Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Ã Ã Ã Thom Gunn, an English poet who has spent most of his life living in the United States, is a member of what has come to be called the "Movement". Members of the Movement "rejected what seemed to them the Romantic excesses of the New Apocalypse (whose most prominent member was Dylan Thomas), and. . .were equally dissatisfied with the modernist revolution led by [Ezra] Pound and [T.S.] Eliot" (Ellmann and OÃ¢â¬â¢Clair 1335). Gunn has criticized modernists for "strengthen[ing] the images [in their poetry] while...banishing [the] concepts" (Qtd. in Ellmann and OÃ¢â¬â¢Clair 1335). Members of the Movement "sought greater concreteness and a less high-flown diction for poetry" (Ellmann and OÃ¢â¬â¢Clair 1335). Ã Ã Ã Thom Gunn is known for writing poems that are not only concrete, but that can also be thought of as quite risky. Gunn has never been a cautious poet (Ellmann and OÃ¢â¬â¢Clair 1335), instead choosing to deal with subjects that are very "real," and in some cases very controversial. Gunn confronts the issue of alcoholism and its effects, not only on the alcoholics, but also on those who care about them, in his poem "DonahueÃ¢â¬â¢s Sister," which was published in 1982 as part of a book of poems entitled The Passages of Joy. Ã Ã Ã "DonahueÃ¢â¬â¢s Sister" begins with the two characters, a man and a woman (presumably Donahue and his sister), encountering each other at the head of the stairs. The first two lines read, "She comes level with him at / the head of the stairs," and indicate a sense of competition and tension between the two people. Immediately, it is apparent that there is a power struggle going on between the man and the woman. At this point, the reader has not been told the source of the competition between the characters, but there is a sense ... ...poetry is not intellectual... rather, it explores concrete reality in a sensuous manner" (Parini 138). Gunn paints a colorful and all-too-believable picture of the effects of alcoholism. He does not attempt to pass judgment, though. He does not condemn the alcoholic, or glorify the man who tries to help her. He simply shows us an honest depiction of alcoholism, and allows us as readers to make our own moral judgments. Works Cited Ellmann, Richard and Robert OÃ¢â¬â¢Clair, eds.Ã The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry.Ã 2nd ed.Ã New York: W.W. Norton, 1988. Giles, Paul.Ã Ã¢â¬Å"Landscapes of repetition: the self-parodic nature of Thom GunnÃ¢â¬â¢s later poetry.Ã¢â¬ Ã Critical Quarterly 29.2 (1987): 85-99. Parini, Jay.Ã Ã¢â¬Å"Rule and Energy: The Poetry of Thom Gunn.Ã¢â¬ Ã The Massachusetts Review 23 (1982): 134-151. Sanborn, Patricia F.Ã Existentialism.Ã New York: Pegasus, 1968.
Sunday, January 12, 2020
The Jextra Neighborhood case study is an evidence of the growing effort by Multi National Corporations to extend their operational base to take advantage of the increasing benefits associated with globalization. The case highlights the managerial capabilities and style of the Manager, Tom Chong; the cultural variations in the perception of business as an entity and its relationships with society, employee attitude to work ethics, and legal variables governing the operations of international corporations. The Malaysian system poses a socio-ethical dilemma especially with the giving and receipts of bribes by appointed employees as well as the exchange of favors (or request thereof) between government officials and businesses. How Should Tom Chong resolve the issue? Concerning the Mayor of KlangÃ¢â¬â¢s request, Chong must first assess his own degree of power and authority implied by his position as Country manager. The appointment of a country manager as part of the organizational hierarchy conforms to the management principle of authorization, which mandates equable authority and power to enable managers carry out assigned duties. Such authorities usually have limitations especially in situations where the action or inaction of the officer will affect corporate commitment financially or otherwise. Due to the value of financial capital involved, and the legality thereof, Chong should refer the request in a memo to his immediate boss with copies to corporate headquarters in line with the principle of communication, which encourages a forward-backward linkages and consultative approach to organizational decision-making processes. Even if the legal implications are favorable, the final decision made with regards to the mayorÃ¢â¬â¢s request must take into consideration the various business indices such as the time needed to break-even and recoup investment, potential market size, growth matrix and competitive threat for comparison with larger corporate goals. The original Jextra store plan did not consider the flyover road as a priority, which may help narrow the choice options to the school project. In addition, Malaysia law is silent over business contribution for social programs and there is wide example for the practice. If considered, Jextra could make the school financing process public andÃ transparent with payment made directly to a body appointed by the city administration that has oversight for contributions and disbursement, and controls for effective accountability. What Should Chong do, about the rumors about the bribery and kickbacks to the category manager (CM)? As the country manager, dealing with the bribery and kickback rumors by the CMs is within ChingÃ¢â¬â¢s administrative supervision and jurisdiction. In this case, the CMs are expected to be accountable to him and to carry out their duties according to the laid down procedures as dedicate in the Jextra Code of conduct. Chong should first have a close door meeting with Arif Alam and inform him about the information he has received about the activities of the CMs in general as well as the seriousness of its implications if anything should known. He should then recommit the CMs and all other employees to the Jextra Conduct Code (JCC) by running workshops for the staff. At the conclusion of the workshop, the CMs should make to sign an undertaking that expressly promise their commitment to the JCC. The workshop can made an annual event during which personnel from corporate or regional headquarters could be asked to attend for added importance Suppliers, individuals and organizations that do business with Jextra should also be educated about the Jextra CC from the first time a business relationship is established. Contractual agreement must have a section enforceable at law that details an understanding of the requirement for honest dealings devoid of bribery kickbacks and other corrupt practices to, from or by a Jextra employee during the period of the business relationship. The agreement should also make clear procedures for business engagement and the consequences for a breach including abandon and prosecution. Does the jextra Business Code of conduct help chong in resolving the issue? JextraÃ¢â¬â¢s business conduct code does not seem helpful to the manager, Chong in resolving the bribery and kickback issues at the organization. In the first place, the document is settled in Ã¢â¬Ëcautions and admonitionsÃ¢â¬â¢ instead of the inherent force of the law. What is more, there are no meaningful arrangements in the document. Besides, even though the code allows gifts and entertainment of Ã¢â¬Ësmall/minimalÃ¢â¬â¢ value to guest and suppliers, there is no definite amount given either by department or rank/title such that, the value herein involved may be subjected to acceptable interpretations and variations from department to department and between individual employees. Such lack ofÃ specificity exposes the manager Chong and limits the options available to him for dealing with personnel/employee conduct because of the likelihood that, employee may see his actions as Ã¢â¬Ërefer his own measuresÃ¢â¬â¢ instead of company regulation. Are these the kind of issues that Chong should have anticipated as a country manager? As a manager of an international company, Chong should expect to encounter cultural variations or collisions in business and social relations in Malaysia. Local expectations and company ethical policies do sometime clash during the execution of business objectives. However, managers must advice staff to stick with the tried and tested laid down policies. Managers many recommend a review of policies in the face of strong objective evidence for alternative approaches. Such ethical pursuit may help the company in case of legal suits; solidify the managers observed integrity whiles setting a standard for change.
Saturday, January 4, 2020
TITLE: EXPLAIN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN TERMS OF HIRSCHIÃ¢â¬ S SOCIAL BONDING THEORY, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE CASE STUDY Table of Contents Content Introduction Overview of Travis Hirschis Social Bond Theory Applying HirschiÃ¢â¬â¢s Social Bonding Theory to the Case of Susan Fryberg Critique of Self-Control Theory Summary Conclusion References Introduction In this assignment I will try to explain juvenile delinquency in terms of HirschiÃ¢â¬â¢s social bonding theory, with special reference to the case study of Susan Fryberg. I will briefly introduce you to Travis Hirschi and walk you thorough his social bonding theory. I will show how events that unfolded in Susan Frybergs life can be explainedÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Reconciling Hirschis two control theories has attracted the attention of theorists (Felson 1997) as much as Hirschis earlier social bond theory attracted the attention of researchers anxious to measure the four elements of the social bond -- attachment, commitment, involvement, and belief (Wiatrowski et. al. 1981). In 1969 Travis Hirschi presented four social bonds which promote socialization and conformity. These include attachment, commitment, involvement and belief. He claimed that the stronger these four bonds, the least likely one would become delinquent. Hirschi first assumes that everyone has potential to b ecome delinquent and criminal and it is social controls, not moral values, which maintain law and order. Without controls, he argues, one is free to commit criminal acts. Hirschi further assumes that a consistent value system exists and all of society is thus exposed to such a system. Moral codes are then defied by delinquents because their attachment to society is weak. While Sykes and Matza believe that delinquents share the same values and attitudes as non delinquents, Hirschi views delinquents as rejecting such social norms and beliefs. Assumptions of HirschiÃ¢â¬â¢s social bonding theory (these ideas are drawn from Goode: 1994, 1997, 2001, 2005; and Pfohl, Images of Deviance and Social Control, 1985 and the Study Guide for this module) Individuals are naturallyShow MoreRelatedEssay about HirschiÃ¢â¬â¢s Social Bonding Theory 1195 Words Ã |Ã 5 PagesIn criminology, researchers have constantly tried to explain why people commit crime and engage in juvenile delinquency. Many theories have emerged for over a century about why people commit these deviant behaviors. Macro-level theories focus on social structures and the effects of those structures on the human behavior. Basically, macro-level theories explains aggregate crime. Micro-level theories focuses on individuals and their interactions with various groups of people. For example, the relationshipRead MoreEssay on Criminological Theories13456 Words Ã |Ã 54 PagesStudent Study Guide for Ronald L. Akers and Christine S. SellersÃ¢â¬â¢ Criminological Theories: Introduction, Evaluation, and Applications Fourth Edition Prepared by Eric See Youngstown State University Roxbury Publishing Company Los Angeles, California 1 Student Study Guide by Eric See for Criminological Theories: Introduction, Evaluation, and Application , 4th Edition by Ronald L. Akers and Christine S. Sellers Copyright Ã © 2004 Roxbury Publishing Company, Los Angeles, California
Friday, December 27, 2019
Abstract The complementary therapy that will be discussed is that of herbal medicine. Herbal medicine is usually inclusive of but not restricted to the use of plants and herbs as a means to treat ailments and illnesses. Ã¢â¬Å"Herbalism, the therapeutic use of herbs, is the original system of medicine from which modern pharmacological products have been developedÃ¢â¬ (Mantle, 2001). This practice has been around since early civilizations, so there is a tendency for people to always revert back to proven methods of treatment. Herbalism included the concoction of herbs that could be combined with various elements in order to treat sicknesses that were untreatable at the time. Therefore, this paper will serve to highlight the herbal medicines that are complementary in the use and treatment of mood disorders in todayÃ¢â¬â¢s society. There are a lot of herbs that can be used for medicinal and complementary therapeutic services, however only a few will be mentioned and highlighted in this paper. Herbalism is preferentially used as a complementary method and used in conjunction with proven techniques that work, such as medication and behavior therapy. Recently there has been an influx of people who have decided to return to the roots of natural healing for the maintenance and treatment of diseases. A survey conducted in 1998 saw that Ã¢â¬Å"32% of the men and women surveyed, reported some use of an alternative therapy to treat a condition for which they were currently see a physicianÃ¢â¬ Show MoreRelatedConventional Medicine vs. Alternative Medicine Essay1599 Words Ã |Ã 7 Pagesdictionary states that conventional medicine is offered by hospitals and practiced by those who have a medical doctor degree; it is also called western medicine. 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Thursday, December 19, 2019
part 5 Special Issues ISSUES FOR THE FUTURE The accused has these common law, constitutional, statutory, and humanitarian rights that may be threatened by technological advances and other developments: Ã © Ã © Ã © Ã © chapter 15 Juvenile Justice chapter 16 Drugs and Crime chapter 17 Terrorism and Multinational Criminal Justice chapter 18 The Future of Criminal Justice These individual rights must be effectively balanced against these present and emerging community concerns: Widespread drug abuse among youth The threat of juvenile crime Urban gang violence High-technology, computer, and Internet crime (cybercrime) Terrorism and narcoterrorism Occupational and whitecollar crime Ã © Ã © A right to privacy A right to be assumed innocent A rightÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦We fight for their innocence and their dreams. It is a fight for our future. Ã¢â¬âFormer U.S. Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales Our societyÃ¢â¬â¢s fearful of our kids. I think we donÃ¢â¬â¢t know how to set limits on them. They begin to behave in severely outrageous ways, and nobody stops them. Ã¢â¬âDavid York, cofounder of Toughlove International1 INTRODUCTION A few years ago, 13-year-old Tavaris Knight was convicted by a criminal court jury in Tampa, Florida, of kidnapping and raping a 43-year-old woman. Prosecutors proved that Knight, who was 12 at the time of the offense, had used a silver toy gun to force the woman away from her four young children at a playground and into the surrounding woods. Knight raped the woman twice and beat her with the gun, which he left behind.2 KnightÃ¢â¬â¢s case had been transferred to adult criminal court because of the serious nature of his crimes. In closing arguments, prosecutor Michael Sinacore pointed to Knight, saying, Ã¢â¬Å"That young man is not a child. 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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Modern Music Classical and Modern music have many differences as well as similarities_ In this paper, I compare classical and modern-day music through a means of artists, performances, and specific pieces. Although modern and classical music have different meanings, for example classical music back in the early 19th century was only played for the rich and royal and took some composers multiple months to compose, while modern music can be created in just hours with electronic sounds instead of musical instruments and listened to by anyone, compositions of each can hare similar beats, rhythms, and melodies that connect them to each other. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, In Salisbury, Austria.He was born to an overbearing and ambitious father, Leopold, who was more than anxious to exploit his sons amazing musical gifts. Mozart began composing at an early age, and he began touring around the same time. Throughout his life, Mozart made many enemies, many his own fault, through his naive arrogance and harsh critique of his musical colleagues. He worked anxiously, composing symphonies and operas, as well as touring constantly. Mozart died of overwork and kidney failure on the 5th of December 1791 while still ironically at work on the Requiem Mass for an unknown client. Though he lived for a relatively short time, Mozart prolific musical career, In which he composed hundreds of musical works, gained him a place among the all time greatest composers. Henry Festivities was born in 1820 in Verviers, Belgium, a fertile ground for violinists. He had his first lessons from his father, a weaver and amateur violin-maker and player. Festivities made his first public appearance as a violist at the age of six, playing a concerto by Rode. In 1836, Festivities wrote his first violin concerto, the concerto No. 2 In F sharp minor, published as Opus 19.In 1843 and 1844 he toured America and during that time, he wrote his Concerto No. 3, Opus 25, a work now as a great poem rather than a concerto, Influenced by Beethovens Violin Concerto. In his later years, Plumpness devoted much of his time to teaching, but suffered a stroke In 1871, making virtuoso playing impossible. Afterwards, in 1877 he resumed teaching and conducting in Paris. Illness led finally to his resignation in 1879, but he continued to compose, employing his Concerto No. 6 In G Major, Opus 47, and soon thereafter Concerto No. 7 In A minor. Opus 49. He died In 1881 and was burled In his hometown of Verviers. I was able to get aloud of a recorded version of Mostly Mozart Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. This musical performance included three works from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 32 In G, K. 318, Piano Concerto in D minor, K. 466 and Symphony No. 35 In D, K. 385 (Huffier) and one from Henry Festivities Violin Concerto No. 5. Emmanuel Ukraine conducted the performance, with featured soloists Joshua Bell (Festivities violin concerto) and Stewart Goodyear (Mozart piano concerto). A full orchestra performed the symphonies.Overall, the Mostly Mozart Festival was a tremendously enjoyable experience to watch. The qualities that define the works of Mozart are often the same as those that are used to describe those of the classical period of music, from his smooth melodies and flowing rhythm, to his 1 OFF the most defining principles of the style of Mozart is the connection to nature and , and the seeming oneness and harmony that can be achieved simply by listening while the melodies take you too higher plane of thought. The most enjoyable piece from the performance was Allegro, from Mozart Concerto in Dim. It is unbelievable the way he crafted and rhythmically shaped this piece. One of the most outstanding elements of this piece is the harmony created between the piano and the strings as they accompany each other with seeming perfection. The resulting experience is exciting to say the least. Accentuating the piece even more was the performance by the virtuoso pianist, Stewart Goodyear. Although still in his early twenties, this musical genius has already far surpassed many of his interpolates and his solos are breathtaking, as he routinely improvises and takes even the most perfect piece to new heights.In addition to Mozart, the performance also included a Violin concerto by Henry Festivities, a romantic era violin virtuoso, with Joshua Bell performing on the violin. Festivities uses many of the attributes of the romantic era, such as an incredible freedom of movement and rubout time, which leaves much up to interpretation by the performer. Perhaps the most exhilarating part of this piece was the solo performance of the violin, as the incredible speed along with dramatic dynamic mess to flow in such a way that would not seem possible.It would be logical to assume that the other people who watched this performance shared this opinion, as response was very powerful, and lasted for some time. In the more modern era, Claude-Michel Schoenberg was born in Paris in 1944 of Hungarian parents; he began his career as a singer, writer and producer of popular songs. He wrote the musical score of La Revolution Praises in 1973, Less Misrabbles in 1980 and Miss Saigon minion. Since then he has also supervised overseas productions of Less Misrabbles ND Miss Saigon and co-produced several international cast albums of his shows.He is currently working on a new production of his last musical Martin Gruyere. He lives in Paris with his wife and two children. Herbert Krimmer was born in South Africa, where he began his Journalistic career writing the commentary for a weekly movie newsreel. In 1960 he Joined the staff of the Daily Express and later became its chief drama critic, a post he held for 18 years, covering about 3000 first nights. From 1979 to 1987 he wrote television criticism for the Daily Mail, winning two national press awards.Krimmer wrote the book and lyrics of the West End musical Our Man Creighton, which starred Kenneth More and Emollient Martin, and the lyrics for The four Musketeers. For his Less Misrabbles lyrics he received Tony and Grammar awards. In 1996 he was elected an Honorary Doctor of Letters at Richmond College. I was lucky enough to see the Broadway performance of Less Misrabbles in New York a couple years back. Misrabbles, Imperial Theater, Broadway, perhaps the most popular and best loved musical on Broadway, Less Misrabbles contains some of the most defining elements of the modern musical.The composer is able to convey many moods, from Joyous to sad, as well as provide a perfect platform for the lyrics, which comprise almost all of the spoken language of the musical. The moods are perhaps the most noticeable element of the musical, for example, the feeling end of the scale, there is the hostile emptiness felt in On My Own, a song about unknown and one-sided love. There is also a very noticeable flow to the entire performance, one that seems to be moving along and carrying the story. It is very instinctual and subconscious at the same time, providing for a very pleasant experience altogether.Working hand in hand with the instrumental aspect, the lyrics of Less Misrabbles lend themselves wholly to the mood of the pieces. From Can You Hear the People Sing, a march drumming up support for th e upcoming revolution, to A Little Fall of Rain, in which a dying Opinion professes her hidden love, the lyrics portray perfectly the mood and complement the music wholly. The success of these portrayals is reflected by the response of the audience, which was energetic and highly appreciative. When comparing the two performances, it is important to notice the influence that one may have had on another.For example, the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had a terrific impact on the musical world, and later, practically every musician is influenced in some way by his input. Therefore, it would be logical to assume that Schoenberg was influenced by the works of Mozart. Though they vary in elements such as instruments as well as words, many have much in common, such as structure, which follows a basic formula of repeating melodies and reprisals. They also share much in the sense of flow, tones, and dynamics. The effect of both performances on me as a listener was a good one. Not only have both exposed me to arioso sides of the musical world, they have also increased my knowledge and understanding of music, as well as its roots and the relationships between different genres. The final facts are not only relevant because I thoroughly enjoyed both performances, but also because I was experiencing a diversity of styles and compositions. Through exposure to different forms of musical interpretation, it is possible to understand better how music evolves and how it becomes part of our culture and shapes the way we live, as well as how it is used as a form of communication, and helps us better understand ourselves.
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Maybe you even told some of your friends that you were going to do it, and they didnt believe you, thinking it were a joke. You may have told your friends about your plans, but apparently your parents had no clue as to why you would choose to take your life, but this is the case with most teenage suicides. Suicide is the process of purposely ending ones own life. The way societies view suicide varies widely according to culture and religion. For example, many Western cultures, as well as mainstream Judaism, Islam, and Christianity tend to view killing oneself as quite negative. One myth about suicide that may be the result of this view is considering suicide to always be the result of a mental illness. Some societies also treat a suicide attempt as if it were a crime. . However, suicides are sometimes seen as understandable or even honourable in certain circumstances, such as in protest to persecution (for example, in the tragedy of Julius Caesar Cassius killed himself to make him honourable. We will write a custom essay sample on Is Suicide Ever the Right Thing to Do? or any similar topic specifically for you Do Not WasteYour Time HIRE WRITER Only 13.90 / page ) Nearly 1 million people worldwide commit suicide each year, with anywhere from 10 million to 20 million suicide attempts annually. Suicide is the third leading cause of death for people 10-24 years of age. Teen suicide statistics for youths 15-19 years of age indicate that from 1950-1990, the frequency of suicides increased by 300% and from 1990-2003, that rate decreased by 35%. However, from 2000-2006, the rate of suicide has gradually increased, both in the 10-24 years and the 25-64 years old age groups. While the rate of murder-suicide remains low at 0. 0001%, the devastation it creates makes it a concerning public-health issue. Although the reasons why people commit suicide are multifaceted and complex, life circumstances that may immediately precede someone committing suicide include the time period of at least a week after discharge from a psychiatric hospital or a sudden change in how the person appears to feel (for example, much worse or much better). Examples of possible triggers (precipitants) for suicide are real or imagined losses, like the breakup of a romantic relationship, moving, loss (especially if by suicide) of a friend, loss of freedom, or loss of other privileges. Firearms are by far the most common methods by which people take their life, accounting for nearly 60% of suicide deaths per year. Older people are more likely to kill themselves using a firearm compared to younger people. Another suicide method used by some individuals is by threatening police officers, sometimes even with an unloaded gun or a fake weapon. That is commonly referred to as suicide by cop. Although firearms are the most common way people complete suicide, trying to overdose on medication is the most common means by which people attempt to kill themselves. According to my religion (Buddhism) suicide is not the actual answer for the whatever problem you have. Buddhism recognizes the free will, which has the ability to change and undo whatever negative actions done in the past. Even the worst criminal can change to become a pious individual. This is a fundamental teaching of Buddhism. Hence there is no fatalistic attitude, or divine ordination, for life and living. Committing suicide is an unwholesome act rooted in greed/hatred and ignorance not knowing the karmic law is a great disadvantage. The Lord Buddha said we ourselves are responsible for our own happiness and misery. We create our own hell and heaven. This bears out that each person is responsible for his own actions good or bad which yield karmic results. Sometimes when a teen enters a state of deep depression, they see suicide as a way out. They make a final solution to a temporary problem. Well, suicide is not the way to solve a bad situation in your life. Someone will always be there for you. Not only do you suffer when you commit suicide; it also affects your family, friends, and all the people around you. There are many reasons people commit suicide, depression, bad grades, pregnancy, not being able to be with the one you love, the list goes on. Especially with the recent events in Columbine High School with the suicide murder massacre, we see that this has to come to a stop. We need to work together to try to prevent suicide from happening. When a situation gets bad, do not see suicide as a way out. Wait it out, and eventually things will get better.