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Identity, community, and conflict
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...Identity, community, and conflict Philosophy 2 Chapter 4 of the book by Solomon, Higgins, and Martin (2011) begins with the quote from Alice in Wonderland where the Caterpillar questions the very importance of self (p. 285). In Carroll's (1996) text, neither the caterpillar nor actually Alice care too much about their identities. They choose the selves they want to be, as if they were Sartrians, but in much more playful manner. Yet in one of the responses to the caterpillar Alice remarks: “Oh, I'm not particular as to size, only one doesn't like changing so often, you know” (Carroll, 1996). That means that there are still limits to human...
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Individual, Community and Black Identity in 8 Mile
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...Community and ‘Black’ Identity in 8 Mile The 2002 crossover hip hop movie 8 Mile offers theviewer a vivid insight into the relationships between the community and the individual underpinned by a range of race, social, cultural and economic circumstances. The theme of blackness as a peculiar part of American identity and hip hop music as an exclusive African American genre acquires nonstandard interpretation via the semi-autobiographical plot and the white protagonist played by Marshall Mathers III also known as Eminem. Placing the non-black protagonist in the center of genuinely ‘black’ narrative transforms interpretation of ‘black’ identity as well as traditional perception of hip hop... Individual,...
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How does the Technology of Communication Influence the Nature and Identity of Community
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...Communication influence the nature and identity of community? In the modern era mankind has become too much dependent onthe use of technology. Technology up gradation has happened almost in all the sectors. The wide uses of technology have facilitated the human beings to a large extent and almost every minute works of daily life can be achieved with the help of technology. The significant achievement made by the technology is in the field of communication. The innovation in communication technology has reached its peak and the users are offered highly improvised solutions to meet their needs. The rapid growth of technology has expanded its domain across the major... countries of the world,...
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Creating an Identity through Music in the USA (Hispanic/Latino Community)
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...Identity through Music in the USA (Hispanic/Latino Community) It is worthy that the Hispanic/Latino community is uniquely inventive of their music just as the rest of the Caribbean people back in the Caribbean countries. This is because of the presence of almost different rhythms for every Island, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Dominican Republic. Some of these different versions of music include Calypso and Reggae as well as Salsa and merengue. However, some islands do have all the versions of music, and the distinguishing feature of Caribbean music and the rest is that the music is lively, fast, and explosive . Some argue that Caribbean music is at times about complaint well... be referred...
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Smart Phone, Small Planet Identity and Community in the Digital Age Final Essay Assignment
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...Identity and Community in the Digital Age The emergence of digital technologies in this modern world continues to change and upgrade every aspect of life. Ranging from the high technology in smartphones to the use of robots, the innovation being experienced all over the world is a game changer indeed. Many people have argued that the technology being innovated is not good for human beings and that people must be cautious even as the quest to embrace the most advanced technologies rises. The opponents of massive technology argue that it threatens to snatch people jobs, especially where companies choose capital-intensive production strategies. They also cite the environmental... Smart Phone, Small Planet...
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How far do you think railway travel influenced notions of identity and community in colonial India Give specific examples
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...Identity and Community Introduction Railway travel was introduced in Colonial India around 1850s and it had profound influences in the areas that it passed through.1 It became the most important piece of infrastructure in colonial India as they connected almost all aspects of the Indian society affecting mostly their identity as a community. The main intention of the British introducing railway travel in India was to transport the military and the officials but the native Indians found it a suitable means of transport. It also strengthened the beliefs on identity on the Indians as a community especially the social relations existent in the country... Railway Travel in Colonial India and Influence on...
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Identity
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...identity, it dawned on me that my identity was not or should not merely be the outcome of what society heaped on me, but as an adult person I had the innate vision and multiple strengths I inherited from my community that could help me contrive a vision regarding what I ought to be. Therein entered the concept of self determination in my identity makeup and I realized that I could chose to disregard the unwanted social contributions contributed to my identity and could be the person I... of the of the Concerned 8 July Identity Even a cursory perusal of the history of the last few decades testifies to the fact that the people around the world have done much to inculcate equality and justice in varied...
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Religious Identity
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...Identity refers to the self-understandings; people tell others of themselves, and then try acting as they had defined themselves. These self-understandings, especially those emotionally related to the teller are what can be wholly termed to refer to Identity. Religious identity thus refers to “a people’s ways of relating to their religion, including their association with a certain religious community, the strength of their belief in the preferred religion... Religious Identity Religious Identity cannot be comprehended without the milieu information of the two words that create the term. Religion can be described as, ‘a system of thoughts, feelings and actions, shared by a group of people, that provides ...
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The Self in the Community
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...community, I experience being formed in several aspects and this formation is altogether a product of values taught and examples demonstrated by the adults whose actions have, in a way or another, influenced my set of perspectives on living and how I should find a way with it. Consequently, I somehow realize that while I acquire a unique identity by nature and ambition, I impose upon myself to assume traits of others which the norms of the society in general restrict men to be governed by. Beyond the impact of family... The “Self” in the Community In each passing moment, because of a large number of possibilitiesmet on interacting with communities of influence and perceiving how each may offer various...
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Community
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...communities. Due to these view on women’s gender roles, some communities prohibit women from carrying out responsibility on several roles in society that are considered to be male duties. This caused adverse distinctive aspects in today’s community1. The current society portrays different gender roles from the ancient community. In prehistoric times, the women gathered firewood, honey... and herbs for the family. In the modern community, occupations depend on the relevant skills acquired for different fields. This also depends on the production levels present in the society. However, segregation of duties largely depends on the stereotype of the community...
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Chinese Culture and Identity
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...community identity (and consequently individual identity) which communities use to develop a common value systems which beach member subscribes to. Finally, gender is the concept of being masculine or feminine and the associated roles. Therefore, gender roles are those roles assigned to individual by virtue of them being male or otherwise. Such roles, in the absence of the individual can tell us whether the individual is male or female. These factors have the potential of shaping one's thoughts, behaviors, attitudes and belief systems (Dolores et al, 2005... It has often been told that an individual is the sum total and the product of his/her upbringing, culture and environment. All these things...
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Identity Theft
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...identity theft, but armed with the information presented, victims can be prepared for and manage its aftermath (Ladha, 2006). Although identity theft is a pervasive consumer problem, the Report provides some hope, revealing actions that sharply curtail risk and put control back in the hands of the consumer. In addition, victims are spending reportedly more time trying to resolve identity fraud problems, from 33 hours in 2003 to 40 hours in 2006 (Ladha, 2006). Identity theft requires no direct communication between criminal and victim. Simply... The aim of the research is to define what identity theft is, what prevention measures exist to minimize the negative impact of identity theft and how...
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Identity Theft
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...identity theft, but armed with the information presented, victims can be prepared for and manage its aftermath (Ladha, 2006). Although identity theft is a pervasive consumer problem, the Report provides some hope, revealing actions that sharply curtail risk and put control back in the hands of the consumer. In addition, victims are spending reportedly more time trying to resolve identity fraud problems, from 33 hours in 2003 to 40 hours in 2006 (Ladha, 2006). Identity theft requires no direct communication between criminal and victim... The aim of the research is to define what identity theft is, what prevention measures exist to minimize the negative impact of identity theft and how organizations...
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Identity Theft
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...community made by instantaneous computer communication and the Internet gives away even more chances than ever for identity theft to be accomplished from far and wide. Worldwide evils have need of worldwide way out. While improvement is being made, the law enforcing agencies got to be more forceful to curb this rising crime. Works Cited Jeff Sovern, 2004, 'Stopping... Identity Theft Identity theft is up-and-coming as the most important crime of the 21st century. Identity theft is a term used to refer to all types of crime in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person's personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain.1Identity theft can be broadly...
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Identity Theft
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...identity and anonymity in cyberspace. In the given paper we will consider the Identity Theft as one of topic related to the ethics... The term computer security is used regularly, but the content of a computer is susceptible to few risks unless the computer is linked to other computers on a network. As the use of computer networks, particularly the Internet, has become widespread, the concept of computer security has expanded to signify issues concerning the networked use of computers and their resources. Computer security is closely connected to such disciplines as ethics and risk analysis, and is considered with topics such as computer crime; the prevention, revealing, and remediation of attacks; and...
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Identity essay
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...Identity). I personally feel enlightened after reading the books called "The Five people I meet in Heaven" by Mitch Albom, this made me feel that how important my life is for me, what difference I made in my group, in my community, in my society and what am I contributing! It simply made me feel my worth, my self esteem and hence made me realize that everyone in the universe is important, everyone around me is important and what really does not matter to me could bring a remarkable change in others life. It has really changed my outlook and personality. I became more concerned with others, forgive and forget what harm others have done, locate deliverance,...
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Social Identity
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...Identity Henri Tajfel's greatest contribution to psychology was social identity theory. Social identity is a person’s senseof which they are based on their group membership(s).Tajfel proposed that the group’s e.g. social class, family, football team etc. which people belonged to were an important source of pride and self-esteem. Groups give us a sense of social identity: a sense of belonging to the social world. In order to increase our self-image we enhance the status of the group to which we belong. For example, England is the best country in the world! We can also increase our self-image by discriminating and being prejudice against the out group (the group we don’t belong to. For example...
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European Identity
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...identity which enables the people of Europe to take decisions which affect the well-being of kindred Europeans worldwide, a fact which translates into greater collective self-worth for most members of the European community. The most important question to be raised here (also part of our original research hypothesis), European identity has almost synergised issues both among political elites as well as the common citizens (Spence, p.200). Social psychologists have often referred to this concept as entitativity (Castano et al, p. 98; Brewer, p.22). Various authors agree... A dissertation on 'An insight into the meaning of...
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Nationalalism identity
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...Identity d March 18, 2008 A nation is a group of self-defined cultural and social community. Nationhood is both ethically and philosophically , the starting point for theideology of nationalism. Common identity is shared by members of a nation, they have common origin, ancestry, parentage and decent. Nations extend across generations . They usually , feel pride in their past, present and future. In the present days of globalization, language and education have become the basic determinants of national identity. The developed nations of the world that are proud to command 80% of the global resources and are the driving force... Topic: Nationalism...
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Social Identity
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...communication expressed by words Each member in a community has several groups with which he probably wants to identify. Every identity that a person takes on is associated with a number of approximate verbal and nonverbal forms of expression. There are certain linguistic forms that will conduct each identity. People create their linguistic systems so as to resemble those of the groups with which from time to time they wish to identify. So we can say that a person participates in many different speech communities, which sometimes coincides and will vary according to time, place, situation, and interlocutors. Because every individual has a range... SOCIAL IDENTITY AND LANGUAGE 2007 SOCIAL IDENTITY AND...
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Identity Theft
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...IDENTITY THEFT Identity Theft The advent of computers and the almost instantaneous ability to transfer and analyze data and information from far-flung source has both been the boon and the bane of the twentieth and twenty-first century. The more efficiently and expediently computers and the Internet that connects them process and exchange information for the benefit of the consumer and the corporation, the more ways there are to illegally obtain that information and use it for various nefarious ends. Identity Theft is one among the cyber crimes that has been on the rise in the last several decades. A close cousin to cyber terrorism, Identity Theft is a more personal and individual... Running Head:...
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Identity theft
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...Identity theft has also raised the problem of cyber stalking. Anderson, who works with NTI (New Technologies, Inc.) writes that: NTI was involved in a case where an individual assumed the identity of a past employee that had been discharged by a business. That identity was used, over the Internet, to terrorize a female Human Resources Manager who had fired the individual. After several weeks of investigation we discovered that the communications were fabricated by a peer worker within the corporation. This, and many other such cases occurring due to insecure internet environment, have been identified and solved by forensic...
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Racial identity
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...identity Racial identity and ethni of individuals play a crucial role in the formation of their overall collective identity. Race and ethnicity have been used as a basis for defining populations across various nations around the globe. The association of individuals with a certain race, ethnicity or culture allows for their conscious assimilation into a neighborhood, and / or their wider social circles and educational communities. On the basis of the above discussions, it is apparent that racial identity is one of the most inherent aspects of one’s social life and it influences our lives in more ways than one. This essay on Racial Identity aims to discuss the effect of racial identity... and...
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Identity and Representation: Personal Identity
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...identity. Way back in school I was a member of technology and innovation club. In this club, we interacted in various ways with members of the group. The interaction was not only limited to the members of the club but also members of other organizations and students from other schools. Group work and competitions mainly facilitated communication. Games were organized, and we used to develop innovative projects for presentation. The best project was rewarded. The experience of this club teaches me the importance of teamwork in life. I have come to clearly and precisely understand that collaboration... IDENTITY AND REPRESENTATION Personal Identity The first aspect of life that best describes me is culture. ...
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How the East Has Created Opportunity In Adversity for Uniting And Reinforcing Its Community
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...community identity of the people of China (Nicholls, 2013). In other countries of the East, there are prevailing influences of foreifn language in the core educational curriculum of their schools where native languages that used to be the lingua franca and medium of instruction no longer exit (Hyer, 43). There is also a prevailing situation characterized by total neglect for the core Eastern culture of manners and courtesy that was rooted in the type of family... HOW THE EAST HAS CREATED OPPORTUNITY IN ADVERSITY FOR UNITING AND REINFORCING ITS COMMUNITY Introduction One phenomenon that met the coming of the 21st century and for that matter the 3rd millennium was the talk of globalization. Through...
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Identity theft
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...Identity theft The last decade of the twentieth century has witnessed a dramatic increase in the crimes related to identity theft. Identity theft can be divided in to four categories; criminal identity theft (posing as another person when arrested for a crime), financial identity theft (using the name of somebody to acquire goods and services), identity cloning (using the person’s information to assume his/her identity) and commercial identify theft (making use of another person’s business name to obtain credit). Identify theft means exploitation of a person’s...
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Cornish identity
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...IDENTITY In a society, an individual takes different roles, which is why his identity too changes with each context. An individual is identified as a person, as a part of a community, religion, culture, race, gender and so on. As today's societies are multicultural, people of different cultures co-exist and identities are being given more prominence. People follow diverse religions and come from different races. National identity in the contemporary world means a group of people following the social culture. Even people of different religions speak the same language, eat the same food, dress in a similar way, and follow a common lifestyle and social behavior. "Thus, culture determines... CORNISH IDENTITY ...
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Effects of Identity Theft
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...community exposed to the possibilities of identity theft. Thus a larger community would create within themselves an insecurity feel which can seriously affect the spending pattern. Social Insecurity Criminal identity thefts can pose serious security issues in the society. When a trained criminal steals the identity icons of an individual and uses those to do antisocial activities, it becomes very difficult for the administration to tackle such issues. Boyer (2009) has described... The advancement in technology has made the consumer world accessible to all businesses in the world at the tip of their fingers. To explain it further, facilities like internet banking, credit cards, Automated Teller...
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IDENTITY THEFT CAN AFFECT
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...identity fraud in America. The number showed an increase from that reported in 2011 and 2010: the figures reported were USD 11.6 and 10.2 million respectively (Javelin Strategy & Research, 2013). The average costs incurred by the victims of identity theft were USD 365 (Javelin Strategy & Research, 2013). This paper will explore the growth of identity theft, its effects on individuals and the wider community and the types of identity theft. The problem of identity theft and identity fraud is worsened by the lack of cyber borders and the increase in globalization, which make it possible for identity thieves to commit... Identity Theft School: Background and context of identity theft Policy makers in the...
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Gender Identity
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...identity but groups and peers also matters a lot in developing gender identity. So, teacher should know how various ideas play a role and influence teaching practices or the chances for learning. She should be very well aware about two key questions regarding learning and gender. 1. What activities are most often expected of boys in a community? 2. What activities are most often expected from girls within a specific community? So, when we talk about gender identity and teachers’ role, we will find that there is a direct relation between the two. As Sapphire Mason- Brown explained four ways in which parents may influence the role of their children. Some of these ways are equally... GENDER IDENTITY...
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Social and National Identity
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...Communities. It helps one to understand as to what is the national identity? A national identity is one possible social identity out of many. Under many circumstances, a national identity may assume the strength and status of an all encompassing identity, to which may stand subservient all the other social identities. No doubt as Benedict Anderson said, a nation is a socially constructed community (54). It is an imagined political community (Anderson 54). Yet, the very notion of national identity serves its purpose in modern times as in such times people and groups have no other option but to exist, interact and trade as units called a ‘nation’. No more can people afford... of the of the Concerned...
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Identity Construction
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...identity determinant in people is tribal identity a feature that contributes to the creation of different subcultures. Culture refers to a community’s way of life. Different people habiting a community and speak the same language always have specific features that dictate their nature of life (Tabbush, 2011). This includes such important aspects of life as worship and dietary. Culture is therefore essential in the determination of identity since it is an essential determinant of people’s practices... ? Identity construction: Introduction Everyone in the society is a consumer of a form of either product or service at any one time. In consuming such, different people present different tastes and...
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Professional identity
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...communities of reference so that the nurses’ current as well as future identities can be shaped (Andrew, 2012). In the United Kingdom, a professional body namely the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) expects that the nurses’ main duty needs to focus upon taking good care of the people. It further expects the nurses to be personally accountable for their actions, to cooperate with the colleagues... Professional Identity Table of Contents Introduction 3 Value of Modern Nursing 4 Social, Cultural and Political Values 6 Impact of Professional Regulation 7 Role of NMC in the Protection of Public 8 Conclusion and Recommendations 9 References 10 Introduction Professional identity has become one of the most ...
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Loss of Self Identity
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...Identity Loss of self identity This paper examines the possibility of a person losing identityafter his or her connection with other people is stripped away. The first step is to decide what personal identity really is. A person’s identity can be defined as an aggregate of all behavioral, mental and emotional attributes that lead to the formation of a distinctive character of a person (Weigert & Hastings, 1977; Leary & Tangney, 2005). Each person in a family, community or society has his or her unique and inherent aspects as far as tastes, preferences and responses to various stimuli are concerned. The identity of a person leads to formulation of his or her personality. Emotionally... ? Loss of Self...
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Community Service
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...identity development to work or in adults is not good as things are likely to go wrong. References Kenny, M. and Gallagher, L. (2003). Teenagers and Community Service: A guide to the issues. New York: Greenwood Publishing Group.... Community Service Affiliation: I agree that that all 18 year-olds should perform one year of national or community service before they pursue college or a paying job Community service should not be seen as a punishment but rather as a preparation step to college and the adult life for the teenagers. Community service program enables these 18 year olds who have always been treated as...
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Indigenous Identity
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...communities are generally more conservative in their stance on homosexuality and thus condemn gay marriages. According to Jones, the most significant changes in the traditional indigenous identity of the African Americans include gender roles in families, and oppression to racial segregation in the society. African American families have suffered from the torture... Indigenous Identity The person I interviewed was Martha Jones born in Las Vegas. She is married. Jones has a nuclear family structure in which the roles of the husband and the wife, though defined, are often interchanging. Both husband and wife share equal power in all matters, and the two get along with each other like friends, rather than...
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Professional identity
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...Identity                  Professional Identity Part A The nursing theory that most closely fits with the own theory of care is Madeline Leininger’s Transcultural nursing theory. This is because the nurse is a Latina who works with a large diverse population at Hennepin County Medical Center in downtown Minneapolis. Leininger’s Transcultural nursing theory offers care measures which are in accord with a group or individual’s cultural values, beliefs, and practices. Collectively, the nurse and the different patients innovatively design a different or new care lifestyle for the wellbeing or health of the patients. Nonetheless, the theory requires the nurse to employ both professional... ?  Professional...
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Australia's national identity
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...identities based on historical entities such as home, community, religion, region, gender and class, which offer them a sense of belonging; the unit that provides the highest sense of belonging being the nation or country. [Ignatieff, 1994 in Byung-Jin, 2003] Hans Kohn offers a comprehensive perception of national identity, which may be of contextual significance when analyzing the national identity of Australia. He explains nationalism and national identity as a volatile entity subject to constant alterations and not fixed or self-contained unit existing objectively. Kohn considers nationality as the product of a living force in both conceptually historical and political... AUSTRALIA'S NATIONAL...
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Culture and Identity
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...identity. The culture that is a part of society is based on the traditions and various concepts of how a culture is perceived. Communication becomes a form of culture and what it means to be a part of an identity (Carey, 3: 2008). Media and society then become intertwined with how different cultures are identified as well as the communication that is used with certain events. The ability to communicate through the use of images, as well as the form of content that is used, becomes the main concept in perceiving a message to others in society (Carey, 4: 2008... ? Literature Review The changes and representations that are a part of the media are reflected through different understandings of culture and...
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Art and identity
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...Identity Introduction The paper seeks to research on society transformations in relation to cultural studies that explore changed ways of living in by groups of people and networks which individuals use in communication with one another. Stuart Hall states that our geographical origins, natural position or class position stand to lose their relevance at this point in time. (http://www.northwestern.edu/clcst/pdf/hall.pdf) The issue of identity has created problems amongst different countries in the world. Different races, culture, creed and religion have demarcated boundaries as a result of identity amongst the members of the society .Struggle for resources has always... Task: Art and...
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Female Identity
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...Identity Revealed Mainly Through Opposition to Male Identity in 'The Color Purple' by Alice Walker and 'The New Dress' by Virginia Woolf This essay will examine how female identity is revealed through the main protagonists in 'The Color Purple' (Alice Walker, 1983) and 'The New Dress' (Virginia Woolf, 1927), addressing the question. Both works centre on the women's lives and the roles they have accepted or attributed to themselves, providing insight on ways that women allow themselves to be defined by the norms of the societies in which they live and how these impact. Celie in 'The Color Purple' encompasses a reflection of black society and the solidarity of women and kinship over a 30... Is Female...
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Identity and Representation
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...community. Being a Taiwanese, the Taiwanese Student Association is one of the organization I associate myself with. In this group, people regard me as one of their own who has come to the United States with the same dreams as them. I share several characteristics with people in this group including cultural heritage, beliefs, values, religion, color and race. This group has affected and influenced my identity to a particular level. The members in this group have helped me to adapt to changes in this new country... ?Development of Personal Identity A single characteristic does not explain how an individual is identified. An individual is recognized by the interaction of the environment and what he or she...
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Personal Identity in Facebook
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...Identity in Facebook and Other Social Networks Introducing Personal Identity in Social Networks a. Social networks can be of great influence to us. 2. Personal Identity Background a. There has been much important work done in this field. 3. A Closer Study a. Further investigation of different sources. 4. Deeper Understanding of the Study a. Some categories have been made through research. 5. Further Identity Contemplation a. Many things need to be agreed upon. Journalism Mass Media and Communication October 16, 2011 The Shaping Of Personal Identity in Facebook and Other Social Networks Introducing Personal Identity in Social Networks There have been many studies... ? Outline A. The Shaping of Personal...
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Discourse community
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...Community Introduction We can define dis community as a group of people who possess a common language, socialnorms, characteristics, basic values, patterns, or practices, which define their communication and identity (Bazerman 1). It is compulsory for any member of a discourse community to have the necessary expertise or skills for purposes of achieving the common goals of this group. Ideally, members in a discourse community have common goals and use a unique language, specific terminologies, and specialized genres to achieve these goals. Specific guidelines define the mode of...
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Media, Culture and Identity
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...communication process. It is seen that communication is an important part in the formation of a cultural identity as it is the means through which people interact and through the interaction, the culture is transmitted. The media is therefore seen to play a vital role in the formation and in the transmission of cultural identity for different people. The media is important in that it facilitates the process of communication between the different people in a community. By facilitating the process of communication, the media makes a major contribution in the creation and in the spread of culture. The media also has an important role in the evolution of the different cultural... Media, Culture, and...
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Identity Theft (PII)
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...Identity theft has also raised the problem of cyber stalking. Anderson (2008), who works with NTI (New Technologies, Inc.) writes that: NTI was involved in a case where an individual assumed the identity of a past employee that had been discharged by a business. That identity was used, over the Internet, to terrorize a female Human Resources Manager who had fired the individual. After several weeks of investigation we discovered that the communications were fabricated by a peer worker within the corporation. This, and many other such cases occurring due to insecure internet environment, have been identified and solved by forensic computing strategies. Ethical... ?Identity Theft Introduction Identity...
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Fashion and Social Identity
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...identity and predicting what people, wear is hard because the link between self and public persona is unstable (Davis, 1992). This paper reflects on literature concerning fashion as a tool for communicating social identity status as well... Introduction Fashion is a general term that refers to the current popular style or practice especially in clothing, footwear, or accessories. Fashion therefore, refers to any current trend in the look and dress up of a person. For many years, people have been using their clothing to put across certain messages. The type of clothing a person wears fully dependent on the preferences of the individuals. This therefore means that clothing is a perception of personal ident...
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Identity and Representation
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...identity and heritage and contribute positively to a country populated with a myriad of cultures. I attend and invite friends to my cultural functions as well as others that are foreign to me. I never point out any negative aspect of other cultures, especially in culturally polarized areas or around people that can be offended by my remarks. I make it my policy to participate, and invite others, to community service whenever time allows. I further realize that an emotion-oriented approach towards an identity representation can lead an individual... Identity and Representation Identity defines how people’s group affiliations (for example, cultural or national identity), as well as individuality are...
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Community Communication
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...community not only because we readily understand the necessity of survival through interactive relationship but even for the natural truth in historicity where there emerges discernment of historical background that enables one person to gauge the other in terms of a continuing culture they have both lived with though at separate places and time. The mutual respect or concern established toward a cultural or religious tradition, for instance, may hold us within a sensible meaning of community in which while we distinguish individual selves with unique identity to develop for personal growth, we know somewhere from the inner core that our mutuality... Community Communication Community, in our common...
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Identity Conflicts
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...Identity Conflicts and number 11 September Race, Gender, Clash of Civilizations, and Identity Conflicts In the film “Pleasantville” (1998) by Garry Ross, David and Jennifer, two teenagers who are also siblings, are transported into a town called Pleasantville. It is a black-and-white suburban community that celebrates traditional values and practices. For this film, Ross uses black-and-white color and mixed it with increasingly vibrant colors to reinforce the development of the plot. On the one hand, as a perfect world, the world is captured in black and white and framing focused on orderliness and peace. On the other hand, the film shows the underlying... ? Race, Gender, Clash of Civilizations, and...
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