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Using Visual Thinking for Effective Teaching and Learning - ... The objective of this reforming is to create a world-class education system that will prepare learners for university-level study in English and help Kazakhstan compete internationally. But today’s system of teaching English at school needs to be improved. One of the critical problems of teaching English as the second language is the lack of learners’ motivation and discipline. Learners of our schools are not enough interested or motivated in learning English. They can skip classes or chat with the classmates....   [tags: motivation, discipline, second language]
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The Relationship Between Study Skills and Academic Performance - In today’s world, education has been a primary preoccupation in order to have a bright future or a decent job. The need of high academic achievements such as college and university degrees is now a symbol of success in life. In order to get those symbols, high academic performance is required, and to achieve success, studying is very important. Consequently, developing permanent studying habits is crucial. Furthermore, the use of study habits could develop characteristics that are in demand at the workplace, such as organization, self-discipline, motivation, trust, etc....   [tags: self-discipline, motivation, students] 1715 words
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An Indepth Look at Subjectivity and Panopticism. - Panopticism, as defined by Michel Foucault in his book Discipline and Punish, is (as proposed by Jeremy Bentham) a circular building with an observation tower in the centre of an open space surrounded by an outer wall. The idea behind this social theory that subjects, being watched by an upper power, always have either complete freedom or none at all. How can they have both you might ask. The subjects cannot see if someone is or isn’t watching them, therefore they should always act at there best....   [tags: Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish]
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The Code of Ethics for Professional Nurses - ... In regards to Mr. Doe´s, the nurse may feel like not giving him his medication is not promoting good and may be harming him, but it would still be violating his autonomy and right to refuse treatment. Veracity is a principle that denotes telling the truth; when interacting with patients, nurses must deliver objective, honest and thorough information (Burkhardt et al., 2014). If the nurse hid Mr. Doe’s medication in his ice cream this would violate the principle of veracity. The acquirement of consent from a substitute decision maker would be necessary if Mr....   [tags: discipline, patients, healthcare]
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Analysis of The Lord of the Flies - Child supervision and discipline are both key elements in the lives of growing children. Parents who guide their children with vigor and determination help to form and to mold their future development and perspectives. When children are left alone without these precautionary measures pursued by their parents, especially in groups, situations can turn out of hand as demonstrated in The Lord of the Flies; a novel in which a group of children are stranded on a island with no adults to fend for themselves....   [tags: children, innocence, discipline] 655 words
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Apply Chain Management vs Traditional Mananagement Systens - ... Investsopedia defines CRM as: “The principles, practices, and guidelines that an organization follows when interacting with its customers. From the organization's point of view, this entire relationship not only encompasses the direct interaction aspect, such as sales and/or service related processes, but also in the forecasting and analysis of customer trends and behaviors, which ultimately serve to enhance the customer's overall experience.” Depali(2012) further describes CRM as an important mechanism that helps firms understand about their customer’s needs and forge a lasting relationship....   [tags: assistence, discipline, technology] 1392 words
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Can Uniforms Help Students Become Peaceful Equals? - ... Some argue that the requirement of school uniforms would not stop kids from being bullied for other reasons. Although that argument is strong, the requirement of school uniforms only lowers the rate of students being bullied. If students are continuously being bullied for other reasons, extreme measures can be taken. For the students being bullied because of self-expression, requiring school uniforms could help give them a sense of protection. Another argument for uniforms in schools is to decrease the peer pressure among the students to wear trendier brands....   [tags: peer pressure, clothing, discipline] 614 words
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Importance of Being on Time - The importance of being on time in the military (or anywhere at all), is simply a symptom of discipline, which was instilled in new enlisted soldiers during basic training. Being on time shows reliability. We have to show discipline, responsibility, show care through following military rules and regulations. Being on time not only pertains to accountability, but shows respect to our fellow soldiers, our unit, command and organization as a whole. Being on time also will avoid any disciplinary actions that may hinder you from reaching your goals....   [tags: Military, Discipline, Punctuality]
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The Challenges of Single Parent Families - ... As the blue song said “I can do bad myself, I don’t need no one to help me starve to death”. If you do not have any training or education you have to make up your mind if you want to be on public assist or something better for you and child/children even if it means work at McDonald until you can improve your situation. Despite what static shows Single Parent can be success by having Religious, finance, discipline and strong family support.   Religious Religious in a single parent home does have some an effect on the children behavior and the family has a whole....   [tags: religion, community, finance, discipline] 1177 words
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The Reason Why Children Misbehave - ... Secondly, it builds child's confidence. Thirdly, it makes the child responsible of his choices. fourthly, it strengthens the relationship between parents and their child. However, some parents are against discipline their children, because they think it effects their psyche and there is no need for punishment . They will grow up and learn. Moreover, cruelty to children can be a reason of why children misbehave. Cruelty make the child behave wrongly as a reaction , and this cruelty includes two types either beating or insulting , and both types are wrong ways....   [tags: parent, misbehavior, discipline, rearing]
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How to Prevent Recurring Dreams - According to a survey, about 5 to 10 percent of adults have nightmares once a month or more frequently. In my case, I kept dreaming about failing the exam when I was preparing for entering university. This kind of dreams which are repeated with same patterns is called recurring dreams. Generally, recurring dreams have a tendency to appear in a form of nightmare, and most of the people who experience these dreams are suffered from negative feelings such as fear and anxiety. However, suffering from recurring dreams can be prevented by a typical process....   [tags: dream journal, self-discipline] 786 words
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Authority Figure in Bible Examples - As a child, one always questions authority and discipline especially from a parent. A father’s love may appear measurable, to a child, based upon how much time he spent together, and how much punishment he delivers. Some people believe in physical punishment, which may include a spanking, or they believe in taking nonphysical measures, which may include a timeout or going to bed early. Throughout the ages, people argue the issue that parents may play favorites or discipline one child more harshly than the next....   [tags: authority, discipline, punishment, bible] 1012 words
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Arthur W. Frank’s The Wounded Story Teller and Michel Foucault’s Discipline and Punish - This discussion paper intends to address the difference between witness, on the one hand, and observation, judgement and examination on the other hand. Through the consideration of a social context, these conceptual frameworks will be contrasted in terms of their purpose, the knowledge gain once applied to the social world and social beings as well as the potential implications of their implementation. Conclusions will be drawn from the evidence as to whether these conceptual lenses aid in the understanding of the social world and in turn the nature of the human condition....   [tags: witness, observation, judgement] 1790 words
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Corporal Punishment and Parents - The most important argument in favour of corporal punishment, which is the excuse of most of the parents when they are asked to stop the physical punishment, is that it teaches discipline to the children. The conventional parents give the name of discipline to the use of physical force to enforce their orders on their offspring’s. But actually discipline is of two types as defined in a journal named “The State of Research on the Effects of Physical Punishment” that “power-assertive” and “inductive” discipline....   [tags: Physical Punishments, Children, Discipline]
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Learning in a systems context - When Peter Senge wrote his book entitled the Fifth Discipline, he caused both the systems thinking and learning organization to come into the limelight (Smith, Peter Senge and the learning organization, 2001). Through his studies, he showed how systems thinking, personal mastery, mental models, building a shared vision, and learning were all part of the learning organization (Smith, Peter Senge and the learning organization, 2001). Systems thinking versus a learning organization The difference between the systems thinking is one is the tree and the other is the forest....   [tags: Fifth Discipline, Peter Senge]
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Corporal Punishment in Schools - ... Study has shown the state with corporal punishment does not reduce the behavior but cause more behaviors. This study is true due to students being embarrassed by the corporal punishment and will be harassed by other students over the corporal punishment. One example would be: John gets into trouble for using profane language in the classroom. The teacher asks John to step into the hall to receive the corporal punishment which is to be paddled three times. John takes the paddling and return to the classroom....   [tags: discipline systems, child abuse]
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Spanking and Physical Punishment - Children are like flowers, if well taken care of they will glow. If ignored or tortured, they will damage or die. Child discipline is one of the most significant basics of successful parenting. Today, many people have this belief that physical abuse is in no way a solution to helping children recognize between right and wrong. Since generations children have been learnt the art of discipline through physical punishment. Often this approach to disciplining has resulted in two consequences, one is where the child becomes more generous and is able to obey what he or she has been stated, or the other which more often results in children developing a sense of suffering and wish to revolution....   [tags: child discipline, children, punishment]
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Domestic Corporal Punishment Analysis - George Orwell once said, “I doubt whether classical education ever has been or can be successfully carried out without corporal punishment.” I believe this quote also relates to domestic corporal punishment because spanking has determined and always will determine how a person acts and treats others. Spanking should only be used as a last resort of punishment for children. This also teaches children right and wrong actions, because they must know that there must be a punishment for their wrong actions....   [tags: spanking, punishment, discipline]
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Is Corporal Punishment Okay? - Corporal punishment is the purposeful infliction of pain as punishment for wrongdoing. The term often refers to hitting the person receiving punishment repeatedly with an instrument, such as a cane or a ruler, though it also applies more generally to any kind of pain infliction as a punishment. It is sometimes used by parents against their children, by teachers and school administrators against students who misbehave, and in many parts of the world, by the judicial system as an additional deterrent to criminals....   [tags: Spanking, Children, Discipline] 1087 words
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The Heroism of Dying for One's Country in Poetry - The Heroism of Dying for One's Country in Poetry The Volunteer is a Pro-War poem written by Herbert Asquith. Asquith uses roman imagery to invoke a feeling of greatness and honour. Asquith begins his poem by describing the miserable, mundane life of a clerk, working in a 'city grey'. He opens with the words 'Here lies' that are normally used to begin writing on a gravestone. This 'epitaph' - style opening gives the idea that the clerk has now passed away and the poem will concentrate on events beforehand....   [tags: William Shakespeare Herbert Asquith Essays] 1738 words
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Uniforms: Road To Congress - ... This prevent envy and jealousy about their stylish clothes. Youngsters also admitted that they were less likely to misbehave anywhere because their uniform identified there school (Clark 1). Professor Margaret Hams, who led the study at Oxford said, “ Uniforms often directly contribute to the reduction of bulling.” So why shouldn’t uniforms be mandatory already. Another big advantage of school uniforms is that it lifts a burden off the students and parents shoulders. Planning an outfit can take an enormous amount of time....   [tags: reduces bullying, discipline]
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Peck's Theory of Love and Discipline in the film The Dead Poet's Society - Peck's Theory of Love and Discipline As Applied to Character Relationships in "The Dead Poets Society" Life is difficult. These are the words with which M. Scott Peck begins The Road Less Traveled. In his opinion, realizing that life is difficult is the first important step on the way to solving life's problems. The second, and perhaps most important, step to solving life's problems is realizing the need for discipline and understanding what discipline is. According to Peck (1978), "without discipline we can solve nothing....   [tags: Comparative Literature] 1372 words
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Parenting in Different Aspects - In today’s society, school has been looked at to be a form of child day-care. In school is seen as a learning environment and parents want to their child to be exposed to driven instruction to get maximum results of a fine education. In reading I found the Chinese mothers to be superior in their child’s education and performances. Failure is not an option and anything less than their child’s best must be focused upon and perfected. With determination, strictness, and parental involvement, we find that these types of children receive the most out of their education....   [tags: Discipline, Abuse, Chinese, Contrasts]
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Music Is a Feeling - I was in the band in high school, I played the clarinet in the marching band and the alto sax during jazz band. I started out with the French horn but that proved too difficult for me to carry home to practice at the time. I was nine or ten when I decided to switch to clarinet. I was instantly a natural at it my band director told me. I joined the band my eighth grade year because at my school the high school band consists of seventh through twelfth graders. However, I chose not to pursue band in college....   [tags: band, discipline, confidence, teamwork] 566 words
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The Consequences of Spanking - Spanking is commonly associated with parents attempting to correct behavior in a child; ultimately often out of frustration and/or anger with the child’s behavior. In the heat of the moment, most parents do not associate the long term psychosocial or behavioral effects the act of spanking can have on a child. The dangers of these effects derived from how children think and behave show us that spanking is not an effective form of discipline. Spanking teaches the child that violence is a socially accepted behavior to attain a desired result....   [tags: parents, children, punishment, discipline]
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Differentiating Parenting Practices - ... The three generations period are in general between 1920 and 1940 thing were very conservative; 1940 to 1960, things were not as conservative and moving toward change; 1960-1980 thing became more liberal, and people had more of a voice. In the first generation parents, discipline was very strict, controlling, and straightforward. The father physically disciplined the children but was not involved in parenting the children. The second-generation parents was little more lenient, fathers still disciplined the children and was not involved in parenting....   [tags: Different Generations, Discipline] 674 words
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How to Focus on your Studies: Key to Success - Many students now fail to know on how to focus on their studies, and because of that ignorance, many students are failing on their grades. Many students now chose to stop on their studies because of addiction on computer games, vices, and the bad influences of their friends. There are many things that can take away our focus on our studies, but the question is: Do you have the guts to stop your bad habits like computer games, vices and hangouts just for your studies. And if other students are wondering on how to focus on their studies, I think the best way for them to focus is to have the key to success, which is self-discipline....   [tags: self discipline, prioritizing, time management]
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Spanking Young Children - About 60% of parents in the United States use spanking as a method to discipline their young children. In most cases parents believe that spanking is the only effective way to discipline their children. According to the “International Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family”, spanking is often referred as; “one or two flat-handed swats on a child's wrist or buttocks, but would not include a beating with a whip or a belt, for others, spanking also includes slaps and pinches to the leg, arm, back, or even the head, as long as no marks are left”....   [tags: marriage and family, discipline]
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Freedom of Choice: The Very Best Policy - The author does not make a very convincing case that school uniforms and dress codes violate students’ freedom of speech and undermine important values. She argues that students are the only ones with a dress code. She states that students should be able to express themselves using their own judgement. She believes that uniforms do not help maintain a respectable appearance for the school community. School uniforms are essential to students in order for them to learn discipline and respect. The author's opinion says "I believe they should apply to everyone....   [tags: school uniforms, learning discipline & respect] 572 words
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Child Abuse Globally - Introduction Background of the Study Child abuse is a global problem that has received tremendous attention in Western Countries. The term “Child Abuse” refers to intentional acts that result in physical or emotional harm to children. Child abuse covers a wide range of behavior from physical assault by parents or other adult caretakers to neglect of child basic need. Traditionally, parent or adult have been entrusted by the society with the responsibility of caring for and guiding their childrens’ best interest....   [tags: Abuse, Neglect, Discipline, Psychology]
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Christianity: It Is About the Person - ... Learning how to plug in my only and true source has set me free from my own pride and self-ambition. The Holy Spirit has been producing in me His fruits (Galatians 5:22). I have learned that discipline brings joy not just sorrow. God is willing to discipline us because He loves us. I learned that it is very important to plug into our source (Jesus); He is the one that will heal all my soul wounds. As a future ministry is it important to be plug into the source in order to minister others. When we allow the Holy Spirit to change the way we think about ourselves and others we allow Him to the healing....   [tags: jesus, event, spiritual, discipline, silence] 1023 words
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The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua - “She’s a Monster” or “Tiger Mother”, nicknames given to the Yale Law School professor and book writer Amy Chua. Chua was bestowed these nicknames in response to the strict disciple that she applies on her children. Her book The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, gained the attention of the public due to the outrageous stories written inside. These stories in her book caused quite a commotion due to her unorthodox ways in raising her children. In the book,Chua listed a few things that her daughters, Sophia and Louisa were not allowed to do....   [tags: monster mother, strict discipline on children] 538 words
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Importance of Play in a Child's life - The key issues that apply to this theme are; education, how play has changed risk and challenge. Education affects a child’s play and learning, as parents who aren’t well educated may not know the importance or benefits of play and the impact it has on learning. They will not value play as a ‘crucial’ part of learning. As an alternative of allowing their children to play they would force them to be seated all day and work. Play helps a child cultivate socially, intellectually, emotionally and services the development of motor skills, as children play alongside each other they form and maintain relationships, recognize their own and other’s feelings and develop empathy for others....   [tags: child eduaction, cognitive skill, discipline]
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A New Experiance: Challenges as a Music Teacher - Challenges comes in many different shapes and forms. Arising on the dependence of the environment. These past few weeks, I have not only had the privilege to observe music education being taught in high school, but elementary as well. Being able to witness a different learning environment opened my eyes to new future challenges that may arise in the future. As a music teacher, I may have the responsibility to not only teach high school students, but elementary and middle school students as well....   [tags: reflection, levels, student, discipline, order] 596 words
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How to Prevent Recurring Dreams - According to a survey, about five to ten percent of adults have nightmares once a month or more frequently (Dr. Phil, 2013). In my case, I experienced dreaming about failing the exam when I was preparing for entering university. These kind of dreams which are repeated with the same patterns are called recurring dreams. Generally, recurring dreams have a tendency to appear in a form of nightmares, and most of the people who experience these dreams are tormented by negative feelings such as fear and anxiety....   [tags: dreaming, nightmare, journal, self-discipline]
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Custom Courtesies in the Military - Throughout the military and the Army there many different regulations and rules to live by also known as custom courtesies that every soldier must follow in order to show the proper respect order and discipline as they then move on with their daily lives. Custom courtesies are put into place to give the proper respect for noncommissioned officers and the officers placed above them.AR 600 – 25 customs and courtesies is considered to many to be the foundation pillars of military life and major fundamentals to the methods that the Army conducts its business....   [tags: fundamentals, respect, life, discipline, behavior] 1183 words
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How to Prevent Recurring Dreams - ... With this in mind, the specifics of the dreams are recorded as much as possible and categorized according to similar symbols and patterns. Finally, this journal can be examined and consequently, symbols and patterns of the recurring dreams are analyzed. It means that every time those dreams occur again, the dreamer can consult this journal. Accordingly, recurring dreams will be considered more objectively. The next stage to deal with recurring dreams is to train self-discipline(Steinbock, 2010)....   [tags: nightmares, journal, self-discipline, control]
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Time Management for College Students - This letter seeks to give an overview of the problem of time management among college students who are the target audience in this paper. The paper also highlights on the probable solutions ascribed to it. It also seeks to identify a simple three part model that capsulate a viable solution to this problem if followed to the latter. The problem of time management can be said to be universal not only affecting students but also other people in careers. This problem is seen to transition from a person’s life from different cadres of his or her engagement specifically from home, school and at work....   [tags: stress, planning, perception, self-discipline]
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Salem Witch Trials and BDSM - Like practitioners of BDSM, which is an acronym for the sexual practices of bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism, the people accused of witchcraft in the Salem witchcraft trials were viewed as sinners and were looked at with reproach. I decided to write about kinksters, which are people who engage in unusual sexual behavior, because of the unwarranted criticism they face. It is comparable to being homosexual in that people with kinks may feel the need to hide this part of themselves from their family and friends because they fear being judged....   [tags: witchcraft, sexual practices, bondage, discipline]
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Symbolic Interactionism Theory - Symbolic Interactionism Theory George Herbert Mead studied and used an interactionist approach for many years. He was a philosophy professor at the university of Chicago. Mead thought that the true test to any theory is whether or not it is useful in solving complex social problems (EM Griffin, p.83). So Mead decided to study the procedures of communicating, specifically with symbols, the theory was titled Symbolic Interactionism. Mead declared that our gift of language, our ability to manipulate and interpret abstract symbols, was what separated human beings from the other animals....   [tags: George Herbert Mead Psychology Essays]
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Corporal Punishment and Abuse - “It hurts and it’s painful inside – it’s like breaking your bones; it’s loud and sore, and it stings; it feels like you’ve been adopted or something and you’re not part of their family; you feel like you don’t like your parents anymore; you feel upset because they are hurting you, and you love them so much, and then all of a sudden they hit you and you feel as though they don’t care about you” (Pritchard 9). These are the feelings of those juveniles who suffer from corporal punishment. Corporal punishment has been one of the main topics of research in Psychology in last few decades....   [tags: Aggression, Physical Discipline, Parent, Child]
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The Use of Vocabulary in Dulce Et Decorum Est and The Volunteer - The Use of Vocabulary in Dulce Et Decorum Est and The Volunteer 'The Volunteer' by Herbert Asquith and 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' by Wilfred Owen are two poems, which cast very different opinions on the Great War of 1914 - 1918. In 'The Volunteer' Asquith has created an inspirational mood, one that indicates patriotism and optimism. However, 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' contrasts 'The Volunteer', with its angry and bitter mood. One of the principal aspects that help to create the mood is the use of particular vocabulary....   [tags: Herbert Asquith Wilfred Owen Poetry Essays] 1305 words
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Exploring Academic Writing in my Discipline - Section 1: Course writing The main writing categories in my research field are presentation, research paper, paper’s review, application letter for a grant and a book. These categorized literatures include many subcategories: the writing style is changed based on the audience. When a researcher presents his/her results to the general audience, he/her will change his writing style according to its knowledge and familiarity to the topic. Also, we can find similar practice in other types of writings, except for research paper....   [tags: Writing] 1059 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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What´s Personal Responsibility - ... It is still important to not allow anything, that is not beneficial to you becoming a success, get in your way. Many people work better under pressure, for example, there are times at work, where I've had to meet a deadline unexpectedly sooner than I anticipated. Because I did not want to let my boss down, I would get into this zone, where I would not see or hear anyone, and prepare to execute my excitement because under pressure and much stress, I completed my task. The negative stress in your life could be hard to eliminate if you do not find a positive replacement....   [tags: time management, self-discipline, sucess] 1030 words
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Corporal Punishment (Spanking) - A Parent's Choice - Corporal Punishment (Spanking) - A Parent's Choice The term corporal punishment means the intentional infliction of pain on the body for purposes of punishment. "Spanking can be defined as the use of physical force aimed at causing children to experience pain but not injury, for the purposes of correction and control of youthful behavior"(https://www.123helpme.com/preview.asp?id=32539). Spanking is a controversial topic and should not be taken lightly. As a child I was spanked when I did something wrong....   [tags: Argumentative Discipline Parenting Essays]
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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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Warriors of the French Foreign Legion - The video documentary titled Warriors of the French Foreign Legion, opened with the 1991 Gulf War. The American forces lead and assault on Iraq; 100 hour later the Iraqis were defeated and Kuwait was liberated. The Persian Gulf war consisted of 30 nations; out of the 30 nations the French Foreign Legion stood apart due to secrecy and was littered with mystic. The mission of the Foreign Legion during the Gulf War was to guard the collations left flank. The collation forces were commanded by General Norman Schwarzkopf....   [tags: Gulf War, documentary, discipline, code of honor]
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Spanking Children - Who doesn't recall meeting a child who needed a good hard spanking. While children can be charming and delightful it is usually the two legged terror that get's noticed the most. Who hasn't heard or at least participated in some gossip or side conersation if yu will, regarding what should be done. Parents who have unruly children on a regular basis or even rarely are under the gun to address it. How they adress it is up for debate in todays more child friendly environment Some feel it is the only thing that works but most are simply familiar with it and are not aware of the implications as most parent's are unlikely to download Dr....   [tags: Parenting, Children, Discipline]
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Teacher and Student Relationships - The teacher student relationship is very important for children. Children spend approximately 5 to 7 hours a day with a teacher for almost 10 months. We ask ourselves what is considered a good teacher. All of us have gone through schooling, and if fortunate had a favorite teacher. A positive relationship between the student and the teacher is difficult to establish, but can be found for both individuals at either end. The qualities for a positive relationship can vary to set a learning experience approachable and inviting the students to learn....   [tags: Education Discipline Essays]
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