Friday, May 31, 2019
From the time Janie was a child she had problems fitting in with her peers. This was partly because of her nice clothing, wonderful complexion, and persistent beautiful hair. Janies grandmother encouraged her to be different from her peers. She wanted to make up for her past mistakes raising children by having Janie become the person that she never was equal to be. During Janies early childhood she plays with the grandchildren of Ms. Washburn. It isnt until Janie is six years old that she realizes that she is black and different from Ms. Washburns grandchildren. When Janie starts to attend school she is treated differently. Her classmates do not give Janie a opportunity to be friendly instead they decide Janie considers herself better than they atomic number 18. This attitude causes Janie to make no friends at school. When Janie is sixteen years old her grandmother marries her off to a potato farmer named Logan Killicks. Janies grandmother feels that Janie needs to be married to a man that can take care of her so that she isnt wasted on soul who can not support her. The marriage to Logan does not work out for Janie. Logan sees her as a spoiled child who needs to learn to be a farm wife. Logan becomes champion of the many people who do not give Janie a chance to be herself. During her marriage to Logan Janie meets Joe Starks and runs off with him. Janie desperately wants Joe to be the one person to understand her and love her. However, what Joe sees in Janie is that she has class and he wants to make her one of his possessions. Janies marriage to Joe looks ideal to many of the townspeople but on the within she is very unhappy and still yearning to be loved. When Joe dies many years later Janie meets a younger man named Tea Cake. She leaves the small town to Eatonville with him and they are married. It is with Tea Cake that Janie is finally happy. Living with him in the muck with the migrant workers Janie is able to discover her self, what she can do, and how fulfilling true love is.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
What factors account for the rise of new social movements and what effect have they had on contemporary society?We argon all familiar with the stories of suffragettes burning their bras, and environmental enthusiasts breaking into labs and liberating rats back to the wild. But what caused women to abruptly rip of their pinnies, tell dad dinners in the get across and start running around without appropriate underwear? What caused contented homemakers to leave the cosy warmth of their gas fires in favour of chaining themselves to trees?And are such pack an eccentric minority, or have they profoundly affected the way we live and think in the western world today?To address these questions I depart begin by defining New Social Movements (or NSMs). To follow I will break down a few movements in more than detail, primary discussing what they stand for, and then examining how they originated and matured. In the latter section I will try to determine the scope and boundaries of their in fluence on contemporary society.Quite fixed guidelines have emerged as to what a New Social Movement is, and the kind of characteristics a political movement must have to classify as an NSM. Dalton and Kuechler intimateA set of opinions and beliefs in a population that represents preferences for changing some elements of the social structure and/or the reward distri hardlyion of society. However, by this definition anyone with any concern for any aspect of pollution, nuclear power, the quality of life and many other issues is a member of the social movement. Most writers agree in that respect are more definitive ways of identifying an NSM.They have ideological, organisational and tactical aspects. (Lovenduski and Norris, 1996)The ideological side is the most ambitious and romantic . . . social movements are challengers which seek to modification the agenda of the system in which they work. They advance ideas which, to be realised, would require fundamental and widespread change in policies and in values change which may be partially achieved through government action and legislation, but can not be wholly achieved in this way. They raise issues which question the dominant values that pay the political culture of their society, and hence have a political and cultural dimension. They aim to change people attitudes on a personal as head as public level.The organisational side is ... ...provided the opportunity for extreme growth and broader and deeper support networks which led to international organisations and further networking. The shift in the governments determine regarding society and its decision in favour of their causes justified and stabilised NSMs.There is now a sway towards socialism and libertarianism as in the new millenary we demand our individual rights and equality, but whether NSMs caused this or were a manifestation of it difficult to be sure about. Most likely they are mutually supporting pillars, but it is undeniable that NSMs have had a profound effect on our society and expectations. Our culture now accepts the diversity inherent in people and has a more citizen orientated set of interests with a dedication that gives our generation today the impression it has always been the way. A far cry from the slavery and the legal inferiority of women of not so long ago. NSMs have forced a new caution regarding technological and industrial progress, and they have modified the priorities, structure, and position of government. They have liberalised our attitudes towards the family, sex, drugs, film and literature, for fall in or for worse.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Macbeths Guilt reference points in the Shakespearean tragedy Macbeth scarcely feel guilt - with two exceptions Macbeth and madam Macbeth. In this essay lets consider their guilt-problem. In his book, On the Design of Shakespearean Tragedy, H. S. Wilson comments regarding the guilt of the protagonist It is a subtler thing which constitutes the chief fascination that the play exercises upon us - this fear Macbeth feels, a fear not fully defined, for him or for us, a terrible anxiety that is a sense of guilt without becoming (recognizably, at least) a sense of sin. It is not a sense of sin because he refuses to recognize such a category and, in his stubbornness, his savage defiance, it drives him on to more than and more terrible acts. (74) Blanche Coles states in Shakespeares Four Giants that, regarding guilt in the play Briefly stated, and with elaborations to follow, Macbeth is the story of a kindly, upright man who was incited and goaded, by the woman he deep loved, into c ommitting a murder and then, because of his sensitive nature, was unable to bear the heavy burden of guilt that descended upon him as a result of that murder. (37) In Memoranda Remarks on the Character of Lady Macbeth, Sarah Siddons mentions the guilt and ambition of Lady Macbeth and their effect Re I have given suck (1.7.54ff.) Even here, horrific as she is, she shews herself made by ambition, simply not by nature, a perfectly savage creature. The very use of such a tender allusion in the midst of her dreadful language, persuades one unambiguously that she has really felt the maternal yearnings of a mother towards her babe, and that she considered this action the almost enormous that ever required the strength of human nerves for its perpetration. Her language to Macbeth is the most potently eloquent that guilt could use. (56) Clark and Wright in their Introduction to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare explain how guilt impacts Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth is of a finer and more elegant nature. Having fixed her eye upon the end - the attainment for her husband of Duncans crown - she accepts the inevitable means she nerves herself for the terrible nights work by artificial stimulants yet she cannot see the sleeping king who resembles her father. Having su patsyed her weaker husband, her own strength gives way and in sleep, when her will cannot control her thoughts, she is piteously afflicted by the memory of one stain of blood upon her little hand.
Ecosystems and Environmental DiscourseWhat is an ecosystem? At first glance, this seems to be a straightforward question, one to be answered by surroundingsal scientists. However, the nonion of an ecosystem, or more specifically, the action that posits the existence of an ecosystem, raises a series of questions that challenge some basic assumptions about the environment. For instance, is an ecosystem a concrete object in the equal way that a stone or a tree is? Or instead, is an ecosystem a set of interactions between such objects?While ecosystems do indeed exist, it is not without dramatic changes in our epistemology that we can speak of such objects without contradiction. Most importantly, we must acknowledge that the existence of ecosystems is contingent on human society. Environmental scientists certainly get an important role in describing ecosystems and in prescribing correct management of these systems, but we miss an important aspect of humanitys role in the environment if we see ecosystems as discrete objects that exist independent of human society. Then what is an ecosystem? An ecosystem is a concept constructed by human society that aids us in perceiving an amazingly complex structure of interactions. This construction is rooted fundamentally in our language and the intervention that surrounds environmental issues. As such, the concept of discourse and the practice of discourse analysis are vital to understanding what an ecosystem might be. While there are advantages to seeing ecosystem as concrete objects, it is my intention in this section to attract an alternative view of ecosystems that is rooted in postpositivistic, postmodern analysis of reality. Hopefully, such analysis will also be useful in analyzing other concepts pertinent to environmental issues. To approach this alternative view, I will outline the concept of discourse as formulated by Michel Foucault, summarize the views and extension of post-Foucauldian discourse uninflected t heorists, and finally, apply these concepts to the question of ecosystems. Throughout, I will address the epistemological changes implicit in discourse analysis.A discourse is an institutionalized way of speaking that determines not only what we say and how we say it, but also what we do not say. Originating in the field of linguistics, the term discourse initially referred to whole units of dialect (conversations) and the speech community in which these units were communicated. William Labov (1972) and other sociolinguists have used discourse analysis primarily as a descriptive tool, leaving epistemological and postmodern considerations aside.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a novel that takes place in Utopia. Yet in this ideal place everyone is conditioned to be happy, it is a place where various things such as the arts are restricted so all spate will be synchronized in thinking. Love and commitment does not exist but sort of everyone belongs to everyone else. This place is also a place where configuration holidays help people escape from their realities and never have its society feel any kind of distress or illness. This place was not Utopia to John the Savage, it was rather a place of hell and torment which none of the things he enjoyed and loved existed. In the novel, freedom of the individual will is one of the fundamental beliefs at the theme of human ideals. While the purlieu or the public human beings (society) plays some part in forming the psyche of an individual, it is in the end, the choice of the individual (John) to be who they go badThe whole concept of Brave New World contradicts to everything John ever believed in. John came from a valet de chambre where art and expression of variation from the society existed. sight must face their problems and overcome them, and love requires commitment and is greatly appreciated. John was rather a Renaissance man detain in a world where none of his necessities in life existed. He was disgusted at their orgy-porgies, their belief of take, take, take not give, give, give. Total happiness did not exist to John in a world which lacked expression of the arts. It was rather total torment. Throughout the novel John continues to fight and believe for what he believes in while the surrounding environment continues to pressure him and submerge him into Utopian ways of life.The conflicts which were faced upon his arrival were of devastation. His life grew lonelier and lonelier each day with his dissatisfaction with the crude nature and refined society of the Utopians. He was trapped in a tedious world where there was nothing to do. John symb olizes the artist or the believer striving for ecstasy. Yet in a world of synchronized life, lack of arts, unrequited love, and runaways it is impossible to find ecstasy. He finds nothing worth living for in the ordinary world and strongly regrets his advance of the reservation in coming to this boring world. Clearly he is the image of a man trying to liberate himself from his own egotism.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a novel that takes place in Utopia. Yet in this ideal place everyone is conditioned to be happy, it is a place where various things such as the arts are restricted so all masses will be synchronized in thinking. Love and commitment does not exist but quite a everyone belongs to everyone else. This place is also a place where anatomy holidays help people escape from their realities and never have its society feel any kind of distress or illness. This place was not Utopia to John the Savage, it was rather a place of hell and torment which none of the things he enjoyed and loved existed. In the novel, freedom of the individual will is one of the fundamental beliefs at the bloodline of human ideals. While the surround or the public globe (society) plays some part in forming the psyche of an individual, it is in the end, the choice of the individual (John) to be who they takeThe whole concept of Brave New World contradicts to everything John ever believed in. John came from a mankind where art and expression of variation from the society existed. sight must face their problems and overcome them, and love requires commitment and is greatly appreciated. John was rather a Renaissance man detain in a world where none of his necessities in life existed. He was disgusted at their orgy-porgies, their belief of take, take, take not give, give, give. Total happiness did not exist to John in a world which lacked expression of the arts. It was rather total torment. Throughout the novel John continues to fight and believe for what he believes in while the surrounding environment continues to pressure him and submerge him into Utopian ways of life.The conflicts which were faced upon his arrival were of devastation. His life grew lonelier and lonelier each day with his dissatisfaction with the crude nature and refined society of the Utopians. He was trapped in a tedious world where there was nothing to do. John symbolizes the artist o r the believer striving for ecstasy. Yet in a world of synchronized life, lack of arts, unrequited love, and runaways it is impossible to find ecstasy. He finds nothing worth living for in the ordinary world and strongly regrets his forget of the reservation in coming to this boring world. Clearly he is the image of a man trying to liberate himself from his own egotism.
Monday, May 27, 2019
In this paper I depart be discourseing intimately the founder of the psychoanalytic theory, Sigmund Freud. Who came up with many shipway to find out why we do the things we do and ideate the way we destine. Sigmund Freud was an awe few mind that thought things and put it on paper that we might would esteem was too offending to others. Throughout the decades his work has been deciphered by many people who try to make disposition of it, and in this paper I will try to let you issue what understanding I got from the course sessions.When it comes to compare and contrasting the psychoanalytic theories of Sigmund Freud, Carl Gustav Jung, and Alfred Alder, I felt wish well Sigmund Freud had the most, wide range of theories and the broader range of thoughts passim his readings. One thing that Alder touched on that throw me is the fact that we all some kind of way are coming into our personality as a squirt while suckling on our moms breast. another(prenominal) thing that puzzl ed me about(predicate) Alder is that our personality comes from a form of sexuality, like the chin wag he made about every mavin having a crush on their go at an early age and mainly boys but girls as well.From what I read though is that the female will stop that sexual connection with their mother and transfer it to their dad, and it was said its because they dont put one across a penis. It seems to me that all of Alders query was more on how people think from sexuality experiences quite than any life experiences. On the other hand there is Jung who wrote that the visions and dreams he often see were not unimportant coincidences, but instead were valuable communication theory of information from the realm of the paranormal.This I also found really puzzling because we all know that we have dreams but have never thought that the dreams or thoughts came from another realm. Jungs ego is quite similar in scope and meaning to Freuds. It is the brass of personality thats conscio us, and it embodies the sense of self. (Jung believed that this personal identity, or ego, substantial around age four. ) One of the central ways in which Adlers views differed from those of Freud was the emphasis from each one placed on the origin of motivation.REF Throughout my reading about Jung I found that his theories made more sense than those of Freud, mainly because Freuds theories were base on a persons sexuality which I find terrible to believe mainly because of the fact that his theories are based on sex. Whereas Jungs theories made more sense to me as far as him quoting that our dreams are like an iceberg, with dreams being bigger than what they appear to be and our collective unconscious that we quartert control is our past elders.When it comes to Alder I retrieve like his psychoanalytic theories makes a lot of sense also because he feels like everyone has their take unique motivations on why they make the decisions they make in life and also how that individual person perceives the life that they have been raised around. What is significant about Adlers notion is that it involves comparisons and rivalries with other people. For Adler, social interest is a primary source of motivation. The internal drives emphasized by Freud are complemented by external pressures, in particular those arising from relationships.REF When it comes to the distributor points of Freuds theory, its very interesting on how he broke down the shows. The first one I want to talk to you about is the Oral symbolize in which he says that you are like a child thats depending on their mother for milk and comfort and pleasure. Also he felt like that if you carry this Oral stage oer into your adult life that you would develop habits like attachment, and also have pleasure from biting, chewing, sucking hard candy, eating or smoking cigarettes.The next stage is the anal retentive stage in which he talked how as kids we learned to use the pot, and those of us who learned mobile and was willing to use the bathroom would shake the Anal stage and the ones who would want to hold their feces would likely be stuck in the anal stage. Also he stated that these certain people would like to make messes and also making messes of other peoples lives. (Or they may be overly concerned with neatness, parsimony, order, and organizationREF) The next stage is the phallic stage in where he says a child starts touching their genitals and participates in masturbation.This stage seemed odd to me because I cant discard masturbating at the age of four. The next stage is the genital stage in which he states that if you make it through all the challenges of childhood with enough sexual strength still left then there will purportedly be a fairly well-adjusted life, dominated by the genital stage. When it comes to the defense mechanisms of Freud repression is one that I can affect to simply because as a child my father left the house and was gone for many birthdays which m ade me not affirm men.That plays on in my mind now that I have a two year old son of my own, that I would never leave his status and will always be there as foresightful as God is willing. Another defense mechanism is denial and I can relate to that also because when my granddad passed away it was hard on me and I was in denial of not wanting to accept that he was gone and Id never see him again. Another defense mechanism that I could relate to is sublimation in which I transform my dangerous urges into positive ones. One way that I do this is by helping out at the local anesthetic boys club and helping my elders as much as possible.In conclusion Freud, Jung, and Alder had wide minds on them that impoverishmented to be wrote down with every thought. Because end-to-end my time on this earth I have never heard people talk so openly about why people do the things they do and think the way they think. As I went over the readings I could only think what type of life these people re ally lived. Also some of the points they made about certain things really made sense especially the oral stage. We need great minds like that in our world to make sense of things like why things happen the way they do.Psychoanalytic TheoryIn this paper I will be talking about the founder of the psychoanalytic theory, Sigmund Freud. Who came up with many ways to find out why we do the things we do and think the way we think. Sigmund Freud was an awesome mind that thought things and put it on paper that we might would think was too offending to others. Throughout the decades his work has been deciphered by many people who try to make sense of it, and in this paper I will try to let you know what understanding I got from the readings.When it comes to comparing and contrasting the psychoanalytic theories of Sigmund Freud, Carl Gustav Jung, and Alfred Alder, I felt like Sigmund Freud had the most, wide range of theories and the broader range of thoughts throughout his readings. One thing that Alder touched on that puzzled me is the fact that we all some kind of way are coming into our personality as a child while suckling on our moms breast. Another thing that puzzled me about Alder is that our personality comes from a form of sexuality, like the comment he made about everyone having a crush on their mother at an early age and mainly boys but girls also.From what I read though is that the female will stop that sexual connection with their mother and transfer it to their dad, and it was said its because they dont have a penis. It seems to me that all of Alders research was more on how people think from sexuality experiences rather than any life experiences. On the other hand there is Jung who wrote that the visions and dreams he often experienced were not unimportant coincidences, but instead were valuable communications of information from the realm of the paranormal.This I also found really puzzling because we all know that we have dreams but have never thought th at the dreams or thoughts came from another realm. Jungs ego is quite similar in scope and meaning to Freuds. It is the aspect of personality thats conscious, and it embodies the sense of self. (Jung believed that this personal identity, or ego, developed around age four. ) One of the central ways in which Adlers views differed from those of Freud was the emphasis each placed on the origin of motivation.REF Throughout my reading about Jung I found that his theories made more sense than those of Freud, mainly because Freuds theories were based on a persons sexuality which I find hard to believe mainly because of the fact that his theories are based on sex. Whereas Jungs theories made more sense to me as far as him quoting that our dreams are like an iceberg, with dreams being bigger than what they appear to be and our collective unconscious that we cant control is our past elders.When it comes to Alder I feel like his psychoanalytic theories makes a lot of sense also because he feels like everyone has their own unique motivations on why they make the decisions they make in life and also how that individual person perceives the life that they have been raised around. What is significant about Adlers notion is that it involves comparisons and rivalries with other people. For Adler, social interest is a primary source of motivation. The internal drives emphasized by Freud are complemented by external pressures, especially those arising from relationships.REF When it comes to the stages of Freuds theory, its very interesting on how he broke down the stages. The first one I want to talk to you about is the Oral stage in which he says that you are like a child thats depending on their mother for milk and comfort and pleasure. Also he felt like that if you carry this Oral stage over into your adult life that you would develop habits like attachment, and also have pleasure from biting, chewing, sucking hard candy, eating or smoking cigarettes.The next stage is the Anal stage in which he talked how as kids we learned to use the pot, and those of us who learned quick and was willing to use the bathroom would shake the Anal stage and the ones who would want to hold their feces would likely be stuck in the anal stage. Also he stated that these certain people would like to make messes and also making messes of other peoples lives. (Or they may be overly concerned with neatness, parsimony, order, and organizationREF) The next stage is the phallic stage in where he says a child starts touching their genitals and participates in masturbation.This stage seemed odd to me because I cant recall masturbating at the age of four. The next stage is the genital stage in which he states that if you make it through all the challenges of childhood with enough sexual energy still left then there will supposedly be a fairly well-adjusted life, dominated by the genital stage. When it comes to the defense mechanisms of Freud repression is one that I can relate to simply because as a child my father left the house and was gone for many birthdays which made me not trust men.That plays on in my mind now that I have a two year old son of my own, that I would never leave his side and will always be there as long as God is willing. Another defense mechanism is denial and I can relate to that also because when my granddad passed away it was hard on me and I was in denial of not wanting to accept that he was gone and Id never see him again. Another defense mechanism that I could relate to is sublimation in which I transform my dangerous urges into positive ones. One way that I do this is by helping out at the local boys club and helping my elders as much as possible.In conclusion Freud, Jung, and Alder had great minds on them that needed to be wrote down with every thought. Because throughout my time on this earth I have never heard people talk so openly about why people do the things they do and think the way they think. As I went over the readings I cou ld only think what type of life these people really lived. Also some of the points they made about certain things really made sense especially the oral stage. We need great minds like that in our world to make sense of things like why things happen the way they do.
Sunday, May 26, 2019
Vegetarians vs. Meat Eaters Introduction Vegetarianism is adopted by many individuals as way of living life. Vegetarianism is the voluntary temperance from consuming meat. The issue is whether or not a vegetarian nutriment is truly safer than a diet compriseing of meat. Individuals adopt a vegetarian lifestyle for different reasons. Some of the reasons consist of religious or ethical beliefs, or health reasons. Vegetarian diets are similarly recommended as a medicinal diet for individuals poor from heart disease, flake 2 diabetes, and high cholesterol.The results of a vegetarian diet may seem advantageous, but the safety of a vegetarian diet is questionable. Some individuals consider vegetarianism to be the healthiest way of living. On the former(a) hand, severe consequences occur when relying solely on vegetables as a way of life. The ingestion of meat in a diet is necessary to obtain the food for thoughts not provided in vegetables. Vegetarianism In 1847, the term vegetari anism was coined by the bringers of the Vegetarian Society of Great Britain. use of goods and services of only vegetables, have existed since the creation of diets.Increases of food not containing meat have increase since the 1990s. Most of the increases occurred because doctors and medical organizations stated that limiting meat intake could result in a less chance of developing degenerative diseases. The vegetarian lifestyle dates seat to one of the oldest cultures, the Hindus. Hindus consume a vegetarian diet because of their religious beliefs. Based on Hindu beliefs, beauty, good memory, and longer life spans are possessed, if meat is not consumed. Beliefs, much(prenominal) as the Hindus, differ depending on the culture.Vegetarianism is as well as used as a way of treating common illnesses. Currently, many individuals suffer from illnesses such as high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. In some cases, the implementation of an all vegetable diet has been incorp orated to help patheticer the effects related to these conditions. In patients suffering from cancer, vegetarianism is used as a dietary therapy treatment. Vegetarianism is used to treat one of Americas largest conditions, obesity. In 2008, the medical costs associated with individuals suffering from obesity were nearly $147 billion (CDC, 2012).Implementing a vegetarian diet is one way to reduce the excess tip of obese individuals and lower medical costs. Implementing an all-vegetable diet is easy to implement and it is an frugal practice for aiding in the treatment of medical conditions. Limitations of Vegetarianism Vegetarianism may be beneficial, but the deficiencies that occur as a result of this diet, outweigh the benefits. According to the governmental provender Guide profit, five sources of foods should be consumed in order to supply the body with essential nutrients. The five food sources are milk, bread, fruit, vegetable, and meat groups.These dietary guidelines were created to help individuals stick out a healthier lifestyle. When a necessary nutrient is removed from the body, complications may begin to occur. Restricting meat from the body produces a deficiency in the nutrients need for the body to lean properly (Timko, 2012). The nutrients that the body loses on an all-vegetable diet consist of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Vitamin B-12, Calcium, and atomic number 26. Omega-3 productive acids are a type of nutrient that is not manufactured by the body, but is essential. This nutrient must be obtained through an individuals diet, which would have to consist of fish.Omega-3 has the ability to slow the discipline of atherosclerosis, it is an anti-inflammatory, it lowers triglyceride levels, and it helps with depression. When foods are not consumed that contain this nutrient, individuals face a higher chance of developing cancer, cardiovascular disease, brain development complications, and inflammation (Timko, 2012). Vitamin B-12 is a nutrient that is constitute in the protein of animals, dairy, eggs, seafood, and plants (Web M. D. , 2012). Although B-12 is found in plants, it cannot be consumed by humans.Therefore, the consumption of meat is necessary. Vitamin B-12 is necessary for the body because it prevents the blood levels in the body from becoming too low (Web M. D. , 2012). When the body lacks Vitamin B-12, serious conditions may occur such as anemia (lack of healthy red blood cells) or irreversible nerve damage. The consumption of Vitamin B-12 also helps treat and prevents anemia, memory loss, unhealthy immune systems, loss of energy and concentration, and heart disease (Web M. D. , 2012) Calcium is the third deficiency occurring from restricting meat from the body.Dairy products provide the superior source of calcium for the body. About 70% of the United States receives calcium from dairy products (MedicineNet, 2012). The body depends on calcium for the production of strong bones. Calcium also helps the lungs, heart , and muscles to function properly (Mayo, 2012). When the body lacks calcium, it could result in low bone mass production which leads to osteoporosis (Mayo, 2012). The final nutrient lost in a vegetarian diet is iron. Iron is important because it aids in the transferenceation of oxygen throughout the body (MedicineNet, 2012).When the body lacks iron, individuals tend to feel fatigued and immune function decreases. To counteract the contact of fatigue, it is important to consume meats that contain iron. Disadvantages of Vegetarianism The lifestyle of a vegetarian has drawbacks that could result into long term issues for individuals. The vegetarian lifestyle requires individuals to replace the nutrients received from meat, by using other products. numerous vegetarians use cheese and other daily products to provide calcium and vitamins with their meals. Depending strictly on vegetables does not mean that an individual will be healthier.When individuals supplement limited products t o make up for what they lack in meat, it could cause excessive weight gain over the years (Lunan, 2011). In an article authorize Vegetarians Beware the Carbs and Cheese, 29,138 vegetarians and non-vegetarians were surveyed. The results showed that womanish vegetarians were no healthier than meat-eating females. On the other hand, male vegetarians suffered from gastrointestinal and musculoskeletal symptoms (Lunan, 2011). Mental disorders have the ability to affect numerous types of individuals, including vegetarians.In an article entitled Vegetarian Diet and Mental Disorders, based on a community survey, vegetarians were highly associated with having mental disorders (Michalak, 2012). The study showed how vegetarians had an elevated rate for mental disorders such as depressive disorders, trouble disorders, and somatoform disorders. The study also showed that once a vegetarian diet was adopted, then a mental disorder followed the start of the diet (Michalak, 2012). When vegetarians restrict their body of what it needs, such as meat, it begins to affect the mind as well.It is mentally unsafe for a person to consume an all-vegetable diet. If consumption of only vegetables causes an individual to gain a mental disorder, it is straightforward that this is an unhealthy choice to adopt. Anorexia is another serious condition that younger female vegetarians face. Some dieticians believe that teenagers who are limiting themselves to a vegetable only diet are also setting themselves up to developing anorexia nervosa (Vegetarian or Anorexic? , 1999). This disorder typically affects young females. Anorexia causes individuals to eat as less as possible, which causes malnourishment.When this occurs, it also increases the risk of developing high blood pressure, hormone imbalances, liver problems, and slow heart beats. Being a vegetarian gives individuals an excuse to worry about what they eat and to be overly cautious. When a younger female avoids food, she is typically av oiding it for the wrong reasons. The disadvantages that result from living a lifestyle of a vegetarian have the ability to cause unsafe illnesses. take in right, including all of the five food groups in a daily diet, is safer than adopting a diet that can have negative results in the future.Benefits of Meat Consumption Contrary to what close vegans think, important benefits are derived from consuming meat. The first benefit that individuals receive from meat is protein. Meats contain a large amount of proteins that are beneficial to the body. When protein is in the body, it allows for building of body tissues, repairing of damages muscles, and production of antibodies used to fight infections. Amino acids are also found in meats, which aid in modify the bodys immune system (Medical Daily, 2012).Meat contains all of the amino acids therefore it is one of the best sources of protein. Not only does it provide protein for the body, it also helps to maintain your skin. A second benef it of consuming meat is that it contains three important nutrients iron, selenium, and zinc. Iron is important because it aids in the production of hemoglobin in the body. It also helps transport oxygen thought the body (Medical Daily, 2012). Selenium is a mineral that is essential to good health, but has to be consumed in an individuals diet. Selenium is found in crab, liver, fish, and poultry.This mineral is necessary because it breaks down chemicals and fats in the body. Zinc is an important mineral because it aids in metabolism and formation of tissue (Medical Daily, 2012). Vitamins are a very important part of every individual diet. Consuming meats allows the body to receive vitamins that are necessary for it to function properly. Vitamins A, B, and D are three of the most important vitamins that the body needs. These vitamins promote strong bones and teeth, good mental health, nervous system support, and better vision. ConclusionRestricting a diet to only vegetable intake does not guarantee that a vegetarian in healthier than an individual that consumes meat. Vegetarians do benefit from this type of lifestyle because they may have lower cholesterol, less weight gain, and lower risks of developing illnesses. On the other hand, restricting meat from a diet results in numerous complications. The loss of nutrients such as iron, calcium, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids, are a tremendous disadvantage for vegetarians. Vegetarians may suffer from anorexia, mental disorders, and gastrointestinal problems.When changing a diet causes more harm than good, the best finale is to give the body the nutrients it was designed to receive. References Centers for Disease Control and taproom (CDC). Obesity August 13, 2012 http//www. cdc. gov/obesity/data/adult. html Deckere, E. 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Saturday, May 25, 2019
1. What are the key victor factors of LV in Japan?Since Louis Vuitton entered the Japan market in 1968, it became the most popular extravagance note in Japan by having 28 percent share in Japans market. The key success of LV in Japan is mainly contributed by the appropriate balance in memory the brand globalized while localized at certain areas for the Nipponese. To achieve this outcome, the consistency in harvest-tide quality, fashion appeal and brand image were carefully controlled and ultimately the Japanese developed an obsession towards LV.Being a initiative sumptuousness brand having a long history, LV does not need to localize its brand image in order to be successful in Japan. What the Japanese consumers seek from LV is a European luxurious image and lifestyle which can enhance their status. Thus, LV personas the foreign consumer culture positioning as a European (or French) brand to market its products in Japan. In order to maintain its image, product quality is a b asic requirement for consumers to recognize the brands value.Therefore LV maintains lofty quality products and most of them were manufactured in France. In additional, the image of the brand is maintained by keeping up with the trends while enduring prestige of the brands culture. For advertising, as they understand the Japanese consumers, LV did not hire Japanese celebrities to be the spokesperson. They still use the international superstars like Jennifer Lopez and Madonna, top models like Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss to be the spokesperson in their advertisement. All these controls have emphasized LVs consistent high-end image for the Japanese consumers.Although LV remains globalization in Japanese market, it still has some areas that is localized and suit the Japanese culture. For instant, LVs classic Monogram Canvas conventionality was inspired by Japanese floral print and the collaboration with Japanese artist Takashi Murakami in designing the bag have let the patriotic Japan ese to recognized LV as they appreciate their own culture and support their own country in a large extent. Therefore, Japanese consumers are more than willing to accept the brand and have a positive attitude towards LV.2. What accounts for the devil tiered economy? Why are Japanese consumers (especially women) purchasing luxury goods during economically instable times?The two tiered economy is a global phenomenon which is similar to the idea of M-shaped society in Japan. It refers to the polarization of the economy in two tiers. The two tiered economy was shown in this case by the increasing number of demand for the luxury product while the income of the Japanese was decreasing and the unemployment prescribe is increasing. Globalization is the main factor contributed to the two tiered economy as it stimulate the strength and speed of competition in contrasting industries and also the modify of wealth.There are several reasons for Japanese consumers to purchase luxury goods duri ng economic downturn. The first reason is that some of the young Japanese women who are living with their parents were minded(p) money to spend. They are not directly affected by the economic conditions and therefore they are still affordable for the luxury goods. Also, some of the Japanese women whitethorn have no faith in the future and believe that they should concentrate on fulfilling their current need only. Some Japanese consumers even purchase luxury goods to maintain their identity and status in groups and social contact. If everyone in a particular group owned a LV good and you belong to that group, regular(prenominal) Japanese will definitely own one LV bag also.3. What stimulates such a high demand for LV in Japan? What puts Louis Vuitton everyplace its competitors in Japan?LV was demanded by a large amount of Japanese because it understands their consumers more. Japanese shoppers have a quest for perfection with their culture. LV providing high quality products which made it distinctive when comparing to its competitors thus fulfill the need of the Japanese consumers. In order to make sure the quality of the products, each product produced by LV must pass a rigorous control. They also have a perfect balance between mechanization and handmade. For the product design, not only the designer is responsible for this category. When the marketing team found that consumers have high demand for a certain product, they modified an existing bag and move it to production later on. It is clear that LV response to their consumers more and quicker.4. Was there any strategy undertaken by LV to enter the Japanese market?When entranceway the Japanese market initially, LV is hoping to tackle the problem of counterfeit goods in Asia region. Therefore LV has not changed its image or localized itself in different aspects so as to attract the Japanese consumers. However, it is also a kind of strategy that is appropriate for the Japanese consumers. As the Japanese con sumers thirst for a high-end European brand which is the image of what a luxury brand should be liked, LV entered the Japanese market successfully. Some examples included the globalization of the advertisements used and also the scathe in Japan was even higher than the one in Paris. In addition, LV stores are designed with sleek and modern interior design and come a landmark in Japan. Consumers will then feel more luxurious when shopping in the stores.5. What are the challenges facing LV? And how should LV promise them?The main challenge of LV is the problem of counterfeit goods, loss of lead designers and the balance between expansion and protection in its own brands exclusive features. Indeed, counterfeit good is already a global problem for all the luxury brands. In order to tackle this problem, LV should restrict the information outflow of the production of its products. For instant, LV already closed down a huge factory in Guangzhou. Also, LV should be aware of the after sa les agreement service for the consumers, especially the Japanese consumers. When the consumers realized the quality and also services worth the high price, they will be encouraged to buy the real products alternatively than the counterfeit one.For the problem of loss of lead designers, LV should train some young and talented designers (e.g. graduates from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design where a surge of famous fashion designer graduated) to let them work for the brand and develop a deeper understanding in the brand. For the problem of balancing its expansion while keeping the brands own personality, LV is already doing a good job as it controls its own distribution network. Even when the economy is in its downturn, LV insisted not to mark down its product. All these have helped LV to protect its own image.
Friday, May 24, 2019
leading in todays world has a vital role for organizations in achieving and maintaining long-term success, to create sustainable measure outs and to purify the quality of business. Without sober draw either activity is doomed to survive in changing environment. Only directful attractor with clear day-dream and desolation to diversified world can effectively achieve goals, creating and keeping up certain values.Actually, attractorship is some understanding people, and mainly about the process of acquiring people all pointing and acting in the same direction. It is about listening, and making a real connection with the followers. It implies unique vision, making strategic choices, and designing and change an organization to conduct business. (Leader Values) In short, leadership has evolved to the creation of a culture around a shared vision and value system homed on certain principles.Creating a vision that encompasses the ultimate goal of the organization gives directio n to the purpose, processes, and employees. Through communicating this vision, the leaders are able to tie in the vision to the work processes, constructing a solid structure to bring focus to the organizations goals. A clear vision creates an environment of support from lower watchfulness and as well as their subordinates.In other words, leadership can be defined as a way to influence others ideas. Values hold still for a leaders standards and what exactly a leader represents. Leadership has stood the test of time as a way to influence other actions, thoughts, and ideas. The primarily purpose of leadership is to create goals to follow and live by. Values play a central part of a leaders psychological makeup. Values are an classic component of the moral reasoning process. Values also serve to organize attitudes, which are general and enduring positive or negative feelings about more or less someone, object, or issue.Leaders value the relationships they hold with their co-worker s and employees. A leader sees his or her relationship with others as the window to how effective they are at leading. If they have good relations with others, then that reflects how they operate and who views them as valuable. Although many leaders can have the wrongful impression that they are the ones that make things happen and that is untrue. The realization that the leader does not know everything is an attribute that makes them a better leader. A leader that is humble creates an environment that is relaxed and warrants the creation of better work and products from other employees.Trust of the leader among employees becomes a major responsibility in the office when leading others. It is impossible to lead people who think that you are not trustworthy. A good leader knows that they must earn the trust of their co-workers rather than expecting it to be handed to them with their position within the office. Leader must also give full support to his employee base in times of prospe rity and ruin. Employees must have a sense of confidence in their leader when decisions are to be made and operational changes that affects them as a whole.Effective leader is also good listener and communicator. I think that employees find a grave difference between hearing and listening. hearing involves taking time to understand not only the problem but also the details surrounding the situation that is occurring. A good leader is polished through hearing the troubles of employees at a deeper and more personal level. Employees are conscientious that their leader take the time to know intimate details about them and this increases their loyalty and motivation to reach higher levels of productiveness.This relationship also improves the work environment and enables employees to commit to their jobs, the corporation, and to their leader. Appreciation is another value-creating activity and is an esteem-builder that is irreplaceable by any other means. It energizes people, and it mak es them want to exceed their goals and commit to a lasting relationship to a particular company. By creating a supportive atmosphere, it aids the overall productivity of the employees because they feel successful when the corporation succeeds.It is vital for leaders to conduct their work in an ethical manner to earn and maintain the confidence of team members, colleagues, employees, employers, clients and the national (Gray and Larson, 550). Leadership integrity must be firmly grounded in the companys values and integrated into individual employee values. Leaders must build a company culture based on its core values and supported by a storehouse of stories, by telling your people what the organization stands for, what it is stressful to achieve and what is in it for them. The changing world calls for leaders who will react openly to the introduction of new cultural identities and diversities and who will face ethical issues responsibly.Leadership comes from within us, in the sense that deeply held values and principles provide the road map for the way we lead, and the way other people respond. Whether the leader is a person of impeccable moral fiber, or quite disreputable, it is always their personal value system that sustains them in their quest. (Leader Values) First of all, we must realize, understand and communicate our own value systems, and must focus on balancing the interests and concerns of others, helped by understanding their value systems. This is a precondition to enable others to recognize, understand and then follow any leaders activity.In conclusion, it is clear to see how many difficult characteristics a leader must possess, making the importance of the leadership role irrefutable. Much similar sheep needing a shepherd, a group needs a leader to guide them in the right direction. In order to be classified as a leader, one must have a sense of drive, leadership motivation, integrity, self-confidence, and knowledge of the business. It is with these characteristics that a true leader can accomplish the ever-important aspiration of getting a group of people to work with each other towards a goal and create sustainable value in organization.References Leader Values. 4 Es in Short. Leader Values Website, 2004 Gray, Clifford F. Larson, Erik W. Project Management The Managerial Pr
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Case Summary FreshDirect is the largest online grocery firm in the New York market, and one of the largest in the country. With more than 250,000 guests ordering over 8,500 products every day, the company faced severe logistics and management decision making issues. To solve these issues, FreshDirect adopted a comprehensive try data base system from SAP which utilized a takings of business intelligence applications to track orders and customers. SAP AG is a German multinationalsoftwarecorporation that makesenterprise softwareto manage business operations and customer relations.Headquartered inWalldorf, Baden-Wurttemberg, with regional offices around the world, SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software. The companys best-known software products are its enterprise resource planning application (SAP ERP), its enterprise data warehouse solution SAP production line Warehouse (SAP BW), SAP BusinessObjects software, and most recently, Sybase mobile products and in-mem ory computing applianceSAP HANA. SAP is one of thelargest software companiesin the world. 1.How is it possible, as Braddock noted, to have a owing(p) debate of data but little tuition? How does the SAP data base and business intelligence component change this? Answer To have a great deal of data but little information is only possible when there is a lot of data but none of it is screen out or organized properly. If we distinguish between data and information then well see that Data is raw, unorganized facts that need to be processed. Data can be something simple and seemingly random and useless until it is organized.Whereas when data is processed, organized, structuredor presented in a given context so as to make it useful, it is called Information. FreshDirect has to deal with thousands of customers, their order, imparty time and place and the required human resource for the business to run. But this required huge amount of data collection in a very organized way, which they lacked. While the end goal was to deliver fresh food to thousands of customers everyday on schedule, the exact location of orders at any implication was not understood, or who was in charge of them.Mistakes were happening routinely, but there was no record of how orders were wretched through the logistics chain. Mr. Braddock knew that FreshDirect needed a system of constant feedback, a real-time database that would follow every step and misstep of distributively business day, so that minor gaffes could be resolved before they turned into unsound problems. SAP ERPis the corporationsEnterprise Resource Planning, an integ arrayd software solution that incorporates the key business functions of the organization.Enterprise resource planning(ERP) systems integrate internal and externalmanagement informationacross an entire organization, embracingfinance/accounting,manufacturing, sales and service,customer relationship management, etc. ERP systems automate this activity with an integr atedsoftwareapplication. The purpose of ERP is to facilitate the precipitate of information between all business functions inside the boundaries of the organization and manage the connections to outside stakeholders.Today, if a truck goes out 15 minutes late or if a container of jalapeno hummus is left off an order, the problem can be traced to its source. Also, the real-time data reports allow FreshDirect to shift its resources to areas of customer demand, beefing up expertness based on the popularity of delivery zones and time s scores, anticipating which products might sell out and stocking up on them in advance. Thus by using SAPs business intelligence software ERP FreshDirect changed their weakness into strength. . What is meant by visibility into the workflow and why is it grand to FreshDirects success? What are exception screens and how are they employ? Answer Business process is the set of activities that run the business. Business process visibility allows end users to gather business information to improve non-IT related issues, helps enable fast determination to see if business issues are truly IT-related, ensures that IT is aligned with the business and helps improve overall business efficiency.Business process visibility plays very important role in FreshDirects success. It is such type of business organization which required highly efficient workflow with rapid response ensuring best quality. It has to deliver fresh food to thousands of customers daily on a pre-fixed schedule and in different location. As there was no visibility of workflow before lots of mistakes were happening, the exact location of orders at any moment was not understood, or who was in charge of them.Mistakes were happening routinely, but there was no record of how orders were moving through the logistics chain. But after installing a business intelligence software FreshDirect ensured its visibility in business process. FreshDirect was profitable for the first time in 2008 . The key to profitability has been improving their execution of the initial concept. In recent years, they have introduced the following customer centric ideas 1 Produce Employed experts to rate the freshness of all produce and set prices accordingly.This reduces customer concerns about not being able to feel the product. 2 Packaging Eliminated the use of foam, and reduced the number of cardboard boxes by 1. 5 million in response to customer complaints. 3 Favorites Developed a customer relationship management system that tracks each customers past purchases, and presents them on-screen for re-ordering. Increased order size by 10%. 4 Recommender system Added a YMAL (You-Might-Also-Like) cross-selling tool, which recommends products that other customers purchased. Added 5% to total revenue.Now in control of its logistics, and with powerful business intelligence tools, FreshDirect increased customer loyalty and reduced its churn rate (the number of customers who leave the service). Cu rrently, 65% of its total customer base are repeat, loyal customers, whose average order size is over $100, and who contribute 80% of FreshDirect revenues. According to a recent SEC filing, in 2011 FreshDirect has increase $50 million in additional equity from outside investors. FreshDirect now has almost 2,000 employees, 250,000 customers, and has delivered more than 6,000,000 orders.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Poets implement many ways when they want to march on close tothing victimization poems. Poems are used as a means of passing ideas, information and expression of feelings. This has made the poets to use the natural things and images that people can relate with so that they can make these poems understandable. The most common forms of compose that are used by the poets are the figurative verbiage for example imagery and metaphors. In addition, the poets use the natural landscape in their attempt to explore the philosophical questions.Therefore, this essay volition explore the forms that have been used by the poets in writing poems using the natural landscape. The essay will be based on poems such as Stopping by Woods on a Snowy even by Robert Frost, Ode to the westward Wind by Shelley and Swan and Shadow by John Hollanders. The poets use different styles and techniques in writing poems. They employ varying styles of writing poems that include the styles of literature such as symbolism. This has necessitated the use of the natural landscape to pass the ideas for which the poem was intended.When the natural landscape is used in poetry, it necessitates a insane asylum of the mind through imagination. The lector of the poem will be in a position of deriving the significance of the poem from what he reads. This has been demonstrated by J. Hollander in his poem the Swan and Shadow. Hollander starts his poem with a description of the Dusk above the water hang the loud flies. This will give the reviewer a figurative image of what the poet meant because it relates to what is found in nature. The natural physical landscape is also used by the poets because it can be easily tie in with and therefore it is used as a simile.The similes are literary techniques used when we want to relate something with a nonher item with similar attributes. Therefore, it will be easier to understand the poems when the poets apply techniques that are familiar with the lecturer. T his presents the reason behind the poets using the natural landscape because the reader must have related with the nature. Shelley in his poem Ode to the atomic number 74 Wind has used similes in his poem. He states that, the leaves dead are driven interchangeable ghosts from an enchanter fleeing. He also states that, the winged seeds where they lie cold and low for each one like a corpse within its grueling. As observed from these examples, the poets will use these techniques to assist in easier interpretation of the poem. The poets also use metaphors when writing poems. Metaphors lift to the use of certain words to mean otherwise in the context of the poem. However, metaphors are sometimes hidden in the poem such that they require the reader to figure out their existence in the poem. This will be easy when the poet employs the physical environment that is well understood by the reader. In addition, metaphors will sanction the ideas that the poet wants to pass across.Metapho rs will therefore make it easier for the readers to interpret and understand the meaning that the poet intended to communicate. Shelley has used a metaphor in his poem where he states Pestilence-stricken multitudes. He states this to indicate to the reader that he is not exclusively addressing a pile of leaves. Therefore, this helps to understand the deeper meaning of the poem. He also states about the wintry bed, which is meant to pose his humour in the poem. Poets also use the landscape in writing poems because of the inspiration that they get from such places.This could be based on some retentiveness or the history of the place and therefore it inspires the writer of the poem. This could help the poet to pass some information that can be easily related with such a situation. Robert Frost in his poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, writes about his experience in the wood in a snowy evening. He states that though the wood would protect him from the snow, he had to get hom e to sleep because it was getting late. The poet was indicating the obligations that he was supposed to perform though he could protect himself from the snow.The poet has also employed personification where he refers to the horse and states that his horse would find it queer when he stood by the woods where there was no farmhouse nearby. By stating the above, he gave the horse some human attributes. The poet has used nature to indicate that though he would have stayed in the woods to see as they are covered with snow, he had to fulfill his promises through carrying out his duties. The poets also use personification by referring to the natural landscape in showing some human attributes.Personification refers to the use of human attributes on non-humans such as animals. Such attributes includes beauty, ug filiationss and gentleness or ferocity. These attributes are reflected through the use of figurative language that represents the people. These include the metaphors and the similes. Therefore, the natural landscape will be used in comparing these attributes with those of the human beings. This is related with what the people understand that is found in the environment. The writer of the poems will use descriptive words that are given to the natural landscape that has been personified.This will help in showing the human attributes indirectly when the deeper meaning of the poem is derived. The three poems help to mirror poetic concerns over the transitory nature of bearing. In the poem Stopping by the woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost, the woods are described as dark and deep. He also states that it was the darkest evening of the year. This gives a picture of a place where there was no one living. Frost has also stated that the woods were located in a place where there was no farmhouse because though he knew the owner, he faild in the village.The poet is trying to show existence of some isolation. This is evident that the poems are not written in a dire ct mien but they present the reader with an opportunity to figure out what was the meaning of the poem. The poets have used poems to communicate some message about how people live in the society. The poems always have the literal meaning and the deeper meaning that requires a deeper understanding of what the poet tried to communicate. In addition, we observe that the speaker of the poem implies that he could be in the wrong for trespassing in someones land.He shows that he is out of order and therefore he is supposed to go to sleep in his place because it is already dark in the evening. The writer tried to show the obligations that people have in life and therefore they are supposed to be time conscious while doing their activities. Also, the poem could have a deeper meaning that implies a transition from one life to another. This occurs where the speaker states in the last line that he has miles to go before he sleeps. The sleep could mean death in this context. This poem shows ho w the poets employ the poetic techniques and styles to bring forth ideas about life to the reader.The poem Ode to the West Wind by Shelley also indicates the poetic techniques that are employed by the poets. The poem brings out the element of transition because he reveals his thoughts like the winged seeds are trapped. When the poet refers to the West Wind, he implies a driving force for transition in the human. Shelley has also implied the winter as not just the last phase of vegetation but also as a transition in the individual life, that includes civilization and religion. Therefore, the poet was symbolic when he referred to the West Wind.The West Wind is implied as carrying the dead thoughts in the individuals. Shelley was more concerned with the transitions that happen in peoples lives in his poem. Shelley uses the words winged seeds, which he likens with a feeling of being trapped. By reference to the seeds, it shows that even when death occurs, there will be new life that wil l grow out of the grave. The poet has also written about images of religion that help creates new life. It is evident from the poem that poems are just a shadow of what is happening in the society.This is because they will indicate the changes that occur in the lives of individuals. John Hollanders poem Swam and Shadow has various visual images that are used to increase the understanding of the reader of the poem. He uses figurative language such as describing the water as breaking up no being gathered. This makes the poem beautiful in that the reader is left to imagine about the startle of the wings when a mould wants to fly. The poem has created a transition of moods where sometimes it is sad and on other occasions, the mood of the poem is lovely.The poet implies the disappearance of the swan, which would imply their death when they fly. This therefore presents the sad tone of the poem. We also see that the poet has applied a technique where the whole poem is not punctuated. We j ust guess the starting of a sentence if there is a capital letter. This makes it hard to differentiate the thoughts of the poet. This style makes the poem unique and therefore it is kindle because of the prose form. This poem also illustrates transition because it describes the flies that are found in the dusk hanging above the water.However, the writer describes that their shadow will disappear and draw. The disappearance of the swan represents death, which marks a transition from one form of life to another. This has been described when the poem comes to end where the poet states that yes by then a swan will have gone yes out of mind. In conclusion, we observe that most poets will always use the natural environment when they want to communicate something. They will use the natural landscape and other creatures that are found in the environment. This is meant to assist the reader in the easier understanding of the poems.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Since 1993 more than 14,500 service members were fired under the lawfulness of wear outt Ask, Dont separate (sldn. org). In 1950, President Harry S. signed the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which set up the discharge rules for transsexual(prenominal) service members. People wanting to serve their country were organism discriminated and discharged because of their sexuality. Then in 1982, Ronald Reagan proposed a defense directive that states Homosexuality is incompatible with forces service and people who engaged in homosexual acts or stated that they were homosexual or bisexual were discharged.In 1992, Bill Clinton, as a presidential candidate, promised to lift the ban. Finally in 1993, when Bill Clinton was elected president, he proposed a compromise that he named Dont Ask, Dont Tell. This law issued a defense directive that military machine applicants should non be able to be asked about their sexual orientation (Washington Post). Homosexuals being discriminated in the military confine grabbed the attention of people all around the world. The question on whether or not homosexuals should obtain the right to serve in the military was a hotly debated idea in politics for the past few years.Even after the airlift of Dont Ask Dont Tell, will our federation be ready to accept others? The research started with searching Homosexuals in the military. Then Dont Ask Dont Tell and personalised stories of gays in the military was found. Unfortunately, no books could be found on this topic, nevertheless articles from top newspapers became a valid choice. Documentaries and podcasts were also looked at. Good sources were easy to find because the topic was so contr everyplacesial in the US, so the news articles came in handy.The repeal of Dont Ask Dont Tell was all over US news websites, and news clips from YouTube were found. Last fall, a pentagon study was released that said a majority of the US forces, more than 70%, said that serving with homosexuals w ould have no negative effect on them. Forces fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan had a different response. 58% of combat marines said that they would prefer not to serve with homosexuals. Since the repeal in late September, the effect has been positive on quite a lot of people.The main people who are opposed to the repeal are the military chaplains. The majority of the 3,000 active chaplains are conservative Christians. A retired chaplain, named Brigadier General Douglas Lee, is one of the 66 retired chaplains that wrote a letter to President Obama, urging him to not go through with the repeal. In a video showing the effects (positive and negative) of the repeal, shows Brigadier General Douglas Lee talking about Dont ask, Dont Tell. He says, Homosexuality is one of a multitude of sins.Chaplains help people wrestle with the sins that bisect them and their lives. The problem with this repeal is that this particular sin is being legitimized as being normal and okay. The problem with the n on acceptance of the chaplains is that umteen and most conservative Christians believe that homosexuality, like all of the other sins in the bible, is a lifestyle choice (Pbs. org). According to another Pentagon Study, thirty-five other countries allow homosexuals to serve openly with no negative effect (Sldn.org).Consider two men, both(prenominal) wanting to serve their country, one is gay and one is straight. They get all of the same test scores, and pass, yet only the straight guy is let in, not because of anything else other than his sexuality. If the same circumstances had happened, instead with a man and a woman, it would be sexist. If one was white and the other was black, it would be racist. All of the victims of these situations would have defense under the law and could sue, except for the homosexual.The homosexual has no legal protection from the government (Library in a book Gay Rights). The repeal could be the first step to changing this. September 20th 2011, Obama stated, As of today, our armed forces will no longer lose the extraordinary skills and combat experience of so many gay and lesbian service members. And today, as Commander in Chief, I want those who were discharged under this law to know that your country deeply determine your service(UStoday. com).Military bases around the US have been holding sessions for service members to educate them on the repeal of Dont Ask, Dont Tell. They say, You are not expected to change your religious or moral beliefs, however you are obligated to treat all others with dignity and respect (Pbs. org). It seems as though that our society has been coping positively since the repeal. There are always going to be some people who will not stray from their views, but the percentages are going up and more and more people are willing to except homosexuals serving freely in the US.
Monday, May 20, 2019
A marri advance is the creation of a new family by speech to conducther devil distinct people from individual and real distinctly different oscilloscopes. The bringing together of two different people often can cause conflict. Merging families can athe likes of create a harmonious relationship of balance and teamwork if some(prenominal)(prenominal) of their differences and similarities compliment each(prenominal) other. After conducting an question with Darlene and Mike Lumpkin it became truly evident that theirs was a seemingly balanced and harmonious relationship. The oppugn asked questions about how things like their backgrounds, challenges together, boundaries, family interactions, and spirituality strike developed into a family and marriage relationship that successfully navigates through life together. The duad walked into the interview with a really happy demeanor, which seemed to set the tone for the remainder of our conversation. Their happiness clearly showed b y sitting very close to each other on the couch with their arms around each other. Mike sh atomic number 18d jokingly that he felt like he was in a rebounds office because of the blue couch.His lightheartedness helped keep things comfortable. The interview began by asking them approximately minute background information about their individual family upbringing and experiences. Out of respect to their time constraints they were each assumption a printed out copy of the interview schedule and asked to spend a few minutes reply the individual background questions. They then shared what they deemed relevant from their answers. After some discussion about background section, the interview progressed by going through each of the remaining questions. Mike Lumpkin is a 40-year-old male college potassium alum who is employed by a real estate company.He has one younger chum salmon and both parents are alive. His father is a pastor, which Mike shared, my father has been a huge influence throughout marriage, family and in the way I live. Mike described the majority of his family upbringing as stable, supportive and privileged. However, he valued to highlight a particularly challenging time during college when he lost his best friend to suicide. He explained, my faith got deeper through this experience because of all of the support of others. The importance of faith is similarly reflective in his answers to questions about spending his big time with church and family. Darlene Lumpkin is a 43-year-old college graduate, housewife who has eight siblings. She started by foreground the distinct differences between her and Mikes family and upbringing.Her father was divorced five times and was undiagnosed unless had a history of Manic Depression. This obviously affected her saying That is the reason I got married at thirty-one. Additionally she shared, Girls like to marry someone like their father and I definitely did not. She explained that all of her brothers had al so been diagnosed or un-diagnosed with Manic Depression and or substance abuse issues. She expressed that although she is very close to her family that it is fractured. At twenty she lost her stepfather to a sudden, unexpected heart attack. During mid-twenties her fractured family influenced a bout with depression where she want the help of a counselor. However, her answers on the sheet that she was given, indicated that her current outlook on life as very positive because of her relationship to Mike and their children. Mike and Darlenes relationship started firearm working for the same(p) company, the cope with met at a training event. Sharing about how they met brought up a point of tension.There was a hesitancy to share that Mike was living with another women when they first started dating. Darlene discovered this and there relationship was on and off. The tension in the room was awkward for a brief moment but did not determination because Mike then expressed that although it started rough and that they came from very different backgrounds, they were supposed to be together. After two to three years, the couple was married. Two years later they had Grace, currently age nine, and then Seth age seven. There explanation of deciding when to have kids was, We tried a dog, and it didnt work so we sentiment we would try kids. One key observation made surrounding this set of questions about their relationship was that although their backgrounds were different, their personalities authentically complimented each other to guide them through lifes challenges.Although throughout the interview the couple seemed very happy talking about their marriage relationship, they did express some times in life, that in ache of organism a challenge helped them grow closer. One such time occurred while working for the same company as store managers, their stores were down the street from each other causing them to be in direct competition. Additionally when Mike was laid off, Darlene found it difficult to interact with colleagues. Their families being brought together presented some of the greatest challenges, especially when they took in Darlenes brother, who has battled an alcohol addiction. When an incidence occurred of him drinking at home while watching their children, they dealt with some confrontational stress. More recently another incidence happened when Darlenes other brother attacked her personally. Mike and him got into some arguments but she chalked it up to his substance abuse and depression, saying, All this drinking and addiction glut has caused stress because Mike was not used to it.Considering how difficult some of the challenges were early on in their marriage, they did not seem to outweigh the strengths. Darlene said The biggest thing is Mike and I talk, weather it is comfortable or uneasy you know the important things that motivation to be talked about. Proper communication is vital to the success of a intelligent long lasting m arriage. Mike with Darlene concord saying To sum it up we compliment each others strengths and weaknesses well. Darlene cherished to also share that, We both have a really good sense of humor, we can joke at each other. She shared that this was how they got through the difficult family situations. Their solid communication, humor, and complimenting personalities, were obvious strengths to their relationship. Frequently during the interview they both expressed that their children dictate much of how they are point as a married couple and as a family.Family became even more of a priority because Darlene quit her very successful upper-management job in order to spend more time with their children. Mike expressed the importance of this, What it comes down to is her and I are responsible for this family we brought into this world. The only negative aspect of their relationship, specifically as in relation to boundaries was that they both agreed that marital intimacy had suffered. Acc ording to them this was one area of their marriage that could use some growth. Although not perpetually the case it is reported as being a common problem for married couples to have rock-bottom intimacy as a result of children. They both agreed that a way to combat this was being more intentional about the time they did have as a couple such as dates and anniversaries.Regardless of how much it was agreed that this was an area with a need for growth in their marriage, their boundaries seemed to be very healthy and clearly defined by their family as a whole. A reoccurring theme throughout the interview with Mike and Darlene was how much their spirituality influenced their marriage and family. Faith became particularly helpful during the difficulties with their families coming together. Mike I dont know that we would have been as strong, I dont know that we could have got through our situations without faith. They have intentionally included their Christian faith throughout their rel ationship as a foundation for how their family operates and leans in times of life challenges. A lot of how their family is guided is by their faith and rank to a United Methodist Church.Both shared that they enjoyed spending a great majority of their free time volunteering in church activities. Mike, Faith for us has been huge. When asked why they felt this was relevant, they expressed that their children are cared for, nurtured, and support in this environment. Darlene, Our kids love church, I feel like it has become a family or support for us, we get more back from it then we put in.They seemed to share about their relationship to their church as if it were an elongate family that could be leaned on for support when needed but would allow for others to lean on them too if need be. Darlene and Mike are a truly amazing couple. A marriage that seems so balanced in spite of the many life challenges, and personality differences that they encounter. Although they would not admit so, t heir marriage is a perfect commix of two complimentary individuals. Having clearly defined family boundaries, complimenting each others strengths and weaknesses, while being guided by and supported in Christian faith, they continue to navigate through life together.
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Prison Abuse the Statesns all know that our prisons are the lowest frontier for the socially rejected criminals and violent offenders. Once they are convicted, prison is their new home. For which it can be five years or the rest of their lives until death. When the door closes behind them the rest of the world doesnt matter. It is inner(a) the prison that matters. Those of us who are outside the prison are unaware of what goes on in there, such(prenominal) as prisoners call. Violence within the Statess correctional facilities has become an increase problem in recent years.With the largest incarceration rate in the world, it is only expected that we face these problems. Unfortunately, it is the correctional staff face with these problems. With the rising of the prison population and the decline of the number of correctional staff, it is only undeniable that abandon, within the worlds largest imprisoned population, increases in the Statess prison systems. Prison violence is a real issue because people every year are convicted of many different crimes, some severe and some minor.Regardless of the crime committed, everyone in the prison and jail systems is vulnerable to prison violence. friendship has even labeled these criminals Animals regardless of the crimes they committed. While they are in prison they are treated as Animals. Prison violence includes the abuse of both prisoners and the guards. This is a crucial problem here in America and we are unaware of it happening in our prisons. All of the prison violence that goes on leads confidence tricks to be gravely injured or end up dying from the beat down they receive.There are several(prenominal) articles that are on violence in our prison system. One article by Dan Frosch informs us of an inmate that refuses to follow the orders given to him by the guards in a do prison. As a result of his impertinence they stripped him naked and tied him to a restraining chair for sixteen to twenty hours then relea sed him to his cell in which he collapsed and died. An autopsy showed the inmate that goes by the name Michael Valent died from a blood clot that blocked an arteria to his heart. This article featured in The Nation.Valent had died due to the fact that he was confined to the chair and could non travel any part of his person for those sixteen hours when he was restrained The chilling incident made study news not only because it happened to be videotaped but also because Valents family successfully sued the State Of Utah and forced it to stop using the device (Frosch). The guards who had done this to Michael Valent also had done the same to other inmates as well but they lived or the abuse was never recorded. It is likely that incidents like this have happened around America but never been reported or made public knowledge.In some cases the prisoners do not speak out about what is happening to them fearing the consequences from the guards or fellow inmates. Another incident of pris oner abuse was a thirty-seven year old inmate strangled a fellow inmate who is a former priest to death. He was given no hold dearion whatsoever. A former priest who was rank in prison for either a minor crime shared a cell with a prisoner who killed someone. The only logical question is whether the law enforce workforcet system inside these prisons or jails goes downhill erst the criminals are put behind bars?Should the incarcerated be punished severely by the men that agree over them? Do the guards have a right to use sheer force on these men who havent done anything particularly wrong inside prison? Why dont the guards prevent or stop other inmates from fighting amongst themselves. As we have seen the violence in Americas prisons has gone from bad to worse. There is no way to stop it. There needs to be a solution to this crisis that will not fail at all and will stay unhurt throughout the years that will not falter what so ever.A solution will protect inmates from the danger that lies within those walls. Works Citied Frosch, Dan. Exporting Americas Prison Problems. TheNation. com, May 12, 2004. Web. 12 Nov. 2009. http//www. thenation. com/ physician/20040524/frosch Seabrook, Norman. Prison Violence on the Rise. BNET. USA Today Magazine, 25 Sept. 2005. Web. November 17, 2009. http//findarticles. com/p/articles/mi_m1272/is_2724_134/ai_n15380394/pg_1 Chapman, Stephan. The Prisoners Dilemma. parvenue Republic 8 March, 1980, Print.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
The freedom to run the program, for any(prenominal) purpose (freedom 0). The freedom to study how the program works, and change it so it does your computing as you wish (freedom 1). advance to the source code is a precondition for this. The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your dwell (freedom 2). The freedom to distribute copies of your special versions to others (freedom 3). By doing this you can give the whole community a see to benefit from your changes. Access to the source code is a precondition for this You are free to (1)study it, (2)redistribute it, and (3) modify it. 2. why is Linux popular? wherefore is it popular in academia? Bell Labs offered it to educational institutions at nominal cost. The schools, in turn, uptaked it in their electronic computer science programs, ensuring that computer science students became familiar with it. Beca using up UNIX was such an advanced increase frame, the students became acclimated to a sophisticated programming e nvironment. As these students graduated and went into industry, they expected to work in a likewise advanced environment. As more(prenominal) of them worked their way up the ladder in the commercial world, the UNIX operating system found its way into industryThe source code for the operating system is readily available so that students can beneathstand more easily how wildebeest/Linux works and can modify the code further to understand its operation and change the way it works. 3. What are multiuser systems? Why are they successful? Sharing the computers power among legion(predicate) users and giving them the index to share data and programs are central features of the system. a multiuser operating system allows many masses to use all of the system resources almost simultaneously The use of costly resources can be maximized and the cost per user can beminimizedthe primary objectives of a multiuser operating system. 4. What is the Free Software Foundation/GNU? What is Linux? Which parts of the Linux operating system did each brook? Who else has helped build and refine this operating system? The Free Software Foundation (www. fsf. org) is the principal organizational patronage of the GNU Project. GNU developed many of the tools, including the C compiler, that are part of the GNU/Linux direct organization Linux is the name of an operating system aggregate developed by Linus Torvalds and expanded and improved by thousands of pot on the Internet.Torvaldss kernel and GNUs tools work together as the GNU/Linux Operating System 5. In which language is Linux pen? What does the language have to do with the success of Linux? 95% is written in C. Because Linux is portable, it can be adapted (ported) to different machines and can meet special requirements. For example, Linux is used in embedded computers, such as the ones found in cellphones, PDAs, and the cable boxes on top of many 10 Chapter 1 Welcome to Linux and Mac OS X TVs. The file structure takes full advantage of large, prompt hard disks.Equally important, Linux was originally designed as a multiuser operating systemit was not modified to serve several users as an afterthought. Sharing the computers power among many users and giving them the ability to share data and programs are central features of the system 6. What is a utility program? otften reffered to as commands These utilities perpetrate functions that are universally required by users. The sort utility, for example, puts lists (or groups of lists) in alphabetical or numerical nine and can be used to sort lists by part number, last name, city, ZIP code, telephone number, age, size, cost, and so forth.A utility (program), sometimes referred to as a command, is a program that performs a task that is a great deal related to the operating system. A utility is simpler than an application program although there is no clear personal credit line separating the two 7. What is a baffle? How does it work with the kernel? Wi th the user? In a textual environment, the shellthe command interpreteracts as an interface between you and the operating system. its the link between user and kernal to attest it what to do. or view what the kernal is doing. its the command line interface that accepts input from the user.8. How can you use utility programs and a shell to create your own applications? Write a shell script, also called a shell program, or a batch file under DOS. A shell script is one or more command lines contained in a file. Make the file executable and give the name of the file as a command The shell executes the commands in the file, as though you had typed each command individually 9. Why is the Linux filesystem referred to as hierarchical? The Linux filesystem provides a structure whereby files are arranged under directories, which are like folders or boxes.Each directory has a name and can hold other files and directories. Directories, in turn, are arranged under other directories, and so fort h, in a treelike organization. This structure helps users keep track of large numbers racket of files by grouping related files in directories. Each user has one primary directory and as many subdirectories as required 10. What is the difference between a multiprocessor and a multiprocessing system? multi processor is a computer that has more than one processor (processing units) andmultiprocessing system is the fact that it can process fivefold tasks at the same time Multiprocessing is the use of more than one CPU in a computer system 11. Give an example of when you would want to use a multiprocessing system. Multiprocessing is the use of more than one CPU in a computer system so when you have more than one CPU you can take advantage of it. Multiprocessing sometimes refers to the execution of multiple concurrent software processes in a system as opposed to a single process at any one instant 12. Approximately how many people wrote Linux?Why is this project unique? The Linux kerne l was developed by Finnish undergraduate student Linus Torvalds The Linux operating system, which was developed through the cooperation of many, many people around the world, is a product of the Internet and is a free 13. What are the key terms of the GNU General Public License? The GPL says you have the right to copy, modify, and redistribute the code covered by the symmetry When you redistribute the code, however, you must also distribute the same indorse with the code, thereby making the code and the license inseparable.
Friday, May 17, 2019
breast feeding deficit An Issue of Scarce ResourceThe present nursing short sequence is a serious issue which poses a historical flagellum to the future of the wellness treat system especially on patients. Research published last category by ANA predicts that the US will have a dearth of 1 million nurses by 2020 (http//bhpr.hrsa.gov/healthworkforce/reports/behindrnprojections/4.htm), a bottleneck at US nursing schools caused more than 42 000 qualified applicants to be turned aside in 2006-2007 (p.1623).Nursing experts attributed this shortage to five influencing f procedureors. First, it is mainly due to the simultaneous graying of the nurse workforce or the age or retirement of older nurses. Second, many a(prenominal) be leaving the handicraft due to overworked and some sluice migrated to other countries in search for high paying ones. Third, the number (especially the younger generations) entering the nursing profession continues to decline as they see the escape of st ability and thus tend to choose other sh arers (American Nurses Association, 2003).Fourth, US nursing schools face a growing faculty shortage, schools lack the physical facilities, too few clinical training placements, and limited fund all of these have not been able to keep pace with the take aim. Fifth, patch it is easy to blame the government for this shortage due to lack of funding for nursing programs, however, equally most-valuable is career burn out. It cant be denied that nursing is one among the many jobs that has a stressful work environment. So, the job itself is responsible for this shortage.Further, CareerJournal.com has surveyed several students who mentioned that the best careers do not include nursing. Some of the respondents mentioned that the lack of funding and facilities to train new nurses, poor working conditions in hospitals and poor salary scale experience the nursing profession not a compensatory career.What makes this issue even worse is that researc h studies have shew the shortage is already having a proven, adverse effect on the ability to demonstrate fictitious character healthcare in the US. One important negative effect on patient healthcare is the change magnitude guess of patient deaths as simply there are not enough nurses to safely care for patients. some other is the make upd medical errors arising from many complications because of this shortage. All of this equates to the inadequacy to meet the future health care necessitate of Americans.Because of all these, patients condom is threatened and health care quality is deteriorating. This is because nurses are greatly responsible for the majority of patient care, as they perform the vital functions in a patients confinement in the hospital and thus providing more face to face services than doctors. But we rent to ensure that there are enough registered nurses to meet future demands. What makes this issue even worse is that research studies have found the short age is already having a proven, adverse effect on the ability to deliver quality healthcare in the US.One important negative effect on patient healthcare is the sum upd risk of patient deaths as simply there are not enough nurses to safely care for patients. Another is the increased medical errors arising from many complications because of this shortage. All of this equates to the inadequacy to meet the future health care needs of Americans.To address this shortage, solutions must be developed in several areas, such as in education, healthcare deliver systems, policy and regulations, and image. This shortage is not solely nursings issue and requires a collaborative lather among nursing leaders in practice and education, health care executives, government, and the media. Thus, the American government, nursing agencies, and other concern groups have taken some steps to alleviate the nursing shortage such as to increase the number of admissions to theAmerican nursing education and i mproving working environment to retain nurses. On the other hand, they are pushing for budget changes which they hope to address the lack of funding issue of the nursing program. Research has shown that quality of workplace environment and job satisfaction is correlated, which impacts on quality of care and patient outcomes. ANA (2003) urge governments to act swiftly to develop a national health human imagination strategy.But there are many barriers to the resolutions as addressing the shortage is really a difficult task. For one, the government itself lack a substantive trueness to the health of Americans and that these barriers has increased due to the different views between policy making and health human resource planning. But if this issue has to be resolved, all concerned groups nurses, hospitals, clinics, and the government should work hand in hand. umteen concerned groups believed that an integrated health human resource strategy that includes the expeditious licensure and acceptance of those who wish to emigrate or who already reside in the different states of the US is needed to resolve the nursing shortage.Nurses are vital in the health care system, thus the government, nursing associations, employers, educators, and others have collaborated to address the nursing shortage issue. Nursing has been burdened with societal expectations of selflessness and devotion. Thus, a high ethical and legal standard should be met by all American nurses.The nursing shortage carries with it a lot of implications. Foremost, this has affected the quality and safety of the entire American health care system as nothing is more critical to the health and well being of Americans than safe, sound, and available health care. Thus, the governments, professional associations, educators, administrators and employers have accelerated their efforts to reduce the potential threat of this shortage and thus minimize the potential public risk. Hence, nursing education would flouris h and nursing graduates would increase in number. With this, nursing graduates will have a positive job outlook as their demand is high. With these efforts, the nursing shortage would come to an end and nurses could provide the Americans with a safe and high quality health care.ReferencesAmerican Medical Association (2007). No End in Sight to Nursing Shortage Bottleneck atNursing Schools a Key Factor. Vol 298, No. 14. AvailableAmerican Nurses Association. (2003). Planning for the Future Nursing Human ResourceProjections. Available http//www.nursingworld.org/ojin/topic14/tpc14_4.htmNevidjon, B., Erickson, J. (January 31, 2001) The Nursing Shortage Solutions for the Shortand Long Term Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. Vol. 6, No. 1, Manuscript 4.Available http//www.nursingworld.org/ojin/topic14/tpc14_4.htm