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Philosophy of Education Statement - Philosophy of Education Statement If you do not make a difference, then what have you made. This question has guided me in my pursuit of life, not simply my pursuit of a career. Visualize a typical drug dealer making his way on the addictions of others. Imagine sitting down with him and discussing his life, his past, his hopes and dreams, and how he got to the point where he is at. More than likely, you will have to adapt to his lingo, the broken English of the streets. What would his story hold....   [tags: Philosophy on Education Statement] 1308 words
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Statement of Philosophy and Educational Goals - Statement of Philosophy and Educational Goals In the following report, I will be discussing my personal philosophy on education and my educational goals. My philosophy will include some of my personal opinions on the nature of students, the nature of knowledge, the purpose of public education, teaching methods and the importance of curriculum. My educational goals will focus on my development plans and future education. I feel that it is natural for students, or for that matter anyone, to want to learn....   [tags: Philosophy of Education Statement Teachers Essays] 769 words
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Age-Related Vision Loss and Driver Safety Issues - Age-Related Vision Loss and Driver Safety Issues With dramatic increases in the number of motor vehicles on public roadways in this century, driving safety is an issue that affects every one of us. Most Americans rely on the use of personal motor vehicles as their primary means of transportation, and must put themselves at risk every day. The risk of a motor vehicle accident increases when our perceptive skills are degraded in any way. Such is the case with alcoholic intoxication, impairment from the use of narcotics, and loss of perceptual accuracy due to any biological reason....   [tags: Optometry Vision Sight Driving Essays]
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The Vision - 1 Introduction: The Vision All faiths can significantly influence how we approach ecological sustainability. Krznaric (2008) says across the world’s religion there is an increasing awareness of the dangers of climate change and the urgent need to address these problems Christianity and Hinduism are among these faiths that contribute to good ecological practice. Their principles correspond to the core values of sustainability, as defined by Our Common Future Report (1987); these essential components are environmental protection, improvement of socio-economic conditions, and instituting environmental policy; and are very much evident in contemporary ecological theories; the World Charter f...   [tags: Religion, Christianity, Hinduism] 1353 words
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Statement of Educational Philosophy - Statement of Educational Philosophy What is a humanitarian. Webster's Dictionary defines it as one who practices philanthropy; an effort to promote human welfare. As a child, I always knew I wanted to become a humanitarian. I have always loved to help people, which I viewed as a very special gift granted from God. However, it never occurred to me that becoming a teacher would be the best way to share my gift. I always looked at health care options and even exceeded in the nursing program....   [tags: Philosophy of Education Statement Teaching Essays] 1077 words
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Statement of Purpose - "Hold fast to your dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly." - Langston Hughes I would like to introduce myself as Rob Geis. Since my childhood I’ve been inclined to having a practical approach to everything in life and have been greatly supported and encouraged by my parents throughout. Having a house nearer to an airport and watching the planes take-off and land daily from the terrace was the first seed sowed in my heart that made me take up engineering so that I could be as nearer to my passion of aeronautics as possible....   [tags: Statement of Purpose Essays] 1253 words
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Personal Leadership Statement - Leaders will no matter what have an influence on our world. They have missions, dreams and ambition, and with these things they are bound to go far. For leaders, what makes these dreams come true is having strong qualities such as leadership practices, values and strengths. If developed and learned how to use correctly, these are what take leaders to the next level and accomplish great things. In the following paper I will talk about leadership in our ever-changing world, explore my leadership practices, values and strengths as well as elaborate on the goals I have made to challenge myself as a leader....   [tags: Statement of Leadership]
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Autobiographical Statement - A few years ago I found myself on a train heading from Amsterdam to Hamburg. I had just spent several days traveling through the Netherlands and was going to end my fall break trip in Germany. The cities I picked had been arbitrary. All I knew was that in the three and a half months I was studying abroad I would see as much of the world as possible. This often meant frantically searching the internet for cheap flights, bus tickets, and hostiles, and only getting to spend a day or two in a magnificent city....   [tags: Personal Statement] 1350 words
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The Vision of Perfection - We, as humans, live in a world today where the dust of improvement never completely settles in the air. With every year that goes by, some new piece of technology emerges that will seem to make our lives easier and thus making our lives ultimately seem perfect. Every blackberry, laptop, iPod, High Definition television and convertible has been proclaimed by the media as necessities; therefore, items one cannot live without and must own. The more technologically advanced one is, the more perfect his or her life becomes....   [tags: Technology, Human Need for Perfection] 1663 words
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The Vision - The Vision by Dean Koontz Most people are skeptical about psychics and psychic powers. In the book The Vision by Dean Koontz, there arises a real convincing psychic Mary, who has visions of murders that are yet to happen. But, a new twist to the story causes Mary to see a different kind of vision. Murders more gruesome than ever. More difficult to see. Harder to pursue. All these factors cause the reader , and possibly be someone she loves. Or maybe a haunting truth about the past. The story takes place in various locations of modern day California....   [tags: essays research papers] 991 words
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Goals and Vision - Leaders must be many things. They must be the pinnacle of what their workforce would want to follow. Leaders must be accessible by the people while being above reproach at an attainable level. If leaders are not above reproach they could be dissuaded by the alternate viewpoints. It’s imperative that leaders encompass motivation and a spark of charisma to be effective and to impart vision to their employees. In my opinion, a leader needs to be both very likeable and able to be an authoritarian on opposite sides of the spectrum....   [tags: Leadership]
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Communication and Vision - This paper will review the leadership style of Pearl Whtiman, owner of the Longhorn Restaurant. Whitman’s leadership and management styles were very closely related and were both consistently aloof and ineffective. Whitman’s small business employed approximately 15 people ranging from 15-70 years of age. The employees of this business were frequently left to their own devices in regards to crisis management, maintenance and repair, and employee relations. After nearly 25 years of business and years of increasing withdrawal by Whitman, the small restaurant was forced to close and enter bankruptcy....   [tags: Communication ]
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Vision Achieved By Jefferson - A Vision Achieved Jefferson envisioned a government that allowed its citizens to exercise inalienable rights. In exact words, he states, “ We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” To be more evident, how can we define these “inalienable rights” of “life”, “liberty”, and the “pursuit of happiness?” Have these inalienable rights, achieved Jefferson’s goal....   [tags: essays research papers] 875 words
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A Necessary Vision - Every successful manager today must have had dreams for his or her future. The world’s billionaires like Michael Dell of Dell Corporation; Bill Gates of Microsoft, Oprah Winfrey and a host of others had dreams for their future and I can say they are accomplished individuals. The motive behind the workshop was to enable us understand how to create a vision, its purpose and its connection to business management and was handled by Ms. Melba Nicholson. She made us understand that as future managers, we should be able to determine our terminal values and apply our instrumental values in that direction....   [tags: Personal Aspirations] 596 words
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Missionaries of The World: World Vision - Introduction: World Vision is a non-profit organization, founded in the early 1950’s by Dr. Bob Pierce. Pierce’s main goal was to help orphaned children from the Korean War; having travelled extensively through China in 1947. It was then and there that he began his missionary work, providing monthly donations for one little girl in particular and ‘planting the seeds’ for the future of World Vision itself. World Vision’s first children’s sponsorship program was launched in Korea in 1953, soon expanding throughout Asia, Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East....   [tags: korean war, sponsorship efforts]
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Vision - Vision is one of the most important senses available to human. The vision of the man guarantees his survival by the apprehension of danger and prey, and "takes part in a wide range of behavioural complexes: navigation, balance, object recognition, guidance of social interaction" (Harris and Humphreys, 1991, p179). Vision was a concept tackled by philosophers long before psychologists even existed, the relationship between man, vision, and the world has been one of the most studied. It is not surprising that the anatomy of the visual system is now one of the best understood....   [tags: Biology, Visual System, Visual Processing] 1367 words
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The Power and Vision of Leadership - Leadership is not a role which should be readily appointed to someone nor can it be successfully thrust upon the shoulders of just any individual. It is a characteristic that is acquired, developed and honed through a varying multitude of life experiences and lessons learned. This includes personal and professional experiences, forethought and vision and the ability to aptly conceptualize and value the necessary ingredients of positive leadership. I have been a classroom teacher with the same school division (and its legacy divisions) for twenty two years....   [tags: leadership, educator, teaching] 933 words
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The Vision of the Software Development - "Technology makes it possible for people to gain control over almost everything, except technology." - John Tudor Our mission as Software Developers is to develop technology-based solutions-products that provide both the means and the methods for faster working, better performance and to achieve more. The technologies we develop provide users the control and functionality needed to be more efficient. The Software development field has grown with exponential rate. New products are coming to market daily....   [tags: technology, software developer] 778 words
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Explanation about a Vision of Hell - The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, an organization seeking charity and justice, once said “Ah. A great many persons live constantly in the state of damnation!” Dante Alighieri, the author of Inferno, wrote his epic poem to explain his vision of Hell. Bram Stoker, the author of the novel Dracula, wrote a book about a vampire trying to take over London. Throughout Bram Stoker’s novel, there are characters that could be placed in every Circle of the Hell that Dante creates in his novel. The Count’s actions throughout the novel Dracula, would have placed him in the Second Circle of Hell in Dante’s Inferno, lust....   [tags: inferno, the count, dracula]
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Vision, Mission, and Strategic Planning - Introduction The success of an organization in today's competitive business environment is related to the core of existence of such organization. Whether large or small scale enterprise, it is expected that every business must have certain guidelines and principles which form the basis for its existence. In this case, we may refer to such principles and guidelines as the mission, vision and values of the organization. Goal settings are very often derived from the vision and mission of an organization and finding ways to achieve these goals can be referred to as strategy development (Pilbeam & Corbridge, 2010: 38-42)....   [tags: Business Administration]
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My Technology Integration Vision - The coursework I have completed through the Distance Educational Technology Masters Program at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS), has immersed me in educational technology research supported by collegial discussions. Through the supervised field-based activities from the UAS program and my ongoing professional activities, I have developed a shared vision for the comprehensive integration of technology. Technology integration has been my priority focus academically and professionally. As I have developed a classroom environment conducive to the realization of my technology integration vision, I have shared my vision with families and educators in my school, district, and state....   [tags: Educational Technology] 921 words
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The Vision of The Anointed - The Vision of The Anointed When we think what the definition of Vision is we might think that vision is the ability to see the features of objects we look at, such as color, shape, size, details, depth, and contrast, and that vision is achieved when the eyes and brain work together to form pictures of the world around us. But when reading Thomas Sowell’s book, The Vision of The Anointed, one might have a different perspective. Thomas Sowell wrote this book to contest the vision of those who are the artistic activist of modern society....   [tags: essays research papers] 745 words
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Color Vision and Babies - Color Vision and babies Humans learn about colors before they learn anything else, in fact that starts as soon as their eye sight develops, that is before they learn the alphabet or even numbers; we learn to recognize colors well before we can speak their names. That’s how infants recognize their parents and other familiar objects. Color has an impact on how we perceive the world around us, has a psychological influence on our feelings, and distinguishes our (good or bad) taste. Color influences our mood and as we grow up a certain preference to a color can tell a lot about our personality....   [tags: human eye, energetic colors]
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A Man with a Vision - My search began with personal interest about a man by the name of Howard Coffin. I knew him as the founder of Pirates of the Spanish Main, a local organization that he established in 1931. His purpose in founding the club was to welcome dignitaries, promote the Golden Isles, and aid the community. As a member of the club today, I thought it might be interesting to trace the roots back to the founder. Little did I know, Mr. Coffin was much more than just the founder of a club. He was also a man with a vision, who made huge strides in developing much of the Golden Isles....   [tags: essays research papers] 772 words
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Statement of Work - (A) Customer/Client Name: University of Rhode Island (**Steve: Was Gilbane the actual client, or did URI simply use the Gilbane contract as the vehicle of convenience to reach EYP. If Gilbane actually acted in the “client” role, then we’ll need to insert Gilbane here; and in (C) and (D), below.**) (B) Project Name/Contract Number: Building Commissioning Services for the Center for Biotechnology & Life Sciences/#3006026 (C) Customer Point of Contact for Project: Paul DePace/Director of Capital Projects (D) POC's phone number and email: 401-874-2725; pauld@uri.edu (E) Project performance period (include months/years): Dec....   [tags: Contract] 2620 words
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Statement of Purpose - STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Learning is a continuous process and the day that you stop learning is the day that you start decreasing your rewards and lower levels of satisfaction. My ardent desire to acquire knowledge has motivated me to pursue higher studies at graduate level, and to take up a career in research in industry. I have taken this decision after carefully considering my academic background, profound interest in research and strong aptitude for problem solving. Banking on an excellent academic record coupled with a keen interest in the ever-growing field of science and technology motivated me to take up engineering....   [tags: engineering, education, design] 550 words
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Usefulness of The Statement of Cash Flows Versus The Income Statement - USEFULNESS OF THE STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS VS THE INCOME STATEMENT PART 1: A. A cash flow statement records the actual movement of a company’s cash, it shows where cash has come in from and what has actually been paid during the year. The cash flow statement records cash movements from three activities: operating, financing and investing. Operating activities adjusts the profit for non-cash expenses and gains and the changed in working capital and provides the cash actually received after conducting operations....   [tags: liquidity, capital, company, ]
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My Educational Goals and Philosophy Statement - My Educational Goals and Philosophy I decided to choose teaching as my profession because I want to help the students who have distinct potential, but may be struggling in the classroom. By ignoring a student who is a slow learner, we may be losing the next genius of our generation. I have worked with children in several different aspects. In high school, I worked with the Strong Mountaineer Program. This program allowed me to go into an elementary class and work with the students who needed extra help....   [tags: Philosophy of Education Statement Teaching Essays] 839 words
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Color Vision Deficiency - Famous British playwright Oscar Wilde once said, “Mere color, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definite form, can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways.” Now, imagine a world without the existence of color. It would be a sad, dark place to be. However this is a world that many people are forced to live in today. Individuals with color vision deficiency live in a muted world that normal sighted people will never fully comprehend. In order to truly appreciate the beautiful nature of color one must have a general understanding of the history behind the discovery of the function of perceiving colors....   [tags: perception, colorblindness, Dalton, daltonism]
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Leading With A Vision While Establishing Goals - By saying it is important for a leader to have a vision would be an understatement, because it is vital for a leader to visualize which direction he or she can see the company/ organization going. However, any vision is not sufficient, a leader must have a positive vision in which they can convey what they see to their employees or team members in an influential way (Leading & Leadership, 1997). There are a few ways as a leader you can try and relate your vision by having a positive impact on your employees or team members....   [tags: Leadership ]
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Color Vision Deficiency - Color Vision Deficiency is the inability to see and differentiate colors correctly. It is more commonly referred to as color blindness. The scientific name is derived from the deficiency or incapability to see color. There are many types of this eye disease. They include Monochromacy, Dichromacy, and Anomalour Trichromacy. Monochromacy is when a person cannot see any color. They see color as variations of grey. A patient with Dichromacy has only two cones, the part of the eye in the retina that interprets color in blue, red and green....   [tags: Types, Symptoms, Causes, Cure]
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Developing Clear-Sighted Vision - Author Ralph Ellison, examines the concept of blindness and clear-sighted vision in “Invisible Man” in regards to race. The characters can be broken down into two categories: sightless or clear-sighted. The category and characters expand off of their predetermined category and positively affect the growth of the narrator. Ellison acknowledges the characters in “Invisible Man” that intentionally (or unintentionally) refuse to acknowledge the African American community in regards to social inequalities and racial advancements....   [tags: blindness, invisible man, sightless]
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Mision, Vision and Intent of Masco Cabinetry - Terri Briggs has been around the block. For the past twenty years she has been an accountant, a customer service person, a specialist and a manager. All of which she did with Masco Cabinetry. She has spent time in the “trenches” working her way up the corporate ladder while obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Development from Spring Arbor University. Terri is a Certified Human Resource Specialist and a Six Sigma Green Belt. Today Terri is the Manager of the Contract Review Center for Masco Cabinetry....   [tags: market leader, competitors, chinese imports]
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Coleridge´s A Vision in a Dream: A Fragment - Kubla Khan’s description of his stately pleasure-dome contains many picturesque elements which appear to be incorporating all the perfect components of nature as a whole. The contrasting images of the described landscape portray and further accentuate the awe-striking male figure against the mysterious and sensual oriental women. The characteristic mystery of these oriental women remains uncovered as Coleridge objectifies them with his stereotype, and identifies them as part of the mystical and enchanting Utopia he imagines....   [tags: female figure, male figure, power of imagination] 1136 words
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Unity of Being, Reason and Sensibility: Yeats' Aesthetic Vision - Unity of Being, Reason and Sensibility: Yeats' Aesthetic Vision         The poetry of William Butler Yeats is underscored by a fundamental commitment to philosophical exploration. Yeats maintained that the art of poetry existed only in the movement through and beyond thought. Through the course of his life, Yeats' aesthetic vision was in flux; it moved and evolved as well. His poetry reflects this evolution. The need to achieve totality, a wholeness, through art would become his most basic aesthetic philosophy....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]
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W.E.B. Dubois: His Vision For Freedom - African Americans during the 1900s lived lives full of uncertainty. They were no longer slaves, but still looked upon by many as inferior to the white race. However in this period of tension, there were men who sought to bring their race to new heights. One of these men was W.E.B Du Bois. Few have influenced the lives of African Americans in such a way as W.E.B Du Bois. The vision he had for African Americans was one that many found great hope in. He sought for the day that his race for finally have civil equality in every aspect of life....   [tags: Racial Relations, African Americans] 1091 words
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W.E.B. Dubois: His Vision For Freedom - African Americans during the 1900s lived lives full of uncertainty. They were no longer slaves, but still looked upon by many as inferior to the white race. However in this period of tension, there were men who sought to bring their race to new heights. One of these men was W.E.B Du Bois. Few have influenced the lives of African Americans in such a way as W.E.B Du Bois. The vision he had for African Americans was one that many found great hope in. He sought for the day that his race for finally have civil equality in every aspect of life....   [tags: african americans, racial issues, whites]
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Vision and Blindsight - Vision and Blindsight Implications Regarding Consciousness Vision-- receiving and interpreting light signals from the environment in order to form an image in one's mind-- is an incredibly complex process. Somehow signals from photoreceptors located in the eye are converted into the conscious experience of sight. Of all the aspects of vision, perhaps the most difficult for us to comprehend scientifically is this notion of consciousness. Somehow the brain interprets light waves hitting the retina so that we are visually aware of our surroundings....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Problem Statement and Relevance of the Study - Problem Statement and Relevance of the Study In 1918, Max Weber coined one of the basic assumptions regarding the definition of a nation-state: “…a human community that successfully claims the monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory”. More than a half century later, with the end of the bipolar order, the world witnessed the beginning of a new era concerning the role of the state and its “ownership” of force. In the 1990s, inter-state conflicts (i.e. two national armies using force against each other) were replaced by numerous internal and regional struggles that involved the use of force by a plethora armed groups....   [tags: International Relations] 1523 words
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Vision for Discipling - Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.( Prov 29v18) Intro Vision builds discipleship. Swimming into the current takes faith. Faith in God and ourselves to prepare men and women to fulfill the teaching and discipling mandates of the gospel commission. The word "discipling" is used to mean much more than making converts. It is used primarily to describe a system of intense training and close personal supervision of the Christians being disciple....   [tags: Religious Education]
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Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum Statement - TL-III Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum Statement In order to facilitate technology-enhanced experiences that maximize student learning, I look to current research in educational technology in order to design methods and strategies for teaching content standards and student technology standards simultaneously. The 2007 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Education Technology Standards for Students and Performance Indicators for Students (NETS*S) provide my current student-centered road map....   [tags: Education, educational technology, technology]
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Definition of Formal Problem Statement - Definition of formal problem statement: Formal problems satement arise as wrong clients determination confirms up in divide journal files are wrong planned for further one month. Thus, Julie has to make more than one delayed notice, which corresponds to each month, intended for each one customer. Followed through, Rhonda is reliable to identify these substitute notices and join them into one. Two serious formal problems statement: First, the workload increase significantly. Second, the separate letters rarely slip an along with a customer can get some late notices....   [tags: Problem Solving]
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A Statement on Original Sin - A Statement on Original Sin First articulated by Augustine (A.D. 354–430), the doctrine of original sin holds that all of Adam’s descendants inherit the guilt of Adam’s sin and thus incur the punishment for Adam’s sin. Inheriting Adam’s guilt at birth, then, presumes one guilty before God at birth and destined for hell. This is the basis for the Catholic need for infant baptism, for the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception (that Mary herself was uniquely conceived free of Adam’s guilt), and for the belief that salvation is only available through connection with the Church via baptism....   [tags: Theology] 581 words
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Organizational Development Purpose Statement - Organizational Development Purpose Statement Introduction Higher education programs and organizational services may be integral for the performance success of students. Globalization and the sustainability of competitive advantage may be forcing the workforce to pursue or further their education. Universities may need to address the increasing number of people enrolling in academic courses by implementing or modifying the programs or services being provided to them to ensure their academic or work performance success....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Statement Addressing Selection Criteria - Statement Addressing Selection Criteria Position: Senior Research and Evaluation Professional Applicant: Criteria 1. Experience in social policy research and/or program evaluation 2. Professional writing skills 3. Project management experience 4. An interest in social policy in a Victorian and National context In my current position as a Senior Consultant for Noelker Consulting Pty Ltd I led the development of the following projects: • Golden Plains Youth Development Strategy 2009 – 2012: Golden Plains Shire (Adopted by Council September 2009) • Engaging Young People in Community Development 2009: Strathbogie Shire Council (Presented to Council August 2009) • Evaluation of Place Mana...   [tags: Professional Experience ] 877 words
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Second Theory Statement: Hermeneutics - Second Theory Statement: Hermeneutics “Hermeneutics is a disciplined approach to interpretation that can be traced back to the ancient Greeks studying literature and to biblical exegesis in the Judeo-Christian tradition.” (Crotty, 1998, p. 88-89). According to the Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy, “hermeneutics is the method of interpretation first of texts, and secondly of the whole social, historical, and psychological world.” ("Hermeneutics," n.d.). This paper will discuss the central idea of hermeneutics, hermeneutics as a perspective, and hermeneutics as an influence upon research activities as it might relate to instructional technology (IT)....   [tags: Literature]
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Proof of a Statement - Proof of a Statement How do we know. What makes us so sure that everything we learn is in fact real and true. There are many things involved in the proof of a statement. One of them are facts, however, a fact by itself is not sufficient. Facts are very important to prove a statement; nevertheless, by themselves they cannot prove anything. There need to be evidence, experience, perception, the use of language, knowledge, information, and so forth. All of these compliment each other, and joining all of them together, the necessary proof for a statement can be obtained....   [tags: Papers] 1045 words
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Assessment of a Statement - Assessment of a Statement Niccollo Machiavelli, born on May 3, 1469, lived during a period of turmoil and constant war in Europe. Machiavelli believed that political life cannot and should not be governed by a set of moral or religious absolutes. He also believed that in the interest of securing the state, acts of violence and deception that would be unethical and indefensible were permissible....   [tags: Papers] 1088 words
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Personal Statement - Finance is a field that had always fascinated me right from my undergraduate college days. What make me interested in this particular field of study are the art of finance and the complexity of investment market which would allow me to employ my personal skills, such as analytical and communication skills, along with my personal characteristics such as dedication and compassion for what I do. As one of the most important sector in the world, I believe it would provide me with a broad range of career options....   [tags: finance, education, skills] 548 words
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Personal Statement - Personal Statement: My transition from high school to college was not flawless; the first two semesters were academically frustrating. In high school, I was successful with minimal foresight. I quickly found that this was not the case in college. While my first semester grades were not terrible, I knew it was not my personal best. Despite increased efforts, I completed the second semester with a GPA lower than my first. Although my course load was heavy, the classes challenging, and my schedule full of outside rehearsals, I wanted to improve....   [tags: Personal Experience] 732 words
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Position Statement - Position statement On behalf of the Chairman of the Green Leaf Foundation, Thailand which has closely collaborated with 6 major organizations as follows: 1. Tourism Authority of Thailand 2. Thai Hotels Association 3. United Nations Environment Program 4. Demand Side Management Office of Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand 5. Association for the Development of Environmental Quality, and 6. Metropolitan Water works Authority Due to the past experience of environmental crisis, the government tries to be active and alert in the hotel and tourism industries, and tourists, have more awareness and concern about prevention of environmental problems (Bohdanowicz, 2006)....   [tags: Tourism ]
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Personal Statement - Growing up as the son of a rural Iowa veterinarian, I got my first experience in a medical field while riding along with my dad on calls, and from an early age my interest was piqued. It was the first of multiple experiences that pointed me toward a career in physical therapy. In my elementary and junior high years, a couple of elderly neighbor ladies often called on me to help them with chores around their homes and yards. This is where I first discovered my love of working to help others. It was rewarding beyond any payment to know that I was helping them live independently a little longer, even if I was only playing a small part by doing their odd jobs....   [tags: Personal Experience] 754 words
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Personal Statement - Law is a magnificent puppeteer which aims to control civilisations. The great philosopher Aristotle stated: 'Law should govern'. In view of that, the regulation of a society should be based on these set of rules established by an authority, which are designed to create economic, social and political stability. It is what maintains our societies and prevents an eruption of chaos and destruction. Law has an impact on everything we do, from creating a personal statement where copyright infringement laws take prevalence, deterring individuals from engaging in plagiarism, to criminal law which protects society from harmful individuals....   [tags: Personal Ambition] 854 words
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The Utopian Vision of Mother Teresa - The Utopian Vision of Mother Teresa       In August 1948, at the age of 38, Mother Teresa decided to adventure into the poorest neighborhoods of Calcutta, India, in order to live out her utopian dream by providing food, care, education, and shelter for the poor. Feeding people the Word of God; clothing them with dignity; educating them with knowledge, peace, truth, justice and love; nursing the mind and spirit; and sheltering them with a heart that understands. ("servants") I believe that a utopian vision is any vision that follows natural law, creates happiness in the community, and is feasible....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Nine Stages of Divine Vision - Nine Stages of Divine Vision Nine stages of life are formed by nine crises that shape our awareness and the way we envision and experience the divine in both our cultural and isolated lives. Out vision of the divine is determined by the unique forms and forces in each stage of our lives. The first stage is the unborn stage of the womb. The first part of the first stage is the unborn womb. Since the womb is almost perfect for our prenatal needs, there is an incomparable experience of Kinesthetic euphoria which is the ideal condition for the realization of bliss....   [tags: essays research papers] 822 words
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