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Healthcare Teams - Healthcare Teams Paper “All health care disciplines share a common and primary commitment to serving the patient and working toward the ideal of health for all.” (American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2014, p. 1) There are many different professional members in the healthcare system. Each of them, have a specific specialty and responsibility to the patient and play an important role in the patient’s overall plan of care. “The scope of health care mandates that health professionals work collaboratively and with other related disciplines....   [tags: disciplines, nursing]
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A Personal View of Punishment - A Personal View of Punishment Introduction In my opinion punishment is a term that is well known best by children and criminals. As a child you learn what you can and cannot do in life by pushing the limits, seeing just how far you can go before being punished. You push those limits via through your school, peers, family, society or the criminal justice system. Punishment is a course in life that if presented correctly the teacher will teach the student a life long lesson. That is why when a person has done something wrong he or she should be punished as close as possible to the time and or place of the incident....   [tags: Discipline Raising Children Parenting] 1669 words
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Poison Apple: Comparsion of Teachers - If you ever heard the statement, “my teacher is out to get me,” I’m here to tell everyone that this is indeed true but not every teacher is. My teacher Stacy Oelson is a person who likes to add fuel to the fire although Mrs. McKeag tries to put it out, Stacey is a repeated liar but Mrs. McKeag is an honest individual, and Stacy has a mean streak and Mrs. Mckeag is a genuinely nice person. Stacey is a person that likes to add fuel to the fire by stirring up some drama while Mrs. McKeag likes to help things cool down....   [tags: fire, cool, drama, honest, mean, discipline] 956 words
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Academic Disciplines: Humanities - Humanities: The humanities are the academic disciplines that study the culture, using methods that are essentially critical, or speculative, and have an important historical element, unlike the empirical approaches mainly in the natural sciences. The humanities are those studies that are directly concerned with human values. The definition of the singular form, humanity, refers to the fact of being "human" and is synonymous with civilization and educated. Human recognize and practice concepts such as "hospitality" and "justice" even if the precise definitions may vary at different times and places....   [tags: values, expression, motivation] 665 words
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The Use of the Eight Disciplines on Systematic Problem Solving - The 8D method is the most popular procedure for systematic introduction of improvements and elimination of problems and errors. It is normally implemented on a product, system and processes. The 8D procedure is a team-oriented process. Many authors (Fauzi, 2011; 8D Report, 2012; Adaptive, 2011; Elsmar, 2012; Jung, Schweißer, & Wappis, 2011; Kokol & Gladež, 2011, pp. 36–38; Siliconfareast, 2003; Ubani, 2011, p. 186; Wikipedia, 2012) describe the eight disciplines of systematic problem solving. Their theoretical description and practical experience on the use of the 8D method (eight steps) are collected in the following sub-sections....   [tags: action, strategy, change] 554 words
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The Application of Traditional Disciplines to Solve the Ecological Crisis - ... Humans have been conditioned to having a materialistic mindset engrained into us through the modern day religion called the global market economy. In this case, the religion of the market economy is problematic with respect to population growth because it constantly seeks to create larger markets to be developed, meaning that there is an ever-expanding market. By implementing Buddhist perspectives on this issue, individuals may detach themselves and their respective mindsets from materialism and consumerism and, ultimately, from the religion of the market economy....   [tags: overpopulation, buddhism, confucianism] 1374 words
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Customary Intimacy and Other Value Disciplines - Customary Intimacy and Other Value Disciplines In Customer Intimacy and Other Value Disciplines, Treacy and Wiersema highlight three distinct “paths” or strategies to market leadership. They include operational excellence, customer intimacy, and product leadership. This paper will highlight how Wal-Mart has successfully implemented the operational excellence strategy, as well as consider future initiatives within this strategy that Wal-Mart can still incorporate. The discussion will than focus on the customer intimacy strategy and explain how Wal-mart has also incorporated this strategy in a variety of its operations....   [tags: Papers] 1978 words
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Question and Answer about Art Meseums - 1. Why does Carol Duncan believe that the art museum is a ritual setting. Duncan noted that the Boston Museum of Fine Arts represents the similar architecture of a Greek temple. This resemblance can be seen in the Erechtheion, located in Athens, which exemplifies this comparison. The Erechtheion is built with Ionic orders, which is one of the three main orders that were used in classical Greek architecture. The Ionic is mostly famous for its “scrolls” that decorate the top of the column. You see the same style of columns holding up the architrave of the Boston Museum....   [tags: liminality, disciplines, arts, setting] 611 words
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Philosophical And Ideological Perspectives In Education - ... The book begins with a description of major philosophical positions, including Idealism, Realism, Thomism, Naturalism, Pragmatism, Existentialism, and Philosophical Analysis. In addition to providing a brief history of these perspectives, the author offers a comparison of them. Next, the book surveys major political ideologies, including nationalism, liberalism, conservatism, utopianism, Marxism, and totalitarianism. In addition to the historical overviews, the philosophical roots of each of the ideologies are explored....   [tags: conservatism, utopianism,disciplines] 781 words
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Whole Life Concepts and Disciplines paper - Through extensive research, job experience, life experience, and teachings from my elders I was able to ponder and fabricate ways to increase my motivation to strive to succeed in this area of profession. I have personally talked to people within the engineering work field and I have come to find that this will be the area that I will pursue within my college career. Through the vast amount of technology and requirements needed and found in the business and technical world today, we are able to discover new ways to improve health, convenience, and overall living conditions of people’s daily lives through technological advances....   [tags: Technology ]
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The Biopsychosocial Model and Research in Mental Health - It is generally accepted within healthcare that to understand mental health we must adopt the biopsychosocial model. This model assumes that an interdependent relationship exists between biological, psychological and social factors which are involved in all aspects of mental health (Toates, 2010, p. 14). To be true to the model research must be holistic and not investigate the factors in isolation. Key terms will be defined and a review of the research in the literature will be performed to assess the extent to which it adheres to the biopsychosocial model....   [tags: integrated approach between disciplines]
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Informational Essay on Islamic Mysticism - Activity 8.1: The place of samā in Islamic mysticism Samā’ is a method of remembering Allah; its mystical sense, as Knysh says, didn’t come up until the mid 3rd/9th century (Knysh, 2000: 323). Its origin lies in Baghdad, where it was supported and promoted by the Chishti order (Schimmel, 1975: 185). Knysh defines samā’ as a practice of remembrance that stimulates emotional transports (tawajud), states of grace (ahwal) as well as direct meetings with Divine Reality (wujûd) (Knysh, 2000: 323). Schimmel, however, defines the Arabic terms above, a bit differently....   [tags: remembrance, practice, meditation, disciplines] 1944 words
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Creating and Designing a Disciplinary Program - If you ask most people what the meaning of discipline is you would probably hear them say that discipline is the act of punishing someone for doing wrong. In actuality discipline is much more than that. Discipline is training to act in accordance with rules, an act that develops or improves a skill, behavior in accord with rules of conduct (Dictionary, 2011). Creating and Designing a Disciplinary Program According to the dictionary the origin of discipline dates back to c. 1500 and is of “orderly conduct as a result of training” (Dictionary 2011)....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Effective Classroom Management - Classroom management is a key element to establish a successful learning environment in any classroom. An effective classroom management plan creates a positive learning environment. Classroom management is affected by the characteristics of the students and their behavior. Students’ behavior is influenced by their age, academic abilities, goals, interests, and home backgrounds (Evertson, Emmer, and Worsham, 2006). Teachers need a diverse array of classroom management skills to facilitate learning....   [tags: Education, teaching, student behavior] 1289 words
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Spanking: A Parent and A Child's Worst Nightmare - As a child, I remember my father threatening to spank me. I left my Barbie dolls out and he stood on one. He told me that I would never forget again, so I screamed at the top of my lungs. A neighbor telephoned the police; all because of the fear of a spanking. Parents should avoid spanking their children because of the physiological and psychological pain that a child endures from this form of punishment. To commence, parents should avoid spanking their children because of the physiological consequences....   [tags: Parenting]
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Spanking? Never Heard of It - ... Additionally, the idea that spanking should be given through love not anger/hatred became about in the Victorian Europe era. This is when children were seen but not heard. Certainly, there are other ways of disciplining one’s children other than spanking. Some examples include natural consequences, logical consequences, distraction, positive discipline, reward system, and point system. For example, instead of spanking; positive discipline is a method of discipline. Positive discipline is when a parent praises their children when they do good, but take their privileges away when they do bad....   [tags: physical punishment, child psychology]
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Canada's Political Systems - Across the political landscape, there are countless different ways that political systems operate. These systems do not have all their conventions enshrined by law, and are often the result of institutional frameworks. One of these institutional frameworks that influence Canada’s political system is the idea of party discipline within the House of Commons. The strict nature that parties operate in has lead to many aspects of Canada’s political system being affected. This essay will take an in depth look into the workings of party discipline as it exists in Canada....   [tags: Politics, Government] 1970 words
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Spanking a Child and Child Abuse - Spanking a child is not against the law in most places. However, parents who use it in their homes are being accused of child abuse. The Chicago Tribune published an article that urged readers to report child abuse when they become aware of it. In the article “Child abuse in plain View” the author describes spanking as a type of abuse that happens behind closed doors (“Child abuse in plain View”). Like most critics of corporal punishment, the author is trying to link spanking to abuse. The author`s concern about abuse is a valid one....   [tags: spanking, abuse, consequences]
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Benefits of Military Service - 1 Mandatory military service is a course to make a fit and capable citizen. First of all, military service can help one's character . More specifically it gives good tools so that people can work well in a team, be more organized in everyday event and good discipline. Secondly, it can offer education to people in need. Furthermore it will help people in bad neighbourhoods or is living trough a thought time and give those without the means to be in a home and have a job. Thirdly but not least mandatory military service could be looked at as a dept owed to one's country, loved ones who are protected if ever needed and most important to our right to democracy....   [tags: Education, Citizenship, Character Growth]
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Discover Engineering: Aeronautical Engineering - ... Aeronautical is an extension of the discipline of Mechanical engineering since Aeronautical engineers would still design, construct and use machinery to do their work. Aeronautical specializes in air crafts or aeronautics, aeronautical engineers are the reason that planes fly and function correctly. Aeronautic engineers is an exciting career to pursue, the pay is great and you get to work with many amazing machines and people. Not after the 20th century, no human being has ever flown a powered aircraft....   [tags: science and math to solve real world problems]
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The Education Act Gives the Headmistress All the Power - ... Classrooms rules For effective classroom management, teachers should establish and clearly explain the classroom rules on the first day of school. Classroom rules set boundaries and provides distinct boundaries of behavior for the students. Classroom rules set limits to inform students how far they can push the envelope and what will be tolerated in the classroom. Each and every teacher at Poudre D’or Village has set up his/her classroom rules because what works for one will not work for another....   [tags: education, conducet, regulations] 1357 words
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The Role of Communication in Effective Leadership - ... They should be able to connect with his team and deliver the thoughts effectively. Through good communication skills a leader would be able to avoid confusions and misunderstandings within the team. A team will be motivated and inspired to take up tasks and challenges proactively and perform better, if they are lead by a leader who can manage without any language barriers. Work can be assigned fairly and the desired outcome can be churned out of the team with a dynamic leader. For instance, the recent elections in India which garnered victory for BJP is solely because of the motivating speeches by Damodhardas Narendra Modi, on development which inspired the youth of the country to vote f...   [tags: leaders are made not born]
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The Effects Power has upon One’s Body - There is a similarity between Bartky’s and Foucault’s notion of power and how it has an effect on one’s body. Whether it is from a disciplinary stand point or the views one has about the physical body itself. The connections between both philosophers provide insight to the concept of power being problematic. I will argue that when power is pushed to the extreme the participation of aggressive practices will occur. Starting with ones mental thoughts about their body, to the next of allowing themselves to alter and perform drastic measures being subjected to and from the discipline by conforming to the considered norm....   [tags: Barkly, Foucault, Notion of Power, Body]
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Power Structures in Nickel and Dimed - ... Clearly, the purpose of the drug test is not only to check for drug use, but also to degrade and observe low-wage workers. Why, for example, am I supposed to leave her with my purse while she doesn’t even trust me to sprinkle some drug-dissolving substance into my urine. But for all I know, any display of attitude may lead her to slant the results. So I go meekly into the rest room, wash my hands, and then pee, which I am allowed to do with the door shut, our little parody of medical care is complete....   [tags: United States, democracy, equality]
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Guidance of Young Children - My prior understanding of discipline was uneducated and inaccurate. I was certain that discipline was related to punishment and the goal was to have a particular unwanted behavior to cease. A child that required discipline would be singled out, scolded, forced to perform a chore or action, such as sit for a time out, or the child would have something taken away, such as television or toys. As a child, I grew up in a household with parents who were primarily authoritative. They tended to be fair; however they did use punishment through "grounding", which generally meant that we were not able to engage in fun for set period of time....   [tags: Elementary Eduacation]
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Corporal Punishment: What Are We Teaching Our Kids? - Research done by leading pediatricians, the American Psychological Association, and countless other sources since the 1960’s have completely revolutionized parenting and fundamentally changed how parents raise their kids. From a child’s nutrition to what your kids should watch on TV have been extensively studied, but none other more than corporal punishment as a means of discipline. Arguably one of the most difficult things any parent has to face when raising a child is discipline. Many parents, whether having their first child or already raising a family, often ask themselves: is corporal punishment an acceptable form of discipline and what effect could it have on my child....   [tags: Psychology ]
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The Socialization Process and Internalized and Externalized Controls - ... This is normal because lots of people work and goes to school. “Internalized control is the process by which an individual controls their own behavior through conformity to norms or standards”(MIBBA Creative Writing). 2.Explain the general tenets of socialization as a process. Socialization occurs when a child is first born. Children start socialization with the people who are around them first. After, socialization with people like family they then begin to socialize with others. Socialization is different culture to culture....   [tags: defintions, tenets, process] 522 words
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Spanking as a Disciplinary Method - ... There will always be arguments on both sides. Some Christian parents view spanking as a solution for discipline their children according to Gods word. Spanking is used to instruct their children in the ways of God. It is important to view spanking in the total context of child development. While the Bible advocates corporal punishment, it also places stern restrictions on its use. Spanking should never occur when a parent is angry (Lansford, Wager, Bates, Pettit, & Dodge, 2012). According to the Bible, parents must lovingly shape their children according to God’s standards....   [tags: development, child, abuse, parents] 653 words
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Lessons That Football Teaches - Imagine being member of a football team on the field while the crowd is cheering for their favorite team. You are probably wondering, “WOW, I never thought that I will be part of this team.” Football is not for everyone and being part of a football team does not mean that you are going to be in the spotlight. A person can learn much from playing football. Football teaches strength, discipline, and how to be a team player. The most important lesson football teaches is how to be a team player. In football teamwork is the most important because each member is working to achieve the same goal, which is winning....   [tags: Sports] 546 words
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Human Resource and Employee Relations - Employee Relations is an integral part of human resources. “Employee Relations involves the body of work concerned with maintaining employer- employee relationships that contribute to satisfactory productivity, motivation and morale. Essentially, Employee Relations is concerned with preventing and resolving problems involving individuals which arise out of or affect work situations.” (www.wfnetwork.bc.edu) The human resource professional requires knowledge and understanding, but they are of a limited value if he or she lacks the competencies to apply them to solving problems....   [tags: Business Management ] 1944 words
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Comparing Lois Lowry’s The Giver and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 - The novels The Giver by Lois Lowry and Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury are both very similar and take place in futuristic dystopian societies. In The Giver, the 12- year old protagonist, Jonas, is given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve. Jonas becomes the Receiver of Memory, shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives. Likewise, in Fahrenheit 451 the main character Guy Montag recognizes how awful and empty his community is....   [tags: Compare Contrast]
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Disciplinary Action in HR - Q. Discuss the use of disciplinary action in managing human resources. Human Resource Management is the backbone of every company. From a business standpoint, Human Resource Management does many things from being a strategic partner with the corporate structure, dealing with job analysis, employee testing, recruiting and hiring, training and developing employees, establishing pay appraisal techniques, managing careers, and establishing employee compensation. Let's not forget that, since HRM (Human Resource Management) deals with employees it also has to discipline them when they create problems....   [tags: Business Human Resources] 1723 words
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Effects of Corporal Punishment on Children - Discipline is one of the basic things a child learns from his parents before he or she faces the outside world to learn more about life as a whole. Teaching this trait can depend on how the parent shows it to their child and how they explain the importance of having this trait both in and out of their homes. Misbehaving children cannot be avoided as they are curious little beings and they have a tendency to explore. But there are some parents, even teachers, who do not tolerate misbehaving and they resort to corporal punishments such as spanking to make sure the child never forgets how painful it is to misbehave as they will remember the punishment entailed to it and become more disciplined...   [tags: Case Against Spanking] 859 words
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The Disturbing Affects Punishment Can Have On Children and the Alternatives - Positive and negative punishments are used every day in trying to correct children’s unacceptable behavior, yet the insignificant amount of advantages achieved by punishment are largely outweighed by the massive amounts of disadvantages. Positive and Negative Punishment Punishment is the removal of a pleasant incentive or the application of an unpleasant stimulus. Both positive and negative punishment is considered an unpleasant event for a child. Positive punishment is a decrease in behavior that results from an “added” consequence....   [tags: Child Psychology ]
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Developing and Identifying Mental Toughness Components among Malaysian Footballers - ... Therefore, with self-discipline an individual will be able to maintain their performance and always ready to upgrade him or herself. However, knowledge is also an important element in self-confident because with knowledge, players can utilize their efforts at its optimum. Referring to respondent 11, “knowledge is important because only with it can guarantee future undertaking…than only we have a piece of mind to play. A lot of things to learn…and then only can become discipline, can develop and easy to deliver new things…without knowledge how to be a good player especially football event will be difficult later…” The fourth component refers to Positive energy (11.2%)....   [tags: study results and discussion] 2653 words
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Start Strong to End Strong - For many, Equestrian sports all seem very similar; the most the masses can distinguish between one discipline and the next is the type of saddle that is used. All disciplines are the same to some extent. Each one requires certain basic principles to be taught before moving on to more intricate parts of the training process: obedience and rhythm of the three basic gaits of movement. These basic principles can all be summed up into one training method: Dressage. Dressage – meaning training in French – is teaching a horse to be obedient to whatever the rider asks of him or her (Schriner)....   [tags: Equestrian Sports]
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Fairness of Disciplinary Actions in Schools - ... After controlling for cultural disparities of sociodemographic elements, it was found that discipline disparities between the ethnicities were not caused by socioeconomic status. Though the cause was unclear, the study concluded that more research was necessary in order to remove differences in discipline so that every child has the opportunity for a fair education (Goodkind et al. 2008). Studies have been done to identify the cause of these differences. In 2002, Russell Skiba et al. focused specifically on records from a densely populated school district....   [tags: school suspensions, Wichita] 1873 words
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Characteristics of a Great Leader - What makes a great leader, and how can I be that person. Or maybe the better question is, could I be that person. I’ve spent some time this semester asking the people who I considered to be great school leaders what are the characteristics of a good Leader. Two of the most common answers included: A good leader is someone that empowers people to make their own decisions. This sounds good, however, implies that we let the employees make up their own minds about what to do, and how to get the end result....   [tags: Leadership] 1034 words
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Disciplinary Spanking Is Not Child Abuse - Child abuse is an issue within society that effects the lives of not only the victims but also the lives of many people in the social order. Child abuse is any mistreatment or neglect of a child that results in non-accidental injury or harm and which cannot be logically explained. There are several forms of abuse and neglect and many state governments have developed their own legal description of what constitutes child maltreatment for the purposes of removing a child and prosecuting a criminal charge....   [tags: Effective Use of Corporal Punishment] 1640 words
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Nursing, Medical and Paramedical Fields - ... Firstly, discuss the theoretical aspect of both nursing and physics. Secondly, the practices in both field, thirdly experimental and research in both field. The theory in nursing play vital role, the procedure related to nursing based on this theory. The theory is fixed that provide the knowledge, assist nursing students to understand the nursing procedures, also helps to follow the code of ethics and standards. Futhermore theory helps in making plan for patient care based on nursing diagnosis (Parker, M.E....   [tags: ethics and standards, science] 588 words
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Psychotherapy is the Practice of Psychology, by Lee Sechrest and Bradley Smith - Lee Sechrest and Bradley Smith (2012), in their article “Psychotherapy is the Practice of Psychology,” present a compelling argument for the complete integration of the aspects of theory, research, and practice of psychotherapy into the discipline of psychology. The authors define integration as the “[unification] of a body of knowledge in systematic way that is coherent and heuristic” (Sechrest & Smith, 2012, p. 170). The article claims full integration of psychotherapy into psychology would create a discipline rooted in science, grounded by a large body of knowledge and theory, and abled to be more flexible and innovative (Sechrest & Smith, 2012)....   [tags: lee sechrest, bradley smith]
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Foucault’s Panopticism and Its Application Within Modern Education Systems - Panopticism, a social theory based on Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon and developed by Michel Foucault describes a disciplinary mechanism used in various aspects of society. Foucault’s Discipline and Punish discusses the development of discipline in Western society, looks in particularly at Bentham’s Panopticon and how it is a working example of how the theory is employed effectively. Foucault explains, in Discipline and Punish that ‘this book is intended as a correlative history of the modern soul and of a new power to judge’ (Foucault, 1977) and opens with accounts of public execution and torture revealing how law and order is created because of the shift from these to prison rules and discipl...   [tags: Education]
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School Uniforms: Kids Should Wear Them - Many have argued that school uniforms have been a successful source to putting an end to combatants and bringing about order and stability in a school setting. However, others argue that school uniforms put a barrier between students and their personal character. In addition, there are many people who consider clothing as being a way to define the individual's originality. On the other hand, there are people who are in favor of enforcing school uniforms, because they have concluded that it does eliminate students from being assaulted by peers....   [tags: argumentative] 830 words
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The origin and development of Mathematics - It can be noted that the discipline of math has played important role in people’s lives and it has provided various useful methods to be more knowledgeable in life. Initially, even prior to the modern age and the communication of knowledge in the world arena, the written forms of new mathematical develops can only be accessed by several locales. It is known that the most ancient mathematical texts that can be accessed to is Plimpton 322, the Rhind Mathematical papyrus as well as the Moscow mathematical papyrus....   [tags: math, geometry, pythagorean theorem]
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DockDogs: An up and Coming K-9 Sport - Mans best friend. The K-9 is a creature that cannot just be left in a house or apartment all day. The K-9 needs to be exercised constantly. There are many different sports out and about in the world today to keep K-9s in shape, but an aquatic sport for dogs. DockDogs is a jumping and diving sport for dogs that has a short history, yields to many different divisions and levels of competition, it also has many job opportunities. DockDogs is a competitive aquatic sport that includes dock jumping and dock diving for all dogs no matter their breed or their size....   [tags: Aquatic Sports, Diving Sport, Dogs, K-9 ]
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Keats´ The Second Coming - In a world full of hostility and loss of faith surrounded by war and technological developments, he modernist era of literature developments, the modernists era of literature arose. The sinking of the Titanic symbolized the falling of the Great Britain empire and newly invented standardized time allowed war to become even deadlier than before due to the ability to organize attacks. Due to this new world full of bloodshed and new mechanical inventions, the world was falling further and further away from God....   [tags: beast, God, John Keats, poetry] 1235 words
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Introducing Students to Interdisciplinary Genres - Learning how to write in the correct discipline is a necessity for any student wishing to successfully advance within their career. Patricia Linton, Robert Madigan, and Susan Johnson, professors at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, in their essay “Introducing Students to Disciplinary Genres: The Role of the General Composition Course” (1994), argues that undergraduate students who are enrolled in English classes that explore different disciplinary genres benefit more than students who are enrolled in classes with a general approach....   [tags: Role of the General Composition Course]
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stop spanking: save the children - Spanking has been used for many years and it must come to an end. Also known as corporal punishment, spanking is most often used as a form of discipline. Although it is said to have some benefits, the negative consequences far outweigh the good. According to Dr. Wilson and Dr. Lyon, “physical punishment delivered in anger with the intent to cause pain is unacceptable and dangerous to the health and well being of the child.”( Guidance for Effective Discipline, online) It is important for spanking to stop because it is ineffective, causes more problems and because there are other options to consider....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Improving School Education System - America is a blessed country in numerous ways, and its citizens reap the benefits. Free education is one major benefit that not many other countries provide for their citizens. While it is only a privilege to many, but in the States, people have the right to be educated. However, free education cannot be translated to success for all. For those motivated ones who cherish the privilege to be educated are those who climb up the success ladders later in life. For a certain majority of students in the States, our current educational system may not seem to serve its purpose....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive essay]
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Intra and Interdisciplinary Teams in Healthcare - ... I will then explain the role of teams in nursing and patient empowerment. Lastly, I will discuss the role of teams in professional nursing development. Difference between intra- and interdisciplinary teams An intradisciplinary team consist of professionals from a single discipline that includes team members from various levels of education and expertise within that discipline. An example of intradisciplinary in healthcare, would be nurse-to-nurse collaboration in efforts of achieving goals of optimal patient care within nursing practice....   [tags: commiuncation, coordination, goals, patients] 670 words
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