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    Three Categories of Discipline

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    many in contemporary society. Despite this preconceived notion, the enforcement of discipline is extremely diverse in nature. These various forms of discipline can be classified into three larger categories: power-assertion, love withdrawal, and induction. The most controversial and publicized of these categories is power-assertion. Described initially almost forty year ago, power-assertion is defined as the discipline methods that assert parental power. This form of discipline uses control and

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    Hemingway’s The Green Hills of Africa CRH

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    imagination.”1 Fittingly the critical response to Hemingway’s second non-fiction work examined the novel in that respect, as well as in its achievement as a free-standing novel. The initial responses to the Green Hills of Africa fall into three categories: poor, indifferent, and promising. Starting with the poor reviews, always Hemingway’s favorites, John Chamberlain of the New York Times calls the novel “simply an overextended book about hunting”, not the “profound philosophical experience”

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    youths cynicism than the meager choice of sex partners in the nineties. The problem is not quantity, but most definitely quality. Sexual partners, especially for women fall into three categories: the mechanical, the sensitive, and the "Oh (My God What Have I Done)." Note, however, that there is essentially no "good" category. Is this an oversight? What do you think? Mr. Mechanical is tall, suave and polished to fine sheen. He could be wearing anything from loafers and a braided belt to a black leather

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    The Idiot Savant

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    The Idiot Savant An idiot savant is defined as a person who is incredibly adept at one particular skill but is completely incapable in other aspects of life such as learning, reading, writing and decision making. The term idiot savant was applied to people with this disorder in 1887 by Dr. J. Langdon Down. The term idiot savant is basically an oxymoron. "Idiot" means someone who is in a class of people with an IQ less than 25, and "savant" comes from French and literally means "learned

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    The Identity of Women in On The Road The women in Jack Kerouac's work, On The Road, are portrayed as superficial and shallow, while the men display depth in character. Women are stereotyped as falling into one of three categories; virginal, maternal or promiscuous, and, throughout the novel, are referred to in a facetious, derogatory manner. ‘Sal’, the protagonist, expresses sexist attitudes, which are a result of both his upbringing and societal attitudes of the time. Although the novel does

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    Personality Before I had children, I did not believe that birth order could affect the personality of a person. But now I have three beautiful yet very different daughters. So different that not only is it sometimes hard to believe they come from the same two parents, it’s sometimes hard to believe they come from the same species! I have come up with three categories to describe the peculiarities of birth order, the Perfectionist, the Tornado, and the Princess, at least as they pertain to my daughters

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    "[takes] great pride in telling me which of my guests were well brought up, which were of good family, who were sportsmen, a French word pronounced with the accent on the men. The only trouble was that people who did not fall into any of those three categories were very liable to be told there was no one home, chez Barnes" (p 60). This shows how important wealth and back ground is, but the ones who are part of the `lost generation' are not included into any of those simply because their background

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    The Degradation of Women in American Scholar In "The American Scholar," Ralph Waldo Emerson characterizes the nature of the American scholar in three categories: nature, books, and action.  The scholar is one who nature mystifies, because one must be engrossed with nature before he can appreciate it.  In nature, man learns to tie things together; trees sprout from roots, leaves grow on trees, and so on.  Man learns how to classify the things in nature, which simplifies things in his mind (section

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    precious fling. And the fling meant, at the moment, the gypsy. The marriage, at the age of twenty-six, meant Leo or Gerry. So, a woman could eat her cake and have her bread and butter (Lawrence, 99). All of the male characters fall into one of three categories: bread and butter, cake or servants. None of the servants have names, they are all non-entities that are there only to serve a certain function. For example: tending the garden and warning of the approaching flood, or rescuing Yvette from the

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    more athletic, and better looking children. Also, genetic engineering could also be used to clone humans (Kevles 354), a topic of much discussion of late. Kevin T. Fitzgerald divided potential scenarios for using cloning technology into three categories: "Producing a clone in order to save the life of an individual who requires a transplant; making available another reproductive option for people who wish to have genetically related children, but face physical or chr... ... middle of paper

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    Essay on Evil in The Holy Bible

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    The Purpose of Evil in the Bible God looked at everything He had made, and it was very good (Genesis 1:31)    Five times in Genesis 1, God looks at that which He has created, and pronounces it "good". Then on the sixth day He creates Man, and says that His creation is now "very good". God's pronouncement of His creation, which would be everything around us and includes ourselves, as "very good" is hard to reconcile with that which we see on a daily basis -- a reality in which we experience much

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    Three Immigrant Types in Mukherjee's Jasmine

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    Three Immigrant Types in Mukherjee's Jasmine The complex journey of immigration and the hardships immigrants undergo are common themes in Bharati Mukherjee's writings. The author, an immigrant herself, tries to show the darker side of immigration, especially for Hindu women, that is not often portrayed in other immigrant narratives. In the novel, Jasmine Mukhedee uses three types of immigrants to show how different the hardships of adhering to life in an adopted country can be. Her main immigrant

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    forgiveness, and hope for the masses. Research available on this period ranges from 18th century newspapers and letters to current literary criticism of discourse of the period. However, the resources selected for this review can be placed into three categories: 1) ministers 2) sermons and correspondence and 3) historic, sociological, and religious significance. Ministers The ministers of the Great Awakening certainly account for the tremendous success that the movement attained. George Whitefield

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    Aristotle’s Three Categories of Friendships

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    friendships an expected response to self-disclosure is the key to the formation of a possible everlasting bond between two people. Not only does a friendship grow from those two things ... ... middle of paper ... ...sidered friends into Aristotle’s three categories of friendships. I quickly came to the realization that my only true friends are my sisters. They are the only people I will lay my life down for and they love me for me and I love them for who they are and not what they can give me or I can

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    I think that I am a person that does achieve all 3 categories in many ways. Out of all three categories I believe that my physical health is my strongest. My physical strength is my strongest because I play many sports and I have been playing many sports for a long time. My second strongest health is social because I make friends very easily and I am not very shy. Also, because I am on so many sports teams it gets me out there socializing with my teammates. When I go to soccer ID camps, I meet new

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    1. There are several events that provoke stress responses. The three categories of events are catastrophes, significant life changes, and daily hassles and social stress. We respond and adapt to stress by taking part in the three stages of the general adaptation syndrome. The first stage is when you have an alarm reaction. This means that blood is diverted to skeletal muscles and you feel a very faint shock. The next phase is when you are in the response phase. This is where you cope with whatever

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    Categorized Poems from Subjects for other Conversations In John Stigall’s book, Subjects for Other Conversations, all of the thirty-seven poems can be placed into one of five different categories. These categories include sadness, racism, happiness, sex, and religion. Sadness, the first category, includes ten of the thirty seven poems. These poems express hate, anger, and depression about many things in life, from growing old to losing a child. These poems are “Poem on Turning Forty,” “Poem on Turning

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    if retrieval induced forgetting occurred in groups of categories. In the experiment the researchers gave people lists of categorized words and then asked them to retrieve some of the words from some of the categories. Then during another memory test, hit rates were lower for items that had not previously been retrieved but that came from a category from which other category members had been retrieved than for items that were in category groups from which no items had been retrieved. The researcher's

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    one or more of three categories defined by Merchant. These categories are hierarchy, dialectics, or pastoral. The hierarchy category includes masculine aspects such as activeness, dominance, and adventure. On the other hand, the pastoral category is the opposite of the hierarchy category and includes more feminine ideas such as passiveness, peacefulness, and motherhood. The remaining dialectic category is one that is hard to define because it is neither active nor passive. This category falls in between

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    determining its role in Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS). People with KS are distinguished by their placement in four categories. The first category consists of elderly males of Mediterranean or Eastern European Jewish descent. The second category consists of individuals of all ages from Africa. Neither one of these categories is associated with immune deficiency or known environmental factors. The last two categories are associated with organ transplants or HIV-1. In all forms of KS males are predominantly affected

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