Attainment Essays

  • Investigating IQ Level and Key Stage Two Results

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    my data handling investigation; IQ level and Key Stage two results. I am going to investigate whether a studentÂ’s level of IQ affects their attainment grades in their Key stage two tests. For my investigation I will be using data from Solent high school regarding 11-14 year old pupils. IQ is the ratio between a personÂ’s mental age (mental attainment based on the average age of a child at that level) and their chronological age multiplied by 100, and this produces the average IQ as 100.

  • Argument of Alfarabi’s Book of Religion

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    of Religion For this paper I reviewed four works by the philosopher Abu Nasr al-Farabi (864-933d ce). These were the Enumeration of the Sciences, the Book of Religion, Selected Aphorisms, andthe Attainment of Happiness. Three of these were new translations by Ch. E. Butterworth, the fourth Attainment of Happiness: is from the anthology Medieval Political Philosophy edited by Ralph Lerner and Muhsin Mahdi, the latter being the translator of the piece. The assignment calls for an analysis of one

  • Psychological Stress

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    moment. A lot of different events will cause frustration. Frustration occurs from something blocking our attainment of certain goals or needs (Corey 207). All of the little things that frustrate us include waiting in lines or traffic, sense of failure or inadequacies, bad relationships, deaths, and loneliness. Self-defeating thoughts are a way in which we almost deliberately block attainment of our needs. If in our heads, we have this preconceived notion that we are incapable of obtaining something

  • The Universal Soul in The Parable of the Chariot, Katha Upanishad 3.3-3.12

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    each is identical with Brahman. Therefore Atman could also be translated, “Universal Soul,” “Eternal Soul,” or “All-Soul.” The Katha Upanishad speaks at length about the nature of Atman, how one might attain to it and thereby attain to Brahman. Attainment to Atman is dependent on the control of those aspects of the person that are transitory and not eternal like Atman; these include the body, the mind, the intellect and the senses. The parable of the chariot in the Katha Upanishad illustrates the

  • Conflict between Good and Evil in Bradstreet’s The Flesh and the Spirit

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    good Christians should spend their days, indeed their entire lives, exploring and proclaiming their own depravity and sinfulness, their “want” of Christian grace.  Paradoxically, only this kind of a life could lead, ultimately, to the possibile attainment of God’s grace and thus entrance into heaven.  For the Puritans, such a formula posed a never-ending, internal conflict: good Christians who hope for grace can never believe that they are worthy of such grace.  Indeed, Puritans who want to be moral

  • The Origin of Judgment

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    conceptual thought. From the beginning, Husserl takes the problematic of logic as being two-fold: on the one hand there is the question of the constitution of forms of judgment and their laws; and on the other, that of the subjective conditions of the attainment of self-evidence.2 He gives his investigation into this problematic in Experience and Judgment a tripartite structure, with each part corresponding to a different level of experience. This paper will loosely mirror Husserl’s own division, beginning

  • The Power of Ambition

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    The Power of Ambition An ambition is an eager, and sometimes an inordinate, desire for preferment, honor, superiority, power, or the attainment of something. To obtain object or goal that is immensely desired. It comes from the Middle English word “ambicioun,” meaning and excessive desire for power, money or wealth. Ambition is something that everyone, no matter their age or cultural background, has instinctively. Ambition can be a driving force for success, or in some cases a road to failure. Through

  • Does Utopian Socialists offer an attractive political reform?

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    ended with the works of Francis Bacon, Campanelle and Harrington. These early modern utopians, being the children of Renaissance, filled with a love of knowledge and high respect for the newly truths of science. Thus, they believed that the common attainment of knowledge means the largest participation of all members of society in its joys and benefits. After the period of early Utopians, continuation of a sprit of French Revolution and initial signs of industrial revolution resulted in the emergence

  • Belbin's Team Role Theory

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    Specialist Co-ordinator ------------ The co-ordinator is a person-oriented leader. This person is trusting, accepting, dominant and is committed to team goals and objectives. The co-ordinator is a positive thinker who approves of goal attainment, struggle and effort in others. The co-ordinator is someone tolerant enough always to listen to others, but strong enough to reject their advice. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- The co-ordinator may

  • Augustines God Vs. Epictetus God

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    Epictetus asserted that humans are basically limited and irrational beings, but that the universe, ruled by God through pure reason, is perfect. Because human beings can neither know nor control their destiny, they must cease striving for the attainment of worldly ends and pleasures and instead calmly accept the fact of their own powerlessness before fate. The only thing in a person's power is their response to events or outlook, namely, their morality. Augustine believed faith preceded reason

  • Macbeth's Conniving Lady

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    in this paper. Clark and Wright in their Introduction to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare interpret the character of Lady Macbeth: Lady Macbeth is of a finer and more delicate nature. Having fixed her eye upon the end - the attainment for her husband of Duncan's crown - she accepts the inevitable means; she nerves herself for the terrible night's work by artificial stimulants; yet she cannot strike the sleeping king who resembles her father. Having sustained her weaker husband

  • Workplace Conflict Management

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    process can ultimately be a stimulus for positive change within an organization (Hellriegel, Slocum and Woodman, p. 364). However, conflict may also have serious negative effects on an organization. For example, conflict may divert efforts from goal attainment or it may deplete resources (particularly time and money) (Hellriegel, Slocum and Woodman, p. 364). Conflict also may negatively affect the psychological well-being of employees and cause stress (Hellriegel, Slocum and Woodman, p. 364). Indeed,

  • The Weaker Sex in Macbeth

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    Wright in their Introduction to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare contradict the impression that the female protagonist is all strength: Lady Macbeth is of a finer and more delicate nature. Having fixed her eye upon the end - the attainment for her husband of Duncan's crown - she accepts the inevitable means; she nerves herself for the terrible night's work by artificial stimulants; yet she cannot strike the sleeping king who resembles her father. Having sustained her weaker husband

  • Concept Attainment Strategy And Concept Attainment Strategies

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    It is a strategy coined by Jerome Bruner which uses structured inquiry process. Concept attainment strategy is an instructional strategy which focuses on decision-making and categorization processes which leads to the creation and understanding of a concept (Viveka, V. &Rai, E., 2013). In this strategy, the students will discover the characteristics

  • Poverty, Racism, and Literacy

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    and low-literacy functioning is well documented, as is the achievement gap between White students and students of color. Race is a persistent factor in employment statistics, educational attainment, and the acquisition of literacy skills, with significantly higher unemployment rates and lower educational attainment rates among Black and Hispanic Americans than among White Americans. The literature on learner attrition and on resistance to participation in adult literacy programs suggests that the current

  • Educational Attainment: How Educational Attainment Affects Household Income

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    Christie A. Ng English 27 Andre Dominic Educational attainment affects household income. I. Introduction Education is the wise, hopeful and respectful cultivation of learning undertaken in the belief that all should have the chance to share in life (Smith, The encyclopaedia of informal education, 2015). Educational attainment for each individual demands critical attention to make their dreams and goals in life plausible. Educational attainment refers to the highest level of schooling that a certain

  • Educational Attainment in America

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    include poverty and incarceration. These are not the only factors that affect African American males but these are some of the common factors that affect the educational attainment of African American males. This is should be a concern because there may be something that can be done to prevent the disparity of educational attainment among African American males and white males. It can be argued that there is no way a person can develop positive self-expectations and self-mastery if they are daily being

  • The Attainment Of Inner Satisfaction

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    Ever person wants to attain self appeasement. Its the way they get it that differs. When an person wants to gain satisfaction, the actions they choose to take in order to acquire it can greatly impact others. Usually, the individual will do more harm rather than good. As an individual reaches satisfaction their actions towards associates change and frequently evolve into rash, conceited and egotistical acts. In the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare; the characters become egocentric as

  • Maternal Role Attainment Theory

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    witnessing an infant take its first breathe, but also the changes in a family, primarily a mother. Ramona T. Mercer sees becoming a mother as a very elaborate, and life-long experience. Mercer developed the Maternal Role Attainment Theory (MRA), which was later renamed Maternal Role Attainment Theory- Becoming a Mother (BAM). Her theory provides a framework for mother and infant bonding throughout pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. Mercer (2004) believes that each mother will have a unique experience in

  • Goal Attainment Theory In Nursing

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    Nurse managers need to take measures to improve the autonomy of their staff nurses, practice good communications skills, improving the work environment, and listening to the voices of nurses (Renter & Allen, 2014). Applying the goal attainment theory is a useful way to improve job dissatisfaction of nurses and this will help to decrease the nursing