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    Technology is one of the highest influence devices in younger generation. Young generations are taking the advantage of technology then create inaccessible account to their parents to communicate with others. They can have constant texting and chat through the internet secretly without being going outside their home. They are easily influenced by instagram and facebook websites. They are trying to fit in to the world by posting their personal life including posting inappropriate pictures and

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    Perhaps one of the most well-known poems in modern America is a work by Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken. This poem consists of four stanzas that depict the story of the narrator traveling through the woods early in the morning and coming upon a fork in the path, where he milled about for a while before deciding upon one of the two paths, wishing he could take both, but knowing otherwise, seeing himself telling of this experience in the future. Frost uses several literary devices in this brief account

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    speaker’s life. Frost illustrates speaker to make a difficult decision about choosing one of two equally promising roads to travel on. When speaker comes to a fork road, a decision needs to be made. Both paths are different and choosing the right one will depend on his past experience. It is this way that he chooses to decide where he is going to travel. Throughout this poem, it is obvious that decisions are not easy to make, and each decision will lead him down a different road to travel. In any case

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    very easy to think it’s a simple operation, but is this the reassurance that women want and need from men when they are faced with this decision? The American says, “I’ll go with you and stay with you all the time. They just let the air in and then it’s all perfectly natural.” (487) Jig shows signs of regret as though the American is forcing her into this decision. I don’t feel that it is something that she wants to do. Ji...

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    The Road Not Taken

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    which determines their choices and paths they follow. This poem shows how Frost believes that it is the road that you choose that makes you the person you are. Decisions are always hard to make. It is impossible not to wonder what would have happened before you made your decision and what could have happened after you made your decision. Frost shows this in the line “And sorry I ...

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    purchase of product or service to satisfy needs and wants is the buying decision process. Buying decision process is also known as psychological process. Perner (2008) expresses the view that buyer behavior consists of the psychological processes that buyers undergo in need recognition, discover techniques to fulfill the needs, decide purchasing, information interpretation, create plans, and work out with these plans. The buying decision process happens within a buyer every time they decide to purchase

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    The Road not Taken

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    this poem, both through the language he uses and the overall tone of the piece. In the poem we see a traveler that has come to “ Two Roads diverged in a yellow wood”. He shows the symbolism of a person coming to a point where they need to make a decision. The choices before him are not small, they will take him on two different journey’s through life. It is possible he is discovering two different careers or two different woman. Ultimately it does not matter what exactly the choices are, it is only

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    While still a common procedure in the 1930’s, men at this time viewed and handled abortions in a care free manner and hardly spoke on it as it was looked upon as unimportant due to their lack of knowledge and awareness of the repercussions. In Hills like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway, the way in how a man perceived pregnancy and abortion and decided to handle the process in the 1930’s is brought to light. But in recent years with the increase in sensitivity and negative stigma attached to abortion

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    master’s level degree in psychology, but at the moment need to step slowly into a lower level position to become acclimated in this work. Using the Pyramid of Information-Processing Domain I have thought about my choices and have made a proactive decision with them which is why I have choose to gain my degree. With this degree it is my intention to take the next step which is to become state certified as a social worker or behavioral health counselor. It is in my lifestyle to help those who need the

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    Many people while reading poems take the blunt force of what is being said word by word, but that is where people go wrong. Poetry is deep and meaningful pieces of literature making understanding poems very challenging for some people. The most misunderstood poem ever written would have to be Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken” mainly because people seem to be individualized and not read into the irony Robert Frost is telling. Being able to go deeper into your own thoughts and thinking outside

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