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The Pro-Elite or Silver Program: Includes the Professional Makeup, Professional Fashion Makeup, and the Hair for the Makeup Artist
The Master Level or Gold Program: Includes Professional Makeup, Professional Fashion Makeup, and the Hair for the Makeup Artist and Professional Airbrush course series.
Why is your price lower than other schools?
Rather than spending critical time and resources sitting in lectures, our sessions are concentrated and intense -- we keep the prices low by keeping the focus on hands-on activities in classes, rather than lengthy lecture sessions with lots of 'bells and whistles' that you don't need.
Why are your hours shorter than other schools?
Our technique is unique -- rather than having you practice on your fellow students, which results in wasting 50% of student time spent in class, we bring in models from the industry. This is also a more realistic example of the types of models…
Learn how to use this technique effectively to create dramatic makeup effects
What is airbrush makeup? Get a primer in airbrush makeup and why it is the newest trend in makeup today
When to use airbrush makeup? Learn when it is appropriate, when it is not Gain experience using the correct tools for airbrush -- all materials provided with class fee
Work on professional models in class and see how different airbrush techniques work with different skin tones and facial configurations
Learn the basics of mastering airbrush foundation
Learn the basics of contouring cheeks
Gain experience highlighting eyes and lips with airbrush
Gain experience using hi-definition makeup color, such as suiting colors and techniques to different skin tones and types
One of the most popular uses for airbrush makeup is in bridal shows and weddings -- Get advice on how to work with non-professional models as well as professional models…
Yet the nightmare continued, because the communication problems were not resolved.
During the next four years, her anticonvulsant medicines were changed about 25 times, which would have been hell for any family. The Lees questioned the value of so many prescriptions, especially with their Hmong mindset, and did not follow directions. Of course, this was exacerbated by the fact that they did not understand the dosages. The doctors inaccurately concluded that the Lees were endangering their child and placed Lia in foster care. She had a massive seizure several months later and was left brain dead. She continued to live, being cared for by her parents, despite doctors' expectations.
A major reason for this terrible situation was that the hospital did not have the right people on staff from the very start of the problem. The Lees should have been told what was being done and why and what would…
Resources and Services Administration created the Centers for Excellence to implement an educational program for the purpose of integrating cultural and linguistic improvement approaches and assessment.
However, much more still needs to be done. In too many cases, there are still ethnocentric medical staff and centers who feel that their directions need to be followed religiously. There are also those individuals who come from varying backgrounds and cultures and are not willing to adapt at all to the ways of their new country. Humans can be stubborn animals, which often protects them from danger, but can also put them in danger as well. This is such a complex problem, that it will only improve slowly over time. No country can make radical changes, especially when available funds have to go to other things than translators and social service workers. The hope is that as the United States becomes more culturally diverse in the coming decades, increasing amounts of funds and focus will be placed in the area of communication and human understanding, so the number of situations like Lia's will decrease signficantly.
Fadiman, Anne (1997) the Spirit Catches You, and You Fall Down. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Because of the wide range of products available on the market, makeup can also stimulate the creative spirit. By adding color and highlights to the face, makeup enhances the colors in any outfit and makes a woman's face positively shine. Makeup is not designed to be a mask, although it can be used in this manner, as on Halloween. However, as a daily use product, makeup should simply offer the consumer a means of self-expression that no other product can provide. In an article on the Cool Nurse website called "earing Makeup," the author suggests, "Makeup should be used to accentuate what is already there, not to cover it up."
Therefore, makeup can contribute positively to one's sense of self-esteem. In fact, makeup can even help boost our immune system. A remarkable study conducted by a team of Japanese researchers showed that wearing makeup so improved the self-esteem of the…
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Shu Uemura Make-Up emover: A Product Analysis
Shu Uemura was an internationally renowned Japanese makeup artist and the founder of the famous cosmetics line of the same name. Shu Uemura's interest in makeup artistry began as a teenager as he was recovering from a severe illness (Shilling, 2008). He entered the world of film makeup in 1957 working as a makeup artist for the film "Joe butterfly" (Associated Press, 2008). Shu Uemura left Japan and moved to the United States so that he could break into the film and television makeup business. He became one of the most famous makeup artists in Hollywood. It was the year 1960 when Shu Uemura developed and launched his first cosmetics product (Associated Press, 2008).
History of Shu Uemura Cosmetics
The inspiration for Uemura's first product came from working with Hollywood actresses and actors. Often, actors and actresses had to change makeup several times…
Associated Press (2008). "Shu Uemura, 79, Makeup Artist, Dies." Associated Press (New York Times). Retrieved 1 June 2008 from http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/11/business/11uemura.html?scp=1&sq=shu+uemura .
Masters, Coco (2008). "Shu Uemura, Makeup Pioneer, Dies." Time Magazine. Retrieve d1 June 2011 from http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1701376,00.html .
Schweitzer, L. (2010). "L' Oreal Pulls the Plug on Shu Uemura in the U.S." Stylelist Retrieved 1 June, 2011 from http://www.stylelist.com/2010/03/30/loreal-pulls-the-plug-on-shu-uemura-in-the-u-s/
Shilling, Mark (2008). "Makeup artist Shu Uemura dies." Variety Magazine. Retrieved 2 June, 2011 from http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117978666.html?categoryid=25&cs=1&query=shu+uemura .
Cocoon (Howard, 1985) is a 1985 Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre film directed by Ron Howard, who previously directed such films as Splash and Night Shift. Benefitting from the kindly type of aliens previously seen in E.T.: The Extraterrestrial and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Cocoon used the advanced technologies of benevolent aliens to explore aging and the pros/cons of reversing that process. Aided by a veteran cast and superior editing/special effects, Cocoon became a hit film.
General Theme/Overview, Style, Plot and Character Development
The general theme is the exploration of aging and the pros/cons of reversing the process, using the style of Sci-Fi/Fantasy. The plot involves the extraordinary results of humans interacting with kindly, advanced aliens, and the dilemmas caused by those results. Thousands of years ago, aliens from Antarea lived on the island of Atlantis on Earth. The island sank and 20 Antareans stayed behind so other Antareans would have…
Howard, R. (Director). (1985). Cocoon [Motion Picture].
Descendants is a film that attempts to operate on several layers at once. While it may be said to be allegorical in one sense (taking place on what is popularly presumed to be an island "paradise," where falls are experienced and redemptions are sought), the film by Alexander Payne may also be said to be a simple story about a father and husband who learns (on his wife's deathbed) that he is actually a cuckold. What follows is a two-hour experiment in tolerance, as both the viewer and the characters in the narrative become aware of exactly where their threshold of pain stands. That threshold is then pushed to its limits, as Payne drives home one twist of the screw after another. In a way, the film is about the weakness of man -- Matt King's inability to love his wife, to be there for his children; Brian Speer's inability…
Braun, L. (2011). Descendants aims for style. The Barrie Examiner. Retrieved from http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=3382582
Ebert, R. (2011). The Descendants. Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved from http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20111116/REVIEWS/111119988
Payne, A. (2011). The Descendants. Los Angeles: Fox Searchlight.
Philbrick, J. (2012). IAR Exclusive Interview: Editor Kevin Tent Talks 'The
People tend to assume that individuals from different color, age, religion, political views, gender, and race are difficult to communicate with. As a result of these assumptions, they start erecting barriers to effective communications as they experience difficulties in transmission of messages. For effective communications to occur there is need for tolerance that creates respect and acceptance of the diversity and act as the best solutions to most of the difficulties. Actually, some of the reasons associated with difficulties in communications are attributed to diversity in various aspects like race, color, religion, age, gender, and political views. Consequently, there is need for diversity awareness in order to enhance the occurrence of effective communication.
Diversity Awareness in Communications:
Diversity plays a critical role in an organization since it has a significant impact on the organization's ability to innovate and enhance its competitive advantage in the rapidly changing global marketplace.…
Kokemuller, N. (n.d). Ethical Climates. Retrieved May 3, 2012, from http://www.ehow.com/info_7752853_ethical-climates.html
Warner, J. (n.d.). Diversity and Cultural Awareness Profile. Retrieved May 3, 2012, from http://www3.hrdpress.com/files/product_pdfs/Competency_Profiles/CDCAP.pdf
Watch movie clip: The Departed (2/5) Movie CLIP I Want Some Pills (2006) HD http://www.youtube./watch?v=NEwspgySg5s&list=PL31DE65690EE474 Elements Design During process envisioning designing a film, director, production designer, art director ( collaboration cinematographer) concerned major spatial temporal elements.
The Departed -- scene analysis
The director, the production designer, and the art director
The Departed is a 2006 motion picture directed by Martin Scorsese, with Kristi Zea as the production designer and Teresa Carriker-Thayer as the art director.
Martin Scorsese was meant to put the script into play by controlling the motion picture's artwork and the dramatic character it was meant to put across. y guiding the film crew and the actors in producing the best results possible the film director is thus meant to have authority over most of the motion picture's production. One can even go as far as to say that the film director is responsible for interpreting the script…
Dir. Martin Scorsese. The Departed. Warner Bros. 2006
This is one of the few instances I can recall in which the film was more enjoyable than the book. Both media portray the subject identically in some respects: this is the fictional account of a New Zealand family decimated by alienation from their Maori warrior roots, and by the domestic violence, poverty, alcoholism and nearly overwhelming hopelessness oozing from that rupture. In addition, the media share most factual aspects of each key family member: Jake Heke, the alcoholic, abusive father who celebrates his work layoff and is eventually abandoned by the surviving members of his immediate family; Beth Heke, the abused mother who struggles to keep her family together, rediscovers her ancestral roots and eventually abandons Jake to save herself and her surviving child (ren); Grace, the early teenaged daughter, a writer and dreamer of a life far beyond her family's slum neighborhood, but who is raped and…
Another psychological approach studied the physical basis for emotion. LeDoux (1995, p. 209+) noted, "Scientists concerned with human nature have not been able to reach a consensus about what emotion is and what place emotion should have in a theory of mind and behavior." He proposed, however, that "findings about the neural basis of emotion might also suggest new insights into the functional organization of emotion that were not apparent from psychological findings alone. The brain, in other words, can constrain and inform our ideas about the nature of emotion." This would seem to play into any discussion of genetics vs. culture as emotion is viewed, accurately or not, as a construct of societal norms in large part. Because fear is a common part of human life, LeDoux uses it to investigate his theories. "The expression of fear is conserved to a large extent across human cultures and at least…
Moore, J. (2002). Some thoughts on the relation between behavior analysis and behavioral neuroscience. The Psychological Record, 52(3), 261+. Retrieved November 19, 2004, from Questia database, http://www.questia.com .
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JPK Management Leadership
Understanding Roles of Management and Leadership
Managerial roles are primarily reactive and based on getting results or fixing a problem. The situation often dictates the role a manager takes on. However the employees, the organizational culture including skillsets and character makeup of the workforce, as well as the needs of the client or customer all play a part in the manager's influence and success. The need to restructure an organization to meet market demands often causes changes in the cultural makeup which in turn require an adjustment in the managerial style or role. During the industrial revolution and up to the 1990s, for example, the authoritarian management role, based on control was the primary mode of the majority of organizations. Today, management is often based on empowerment and teams working together. The role of managers is often given to those with technical expertise who then coordinate…
The first leadership role is based on expert power this is identified by intelligence, proficiency, skill and knowledge of a person. Someone with the aptitude to share a command of subject matter as a result of advanced experience and ability. This person is able to achieve results or teach others to reach superior standards due to their capabilities and have gained the respect and recognition of others according to French (French & Raven 1960).
For example when JPKenny assigns a mentor to work with a person newly hired in a position. Though the newly hired person is qualified, they have not yet reached their full potential in accordance with JPKenny processes and therefore need the support and direction of a mentor. In this case the mentor has trained several of his team members who have gone on to support other departments. The mentor is called on by managers to train their new people due to his experience and ability to share knowledge in a
Limitless is a film that was released by elativity Media and Virgin Produced in 2011. The film's primary cast consists of Bradley Cooper, who plays the protagonist, Eddie Morra, Abbie Cornish, who plays Eddie's girlfriend Lindy, and obert DeNiro, who plays Carl Van Loon, a finance and energy tycoon. The premise of the film is that Eddie, a struggling professional writer, comes across the brother of his ex-wife, Vernon, on the streets of New York City by chance. Vernon, a former drug dealer, and now shady pharmaceutical consultant, offers Eddie a drug that allows him complete access to the full capacity of his brain. Vernon is murdered by criminal rivals and Eddie takes Vernon's remaining cash and stash of the fictional wonder-drug to propel his life in a new, much better direction. The conflicts of the film include the unknown and potentially fatal side effects of the drug that Eddie…
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Project Management, Sustainability and Whole Lifecycle Thinking
Module 5 Case -- the esearch Essay
For nearly the entirety of human civilization, thinkers, philosophers, and indeed most human beings, have struggled to determine the most elusive aspects of identity. Balancing the essence of human nature against the effects of environmental influence eventually formed the foundation of the ongoing debate concerning nature vs. nurture. With the advent of remarkable technology capable of mapping the human genome, most people in today's modern world believe that their genetic makeup holds the key to their future health, personality traits, intelligence quotient, and even their fears. The unique confluence of factors that combine to form the personality traits, behavioral patterns, and ethical boundaries exhibited by every human being has spawned two distinctly divergent theories, with the majority of people advocating the influence of genetics over external environment. Proponents of the "nature" point-of-view assert a person's physical…
Collins, W.A., Maccoby, E.E., Steinberg, L., Hetherington, E.M., & Bornstein, M.H. (2000).
Contemporary research on parenting: The case for nature and nurture. American Psychologist, 55(2), 218-231. Retrieved from http://digilib.bc.edu/reserves/py518/lent/py51802.pdf
Kelland, K. (2012, July 31). Does nature or nurture make a top sprinter?. Reuters.
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Fashion and makeup trends in the 1950s reflected shifts in popular culture and were heavily influenced by film stars and television. A thriving youth culture contributed to changes in fashion, which were generally less conservative than in past decades. The exception was men's fashions, which became more subdued in the 1950s and included dark gray, blue, brown, and black suits. However, the Beatnik generation also contributed to fashion trends, and leather, denim blue jeans, and sneakers were also popular in the 1950s, especially among teenagers. Rock and roll also influenced the "greaser" look that developed around that time. The cult of the housewife similarly impacted new looks developing throughout the decade. A rise in consumerism encouraged many people to amass large, colorful wardrobes.
One of the most well-known fashion trends from the 1950s was the poodle skirt. Poodle skirts were round-cut, calf-length, full skirts, cinched at the waist.…
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Scene Four: Parker Adderson, Philospher
This scene will take place exactly as it does in the story. The stage will be divided into two parts. In center stage will be the tent with the Parker Adderson and the general. Adderson will be sitting across from the general at the table and will be questioned. The monologue will unfold with only this part of the stage being lit.
After the fight, Adderson will be escorted to stage left where there will be a doctor and campfire along with soldiers guarding Adderson. Adderson will be wrapped in a blanket and must be visibly trembling and shrunken in horror. The general and dead officer will still be in the tent, which will remain lit. The general will come around and order the execution. At this point, the tent and campfire will go black and the right stage will be lit with the fire…
Bierce, Ambrose. "A Son of the Gods." By Ambrose Bierce. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013.
Bierce, Ambrose. "Killed at Resaca." By Ambrose Bierce. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013.
Bierce, Ambrose. "One Of The Missing." By Ambrose Bierce. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013.
Bierce, Ambrose. "Parker Adderson, Philosopher." By Ambrose Bierce. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013.
was invited to assist in all aspects of Riyad Capital management as directed by the CEO, to advise and coordinate the development and implementation of special projects related to Riyad Capital's various businesses. According to the CEO of Riyad Capital, "helped change direction" for the first time in the company's history.
This required definition of Riyad Capital's strategies and objectives, so the CEO and developed a three-year strategic plan for the period 2011-2013. Assisting the CEO in carrying out his management responsibilities took advice, coordination and support on designated projects, and representing the executive office vis-a-vis other departments. actively contributed to efficiency, SWOT analysis, HR policies, operational effectiveness and the establishment of a strategic position.
worked with the head of Risk & Compliance to develop an action plan to the capital market authority, updated and initiated many Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with Riyad Bank, and closed 28 past-due internal audit…
I was invited to assist in all aspects of Riyad Capital management as directed by the CEO, to advise and coordinate the development and implementation of special projects related to Riyad Capital's various businesses. According to the CEO of Riyad Capital, I "helped change direction" for the first time in the company's history.
This required definition of Riyad Capital's strategies and objectives, so the CEO and I developed a three-year strategic plan for the period 2011-2013. Assisting the CEO in carrying out his management responsibilities took advice, coordination and support on designated projects, and representing the executive office vis-a-vis other departments. I actively contributed to efficiency, SWOT analysis, HR policies, operational effectiveness and the establishment of a strategic position.
I worked with the head of Risk & Compliance to develop an action plan to the capital market authority, updated and initiated many Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with Riyad Bank, and closed 28 past-due internal audit outstanding control exceptions company-wide in 25 days. I edited Arabic and English sell-side reports for our research department, wrote the 2011 objectives for 10 department heads who report directly to the CEO, and reviewed and corrected the company's HR manual. I submitted a peer comparison for our company to the Board of Directors and worked as acting head of the it department, to restructure the department and push two crucial projects through bottlenecks that had kept them pending for two years. My work during this period was deeply appreciated by the board members.
" Although she had very little food for herself, she always had a great deal to give to others. She looked like a grandmother from an old-fashioned movie, although I couldn't give Marie a fairytale ending, only a ramp and a mended, but still-broken shack.
Marie would stay with us as we worked, anxious to be of help in any way that she could: she always offered us a handkerchief for our brows or a cold drink when we needed those things the most. I knew that living without air conditioning was normal for her, and so I tried to will myself not to care. She chatted with us, and she often told me how much I reminded her of her son, now grown, who lived far away.
Every day a few minutes before eleven, she would excuse herself. In the stillness of the heat, I would hear the phone…
According to Philip ess,
The ubiquity of suburban sprawl has come to constitute a serious physical, intellectual and cultural problem of its own. Suburban sprawl fosters disinvestment in historic city centers; excessive separation of people by age, race and income; extreme inequality of educational opportunity; pollution and the loss of agricultural lands and wilderness; record rates of obesity; and sheer ugliness. The very physical structure of suburban sprawl makes it virtually impossible for people of different generations and different incomes to live in close proximity to one another -- and not only live close together but also work, shop, play, learn and worship in the same neighborhood." (2003)
Further, the dependency upon the automobile "effectively demobilizes and disenfranchises those without cars..." (ess, 2003) Suburban sprawl consumes the land and is self-contradictory in its very nature. Sim Van der Ryn in Ecological Design (Island Press, 1995) wrote that: "In many ways…
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Another general false conception is that "colleges are increasing need-based scholarships as opposed to merit-based scholarships... (however,) the College Board's annual report shows that at the state level, the percentage of merit-based grant aid increased from 10% of all aid during the 1993-1994 academic year to 26% of all aid in 2003-2004." These and other misperceptions, perhaps contribute to the fact most Americans don't pressure legislators to insure college access funding becomes more of a priority. (Chitty, 2006) "Ultimately, if America is going to continue to lead in the global economy, an infusion of public funds into higher education is essential," William Kirwan, chancellor of the University System of Maryland, insists. (Chitty, 2006) "If we in higher education take the lead in cost control, efficiency, and effectiveness, then we're going to have the chance to restore public trust and justify an increase in…
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Chitty, Haley. (2006, June 1). "High access, low priority: the rhetoric related to the importance of student aid does not match reality.(FINANCIAL AID)," University Business.
Further, it is in this stage that instructors have the ability to widen the instruction significantly to incorporate many activities that allow students to practice their new knowledge in a variety of different ways and with focus on a variety of different subject matters.
In viewing the basic theoretical and practical-use background of the Natural Approach of Language Teaching and Learning, one can understand that basic functions that allow students the ability to hone new skills in a non-threatening environment. However, despite significant praise in the teaching community regarding the success of the Natural Approach, the method's critics still exist. Due to this, it is crucial to understand the advantages as well as the disadvantages that exist when the Natural Approach is employed in a language learning environment, especially in dealing with English as a second language.
Advantages and Disadvantages
In beginning to understand the overall value of the Natural…
Canale, Michael and Swain, Merrill. 2002. "Theoretical Basis of Communicative
Approaches to Second Language Teaching and Testing," Applied Linguistics: 1(1): pp. 1-47. Retrieved from: https://segue.atlas.uiuc.edu/uploads/nppm / CanaleSwain.80.pdf [Accessed on 17 February 2012].
Clandfield, Lindsay and Meldrum, Nicola. 2012. "One-to-one methodology: advantages and disadvantages for students." Retrieved from: http://www.onestopenglish .com/business/teaching-approaches/teaching-one-to-one/methodology/one-to-one-methodology-advantages-and-disadvantages-for-students/144655.article [Accessed on 19 February 2012].
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People in Peril (PIP) shelter is aimed to help individuals overcome the challenges of drug and homelessness. The approaches taken the PIP shelter can improve service learning in a variety of ways. The counseling approach used at a PIP shelter could be used at a cancer research center to help meet a range of patient needs. Similarly, transportation assistance provided at a PIP shelter could be a valuable assistance in a service learning environment, as could increase user accountability.
The People in Peril (PIP) Shelter is located in orcester, MA. The shelter is essentially a drop-in center that provides a number of survival services such as meals and accommodation, as well as other services to help stability and recovery. This includes evening clinics for the homeless and working poor, provides job and housing services, counseling, and a stabilization unit for those in continuing rehabilitation programs. The PIP shelter at orcester…
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MacCormack, D. Craig. The Long Arms of SMOC: Framingham agency makes mark in Worcester. Framingham TAB, Friday, October 22, 2004. 04 November 2004.
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This was however, not the view held by the Catholic Church in their view of the novel. The view of the Catholic Church, was that "the latter element" -- that is, human wretchedness -- had appeared "to carry the day" in a way that did injury "to certain priestly characters and even to the priesthood itself." Moreover, the novel portrayed a state of affairs so "paradoxical" and "erroneous" that it would disconcert "unenlightened persons" who formed "the majority of the readers."
Summary and Conclusion
Greene was not disconcerted by the view of the Church and simply remarked that he did not own the copyright and therefore could do nothing to change what was already written. The following quote from the work is quite poignant and after having read about the life of Greene can just as easily be assigned to come from within him as from within the mind of…
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Graham Green's "The Power and the Glory"
Delegates' top priorities include the following. First, the delegates set out to revise the Articles of Confederation to weaken the power of the state legislatures and increase the powers of the central government. Delegates also sought changes in the ways states were represented in the federal government and introduced the concept of separation of powers to create a system of checks and balances. Debates between federalism and republicanism brewed during the Constitutional Convention, as delegates like Alexander Hamilton favored an exceedingly strong executive branch whereas traditional republicans hoped for term limits for elected officials. Compromise was a must and the Constitution of the United States reflects the confluence of republican and federalist values.
Second, the delegates heatedly debated the question of how to deal with slavery. An abolitionist movement had taken root in Europe and delegates were forced to address concerns about the international and inter-state slave trade. Once again,…
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OODA Loop was the creation of Air Force Colonel John Boyd and the acronym stands for observe, orient, decide, and act. Thus observations relates to the observation in depth of the current realities. Orientation deals with the background, specialized knowledge and genetic makeup of the user of the loop or the subject. The third is to decide. Based on the other two sets and requirements a decision is made and the course of action created. The next is too see that action is taken, and from then on the result observed, which means the observer goes back to step one. (Neenergyobserver, 2012)
Communication plays a vital role in this practice. The definitions apply not only to the Air force but all areas where critical decision making is involved. Thus basically the OODA is an iterative loop or decision process that has the components of observing, orienting, deciding and then acting…
Ferrell, C; Fraedrich, John. (2012) "Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making & Cases"
Ford, Eric W. (2008) "Patient Safety in Health Care Management"
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In international relations theory, realists generally follow the rational choice or national actor with the assumption that states and their leaders make policy on the basis of calculated self-interest. They follow a utilitarian and pragmatic philosophy in which "decision makers set goals, evaluate their relative importance, calculate the costs and benefits of each possible course of action, then choose the one with the highest benefits and lowest costs" (Goldstein and Pevehouse 127). Individual leaders will have their unique personalities, experiences and psychological makeups, and some will be more averse to risk than others, but essentially they all follow a rational model of policymaking. American presidents are generally skilled politicians as well or they would never have achieved such high office in this first place, and this means that their rational calculations will always include public opinion, the needs of their electoral coalitions and the wishes of various interest…
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Nontraditional families in America have seen a remarkable increase in numbers over the past twenty years. The traditional family unit depicted in sitcoms on television and spoken about in the literature still dominates the social scene but in actual numbers it exists in only about twenty-five percent of the nation's households. Strangely, discussions regarding this magical unit still occupy the thoughts and arguments of politicians, preachers and conservative activists as they talk about the merits of "family values." Yet, what truly is the impact of the nontraditional family on today's society? How do children raised in such families fare in the social make-up such as school performance and their social interaction and, finally, why are the remaining prejudices against such families not logically justified?
The rapid increase in the number of nontraditional family is a social phenomenon. Such families, few in number, existed in near anonymity until the past twenty…
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Geena Rocero is a model with a purpose. Rocero was born and raised in the Philippines, and recently returned to her homeland to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan. In the midst of a busy schedule, Rocero spends time in her first interview because she feels that sharing her life story is one of the first steps toward helping others. "e're all in this journey together," Rocero exclaims.
Coincidentally, the interview falls on Transgender Day of Remembrance, which commemorates all transmen and transwomen who lost their lives because of targeted attacks. "Transwomen of color are the most marginalized," Rocero reminds us. "70% of hate crime in the LGBT community is committed against transwomen of color. I want this to change. I need this to change. I get so emotional about this and I'm reminded how privileged I am," she says with tears in her eyes.
Rocero works as a model…
When she was a young girl, Rocero knew she was female. Her dream was to become a model. She borrowed her sister's clothes, wore her mom's lipstick, entered local beauty pageants, and eventually self-medicated with hormones. Her parents, especially her mom, supported Geena and helped her to enter beauty pageants. When she was 17, Rocero moved to the United States. She was able to work in the United States and save enough money for the gender reassignment surgery, which she had done at age 19. In fact, while on her upcoming trip to Thailand, Rocero is meeting her surgeon to "thank him for giving me a wonderful vagina."
After her sexual reassignment surgery, Geena pursued her dream of modeling. She moved to New York City in 2005 and while working as a bar hostess, met a photographer who helped her develop a portfolio. That same year, Rocero signed with her first modeling agency. Currently, Rocero is signed with NEXT Model Management. In addition to modeling, Geena has worked as a makeup artist with Benefit Cosmetics, a manager at Inc. Magazine, and a sales representative for First Go Green biodegradable products. Rocero has also worked with the Summit Series, an entrepreneurial organization, to learn how to collaborate with partners on achieving mutual goals. It was because of her broad working experience and her networking with Summit Series contacts that Rocero has been able to develop a plan for promoting her public policy initiatives around the world. Rocero's ultimate goal is to transform public policy at the trans-national level. Her vision is to serve as an ambassador for transgender issues with the United Nations.
Rocero knows she has led a privileged life because of supportive friends, supportive family members, and a supportive spiritual community in both her native Philippines and in the United States. Rocero wants to ensure that the underprivileged people of the world also have access to the support systems and resources needed to live a healthy life. Referring to brutal assaults on transwomen around the world, Geena states, "People are dying. I need to do something."
The author of this report is asked to pick a macromolecule. The author of this report has chosen proteins. Indeed, they are one of the molecules that is "essential for life." Two or more functions of the molecule will be listed. The importance of the molecule in human life will be described. There will be a description of the makeup of the macromolecule. Finally, at least two scholarly sources will be utilized. While macromolecules are overlooked by a lot of people, they are very important and are necessary for life.
Proteins are polymers of amino acids. Each amino acid has a basic and fundamental structure. The one thing that makes them differ is the "side chain, which is known as the . Group. The carbon atom to which the overall amino group, the carboxyl group, and side chain (-Group) are attached is the alpha carbon. Peptide…
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"Beautiful!" -- Scented makeup by Estee Lauder
Scented makeup is not a new concept. Many little girls love wearing scented lipstick and gloss in the flavors of bubblegum and peanut butter and jelly. However, enjoying scented lipstick is often a delight female consumers forgo when they become adults, other than a guilty sniff of their daughter's Tinkerbell or Bonne Bell makeup drawer. This new product would enable adult consumers to have that same pleasure, only with high-quality Estee Lauder makeup. This product will also address an increased desire consumers have for 'customized' beauty products filled with a sense of youth and vigor (5 spring makeup color trends, 2011, efinery 29). As well as makeup that suits the user's skin tone, the selected scent of the makeup will also speak volumes about the wearer.
Although the economy still remains on shaky ground, demand for luxury products like…
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The fact that he chose to use real Black people in the background, but white actors in the lead roles highlights the idea that Blacks were still supposed to be subservient to whites; even lead characters who were supposed to be Black were portrayed by whites. However, it also points to one of the reasons that whites chose to employ blackface: the perpetuation of racial stereotypes. hile many minstrel shows focused on less frightening aspects of Black stereotypes, the Birth of a Nation focused on a fear that people would use to drive anti-Black sentiment in the period following Reconstruction: the image of the Black male as dangerous rapist. Although many people protested the racist elements of the movie, it became an instant success, and remains a controversial but constant member of most critics' best film lists.
Blackface persisted as a staple in American entertainment throughout the early part of…
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A one stop destination is understood as a store that offers a complete range of complementary products. As an example, supermarkets are one stop stores as they allow their customers to purchase everything from food and detergents to power tools and clothes. Within the cosmetics industry, a one stop destination store would be one in which the customer can find anything for personal care, including deodorants, lipsticks, waxing products and so on. The http://www.ulta.co.uk / website is one which can be considered a one stop destination store and can as such offer benchmarking opportunities in the analysis of the bobbiebrown.co.uk website. As the bobbiebrown.co.uk website only sells makeup products, skincare items, fragrances and tools and accessories, it cannot be considered a one stop destination.
8 -- E-mail newsletter -- customers are presented with the ability of leaving their email address with the company and receiving notifications of new products, offers…
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The Effect of the Flappers on Today's Women
The 1920's in the U.S. And UK can be described as a period of great change, both socially and economically. During this period the image of the women completely changed and a "new women" emerged who appears to have impacted social changes occurring in future generations of both men and women. This new symbol of the women was the Flapper. The Flapper was a new type of young woman that was rebellious, fun, bold and outspoken (Zeitz, 2006). This research paper explains the rise and fall of the Flapper in the 1920's, explores its historical and current impact on women in terms of culture, work, gender and social behavior and reflects on its long-term impact of the position of today's women.
Evolution of the Flapper
Flappers, most often characterized as the "New Woman," originally emerged in the 1920s in the…
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However, that was not an option, and it points to the rigidity of the corporation and its rules.
Harrah's defense of their policy is utilitarian in its outlook and its purpose. It stresses utility (beauty) over values or concerns of personal beliefs and personal privacy. A Harrah's spokesman for the "Personal Best" program noted, "Harrah's customers, people who are loyal to the Harrah's brand name, expect a certain quality of product, a certain quality hotel room, quality of food, and, yes, a certain quality in the appearance of the people who are serving them food and beverages'" (Chmela). It seems this stance is both rigid and extremely discriminatory against female employees, where a different appearance level is required. The policy does not require male beverage employees to wear makeup or style their hair, and it does not allow any flexibility in the policy. Harrah's only purpose is to create a…
Chmela, Holli. "Personal Best' Not up to Par." Washington Times. 11 Jan. 2005. http://www.washtimes.com/upi-breaking/20-8556r.htm
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The ability to create a makeup palate that is suited to the consumer's specific beauty needs, to create a unique image of beauty that is healthy and an enhancement of one's natural beauty should be the focus of a redesigned Avon site.
Avon is a classic product in the United States -- someone in 'your' family may have sold Avon, long ago. Although door-to-door sales is no longer lucrative, and unlikely to be accepted in China for higher-end goods, selling the midpriced Avon in Chinese department stores is an ideal way to create a humanized brand image for Avon and to capitalize upon the mania for customization and goods tailored to 'your needs.' This is one way to use American individualism yet give it a Chinese spin by stressing the need for make up to suit one's skin tone and enhance but not alter one's appearance. The company website…
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Women especially would not feel such a strong need to pursue boys or the "perfect" image, rather they would explore their inner self and their own needs and desires (Hamburg, 1992). Magazines like Seventeen create as Hamburg (1992) suggests, a "future generation in crisis."
This generation is one where teens do not know where to turn for advice on real life issues. ather than look at home, many turn elsewhere. Many teens fail to recognize the difference between what is real and what is imagined. Magazine editors should take note. What they print dramatically influences the behavior of young adults (Chapin, 2000; Hamburg, 1992; Kaplan & Cole, 2003). Minorities especially need to read material that promotes their ethnicity, varying cultural beliefs and changing bodies, so they do not feel like outsiders when their bodies do not compare to the images presented in popular media like Seventeen (Kaplan & Cole, 2003).…
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The policy required women to wear foundation, concealer, or powder, blush, mascara, and to make sure that they have lip color on at all times. Not only did women have to wear makeup, they were required to have a makeover by an image consultant. Once the employee and the image consultant had devised the employee's "personal best" look, then the employee's picture would be taken, and their appearance would be expected to conform to the picture each day he or she came to work. Jespersen refused to comply with the makeup requirements. She was given 30 days to apply for a new position that did not have a makeup requirement, but she refused to apply for a new position and was subsequently terminated. Jespersen filed suit against Harrah's alleging that the policy of requiring female beverage servers to wear makeup constituted disparate sex discrimination in violation of Title VII of…
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Some or all such authority may be in fact unlimited. This is when a committee can counterbalance authority and diffuse power within an organization since effectively only a small faction is making important decisions. The best use of committees is to have limited power to make decisions but have unlimited power to make recommendations on how things should be done.
2. Identify the initial issue that should always be thoroughly addressed when the establishment of a committee is recommended.
The initial issue that should be addressed is that of making sure that those on the committee are the people capable of carrying out the agenda of the committee and that the committee will have limited power to make organizational decisions.
3. In what ways may committees be said to dilute the recognition and diffuse the blame or responsibility? Where, based on your personal experience, have you seen one of these…
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e can see that minority status has far less to do with population size, and instead seems very much to be inclined by race, ethnicity and political power instead. This label of minority status is in many ways used as a tag by which certain groups are detained from political unity or effectiveness.
To a large degree, this is a condition which relates to the nature of the Hispanic demographic, which in spite of its cultural diversity, is typically perceived by the larger American public as a single unified entity. This is both untrue and reflects the ethnocentric qualities of the white American political body that have tended to relegate the Hispanic population to representation that is not proportional to its true presence here. Indeed, "although Mexican-Americans continue to be the largest group within the Latino population, increasing immigration from other Latin American means they are perhaps the most culturally…
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Another avenue of screening employs developing microscopic patterning technology called DNA microarray technologies in order to view certain characteristics of an individual's genetic makeup and health scenario. As Rushmore & Kong (2002) report, "advances in DNA microarray technologies and mammalian genome sequencing will soon allow quantitative assessment of expression profiles of all genes in the selected tissues." (Rushmore & Kong, 481)
This is particularly important because it represents opportunities in an area where most pharmacogenomics professionals contend the field must be expanded. At present, the largest focus in terms of application has been identifying single polymorphous cells for evaluation with respect to certain drug response likelihoods and tendencies. Naturally, the human genome is an incredibly complex chemical equation rendered by a set of permutations that is, for all intents and purposes, infinite. Therefore, the degree to which pharmacogenomics actually succeeds at improving treatment outcomes will…
Bates, D.; Phillips, K.; Alldredge, B.; Issa, a. & Huskamp, H. (2005). Can Pharmacogenomics Improve Drug Safety? NLM Gateway. Online at http://gateway.nlm.nih.gov/MeetingAbstracts/ma?f=103623628.html
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Figure 1 portrays the state of Maryland, the location for the focus of this DR.
Figure 1: Map of Maryland, the State (Google Maps, 2009)
1.3 Study Structure
Organization of the Study
The following five chapters constitute the body of Chapter I: Introduction
Chapter II: Review of the Literature
Chapter III: Methods and Results
Chapter IV: Chapter V: Conclusions, Recommendations, and Implications
Chapter I: Introduction
During Chapter I, the researcher presents this study's focus, as it relates to the background of the study's focus, the area of study, the four research questions, the significance of the study, and the research methodology the researcher utilized to complete this study.
Chapter II: Review of the Literature in Chapter II, the researcher explores information accessed from researched Web sites; articles; books; newspaper excerpts; etc., relevant to considerations of the disparity in access to health care services between rural and urban residence in Maryland…
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Bobbi Brown has three new product ideas, a line of anti-aging products, a virtual makeup feature, and beauty on the wheel. For these, the most comprehensive marketing campaign will need to be for the anti-aging line, as this is the idea with the most revenue potential. There are millions of customers interested in anti-aging products; the market is huge. This market also dovetails nicely with Bobbi Brown's existing core product (makeup) and its broad target audience. This marketing campaign will touch on all of the elements of the marketing mix. The anti-aging market overall is estimated to be worth $292 billion worldwide and the number of potential customers is expected to double by 2050, so the slice that Bobbi Brown is seeking to capture will also be worth several billion in total (A4M, 2014). Specifically to cosmetics, the market size is still $122 billion (P Web,…
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olex watches: olex deploys an exclusive distribution strategy. Its high pricing is part of its appeal, given that wearing a olex signifies one's economic status. olexes can be bought at high-end jewelers, department stores, and select shopping areas which high-income consumers are likely to patronize.
Coach purses: Coach similarly has an exclusive distribution strategy. They are expensive items of clothing, usually sold at select Coach retailers. These stores are often in exclusive malls or in high-rent districts of urban locations.
Land over sport utility vehicles: Although these vehicles are not the most expensive means of transportation available, they are not universally desired by all consumers. People in cities will likely have less desire for SUVs given that they do not need all-terrain vehicles and are more concerned about the price of gas than their suburban counterparts. However, within certain pockets of the country, and also within certain consumer…
Demery, Jack. (2006). Sephora streamlines supply chain management with Invois.
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Criminal Justice Theory and the Los Angeles County Probation Department
Criminal and antisocial behaviors have been studied in the field of criminology for many years. Criminologists are very interested to learn what types of things cause specific criminal and antisocial behaviors. hile criminal behavior and antisocial behavior are not always related, they often have close ties. Criminologists and other researchers are looking to find commonalities between certain genetic makeups and deviant behavior. They believe that many people are genetically predisposed to be violent, and if these people can be located they can be treated.
That does not mean that criminologists are in favor of testing everyone's genetic makeup on the planet to see if any of them show violent tendencies. hat they are interested in doing, however, is studying criminals who already have a history of violent and deviant behavior to see what other traits they have, and what their…
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However, Edersheim also points out that Jews were more child-centered than their contemporary cultures. One example of the Jewish reverence for children is that only Jews and one other culture had prohibitions against infanticide, while other cultures openly permitted the practice.
In chapter seven, Edersheim goes on to discuss the raising of Jewish children. Different ages of children had different roles and expectations. Children learned early on the protection of the Mesusah. In addition to formal instruction, children learned by observing their parents engage in rituals. The book of Proverbs is helpful to an understanding of how Jews were to raise their children. The most important part of the education of a Jewish child was religious education. Much of this instruction came as the result of children watching their parents, because Jews lived their religion as part of their daily lives. In addition to informal instruction, some children received formal…
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I used the digital camera to photograph her in her routine. I also recorded her speaking and, occasionally, took notes when something interested me. I also took longhand notes of the names of the ointments in order to remember them.
My cousin looks at herself closely in the mirror as she applies each thing. Here and again, she says' drat' and pronounces that she sees a 'spot' or wrinkle when I see nothing whatsoever. Sometimes she presses her face real close to the mirror so that vapor gathers on the glass. Other times, she takes the magnifying mirror form her bedroom, and she presses her face against the glass.
When she is rummaging for her ointments (like the sunscreen that she finally finds in her purse), she drags everyone else out and leaves it on the floor or bed.
Genetic makeup also shapes the talents and interests of individuals (eaver, Chapter 3: Gene-Environment Interplay Explained, 2009). Genes help to determine what talents and interests an individual develops. At the same time, individuals tend to befriend others with the same talents and interests as a way to relate. Just the same as a football player will befriend other football players, a delinquent will befriend other delinquents as a way to relate to others. All research shows that genetic effects are more powerful in high-risk environments as opposed to low-risk environments (eaver, Chapter 3: Gene-Environment Interplay Explained, 2009). The effects of the delinquents will be more powerful in scope than the example of football players. High-risk environments, such as abuse and violence, drugs and alcohol, and poverty can enhance the effects of the genetic makeup.
iological factors combined with environmental factors play huge roles in the way individuals behave. Where the…
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Using Ponds reduces the appearance of fine lines, makes the skin feel softer and less irritated by the elements, and can also make the removal of makeup easier.
Using Ponds makes a consumer feel more attractive, feminine, and conveys an overall sense of well-being. It makes the consumer feel as if she is making herself beautiful without spending a great deal of money. It also enables the consumer to remove her makeup, which is supposed to be 'good for the skin.
Using Ponds immediately gives the consumer a sense of well-being, makes the skin appear softer momentarily, and also cleans the face.
Using Ponds night after night makes the consumer feel good about using a trusted product, allows the consumer to save money (versus using a department store brand) while still allows the consumer to enjoy the positive benefits of using a…
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but, the interesting thing is that their peers, family, friends and young boys are basing their opinion of what these girls should look like from what they see in the media.
Main Cause of Poor ody Images in Young Girls
The media has been with us for years and it is here to stay. There are good aspects of this industry because it serves to keep us informed and aware of what is happening in the world around us. The media can also be viewed negatively because of some of the television programs that are out there today. Technology is so advanced that we can now watch our favorite television shows and read our favorite fashion magazines right from our cell phones. We can assume that as the years go by, technology will get more advanced and the role of the media will become even more prominent.
Such outlets as…
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"Lady Gaga in part because she keeps us guessing about who she, as a woman, really is. She has been praised for using her music and videos to raise this question and to confound the usual exploitative answers provided by 'the media'… Gaga's gonzo wigs, her outrageous costumes, and her fondness for dousing herself in what looks like blood, are supposed to complicate what are otherwise conventionally sexualized performances" but this complication does not necessarily lead to a feminist liberation (Bauer 2010).
Still, Gaga has been embraced by a generation of women, some who shun and some who embrace the feminist label. "Lady Gaga idealizes this way of being in the world. But real young women, who, as has been well documented, are pressured to make themselves into boy toys at younger and younger ages, feel torn. They tell themselves a Gaga-esque story about what they're doing. hen they're on…
Bauer, Joy. "Lady Power." The New York Times. June 20, 2010. June 21, 2010.
Love, Meredith A. & Brenda M. Helmbrecht. "Teaching the conflicts: (Re)engaging students with feminism in a postfeminist world." Feminist Teacher. 18(1).
Maloney, Malori. Lady Gaga: "I'm not a feminist. I hail men, I love men." Bitch.
While they may claim that they are in-tune with other Americans, they and their close friends may not have experienced the issues that plague most of the American people.
While this is a problem, it may seem like a difficult one to solve. But because representatives are elected by the people, it can actually be an easy problem to solve. The solution starts with erasing assumptions. People may assume that they have to vote for the smartest, most experienced, or most educated candidate. An information campaign is needed to educate people that it is not always better to go with the same type of candidate; citizens should vote for the person that they feel represents them best. Next, candidates who really represent the public must run for office. Grants and monies from private institutions are needed in order to make this possible. Thus, the fact that the makeup of congress…
One of the primary justifications for affirmative action in higher education has been that the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and other similar tools used to determine academic potential at the college and post-graduate level reflect a cultural bias in their makeup that benefits non-minorities. Even to whatever extent that may have been true when affirmative action programs were first conceived, opponents of affirmative action in education point out that the appropriate solution to that situation is to simply reconfigure the tests rather than to continue using the same flawed tests and then overcompensate after the fact (Halbert & Ingulli, 2007).
In education in particular, one of the effects of affirmative action in admissions is that it harms those minority students who would have qualified for admission without any artificial assistance. Specifically, public awareness of affirmative action in college admissions means that even the most highly qualified students of minority persuasion…
Halbert, T., Ingulli, E. (2007). Law & Ethics in the Business Environment. Cincinnati: West Legal Studies. Healey, J.F. (2003). Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class: The Sociology of Group Conflict and Change. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge.
Schaefer, R.T. (2002). Racial and Ethnic Groups. New York: Harper Collins.
Schmalleger, F. (2008). Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Text for the 21st Century. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
The inconclusive evidence shows the difficulty of regulating issues of science rather than policy, and given that it is not certain that these substances are dangerous in the amounts in cosmetics, the warning labels seem unlikely to influence consumer behavior.
I ask the question: does more information promote better behavior? The answer is: not always. Millions of people eat artificial sweeteners, drink alcohol, and smoke cigarettes, despite warning labels on these products. Also, people use cosmetics tested on animals -- and even inject Botox, a paralyzing chemical in their foreheads, in the name of beauty. Additional warning labels will do little to change consumer behavior, especially when it comes to style, unless there is more research that proves that these chemicals pose a health risk.
It might even simply threaten his ego and personal confidence in his past experience to see a younger person in a leadership role. Geographical differences can grate, as the Southern 'genteel manner' might seem 'fake' to an brusque urban dweller, and a self-identified 'city kid' might look down on a suburban dweller as 'out of the loop' of what is new and cutting edge.
Diversity is neither an organizational or team strength or a weakness, intrinsically -- it is how it is deployed in a workplace context that makes it either a positive or a negative force. The business case for diversity "is that in a global and diverse marketplace, a company whose makeup mirrors the makeup of the marketplace it serves is better equipped to thrive in that marketplace than a company whose makeup is homogenous." ("Diversity," 2005) However, long before diversity training in the workplace became an industry,…
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remark when passing a magazine on the stand called Teenage Glamour with a girl who barely had anything extra blossoming on her bosom area on the cover. And people wonder why children, especially girls, want to grow up so quickly? Is it any wonder? Next week, a new magazine is coming out called Baby Girl Glamour.
"Wit's end," by Daisy Fried is about a father pained by the fact that his "baby" spends countless hours in the bathroom doing inane things like shaving her legs and applying tons of makeup. The poem clearly demonstrates both the success the cosmetic companies are having with their target audiences and how girls use makeup as a means to cut themselves off from their fathers and show who is boss.
The "beauty" (pun intended) of the poem "Wit's end" are the images that can be quickly visualized by anyone having lived with a female…
This has caused a divide in Iran, where traditionalists want to save the old religious and moral values, while many people want to bring more changes to Iran, like democracy and true free elections. This has created a rift in the country, and has caused unrest and even hatred of western values. That is one of the things that has caused Muslim fundamentalists in Iran (and elsewhere in the Middle East), to declare a war on American and westernization. This shows that modernization is not always a positive change, and that some countries simply do not need or want modern conveniences if it means they come along with western values. It is a time of social change in the country, and it is certain that more changes will happen in Iran today and in the future.
Mahmoodshahi, eza. "Westernization: A New Motif for evolution in Iran." Published:12/15/2002.
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Mirsepassi, Ali. Intellectual Discourse and the Politics of Modernization: Negotiating Modernity in Iran. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Rinehart, James F. Revolution and the Millennium: China, Mexico, and Iran. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 1997.
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Develop your theoretical orientation to the counseling process and identify how this approach compares to Cognitive Behavioral theory
Since its inception nearly fifty years ago, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has become recognized as perhaps the most effective therapeutic approach. Indeed, CBT has myriad uses, and is applied in a number of situations, including depression, personality disorders, and wellness and rehabilitation. However, there also exist limitations to cognitive behavioral therapy, mainly surrounding treatment with patients from diverse cultures. This paper develops appropriate therapeutic orientations, discussing different therapeutic concerns and approaches. First, attention is paid to the nature of people; next, the role of the individual in families and other systems is addressed. Then, multicultural considerations, wellness and prevention, and the nature of problems are discussed. Finally, the paper addresses the process of change and how the orientations enacted are successful in practice.
The nature of people
People are diverse, not…
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Lay, K.R., & King, L.J. (2007) Counseling strategies. In Drug Courts: A New Approach to Treatment and Rehabilitation. (pp. 166-182). New York: Springer Science.
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Heritable Variation in a Population
Variation within the realm of natural selection is the cornerstone of a healthy population with the ability to adapt to a given environment. Indeed, the reality is that natural selection and evolution are sciences of variation and inheritance.
Variations known as heritable variations are those which are passed on from one generation of a population to the next. It is important for these variations to remain intact between generations because certain elements within a given organism may have made a positive change which allows the creature to live more comfortably in its environment. As these positive changes are passed down through the generations they become more of a staple of the population and less of a mutation. This is the basis for evolution.
In human beings, research shows that populations which developed in warm climates tend to be taller while populations which developed in cool…
O'Neil, Dennis. "Natural Selection." E. Museum Genetics and Biology. 2002. http://emuseum.mnsu.edu/biology/evolution/genetics/naturalselection.html
King, Peter. "Human Biology." Genetic Variation and Natural Selection. 2002.
June Morning (1945)
Thomas Hart Benton's June Morning imbues the reader with emotion from first glance to closer inspection. At first, the painting feels a bit dark as a summer storm is rolling out of this rural setting. The sky to the right is still filled with dappled gray clouds that arc in bands to the left. The left sky glows lightly golden behind the arms of clouds stretched across it, giving stark contrast to the their dark forms.
The pastel sun illuminates the balance of the left side of the painting. In the background it lights a sliver of ocean, made of shades of sky blue, and is just barely visible to the viewer. A gentle highlight indicates the swell of the ocean as it comes in to break somewhere on an unseen shore.
This same sunlight dully lights the roof of an old farmhouse with a…
Profiling Nasir al-Wahishi
The author of this research proposal deigns to cover two basic research questions and issues within this report. First is the general subject of political profiling of current or possible future political leaders and the second is the more specific focus on the case of a man by the name of Nasir al-Wahishi. That particular man is the current proclaimed leader of al-Qaida in the Arab Peninsula, often referred to as AQAP for short. The research problem to be address in this proposal and, by extension, the approved study is the vexing nature of profiling political leaders, what they are capable of, how they control and motivate the people they proselytize to, how to predict who people will glom onto and who will be ignored and so forth. There is also the question of how to deal with "stateless" regimes and groups that exist. Some of these…
Altemeyer, Bob. 'Highly Dominating, Highly Authoritarian Personalities'. The Journal of Social Psychology 144, no. 4 (2004): 421-448.
Andeweg, Rudy B., and Steef B. Van Den Berg. 'Linking Birth Order To Political
Leadership: The Impact Of Parents Or Sibling Interaction?'. Political Psychology
24, no. 3 (2003): 605-623.