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The most important elements of proper Communication in a job interview
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...action speaks louder than words". Gestures: Gestures should go along with your personality, and must be real. Do not use artificial gestures to highlight the importance of the issue. One should not use a speech with too many "uh's", "ur's"or "hms". Space: One should recognize the boundaries between personal space and that of others. If you are typical of most Americans, it ranges... Farzeela Faisal Standard Academia Research Oct-26-2005 "The most important elements of proper Communication in a job interview" Communication whether done in everyday matters or done for a specific task, influences our lives deeply and is a reflection of our personality. Whenever we present ourselves in front of an employer...
Classroom needs
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...Action speaks louder than words. Same way experiments infuse more knowledge than mere speech. The experiments to be performed need to be selected carefully by the teacher depending on the grade and the interest of the children. 6. Integrating activities: Activities such as Do-It-Yourself and group activities, either games or extra circular activities will not improve the creativity of the children... ROOM NEEDS Of all the teacher jobs, teaching to the elementary school children is most challenging and responsible job. The job of elementary teaching demands 1. Creativity 2. Patience 3. Observation and Analysis 4. Homogenous Atmosphere. The teacher's job is not merely to teach the alphabets and their per...
Essay about the comparison of the content of the documentary to the value of dance as non-verbal communication, or simply answer
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...Action speaks louder than words.” This universal adage is the essence that can be found in the exercise of a non-verbal communication. Such is thecase in the documentary film, “War Dance,” which was set in Northern Uganda where Patongo Camp is located. The film which speaks of the atrocities inflicted on the people captured and enslaved by the rebel group, the Lord’s Resistance Army, is effective in conveying the hopeful message to the audience about the truth of how life is lived and how the children struggle for survival in the camp of Patongo. Although for some critics, the film is full...
Experimental film&video
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...action speaks louder than words. The lack of dialogues in the film forces the viewers to focus more and to watch the film as it is, without the nuisance of spoken language. As Stan Brakhage has succinctly declared in Metaphors on Vision, “there is a pursuit of knowledge foreign to language and founded upon visual communication, demanding a development of the optical mind, and dependent upon perception in the original and deepest sense of the word.” (120) The film would also qualify as a Kinoks film as described in the famous article, We: Variant of a Manifesto, where Dziga Vertov declared that, “We... The Heart of the World The short film, “The Heart of the World” is without doubt a masterpiece. The film ...
Argument/Rhetorical Analysis
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...actions of people, as commonly said, action speaks louder than words, and sure it does for this advert. Similarly, there is also use of sound whereby in the background an artist sings about the kindness of Africa. In addition, the advert uses also print with careful choice of words to enhance their message of persuasiveness. What is more captivating about the advert is that it is set in community where people seem to be poor, but they are ready to share their kindness with strangers and among one another despite the poor economic status... , diction, details, sentence structure and language to draw the consumers’ attention to their products and make an ethical appeal (Köksal 77). This means...
Topic: Analyse the impact of climate change on a New Zealand business and on wider New Zealand society (1500 words)
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...Action speaks louder than words: Adjusting the New Zealand economy to a low emissions world. Discussion Paper 2008/1. Retrieved from: Pewter Center. (2011).. Climate Change 101. Retrieved form Valtorta, S.E. (n.d.) Animal Production In A Changing Climate: Impacts And Mitigation. Retrieved from: http://animalsciences.missouri.edu/research/bec/Brody%20Lecture%20-%20Valtora.pdf World Trade Organisation. (2008). Globalisation and Trade. in Section B World Trade Report 2008. Retrieved from: http://www.wto.org/english/res_e/booksp_e/anrep_e/wtr08-2b_e.pdf. Last accessed 2nd Jun 2011... ? Climate Change: Analyze The Impact Of Climate Change On A New Zealand Business And On The Wider New Zealand Society....
Bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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...Action speaks louder than words! The dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6 and 8 August, 1945, respectively created catastrophe of monstrous proportions. It also created a dawn of a new era highlighting life and death in a new dimension. Japan, till then, did not realize the intensity of suffering it was inflicting on others. True, they were at the receiving end at the time the bombs were dropped. However, attitudinally, they were far from calling it quits. Even if they were politically... Use of atomic weapons as a case study USE OF ATOMIC WEAPONS AS A CASE STUDY GRACE SARKAR Order No. 345053 08 December 2009 USE OF ATOMIC WEAPONS AS A CASE STUDY Introduction Acti...
Argument/Rhetorical Analysis
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...actions of people, as commonly said, action speaks louder than words, and sure it does for this advert. Similarly, there is also use of sound whereby in the background an artist sings about the kindness of Africa. In addition, the advert uses also print with careful choice of words to enhance their message of persuasiveness. What is more captivating about the advert is that it is set in community where people seem to be poor, but they are ready to share their kindness with strangers and among one another despite the poor economic status... , diction, details, sentence structure and language to draw the consumers’ attention to their products and make an ethical appeal (Koksal 77). This means...
Alice in Wonderland
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...than you, and must know better'; and this Alice would not allow without knowing how old it was, and, as the Lory positively refused to tell its age, there was no more to be said.' Communication breaks down between Alice and the Lory. The Lory could have meant to pose a riddle on the question of his age. What happens when a literary device is insufficient to serve a purpose Then, action speaks louder than words. The evidence... Is Alice in Wonderland a novel of literal nonsense or a work of latent communication Alice in Wonderland (1865) was written by Lewis Carroll (1832 - 1898). It is deceptive to perceive it as a piece of children's literature as it contains many themes and the language play gives rise ...
On Either one of the Prison Epistles or one of the Pastoral Epistles and on one of the General Epistles
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...word but does not do what it says is like a man who looks at his face in the mirror and, after looking at himself, goes away and immediately forgets what he looks like. The impact of this lesson to someone’s life is that someone would be able to value every word and action a person does which will lead him to a better life. It is the same with saying that says “Action speaks louder than words.” If a person knows how to apply whatever the person is telling, people will fully respect that person.... , about what happened to Paul when he was imprisoned and how did the gospel spread throughout the Roman soldiers. The lesson learned from the epistle to the Philippians is in every event that is...
Theories of criminal behaviour
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...ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS - UNDERSTANDING CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR USING CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORIES, Journal Of Internet Banking & Commerce, 17, 1, pp. 1-12, Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 24 January 2014. Watts, S, & McNulty, T 2013, Childhood Abuse and Criminal Behavior: Testing Theory, Journal Of Interpersonal Violence, 28, 15, pp. 3023-3040, CINAHL Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 24 January 2014.... In what ways is Merton’s argument structural and in what ways is it cultural? Firstly, it can be understood that merchants argument is structural in the fact that it refers to processes at societal levels that are ultimately able to impact upon how the individual understands his or her needs. In such ...
Kants philosophy of universalisation
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...action speaks louder than words. Moral person's... Philosophy - Hare and Kant Hare and Kant's point of view - Universalisation ___________ Course Grade: ________ Dated: 2009-01-19 Kant's Philosophy of Universalisation Kant's notion of universalisation refers to the moral law which inspires and teaches us how to consider it as the ultimate truth of the possibility of moral obligation. Kant considers that universalisation refers to the autonomous freedom of every existence which holds the opinion that any practical issue should not be hindered in our way of experiencing moral obligation, since it cannot be explained with reference to any object of the will, or in accordance...
Christ as sacrament of God
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...action speaks louder than words. These retreats are combined with several hours of prayer and reflection. Most retreats concentrate on love for neighbor and love for God. 6) Architectural designs of Church buildings. The children will be shown pictures of the different buildings of the Vatican, like St. Peter's Square, and other Beautiful Church buildings all over the world. By showing the pictures of the BIG churches of Vatican, and also the pictures inside the Vatican and other religious sites made by famous artist, the 16 year olds will surely be moved by the passion of the Catholics during the earlier... Part I CHRIST AS SACRAMENT OF GOD A) Jesus as Man Jesus was born of flesh and blood Matt...
Public Speaking and the Youth of Todayv
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...words "I love you" well enough. But their true importance, their actual meaning, is all wrapped up in how they are spoken, and by whom. Remember that action speaks louder than words. 7. Structure your speech. One valuable way to make your talk memorable is to speak to a structure and make your listeners aware of it. Share with them the form of your thoughts as well as the content and they will be able to follow more complex ideas. It will be easier for you to remember, too. People appreciate the scenery more with a glance at the road map every now and then. Make it clear... Touching Lives Public Speaking and the Youth of Today We cannot NOT communicate. No human activity is so constant, pervasive and...
The Road To Recovery For the State of Illinois
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...actions will save up to 90 billion and till 2042, Illinois will be able to fund each and everything itself. Every year new contributions will be piled up and calculated according to new funding plan and time is not so far when savings will be coming in huge amounts. Action speaks louder than words and this is the name of the game for Quinn, time is critical, decisions are important... Number] The Road to Recovery for the of Illinois Illinois is the fifth most populous and 25thmost extensive state of the United States of America. It is a small state but it possesses great importance in America. President Obama fought his election while living in Chicago that is one of the busiest cities of Illinois. The ...
The Road To Recovery For the State of Illinois
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...actions will save up to 90 billion and till 2042, Illinois will be able to fund each and everything itself. Every year new contributions will be piled up and calculated according to new funding plan and time is not so far when savings will be coming in huge amounts. Action speaks louder than words and this is the name of the game for Quinn, time is critical, decisions are important, people... ? Number] The Road to Recovery for the of Illinois Illinois is the fifth most populous and 25thmost extensive state of the United States of America. It is a small state but it possesses great importance in America. President Obama fought his election while living in Chicago that is one of the busiest cities of...
Alluding to Controversy: When Pictures Speak Louder than Words
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...Speak Louder than Words In her graphic novel Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi makes some very subtle allusions tothemes and subjects that affected her childhood and adolescence. Here, an attempt is made to find one such allusion in her book, and determine how it applies to the entire volume: the allusion or hint at a codified theme in Persepolis is the page where Marjane discusses the changes that take place in her life during and after the revolution in Iran that toppled the rule of the Shah (Chabrol 2009). Most books contain allusions. These are passing references to subjects, themes, persons or places that are significant, or bear some resemblance, to the themes... Alluding to Controversy: When Pictures...
The Irish Historical background seen through the Perspective of Maria Edgeworth
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...action speaks louder than words, than Maria Edgeworth’s action of showing solidarity to her nation Ireland over following the quest of her heart speaks volume of how much she loved her country even... ?THE IRISH HISTORICAL BACKGROUND SEEN THROUGH THE PERSPECTIVE OF MARIA EDGEWORTH The Irish Historical background seen through the Perspective of Maria Edgeworth Maria Edgeworth is best known for her literary contribution to showcase the historical advancement of the eighteenth and nineteenth century Ireland. The period between late eighteenth and early nineteenth century was a time of tremendous political, religious and class tension in Ireland, and Maria Edgeworth belonged to this period. Most probably,...
The Irish Historical background seen through the Perspective of Maria Edgeworth
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...action speaks louder than words, than Maria Edgeworth’s action of showing solidarity to her nation Ireland over following the quest of her heart speaks volume of how much she loved her country even though she did not have any chance to be involved in its politics actively... ?THE IRISH HISTORICAL BACKGROUND SEEN THROUGH THE PERSPECTIVE OF MARIA EDGEWORTH Background of Maria Edgeworth as a Social and Public Personality Born on the first day of the first month of 1786, Maria Edgeworth was an important social figure of Ireland in her generation. Though not an illustrious political figure as her father was, Maria Edgeworth could play a very vital and achieving role of ensuring that society had what it...
Nasser Speaks
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...than in a piece of writing such as in a book which one would expect to be more systematic and follow chapters, and subheadings. An example is when the writer talks about family panning, development in agriculture and the exploitation of natural recourses all in one paragraph and in a manner to suggest that they are all related subjects to the point he is trying to make. One can only assume that that is the way of reasoning within his cultural context where everything is thought of a whole and where everything interacts with everything else in one big complicated whole. That having being said the writer presents solutions... The work looks like an attempt at solving all of Egypt’s problems at one go. The...
Your Words in Action
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... Intergroup Bias theory According to Dr. Keon West, human beings are described as social beings who define themselves by the groups in which they find themselves. My group is that of heterosexual in relation to sexual orientation and the group that I regard as the relevant out-group are the homosexuals. I have negative thoughts about members of this group. I personally consider them to be against the norms and expectations of the society. I deeply believe that these people are shaming the society due to their weird behavior which should not be tolerated in the society. I have prejudged every member of that group as being less concerned with the general expectations of the society since... Intergroup...
Respond to 4 students with no more than 60 words with 2 references each
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...than others. As this was done, it would have been more appropriate if specific instances where researchers could best use these two levels were also discussed into detail. Though much detail was given on the merits of the nominal level (Frankfort-Nachmias & Nachmias, 2008), not much specification was done for researchers who would want to settle on this type measurement to test the validity of their works (Farcao, 2003). REFERENCE LIST Farcao, F (2003). Data Collection and Validity Assessment. PrintMark Publications: Accra Frankfort-Nachmias, C., &Nachmias, D. (2008).Research methods in the social sciences (7th ed.). New York: Worth Publishers.... RESPONSE TO ESSAYS Babatunde Sobanjo The essay presented ...
Knowing a foreign language means much more than knowing words and the rules to combine them
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...than knowing words and the rules to combine them. In order to communicate successfully, one needs to be able to use language which is not only accurate, but also appropriate for the context”. Explain and discuss. My plan revolves around the understanding that my foreign language acquisition should be based on principles which govern the very language in the first place. I plan to learn the rules first so that I do not go haywire. This is needed because it sets the basis for achieving quite a few tasks within the relevant scheme of things. Since I know that words and grammar alone would not be necessary, I would have to find out the exact meanings behind... ?“Knowing a foreign language means much more...
Write a research essay consisting of no less than 500 words answering the following questions
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...words and will. Question 2: What Muslims believe regarding the aforementioned prophets and how they fit in with the basic Islamic message of one God As previously stated Muslims regard the prophets who preceded Muhammad as Allah’s messengers. However, Muslims believe that all the prophets who preceded Muhammad are lower than Muhammad himself, for Muhammad brought fuller and clearer message of Allah. Nevertheless, faith in Allah’s prophets... Religion Number Question Quranic understanding of prophets before Muhammad and the scriptures given to the prophets The Quran teaches that the prophets who predated Muhammad were sent and assigned a special mission or task by Allah to give guidance to man. These p...
Managing Financial Resoures and Decisions 4. Answer 13 questions.No more than 2500 words allowed.
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...words, if the company fails to clear of its loan and interest, the bank will have the option of selling the equipment that was brought against loan in the open market. This process is called hypothecation and saves the bank against the risk of default. Issuing... ?1A The four important sources of finance can be the following Bank Loan 2) Issuing Equity 3) Lease 4) Hire-Purchase Bank Loans are used when acompany needs to borrow a large amount of money. The cost of this money is interest being charged by the banks. The repayment schedule includes repayment of both principle and interest and usually this type of loan is collateralized. The collateral in this case will be the equipment itself. In other...
Do the questions below. ( every questions should be more than 200 words)
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...word “nature” can... Task: Macro and Micro Economics Q: 30. “Give the examples where an ontological ment made by Marx is mis-translated as an epistemological statement”. Marx’s statement regarding ontological analysis of labor is mistranslated as an epistemological statement. This is attributable to Marx’s centrality towards labor when he indicates that labor is the basis of social development. Based on human practice, it is clear that ontological priority of labor exists because no human activity is worthwhile without provision of material conditions that guarantee activity among human beings (Stanley and Wise 1). However, it does not mean that labor is the most valuable practice though some historical ...
Do the questions below. ( every questions should be more than 200 words)
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...than retaliate against the officiating figures of the church and state whose religious efforts may be compared to labor which generates commodity. To this point, the manner of spreading Christianity to increase the number of converts out of several nations via combined work of politics and religion is analogous to the production of commodity through human labor. Just as how commodity works where its use-value sustains the purpose of capital, Christianity can be viewed as an element which, upon successful execution, yields the advantage of obtaining supporters and strong alliances in order to achieve higher socio-political goals... Q.8. What is a commodity? Marx does not give the definition of a...
To write a critique of the paper attached not more than (1500 words).
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...than 1.5 SDs above the age and sex norms and RS-IV on the ADHD Scale were excluded. The participants were not allowed use any other kind... that had isoenzymes were to be excluded. This is because Hypericum perforatum interacts with many of the medicines. Intervention After analyzing the adherence of pill count, those participants who were less than 80% were excluded. Participants who had a dramatic response to placebo trial during the time of run-in phase were also excluded from the trial before randomization. Those participants who made through to all of these factors were considered eligible and were randomized to receive the Hypericum perforatum. This treatment was to...
Do the questions below. ( every questions should be more than 200 words)
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...than retaliate against the officiating figures of the church and state whose religious efforts may be compared to labor which generates commodity. To this point, the manner of spreading Christianity to increase the number of converts out of several nations via combined work of politics and religion is analogous to the production of commodity through human labor. Just as how commodity works where its use-value sustains the purpose of capital, Christianity can be viewed as an element which, upon successful execution, yields the advantage of obtaining supporters and strong alliances in order to achieve higher socio-political goals. Moreover, while the value... ?Q.8. What is a commodity? Marx does not give...
Letter from Birmingham jail by Martin Luther King.
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...words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people’ (King, 4) Strengths – it is an advice for the future generations to speak up when a person knows that he/she is on the right path and with honest intention and their motifs are not harmful but important and progressive. Weaknesses - the quote only advices to speak when one is right but this is not the only solution. In present scenario actions speaks louder than words. In present situation no matter what one speaks, it is the actions that people notice and brings into consideration. 3. After the deep reading... ? ‘Letter from Birmingham jail’ ‘Letter from Birmingham jail’ is a letter written by Martin Luther King, Jr...
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...words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people’ (King, 4) Strengths – it is an advice for the future generations to speak up when a person knows that he/she is on the right path and with honest intention and their motifs are not harmful but important and progressive. Weaknesses - the quote only advices to speak when one is right but this is not the only solution. In present scenario actions speaks louder than words. In present situation no matter what one speaks, it is the actions that people notice and brings into consideration. 3. After the deep reading... ‘Letter from Birmingham jail’ ‘Letter from Birmingham jail’ is a letter written by Martin Luther King, Jr...
Please make a discussion for macro economics class (not more than 250 words) sample in bottom of instructions
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...than it was three months ago; although that does not mean that it will stay that way. The problem for the economy is that it is not improving despite all these new jobs being created. In order for the economy to be affected, there will have to be more significant growth in the job market in the short term. This issue is one that Democrats and Republicans do not see eye to eye on. They both recognize that new jobs have to be created in order to kick-start the economy, but they both have very different views on how to do it. I think that the unemployment rate will hover close to nine percent in the near future because, although the economy is more stable now, the number of...
Black Elk Speaks by John Gneisenau Niehardt
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...Speaks Table of contents Introduction. 2. The theme and the main concept of the play. 3. The costume of different characters and the lighting of the stage in different parts of the play. 4. Some important moments of the play. 5. Possible Hollywood actors who can take part in the play. 6. Conclusion. 1. Black Elk Speaks by John Gneisenau Niehardt is one of the most interesting and fascinating books about Native Americans. The novel uncovers rather dramatic and touching story of American Indians during the European conquest of their native lands and depicts about numerous misfortunes and suffering of Indians. Theatrical performances of the novel which took place in some theaters attracted... Black Elk...
In no more than 2500 words, critically evaluate the role of branding and its importance to an organisations marketing communications.
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...Words: 2499 (Excluding Bibliography) Date of Submission: XX – XX – 2009 Introduction: Branding is a very essential aspect of company promotions. The marketing of the business along with branding play a very important role in the success of every company. Creating a brand image and name for a company ensures that customers are able to differentiate the products and recognise the product that satisfies their needs the most and thus improving the customer loyalty. Management of products and brand play a very essential role in the marketing success. A brand... Branding and Marketing Communications Submitted by: XXXXXX XXXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX Subject Code: XXXXXXX Number of Words...
Famous Iagos: Why in their Words, Some Actors See Iago as a More Interesting Role than Othello.
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...than the principal character is that he is not only drawn exceedingly complex underneath his boldly drawn outline but also that Shakespeare’s multitudinous thoughts about him, as he wrote and attempt to express each of his thoughts, despite the fact that it was only in interjected phrases, making him more memorable and complex as what was originally intended. Actor’s Preference No major tragic actor before the latter part of the nineteenth century elected to risk his reputation by choosing to play Iago... On Playing Iago Othello is one of the most interesting of the Shakespearean plays. Perhaps, with the exception of Hamlet, its characters – Othello, Iago and Desdemona - have been the subjects of most...
What factors affect tourism in Oxford and your home city? write an essay not more than 600 words(300 words on Oxford and 300 words on factor affecting tourism in your country)
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...speak English and it is a challenge for foreign visitors who visit the country. Language diversity is an essential factor in the industry in order to attract and accommodate more visitors. Thus, there is a need of ensuring that tourist guards and other personnel have an ability of speaking more than one language for them to communicate with the foreign visitors appropriately so that they can feel more welcomed. Poor infrastructure is a major... What factors affect tourism in Oxford? Tourism in oxford is booming, and the number of tourist visiting has been reported to have increased recently. Among the major factors, affecting tourism is branding and marketing issues that are essential to help in...
The Negro Speaks of Rivers by (Langston Hughes)
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...words: "I've seen it's muddy bosom turn all golden in the sunset." (l. 9-10), as the muddy Mississippi changed with the coming of freedom. The poem also made me feel sad to think that this hope and power, despite such wisdom and proof of the worth of the African American, has not been fully realized, so many years later. Langston Hughes dedicated the poem to the historian and activist, W. E. B. Du Bois, and wrote it when only 17 years old, yet it shows a deep soul and a wise mind, full of ancient wisdom. I would be happy to stand beside such a man. Work Cited Hughes, Langston. The Negro Speaks of Rivers. English 1102, Compositions and Modern English 11 (8th Ed.). Boston, Mass... Marquita L....
Advertisement or Commercial Engaging a Value System in order to Sell
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...Action they say speaks louder than words but in advertisement, picture says a thousand. Indeed, advertisers are expected to use visuals to depict high sense of value. This can be achieved basically by refusing to use offensive images. Images are said to be offensive if they abuse the visual judgment and appeal of onlookers. Example of such visuals can be said to be visuals that depict violence, nudity, discrimination (race, sex or age), extreme wickedness and insults. Of late, there has been a concern in part of the media about how telecommunication companies use visuals... ?Analyze how an advertisement or a commercial for a consumer product engages a value system in order to sell that product. , Thesis...
In a continuous esssay of not more than 1,000 words, analyse this passage, discussing how narrative voice and dialogue are impor
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...action, she would have sacrificed every better feeling to worldly advantage. Charlotte the wife of Mr. Collins was a most humiliating picture! (Paragraph 4) This fragment very gracefully mingles both Direct and Focalised narrative. The first line has been laid out in pure Direct narrative, with the narrator informing the reader about the departure of Charlotte and the beginning of Elizabeth's train of thoughts. However, from the second line onwards, the narrative shifts to being Focalised, with Elizabeth being the focaliser. The text from here onwards, gives... ?ESSAY The passage is an excerpt from the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, (Volume I, Chapter 22). It contains the matter pertainingto...
Select a passage from the reading (no more than 40 words long) of Young Goodman Brown, then explain its significance in the cont
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...than obvious that their actions were not always Christian. The easiest way of hiding one’s evil side is by putting a mask of religion. The masses blindly follow and believe everything they are told, while the morally corrupted leaders do onto the public whatever they please, always and under every circumstances being given justification for their actions. And, if their actions might have seemed cruel at the time, they always had one goal in mind: the Heavenly Kingdom. For them, their religion was justification enough. For example, the Devil in the story says he was present when Brown’s father and grandfather whipped Quakers and set fire... ?“Young Goodman Brown” is an allegory of the fall of man, in...
Due to the impulsive action that George bush took after 9/11, going to war with Iraq affected USA more negatively than positivel
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...actions were patently illegal, immoral and inexcusable. In addition the senseless invasion further damaged the reputation and prestige of the U.S. while endangering the future by making more enemies than friends, acting as a recruitment tool for radical Islamists, exploding the national debt and contracting civil liberties. Most Americans now agree with what the rest of the world has known all along, that the invasion of Iraq was not in the best interest of western-Arab relations and was unquestionably illegal as defined by the International Court of Justice and the UN, the two most preeminent legal bodies on the globe. At best, the information provided to Bush was faulty... The Invasion Of Iraq Has...
Write a short answer(no more than 600 words) for each of the following three questions after reading The Making Of A Quagmire by David Halberstam
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...than what it had alleged, that is to help the South in fighting against the invasion... The making of a Quagmire From the book The making of a quagmire by the David Halberstam, it is discernible that thedistance between two warring countries, is a major determining factor. The U.S. was defeated in the war due to the long distance that exists between her and Vietnam. This hampered communication as well as the ferrying of fighting weapons and other logistics. Similarly, Halberstam demonstrates that familiarity beings contempt especially in war. Although the Vietnamese had makeshift weapons, their understanding of the geographical landscape offered an advantage over the Americans. On the same note, one can ...
Do Children Benefit When Their Teacher Speaks Their Second Language?
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...speaking people and English-speaking people live side by side, conversing in this form of dialect is not uncommon. I encourage my student’s to use language to communicate meaningfully. This means allowing them to use their native language to ask or answer questions when they are unable to think of the word in English”. The student’s in Mr. M’s classroom answered questions and spoke freely when called upon using English and Spanish interchangeably. During one of my observations, Mr. M was randomly calling on students to answer questions... Teacher Shared Language It is estimated that at the current rate of immigration to the United s of different ethnic groups like Africans, Asians, Hispanic etc, these...
Affirmative Action
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...than the worker’s age. With this decision, the Supreme Court overturned its previous rulings in the precedents by transferring the full burden of proof to the worker. In other words, the employee should prove that he was dismissed primarily and solely because of his age (the protection of the law applies to employees above 40 years old). In this case, the Court has made it more difficult for employees to pursue age discrimination cases successfully. Employers possess all the records... Affirmative Action: Addressing Age-Discrimination in the Workplace “Supreme Court makes age bias suits harder to win” By David G. Savage Los Angeles Times, June 19, 2009 Retrieved from http://articles.latimes.com/2009/j...
The Perfect Storm Adaptation
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...action might be used to create an understanding since actions speaks louder than words. (Junger page 150). In retrospect, the film received two nominated awards which included best sound and visual effects at the Academy Awards. It received critics from generally mixed reviews. It was considered to have distinct effects and quite impressive and captivating. Works Cited Berardinelli, James.The Perfect Storm Film Review. Denver Mac Murray, 2007. Print. Butler, Judith. 1991 sea storm. New York: Routledge, 2007. Print. Court Revives Perfect Storm Lawsuit. St. Petersburg: Times Online, 2010....
Honor words
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...words, without action, means nothing”. At that time, I did not really understand what was meant by this. How can I act on my words? Since living in the United States, though, I think find the true meaning of this. I must do what I say. I think of an example: I tell people for a long time that I am going to come to America. Before coming, I was offered a job in my country. If I take that job, I know that my dream of getting a college degree in America would die, and people back home would not believe me anymore. I am here now and so happy that I choose to honor my words. I read one time that words are powerful. People... One of my friends, before coming to America, told me one time that “Your...
Words Superiority
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...Word Superiority Effect Experiment This experiment was based on Reicher’s (1969) experiment that allowed for the systematic analysis of the phenomenon of superior recognition of letters when they are embedded in meaningful words. Under controlled exposure conditions, 593 participants were briefly exposed to both letters within a word and letters in isolation, and then were asked to indicate the exposed letter using a forced choice between two alternatives. Based on literature, it was expected that letters exposed within a word would be recognized more than letters alone. This hypothesis was verified using...
Historical words
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...actions he puts up. Significance: Predestination was a popular belief in Europe before the Renaissance since people believed that some people were destined to be poor and others were destined to be privileged. It acted as a barrier to social classes until people began to apply empirical thinking and adapt to the concept of freewill. Encyclopedie Identification: It is a sequential book that defined words relating to arts, sciences and crafts. It was published in France between 1751 and 1772. Significance: It opened up knowledge to various people in the society. Due to this, it added... which taught people that the world was static and the sun and other planets revolved around it. Significance:...
Affirmative action
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...words, one need not take the other person who has been shambled by chains, liberate them, bring them to the commencement of a race and then tell them they are free to contend, and still think that you have been entirely just (Dworkin 483). In his article, Dworkin disapproves the common misconception that the Affirmative Action setups aim to attain a racially conscious society divided... Affirmative action Affirmative action started out as a policy designed to address past discrimination against women, people based on their race and other minorities (Pojman 476). It deploys measures that aim at improving their educational and economic opportunities. Affirmative action requires institutions of higher...
Action research
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...action research is that the results in action research cannot be generalized. The results can only be applicable to the portion of the population studied and the exact system. The other disadvantage of action research is that it is more difficult to conduct than conventional research as it takes longer and requirements refinement of the methodology as the research continues. In conclusion, action research has a number of advantages including improved... ? Action Research Action Research Action research involves methodical observation, data collection for purposes of reflection, decision-making, and development of efficient strategies in the classrooms. Action research consists of phases including...
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