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    Listening Report

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    Concert Analysis: Songs Around the Word I Offer Thee by Allen Ridout 1.     Gregorian chant consists of a single-lined melody and is monophonic in texture. This piece also consists of these basic structures as well as not having any harmory or counterpoint. This piece performed by U of I faculty member Steven Rickards, is sung a cappella. 2.     This piece differs from the traditional Gregorian chant of the Middle ages because of the jumps and leaps presented in the piece, which show that the piece

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    Music Listening Report

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    When I sat down to do a Listening report last night, I started thinking, "Who am I kidding?". I am never going to push myself to listen to 15 Jazz CD’s in a week and a half, so I am going to do the remainder of my listening reports on music that I like to listen to. You may think it defeats the purpose of listening reports, but that’s not true. What these guys play may sound like heavily distorted noise, and too much yelling played at way too high of volumes to the average adult, and honestly

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    Black Music in Toni Morrison's Jazz

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    “With the writing of Jazz, Morrison takes on new tasks and new risks. Jazz, for example, doesn’t fit the classic novel format in terms of design, sentence structure, or narration. Just like the music this novel is named after, the work is improvisational.” -www.enotes.com/jazz/ “As rich in themes and poetic images as her Pulitzer Prize- winning Beloved…. Morrison conjures up hand of slavery on Harlem’s jazz generation. The more you listen, the more you crave to hear.”-Glamour Toni Morrison’s

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    evidence-based medicine, focusing on quality improvement, and using information technology. Of those I feel that delivering patient-centered care is the most important for myself, my immediate staff and my hospital. I further believe that by improving my listening skills I will have more success as a nurse and caregiver. Through improved communication with my patients and my co-workers I believe that my patients will feel more comfortable and less stressed with their care and caregivers. By better communication

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    The Tomatis Method

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    Dr. Alfred A. Tomatis is a French ear, nose, and throat doctor who made astonishing medical and psychological discoveries that led to audio-psycho-phonology, or the Tomatis method. Also called “auditory training”, auditory stimulation”, and “listening therapy”, the purpose of this treatment is to reeducate the way we listen, and it is used in over two hundred and fifty centers around the world. (http://www.tomatis.com/overview.html) The Tomatis method claims to benefit a wide variety of people

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    Case study: Sahira has received employee complaints about the lengthy time it takes for her team to create financial reports. Sahira’s team explains that the computers are the problem and that the software programs are too difficult to use and that many hours of manual manipulation of data are required to complete monthly reports (Colorado State University-Global Campus, 2014, p. 6, ¶3). Issues of delays in financial reporting generally emanate from two root causes: 1) data reporting system problems

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    In the hospital setting, accountability issues can occur from a variety of issues such as not following orders, to medication errors, and not overseeing delegation of tasks. In every workplace there will be employees being held accountable for their lack of maintaining interpersonal boundaries. These issues can include discrimination, inappropriate sexual advances, and personal conversation that are not work appropriate. Ability to recognize and honor the interpersonal boundaries Boundaries are

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    reasonable and well-balanced exploration results in their reports. (SAMVAL, 2008) The code lays down a profound foundation for meticulous, unmistakable and ethical report of all styles by this it gives great serve which is not misleading regarding the mineralisation being reported and this also provides the competent persons the important code to subject to. SAMREC Code is based on three pillars which are the basic principles of an exploration report (prepared in terms to address circumstances uniquely

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    Why Write Reports?

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    or discouraged when asked to write a report? Do we do report writing because of some bureaucratic regulation? We would rather do the ‘real’ work by recruiting workers and training them besides organizing meetings instead of the boring writing. Function of the introduction is to state clearly the reasons for discussing the particular subject. Just why was the report written? This is to indicate the importance of the subject to the reader, relate the report to previous and similar work, and to

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    This could be due to several reasons. Fear ==== Victims might be afraid of the offenders and the consequence if they report the crime/s. An example is if a woman was being beaten up by her husband. She might not report this to the police, as she will be too scared of what he might do to her afterwards. In the case of a burglary, the person who reports it might worry that a repeat of the incident will occur. Similarly, in the case of blackmail, the victim might fear the consequence

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