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Discuss the notion of ambivalence in working with people with eating disorders:
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Although many studies have pointed to the fact that therapy has a conclusive and measurable impact upon a litany of different disorders, its overall level of success is not only contingent upon the skill of the therapist; it is also contingent upon the attitude and approach that… With respect to eating disorders, ambivalence is specifically concentric upon the…
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Double-consciousness, double vision, and socialized ambivalence in The Sport of the Gods and The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
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The book The Autobiography of an Ex-coloured Man was written by James Weldon Johnson in the year 1912 and the book The Sport of the Gods was written by Paul Lawrence Dunbar in the year 1902. The concepts of double-consciousness, double vision, and socialized ambivalence were… oloured Man the concepts of double vision, double consciousness and socialized…
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History Homework
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The factors that led to rapid urbanization in the late 19th century were the development of capitalism, growth of export and raw materials, railroad expansion, affordable steamship fees, immigration, and industrialization. Immigration and demand for cheap labor sped up… Family economy implied the need for the inputs to the family income of all members of the…
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Scholarly Article Annotation (Everyday Use/Alice Walker)
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The article “Destroying to Save: Idealism and Pragmatism in Alice Walkers "Everyday Use” by Joe Sarnowski tells about the difficult and ambivalent nature of American culture - the combination of pragmatism and idealism. The author suggests that it is this complex mix of… However, the author claims that is important to deny the existence of pure idealism and…
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A challenging question for research and practice arises Essay 2
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Organizational change refers to the observation made in an organizational entity of variation, in state and size, after the introduction of new ways of thinking and operation. Organizational change is aimed at improving the performance of the entire organization which could be… Organizations are, therefore, entitled to consider the ambivalence attitudes in…
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Predictors of Alternative Monitoring
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I write this to share with you about my most recent reading as part of my studies in psychology and I am definite that you would be happy about the new learning in my course. The article "Alternative Monitoring Predictors: When the Grass Looks Greener on the Other Side" by Sylvia Niehuis offers significant insights about the predictors of alternative monitoring.…
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Midieval literature
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In all the poems, she reveals the role that women play in the lives of men, or at times the other way around. Though all the poems… Most of Marie de France’s works raised issues on feminism and chauvinism. The most striking similarities are to be found in the stories of Bisclavret and Lanval. If one were to choose which of these two stories took an ambivalent…
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Midieval literature
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Marie de France, a poetess and a woman of substance, highlights the interaction of opposition and contrast in many of her lais or narrative poems. In all the poems, she reveals the role that women play in the lives of men, or at times the other way around.… This ambiguity produced ambivalence in Marie's characters. Most of Marie de France's works raised issues…
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Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
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The essay ‘Ideological Ambivalence in Little Women’ highlights the main idea of a famous novel by Louisa May Alcott. This novel is a unique model as Alcott has successfully blended many conventions of the sentimental novel with crucial ingredients of romantic children’s fiction.… The sisters exhibit some sought of ideals as they all learn to contend with the…
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Once Upon A Quinceaera
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Quinceaera, the celebration of womanhood at the threshold of girlhood is a popular trend in Latino societies in America. Sometimes the American sweet sixteen celebrations and the celebration for a girl's coming of age, her "quince" is celebrated together. The overlapping of various traditions, social implications and the attempt to be in touch with ones roots, living in a foreign nation; is portrayed through the use of ambivalence in Julia Alvarez's book - Once upon a Quinceaera. …
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Image of Christ
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The chapter The Dual Nature discusses how this was understood by different artists and presented in their artworks. Both aspects found equal exposure and attention in the… This only makes it easier for artists to depict Christ in equal proportions regarding the duality; “In representing Christ’s dual nature, Murillo also expresses human ambivalence.”1 But not…
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Critical writing Questions
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My personal interpretation of the works of Harding Davis is that she was an author who did not live up to promises earlier on shown in her works. Initially I perceived the author… (Harding 12-16) My feminist literary critic examines Daviss later on works and reassessing the input in her later fiction to the causes of social reform. Davis Harding explored the…
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Critique article
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In the article “Rethinking Resistance and Recognizing Ambivalence: A Multidimensional View of Attitudes Toward An Organizational Change”, Piderit (2000) discusses the concept of resistance to organizational change and focuses upon the need to consider multidimensional… t, 2000, p.783) The author begins with the conceptual analysis of the resistance to change…
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The Duality of Human Nature in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a classic novel of Robert Louis Stevenson that tackled and depicted the duality or ambivalence of the human nature. In the proceedings of the novel, it showed that human beings are capable of being good and being bad, that our… Just like any other man, Dr. Jekyll had also thoughts and utterances of evil and the character was afraid of…
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Paper Description
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Jared Peifer, in Fund loyalty among socially responsible investors: The importance of the economic and ethical domains, contributed to the growing body of literature on corporate social responsibility (CSR). The article investigated investors on socially responsible mutual funds… 2) What factors are driving fund loyalty among SR investors? Key terms include…
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Thoughts from the dais: a personal coda
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The article titled “Thoughts from the Dais: A Personal Coda” recounts the ambivalent thought process of the author while attending an Engineering College’s alumni party as an invited honoree. His mind wavers from the ritualistic humbug associated with the party to the… the way associations operate, and how anyone in the engineering field would have a 50%…
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Summary + analysis
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The article begins by introducing various films such as David Lynch’s Blue Velvet (1986), Alan Parker’s Angel Heart (1987), Bryan Singer’s The Usual Suspect (1995), and Curtis Hanson’s L.A. Confidential. Various aspects of these films have been described as being noir.… The unique technical features to look out for when identifying a film noir, according to…
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Socrates said,The unexamined life is not worth living What did he mean
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Date An Analysis of Socrates’ "The Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living" Various academicians and scholars evaluate the meaning Socrates’ famous statement, “the unexamined life is not worth living”. One’s personal contention on the phrase is that there is a need for an individual to regularly remunerate on the life one lives, to determine if the path that one plans to trek is still the same one travelled, or there is a need to veer away and pursue another direction.…
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Relationship Marketing and Ethical Standards
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B2B business relationship is no different from the relationship between a retailer and a consumer where the seller/retailer has to provide excellent products at competitive prices with an excellent customer service or after sales support. The only difference is that there two… ess) in addition to a tarnished reputation in the market because the business…
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Racism in Aphra Behns Oroonoko
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In her book Oroonoko, author Aphra Behn physically distinguishes her titular hero from his fellow countrymen in a way that subtly foreshadows and establishes the ambivalence toward racial differences that is to be felt throughout the story. Zook writes that "in many ways Oroonoko is more European than Africanhis physical featuresare European" (92).…
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Organizational Influences on Ethics
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The organizational subcultures that I have had to contend with are so diverse to an extent that they can be classified into three groups: the no-conflicted subculture, the leading and the counterculture. Collective ambivalence is the type of leading subculture that I had to… The most outstanding and palpable form of counterculture (as a form of subculture)…
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At Least Half in Love With Debonair Death: Emily Dickinson's Attitude to Mortality
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Death is the predominant theme of quite a few poems by Emily Dickinson. Other poets too have written paeans to death and elegies on the deaths of dear ones, but Emily Dickinson's attitude to death appears truly unique because of the delicately balanced ambivalence of her feelings on the subject. … The best way to gain insight into Dickinson's attitude to death…
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Quiz 5
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Economic recovery and job creation was the main issue in 2008 elections repeating itself in 2012. In 2010, the main issue became street bail being signed into law by… It makes no state gaining more power or strength against another. Imbalance in the powers results in joining of a weaker state to a stronger one from a significant external threat (Farrier 34)…
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Religious theme in the novel Jane Ayre
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Charlote Bronte’s characterisation of Jane in the novel Jane Eyre reflects the traditional role that was required of young, impoverished women in the middle of the nineteenth century. Jane’s upbringing in her foster family, and then in Lowood school, is strict and she is… must experience at Lowood: “Humility is a Christian grace, and one peculiarly appropriate…
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Discussion
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Inductive reasoning is probabilistic; in other words, it does not say that the hypothesis is surely valid but is probable. In testing the hypothesis using inductive reasoning, one can… Therefore, John is intelligent in Mathematics. It can be observed that the difference between the two reasoning can be defined by its falsifiability. Inductive reasoning permits…
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