But what is a citizen. What makes someone a citizen. When you are a citizen, how do you be a good one. All of those questions and more will be answered in this essay. What is a citizen. A citizen is a legal member of a country to which it pledges fidelity. Along with citizenship are certain freedoms, shielding and onuses....   [tags: Citizenship Essay] 1225 words
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The Role of the Narrator - Tell Me A Story The narrator is the person telling the story and can range from one to several, within a single story. How the author develops the narration will direct how their work is perceived by the reader. The narrator can present the story reliably or dishonestly, from a compelling view to an ironic view. The author can lose or gain pertinent information simply by changing the narration. Narration is a guide for the reader “…it requires the invention of a narrator,” Diane Middlebook said, “who serves as a contemporary guide to the materials of the book…” (Middlebrook)....   [tags: Example, Short Stories] 955 words
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The Role of the Leader - The Role of the Leader A leader is a person who creates vision, goals, and influences others to share that vision and work towards achieving those goals. According to Bennis and Nanus (1985), Leadership is the process of providing direction, energizing others and obtaining their voluntary commitment to the leader’s vision. A vision is an articulated image of the future that projects purpose, direction and priorities. The responsibilities of a leader can differ from different environment. Basically, a leader is a person that sticks to the commitment of a company or an organisation to achieve its goals using the necessary skills....   [tags: vision, environment, commitment, goals] 791 words
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The Role of a Leader - When it comes to leadership everyone has their own idea or theory of what is required of a leader, how they should be perceived, and what skills it takes to be a leader. The information below shows how ethics, healthy communication, performance, power, and social perception are a part of being a leader in the business world. A leader in the business environment has to have high morals, understand, set a strong example of the actions they want their employees to emulate, exhibit that they are in charge, and have a good reputation....   [tags: ethics, character] 1695 words
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Role of a Pastor - "Pastor" is a common description of the Christian leader's role. Using your own recent observation and experience, discuss the value and the disadvantages in this imagery The term 'Pastor` is a title most people in western culture are familiar with. Pastoral care and pastoral services are phrases which are not today restricted to the religious world. However, an understanding of what it means to be 'Pastoral` can often be misinterpreted; and, particularly so, within the precincts of the Christian church....   [tags: Pastoral Care, Pastoral Services, Church]
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Role of a Teacher - The overall role of a teacher is to impart knowledge to learners in order for them to achieve. However, specific roles and responsibilities are many and varied. A teacher is responsible for ensuring they have an extensive knowledge of the subject which they teach in order to ensure learners receive correct information. An adequately prepared teacher is able to share additional knowledge with their learners and give relevant and up to date examples. A teacher should remember that they are a role model to their learners and should set a good example by behaving in a professional manner....   [tags: philosophy of education] 1577 words
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Role of the Teacher - Role of the teacher: According to collective argumentation model by Brown and Renshaw (2000) the skills of representation, comparison, explanation, justification, agreement and validation are to be used in co-ordinating the phases of their interaction in small groups. The use of these strategies is realized in small group situations in which the teacher first guides the students in sharing their personal views on interpretation of the problem or task in question. This is followed by comparing, explaining and justifying various perspectives in small groups, by establishing a joint agreement, and then by presenting the group’s joint representation to the whole class for validation....   [tags: Education, philosophy of education] 1646 words
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The Role of Women - The roles of women have altered our lives substantially from the beginning of time. Take the example of Eve in the Garden of Eden. If the theory is true that our existence relies completely on a God who created us, then had Eve not eaten the forbidden fruit, humanity would not have been born apart from the only two people on Earth. As part of my research, I took the liberty of interviewing a woman whom I have grown dearly close. I first met Ann when I was a little girl near the age of four just after I had discovered my love of ice skating....   [tags: rights, ice skating, coaching, reputation]
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The Role of Women - Powerful. Yet full of temptation. The women in the Epic of Gilgamesh were powerful because of the knowledge they had. They might not have ruled in Mesopotamia, but they knew their place and they knew their knowledge was useful to others. Throughout this epic, there are women who get power from their body and ability to seduce men, women who are goddesses and have the right connections, and women who are merely just house wives with essential information given at the right moments. Even though the role of women in Ancient Mesopotamia society is lesser then the role of men, the response from women is more powerful and wise....   [tags: Epic of Gilgamesh, power, wisdom, love]
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The Role of Censorship - Censorship plays a huge role in today’s society. Censorship effects society in excellent ways by putting a blind fold on certain types of media, language, and other social values that should not be seen by all humans. Censorship is known to many as being listed under the category of moral. Censorship is moral, because it bans certain books from schools that should be banned, it helps parents keep their children from material they should not be in acquaintance with, and is politically correct for society and students due to its ethical values....   [tags: Benefits, Book Banishment, Schools]
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Role of a Structure - Structure is an essential part of any piece of architecture. Frankly, it is a reason buildings do not fall down. Whether it is a house, a bridge or a stadium – it is subjected to a number of loads which have to be resisted in one way or another. Structures serve this purpose of transferring loads from the points at which they are applied to the foundations. No building can possibly exist without this component and quite often architecture is defined by structures rather than the other way around....   [tags: Architecture] 1480 words
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The Role of Photography - Presently, photography has transformed into a social rite that is widely practiced by masses as a part of their daily lives. People preserve their memories on a photosensitive film through their lens (images) and convert them subsequently into the form of images (camera). They credit these images as they do believe that the pictures will exist in immortality even though the event has ended, whereas the aging brains will drain their memories away. These pictures remember every single little thing, long after they have forgotten everything....   [tags: Revealing the Truth] 823 words
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The Role of Vocabulary - When referring to the role of vocabulary in the six different areas of knowledge- mathematics, the natural sciences, the human sciences, history, the arts or ethics, the way of knowing- language, comes naturally. If the claim ‘vocabulary shapes what we can know’ can be applied universally, can we say that all knowledge is shaped by our vocabulary. If we imagine no form of language in our life, would we not know what we know. For a deeper evaluation of the claim, with language as a way of knowing, let’s consider three of the areas of knowledge: the natural sciences, mathematics and the arts....   [tags: Influences on Knowledge]
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The Role of Congress - Congress has helped develop the Presidency as we know it today. This is because Congress argues over proposals and legislation proposed by the President. They are a major determent in whether bills turn into laws. But it’s not easy. One reason for this is because there are many powerful groups out there who argue about what should be discussed such as air pollution with the EPA or jobs. In order to run more efficiently, there are certain responsibilities that Congress has given to the President over time....   [tags: Power, Presidency, Legislation] 922 words
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Role of a Controller - A chief accounting officer and head of the accounting department are called as the controller. A controller is responsible for each and every activity of the business and they prepare the financial statement of the company (AccountingCoach, n.d.). Controller has the responsibility in monitoring every activity which has impact on the financials of the company. It is the responsibility of the controller to make analyses, interpreting and to control the entire accounting and financials of the company....   [tags: Chief Accounting Officer, Accounting Department]
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The Negative Impact of Television on the Family - Television had always existed in the living room since I remembered. I did not realize television’s impacts on individuals because I thought of it as an appliance. Although not many see the impacts of television, the author named Marie Winn wrote the article “Television: The Plug-In Drug” that points out television’s negative impacts on family. Winn argues that television is not a good asset in the house because it complicates the relationships and family rituals. The relationships bonds decreased due to many television sets in a house....   [tags: Role of TV]
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Women Spies in the American Civil War - With over a half million deaths the most gruesome war in American history drove citizens to action. The suffering during this era was so great many were inspired by nationalism to act. For those who were unable to join the fight upon the battlefield, espionage represented a chance for personal involvement. Although it is believed that many agents never sought recognition for their service, especially Confederate scouts, documentation depicts the espionage present during the American Civil War to be surprisingly sophisticated....   [tags: role of women]
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Stress Management in a Law Enforcement Agency - The direction that a law enforcement administration takes in setting standards and goals for dealing with stress within the department will have an impact on the officers in which they manage. In most cases, stress reduction for the department that begins with the highest levels of the administration. Training, talking, and the policies of the department are sometimes a viewed as a necessary evil by officers, but when used effectively, the benefits, and knowledge obtained in these setting, will reduce duplication of the tactics for the reduction of stress that were non productive in the past, and will allow management to harness each of the individuals personal strengths, to meet stress redu...   [tags: Role of Administration]
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Romeo and Juliet, adapted by Baz Luhrmann - What is the relationship like between Juliet & her parents. Do you think the Capulet’s are good parents. Over four hundred years ago, William Shakespeare wrote the passionate “Romeo & Juliet” – first performed in 1595, the play has since captured the hearts of millions of people all over the world. The “star-crossed” lovers, Romeo & Juliet show us their tale of desperation, virtue, and passion, as they live, and die together. Set in the wealthy, romantic city of Verona, this essay will illustrate Juliet’s relationship with her parents, as a direct comparison to Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays....   [tags: The Role of the Parents] 1118 words
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Working Womens During World War II - This essay will be focusing on women who worked during the world war two and their roles in the community. Not only would it focus on their roles it will also look at the fashion of these women; what they wore to work during the war, after the war and what is being worn to work nowadays. The research on the fashion change relates to my work the most as i’ve tried to portray the changes in the fashion of these working class women, what it means and how it shows off women as a being. Even though most of the women that worked during the second world war were said to be in the middle-class range this essay will focus on the working-class females in the society....   [tags: women's role]
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Role of Informatics - ... Along with the expansion in technology, nurse’s roles and patient outcomes have also improved. Changes Informatics has already transformed health care, and with new technologies, there will be even more changes. Nurses will have a vital role in most of these changes, as their roles reach across many areas of our health care system. Some of the easiest seen changes will directly involve patient care. They will be things like improving “patient safety,” “error reduction,” “human-computer interfaces,” and robotics (Hebda & Czar, 2013, p....   [tags: nursing, important changes]
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Faith in Mental Health - ... Faith and psychology have a history of differences. Beginning with Sigmund Freud, much of the mental health field at most acknowledges faith as a delusion that causes individuals to avoid reality. Although, some progression has been made since Freud’s time, not much of the mental Health field recognizes the importance of understanding a patient’s faith and the benefits it can bring to certain individuals. Faith, contributes to personal and social identities, ethics, and for a majority of individuals, it is a source of support....   [tags: role in psychology] 1616 words
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Overview of the Role Theory of Management - Overview of the Role Theory of Management The Role Theory of management is based on individuals within the organization adapting to the formal and informal roles that come with their position. According to CSU-global Module 3 (2013), “Roles shape the way we see ourselves and help to define the behaviors we exhibit and don’t exhibit within organizations” (p.5). These roles are defined by the position held by the individual and how they interrelate to other individuals and their role in the organization....   [tags: organization, supervisor, training]
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The Role of a Mediator in a Conflict - In the conflict with Mr. Doe and Mr. Tono has multilevel dimensions within the conflict. The conflict involves multiple parties and each party brings a different dynamic. Taking part in mediation each party would have a different view of how events happened before the conflict. Vindelov (2012) describes that the parties have developed a different view and positions of the course of events. Having multiple parties and different views communication is one key element. Each party wants to express their viewpoint which creates dialogue between the parties....   [tags: communication, translator, parties]
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The Role of Fate in Romeo and Juliet - In the book Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare, fate plays a large role in moving the plot along. It does this by bringing people together. Fate also plays a role in a couple people’s deaths, including the main characters, Romeo and Juliet. The bringing of people together by fate played a huge role in moving along Romeo and Juliet’s plot. A great example of this is how Romeo’s “true love” Rosaline has vowed to remain chaste her whole life. This makes Romeo more open to dating someone else. Benvolio then tells Romeo to go to a party that the Capulet’s are hosting....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature] 503 words
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What Are the Role and Responsibilities of Teacher? - ... When they trust me they will feel safe to open their personal and confidential information to me. 1.2 Explain own responsibilities for promoting equality and valuing diversity As a teacher I have to consider and recognise every signal learner’s actual needs. What they can understand and they can’t even though whatever the information and learning materials, I am providing to them are they enable to going forward with that or not. As I consider myself as a human being so I have to consider treat them as human....   [tags: regulatory requirements, codes of practice]
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The Role of the Management Consultant - Introduction The review set out to discuss the statement "It is the consultant’s responsibility to facilitate client decision-making, not change the decisions the client would have made anyway" (Wickham and Wickham 2008). To do so, the review firstly outlines the client- consultant relationship and the consultant’s responsibility and role once they are hired, in light of the work of prominent authors like Appelbaum (2004), Calvert (2005) and O’Mahoney (2010). Then, the review analyses the client’s decision-making processes and consultant’s role in it, with help of authors like Wickham and Wickham (2008), Schein (1997) and Turner (1982)....   [tags: A Consultant's Responsibility]
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The Role of the Teacher: Motivating the Learner - What is the role of the teacher, and what steps will you take to ensure that you are fulfilling this role. The role of the teacher is to instruct his students with valuable and worthy lessons that would produce a favorable change in the life of the students. In order for the instruction to be effective, and in order for the change in the life of the students to be lifelong, the teacher must instill discipline and “make disciples” out of students. Since the law of apperception dictates that all learning depends on skills that were previously acquired, should a teacher succeed in instilling discipline in his students, then his students will be prepared for the next set of lessons that life ha...   [tags: Christian Education, Elements] 937 words
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What is the Role of a Teaching Assistant? - What is the Role of a Teaching Assistant. What does a Teaching Assistant (TA) do. there are many variations to this role making this not a straight forward question to answer. There are class teaching assistants, Special Educational Needs (SEN) teaching assistants, specialist subject teaching assistants, Higher Level teaching assistants (HLTA’s) to name a few. The job role will differ from school to school as TA’s are present in schools from Early Years classrooms through to senior and upper schools, making the role of a TA an extremely diverse and varied one....   [tags: cognitive development, lesson plan, education]
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The Role of The Gods in The Lives of Men - The role of the gods in the lives of men is very apparent in many works of literature. The gods play a significant, if not dominate role in each and every one of these works. The gods use their powers for many diverse and essential actions. In the numerous works, readers can see the gods determining the events in the lives of men time after time. In The Odyssey, the Greek Goddess, Athena, uses her power to influence many aspects of the lives of both Odysseus and his son, Telemachus. Athena has an extraordinarily close relationship with Odysseus....   [tags: Greek Mythology]
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The Important Role of Woman in the Iliad - Homer's Iliad is the product of a society in which men played the dominant role. Throughout history, women have been viewed as playing small roles in society. The role of women in the Iliad is very small and overshadowed by the main story of Achilles and the Trojan War. The shadow that is cast over the women in the Iliad can often block readers from seeing the important role that they play in this classic Epic Poem. Most readers view the women of the Iliad as simply war prizes but without them there would be no story....   [tags: Greek Literature] 731 words
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The Role of the Amygdala in Human Functioning - History The term ‘amygdala’ was first used by Burdach (1819) and referred to a set of nuclei in the brain (Aggleton & Saunders, 2000). In 1939, researchers Klüver & Bucy inflicted bilateral lesions of the inferior temporal lobe of monkeys in a laboratory in an attempt to reduce aggression. These lesions affected the cortical areas, amygdala, and the hippocampus. Later this became known as Klüver-Bucy syndrome, and consisted of symptoms such as psychic blindness, hypermetamorphsis, oral tendencies, and changes in emotional and sexual behaviors....   [tags: Physiology, Neurology]
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The Role of Women in Richard II - The Role of Women in Richard II Throughout the historical literary periods, many writers underrepresented and undervalued the role of women in society, even more, they did not choose to yield the benefits of the numerous uses of the female character concerning the roles which women could accomplish as plot devices and literary tools. William Shakespeare was one playwright who found several uses for female characters in his works. Despite the fact that in Shakespeare's history play, Richard II, he did not use women in order to implement the facts regarding the historical events....   [tags: widow, mother, wife, queen, domestic, emotion] 2164 words
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The Role of Women in Ancient Societies - The role of women in ancient societies Throughout ancient history the role of women in their respective societies has been varied from culture to culture. Some cultures viewed women as equals. Others viewed women as inferior. I will explore the roles these women played in ancient society. Some of our earliest know ancestors were people know as hunter/gatherers. These individuals were constantly on the move in search of food and supplies. Because of this nomadic lifestyle, each person played an equally vital role in survival, regardless of sex....   [tags: Equality, Gender] 706 words
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The Role of Others in the Formation of the Self - To many, it may seem others play an important role in the formation of self. When we interact with others, make comparisons with others and live out our social roles we seem to be affected – so we assume that so is the formation of our “self”. In reality, it isn’t affected. With an idealist view of a non-physical self, that also possesses continuity and unity it can be exposed how flawed this view of self is, and how others play no role whatsoever in the formation of the self. However, our sensory knowledge which is deceptive, leads us to believe in an incorrect view of self, causing the illusion of the importance of the role of others in the formation of the self....   [tags: self, psychology, ]
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The Role of The Public Relations Professional - Public Relations Interview Effective marketing strategies in health care are essential to the success of the organization. Marketing promotes the hospital’s services by endorsing its clinical expertise, its technology, its achievements, and its commitment to the community that it serves. The role of the Public Relations (PR) professional is an essential part of daily hospital operations to establish and maintain relationships within the community as well as deal with challenges and opportunities that face the organization....   [tags: Public Relations]
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The Role of Politics in Public Transportation - Politics plays an important role in any aspect of planning, but none such more than transport planning and the investments and policies that go in to constructing the aspects associated. As with any discipline, politics plays both positive and negative roles in public transport planning, policies and investment; as it shapes decision-making and the degrees of financial support that is given to each project. Because politics brings both positive and negative effects to public transport planning it can both promote and obstruct development....   [tags: public transport planning,politics,transportation]
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The Crucial Role of Recess in School - In the “The Crucial Role of Recess in School” (2012) article it explains, many schools are beginning to replace physical activity, like recess, with more attention to academic subjects. What these schools are forgetting is that well-supervised recess also has benefits that surpass academics. They help make a well rounded student because recess offers cognitive, social, emotional, and physical benefits to the student when they are young that they carry with them into adulthood. When kids are getting their necessary period of interrupted play it has great benefits in the classroom helping their cognitive skills to grow....   [tags: recess, school health, social time]
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The Role of Nigerian Women in the Workplace - The Federal Republic of Nigeria is a federal constitutional republic comprising thirty-six states and its Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. “Nigeria is composed of three large ethnic groups – the Hausa-Fulani, Yoruba, and Igbo-who represent 70 percent of the population. Another 10 percent comprises of several other groups numbering more than 1 million members each, including the Kanuri, Tiv, and Ibibio. More than 300 smaller ethnic groups account for the remaining 20 percent of the population” (Federal Republic of Nigeria, 2012)....   [tags: Unemployment Rate, Male Domination]
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The Role of Women in the Development of a Nation - The contribution of women in the development of a nation has often been neglected. Especially in developing countries, seldom do we see women entrepreneurs who make an impact on the country’s economy and who contribute to the building of the nation. The present study is carried out with an intention to bring out the significant contribution of women entrepreneurs in India. The aim of the study is to emphasize the extensive outcomes of collective efforts of women force in India. The role of Chanda Kochchar in banking sector is considered as a case study for the present article....   [tags: india, chanda kochchar, banking sector]
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The Role of Women in The Epic of Gilgamesh - The story starts off with Gilgamesh, the King of Uruk, who is one third man and two thirds god. This story is about a man's quest for immortality in addition to the importance of boundaries between the realms of animal, man and gods. Women symbolize the importance of locative boundaries in the text. These boundaries are set by the harlot Shamhat, Ishtar, Siduri, the tavern keeper, Ninsun and Utanapishtim's wife. By giving women this role of wisdom and boundary enforcement, The Epic of Gilgamesh reflects how Mesopotamian society actually valued women....   [tags: Foster, Literary Analysis] 796 words
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The Role of Religion in the Development of America - Religion has and will probably always be one of the most controversial topics of our world. There have been so many historical events, debates, riots, movements, and roles that have been contributed because of religion. Some people say that without religion, people wouldn’t have anything to believe in. Others say that if there wasn’t religion, most of our problems that occurred and are occurring wouldn’t even be happening. To me, I think religion is what countries live on. Even though we don’t necessarily have “religion” in our government, we have the freedom of practice in religion and have the right to talk about it....   [tags: religious freedom, Civil War] 1468 words
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The role of knowledge management in innovation - This article has been written by Marina du Plessis in 2007. The author intends to make clear the role of knowledge management in innovation as an assist to addressing this complexity and clarify the role of knowledge management in innovation as an aid to addressing this complexity. This is a viewpoint paper which is based on literature research and personal experiences and interpretation from the author. She uses the simple sentences and easy to be understood even for the first timer reader. Furthermore, the arrangement of the content is such an empirical paper that may attract readers to read the article....   [tags: Analysis, Marina du Plessis ] 1102 words
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Role of poetry of the Heian Period - The Heian period in Japan was from 794 to 1185. During this time, the imperial court was believed to be at its peak, when literature and poetry flourished. China was thought to be an exemplary model of culture and civilization, and Japan desired to break away to become its own powerful entity. Due to the steady decline of Chinese influence, Japan was able to establish its own native identity. Through literature, the Japanese elevated their status to challenge China. The first imperial anthology was the Kokinshū that consisted of over 1000 poems, most of them in tanka form....   [tags: Japanese Literature]
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