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My First Year At Nazareth College

- During my first year at Nazareth College, I feel that I have made an incredibly seamless transition to college life and I believe that this has everything to do with my Academic and College Success Class. Through such assignments such as the Identity and Goal Setting Assignment, the Myers-Briggs test, creating SMART goals, and defining our own success definitions have really helped me to grow into who I am, not only as an individual, but as a college student as well. I feel very comfortable with who I am at this point in my life, even though I am not entirely sure still who that is yet and I am incredibly excited to grow as a college student, daughter, sister, and friend....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Definition Of Self Assessment Reflection Paper

- OB221 Self-Assessment Reflection Paper Charlie Welsh OB221 September 26, 2016 For the past seven years, I have been working across the country as a sailing coach. Whenever I’m coaching, I am always learning different things about both the people and me I am coaching. There are various aspects of coaching all of which stem from a series of traits. To coach sailing one needs to be spontaneous, aggressive, supportive, inspiring, organized but most importantly a leader....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Psychometric Questionnaire Formulated Ration Psychological Preferences

- What INTP Means to Me Justin Stevenson King University Abstract The psychometric questionnaire formulated to ration psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions is called the Myers-Brigg Type Indicator. The MBTI is an assessment that was designed by Kathrine Briggs and Isabel Myers by adapting Carl Jung’s theories. Jung postulated that there are four fundamental cerebral functions for which we perceive reality: Extraversion-Introversion (E-I), Sensing-Intuition (S-N), Thinking-Feeling (T-F), and Judging-Perceiving (J-P)....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Training At The Chief Petty Officer Academy

- I have become accustomed to some very lackluster training throughout my Coast Guard career and to be frank my expectations for the Chief Petty Officer Academy (CPOA) were not very high. As it turned out, CPOA has been the best training I’ve received in my nineteen years of service. Goals and values brought to light the fact that not everyone places the same importance on everything. The training given in public speaking has been highly useful and I feel much more confident in my abilities to address groups of people than before I arrived....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Teams And The Mbti Assessment

- Teams and the MBTI Assessment A successful team environment is dependent upon understanding the purpose of the team, knowing the characteristics of the team, making necessary adjustments through change and education, and keeping an open mind to unfamiliar ideas and concepts. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality assessment can provide individuals with an understanding of various characteristics in people. Understanding your own personal characteristics, was well as those of your team can aid in bringing balance to a team environment, which is key to success....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personality Tests And Personality Test

- There are many different personality tests out there and many to try. At the end of the test it will tell you what your personality is like. The different personality tests will be, The Big-Five Personality test, Myers-Briggs Personality test and Holland’s Personality test. The Big-Five Personality test is based on, Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism. (Goldberg, 1992) Retrieved from http://personality-testing.info/tests/BIG5.php. My highest scoring area was Neuroticism 86%, and lowest scoring area was Openness 12%....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personalty Assessment : Personality Assessment

- PA #3: Personality Assessment Take the test: http://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test. 1. Results. Write up your result (the letters and the full typology) and your interpretation of the meaning of your result (do not copy and paste what the assessment gives you). - I have a Protagonist Personality (ENFJ – -A/-T) - I love people. Since I am 81% extroverted, I gain energy from being with others and seek to make the people I love happy and one of my greatest joys is to see those I love succeed and have their dreams come true (16 Personalities, 2017)....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Families, The Stanleys And The Neumanns

- Two families, the Stanleys and the Neumanns, are chosen to be documented and videotaped over a period of 20 years. Over this time between 1991 to 2011, these two american families go through what is supposed to be the american dream. This documentary is called “Two American Families.” In the documentary, the Neumann family is shown at the beginning showing how they got here. The Neumann family is a white american family that started after the mother, Terry Neumann, and the father, Tony Neumann, were married nearly a decade earlier....   [tags: Poverty, Family, Briggs & Stratton]

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Self Assessment Tests Should Be Tested

- Self-assessment tests have been around for as long as I can remember. The first self-assessment test I took was when I joined the Navy. I remember thinking what in the world does any of this have to do with joining the military. I soon discovered that it tested more than mental aptitude. It really showed mental, physical, and social traits that one possessed when put in situations that they had no control over. The tests are designed to gauge where one will be when stuck in a situation that they cannot get out of like out to sea on a boat or submarine for six months at a time....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personal Statement On The Doctoral Journey

- As I had anticipated, anxiety and excitement built prior to our first class in May. It had been quite some time since I was enrolled in graduate coursework, and I knew my decision to embark on the doctoral journey would have a profound impact on me and my family. As a mother of two beautiful daughters, it was critical they understood the bearing this decision would have on our lives. When Madison and Brooklynn, ages seven and 11, told me they were proud of me and that I could do it, I knew the time was right....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Importance Of Having Created Types For Relationships

- I do not agree with the concept of having created types for relationships. As an extrovert, I find myself being more drawn towards shy and mysterious men that I may come across with. However, the main reason why I disagree with labeling relationships is the fact that I would not want to doubt a future relation I may establish with an outgoing human being. Nor do I have high expectations on that a certain relationship, since there is now modern research showing a correlation of the phrase “birds of a feather flock together” to humans....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Leadership As A Leader Is Challenging, Exciting, And Rewarding

- Leadership. Most people think of it as one person who has the loudest voice and leads everyone to a common goal (as seen during a Google image search for “leadership”). Northouse describes a leader as someone who “may have a high profile or a low profile, but in every situation there are leadership demands placed on the individual who is the leader. Being a leader is challenging, exciting, and rewarding, and carries with it many responsibilities (pg. 1).” The common dictionary defines a leader as “the action of leading a group of people or an organization” and a leader as “the person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country.” There are many connotations leadership gives off...   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Identifying Personality And Having A Strategic Career Planning

- Identifying personality and having a strategic career planning that is congruent with your goals could help lead individuals to the correct career path. Before finding a new job, my mother decided to deeply analyze her personality. She valued intelligence, knowledge, and competence; she liked observing the world and generating ideas. She wanted to put her findings and thoughts into a useful form for the society to follow. Living in her world of strategic planning, she found that her combinations of 4 years of related work experience, strong skills in marketing research, and passion for political marketing drove her to work in the National Institute of Political Studies as a political marketi...   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Huge Five Theory Of Personality

- Huge Five Theory of Personality Human assets experts regularly utilize the Big Five identity measurements to help place workers. That is on account of these measurements are thought to be the hidden qualities that make up a singular 's general identity. The "enormous five" are general classes of identity characteristics. While there is a critical collection of writing supporting this five-component model of identity, specialists don 't generally concur on the accurate marks for each one measurement....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Mbti Is A Self Report Questionnaire

- The MBTI is a self-report questionnaire designed to detect an individual personality type. By taking this questionnaire, someone can be able to understand their gifts, strengths, motivation and potential area of growth. This assessment was developed in 1943 by Katharine cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Myers. Their inspiration came from the ideas of a Swiss psychiatrist named Carl Jung, whose theory stated that people are innately different. His terms were people take information differently, see the world differently and make decisions differently....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Building Quality Relationships : An Effective Leader

- Building Quality Relationships All employees are in search of a boss that they can trust and learn from. There is a famous saying that many have come to believe in, “Do what you love and never work another day, of your life.” In order to maintain that balance of loving what we do, we must build superior relationships. Healthy working relationships can ignite and maintain the passion of what we love. The thesis of this section is that in building quality relationships there are three components to elaborate on, self-awareness, trust, self-disclosure and perception....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Qualities Of A Human Being

- Am I what I buy. Do my possessions reflect and even influence who I am as a person. To answer this question, I must first consider the qualities of a human being. I assert that my skills, personality, and character make up who I am. My purchases reflect these elements of my nature, but do my belongings have the power to influence me. Most would agree that motivation plays a large role in whether a person develops his or her skills. Does a person’s consumerism also play a part in his or her occupations or pastimes....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personality, Personality And Assessment Frameworks

- Personality Personality is the combination of characteristics and qualities that forms an individual 's character. It 's the way individuals interact and react with each other. Theories suggest that personalities can be the results of heredity (biological, physiological, or inherent) or environmental (culture, society, or media). Over the years, personality and assessment frameworks have been developed to shade some light on how our behavior is linked to our personalities. Because personality is a set of individual differences that are effect the behavior of an individual, Briggs Type Indicator and the Big Five Personality Model has been designed to help provide a better understanding perso...   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Twelve Personality Types Listed

- Of the sixteen personality types listed, I fall under the ENTJ which means the executive. It is very shocking as to how well this simple test with a few short questions can be very accurate. The Executive is a person who I would say leads from the front in the most effective and efficient manner possible. ("The Myers & Briggs Foundation - The 16 MBTI® Types”) We Executives are very career driven and like thing to be organized and have a purpose. Everything has a place and must be in that place for the sequence of events to take place on a task....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personality Types Of Personality Type

- The Meyers Briggs personality type indicator is a personality test used to identify a person’s personality type. My personality type is ESFJ which stands for extraversion, sensing, feeling and judging. I will discuss how my personality type affects different areas of my life, and important things I learned about myself by learning about my personality type. The ESFJ personality type is considered to be the caregiver, they are motivated by feelings, and enjoy being around people. They are good at reading other people and understanding their point of view....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personality And Personality Characteristics

- What are personality characteristics, and why is it important for a manager to be able to identify these intellectual individual styles for them to be valuable in the association of identifying personality traits. So, what is personality trait, it is what makes up a person distinguishing qualities or characteristics that are tangible, or that of a visible form of an idea, quality, or feeling. Therefore, meaning it’s what distinguishes who we are, knowing the difference between more than one persons; and what makes us act the way we do when faced with diverse circumstances....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Characters of Mrs Kay and Mr Briggs in Willy Russell's Our Day Out

- The Characters of Mrs Kay and Mr Briggs in Willy Russell's Our Day Out On 28th December 1977, a play was televised on T.V for the first time. The play, called "Our Day Out", written by Willy Russell, was about a progress class going on a day out to Conwy Castle, in Wales. It focuses on two main characters, Mrs Kay and Mr Briggs, both teachers in an inner-city Liverpool school. Both of these characters are very different in image, behaviour and attitude to teaching. Mrs Kay is a teacher of the progress class....   [tags: Papers]

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The Myers Briggs Profile Is Based Off Of Carl Gustav Jung 's Book Psychological Types

- The Myers-Briggs profile is based off of Carl Gustav Jung’s book Psychological Types. The eight different letters in the Myers-Briggs profile are E, S, T, J, I, N, F, & P. these letters come in four sets, representing the four behavioral/personality dichotomies. E-I, stands for extroversion and introversion. Introversion is commonly associated with shyness and avoiding social interactions. While extroverted people are often thought of as outgoing friendly “life-of-the-party” types. S-N, or sensing and intuition is the dichotomy between how people get new information....   [tags: Personality psychology, Carl Jung]

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The Myers Briggs Profile Is Based Off Of Carl Gustav Jung 's Book Psychological Types

- PSY 150-General Psychology The Myers-Briggs profile is based off of Carl Gustav Jung’s book Psychological Types. The eight different letters in the Myers-Briggs profile are E, S, T, J, I, N, F, & P. these letters come in four sets, representing the four behavioral/personality dichotomies. E-I, stands for extroversion and introversion. Introversion is commonly associated with shyness and avoiding social interactions. While extroverted people are often thought of as outgoing friendly “life-of-the-party” types....   [tags: Personality psychology, Carl Jung]

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The Strong Interest Inventory ( Sii ) And Myers Briggs Type Indictor ( Mbti ) Career Report

- The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) and Myers-Briggs Type Indictor (MBTI) Career Report are two separate assessment tools combining results to provide comprehensive information to assist one in obtaining insight into their interest and personality. Furthermore, it helps guide individuals when choosing academic majors and career paths. The SII helps identify interest, whereas the MBTI identifies personality types. The SII is based on configuring one’s theme type: Realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, and conventional....   [tags: Personality psychology]

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Different Learning Styles: Exploring the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

- Different Learning Styles: Exploring the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Thesis: Students on a secondary level of education will learn more effectively if their MBTI have been assessed and accommodated to. All students process information differently. These differences can be explained using the Myers-Briggs type indicator. Students on a secondary level of education will learn more effectively if their MBTI have been assessed and accommodated to. The Myers-Briggs type indicator (MBTI) is a type of personality test to determine a person’s personality type and thus their learning style....   [tags: essays paper Education ]

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Leadership Theories And How Estj Personality Traits Can Help A Person From Becoming An Effective Leader

- An Analysis of Leadership This paper will describe traditional and new genre leadership theories and how ESTJ personality traits can help or hinder a person from becoming an effective leader. In 2016, over 20 leadership theories and models exist in academic journals and articles including the Great Man, Trait, Behavioral, Contingency, Transactional, and Transformational philosophies (Nelson & Quick, 2011). Some theories suggest leaders are born, where other leadership authorities claim people can learn how to lead (Colorado State University – Global Campus, 2016a)....   [tags: Leadership, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Leadership Style Of Managers

- For many years, there has been great debate as to the leadership style of managers: these debates continue and for a good reason. The leadership style of management is a very important factor as it is critical to the level of effectiveness, performance as well as the growth of the organization (Bahreinian, Ahi, & Soltani, 2012; Bell & Smith, 2010; Hannah, Walumbwa, & Fry, 2011). However, many people discount the validity of the importance of leadership styles as it concerns management and their ability to enhance the daily activities of work....   [tags: Leadership, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Personality Assessment Of Personality

- Upon completion of the 16 Personalities personality assessment my results revealed to me that my personality type is “Executive Personality (ESTJ, -A/ -T) (Neris Analytics Limited, 2017)”. ESTJ, -A/ -T stands for Extravert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging. Executive type personalities are those individuals that use tradition and order throughout all of what they do. The values of honesty, dedication and dignity are very important for individuals with this personality type. Executives usually counsel or advise other people....   [tags: Leadership, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Ways that Mr Briggs and Mrs Kay are Presented in Our Day Out by Willie Russell

- The Ways that Mr Briggs and Mrs Kay are Presented in Our Day Out by Willie Russell Our Day out by Willie Russell is an energetic and humorous play, about a school trip to Conwy castle. The 'progress class', a class for illiterate children, are on a trip to Wales where the liberal Mrs Kay and the strict Mr Briggs have completely different ideas about the day should be organised. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Mrs Kay and Mr Briggs have two distinct personalities that clash frequently throughout the play and Willie Russell presents both in an interesting and comical way in his drama....   [tags: Papers]

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An Activist Who Is Not Out Of My League?

- I grew up in Crescent Harbour, and I can tell you for certain that I hated it. As a child, I grew up with the hopes of being famous. Not in the aspect of Hollywood or modeling or even singing. No, I wanted to be an activist that was seen as a champion for a great cause, a politician that won the hearts of the citizens, or even a writer that spread their words of wisdom to others that will remember them forever. My Father had always laughed at my dreams and my mother was no better. She said the words I never want to hear again: “You can’t do that.” Who was she to tell me that my dreams were unachievable, grandiose, or even a little out of my league....   [tags: Want, Need, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, WANT]

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Understanding Behavioral Patterns Of People By Categorizing

- In life and academia, we try to understand behavioral patterns of people by categorizing, studying, and then grouping in effort to better collaborate. We see this application in assessments like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), where Jung’s theory suggests that there is more to the seeming randomness, which makes up human personality preferences, tendencies, or desires. Professor Geert Hofsteder does the same thing with culture and leadership in order to improve not only collaboration but also understanding....   [tags: Leadership, Culture, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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My Individual Development Plan

- My Individual Development Plan Each individual is just that: individual. We all have our strengths and weakness. Life is about exploring and improving on those. Growth never ends. It is expanding our minds and attitudes to make life happy and peaceful. My development depends what I do to accomplish my life goals. My carrier path will depend on how I can grow and develop in my field and management capabilities. I like to think I have many strengths. After review of my character/ personality test, I can see what they are....   [tags: Character Personality Myers Briggs Essays]

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Questions On My Personality Traits

- Many times people refer to me by remarking about my personality traits. It’s just something that I have become used to. When I was assigned to do the DISC and JUNG typology assessments, I was quite interested in what their outcomes would be. According to my peers, I am a very outspoken individual that puts a high regard to morals in life. With this being said I was curious what the outcomes of the two assessments would be. Before I begin discussing the outcomes of the two assessments, I would like to discuss a few things that came to my realization while doing these assignments....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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The Position Of Project Manager And Team Coordinator

- Overview Ian is a 38-year-old college graduate who currently works as a data/risk analyzer for Amacore Drilling. He is applying for the position of project manager and team coordinator. Personality 50 introvert, 31 sensing, 88 thinking, 50 judging Ian is an ISTJ. This type tends to be efficient businessmen who prefer step-by-step processes and following procedures. They are described as cold with no emotions or warmth and they lack tact. Occupations include ones “that involve effective control of production process, good understanding of details, clear-cut planning, require responsibility and being an efficient worker” (Jung Typology Test)....   [tags: Leadership, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Who Am I As A Leader?

- Who am I as a Leader. Trygve J. Anderson Wartburg College “A leader promotes the ideas of others, allows them to fully utilize their talents and while doing so inspires them and leaves their followers with a sense of accomplishment and community.” This was my definition of leadership a mere three months ago from my previous paper discussing how I thought of myself as a leader. I think throughout this course the foundation of my definition of leadership has not been shaken. I believe in this definition now as much as I did the first day of college....   [tags: Leadership, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Inside Out : Movie Analysis

- “Inside Out” After watching the Pixar film “Inside Out”, it is easy to see how this film relates to small group communication. This film focuses on a twelve year old girl name Riley and how the emotions in her brain work throughout everyday experiences. The emotions Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust work inside headquarters of Riley’s brain, that is until Joy and Sadness accidentally wind up far from headquarters into long-term memory. I will be analyzing this film using concepts from the textbook such as group communication, group development, group membership, and diversity in groups....   [tags: Emotion, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Aesthestic Modernism in Rainer Maria Rilke’s The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge

- The aesthetic modernisms of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries sought to redress the role of art and the artist in an industrial society in flux. It was in the metropolis that these transformations originated and were most violently felt. There is perhaps no work that more effectively addresses the challenges faced by the artist in modernity than Rainer Maria Rilke’s 1910 classic, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge. Rilke accomplishes this through an embedded discourse with the work of Charles Baudelaire and Georg Simmel....   [tags: art, death, metropolis]

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What Brings a Poem to Life?

- Poetry, like any other piece of literature, is written to express certain emotion,feeling or idea as desired by the author. Without a defined format, poems come in all sorts of variations, each with it’s own sound,smell, and taste. The most successful poems masterfully give readers the Ah Ha. experience and invoke in them incomprehensible emotions that render them vulnerable to the poets message. William Shakespeare’ s Sonnet 18 and Sylvia Plath’s Metaphors adequately contain imagery,lineation,and tone to shape the meaning and allow the rest to the readers perception.However, no matter how elegant the poem may be structured the poem is nothing without the readers interpretation....   [tags: Poetry Analysis ]

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What Brings a Poem To Life

- In life, each individual has the ability to develop unique interpretations, perspectives and decisions about a variety of topics. When someone reads a poem or hears a song he/she will interpret it in a certain way, sometimes different than the intention of the author. There are many contributing factors that bring a poem and song to life, yet we cannot say that all the factors depicted by the author have an effect on every reader. People form different views of poems and songs and give them their own significance usually as a result of specific life experiences and memories....   [tags: poetry, writing, informative]

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The War Brings Great Loss

- While war helps the United States gain more land, resources, and power, going to war brings great loss to this country because we are putting civilians in danger, losing many of our soldiers, and our soldiers come back unable to function in society. First, going to war brings great loss to this country because we are putting other countries civilians in danger. According to a study in 2013, researchers said that more than 115,000 civilians were killed in just the Iraq war, which the United States is responsible for (Huffington Post)....   [tags: United States, Iraq War, 2003 invasion of Iraq]

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The Candle Brings Light

- Within literature, many poets consider life, the hardships individuals endure, and the hope that exists during these trials. Poets who discuss such topics include John Milton and Lorna Goodison. Lorna Goodison examines the hope and understanding that exists during tribulation in “I shall light a Candle of Understanding in Thine Heart.” Through her use of imagery, symbolism, and poetic structure, Goodison emphasizes this overarching concept of hope and comprehension. Goodison presents an image of hedges and thickets, which illustrates the importance of tribulations....   [tags: Literature Analysis]

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Robotics Will Improve our Way of Living

- Robotics have come a long way from their first start in early greek mythology. They have provided us with numerous products including: houses that send updates to a phone, drones, surgical instruments, prosthetics that act like real human limps, machines that speed up assembly lines, vacuums that don’t need to be pushed, and machines that help disabled individuals perform small tasks. All these products greatly impact several aspects of our modern world, and they are all examples of robots. Karel Cepek is a Czech science-fiction writer who invented the word robot (“THE”)....   [tags: robots, briggo, humanoid, robotics]

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Breach Brings Scrutiny

- Ben Worthen authored Breach Brings Scrutiny in a published WSJ.com article of April 5, 2011. The article discusses security breach compromise of customers’ data used by Epsilon Data Management, LLC, for marketing purposes. Worthen (2011), describes the breach event, its ramifications on affected companies and customers, and urges companies to address protecting customers’ information as insignificant as names and email addresses. The main characters in this article include Epsilon Data Management, LLC, a division of Alliance Data Systems Corp., which provides marketing mail campaigns to a myriad of companies....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Hedonism Is Defined As An Action That Brings Pleasure

- Hedonism is defined as an action that brings pleasure. Someone who does only those things that bring them pleasure or believes that pleasure is the most important thing is said to be a hedonist. Being a hedonist is thought to be a negative thing, but why. Shouldn’t we all strive to do things that bring us pleasure. Why would we do anything that would bring us pain or displeasure. Think of the time you were down to your last $10 for the week and barely getting by. You pass a homeless woman on the street with inadequate clothes for the weather and who is asking for food....   [tags: Utilitarianism, Ethics, Pleasure, Hedonism]

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A Fundamental Element That Brings Society Together

- A fundamental element that brings society together can be summarized in one term: ethics. This concept is deep-rooted in each individual’s interaction with others, and themes such as conscience and righteousness are often taught to children from a young age. In order to promote the proper, humane growth of a person, parents and guardians instill moral guidelines into children and students in their beginning years of education. While discipline and judgemental education continue on through one’s youthful years, the notion tapers off during the adolescent age where most assume that ethical judgement becomes common sense....   [tags: Morality, Ethics, Critical thinking, Philosophy]

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Love In Poems Brings Great Emotions

- ... Must I bee still, while it my strength devours, and captive leads me prisoner bound, unfree?” In this part of her poem she questions if she can overcome love, but knows that it has full control over her now. Even though she tries to get away from its inescapable grasp on one’s soul, she realizes that she is under it’s power and has lost her freedom. The story is a great example of how in life, love will do this to a person and shows the feelings that one will most likely feel. It’s as if love controls you with a powerful spell and you must do whatever it commands....   [tags: romantic, tragic, mysticfying]

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Globalization Brings Both Opportunitities And Challenges

- Globalization brings both opportunitities and challenges. Discuss Globalization is a concept that covers wide range of sectors as well as the point of view made to elaborate it can bring us to translate the idea in various kinds of methods. There is much dispute on what meaning globalization has and many definitions fail to surround social, cultural and technological exchanges between world systems. John Pilger mentioned that it is an official word term that people from media and political members have made popular which is often harnessed in brighter term to indicate free trade....   [tags: Globalization, International trade]

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Globalization Brings More Negative Consequences

- I believe without a doubt that globalization brings more negative consequences than positive benefits to the world. Poverty is a glaring result of globalization. The real cause of poverty is inequality and injustice (A World Apart, 2007). The American Dictionary of the English Language defines inequality and injustice: inequality: The condition of being unequal. Lack of equality, as of opportunity, treatment, or status. Social or economic disparity: the growing inequality between rich and poor (Inequality, n.d.)....   [tags: Africa, World Bank, United Nations, Poverty]

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What Technology Brings To Us

- What Technology Brings To Us I have selected television as my technology subject because, on a global level, television has the greatest impact on the largest number of people of all the technologies available to us today. I have found that television has become widely distributed for many reasons, the most important being the fact that television sets have become more affordable over the years. There is also a desire by poor people in poor countries to have the same gadgets that are owned by the people in rich countries and only television can satisfy that need....   [tags: Television TV Essays]

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War Brings Economic Problems, Loss of Life and Suffering

- War is an interaction in which two or more opposing forces have a struggle of wills. It is by no means a stranger to us, even if we have not had the tragedy of having to live through it. Whether in movies or real life accounts or war experiences, we are well exposed to the horrors of human crimes, suffering and destruction. Many feel that such depictions are usually sensationalized in order to get an audience, but in my opinion, war can never by justified. Despite the common argument that war brings about liberalism, it saddles along economic problems, a loss of lives and sufferings....   [tags: Economy, Vietnam War, World War]

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The Associate Is An Entertaining Movie That Brings Forth Gender Disparities

- The Associate is an entertaining movie that brings forth gender disparities in the workplace. Whoopi Goldberg, Laurel Ayers, portrays a financial analyst who has been stuck in a position that does not give her true credit for all of her hard work and talents. The Associate exemplifies the sexism that is occurring in the workplace through satiric wit and a strong story line. In the midst of all of the gender discrimination, Laurel seeks to venture into uncharted territory by being an owner of a corporation, which is a position traditionally dominated by men....   [tags: Gender, Discrimination, Gender role, Woman]

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Arrival of Industry Brings Suffering to Countryside by Louisa Lim

- In an article on NPR called “Arrival of Industry Brings Suffering to Countryside” written on May 19, 2006, Louisa Lim discusses in a conversation with a farmer from a rural village, “That factory makes a lot of money," he says. "Government departments gain a lot of tax revenue from it, so when it comes to our problems, they just push us aside. Nobody cares about us farmers”(Louisa Lim). In Globalization: The Making of World Society by Frank J. Lechner and Post American World, 2.0 by Fareed Zakaria, the two works deal with the rise of globalization....   [tags: factories, farmers, rural villages]

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The Film Wit Clearly Brings The Biopsychosocial Model Of Life

- The film Wit clearly brings the biopsychosocial model to life. This model looks at both health and illness intertwined; and how biological, social, and psychogical factors play a role in one’s health. The main character, Vivian Bearing, was not very kind to people throughout her life. She also did not have many friends while growing up and going to school. Social support is important in maintaining health because it can help lower stress, and help one cope with a terminal illness. There are many types of social support such as tangible assistance, informational support, and emotional support....   [tags: Cancer, Chemotherapy, Patient, Illness]

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Analysis Of The Film ' Death Brings New Life '

- Death Brings New Life Photographic series are used by photographers to tell a story, share ideas, highlight all kinds of people, show the passage of time, or to purely demonstrate the art form. One photographer, Eric Kim, has recently been introduced to me along with his photographic series Grandfather produced in 2013. Kim identifies himself as a street photographer, meaning he photographs strangers to create his art as well as gives his own view about the society around him. Kim also recently created a blog in which he shares his different series of work as well as posts statements to go along with his photos to teach young inspiring photographs what inspires him....   [tags: Photography, Emotion, Light, Photograph]

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Youth Football Brings Victory For City Of Gales Creek

- Youth Football Brings Victory to City of Gales Creek In 2003 I lived in Gales Creek, Oregon a small farming community just west of Portland, Oregon. It was filled with little mom and pop shops and farm land as far as the eye could see. Nothing exciting ever happened in Gales Creek except the crime rate and the local farmers market. I remember one Saturday morning at 7:00 am walking outside of my apartment to take my dog on a walk I noticed four police cars right out front. Judging from the amount of cops and spectators I thought someone had gotten seriously injured....   [tags: American football, High school, Police, Crime]

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Language and Culture: Its What Brings Us Together

- ... Obviously this is a difficult thing to do and many examples of language being a barrier lie in her text. Abdullah on the other hand did not have to directly deal with the barrier so much because he was doing his research in Harlem (located in the U.S.) for most of his stories. Also it seems he is capable in a decent amount of languages and could get a translator if he truly required it. The theme of language in these two novels can be seen through the ethnographers (in)ability to get an emic view from the locals, how it affected the people’s behaviour, and perhaps most importantly, how it affected the ethnographer’s and people’s emotions through the various situations that occurred....   [tags: diverse, home, people, communication]

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Richard Cory : What Brings Someone Happiness?

- What brings someone happiness. Richard Cory is seen walking throughout town by himself and is described as good looking by the people there, but they also think of him as nonhuman and different from them whenever he didn’t talk to anyone and some of the townspeople wished they could be him because of his wealth but in the end he committed suicide. Showing that money doesn’t equal happiness, and this can be seen throughout the poem by his interaction with the people, the way they act around him, and his death....   [tags: Working class, Social class, Suicide, Greeting]

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Pico Ier's Editorial 'The Value of Suffering' Analysis

- The question of suffering comes up much when talking about, or practicing any religion. Many ask why people suffer, and what causes suffering. The various religions try to answer these questions in their own way. Pico Iyer’s editorial, “The Value of Suffering” addresses the questions of suffering and how it is handled. This article could be compared to the Bhagavad-Gita which also addresses and explains suffering through different stories of the interactions of humans and different Gods. One can specifically look at “The Second Teaching” in the Bhagavad-Gita, which explains the interaction between a man named Arjuna and the god Krishna....   [tags: suffering brings out the faith in people]

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Technology Brings People Together

- Technology Brings People Together It is difficult to escape the influence of technology on modern life. It lurks behind every door: the classroom, home, office, and store. There are many who are resistant to new technology, saying that technology causes harm to society. These claims are often made without the realization that technology also includes important and indispensable parts in their life such as writing and the tools for writing. Writing was one of the first technologies invented....   [tags: Technology Society Essays]

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The Pursuit of Excellence Brings Happiness, Creativity, Human Fulfillment, and Enables Self-Actualization

- Excellence is a distinctive attribute or characteristics possesses by Human being. This characteristic empowers human being to stretch their ability to make a distinction over human. Excellence doesn’t come through culture, wealth, and education. It occurs when a person with right mindset extend his exceptional ability to pursue personal and professional life. The Prophet Muhammad PBUH is an example of excellence. Everyone possesses some skills, talents, and proficiency in particular area, therefore acknowledge the existence, and lives the life of difference....   [tags: esteem, steve jobs, pleasure]

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The Importance Of Quantitative Research On Research Data Brings Important Safety Considerations For Researchers

- The collecting, in addition to, the development of quantitative research data brings important safety considerations for researchers. According to Bryman (2006), Quantitative research often require researchers to meet participant’s person to person and discuss personal safety aspects of their areas of work and can require them to work alone at times. From design through analysis and write-up, ensuring the safety of researchers is a crucial consideration that shortens the research process. It’s important to understand what quantitative research in safety is....   [tags: Scientific method, Quantitative research]

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Discussing The Mock Implementation Of The Semester Project Brings Many Frustrations And Successes

- Discussing the mock-implementation of the semester project brings many frustrations and successes. The type of intervention I decided to do was a food labeling intervention where the main goal was to help someone with diabetes learn to read food labels. Reading food labels helps the client choose healthier foods and learn how easy it is to portion them. The implementation of it followed certain guidelines. As the counselor, I got to know my client, and then I educated her and tried to motivate her by allowing her to learn some skills on her own.Lastly, by showing the client that food label reading could be done even with her busy schedule....   [tags: Nutrition, Health care, Health, Learning]

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All Niam Neeson Brings to Role of Bill Marks in Non Stop

- ... Even with that misstep, it didn't really bother me in the end because of how much I enjoyed everything prior to it. It's basically summed up in a monologue where the biggest negative reaction it got from me was an eye roll. Non-Stop does what few B-movies do, got me engaged in the actual story. I wasn't merely watching for a few thrilling action scenes and checking out the rest of the time. I was constantly on the edge of my seat; there was some real tension that had my blood pumping. One thing I absolutely loved was the mystery of who was hijacking the plane....   [tags: marshall, hijacker, passengers]

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Explain Difficulties that an Aging Process Brings to Old People Life

- Explain difficulties that aging process brings to old people life. Many old people suffer difficult related for aging process such as physical, emotional, social and financial changes, this is because when the person is over fifty the body go through natural process of aging. However, it is widely believed that many old people in the UK have been abuse by other people because of their age. On the other hand, old people live other countries treat old people as chief and masters of the family. This article will argue that people in the UK should change the way they see and treat old people in the society....   [tags: the inevitable end to the circle of life]

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Ethical Practice Of Health Care Brings Trustworthy Work Environment

- III. Ethical Practice in Health Care Brings Trustworthy Work Environment A law is a rule of conduct or action, required (governments endorse laws) to maintain order and public safety in case of a breakdown of law. The criminal & civil law is applied to health-care practitioners or providers, if criminal wrongdoing or negligence occurred in patient’s care. Ethics or moral values serve as the basis for ethical conduct. Our societal values, Family, and cultural values help form an individual’s moral value (Pozgar, 2014, p....   [tags: Health care, Patient, Morality, Health]

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Selling and offering information on the internet brings with it a list

- Selling and offering information on the internet brings with it a list of legal and corporate issues. Legal and corporate issues The growth of e-commerce has enabled M&S to involve and expand their business from their stores to the world of internet. Marks and Spencer is increasingly using the internet for electronic commerce, selling goods to consumers and also offer a range of information about the available products and services. However selling and offering information on the internet brings with it a list of legal and corporate issues....   [tags: Computer Science]

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Teaching - Every Day Brings Something New

- Teaching - Every Day Brings Something New I started seriously thinking about what I wanted to do with my life, concerning my career, in the 11th grade. From my junior year until my first semester in college, I was certain my purpose in life was to teach. However, people I spoke with, including some family, friends, and even schoolteachers, repeatedly crushed this choice: "Why would you want to be a teacher. Don't you know how much they make. Why would you want to deal with bratty kids all day....   [tags: College Admissions Essays]

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A Report On The President Of Kerzner Office Equipment

- Amber Briggs, of Kerzner Office Equipment, has been tasked with leading a small team of Kerzner employees to plan, organize, and execute Kerzner’s 10th anniversary celebration. Kerzner Office Equipment has experienced both the highs and lows of capitalism. When Kerzner was originally formed, their organization thrived in the office equipment sector; however, after a few years of being in business, their company suffered through a brutal national recession. Even though the national recession had a lasting impact on Kerzner’s capital and employee environment, Kerzner was able to navigate their way through the recession and developed a new product line of office equipment, which has rejuvenated...   [tags: Project management, Team, Management, The A-Team]

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What Kind Of Pizza Are You? Quiz

- Buzzfeed’s ‘What Kind of Pizza Are You?’ quiz is a fun way to pass time and it is amusing to share results amongst your friends or post it on Facebook and laugh about it. However, does knowing what kind of pizza you are really assist your life in many ways. Similar to most quizzes or tests that claim to identify your personality, they do not help you learn more about yourself or discover what you can do because of your personality type. On the contrary, the Myers-Briggs test is the first test I have ever taken that actually showed accurate results due to more than just pure coincidence....   [tags: Personality psychology]

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Review of Our Day Out by Willy Russell

- Review of Our Day Out by Willy Russell 'Our day out is an interesting play based on a school trip with a group of underachieving children. This play conveys a deeper message about life in areas like Liverpool for people in the late 1970s. The playwright-William Russell skilfully created a strict old fashioned, selfish character: Mr Briggs and throughout the play convinces us that he is transforming into a fun, laidback person....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis Of The Article ' Dance Therapy Brings Joy And Wellbeing On Older People ' Written By Mark Tran

- I am writing this letter in response to the article “Dance therapy brings joy and wellbeing to older people” written by Mark Tran. I enjoyed reading this article and agree with some of the points illustrated. Dance therapy is a universally technique that can be used to promote self-worth and develop confidence. Furthermore, it is an expression of an individuals’ willingness to move, learn and reveal themselves through their bodies (Becker, 2001). Not only is dance used for recreational purposes, research shows how it benefits the elderly in a number of ways....   [tags: Middle age, Old age, Gerontology, Nursing home]

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Curie Brings The World A Cure

- “Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that. We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.” -Marie Curie. Marie Curie knew from an early age that her life would not be easy. Maria Sklodowska, later known as Marie Curie, was the third child born to Bronislawa and Vladislav Sklodowski in Warsaw, Poland. Her father was a math and physics teacher, and her mother operated a boarding school for girls....   [tags: Marie Curie, Biography, Scientist]

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The Children's Thoughts of Mrs. Kay in Our Day Out

- The Children's Thoughts of Mrs. Kay in Our Day Out In the introduction I am going to use a paragraph to describe what the children think about Mrs Kay and Les's quote about Mr Briggs. In the story, Reilly describes Miss Kay as 'ace'. When Les stops Mr Briggs at the crossing his says to a child 'I got him that time. 'Arrogant get that one is. I think this means that Les has tried to stop him in the mornings before but has failed'. Firstly I am going to describe Mrs Kay's and Mr Brigg's relationship with the pupils....   [tags: Our Day Out Willy Russell Essays]

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Devestation Man Brings upon Himself in Golding's Lord of the Flies

- William Golding's Lord of the Flies is a story that has hidden symbolism. It is about a group of British schoolboys fleeing from England during World War 1. Their plane crashes on a deserted tropical island. Once on the island they have to cope with their new ?adult-less. life and make rules to live by. After spending time on the island, the boys begin to struggle for power which leads to several problems. The experience on the island serves as a symbol of life in the outside world and the devastation that man brings upon himself....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Changes Eppie Brings to Silas' Life in George Eliot's Silas Marner

- The Changes Eppie Brings to Silas' Life in George Eliot's Silas Marner "A Child, More Than All Other ============================= Gifts That Earth Can Offer To Declining Man, Brings Hope With It, And Forward-looking Thoughts." What Changes Does Eppie Bring About In -------------------------------------- Silas's Life. The motto chosen by George Eliot for the title page of the novel means Eppie is worth more than any gift that Silas can buy, because you can't buy love, and she was given to Silas when he was at his worst, when he had nothing to live for....   [tags: Papers]

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Laguage Brings People Together

- Without language as a way of knowing, it would be very difficult for humans to communicate ideas and gather knowledge. A language’s ability to be “rule-governed, intended, and creative and open-ended” allows it to be a useful tool in the development of culture; and thus aid an individual in the process of discovering his or her own identity (Dunn 57). In essence, different languages to a certain degree affect the views an individual may hold about themselves and the world around them, but this is not the only factor; the environment and experiences also influences these concepts....   [tags: English, Japanese, Communication, Ideas]

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Evil Brings Forth Evil

- ... His words of praise and appreciation were sparse. However, when he was in one of his hypercritical moods he was more than generous with his opinions. His paranoia and hostility denied him the camaraderie of good men, and his dark disposition was effective in keeping workers in their places, when, for instance, he cut their wages to compensate for a matter of business that had not returned the profit he expected, or when the market for his products shrank, or the cost of raw materials increased....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Our Day Out by Willy Russell

- Our Day Out by Willy Russell For our second module, we looked at the study of the play ‘Our Day Out’ by Willy Russell. The play is about a special needs class from Liverpool going on a day out to Wales, and the different dilemmas they put their teachers Mr. Briggs and Mrs. Kay through (like stealing animals from a zoo). We had to choose three key moments that we thought were the most important sections from the play and where we thought drama was built around. For us, the key characters in the story are Mr....   [tags: Special Needs Britain Our Day Out Essays]

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Analysis of the Cliff Scene in Willy Russell's Our Day Out

- Analysis of the Cliff Scene in Willy Russell's Our Day Out The title of the play is 'Our Day Out' Willy Russell wrote it in 1977. He was born in Whinston Lancashire. He grew up in Knowsley; a model village set in the countryside outside Liverpool. Once Russell had qualified as a teacher he worked at Shortfields Comprehensive School in Liverpool where his experiences lead him directly into the writing of 'Our Day Out'. While it was written in 1977 its roots were firmly planted In Russell's experiences at Shorfields comprehensive....   [tags: Papers]

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