In "Ind AFF," author Fay Weldon uses the setting of the story to portray her theme. Weldon links a comparison to the uncertainty of the narrator's love affair to that of the assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand, for both events take place in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. In the beginning of the story, the narrator's expectations of fine weather are extinguished by the downfall of rain. The narrator explains this by stating, "This is a sad story. It has to be. It rained in Sarajevo, and we had expected fine weather" (172).
The narrator and her lover, a married professor, are on a trip to visit and discuss a historical event which takes place in Yugoslavia. During their discussions, Weldon weaves in historical events that link to the theme of the story. "Two footprints set into pavement which mark the spot where the young assassin Princip stood to shoot the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife" (172), two crimes of passion happen at this location. Weldon draws similarities to Princip's life changing decision for his country, to that of the narrator's decision of pursuing her relationship with her professor. Peter, the narrator's professor, can't seem to decide whether he wants to be with his wife of twenty-four years or his young student. Once scholar claims, "Peter cares about her, but does not do the necessary things to show that he desires a serious relationship" (Wise). The narrator learns to accept the fact that their passion is nothing more than a mere "inordinate affection."
As the narrator and her professor discuss Princip's assassination attempt, the narrator comes to the realization that Princip had a second chance. "Princip saw the archduke's car parked outside, and went for it. Second chances are rare in life; they must be responded to" (176). Weldon uses this to foreshadow a turning point in the narrator's feelings abou…
Brown claims that since their business model is now being challenged due to the growth of the business, the business model now needs to change. The major challenges that Brown faces in creating a process-orientated organisation are: appointing process owners to maintain processes, transitioning to a new management style, maintaining a process infrastructure, and changing management for the transitioning period.
A process owner has responsibilities to maintain a process such as the overall design and implementation. A process owner also needs to take care of the budget for the process and it’s performance. This process owner is a senior executive that works in collaboration with other department heads and provides training in the workforce. The challenge is to find candidates that can be process owners and providing them with the required knowledge and resources to maintain a process. Therefore less people and more skill will be required when appointing a candidate. Champy states that: ;transformed work often requires fewer but more highly skilled people, whose jobs are now more complex. Just think of the service representative whose changed job is to solve the customer problem, rather than pass the customer off to another person or push the hold button.;(2006) This could also cause lay-offs and other conflicts involving the change in culture. People are resistant to change and Brown will have to know how to deal with all the conflict. Therefore it is imperative ;to know how much study and preparation (mostly planning and training) are required before you execute an operational change.; (Champy 2006)
The change in management style will require distributing authority over resources through a collaborative effort. Department heads must negotiate over process and work design, performance metric, and resource allocation. This requires time and can cause conflicts therefore ;process change requires getting the …
Forrest Gump is remembered for comparing life to a box of chocolates; so many to choose from, allequally delicious. Me, I like to think of life as a bowl of salad, offering lots of choices for toppings.
My parents supplied me with the base of values and morals that I am thankful for and will use throughout my life. My mom supports me in everything I do, from baking brownies every meet for my swim team to giving me the occasional pep talk. My dad is a model of dedication, integrity, and ambition as he worked hard to create a business that would offer financial security for our family. Both my mom and dad have helped me explore my athletic and creative interests by exposing me to the world of art, of dance, and of swim. I consider myself a well-rounded person due to my parents love and understanding.
Throughout my freshman and sophomore year, I found myself havingdifficulty balancing all the activities on my plate (no pun intended). My academics were suffering and I soon found myself facing an extremely challenging situation. I had lost all motivation to participate in events that I used to really enjoy and for academics that had once come easy to me in the past. Unfortunately, I ended my freshman year being academically ineligible to compete on the swim team. My ability to control my life was taken away from me and it was a very trying time. At that point, I made the decision to really look at my life. I started to think about my future and where I wanted to be when I was an adult. I thought about education considering my love for working with children and one of my main goals in life is to have children. As for my immediate future, I realized that I had to make the right choices so that I could swim again. I reached out to my teachers, counselors, and parents to help me get my life back together. I chose to work hard and focus so that my life dreams and goals could have the possibility of being fulfilled.
Mildred owns property in Cleveland, Ohio. While doing estate planning, Mildred had a survey done on her property and found that her neighbor, Cliff, had a picket fence that was 3 feet on over onto Mildred's property. Mildred has her original deed executed over 40 years ago, showing the right and title to that 3 feet that the fence encroaches on.
Neither Cliff nor Mildred recall when the fence was built nor can they remember what was there prior to the fence.Cliff claims the right to property by adverse possession.
The issue in this case is who has the burden of proof regarding the adverse possession of this property and who will prevail in the event of litigation.
The elements of adverse possession, as stated by Busziewicz v. Damion, 140 Ohio App. 3d 126, 130 (Ohio Ct. App., Cuyahoga County 2000), Jacks v. Brewington, 177 Ohio App. 3d 844, 850 (Ohio Ct. App., Champaign County 2008), and BEBOUT v. PEFFERS, 1986 Ohio App. LEXIS 8030 (Ohio Ct. App., Knox County Aug. 18, 1986), are:
1. Possessor must have entered the property and have had exclusive use and possession of the property;
2. Possession must have been open and notorious;
3. Possession must be adverse to the rightful owner and under a claim of right; and,
4. Possession must be continuous for a period of 21 years.
In Bebout, the Court found that party claiming the adverse possession has all the burden of proof, stating: "The law presumes possession of land is under the regular title. In fact, the true owner has the benefit of all reasonable presumptions.Demmitt v. McMillan (1984), 16 Ohio App.3d 138; 2 O.Jur.3d 630-31, Adverse Possession and Prescription, §112. Therefore, the party claiming property by adverse possession has the burden of proving all the elements of adverse possessionthis court, in Richards v. Hostetler, supra, has held that the elements of adverse possession must be proved by the claimant b
Large amounts of natural gas have recently been found in Appalachia, making the process of drilling for fuel more profitable at a time when gas prices are competitive and worth the price of manpower.
The Marcellus Shale Play stretches across an area of 95,000 square miles from southern New York across Pennsylvania, into western Maryland, West Virginia, and eastern Ohio. While formed in the Appalachian Basin over 300 million years ago, the Marcellus Shale Play has recently become an economically viable source of natural gas due to technological advances in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, as well as relatively high natural gas prices. Higginbotham 2
The process is relatively straightforward: a drill passes through several layers of crust until it reaches the shale beds holding natural gas, the shale is drilled into horizontally, a shock is sent to fracture the rock which is then flushed with the fracturing fluid (water, several chemicals, and sand) to widen & extend fractures at which point the gas is collected and stored, refined, and transported. Tens of thousands of jobs have been created in as many as 30 states as a result of this boom in hydraulic fracturing.
According to Higginbotham's research, in 2008 14,466 people were employed in various parts of the extraction process while West Virginia employed 10,582 (6). America is a proud country, so it is hardly a surprise that these untapped natural gas resources are being embraced by the government. What could be wrong with this process? It means less imported gas, more American sourced fuel, and, perhaps most important in our current economic situation, it creates a huge amount of jobs, particularly in poorer areas of the country.
There is a downside, however. What happens to the mixture of water and chemicals that gets pumped into drilling sites? That water has to go somewhere. In his documentary, “Gasland”, Josh Fox speculates the volume of water an…
Bob Marley said, "Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life." Those words set precedence to some of the most fundamental principles that our nation was built upon. Immigrants who fought to set themselves free of dictatorship built this nation. The sentiment however has long since changed. While Illegal Immigrants is considered a threat to our national security and economy, Illegal Immigration has been beneficial in the United States. America can attribute a large share of its labor workforce from undocumented foreigners. Illegal immigrants also add cultural enrichment to our country. Lastly, immigrants contribute to our economy.
Over half of American citizens see illegal immigration as a threat to their economy. "A majority (56%) of Americans simultaneously say that illegal immigrants hurt the economy by driving down wages for many Americans (Survey: Citizenship, Values, and Cultural Concerns: What Americans Want From Immigration Reform)." They perceive undocumented workers as leeches stealing our money. Anti-immigration advocates also contend that illegal immigrants are hurting our economy by draining our resources. "All the law enforcement, detention and deportation has to add up to something. Just think of where else we could be using that money (Parker)." They feel money spent on services that provide illegal immigrants aid is a resource being wasted. In addition to our economy being threatened, anti-immigration advocates believe illegal immigrants are a threatening our national security. Since the wake of 9/11 Americans lost their sense of security.These advocates worry that allowing foreigners into our country makes us vulnerable to vicious criminals who want to breech our line of defense.
The American public attributes the influx of drugs and weapons to the influx of illegal immigrants. Politicians against immigration campaign that Amnesty for illegals…
“There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can
remove all traces of reality," quoted by Pablo Picasso, represents how his art moves away from
realism and the traditional views of art in pre modernist era (Picasso). Picasso is known for his
abstract paintings and is described as a "modern artist". Ideas expressed in the handout
“Modernism” are used to describe Pablo Picasso’s “The Guitar Player” (1910) and are used to
define the painting as a modern work of art. The dimension created through the use of cubism
and subjective style expressed in Picasso’s “The Guitar Player” defines the painting as a modern
"The Guitar Player" is a cubist painting that moves away from the traditional design of a
painting by presenting an uncertain image not found in the natural world. The title of the
painting is the only indication of what is being presented.Lines used to create a person and a
guitar become confusing, as evidence of the existence of the objects becomes blurred.
Monotone colors, shadowing, and shapes help add depth to the image. The depth developed
creates multiple points of view. It removes the flatness of pre modern painting by giving the
appearance of three-dimension to the painting. The dimensionality created is not normally
The abstract and unnatural image defines the painting as a modern art piece. Cubism is an “art about art,” instead of being a mirror image of the exterior world. It is art referencing other art. The painting isn’t a representation of what can be found in the exterior world, it is a representation of what is found within the artist (Edward).
The painting is not objective, but subjective. The lines, shapes, color and shadowing are
used to represent the artist;s inner thoughts and emotions. There is no narration or instruction
found within the painting. It is different from pre modern ar
?1.1 EXPLAIN THE VARIOUS ELEMENTS OF THE MARKETING PROCESS
K. Lopper et al (2006) describe Marketing as a means of customer satisfaction. However Pride and Ferrell(2012) define marketing as a creating, distributing, promoting, pricing, process through which goods and services or ideals are exchanged to satisfy customer needs. Meanwhile American Marketing Association Board of Directors (October 2007) define Marketing as the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large. While Doyle, P., (2000), p29.
Marketing is the management process that seeks to maximize returns to shareholders by developing relationships with valued customers and creating a competitive advantage. Meanwhile is seen as Marketing is when a company produce/render a particular goods or service which he knows that people need or want and plan how the member of the public will be aware of that particular goods/service by making of advert, posters, sales promotion etc.
Process is referred to "As a set of controllable tools that the firm blends to produce the response it wants in the target market, so it consists of everything the firm can do to influence the demand for its product" Philip Kotler (1997
Author Philip Kotler (1997), says “Marketing is not the art of selling what you make but knowing what to make. It is the art of identifying and understanding customer needs and creating solutions that deliver satisfaction to the customers, profits to the producers and benefits for the stakeholders. Market innovation is gained by creating customer satisfaction through product innovation, product quality and customer service. It these are absent, no amount of advertising, sales promotion or salesmanship can compensate.”
zeepedia.com (2013) MARKETING PROCESS: Analyzing marketing opportunities, Contents of Marketing Plan sa…
When envisioning an educated person, many characteristics come to mind. I think back to my childhood days and think about the different incidents when I encountered an individual doing things that made me feel they were educated. When I was 15 years old, my high school math teacher always seemed to be able to answer any question my friends and I threw at him. He was sharp. He seemed to always know the right answer. It was as if he had a magical calculator in his mind that was always on overdrive and it could calculate things almost before you finished asking your question! He was amazing. He also always had a clever response that stumped us just when we thought we had him cornered. No matter what we came up with and conjured up in our minds to stump our math teacher, he would always out-smart us and prove to us yet again that he was super educated. To me he was the epitome of an educated person. But what was it about my math teacher that made him seem so educated to me? Sometimes when people always seem to have the answer to every question you ask them, they can just appear to be cocky and arrogant. Also, when some people always seem to have a clever come back, they can come across as mean or inconsiderate. So with this thought in mind, why didn't my high school math teacher seem cocky and arrogant? Why didn't he seem mean or inconsiderate? I know I must dig deeper into what the characteristics of an educated person are and explore those characteristics that make the individual seem educated and not offensive are.
Now according to Freire, Problem Posing is the working of both parties, "Teacher and Student, Student and Teacher", coming up with a plan and a course of action to teach each other. The teacher and student engage in dialogue to come to an educated agreement. The problem posing educator reforms his reflection in the reflection of the students (Freire, 1993, p80). Maybe, this is why I can look at my math …
?In an essay of 3000 words, identify and describe three key periods in the history of the Church and analyze their significance for teaching religious education. Make reference to a specific religious education unit or module in your answer. Most of your references should be published books, e-books and journal articles. Website use should be kept to a minimum and should be from recognized institutions or organizations, e.g. Catholic education offices, dioceses, universities. 60%, 3000 words
The sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is integral to the dual role of Catholic Education – in teaching religion and in applying the religious life of the school. The Eucharist is "the source and summit of the Christian life" (CCC 1324), drawing together and nourishing the many facets and dimensions of Catholic Christian faith. It must be placed at the heart of Catholic teaching and action. Hence, in the newly published Australian Religion Curriculum, the teaching of the Eucharist among year 10 learners is strongly stated: "[Learners] examine the Eucharist as the primary and indispensable source of nourishment for the spiritual life of believers, sent to carry on Jesus' mission in the world" (Brisbane Catholic Education, 2013). The best way to explore and learn the sacrament of the Eucharist is to study its historical developments alongside the developments in the history of the church. A closer look at three significant periods in the history of the church could provide a glimpse of the changes and continuities that surround the Mass. The three periods in focus in this paper are: the Middle Ages, the Reformation and the Council of Trent and the Second Vatican Council.
The Relevance of the Unit on The Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist
The sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is a rich liturgical celebration within the Catholic tradition that relate to the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ by which the gift of Sa…