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Ways for Teachesrs to Foster Autonomy in Students

- We must acknowledge that different methods of teaching can result in different levels of empowerment in terms of students’ behaviors and outcomes. Recently, learner autonomy has been a major area of interest in foreign language learning. It must be recognized that autonomy is multidimensional and takes different forms in different learning contexts; however, generally speaking, research has shown that autonomous learning allows learners to make the best use of learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom....   [tags: educational system, learning ways, teaching]

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John Berger's Ways of Knowing

- In his first essay of Ways of Seeing, John Berger claims that all power, authority, and meaning that was once held by an original work of art has been lost through the mass reproduction of these works that has occurred in recent years. He writes of an entirely bogus religiosity (116-117) that surrounds these art objects and that the meaning of the original work no longer lies in what it uniquely says but in what it uniquely is (117). He claims that because of reproduction, the art of the past no longer exists as it once did (127)....   [tags: Ways of Knowing Essays]

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True Lies in Brice’s Ways with Words

- True Lies in Brice’s Ways with Words    In Ways with Words by Shirley Brice Heath we read about the author’s ethnographic study in the South during desegregation. The purpose of Heath’s study is to examine the ways people from different communities in the textile region raise their children. The way the children are raised according to Heath, affects the language development and the way these children learn to read and write in the school setting. In my paper I want to examine the way the church relates to the cultural differences in Roadville and Trackton....   [tags: Ways with Words Essays]

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Five Ways to Kill a Man

- Five Ways to Kill a Man This poem is divided into 5 different stanzas, all of which involve different ways to die. The poem is written rather coldly and treats death as an every day issue, whilst the rest of us try not to think of such things. It is very dispassionate about life. The final stanza is also a political comment, as if to challenge our thought processes toward our every day life. The first paragraph start with a line that hooks into your brain, “There are many cumbersome ways to kill a man.” This is not a sentence you hear every day to say the least and because of that my subconscious automatically tries to picture someone saying those words....   [tags: Five Ways to Kill a Man Poems Poetry Essays]

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Safe Disposal of Waste: Global Trends to Combat Dumping

- Global trends to combat dumping To date, very important is the question of safe disposal of waste. Back in 1992 at the International Forum in Rio de Janeiro , this problem has been called one of the main problems of mankind. Increased interest in this issue is caused by an increase in the annual volume of waste produced in the world ( so far ), and the tangible results of their disposal in landfills or burning in the open. As a result of anaerobic (without air) decomposition of organic matter (about 25 % of waste in landfills ), and various kinds of plastic, an allocation of toxic substances - garbage gas consisting of methane (50% is considered to be the main cause of the greenhouse effect...   [tags: burning, processing in different ways]

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Zombies and the End of the World

- Zombies When it comes to the end of the world, most people think about God coming or the sun exploding. There is one other thing on the list that has the film industry thriving with money. Zombies are on the top list of how the world might end. Zombies are a body reanimated after the person dies. It also needs a virus to help reanimate the body. Zombies are one of the most talked about way that the world might end. One of the most famous stories about zombies is the during WWII, the nazis had a secret lab that they would do experiments on the bodies of some the Jews that they killed....   [tags: ways to kill a zombie]

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Knowledge And The Ways Of Knowing

- ... Every word of the poem was chosen for its particular meaning, its particular sound. Evidently, Maya Angelou’s choices showed deliberation and aesthetic choice, to allow emotion to be evoked within her audience. Finally, communication does occur during the reading of this poem. Through language, structure and other poetic methods, Maya Angelou was able to portray her purpose. Poetry and writing can be very powerful emotionally, and with this poem, Angelou allows these emotions to arise within her readers....   [tags: Ethics, Morality, Philosophy, Immanuel Kant]

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The Human Body : A Miracle Of Ways

- ... This was just to show that temperature affects the rate of diffusion, in this case, the warmer the faster it diffused. On the other hand, the diffusion in air came to show the correlation between the size of the particle and how fast it traveled. In this case, the Lysol’s particles were really small, making it take time to reach those students at the end of the class. Diffusion is anything from smells reaching the nose to oxygen reaching the blood. When breathing in, the air goes from the nose, to the trachea, lungs and into the alveolar sacs where it is absorbed or diffused into the blood....   [tags: Osmosis, Concentration, Diffusion, Water]

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Ways of Dying by Zakes Mda

- ... One feels that Zakes Mda was trying to convey to the reader the seriousness of the conditions in which the character lived under. Mda wanted to bring to light the unnecessary death of children. He wanted to show the reader that mothers and fathers gave birth to children who were only destined to die. “Death lives with us everyday. Indeed our ways of dying are our ways of livening. Or should I say our ways of living are our ways of dying.” (Kayla Van der Merwe) Ways of dying covers only a few days, but these few days mark a considerable change in the life of the central character, Toloki, He meets up and moves in with his childhood friend from his hometown, Noria, they both come to term...   [tags: story analysis]

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The Ways to Establish a Small Business

- The Ways to Establish a Small Business Small business is defined as an independently or privately owned business, usually in the form of a sole proprietorship or a partnership and is not dominant in its field (U.S Department of Treasury, 2010). It is limited to have no more than 50 employees or 1500 employees for manufacturing industries, and a turnover less than 5.6 million pounds (HM Revenue & Customs, n.d.). Throughout the years, small businesses have grown significantly, with over 543, 000 new businesses start each month (Nazar, 2013)....   [tags: proprietorship, partnership]

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The Many Ways to Discipline a Child

- Some people believe spanking a child is child abuse, and that it causes the child to grow up aggressive and violent. This would mean that every child that is spanked during their developmental stages will grow up to be an example of bad behavior. However, there is no actual data or information that can confirm that spanking a child will cause a child to grow up to be violent or too aggressive. Children have been trained to obey rules or a set code of behavior for centuries. It is the best way to mold a child to be a respectable adult, and they can pass on the behavior to their future children....   [tags: spanking, corporal punishment]

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The Church is Holly in Three Ways

- ... Cyprian of Carthage stated "Outside the Church there is no salvation." This is because "all salvation comes from Christ the Head through the Church which is his body" (CCC). Since Christ, the founder of the Catholic Church, is the only way to salvation it is easily achieved through the Catholic Church his instrument here on Earth. "Organized religion is a faith system with a structure in place to define doctrine, standardize worship practices, and administrate the organization"(Compelling Truth)....   [tags: holly spirit, christ, god]

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Ways of Seeing by John Berger

- In the book “Ways of Seeing,” John Berger explains several essential aspects of art through influence of the Marxism and art history that relates to social history and the sense of sight. Berger examines the dominance of ideologies in the history of traditional art and reflects on the history, class, and ideology as a field of cultural discourse, cultural consumption and cultural practice. Berger argues, “Realism is a powerful link to ownership and money through the dominance of power.”(p.90)[1] The aesthetics of art and present historical methodology lack focus in comparison to the pictorial essay....   [tags: social history, marxism]

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Time for New Ways of Hiring

- ... Hiring people who are attracting or represent the image of the company will make more money. These company enhancers will attract more people into a store therefore making the store more money, which is a company’s main goal. Hiring based on looks is working but as a trend comes a trend goes. Companies might be making money but eventually these companies are going to have to find a new to keep their customers. Just like everything else, something always working in the beginning but eventually will get to old and grow out of fashion....   [tags: attractiveness, knowledgeable, discriminate]

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The Ways Of Love Is Expressed

- ... Love is an essential building block for any long term committed relationship. Psychologists have concluded that the need to feel loved is a primary human emotional need (Chapman, 19). Expressing love and understanding are required to build this relationship. First, the five languages must be comprehended. The first love language is Words of Affirmation (Chapman, 2014). Verbal compliments, or words of appreciation, are powerful communicators of love (Chapman, 37). When we verbally affirm a person, it is sending them a powerful message of love....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Love, Romance]

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The Many Ways Of Collecting Data

- ... A stern old white male of a higher class would be more accepted than an animated young Hispanic woman of any class. That is just how the world works. Visual anthropology is something that is somewhat new, as new as a camera anyways. Visual anthropology is generally used with another form of data collection, but is significant on its own. Hints any documentary you have ever watched on China, Tibet, or Africa (those only being some of many.) Images can capture moments in time that cannot be described perfectly....   [tags: Anthropology, Cultural anthropology, Culture]

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Ways to Do Conditioning for Basketball

- Basketball is a widely populated sport in today’s society since it was created in the late 1800s by Dr. James Naismith. Many fans enjoy playing basketball but most of them don’t thoroughly understand the process to get in shape to play. Basketball conditioning requires a lot of dedication and is very time consuming. It is a highly competitive and contact sport so being faster and stronger than the other guy can give you more advantages. Many ways to condition are by running, weight training in the gym, maintaining a healthy diet and working on your basketball skills....   [tags: basketball, sports, Dr. James Naismith, ]

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Ways To Establish a Small Business

- Developing a new thing may not easy. There are many cases to think about. Especially when someone wants to establish his or her own business. “SBA defines a small business concern as one that is independently owned and operated, is organized for profit, and is not dominant in its field.” – (n.d.) Not all people know how to start a new business. He or she might start to think independent and organized the business by themselves. Branson said on his quote that “A business has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise your creative instincts.”- Richard Branson (n.d.) Base on that quote, the owner’s need to consider what kind of business they want to build....   [tags: creative instincts, measure]

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Ways of Seeing by John Berger

- The second visual essay in John Berger's “Ways of Seeing” is a showcase of images that depict the wealth and values of the upper class, and the productions of oil painting in the 16th,17th, and 18th century. The images in the second visual essay suggest that the subject matter of the paintings is dictated by the patron, and the values of the dominating upper class . I will investigate the following images more specifically in relation to this argument: “Still Life (The Butchers Counter) by Francisco Goya (18th Century)” , “Love Seducing Innocence, Pleasure Leading Her On, and Remorse Following” by Pierre Paul Prud'han (18th Century), and “Emmanuel Filbert of Savoy by Anthony Van Dyck (17th...   [tags: upper class, oil paintings, ]

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Ways to Alter an Individual's Behavior

- This essay will highlight, through the use of evidence that has been recorded from studies conducted, ways that an individual’s behaviour can be altered and any ethical issues that may be encountered. There have been many studies that have been conducted over the years by social psychologists wanting to better understand a person’s behaviour, with an aim at observing the contributing factors; which may change or have an influence on how people conduct themselves. Social psychologists therefore look at the conditions by which behaviour and feelings occur....   [tags: influence, obedience, conformity]

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Ways To Be An Effective Leader

- Leadership is influencing and inspiring people and making them followers with combination of power, vision, charisma, trustworthiness, communication skills and intelligence. Leaders in the history have gathered their followers with these abilities. People believe that leaders will guide them in a way which offers them a better life. In order to make people believe him, a leader must have a purpose and must have the ability to inspire them. Also it must be stated that management is not leadership because leadership is an inborn talent while management can be learned later....   [tags: inspire, communication, trustworthiness]

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Ways to Establish a Small Business

- In this modern era, being smart academically, having a bachelor or master title cannot guarantee a person from having a good job with a good salary. Some people don't satisfy with their current work because they think that the salary is small and they should deserve more, no wonder there are many people work in places that are very contrast with their study in the past. Nowadays there are many independent businesses running both online and offline such as online shops, restaurant, saloon, etc. Some may think that it is just a part-time job to have an extra salary, but the truth is, we can get a large amount of incomes if we have a good management skill....   [tags: independent business, online, offline]

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Oklahoma Tornadoes and Their Destructive Ways

- Oklahoma Tornadoes and Their Destructive Ways What makes tornadoes and their destruction interesting to people. Is it the variety in formations, the miles one can travel, the random paths it takes, the changes tornadoes can make on climate and the formation of the land or is it because tornadoes often leave behind a path of destruction and deaths. In this paper, I will discuss what tornadoes are and how they form, what different forms of tornadoes there are, what tornado watches and warning are and give examples of tornadoes in Oklahoma and what destruction they caused, also while providing information about the Doppler radar....   [tags: Natural Disasters, Climate, Tornadoes]

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The Ways Oppressions Are Carried Out

- It has been a repetitive and shameful practice of the United States, and other countries, to shy away from or oppress those who are different. This form of inequality is shared with immigrants, African Americans, the physically ill, and the mentally ill. In particular, the discrimination against the mentally ill becomes an interesting and unique history that has evolved due to Western medicine, and now effects the whole world. In many instances, it has become apparent that the symptoms and stigma surrounding the mentally ill stems from Western ideals as well....   [tags: nequality, mentally ill]

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Two Ways to Belong in America

- In America, it is a common misconception that all foreigners are similar; it is believed that they all have similar dreams and each of them end up chasing after the same jobs. However, this is not the case. Not only do immigrants from different countries hold different dreams, but those with a shared background even have varying hopes and dreams for the future. This is evidenced in Bharati Mukherjee’s essay, “Two Ways to Belong in America.” She utilizes several rhetorical strategies in order to show that immigrants have the ability to be assimilated into the American culture, but that they should not be deported if they choose not to conform to said culture....   [tags: foreigners, dreams, immigrants, culture]

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Importance of Water Conservation

- Water conservation is a serious issue around the country. Especially places like California, where it seems like they are in a drought every year. Everyone and everything needs water to survive. People are careless when it comes to conserving water, but little do they know that conserving water can make the world a better place. The world does not make itself clean, it is our job to do so. There are a number of different ways to save water that are quick and simple, and we should all apply them to our daily lives and homes....   [tags: Ways to Save Water]

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Discovering New Ways of Thinking

- “What evidence is there to prove that new ways of thinking about what is already known leads to new facts?” “What are the justifications that discovering new ways of thinking about known facts is more important?” The two concepts, of discovering new ways of thinking about what is already known and discovering new facts, are correlated as knowledge is derived from both, one leading to another. I agree with claim because in most situations, discoveries by one person tend to be built upon the discoveries of another person and so forth....   [tags: Natural Science, Mathematics]

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Effective Aspects Of Winning Ways

- As Winning Ways developed and reached its current potential, the company has relied heavily on excitement about the business and its mission, the products, the innovativeness, and the ability to change and be flexible. The key to the success of the company is they have been able to achieve a connectedness across multiple dimensions. Specifically, they have coordinated across different levels of work, such as production and management, in practical as well as personal ways. This case analysis will discuss the effective aspects of Winning Ways as well as the challenges and constraints that this successful company faced....   [tags: Leadership, Management]

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Effective Ways to Battle Cyberbullying

- Cyberbullying is a use of technology that is used to target or harass another person. Cyberbullying is a growing issue in the United States. Because of this, more teen suicides can directly be linked to this issue. There are effective ways to battle this problem. Because of technology, the increase in the use of computers and the increase of sharing personal information online have caused the cyberbullying issue to grow (“Cyberbullying”). If the situation is handled, the experience that the victims went through has resulted in scars and terrible memories....   [tags: technology, victim, popular]

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Ways to Improve School System

- Many students suffer from the school system. Many students face problems in schools because lack of the system. There are so many problems in school that should never be there, education now involving more problems than anything else. In recent years so many people have lost their lives in the class-room. There are ways to improve school system by police presence, to end overcrowded condition, and to hire more qualified teachers. First of all, police presence is very important in schools, because of so many reasons....   [tags: public schools, education, ]

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Ways to Help Endangered Species

- There are many endangered species out in the world and there’s many ways there being affected. But there’s many ways we can help these animals and plants. There’s no reason we cannot fix what we started. If we don’t we will lose our beautiful environment. There is nothing normal about today’s rate of extinction. Booming human population growth over the last two century’s has put and continues to put many life forms in danger. The problem is no one knows how extinction of organisms will affect the other members of its ecosystem but the removal of a single species can set off a chain reaction affecting others....   [tags: Extinction Rate, Environment, Wildlife]

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Ways to Prevent Computer Failure

- Nowadays, the uses of computer systems is needed and important in an organization or company that runs and conduct the business in any fields including on customer service, marketing and sales activities, customer relationship management and producing financial statement and etc. As we can see, the uses of computer systems are increasingly prevalent and widely use in organization all around the world to protect and organize the organization properly, safe on keeping the data of their system and run smoothly their organization....   [tags: risk breakdown structure]

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The Ways of Meeting Oppression

- THE WAYS OF MEETING OPPRESSION IS AN ESSAY WRITTEN BY MARTIN LUTHER KING JR., ADDRESSING SEGREGATION THAT IS SPECIFICALLY DIRECTED TOWARD THE AFRICAN AMERICAN AUDIENCE. King’s primary audience is the African Americans, but also he has secondary audiences that he addresses, which are a combination of Christians or those who know of, or believe in the Christian views, as well as people in the legal system. He gives examples through his text that will demonstrate how he addresses mostly the African Americans, but also the various other audiences he is trying to reach to through his memorable speech....   [tags: Article Review, Martin Luther King, Jr.]

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Thai Ways, by Denis Segaller

- Thai Ways Kacey Abbott University of Utah PRT 3610 11/22/2013 The book that I chose to review is Thai Ways. The book is written by Denis Segaller and he is the main character to the book. The book is written from his point of view and it is all about his experiences while living in Thailand. Denis Segaller was born in London, England in 1915. He studied at London University and earned his B.S. degree in physics. He later found his calling in making documentary films. During World War II he made films on radar for the British government....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Book Background]

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Alternative Ways to Regulate Fuel

- Most of us as Americans, own some type of fuel powered devices like vehicles. Fuel to power vehicles is mainly dug out from the ground. Fuel not only powers vehicles but many other tools and machinery. We are all well aware that digging up oils and fossils to make these fuels isn't very healthy for our earth and environment. When these fuels are burnt up in our cars and other machines alike it creates pollution. With an estimated 1 billion running cars in the world knowing each is causing a certain amount of pollution no matter how little or big this is very scary....   [tags: biofuel, oil, fossils, pollution]

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Ways to Commit Identity Theft

- There are many types of identity theft, and various reasons for a criminal to commit this crime, however what is most impressive is the way they attain a victim’s information. The simplest way to put is that a criminal obtains and exploits a victim’s information from their credentials; however, the ways the criminals obtain this information is impressive. According to the Identity Theft Journal, a person’s identity can be taken many ways. Criminals can obtain a person’s information by going through their trash, or maybe from retrieving data from a person’s computer, phone, or hard drives that have not been properly disposed....   [tags: soscial security cards, SHRED, ATM]

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Ways of Motivation for Employees

- Organizations are constantly searching for the best way to motivate employees. When employees are motivated, the organization is more successful. Throughout the years, there have been different approaches to what really motivates employees. There are theories such as Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which are still in used to assist managers to find effective motivational techniques. Motivational factors have changed throughout the years from concentrating mainly on extrinsic factors to transcending into intrinsic factors....   [tags: Techniques, Organization Success]

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Ways Of Imparting Math Skills

- ... Transmissionism in this case referred to the teacher-student transmission of knowledge. Therefore, low transmission meant that students conducted more interactive activities that were led by the students themselves. From the results of the study, most correspondents acknowledged that teachers asked the questions in the math classrooms. Another top ten answers amongst the correspondents were that the students often listened to the teacher talking about a certain math topic. Some of the least mentioned answers were that students did projects on their own that included other subjects, and that the students learned the skills that related to life out of school....   [tags: Problem solving, Learning, Education, Teacher]

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Ways to Help Endangered Species

- Have you ever thought about a certain species becoming endangered. Have you ever thought about helping out with this particular problem. Scientists are actually trying to make new laws to explain what is legal and illegal to hunt. Others can help out, too, by cleaning up any nearby scraps and litter that is harmful to many organisms. We need to use our resources very carefully and wisely. The fact that there are many species becoming endangered, we need to fight to keep another species alive....   [tags: extinction, poaching, animals]

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The Many Ways to Love

- Love is the most powerful of all magic. It brings hope, beauty, unity, and joy into ones life. Also, it brings pain and heartache if not nurtured, or if neglected. There are different types of love for example the love for your parents and children, which is unconditional, but sometimes complicated. Then there is the kind for lovers and friends, which are built on getting to know a person and accepting people for who they are. Regardless of the kind of love, it is still powerful and emotionally linked....   [tags: love, relationships, ]

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Ways of Grieving in Shakespeare

- When I broke up with my first real boyfriend I was devastated. We had been together for eight months and he was the first person I trusted with my heart. After we broke up, I was immediately shocked and sad; I cried for days. When I was done crying and feeling sorry for myself, I tried to get back at him by playing mind games and acting as though I was completely over him. Next, I was furious at him. I had no clue why he broke up with me and I was angry as hell. Eventually, I learned that I needed to deal with the grief of losing a loved on in a more mature manner....   [tags: Grief , Shakespeare, Tesik, psychology,]

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The Italian Ways of Life

- Weddings in Italy are very different from the way American do theirs. Italian’s have lots of traditions that make sense, but don’t necessarily mean the things will happen. For example, the bride and groom will walk to their wedding ceremony together. On their way there the bride and groom will be set up with certain obstacles. One obstacle could be a broom in the road, and if the bride stops to pick it up that means she’ll keep the house clean and organized. If there’s a baby that needs help and she stops to help the baby, then that means she’ll be a good mother....   [tags: Culture ]

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Ways To Lead Healthy Lifestyle

- One way to lead a healthy lifestyle is by doing exercise regularly. When do an exercise, our body will be fresh. The example of exercise that we can do is by jogging. To get a healthy lifestyle, we need to jog at lease thirty to sixty minutes every three times a week (Miksak, 2008). Jogging can increase our metabolism and burns some calories, so that loss weight can be attainable. Beside that, by trying to jog each day, speed walking the next, or hitting up at the local gym and see what fun classes are offered, perhaps a comforting yoga class or an intense cycle class can also increase our metabolism and burns some calories (Miksak, 2008)....   [tags: Health, Exercise]

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Four Ways to Measure Creativity

- Four Ways to Measure Creativity There are multiple assessment tools today that have been created solely for the purpose of assessing creativity. Some assessments are in the form of questionnaires across a broad range of domains, while others are specific to everyday activities. Other assessments require self-reporting while other assessments require students to perform specific tasks to be assessed with a scoring criterion. I have chosen tests that measure thinking, achievement, behavior and beliefs....   [tags: assessment tools]

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Ways of Dealing with Depression

- Ways of Dealing with Depression Depression drains your inner spirit, drive, and hope, making it difficult to have a normal life and do what is needed to make you feel better. But while trying to beat depression isn’t easy or quick, it can be over came. You can’t beat it through just willpower or elbow grease, but you do have some control even if your depression is severe and always persistent. The key is to start from the bottom and build your way up from there. Feeling better takes lots of time, but you can get there if you make positive choices for yourself every day....   [tags: simple goals, resources, positive view]

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Ways to Reduce Stress

- As the world becomes more and more developed, stress gradually becomes an unavoidable feature of modern society. “Stress is a dynamic condition is which an individual is confronted with an opportunity, demand, or resource related to what the individual desires and for which the outcome is perceived to be both uncertain and important”. Stress occurs in a lot of events in our everyday life such as everyday events (suddenly sees a red light), exciting events (having a baby), scary events (watching a horror movie) and many more....   [tags: Health ]

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Ways To Fix Anxiety

- AAAAAHHH I think going to die of a heart attack. Anxiety is the biggest problem in my life. Even though I spend a lot of time worried and stressed for no reason at all. It makes me seem as if I am going crazy because others notice that I have a problem, and it feels as if I am having a heart attack. I spend entirely too much time being worried and stressed for nothing; I seem to just have to find things to worry about. For instance I just got a new boss, for two weeks the rumor mill at work has churned out rumors and statements that had created a large amount of anxiety....   [tags: Personal Health]

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Ways Birds Are Harmed

- ... Although, the total of carbon dioxide put into the air by burning fuels is much more than plants can change. The destruction of forests make the problem much worse. Few pollutants in the air damage plants and animals. (Gardiner). The ways that climate can effect can be viewed in the effect of Earth’s life forms.Plant growth in an area can be affected due to the amount of sunlight or rain it receives. This also affects what kind of animal can adapt to that area. The climate is in the process of changing due to both naturally and due to humans....   [tags: pollution, acid rain, oil spills]

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Ways Governors Exercise Control

- Ways Governors Exercise Control A governor’s formal powers include the tenure of the office, power of appointment, power to veto legislation, responsibility for preparing the budget, authority to reorganize the executive branch, and the right to retain professional staff in the governor’s office. These institutional powers give governors the potential to carry out the duties of office as they see fit. However, the formal powers vary considerably from state to state (Bowman, Kearney, 2011). The governor of Texas is in general the most known state official and usually at the center of state government and politics....   [tags: formal political power]

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Ways to Prevent Cyberbullying

- Technology means that bullying is no longer limited to schoolyards or street corners. As technology use begins to increase, so does cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology may include devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites. Chris Rowan states the obvious, commenting “a mere 20 years ago, children used to play outside all day, riding bikes, playing sports and building forts” (The Impact of Technology 1)....   [tags: technology, social media, bullying]

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Traditional Ways Or Not

- Traditional Ways Or Not From generation to generation plays have become a major part of our existence. For some families customs and traditions can either make or break a family. Some family traditions mean a lot. However breaking a family custom can start major uproars or even serious altercations between family members. For some families fights and altercations cam also bring them closer as a family. In the play " A Doll House " written by Henrik Isben, conflicts and customs play important roles for the survival of the Helmer family....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Taking a Look at The Roaring Twenties

- The Roaring twenties was a period in time where America embraced new ways of thinking and behaving. It was an age of social and political change. More Americans lived in cities than farms. Women broke free of the traditions of the Victorian era in favor for short dresses, short hairstyles and carefree ways. People listened to the same music, did the same dance and used the same slang. The Roaring Twenties was also where jazz became popular. During the 1920s, some freedoms were expanded while others were reduced....   [tags: embracing of new ways of thinking & behaving]

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The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

- Religious upbringings, deaths, breakups, and love affairs: these are all influences that can be found in every part of a person’s life. An intense impingement on their work and how they live their life starts with simple aspects such as: someone’s childhood, family, friendships, and relationships. These aspects can ingrain themselves into pieces of art whether they are paintings, music, or works of literature. Nathaniel Hawthorne was one of the many writers who had shown this idea of life’s effects even more than others....   [tags: puritan ways, love affairs, family]

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Nazi Dehumanizing Ways

- Nazi Dehumanizing Ways Everyone is different and that is what makes the world a wonderful place, at least one would think. But 1944 and 1945 German folks called Nazis discriminated against anyone that was different from them. Nazi soldiers made people feel less o f a person, all because they believed in different faiths. In the story The Night written by Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor he tells of the dehumanizing ways of the Nazi soldiers and how they made Jews feel less of a person day by day....   [tags: Jewish genocide, Holocaust, WWII]

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Limitations to Our Common Ways of Knowledge

- ... Essentially, we become biased towards that ‘tool’, seeing all problems as fixable by it. I will take, for example, an over reliance on emotion. To see such examples, we need only to look back in history to times of crisis, revolution, and rebellion, when tensions and emotions were flaring, and few decisions were made using reason. A prime example is the French Revolution, when conflict between the Girondin and Jacobin parties resulted in the mass execution of tens of thousands of ‘enemies of the state’, namely aristocrats ....   [tags: emotion, perception, tools]

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Examples of Animal Abuse and Ways to Prevent it

- Animal abuse is a travesty in our world that must be stopped. Every year, millions of animals suffer because of human actions, directly or indirectly. Whether it’s abused dogs and cats or even mistreated circus animals, their suffering is as real as it would be if it happened to us. Even animals who are raised on farms simply for human consumption should not have to suffer. One of the worst parts of humanity’s role in animal abuse is that there are easy ways for people to help that they are either ignorant of or simply refuse to do....   [tags: circus animals, poor conditions, labs]

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New Ways of Thinking in Science and Art

- Samuel Johnson stated “Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it” (Richard Van De Lagemaat pg.28). Many philosophers constructed their ideologies by exploring the world around them and for their sense of curiosity. However, as the years passed, many of the theories proven changed due to new information discovered. The reason for these new discoveries to occur was because of “curiosity”. Curiosity opened the doors for inquiry and great ideas or even inventions....   [tags: Philosophy ]

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Symptoms and Ways to Handle Stress at Work

- The environment in the work place today is constantly changing: consequently, affecting not only the functions of the operations but its employees as well. The reasoning behind this is companies have to deal with social, economical, cultural, and environmental challenges more and more: consequently, has increased stress in the work place (Ciutiene, R., Savaneviciene, A., & Rutelione, A. (2013). In this research we will be taking a look at: stress at work and the cost; how to recognize if you are a victim of stress; and what you and your organization can do to aid in minimizing the impact of stress....   [tags: Work Place, Environment, Stress]

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Ways Of Living In Contemporary Australian Society

- There are many different ways of living in our Multicultural Australian Society, but is there a right one. You could be either rich or poor, Catholic or Christian, skinny or fat, popular or unpopular, all of which are different ways of living. The poems which Komninos composes, the article written by Laura Demasi and the television show Big Brother, all explore the aspects of living in an Australian society and the affects they have on people. You may not realise that the media has a major impact on people's perspective of themselves and others around them and also reflects and dictates cultural trends and ways of living....   [tags: Culture Society Australia]

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Consequences of Inequality and the Ways in Which are Reproduced

- Inequality focuses upon the way that resources are distributed across the whole society. In this distribution there are significant differences for children who come from varying social backgrounds. The study of such differences or inequalities has become one of the main concerns of sociological research in education. Sociologists have also paid attention to the consequences of inequality, and the ways in which inequalities are reproduced and transmitted from generation to generation. The most basic question about inequality concerns the uneven distribution of rewards....   [tags: inequality, sociology, weber]

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The Sociology Analysis of Food and Food Ways

- Sociology is the study of society and people. Food and food ways are often elements associated with particular societies and therefore, studying such a topic can offer valuable insight into the ways of that society and the people who live in it. Although eating is a vital part of survival, with whom, how and where we eat are not. Studying such ways can illustrate and represent the identity of a person or group. The nature of people and their beliefs can be indicated when analysing their food habits....   [tags: Sociology, Commensality]

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Ways to Improve the Quality of Sports in China

- Nowadays, important sectors in our country like industrial, plantation and automotive sectors are able to enjoy rapid improvement and success domestically or internationally. All these sectors have shown a lot of positive outcomes except for our sport sector. Recent statistics prove that our sport sector is facing problems and is declining in many aspects and areas that contribute to the poor productivity and progress. For example, our national athletes’ disappointment at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games which our country was unable to win any medals in sports competed also indicates that fresh new ideas and alternatives are needed to save as well as to improve the quality of sports in our coun...   [tags: Essays on Sports]

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Neoliberalism And The Middle Ways Of Keynes And Sweden

- ... Just looking at these numbers, makes it obvious on way companies take their business elsewhere. However, it also makes one thing about what really happens then to the women. Even with all the numbers and facts that the article gives it also does explain all the daily work that women have to go through, but also the fact that the women feel so vulnerable and exposable. In this article, as well as the other one and in the documentary, the women have stated how they feel about everything however, because they need to feed their families....   [tags: Americas, United States, Spanish language]

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HIPAA: Helping Millions in Millions of Ways

- Since the dawn of time, the biggest concern of all organisms was simple: survival. It has gotten easier since then, with millions of hospitals across the world for people to use. However, people have not always been able to use those safely. Whether it was a monetary or privacy concern, people worried until the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Commonly shortened to HIPAA, it has helped millions in numerous ways (Harmen 1). HIPAA helps members of the workforce and their families by keeping their health information safe and by helping them to easily get and keep affordable coverage....   [tags: survival, hospitals, privacy concern]

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The Ways of Shel Silverstein of Being a Poet

- Shel Silverstein was a poet known for his innovative poems that made an advancement in poems. (2) Silverstein was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 25, 1930 and he died in Key West, Florida on May 10 1999. (2) Silverstein served in the U.S. Army in 1950 and got deployed to Korea and Japan then he became a very popular poet. (1)Silverstein made children learn a lot about logic where they are now able to use as an adult. Silverstein was a didactic kind of man. He was this way because he had an unique style to his writing....   [tags: poems, shel silverstein, poet]

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The Great Ways For A Student At High School

- ... In Europe, students, particularly high school seniors, have a tradition where they take a gap year. Taking a Gap year is a British custom and a rite of passage for some high school graduates, who take a small or a large break or a gap in between high school and college (American 1). At the end of the school year some seniors already have a carefully planned college or university they want to attend, but maybe another senior had decided to take a break from school. It’s a growing tradition developed in Europe that has spread through other countries, but more recently in the United States....   [tags: High school, College, Twelfth grade, Gap year]

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Multiple Ways of Atacking or Hacking a Website

- There are multiple ways of attacking, or hacking a website, and Anonymous uses multiple forms of it to keep the Feds off of their trail. Anonymous uses these copious amounts of attacks to penetrate a systems hard drive, and they either steal information or crash the memory of the computers. Sometimes, the hackers will use password-cracking software that are run from all the computers of Anonymous members and wreak havoc on the computer’s system they want to hack. Then, an easy password will come back to them and they have the tools to crack into a company’s website they want....   [tags: Anonymous, internet safety]

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Advertising and Ways to Expose New Products

- ... Namely , many companies care about how their product being exhibited more than focusing on the quality of their product . Companies understand now which group of age to influence them , since each age has different interests .For example, teenagers have a different interest comparing to kids , and so on.. .Besides, each person has a different point of view about advertising depending on his or her experiments . However , we can understand and know more about what advertisement hide by tracking the way advertisement developed ....   [tags: T.V., radio, websites]

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Network : Rich With Multiple Ways Of Communicating

- In today’s society, we are media – rich with multiple ways of communicating. Often times we communicate with people in different areas of the country, but more so people in different areas of the world. Within organizations, communication is central to complete the task. That organization could be at work, a club, a sports team, church or even at home. In a fast paced organization, effective communication is key to completing the objective. In order to communicate effectively, you must know the person or system you are communicating with....   [tags: Communication, Nonverbal communication, Writing]

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Ways to Help Remedy the Plagiarism Problem

- Plagiarism is a word that should be well known to anyone who has attended school. To plagiarize, as defined by the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, is “to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own; use (another's production) without crediting the source; to commit literary theft; present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source.” While it would seem obvious that this would be a bad thing to do and, therefore, easy to avoid, many students and writers of all backgrounds find the subject confusing....   [tags: Education, writing, citation]

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The Different Ways to Manage Hazardous Waste

- There are at least 1000 different chemical created each year, out of all existing chemicals, 60,000 alone were created in the United States and this dependency on chemicals by the industrial society creates many problems. According to U.S. Environment Protection Agency [U.S. EPA], 35,000 types of all existing chemicals are considered hazardous to human health and the environment (as cited in Shah, 2000). Hazardous wastes are materials that consist of chemical constituents which can easily harm the environment, exposing human and other living things to diseases or even death if it is incorrectly used or managed (U.S....   [tags: Waste Management ]

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Ways Of Deal With Kids Who Misbehave

- ... Don 't make rules just to make them. Be sure that they fit in with your beliefs, and that they make sense. 4. Gently remove the child from the situation. No matter where you are, stop what you 're doing and take the child to a quiet place. Explain that you 're doing this to give him time to remember how to behave. Once the child is calm and more in control, discuss the reasons why this was necessary, and then have the child reiterate why he had to be removed. 5. Explain your rules. Children sometimes misbehave simply because they don 't understand the rules and what 's expected of them....   [tags: Psychology, Child, Debut albums, The Child]

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Effective Ways to Manage a Productive Team

- Building teams might seem like a very difficult task even for a well-seasoned manager. However, building teams in a competitive, stressful or high-pressure field can seem almost insurmountable. We see this most often in competitive field such as sales, production or where an organization might have more than one business unit competing for recognition such as hospitality. When organizations run into issues with the lack of or insufficient teamwork it can hurt the organizations image, profits or will inhibit the company growth by lack of sharing best practices, missed opportunities, higher cost or loss of labor....   [tags: teamwork,team's dynamic]

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Cruel and Inhuman ways of Animal Testing

- Animal testing is a cruel and inhumane action that humans cause by holding different kinds of animals captive in small cells and testing dangerous and toxic chemicals on them. “More than 100 million animals are poisoned, burned, crippled,and abused in other ways in the U.S labs each year” (PETA Top Five Shocking) because they are being tested. Dangerous and toxic chemicals are tested on the animals to make sure it won’t harm humans. Some animals don’t last very long because the chemicals kill them very quickly and painfully....   [tags: cleaning products, animals, cosmetic act]

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Sherry Turkle Is Wrong in Some Ways

- ... I do admit that nowadays people are dependent on high technology too much. It is human beings’ advancement and achievement. Everybody wants high quality life. We are improving the quality of our life by technology. In an article, “How technology has affected our everyday lives,” Admin says that, “The development and improvement of technology has greatly improved our lives. It has led to a far better, easier and very comfortable life for the people. For example, because of Internet technology, it has become easier to book railway tickets, bus tickets and even flights at the comforts of your home without having to move....   [tags: Alone Together, book analysis]

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Better Ways to Manage Projects in Business

- Nowadays due to competition, economic pressure and mostly rapid technology changes, better ways to manage projects are being researched. Many projects are still managed ineffectively but a new trend called strategic project management is on the rise within the discipline of project management. The general idea about strategic project management is that project management teams must learn how to satisfy the business aspect of their project and support their company’s business strategy and sustainability while considering the time, budget and operational goals....   [tags: strategic, sustainability, research]

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Moving Forward in Look Both Ways

- The Australian film Look Both Ways by Sarah Watt explores the idea of choosing to move forward in life. The film demonstrates that life is an unplanned event that can bring many unexpected turns, and when we realise just how little control we have over life’s turns it can become very difficult to move forward. Through the main characters (Nick, Meryl, Andy, Joan, and Julie) Watt shows that when people experience issues that are way beyond their control they can cope and deal with the pain in different ways....   [tags: unexpected, grief, healing]

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Effective Ways Of Teaching Values Education

- ... Fleming and Younger believe that failure to maintain a stable classroom environment will undermine the process and students will return to their past undesirable behaviours (3). They suggest that to create a positive classroom environment teachers can set high expectations for the year, be sure to encourage students in classroom involvement and build relationships with students and guardians. Bailey says that , “there is a need for guidance that is useful and accessible to those required to deliver values and citizenship education day to day (ix)....   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, Morality]

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Two Ways to Prevent School Shootings

- Preventing School Shootings From 1980’s till now, there are has been many school shootings. Many researchers have made many hypotheses as to why these occur. The most tragic shooting took place in Sandy Hook Elementary. 2. I believe that we should prevent shootings from happening in schools because schools are meant to be a safe education environment for students and faculty. There are many ways that school shootings can be prevented and the two most important ones are hiring more school security officers and having counselors help out troubled kids....   [tags: schools, environment, security, counselors]

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Divorce Affects Children in Three Ways

- ... Another place this aggression can be seen is at school. It occurs when a teacher asks about missing or incomplete assignments and the student may talk back in a very aggressive loud way. Not only does this aggression occur with teachers but it also occurs with friends. It can start as simply as one of the friends asking the other for a loan of lunch money. And the student going through the divorce will respond with profanity or rudeness. Another area where the aggression occurs is in sporting activities....   [tags: children, effect, emotionally]

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