Analysis of the Book Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya
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...Anaya, one can say is about the war between one’s culture and tradition, which involves one’s pagan or shaman roots, with new technology as well as the new “formal” religions. Antonio, the main protagonist of the book, is only six when the narrative starts. It can be said that it is more of an account of his past, with him looking back to when he was 6, and the events that happened then. However, as the title suggests... In his search for identity, Antonio struggles to find his personal belief and value system. Please investigate Antonio’s religious quest and discussthe juxtaposition of Catholicism, paganism, magic, mythology, and superstition in the novel The book, Bless Me, Ultima, by Rudolfo Anaya, ...
Literary analisis on Bless me Ultima by rudolf anaya
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...Anaya and published in 1972, has become one of the most widely read as well as critically acclaimed novels in the Chicano literature. It is first in the trilogy of novels by Anaya, with Heart of Aztlan (1976) and Tortuga (1979) following it. This novel can be viewed from many angles as well as layers, as it intertwines issues or themes of psychological maturation, social changes, identity crisis and importantly cultural conflict, all into coherent and interesting story of a young boy and his guide. Antonio Márez y Luna or Antonio is the young protagonist who with the guidance of his curandera... , to the vineyards of California.” (Anaya 13). Thus, when his children started to...
A Reaction essay paper on a book named "Bless Me Ultima" by Rudolfo Anaya. for Ethnic studies class.
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...Anaya is a brilliant portrayal of racial differences and religious bigotry that is deeply rooted into the cultural paradigms. The author shows how the protagonist, six year old Antonio, is torn between two opposite ideologies followed by his parents. Despite being surrounded by loving family and friends, Antonio is highly confused because the religious beliefs that are projected through the priest and her mother are belied by the actions of other characters. Ultima, who is a spiritual healer, becomes the major guiding force for Antonio because she represents a more tolerant agent of religion. The novel is deeply engrossing and has sensitively explored the uncertainties... ? ‘Bless me Ultima’ by Rudolfo...
Please analyze the following quotations the larger context of the novel "Bless me Ultima" by Rudolfo Anaya. Your answer should b
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...Anaya) Works Cited Anaya, Rudolfo. Bless Me, Ultima. Grand Central Publishing, 1994. Print.... ?After the incident Antonio became unsure of the presence of God and despair filled his heart. He was confused about his religious values and recitesthe act of contrition without understanding its full significance. He is really scared by the incident and only gets comforted when he realizes that Ultima’s owl had been with him all that time. He got lost in thoughts about life, death and fate. He could not find answers to his questions from his religious beliefs. As the story proceeds, Antonio learns that there are limitations to Catholicism or any one particular religion. He was learning to think by himself and ...
"Bless Me, Ultima" character analysis
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...Anaya’s coming of age novel of about boy, Antonio Marez, who had to struggle in order to harmonize within himself several rival influences such as contending blood strains, the native Spanish with the English educational establishment as well as the mystical lore of native America with the religious teaching of the Catholic Church. One of the most fascinating characters in the story is Ultima, herself. She is the curandera or the shaman who is revered and feared by the community. Ultima became the most influential person in Antonio’s growing up years because she offered a way for him to reconcile his struggle with disharmony in his... Bless Me, Ultima” Character Analysis Bless Me, Ultima is Rudolfo...
Annotated Bibliography
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...Anaya DA. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections. Crit Care Clin Oct; 29(4 806. Hussein & Anaya (2013) define Necrotizing fasciitis as a necrotizing disease that involves the infection of any layer of the deep soft tissue compartment such as the dermis, subcutaneous, fascia or the muscle. They add that it is a very difficult disease to diagnose especially when in its initial stages. They further classify the disease into four types. Type 1 involves polymicrobial infection with aerobic and the anaerobic bacteria especially in patients immune compromised or chronic disease. Additionally, Hussein & Anaya (2013) on page 800 assert that there is type 2 of the disease called... Annotated Bibliography Hussein QA,...
Explain the myth of the Golden Carp and explore its significance in Antonio' spiritual coming of age in Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima
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...Anayas Bless Me, Ultima’ Rudolfo Anaya’s novel, “Bless Me, Ultima” has often been regarded as one of the most challenged books in the U.S. The novel has acclaimed wider publication thanks to its themes and variety presentation, accompanied with various myths and religious beliefs. Myth, at once ‘providing cultural back ground of the community described and directly helping Antonio in his individual development’ (Bless Me, Ultima Study Guide). The novel is centered on Antonio Juan Marez, the protagonist of the novel. The plot traces the spiritual journey of a young boy [Antonio] torn between Catholicism... and mysticism, a struggle which Anaya admits experiencing during his...
Bless Me Ultima
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...Anaya, 1994). This duality... ? BLESS ME ULTIMA Introduction The search for self is an endeavor that has left even the best and brightest feeling down and frustrated, and it is not for want of effort either. Most of the time it feels like the harder you try, the more challenging the task becomes. After all, man has reached the depths of the seas, and explored the heavens. So why can’t he find himself/herself? In between the two, he has even created connections. The moon is known to determine the mood of the sea. All these travels far and wide have vastly improved our knowledge of our planet. Such knowledge has, in turn helped us prepare for eventualities at short notice. Early warning systems today sound ...
Character Analysis of Antonio in Bless Me, Ultima
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...Anaya’s novel Bless me, Ultima deals with the coming of age phase of its protagonist Antonio. It could be observed that Antonio represents Anaya’s alter ego. The growing up of Antonio in New Mexico is interspersed with the real-life experiences Anaya had there after his family migrated to Albuquerque when he was fifteen years old. However, the portrayal of Antonio is rather from the inside – since he is a passive spectator who happens to be deeply introspective. The fact that Anaya had a swimming accident which left him partly paralyzed when he was seventeen years old had led him to pertinent philosophical questions regarding life... Character Analysis of Antonio in Bless Me, Ultima Rudolfo Alfonso...
A Review of Anayas Doa Sebastiana
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...Anaya's Doa Sebastiana Doa Sebastiana is one of the short novels that composes Rudolfo Anaya's My land sings Story from the Rio Grande. Also known as La Comadre Sebastiana or La Pelosa, Doa Sebastiana personifies death in New Mexican culture and is mainly placed in stories to help children understand the role of death in life. We will see how Anaya uses Doa Sebastiana to criticize the Catholic Church and convey moral values. While Baltazar, the poor woodcutter, hides in the mountain to eat a chicken that he has just stolen, Jesus and the Virgin Mary appear and ask him to share his food with them. He strongly refuses explaining that they have always been unfair to the poor by giving... A Review of...
Bless Me Ultima:
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...Anaya and it aims to present a collection of poems that reflect the themes presented in the story. Each poem consists of a description right after, which explains the relation between the work and the story as well as what inspired the composition of these poems. Poem 1: Hope Never Ends Restless nights went by As I stared up at the black sky. I lay down in the open grass My only home, alas! Bodies walked past Some slow, some fast. No one paid attention To any of my tension. It was only winter nights And agonizing plights. That ruled my heart Tearing me apart. I had no one with me I was alone you see, Except... ?Introduction: This paper is a reflective work on the novel “Bless Me, Ultima” by Rudolfo Anaya ...
Bless Me Ultima:
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...Anaya and it aims to present a collection of poems that reflect the themes presented in the story. Each poem consists of a description right after, which explains the relation between the work and the story as well as what inspired the composition of these poems. Poem 1: Hope Never Ends Restless nights went by As I stared up at the black sky. I lay down in the open grass My only home, alas! Bodies walked past Some slow, some fast. No one paid attention To any of my tension. It was only winter nights And agonizing plights. That ruled my heart Tearing me apart. I had no one with me I was alone you see, Except... Introduction: This paper is a reflective work on the novel “Bless Me, Ultima” by Rudolfo Anaya...
Poetry Essay
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...Anaya, 2002) His inclination towards regional poetry and describing the bleak image of Mexican American was his bustle since beginning. His poems depict aggression of the urban life which exploits the life of rural labor, and how the purity of childhood is abused in these areas. His vibrant expressions of urban life touched many people and so his second book, The Tale of Sunlight, also described the harsh life of Mexican American people. Most of Soto’s work was autobiographical analysis of his friends, family, smells, sights, and sounds. His poetry reflected photographic memories of ordinary instances... Poetry Gary Soto was born in a Mexican-American life in 1952 in Fresno, California. Born in a middle ...
Stories Based on Bless Me Ultima
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...Anaya – telling of the coming to age of Antonio Merez Luna, with the leadership and the help of Curandera – a protector and mentor, by the name of Ultima. This very novel has grown to become the most widely read and significantly acclaimed literary novel within the Chicano literary classification, since it was first published in the year 1972. Since then, tutors across different disciplines in middle school, universities and high schools have espoused it, as a mode of realizing the multiculturalization of the classes. This literary creation explicates the Chicano culture of the years around 1940 within... , and that of World war two (Anaya, 1994). Loss of Innocence – A...
Intro. to Chicano Literature
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...Anaya Rudolfo Anaya is an American author who was born in Pastura, New Mexico in 1937. After his high school education, be preceded... Lecturer Introduction to Chicano Literature La Raza The term La Raza is derived from the Spanish word raza which simply means a race, lineage, ethnicity or breed. Therefore, La Raza refers to a race. However, despite its standard meaning, it might have different expressions amongst the Spanish speakers in Spain and Latin America. For instance, in Latin America, it is used to express the Hispanic identity-A blend of Spanish and European heritage. This term was used by the Chicano scholars in reference to the immigrant Americans with Mexican decency. 2. Rudolfo Anaya Rudol...
Bless Me Ultima Character Analysis
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...Anaya, Rodolfo. “Bless me Ultima”... Character of Antonio in “Bless me Ultima” Antonio in “Bless me Ultima” is a boy who is somewhat different from others his age, because he is much more serious and possesses a higher level of wisdom compared to his peers. He is only six years old as the novel begins, but he already displays the beginnings of moral curiosity and a knowledge of the serious aspects of life. For example, when he first meets Ultima, a folk healer and midwife, he calls her by name rather than as “Le Grande” as the others did. Ultima insists that the boy does not mean any disrespect, and thereby indicates that he is older and wiser than his eyes, sharing a special bond with the wise Ultima. ...
The case method of stratigic analysis "David and Goliath"
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...Anaya 26 Jun Rankin MLOS 578 Case Study: David and Goliath ment of Problems Lack of Leadership among the Saul’s army 2.Lack of respect for David, because of his age. 3.David is arrogant. 4.Philistine vs. Jerusalem Name the single “Root” and most significant problem The root of the problem is the conflict between the Philistines and the Israelis. Why is the Root and most significant problem? There are a number of issues in the specific case analysis. For instance, the main conflict is between David and Goliath. Still, this is only a conflict as the reason these two individuals fight is because they represent the two armies that have come into battle. Guidelines (constraints... G. Anaya 26 Jun Rankin...
Rights of Indigenous People to Self-Determination - The example of Bernard Ominayak / Lubican Lake Ban case
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...Anaya 2004). Consequently, this is supposed to mean that the future discriminators in regard to the self determination right will be warned off and the situation might not occur but even if it does, then it will not be adversely felt (Anaya 2004). This group of indigenous people, since early 1920s, have always tried to seek the recognition of the right to self determination. They have always urged the governments across the word that they be regarded as sovereign people... Running head: Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination In the recent times, the count of the indigenous people was taken and it was found that, they are about 370 millio...
Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination
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...Anaya 2004). Consequently, this is supposed to mean that the future discriminators in regard to the self determination right will be warned off and the situation might not occur but even if it does, then it will not be adversely felt (Anaya 2004). This group of indigenous people, since early 1920s, have always tried to seek the recognition of the right to self determination. They have always urged the governments across the word that they be regarded as sovereign people. They have... ?Running head: Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination In the recent times, the count of the indigenous people was taken and it was found that, they are...
Evaluating an International Human Resource Strategy (Obb)
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...Anaya, 2010). This shows the bargaining power of the customers to be quite high. Bargaining Power of Suppliers Correspondingly, the number of suppliers of raw materials for clothing industry in Brazil is quite large in number. Apart from this aspect, there is also not much uniqueness in the raw materials provided by suppliers which makes each one of them similar to one another. This depicts low bargaining power of the suppliers... Evaluating an International Human Resource Strategy (Obb 0. Executive Summary The primary aim of this particular report is to evaluate the present market condition of Brazil with regard to forming the entry strategy for H&M through joint venture. The report will also provide a ...
Research Purpose Statement Development
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...Anaya and Cole (2001) that found a positive correlation between academic success and the relationship international students have with their faculty advisors. Forming... Running head: PURPOSE MENT DEVELOPMENT Research Purpose ment Development According to Creswell(2009, p.111), “a purpose statement...establishes the intent of the entire research study. It is the most important statement in the entire research study, and it needs to be clearly and specifically presented”. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to develop a purpose statement, which includes an introduction, the problem statement, and the purpose statement on the selected and approved dissertation thesis, “Challenges and opportunities that...
Exam I
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...Anaya, . Mexico was a land of different cultures even before the arrival of Europeans. The Mayan language mainly dominated the Southern part of Mexico and the Nahua family was widespread in the North. Spain conquered Mexico during 1519 ad ruled the colony until 1821. Roman Catholic Christianity held almost 95 percent of Mexicans however the old ways were still followed in several parts of the country. The myths also had essence of ancient Indian beliefs. According to the legend, the arrival of Mexicans in the Anahuac valley was not entertained by other groups and they were considered as the least... Exam Question A The Mexican mythology reflects a blend of Spanish and Native American influences (Anaya, . ...
Science
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...Anaya et al 2012). Instead, an irresolute and unverified conclusion merely states that the findings of the researchers point to a specific set... Section/# Article Analysis and Review In each and every publication that attempts to rely upon science to prove its point, it is usually very easy to determine the overall level to which such a study actually and truly displays an adequate and correct usage of scientific knowledge as a means to ring about the point in question. As opposed to the theories and analytical inference that is oftentimes drawn in other subjects, those studies that attempt to relate their findings to the reader/researcher in terms of scientific knowledge are far easier to verify due ...
Knowledge Transfer Literature review
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...Anaya, 2012). It can further be divided into other types of knowledge which are empirical knowledge, philosophical knowledge, theological knowledge, historical knowledge and experimental knowledge (Anaya, 2012). Empirical knowledge is based on scientific studies and is acquired through sensory experience. Theological knowledge is the information, or reasoning one has based on their religious beliefs. Philosophical knowledge is one that one attains as a result of critical reasoning and has proof of the truth based on experiments. Historical knowledge... Knowledge Transfer Literature Review al Affiliation: Knowledge Transfer Literature Review Definition of Knowledge Knowledge is defined as the perceptual...
Strategic Analysis Paper
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...Anaya & Sons Appliance Repair (ASAR) is a start-up appliance repairing company focused on serving the Hispaniccommunity in Orange County and neighboring Counties. This paper aims to analyze the industry of appliance repair and see whether the industry has growth opportunity and how the firm will react to the environment. Industry analysis is made based on the history of the industry, industry forces, and its competitive structure. Strategic business analysis deals with the internal analysis where the stakeholders of ASAR have been identified and its corporate culture evaluated along with the performance of the organization. It also involves reviewing the current... ? Strategic Analysis Executive Summary...
Case Study On A Patient With Necrotic Fasciitis
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...Anaya & Dellinger, 2006). Worth noting... ? Case Study On A Patient With Necrotic Fasciitis Introduction. Necrotizing Fasciitis (NF) is a condition involving a soft tissue severe infection, which is often associated with fast progressing necrosis, and the tissue subcutaneous. This condition though rare, has been shown to have a high rate of mortality. This has, in effect, necessitated the use of radical antibiotics and debridement for purposes of diagnosing and a treating it (Ahn, Mulligan, & Salcido, 2008). The disease causes severe damage to the skin as it affects the deeper layers of the skin particularly the subcutaneous tissues. It spreads easily on the focal plane within the affected tissue....
Syphilis (oral pathology)
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...Anaya-Saavedra, G., Crabtree-Ramirez, B., Esquivel-Pedraza, L., Saeb-Lima, M., & Sierra-Madero, J. (2012). Clinical spectrum of oral secondary syphilis in hiv-infected patients. Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2013, doi: 892427... Syphilis (Oral Pathology) Many healthcare experts believe oral lesions are the initial clinical manifestations of syphilis, however, at present, there exist only limited descriptions of how oral lesions are used to define the clinical manifestation of syphilis. This study describes the clinical manifestation of oral secondary syphilis among HIV-infected patients, as well as the significance of early diagnosis and treatment. The data used by this study originates from...
The History of the Lubicon Lake Band and the Case Against Canada
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...Anaya. Indigenous Peoples in International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1996. James, Henriksen. Oil and gas operation in Indigenous peoples lands and territories in the Arctic: A Human Rights perspective. Journal of Indigenous Peoples Rights 4: 26-27. 2006... ?The History of the Lubicon Lake Band and the Case against Canada The Lubicon lake band or Lubicon lake Cree is a minority community that inhibits areas surrounding Lake Alberta. Being a minority community proves the reason why the community has little attention from the media and other state agencies1. News about the community came out during their struggle to reclaim their land from the Canadian government. Representatives of the Lubicon...
Reflective Journal
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...Anaya, 2004). It is important to appreciate culture as a sum total of issues that determine the kind of life that is led by people... ? Reflective Journal Reflective Journal Week Reflective Journal This week’s lesson introduced me to the various issues, challengesand the lifestyles of indigenous people of the world. It was an opportunity to explore deeply into the lives of these indigenous communities collectively referred to as the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strain Islander Peoples (AATSIP). An exploration into the aspects of culture of these people constitutes an important first step of understanding their perspective on issues of healthcare. In the general sense, it is necessary to consider some ...
Three Major Prison Riots: Causes and Outcomes
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...Anaya became governor of New... Your Number February 17, 2007 Three Major Prison Riots: Causes and Outcomes A prison riot occurs "when the authorities lose control of a significant number of prisoners, in a significant area of the prison, for a significant amount of time" (Useem and Kimball, 4, quoted in Gaes, 27). The sad fact is that prison riots occur all too often, and they do not occur in a vacuum. There is always some reason why they happen, and this reason is usually apparent well before the riot takes place. The most common causes of riots are poor administration and a failure to care about the needs or well being of the prisoners (Gaes, 27-28). Three major prison riots in the United States have ...
Nursing articles on HIV
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...Anaya, H. D. (December 01, 2011). Launching nurse-initiated HIV rapid testing in veterans affairs primary care: A comprehensive overview of a self-sustaining implementation. International Journal of Std and Aids, 22, 12, 734-737. In this article the authors have discussed about a research on HIV that has been carried for over a period of one year. Initially a pilot... ? Nursing articles on HIV Nursing articles on HIV Boudreau, M. E., & Fisher, C. M. (July 01, 2012). Providing Effective Medical and Case Management Services to HIV-Infected Youth Preparing to Transition to Adult Care. Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care, 23, 4, 318-328. Boudreau and Fisher have divided their article concerning ...
Sustainable Tourism
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...Anaya but the entire country. The locals... ? Sustainable Tourism Emergence of Sustainable Tourism Sustainable tourism is a new trend in the industry, in which it involves other factor in the tourism sector. The factors include environmental, economical, social and ethical factors (Harris, Williams & Griffin, 2012). The aim of the practice is to meet the needs of tourist without compromising with the plans and goals of the future. The study will focus on Black Sea region in Turkey where Karagol-Sahara national parks was the main target. The principle of sustainable tourism has overtaken any other form of tourism. It has attributed to change in the tourism industry. Development and marketing strategies...
The Best Way to Prevent Smoking
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...Anaya-Ocampo, Reynales-Shigematsu, Arillo-Santillan and Hernandez-Avila 2916-2925). The text messages provide statement to consumers about the risks that are associated with tobacco... ?The Best Way to Prevent Smoking I. INTRODUCTION Smoking is one of the most identified health related issues in almost every nation. Smoking is conceived to be the major cause of death amid these nations due to breathing problems, cancer and other related health issues. It is also the ultimate factor accountable for different types of disabilities, suffering along with pains. Moreover, smoking adversely affects the conditions of individuals in case of other diseases. In cigarette smoke, the addictive intergradient is...
Elfego Baca American Hero
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...Anaya teamed up for Incredible Elfego Baca: Good Man, Bad Man of the Old West which takes a more historical look at the New Mexico hero” (“Elfego Baca Golf Shoot”). The substance of Elfego Baca begins with the fact that he went... ? 28 November Elfego Baca: Biography Elfego Baca was born in the year 1865. Various anecdotes are popular about his birth one of which actually happens to be an accident, which is this; “It is said that his mother, almost nine months pregnant, was playing ball, jumped into the air, came down hard, and Elfego entered the game!  His entry into law enforcement, and the beginning of becoming a legend in his own time, began at age nineteen was almost as dramatic” (McCafferty)....
CURRENT ISSUES IN HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS
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...Anaya, H., Skogen, K., & Miles, K. A. (2012). Stakeholder perspectives on the use of positron emission tomography in phase... Current Issues in Health and Health Care Systems Annotated bibliography Athey, V. L., Rogers, T. K., Suckling, R. J., Tod, A. M., & Walters, S. J. (2012). Early diagnosis of lung cancer: Evaluation of a community-based social marketing intervention. Thorax, 67, 5, 412-417. The study evaluates the efficiency of the mixed-method community-based promotion of lung cancer diagnoses. It involved the combination of the public awareness efforts and training that were conducted in the localities with high cancer incidences. Some of the factors involved in the study include the self-reported...
Emotional Labour
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...Anaya, D., and Schultz, G. (2006) Ethnicity and gender stereotypes...  Emotional Labour The success of businesses in world relies heavily on the emotions of the employees. Emotions play a vital role in how employees operate while performing their duties in the workplace. How employees feel or pretend to feel determines if they will meet their job requirements. It is important for organizations to understand their employees emotional labor status if they want to meet the objectives of their organization (Ashforth & Humphrey, 1993). This enables employees to always have a positive attitude as well as have good moods and emotions while providing service to the customers. This can be done through training ...
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Opening Labor Markets On A Global Scale
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...Anaya, J. A. 1999. Labor market flexibility in thirteen Latin American countries and the United States revisiting and expanding Okun coefficients... And Disadvantages Of Opening Labor Markets On A Global Scale Introduction In contemporary business environment, many nations are concerned with competing effectively and efficiently in the global market. Many companies too continue to strive for increased profits and expansion in customer’s base. It has been evident that competitiveness in the labor market does not depend only on the effectiveness of individual firms, but also on the industries and economic performance. In recent past, the rapidly changing business environment and the world markets have...
Law of international organisations
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...Anaya and Claudio Grossman, The Case of Awas Tingni v... ?Introduction The idea of human rights receives formal universal recognition that the international community strives to maintain and enforce en dthrough the United Nations Charter signed on June 26, 1945 with the main objective of saving generations of humans from war and reaffirms the faith in fundamental rights and freedoms. The main objective of the United Nations is to achieve international cooperation, through promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and the fundamental freedoms that accrue to them without the discrimination in terms of aspects such as sex, race, language or religion.1 It is important to note that the enforcement of ...
What can Nigeria learn from the previous mistakes in electricity liberalisation?
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...Anaya, K. L. 2010. The Restructuring and Privatisation of the Peruvian Electricity Distribution Market... What Can Nigeria Learn From the Previous Mistakes in Electri Liberalisation? In the current world, electricity liberalization is a global phenomenon, though only a handful of nations have achieved considerable liberalization. Perhaps, liberalization in the electricity industry has unique challenges. The industrial policy decisions and public finances, the physical characteristics of supply, the magnitude of capital requirement and size of industry, and the complex and close relationships between the industry and other significant economic elements all combine to impose challenges to the...
Indigenous Australian and Diabetes
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...Anaya went for a twelve-day fact finding tour on Aborigine discrimination in Australia in 2009 (Giago 2010). Geographical Location Australian Aborigines are usually located in remote and marginalized regions. The road network and transportation in these regions make access to important healthcare facilities almost impossible. They have to walk long distances just to access healthcare facilities (Maronne, 2007). The real cost of accessing healthcare facilities for Aborigines... ? Australian Indigenous health: Diabetes Australian Indigenous health: Diabetes Introduction Australia is one of the most developed countries in the world with one of the best Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rates and Producer...
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