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...spiritual and multicultural perspectives, it may be unethical. However, as a Christian counsellor, it will be crucial to expound to the young man the importance of prayer and how it works. If the young man accepts prayer, then it would be vital that the prayer should not be a form of condemnation, but to give hope and strength to the young man. This will ensure that all the ethical consideration in a clinical setting are observed. It is also vital that the young man accepts prayer in this setting to ensure that prayer is effective in helping him overcome his problem. Reference Weld C and Eriksen, K. (2007). Christian Clients’ Preferences Regarding Prayer as a...
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...theology scholars such as Graham and Stott. The concern for gifts, spiritual healing, revival and liberated worship in all parts of the world, led to the spread of evangelism in Asia, South America and Africa. The author discusses how issues of Gender, Hermeneutics and sexual Ethics contributed to growth of evangelism in the 21st century (Stanley 87). The debate... The Global Diffusion of Evangelism “The Global Diffusion of Evangelism” is a powerful book that is well researched and written by Brian Stanley. The book explores the spread of evangelism in the 21st century. Several authors have written about the topic of evangelism, but none of them has explored the issues of evangelism as Stanly. The...
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Journal Article Review
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...spiritual and multicultural perspectives, it may be unethical. However, as a Christian counsellor, it will be crucial to expound to the young man the importance of prayer and how it works. If the young man accepts prayer, then it would be vital that the prayer should not be a form of condemnation, but to give hope and strength to the young man. This will ensure that all the ethical consideration in a clinical setting are observed. It is also vital that the young man accepts prayer in this setting to ensure that prayer is effective in helping him overcome his problem. Reference Weld C and Eriksen, K. (2007). Christian Clients’ Preferences Regarding Prayer as a Counseling...
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Evolutionary psychology
Evolutionary psychology
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...Psychology a Metatheory for Psychology? A Discussion of Four Major Issues in Psychology from an Evolutionary Developmental Perspective,” written by Ploeger, van der Maas, and Raijmakers, is an in depth look at the aspects of human mind that are yet to be clearly understood by the psychologists, and that still creates debate in the field of psychology. The article aims to understand if evolutionary psychology has potential to become a metatheory for psychology. In an effort to know this, the authors have compared the views and perspectives of evolutionary psychology and evolutionary developmental biology to see if evolutionary psychology is complete... ?Summary Tenets The article “Is Evolutionary...
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Religion in America
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...religion in relationship to slavery, the Civil War, and changes in the religious landscape. It is in this background that the article "Bush Tells Group He Sees a 'Third Awakening'" should be understood... The Awakening The article from the Washington Post d "Bush Tells Group He Sees a 'Third Awakening'" has caused a serious discussion about the first and second 'Great Awakening' in the religious history of America, and it raises questions regarding whether there is a "Third Awakening." This question can only be answered in the lights of a profound understanding of the so-called "First Great Awakening" and "Second Great Awakening." First of all, the First Great Awakening, commonly called the Great...
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Psychology 101
Psychology 101
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...Psychology The use of movies in teaching advanced psychology s is an important pedagogical technique,because it helps students apply knowledge acquired in their psychology classes into real life. This is significant because it encourages critical through in psychological studies. In this paper, three movies are analyzed in terms of their significance in relation to psychological studies, theories and principles. “Legally Blonde” is a romantic comedy produced in 2001 and directed by Luketic. The movie is starred by Reeese Witherspoon (Elle). Elle is the sorority president and Miss Hawaii and calendar girl in campus. She also has a perfect East Coast, blue blood and wealthy boyfriend... Movies and...
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Robinson Crusoe Religion
Robinson Crusoe Religion
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...spiritual autobiography. While Robinson Crusoe reveals to us the story ofhis life, we can clearly see the role that religion played in Robinson's deliverance. From his father's warning about leaving home, to later escaping an island after 28 years of exile, one becomes a witness to Robinson's spiritual rebirth and growth. This novel takes the reader on a spiritual journey hidden beneath the adventures of Robinson Crusoe's life experiences. Robinson Crusoe's autobiography elaborates on the idea of redemption and deliverance. His life experiences give detail on how they come to us under the most unexpected times and circumstances... Anamary Aramillo Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe, is best ified as a...
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Psychology 201
Psychology 201
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...reviews. What kind of sports, if any, do you follow? Basketball of course! NBA games. Imagine you have a person in your home country who is just 17 years old and wants to move to America permanently. What would you say to this person? Give this person three best, from your view, suggestions on what she/he has to do to succeed in the United States.  First, know yourself; it’s very difficult to have an identity crisis in a foreign land. Second, love your roots, a green card will not change who you really are! It is just valid legally but you can never change who you really are. Never ever deny what country you came from, be proud, embrace our culture and even if migration... ?Age: 45 years old Gender: Male ...
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History of Psychology Evaluation
History of Psychology Evaluation
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...Psychology Evaluation: Neurology and Psychology - History and Systems of Psychology History of Psychology Evaluation: Neurology and Psychology - History and Systems of Psychology Abstract The current paper is an evaluation made by the writer of the review of Jessica Hamel, History and Systems of Psychology in which she considered and compared two papers seeking alliance of neurological studies for maximizing gains for psychological understanding. The papers considered thereof, were 'On the Relation of Neurology to Psychology' written by Henry H. Donaldson in 1889, and 'The Psychologist's Use of Neurology' written by Madison Bentley in 1937. Both cited in different editions of the American... History of...
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...spiritual level that we as human beings can be aware of. Unlike in Christian theology where a person can either go to heaven or hell depending on the merit of his or her stay on earth, the Confucian view about life and death does not end in heaven or hell but rather a cycle of retribution where the soul will continue to live or be reincarnated in another form of life depending on how he or she behaved during the duration of the present life. Unlike the traditional view of heaven where the soul has to leave the body to enjoy or go to heaven, the soul... will advance to a higher being as a form of heaven in Confucianism until it reaches perfection. The Immanent and Transcendent The immanent...
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Critical Book Review on The Christain Pastorby Wayne Oates
Critical Book Review on The Christain Pastorby Wayne Oates
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...psychology, theology and behavioral sciences and vital in the ministry, pastors are supposed to base their references on the Holy Bible solely. The pastors, being human, have to be guided. In this respect, Wayne seems to be trying to help in being a bridge to guide the pastors on the normal issues faced by Christians. This is, however, commendable as the Bible to some extent focuses mainly on Christianity, righteousness and spirituality. Furthermore, the fact that Christianity involves Christians and that these Christians... The Christian Pastor and Number Introduction Born in the year of 1917 on June 24 in a very poor family in South Carolina’s Greenville, Wayne Oates had to live a life without a father ...
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Book Review (Wright) Knowing Jesus Through Old Testament
Book Review (Wright) Knowing Jesus Through Old Testament
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...theology of Christianity as a whole, and how the reader, assumedly Christian, can better themselves within their gospel and take on a new meaning to the teachings of Christ as seen through the lens and the scope of the Old Testament and the Jewish faith. Brief Summary The book is a rich and spiritual theological discussion, wrapped in the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills (Exodus 31:3). Wright’s book decides to split up the story of Jesus as he prepares to incorporate him into the Old Testament into five separate but crucial parts: Jesus’s story, the promises he declares, the ones he fulfills, His identity, and lastly... Blank Page for Table of...
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Earth Science movie review
Earth Science movie review
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...Spirituality: Theology And Film in Dialogue. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. Print Yoram, Allon., & Del, Cullen., & Hannah, Patterson. Contemporary North American Film Directors. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2008. Print... Earth Science What was this film about? What was the premise of the story? Armageddon was a film filmed in the year 1980it was directed by Michael Bay and shot by Disneys. This film is about an asteroid compared to the size of Texas being in a collision course with the Earth. An American organisation NASA brings together a team of oil drillers who are the best in the world (Frederic 14). NASA plans to send them to deep core driller in the world to plant a nuclear warhead...
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Movies and Psychology
Movies and Psychology
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...Psychology The use of movies in teaching advanced psychology s is an important pedagogical technique, because it helps students apply knowledge acquired in their psychology classes into real life. This is significant because it encourages critical through in psychological studies. In this paper, three movies are analyzed in terms of their significance in relation to psychological studies, theories and principles. “Legally Blonde” is a romantic comedy produced in 2001 and directed by Luketic. The movie is starred by Reeese Witherspoon (Elle). Elle is the sorority president and Miss Hawaii and calendar girl in campus. She also has a perfect East Coast, blue blood and wealthy boyfriend... ? Movies and...
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4-MAT review
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...review In the literature review, the researchers discussed how the concept of forgiveness has expanded from a religious one to more of a relationship construct in Psychology and Theology. The researchers illustrated how important it was to study the topic at hand, as it not only concerns participants in the study but everyone within intimate... Forgiveness: A Perception And Motivation Study Among Married Adults Jose Orathinkal, Alfons Vansteenwegen & Roger Burggraeve A Critique of the Article (Name of Student) (Name of University) Summary Orathinkal, Vansteenwegen and Burggraeve (2008) studied married adults’ understanding of the perception and motivation of forgiveness. 785 married adults of whom 424 ...
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...Review al Affiliation Peer Review Response to Post mate One strongly agrees with the points and insights that were shared. Most importantly, one contends that the smooth and successful integration of members into a cohesive team depends largely on the skills of the leader. Different concepts have been relayed regarding group (or team) development and how leaders play a crucial role in ensuring that relevant concerns, especially those mentioned in the five principles, are effectively addressed. One also believes that no two situations are similar. As such, leaders who are competent to discern the uniqueness of each member, as well as the distinctiveness of...
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...spirituality in the book. The early Christians never had The New Testament. The New Testament only came later where it also ended up being the crucial weapon in the battle for dominance among different factions. The book facilitated the unity of many disparate churches into orthodoxy. However, the orthodoxy promoted negative views of those whose "scriptures" that were omitted in the New Testament. In general, The New Testament is just but a set of writings, which supports particular Christianity views. Ehrman has an account... Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew The book has three major sections. The initial section has a focus on the role of four Christians...
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...Review (psychology) Crash (2004 film) Introduction Summary of main plot/characters/psy principles of the movie The2004 film produced by Paul Haggis is about the racial and social tensions that affect Los Angeles, California. Main characters include ‘Jean Cabot’ (Sandra Bullock), Officer ‘John Ryan’ (Matt Dillon), ‘Christine Thayer’ (Thandie Newton), ‘Det. Graham Waters’ (Don Cheadle) and ‘Cameron Thayer’ (Terrence Howard). In Los Angeles, individuals’ lives interlink since the town has different races living therein. The plot of the movie rotates around everyday life experiences and in particular racism and social unfairness. Those who act in the film perform exceptionally and they show how... Movie...
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...Review Introduction The increasing frequencies of illegal activities, religion policy, economic turmoil and social developments in recent yearshave never been restrained from influencing the relations between Western, European and Islamic societies. It has been witnessed that many large media firms in the Western region portray a rough picture of the religion having minimum knowledge regarding the true Islamic principles and thus affecting the emotions of Muslims worldwide. Moved by such biased description of the religious principles of Islam, resulting in the continuous misunderstanding and falling respect of the religious within the...
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...religion, health and medical history as well as openly ended interviews and psychological tests. In the interest of analysing the culture of poverty in his home country, the study was conducted in Puerto Rico in a hundred slum dwelling families. As his understudy’s two Mexican assistants whose families had previously been studies were used. These would provide credible correlation on the experience of the culture of poverty. Lewis (1966) asserts there are preconditions that must exist culture of poverty to persist; the culture of poverty is first set on a cash economy that has wage... The culture of poverty The culture of poverty Introduction Poverty and the culture of poverty are not synonymous but...
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MOVIE REVIEW
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...review and critique Film Water (India, 2005, director: Deepa Mehta) Instructions: Complete all sections below in paragraph form. You will be graded on content, organization, and accuracy of language and sentence structure. I. Brief summary: highlight 3-5 main events in the film (100-200 words): Chuiya, the lead role in Water (2005) is an eight years old girl who is widowed recently. Her parents leave her in an ashram, where she is supposed to live the rest of her life in renunciation. This event is of great significance because it sets the plot and the mood of the movie. The audience is introduced to the religious custom of Hindus regarding the fate of widows in these...
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...religion, in the movie. The movie’s storyline brings out this aspect successfully. Charlie is good-willed, despite the rut he finds himself in. The convictions he has for Catholicism is still deeply etched in his person and he resultantly seeks redemption in the Catholic Church, albeit unsuccessfully. He sacrifices himself for his friend Johnny to gain this redemption. The church’s act of turning down Charlie’s noble intent... ?Insert Introduction The film Mean Streets was released in 1973, having been directed by Martin Scorsese and ed by MartinScorsese himself, and his college, Martin Mardik. The film has been a success, going by the fact that the Library of Congress included it in the US National Film ...
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Religion and Knowledge: Dimensions of Ninian Smart
Religion and Knowledge: Dimensions of Ninian Smart
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...Religion and Knowledge: Dimensions of Ninian Smart Since time immemorial religion has always been the key to gaining a wider knowledge base and learning of new and better means to express the knowledge within. Professor Roderick Ninian Smart is a well known author who has also been credited with taking religious studies to a level where secularity and openness become the norm of the day. A Scottish by descent, he has written many a revolutionary volumes on the actual essence of religion and religious thinking. (www.wikipedia.com) As a religious writer, Ninian Smart has managed to demonstrate the various levels at which religious thinking...
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Religion and A Man for All Seasons
Religion and A Man for All Seasons
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...Religion and A Man for All Seasons Religion has always been the most powerful dominating power of the majority of states, kingdoms and dynasties. It is easy to say that religions have always ruled the world. It is easy to convince a hard mind by the use of flexible words of religion. This is the reason that there have always been conflicts in the name of religion. Religion has been exploited by many powerful hands in the accomplishment of their unjust wishes. In A Man for All Seasons, a play by Robert Bolt, the writer has reflected his narration of the true story of English history. Sir Thomas More, a dedicated Catholic, is the main... ?Irshad Ahmad Academia-Research.Com Order # 772576 December 15,...
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...Review (psychology) Crash (2004 film) Introduction Summary of main plot/characters/psy principles of the movie The2004 film produced by Paul Haggis is about the racial and social tensions that affect Los Angeles, California. Main characters include ‘Jean Cabot’ (Sandra Bullock), Officer ‘John Ryan’ (Matt Dillon), ‘Christine Thayer’ (Thandie Newton), ‘Det. Graham Waters’ (Don Cheadle) and ‘Cameron Thayer’ (Terrence Howard). In Los Angeles, individuals’ lives interlink since the town has different races living therein. The plot of the movie rotates around everyday life experiences and in particular racism and social unfairness. Those who act in the film perform exceptionally and they show how... ? Movie...
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...Review: Whitebread et al (2009) Main points of the article, 3 important facts and why the issues raised are important The main points of thearticle were to establish what exactly children learn when they were engaged in play, to home in on and explore self-regulatory behavior, and to see how and why this behavior is effective in preparing children for “effortful, problem-solving or creative tasks” (Whitbread et al, 2009, p. 40). Three important facts mentioned in the article are first, that children learn through play, secondly, that it is difficult for educators fully to realise the potential of play and thirdly, that self-regulatory abilities impact significantly on learning over... are for...
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...Review The novel “The Souls of the Black Folk” was written by W.E.B Du Bois to show how the souls of black people are in strife. The aim of the author is to make readers feel the achievements, loses and pain of blacks. The major thought in the novel is the division of blacks and whites. The history of the blacks is described via slavery, politics, share cropping, abolition and education. The book looks at things from black and American views simultaneously. History has proved that people have always been trying to find ways of being better than others. The issue of race was created by society. The legacy of racism together with its effects on the lives of black people is emphasized... the...
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...religion. The author does not relate properly on how religion affects breaking chains of slavery. I feel these points on this chapter are not well connected and not important. In conclusion, Dr. Akbar gives a clear fine print on the tips to breaking psychological chains of slavery. His concepts on wealth and property are viable since the African Americans... This book discusses different features of the psychological effects of slavery on the modern mindset of African Americans. The book also discusses in length how to solve these problems. It gives a clear manual on ways to overcome the psychological damage. From an African American perspective, this book is important to understand how the roots of...
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...Psychological Review, 84. 2 (1977): 191-215. Web. 22 Nov 2013. Hoyt, Crystal and Jim Blascovich. "Leadership Efficacy and Women Leaders' Responses to Stereotype Activation." Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 10. 4 (2007): 595-616. Print. Pennbaker, James W and Deborah Y Sanders. "American graffiti: Effects of authority and reactance arousal.." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2. 3 (1976): 264-267. Print. Sandberg, Sheryl. Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. UK: Random House, 2013. Print.... ? “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead Book Review “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead” by Sheryl Sandberg is a hit in the business field in 2013. A...
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...psychology, with both presenting pathological cases that were treated by careful manipulation of the patient’s psychology. In Henry Poole Is Here, the main protagonist’s psychology is manipulated by a group of religious believers; in Lars and the Real Girl, a psychologist uses the patient’s belief to cure him of delusion. This essay offers a review of the two movies and their implications to modern medicine. Henry Poole Is Here This movie causes the audience to rethink their perceptions on faith healing, and want to believe the ease... when he is cured for his terminal illness (Henry Poole Is Here). Implication on Medicine. The results of the film can be used to explain the placebo effect,...
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Movie review: Sabah, Ae Fond Kiss or Monsieur Ibrahim
Movie review: Sabah, Ae Fond Kiss or Monsieur Ibrahim
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...religion is thought to be the best religion in the eyes of those who practice it, the Quran also proclaims that the right religion is Islam (Khalida, 83). The question as to which religion is superior is likely to rise among different religions, each trying to argue proficiently that their religion is superior (Ernst, 44). The movie trying to depict that religious tolerance is nor realistic since today’s contemporary society is not characterized by religious tolerance. Muslim emphasize on legal and ethical practice as compared to theology and doctrine (Ernst, 45), yet the movie Monsieur Ibrahim emphasizes on doctrines and theology. M. Ibrahim. Is quoted on many occasions saying “Je... Movie Review:...
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Religion and Mysticism in the Book of Margery Kempe
Religion and Mysticism in the Book of Margery Kempe
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...spiritual biography and historical narrative, explores the tenuous relationship between religious experience and mystic phenomena. With reference to a number of academic sources, this essay will examine the religion/mysticism context of Kempe's narrative, but more importantly, her portrayal of self, for there will be found... the reality of life as a medieval Christian mystic, in 'The Book of Margery Kempe'. Roman Catholicism was the dominant religion of Kempe's world, and as her mystic phenomena is a direct result/product of her relationship with the Church and its saviour, Jesus Christ, entrenched religious dogma governed how proceedings were handled. Catholicism adheres to...
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...Review: The Moral Advantage The book The Moral Advantage by William Damon is a remarkable piece of writing reflecting the phenomenon behind business success in terms of moral and ethical considerations. This book was published in 2004 by Berret-Koehler Publishers. This paper aims to present a profound review of this book, which will illustrate how this book relates to my personal interest in the field of business. The author William Damon was born in Massachusetts and went to Philips Academy for initial education. For further education, he went to University College Berkley, where he received a doctorate in the developmental psychology and...
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Compare and contrast the difference between a psychotherapy threatment and religion
Compare and contrast the difference between a psychotherapy threatment and religion
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...Psychological Treatments. The Canadian Psychology Association, pp. 1-29. Handzo, G., 2009. Cultural & Spiritual Sensitivity: A Learning Module for Health Professionals. Sue Wintz and Earl Cooper, pp. 1-50. Hefti, R., 2011. Integrating Religion and Spirituality into Mental Health Care, Psychiatry, and Psychotherapy. Religions, Vol. 2, pp. 611-627. Howard, K. I. & et. al., 2004. Evaluation of Psychotherapy. Psychotherapies, pp. 1-20. Kriston, L. & et. al., 2010. Effectiveness of Psychotherapeutic, Pharmacological, and Combined Treatments for Chronic Depression: A Systematic Review. BMC Psychiatry, Vol. 10, No. 95, pp. 1-6... Compare and Contrast the Difference between a Psychotherapy Treatment and Religion ...
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Movie Review: American Beauty
Movie Review: American Beauty
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...Review: American Beauty In his work, How Movies Helped Save My Soul, Higgins challenged us to examine a movie or film for underlying issues that are eating at our subconscious, and sometimes even conscious, psyche. We tend to observe the world around us from a distance, keeping as far away from unpleasant circumstances as can comfortably be. This rose-colored view of the world keeps us from engaging the real issues in our lives. Higgins asks us to move out of our comfort zone and into reality, knowing that when we begin to approach reality versus the fantasy of wishful thinking, that is when we do the true work of theology and draw closer to God. Each of Higgins chapters addresses... ...
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...review for Ishmael by Daniel Quinn In chapters 11 to 13 of the book the starts to elaborate the concept of mythology and the effects it has on ethics by providing relevant examples. In an interesting way, he relates this major concept to its ability to bring about sustainability. It is brought out in a better way by the use of Socratic dialogue within the text. The technique makes it possible for the reader to get more information from the story teller, especially as he provides a good relation of culture with the element of mythology. Thus, it makes the reader to reflect on the ways that he lives his life and questions himself on how the functions in the society are. This is in the way... number Book...
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...psychological, and scientific consequences among them.” (Winchester 68) Winchester portrays the violent and vehement eruption of Javanese island of Krakatoa by the use of the personal encounter of the ones who were able to survive the catastrophe that wiped out about two thirds of the inhabitants in the island. According to Winchester, he saw Krakatoa as one colossal entity that showed “a wonderfully seductive combination of qualities, being beautiful and dangerous, unpredictable and unforgettable." (Winchester 4) Certainly, it was unforgettable for many as the eyewitnesses provide a dismaying and striking... ?Jerry Ciacho November 3, Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded British journalist, explorer and...
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Article Review
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...review paper will analyze the article entitled “Public Accountants’ Perceptions of The Acceptability of Earnings Management Practices through the Employment of GAAP in the Post-Sox Period”. It is the general presumption that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles are used as a means... ? Research Paper Analysis: Public Accountants’ Perceptions of The Acceptability of Earnings Management Practices through the Employment of GAAP in the Post-Sox Period Name Institution Research Paper Analysis: Public Accountants’ Perceptions of The Acceptability of Earnings Management Practices through the Employment of GAAP in the Post-Sox Period Introduction The use of earnings management is proving to be the center of...
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...religion. On the other hand, the son shows very little commit to the religion. Until he is forced by the father to join him to Mecca, he refuses to go citing that he has exams to sit. In addition, he keeps a non-Muslim girlfriend which is against the Islam teaching. He also brings in a dancer... Film #1Le Grand Voyage The father is a very committed Muslim who practices and observes all rituals in Islam. This is demonstrated his visitation to Mecca as a part of the five pillars of Muslim faithful. In additional, he decides to travel by roads a journey thousands of kilometers away instead of using air. This is done as a sign of meekness and is normally done by Muslims who are well grounded in the...
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...Review of Psychology, Issue 3, page 279 – 305... Book Review ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ By Carnegie Dale Introduction and Brief Overview of the Book: The book ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ written by Carnegie Dale is mainly about building the relationships between people so that they can ensure business and personal success. According to this book, making friends is not at all a difficult or time-consuming job; the only requirement is the guts or the skills, which any person should possess. There are many principals, which are highlighted in the book, which actually helps a person to become friendlier towards others and thus maintaining good relationships. Criticism is the...
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...Review: “Rationality planning and the state” is a very thought provoking article by (Darke). Darke has made a very good attempt to define “rationality” in his own way that may / may not be very rational. The article begins by discussing the conventional ways in which rationality is defined that frequently give rise to dualism of rationality and various thinking and acting modes. Darke is against the belief that behavior patterns should be aligned with the objectives in order to attain them. Darke draws the definition of approaches to rationality from their context. Darke emphasizes upon an ideological use of rationality. Likewise, planning also leads... simple. Ideas are well related and the...
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...Review Performance management techniques deliver company sustainability objectives because they offer useful detailsfor employees technique for analyzing the potency of other HR techniques (for instance, comparing efficiency before and after an expensive training course to figure out whether training made a difference). Efficiency control techniques also offer a documentation purpose; for example, they assistance HR choices and help fulfil law. This essay focuses on reviewing ‘The Art and Science of 360 Degree Feedback’ by Lepsinger and Lucia (2009). Chapter one focuses on the basics of 360-degree feedback. As the title implies, this chapter offers basic...
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...Review Table of Contents Business Literature Review Table of Contents 2 Literature Review I – Informal Finance in China 3 Introduction 4 Research and Analysis 4 Conclusion 7 Literature Review II –B2B relationships in China 8 Introduction 9 Research and Analysis 9 Conclusion 12 Reference List 13 Literature Review I – Informal Finance in China Introduction Informal financing refers to financial sources that do not belong to the organised banking and financial sector of the economy. In China, there are many types of informal financers such as, Rotating Savings and Credit Associations (lending cooperatives formed by members of the society) like, bahui, hehui and yaohui, private... ?Business Literature Review ...
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...Review: Persepolis Introduction The film Persepolis involves the 1970’s setting of Iran based on the events of a young girl’s life. The protagonist, Marjane Satrapi, comes from an idealistic background motivated by a dream to oust the leader of Iran through the Iranian Revolution, 1979. As Marji becomes a woman, she does not like the new Iran governed by Islamist fanatics. Marji challenges the basis for the injustices in the country; thus, her parents send her abroad. The film begins with Marji intending to board a plane but hesitates, leading to flashback scenes. Personal Response The film is a classical work of art coupled with scenes equivalent to historical education....
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...Review Written and published in the early 1990s by the English-speaking historian, Prof. Edward Muir, the book, Mad Blood Stirring was accredited by many around the world. The theme of the book concentrates on the most debated custom of ancient Italy, especially that of Friuli, called vendetta, which laid its most profound impacts during European renaissance. The dramatic juxtapositions of the characters portrayed in the drama reflected through many ups and downs of the renaissance period in Italy, focused on the city of Friuli. The book has not only been much celebrated as a historic literature that was able to portray the then societal concerns and conflicts, but was also applauded for its...
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...Review Bibliographic Information/Introduction The article in review is by Carroll B. Archie d, “The Pyramid of Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management and Organizational Stakeholders.” It is an article that was published in the year 1991, which aims to discuss the numerous ideas behind organizations, their stakeholders, and the environment in which they are located. In the beginning, it was not clear what corporate social responsibility entailed, except for the fact that organizations had a financial obligation to the immediate environment. However, it became clear that social responsibility entailed more than just the financial debt to the community. The purpose of the article... Article...
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...Review, Sociology Topic: book review The field of social science deals with the society as a whole and the relationships of all individuals living in it. The term social science include a wide area of studies including humanities, political science, anthropology, economics, even cultural studies and other such areas. It is often referred to as being the study or the science of the society. It deals with all the mechanisms, workings as well as the problems of the society. In the past, a lot of research has been done in the field of social science. Modern social science has seen names like Max Weber and Karl Marx who are known as the fathers of this field of study. Social scientists use... Book...
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...Review (a) The video explains the significance of the of Jerusalem to the Jews, Muslims and the Christians. It clearly s that the Jews have a historical connection with the city of Jerusalem. The video further explains that the Christians see Jerusalem as their holiest city while the Muslims consider the city as their holiest city after Mecca. The video claims that the Jews inhabit most part of Jerusalem as they inhabit the most part of West Jerusalem. The Christians also hold the city of Jerusalem dear to their heart as they go there en masse from year to year for the holy pilgrimage, while the Muslims consider the city as a sacred site. The video further explains that the three groups... Movie Review...
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...Review of Is China Buying the World? A Book Review The aim of this journalistic book review is to conduct an in-depth analysis of the book entitled “Is China Buying the World?” written by Peter Nolan in 2012. It should be noted that the book under analysis is divided into four chapters with a brief conclusion which summarizes all the claims and addresses of the author. It can be said that the book is a lens to look at the history in less vivid manner. The narratives of the book are mainly convincing and easy to understand. The book has been widely acclaimed for the quality of arguments that have been posed concerning the debate regarding Chinese economy... . The publishing home of the book is...
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...spiritual dedication of attending to the poor is an integral step. The scripture reads: “You would not have condemned the innocent (Mathew 12:7).” This implies that researchers and counselors enjoy the mandate of achieving psychological tasks that are encouraged by the scriptures and other different environments with diverse clients. However, spiritual intervention usually interferes with research findings when they are geared toward clients. This is because the results differ fundamentally... Journal Review Research is an essential step when one wants to determine the facts behind a phenomenon. On that aspect, considering cultural context forms the overall body of research...
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