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The Poetry of Herbert Scott - A few of Herbert Scott's poems are about the grocery business. In The Boss he comments on the fact that all types of people come to buy groceries, "The rich, the ugly, the beautiful, the sweet. He is from the traditional school, and the language that he uses shows that he is someone who made it on his own in the working class especially when he states "No-one give me nothing I earned what I earned" Being from the old school, it is his belief that in order to succeed in the business "You got to live in it." He sees the grocery business as being timeless and necessary because "We all got to eat." Like many bosses, he feels that he "knows this business." All indicators point to the fact that...   [tags: Poetry] 334 words
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Letter to Herbert Pocket - Letter to Herbert Pocket Dear Herbert. I write to you to inform you that my wounds have progressed adequately and I am much better right now. These months I have been questioning myself with whether it was better for Magwitch to die of his injuries or to suffer the pain and humiliation of a public hanging. I know he suffered a lot from his wounds but I am not sure if he would have suffered the same as if he was hanged. I think it is much better this way, and not because all these years have passed....   [tags: Free Essays] 390 words
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What Is The Most Effective Way To Discipline Student - School is the battleground for too many participants. For most teachers and students, a main battlefield revolves around discipline. Maintaining good discipline is a necessary condition for establishing a classroom climate that is conducive to learning. There are many ways to provide discipline, but one of the most productive is motivating students because they care about what they are learning. Enthusiastic teachers who present their material in stimulating, meaningful ways motivate students....   [tags: essays research papers] 418 words
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School Dicipline - School Dicipline With a closer look into our educational system, it is clear that students are causing more trouble in schools today because of the lack of discipline. Many Americans believe that zero tolerance and possibly corporal punishment are ridiculous and even to an extent, a form of abuse. In reality, these policies, if enforced properly, could be the solution to the growing discipline problems in our schools today. Already, there have been too many injuries and deaths of students in schools....   [tags: essays papers] 424 words
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Theories of Social Evolution Herbert Spencer versus Franz Boaz - Theories of Social Evolution Herbert Spencer versus Franz Boaz Herbert Spencer and Franz Boaz had two opposing theories on the social evolution theory. Each theory was difficult to prove but great theories. But both theories had it's ups and downs. Herbert Spencer was born in England, he is best known for developing and applying the evolutionary theory to philosophy and psychology. The evolutionary theory states that societies go from simple societies to complex societies. The more complex a society is the more evolved they are....   [tags: Papers] 451 words
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Social Darwinism: Herbert Spencer and The Catholic Church - Herbert Spencer was the most important Social Darwinist of the 19th Century. He was the first to begin thinking about evolutionist long before Darwin came out with his book on the "Origins of Species". He had many theories such as that everything evolves from one basic creature and then breaks off into more diverse species (Haberman (Hab.), 171). His theory was that social, political, and intellectual movements were caused by the development from the homogeneous to the heterogeneous....   [tags: Social Darwinism Essays]
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Discipline and Management - Discipline, management frequently interchanged in the education field, although they are distinctly different, and need treated as separate entities. Classroom management is the teacher’s responsibility and discipline is the student’s responsibility. Behavior and misbehavior are also terms that get confused. Classroom management, discipline, behavior and misbehavior are important aspect of every classroom. In order to have a well-organized classroom, the need to define and understand these terminologies becomes imperative....   [tags: Education, Compare/Contrast]
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The Lords of Discipline - Life in a Military Academy - The Lords of Discipline - Life in a Military Academy      To the average person, school is a place to learn where one may speak their mind freely, yet stay orderly through a light set of values and order. In The Lords of Discipline, we learn of a different type of school. The Institute is a military academy with rigorous mental and physical standards, and very straight-forward and rigid policies. What is learned at the Institute is to stay loyal to your classmates. The upperclassmen do their best to keep this primary rule imbedded in the minds of the plebe’s....   [tags: essays research papers] 516 words
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Peter Senge's The Fifth Discipline - Peter Senge’s book The Fifth Discipline is truly the authority on “systems thinking.” This is a leadership framework used by organizations to improve learning within their system. Senge further develops a strategy on how we can renew our minds to see the dynamic complexity within any given system. Senge defines an element of dynamic complexity within system thinking as “seeing wholes.” (p. 68). He describes that we can develop a framework to seeing interrelationships rather than just “snapshot.” (p....   [tags: success in global leadership practices] 527 words
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Discipline in the Perfect Classroom - There are two choices for you as you want to study. A noisy classroom or a quiet one. Which one do you like. Without doubt, The one that has discipline is the correct answer. Discipline is important to education because it influences the environment, teachers and yourselves. What is discipline in your mind. Discipline is the act of training someone to obey rules or certain behaviors. That means that seriousness, hard-working and beyond. Students should remember well what they are playing of in school....   [tags: education, environment, noisy, teachers] 540 words
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Peace- George Herbert - Peace- George Herbert George Herbert depicts a search for peace through religion in his poem "Peace" by utilizing allusion to the Bible and symbolism. George Herbert begins his poem by asking a question; "Sweet Peace, where dost thou dwell?" This is an apostrophe to Peace because the narrator is seeking peace in a variety of sublunary places and objects such as a cave, a rainbow, a Crown Imperial flower, and he finally asks a reverend where he may find peace. The reverend recounts the life of a prince who "sweetly lived" and "who lived with good increase of flock and fold." The prince died and on his grave "there sprang twelve stalks of wheat" which prospered and spread throughout the Earth...   [tags: English Literature] 546 words
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Herbert M. Bautista - Personal Profile HERBERT M. BAUTISTA mpa, mnsa Quezon City Vice Mayor Presiding Officer, 15th City Council President, National Movement of Young Legislators Vice Mayor Herbert M Bautista is probably one of the youngest officials of the country who has had a long and fruitful experience in government and the youth movement. From 1986 to 1989, he was President of the Kabataang Barangay National Federation and was appointed ex-officio City Councilor representing the Youth Sector of Quezon City. From 1992 to 1995, he was elected Councilor of Quezon City and was concurrently Chairperson of the Committee on Tourism and Cultural Affairs....   [tags: Politics] 561 words
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Disciplining a Child - In today’s society many people believe spanking children and physically punishing them is a good way to discipline. I believe there are many more effective ways to discipline a child. Why do people spank their children. People believe spanking causes pain and fear that you learn from. For example if I was running by a pool and the ground was wet and I happened to slip and fall, I would get hurt and I would be afraid to fall again, so I would learn to be more cautious and walk the second time I went by....   [tags: discipline, parenting, ] 563 words
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David Herbert Lawrence - David Herbert Lawrence Born on the eleventh day of September in 1885, David Herbert Lawrence was the fourth child of an illiterate coal miner. Lawrence was raised in a small mining town of Eastwood, Nottingham by his mother who happened to be a school a teacher. Threw his childhood David Herbert shared a very close relationship with his mother. Lawrence first started his education in a grammar school, which he had won a scholarship to, and later attended Nottingham University College. When he finished college, Lawrence decided to move to Croydin, just south of London to began his teaching career....   [tags: Essays Papers] 566 words
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Lookin Past the Surface of Discipline - When the majority of the population hears the word discipline they automatically associate the word with terms like punish and control. These clichéd adjectives will limit a person’s ability to expand their thinking past an evident definition. This limitation blinds them from seeing more than one interpretation of the word, thus preventing the consideration that maybe discipline is more than just a form of punishment. Discipline is to enforce a firm collection of guidelines either to correct an undesirable behavior or to achieve a certain goal with the intended objective of beneficial results....   [tags: punishments, timeout, self-control] 569 words
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The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge - The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge      In his book The Fifth Discipline, Peter Senge emphasizes his model of a "learning organization," which he defines as "an organization that is continually expanding its capacity to create its future." A learning organization excels at both adaptive learning and generative learning.      Senge describes five disciplines that are necessary for a learning organization. "Learning organization" is a catchphrase covering the ideal of an organization built on vision, teamwork, openness, flexibility, ability to act under changing conditions, and so forth and so on....   [tags: Fifth Discipline Peter Senge Essays Business]
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Discipline in the Classroom - Discipline in the Classroom When interviewing Professor I found that by working diligently and participating in class, earning a good grade could be a task, which could be competed easily. Professor Jesse Ligo is the freshmen accounting teacher at Thiel College In the one on one interview his personality seemed straight forward almost like is class. Professor Ligo described him as hard working gentlemen who hate laziness and other forms of procrastination. Ligo had many reasons for selecting this form of discipline to teach....   [tags: Papers] 594 words
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Pat Conroy's The Lords Of Discipline - Pat Conroy's "The Lords Of Discipline" Conroy displays his life through his novel, The Lords of Discipline, to give readers a visual demonstration of how life connections can transform the entity of a novel. Conroy's attendance to the Citadel, his family, and the South helped influence his innovative writing style. "A lifetime in a Southern family negated any possibility that he [Will/Conroy] could resign from the school under any conditions other than unequivocal disgrace (6)." Conroy's family held a strong control over his will to renounce the hardship of the Citadel....   [tags: Lords Discipline Pat Conroy] 598 words
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Analysis Of Scared To Death Of Dying, Article By Herbert Hendin - Analysis of "Scared to Death of Dying", Article by Herbert Hendin The background for this work is that the existing conflict over legalizing assisted suicides and euthanasia could bring our values down and society apart. The problem is not legalizing or opposing to it, the real problem is to find a way to care for the terminally ill. We have the responsibility to help the terminally ill die in a decent way not killing them. If we don't have a policy or rule against this we are permitting doctors, like Jack Kevorkian, to become famous for killing people....   [tags: essays research papers] 604 words
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The Things They Carried and Herbert’s Article War is Personal - The Things They Carried and Herbert’s Article War is Personal Bob Herbert's article, "War is Personal," has many parallels to Tim O'Brien's novel The Things They Carried. Although O'Brien's novel deals with the Vietnam War and Herbert's article deals with the current war with Iraq, both describe the position of American soldiers and their struggle with living in war. O'Brien's novel is more personal than Herbert's objective article but both show the importance of trust, significance of pain, and the terror of young soldiers face....   [tags: Things They Carried Essays] 610 words
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The Fifth Discipline - The Fifth Discipline Chapter 11 of Peter Senge's book, The Fifth Discipline, talks about the idea of Shared Vision, and how this concept has transformed organizations, and individuals working for them, into a cohesive unit of long-term innovative achievement. Having and transmitting a successful "shared vision" requires true "buy-in" on the part of the employees and the organization as a whole, and must foster genuine commitment and active enrollment in order to bring that organizational vision to a personal level....   [tags: Essays Papers] 620 words
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Discipline Teaches a Child to Follow the Rules - ... I have three children and I can tell you that they are all very different. That being said, I have found that determining what type of discipline is effective for each child is as unique as they are. My oldest daughter did not like being put in time out, as she had to be where the action was. So, a good punishment for her for breaking the rules was to send her to time out. My son, on the other hand, likes solitude. I would send him to his room and come back later to find he had been playing with his toys and couldn’t have been happier....   [tags: punishment, rewards, responsibility] 628 words
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The American Physical Therapy Association Code of Ethics and Discipline - The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is a national professional organization representing more than 74,000 members and its goal is to foster advancements in physical therapy practice, research, and education. The APTA just like every other organization has a code of ethics that it requires its members to follow. In 1935, APTA adopted its first Code of Ethics and Discipline. This Code provided a formal statement that acknowledged the ethical obligations of Association members. Since 1935, the Code has been revised several times....   [tags: Informative Essay]
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Understanding Herbert Spencer's Sociological Theories - It’s always helpful to look at the man, as well as his sociological theories in order to understand the stance from which he writes. The reasoning being such that in order to look at the ideas and relevancy in which a sociologist presents their arguments, the historical time period and influences they live in as they mature is also extremely important. That being said, Herbert Spencer was born in 1820 at the height of the British industrial revolution. He was not a robust and healthy young man, and saw the loss of his siblings at a young age....   [tags: evolution, specialization, diferentiation] 636 words
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Discipline and Restraint - Discipline and Restraint Without discipline and restraint where would this world be. Where would we be. We all have someone or something we learn from or look up to. We can be told who to like or who to admire, but does it really work like that. No, it doesn’t. We all are given the power to choose from birth. But growing up everyone has two, or in some cases one, person they learn from, their parents. Their parents teach them discipline but restraint, well that’s something they teach themself....   [tags: essays papers] 639 words
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The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge - ... the degree to which the generation of new knowledge builds upon current knowledge (Malerba, 2002b). He identifies three different sources of cumulativeness. The first source is learning processes and dynamic increasing returns at the technology level. The cognitive nature of learning processes and the past knowledge constrain current research, but also generate new questions and new knowledge. The second source is related to organisational capabilities. These capabilities are firm specific and can be improved only gradually over time....   [tags: knowledge, learning process] 653 words
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Teenagers Today Lack Moral Values and Self-Discipline - Teenagers Today Lack Moral Values and Self-Discipline Moral values and graciousness, in the past, were prominent in most teenagers. Majority of the youths then learnt respect, courtesy, consideration, decency, propriety, honesty and righteousness from a young age, and had enough self-discipline to hold to these values. However, these moral values and self-discipline are slowly diminishing over the years, as most of the younger generation are gradually disregarding these ethics....   [tags: Papers] 653 words
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Free Admissions Essay - Discipline and Perseverance - Admissions Essay - Discipline and Perseverance Pounding, rushing footsteps started to close in on me. The roar of the crowd echoed, as I extended my hand to receive the baton that signaled my turn to run. As I tightly wrapped my fingers around it, I felt the wind rush around me, and my tired legs started to carry me faster than I ever dreamed possible. As I rounded the final stretch of track I remember battling fatigue by contemplating two paths: slow down and give up my chance of winning to gain momentary comfort, or push myself even harder and give up momentary comfort to receive greater rewards later....   [tags: Medicine College Admissions Essays] 656 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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A Child's Need for Discipline - Parenthood is the hardest job in the world, but done right it can be the most rewarding. Teaching a child the right way from a young age will pay dividends. A child needs guidelines in which to follow in order to develop into a well rounded adult. Showing the child the right way from the start will make the growing and learning process easier for them. A child taught to use manners as early as they start to talk will use them naturally as they progress through childhood, manners might not be high up on modern day parent’s lists of priorities, but, the concept of manners brings with it also the concept of respect for others, the two go hand in hand....   [tags: Child Development] 675 words
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The Most Valuable Intelligence Discipline: IMINT - 2 SEP 2002 THE MOST VALUBLE INTELLIGENCE DISCIPLINE: IMINT I believe that the most valuable discipline will be the IMINT field, but with good evidence. During the Gulf War, the IMINT field was detrimental to mission accomplishment. The field of Battle Damage Assessment is in my opinion one of the factors that makes imagery so important to combative assessments. The forward observers that would ordinarly be sent out to the battlefield to obtain target information are in a very vulnerable position and by using imagery the threat of danger is almost obsolete during a Battle Damage Assessment....   [tags: essays research papers] 676 words
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Section 59 of the Crimes Act and a Parent's Right to Discipline their Child - The change to Section 59 of the Crimes Act compromises a parent’s right to discipline their child. Parents are in a position of authority in which they are responsible for shaping their children into respectful, law abiding citizens, and often a light smack to the hand or bottom is an effective way of teaching the right attitude and behaviour. If a child displays behaviour that goes against what their parents are teaching them, a light smack is often necessary in letting the child know what they are doing is wrong....   [tags: discipline, children, parenting, Section 59 of th] 705 words
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Spank Or Not To Spank - Spank Or Not To Spank Have you ever been out in public and a parent and child is having a fighting match because the child wants something that the parent want buy or the child just runs off while the parent is busy looking for something. What about the child that is laying on the floor kicking and screaming in an attempt to get there way. These particular scenarios happen all the time and parents are then put in a position to either disciple their child right on the spot by spanking their bottom or just speaking to the child in a harsh manner....   [tags: Discipline]
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In God We Rest - George Herbert’s “The Pulley” describes how God first created man. Herbert writes with first hand experience to the glory of God and the expectation that God has for humanity. He shows the reader that God has blessed man with all the world’s riches, but has decided to withhold his final blessings of rest to ensure man’s return to him for peace and comfort. Humanity is not the ready for all of God’s gifts because overindulgence can lead to a lack of appreciation for the many gifts that they already possess....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Herbert, God, Philosophy] 720 words
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An Agreeable Person is a Disciplined Person - From the study and the analysis, the key findings are as follows: • There exists positive relationship between agreeableness and discipline, conscientiousness and discipline and between openness to experience and discipline. This implies that individuals with agreeableness as their personality type adjust their behavior to suit others. High scorers are typically polite and like people. Low scorers tend to 'tell it like it is'. On the other hand individuals who fall into the category of conscientiousness personality type are honest and hardworking and hence more disciplined....   [tags: personality, consience, grievance] 734 words
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Philosophy of Classroom Discipline - Philosophy of Classroom Discipline “Power is exercised only over free subjects, and only insofar as they are free. By this we mean individual or collective subjects who are faced with a field of possibilities in which several ways of behaving, several reactions and diverse compartments may be realized.” (Foucault) Foucault and Heidegger, modern philosophers, both describe power in these terms, as the facility to manipulate an object without force. Understanding this point of view is important, not only for state institutions who attempt to exert power over citizens and deviants, but also for teachers as they try to use disciplinary power to control the events in their classroom....   [tags: essays research papers] 749 words
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The Great Depression: PResident Herbert Hoover - Question 1: When Herbert Hoover was inaugurated as the 31st President of the United States in 1929, America was enjoying great prosperity. However, by the end of the year, the country was headed toward the Great Depression due to the stock market crash and economic disaster. While the collapse of the stock market may have instigated an economic crisis, it was not entirely responsible for the Great Depression.Chillingworththroughout the nation was the result of combination factors that grew in the underlying cause of the crash....   [tags: 31st president, prosperity, american economy] 761 words
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Earthly Pleasures in Virtue by George Herbert and Go Lovely Rose by Edmund Waller - Earthly Pleasures in Virtue by George Herbert and Go Lovely Rose by Edmund Waller There are clearly opposing views of how individuals should spend the short time they have on earth. In George Herbert's poem, "Virtue", and in Edmund Waller's poem, "Go, Lovely Rose", the poets have contradicting values of what should be done with our time on earth. Herbert is a puritan who believes that earthly pleasures should be ignored, as life should be spent preparing for another world after death. In contrast, Waller suggests individuals take advantage of earth's beauty and surrender to life pleasures....   [tags: Papers] 764 words
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A Parent Should Consider Other Means of Discipline Than Spanking Their Child - Whenever a parent disciplines (means of correcting) a child, they are teaching them, and letting them know there are boundaries in life. Often time, children misbehave for one or several reasons: they want attention, do not know right from wrong, or do not know how to express their feelings, or simply want to see how for they can go outside their boundaries. Even though spanking a child may be a quick way of discipline, the effects sometimes do not accomplish the goal a parent is trying to convey....   [tags: discipline, child development,] 765 words
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Different Levels of Meaning in George Herbert’s Poem, Love - Different Levels of Meaning in George Herbert’s Poem, Love This unique love poem by George Herbert seems both simple and complex at the same time. There are many levels which display the depth of Herbert’s writing. He gives a three stanza poem, six lines each with the rhyme scheme of: A, B, A, B, C, C, and the lines alternating ten and six syllables. This simple and gentle form, that never deviates, gives the reader a tranquil and soothing feeling, adding an extra dimension to the overall poem....   [tags: Love]
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The Great Depression and President Herbert Hoover - Taking office the same year as the Great Depression, Americas thirty first president, Herbert Hoover greatly impacted the lives of many Americans. It has been stated that the stalk market crash was to blame for the greatest economic downturn in American; however, Ex-President Hoover made critical mistakes during the depression that he would be blamed for the rest of his life. The Great Depression began in 1929, 7 months after the Ex-President’s election. (Insert cite) Instead of “using the power of the federal government to squarely address it” (I C), Hoover vetoed many bills that would help the situation, believing in volunteer help....   [tags: american history] 773 words
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Classroom Discipline and Management Philosophy - The goal in our classroom is to teach self-discipline, responsibility, cooperation, and problem-solving skills. Common causes of misbehavior include an attempt to meet unmet needs (belonging, significance, fun); a lack of needed skills (social and academic); inappropriate expectations; lack of structure; and a lack of sense of relevance. We will be focusing on non-punitive solutions to problems based on kindness, firmness, dignity and respect. True discipline comes from an internal locus of control (self-discipline), not an external locus of control (punishments and rewards inflicted by someone else)....   [tags: Classroom Management Plan 2014]
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Critical Appreciation of Herbert Read's My Company - Critical Appreciation of Herbert Read's My Company The poem "My Company" by Herbert Read communicates a perception of war which was characteristic of Great War Literature as a whole. It is evident that Herbert Read used poetry as a way of expressing and communicating his ideas about the war. As Rivers, a psychologist in the novel "Regeneration" notes: "horror and fear were the inevitable reponses to the trauma of war." The poet uses lexical choice, form, imagery, repetition, rhythm and tone in order to convey his perceptions of war and in doing so maintains a distinct individuality....   [tags: Papers] 790 words
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No Discipline by the British Soldiers Created the Boston Massacre - ... Nonviolent means of diplomacy were demonstrated to give themselves freedom. After all, one does not start a violent revolution without asking for a chance to be heard. As expected, the British did not listen. Colonists turned toward protest. Protest eventually turned to action. Action led to bloodshed ("Parliamentary Taxation of Colonies, International Trade, and the American Revolution, 1763–1775 - 1750–1775 - Milestones - Office of the Historian"). March 5, 1770 seemed to be just like any other day....   [tags: colonists, america, guilty] 807 words
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Forms of Discipline: Punishment is too Aggressive - In recent studies, researchers have found that ninety percent of parents spank their children; yet, seventy-three percent of mothers report that their child will continue to repeat their behavior they were disciplined for (Ogilvie). Based of this information, the effectiveness of this form of discipline seems to be incredibly low. Now consider another fact: how harmful is this to children physically and mentally. Would this affect them as they grow up and even continue to affect them into their adulthood....   [tags: punishments, discipline, spanking]
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Comparing the Reaction of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover to the Great Depression - Comparing the Reaction of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover to the Great Depression The year was 1929. America goes through the biggest national crisis since the American Civil War. They called it the Great Depression. The Stock Market was going down, unemployment was going up, and money was becoming scarce. The United States had to look up to the one person who could lead the country out of this national catastrophe, The President. At this time the man who had that title was none other than Herbert Hoover....   [tags: American History] 815 words
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Foucault's Discipline and Punish - Crime is inevitable in society, whether it be in traditional societies or in modern society. However, with an action, there are always has to be a consequence, however when breaking the law, the consequences are rather bad, and sometimes harsh. This is called punishment. Discipline is enforcing acceptable patterns of behaviour and teaching obedience. In an excerpt called Discipline and Punish, contemporary theorist Michael Foucault explains these two concepts. This paper will summarize the author’s main points; provide a comparison with a theorist previously lectured on in class, as well as a personal interpretation of Foucault’s arguments....   [tags: Violence, Brutality, Imprisonment] 816 words
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Discipline As Folklore - Discipline As Folklore There is no need to argue whether discipline has a role in society. The types, severity, and appropriateness are debatable, but it surely serves a purpose. This applies on a global scale, with groups such as NATO and the UN, all the way down to individual households. The family unit acts as a training camp for upcoming members of a community by teaching children what is expected of them through example and discipline. Though the methodology varies from household-to-household, culture-to-culture, place-to-place; we all have had to answer to authority at some point or another....   [tags: essays papers] 825 words
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The Death of American Values - In his essay “A fire in the basement” Bob Herbert gives many examples that ultimately ask “what has happened to the American values of freedom, justice, opportunity and equality that separated us from other nations?” Herbert says that our society no longer cares to uphold these once fundamental values. Herbert declares that, “If I had one wish for this country it would be for leadership that would arouse the consciousness of the masses to the deceit and injustice all around them”(402) It’s obvious that Herbert is distraught by the current condition of our nation’s value system....   [tags: A Fire in the Basement, Bob Herbert]
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The Foundation of an Effective Discipline System: Corrections and Security - Usually, prisons and jails have tried to find ways to control inmates’ just through physical restraint, and hardware such as “locks, steel doors, security glass, and alarm systems” (National Institute of Corrections (U.S.), 2009). Staff safety is understood to hinge on upholding physical walls between staff and inmates. Securing inmate and staff safety is of the ultimate importance in a correctional facility. Overcrowded prisons and jails are not only an excessive risk to inmates, but also a bigger risk to the correctional officers who are working in the overcrowded prisons or jail....   [tags: prisons, jails, inmates]
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Discipline in Childhood - Discipline in Childhood Children require freedom to grow and to learn, but they will not thrive on unlimited freedom. The aim of discipline is to set reasonable limits which protect children from harm and teach them what is safe and what is not. If children are to grow up into responsible, conscientious, and dependable adults, they must learn the social, moral, and ethical standards that are considered acceptable in our society. They must also learn to respect the rights and property of others....   [tags: Parenting Papers] 860 words
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Music Education: A Much Needed and Important Discipline - Music Education: A Much Needed and Important Discipline "A nation that allows music to be expendable is in danger of becoming expendable itself," said Richard Dreyfuss during the Grammy Awards broadcast on the 28th of February (National Coalition for music Education 14). This is a very interesting statement because it involves something that is related to everyone -- school curriculum. When school budgets have to be cut, the music classes are usually the first ones to be removed. Ironically, music is one of the most important areas of study because of its positive effects on students' creativity, learning and growth, and everyday life....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays] 867 words
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