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  • Responsibility Of The Individual
    370 words
    Whenever truth and legitimacy are tossed aside and reciprocated with partisan persecution, it is the duty of any citizen who can preclude such a predicament to fulfill their natural obligation to their compatriot. In The Crucible, a witch-hunt is literally transpiring. John Proctor and eventually Reverend Hale are two key individuals who condemned the injustice that men like Danforth proliferated. Reckless accusations proclaimed by young girls are accepted as truth, in a town controlled by anxie...
  • Whole Idea Of Communism
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    Communism in Relation to the Invisible Man Communism is a social system characterized by the absence of classes and by ownership of the means of production and subsistence, political, economic, and social doctrine aiming at the establishment of such a society. Communism is an attempt to control or limit society by making everybody equal, no person is more important than the whole, and every person has a designated role in society. American communism is basically the same concept. The American Co...
  • Underlying Principle Of Emotions
    421 words
    Pervading us with an array of highs and lows, ranging from anger and sadness, to love, joy, and contentment, emotions vividly affect our daily lives. So, unequivocally it could be asked, "Why do emotions exist?" It is possible that the sole, underlying principle of emotions is to create a reaction in people and things in our environment; or perhaps they exist to be our governing channel of communication; or maybe they precisely exist to regulate individual self-confidence and disparage. The theo...
  • Equal Violence
    598 words
    Many different people have their own beliefs of the understanding of human nature. After reading Dr. Sigmund Freud's letter to Professor Einstein, Why War, the interpretation of the aspects that make us human become relevant. Freud distinguishes the relation between Right and Might, and he uses the word "violence" instead of might. Right and violence have developed out of one another. Conflicts beaten man are usually solved with violence, and it was the more dominant or superior man which always...
  • Individuals With Aphasia
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    Aphasia is a language disorder that results from damage to portions of the brain that are responsible for language. For most people, these are parts of the left side (hemisphere) of the brain. Aphasia usually occurs suddenly, often as the result of a stroke or head injury, but it may also develop slowly, as in the case of a brain tumor. The disorder impairs the expression and understanding of language as well as reading and writing. "Aphasia may co-occur with speech disorders such as dysarthria ...
  • Individual And Community Ideals
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    "One of the things Orwell bequeathed us was the adjective 'Orwellian'... It is a frightening word, generally applied to a society organized to crush and dehumanize the individual, sometimes signifying the alienation of that individual if he dares to rebel" (Lewis 13). George Orwell, the pseudonym for Eric Arthur Blair, depicted the importance of the individual in society and the danger of too much community in his literature. Through his personal experiences, however, he explored the ideas of so...
  • Communicative Apprehensive Individual Prospects Of Employment
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    To function effectively in today's society people must communicate with one another. Yet for some individuals communication experiences are so unrewarding that they either consciously or unconsciously avoid situations where communication is required. (McCroskey & Richmond, 1979) The term 'communication apprehension' was coined by James McCroskey (1976 a) and is defined as "an individual's level of fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated communication with another person or per...
  • One Example Of Many In Our Society
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    Focault Panopticism " Our society is not one of spectacle, but of surveillance; under the surface of images, one invests bodies in depth; behind the great abstraction of exchange, there continues the meticulous concrete training of useful forces; the circuits of communication are the supports of an accumulation and a centralization of knowledge; the play of signs defines the anchorages of power; it is not that the beautiful totality of the individual is amputated, repressed, altered by our socia...
  • Six Types Of Specific Religious Communities
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    Religion In Our Lives Religion seems to find its way into almost every aspect of our lives. In the United States, the political mainstream describes a 'separation of church and state,' in order to separate this profound force of religion from the public lives of its citizens. Thus, the freedom to worship any religion remains a private and personal issue. However, in this imperfect world, it becomes virtually impossible to achieve this kind of separation. Some subtle examples of this can be seen ...
  • Police In The Jane And Finch Community
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    Many individuals would define leisure as time free from paid work, domestic responsibilities, and just about anything that one would not do as part of their daily routine. Time for leisure and time for work are both two separate spheres. The activities which people choose to do on their spare time benefit their own personal interests as well as their satisfactions. While some people may enjoy one activity, others pay not. Leisure is all about personal interests and what people constitute having ...
  • Intrapersonal Communication
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    The term intra personal communication is used to describe communication with ones self. Intrapersonal communication is the group of various processing activities within the brain that allow for self communication. Some of activities are identified as inner speech, internal contexts of communication, or simply ones communication with self. Intrapersonal or internal language and communication is the ability to refer to oneself as the object of communication in a sole context. We experience intra p...
  • Freedoms Of Individuals And Communities
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    Mao vs. Deng China's transition from the leadership under the iron fist of Mao Zedong to the more liberal Deng Xiao Ping gave the People's Republic a gradual increase in economic freedom while maintaining political stability. During Mao's regime, the country focused on bolstering and serving the community, while subsequently encumbering individual growth and prosperity. Deng advocated a more capitalist economic ideology, which established China as an economic force in the global community while ...
  • Author's Point Of Individualism And Democratic Community
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    "God helps them that help themselves" (Poor Richards Almanack, 722), a phrase commonly quoted from "Poor Richard's Almanacs", illustrates the types of selfishness often seen during Benjamin Franklin's time. Or does it Is wanting and striving for a better self so bad Would the reader of such phrase think to himself "Wow, the author is really self-absorbed" or "The author must be a hard worker who values self improvement" Either way, the real question is why doesn't it say. ".. those that help oth...
  • Black Veil And The Community
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    In today's society, American literature illustrates the way a society or a community can affect an individual. It shows the ways of what a society can do to others, whether it is positive or negative. They may have different beliefs than an individual and they think that everyone in the society should think and believe the same things. In comparing early Americans to Americans today, I think these influences are the same, but in another way they are different. Today, people are more aware of all...
  • Communication Model
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    The communication model I have chosen to develop is based on the communication between individuals who are building or already have established a strong level of communication. My model will be a reflection of friendships, intimate relationships, teacher / student relationships and also manager / employee relationships. In the model below the sender (Person A) has an intended meaning to express to the receiver (Person B). The message may not be conscious knowledge; it may be a sub-conscious wish...
  • Shared Framework Of Core Beliefs And Values
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    The concept of community concerns a particularly constituted set of social relationships based on something, which the participants have in common- usually a common sense of identity. The political and social theory of "communitarianism" was appropriated by a small group of mainly American social scientists, linked by a common hostility to the philosophies of liberalism and libertarianism. Liberalism is usually seen as the dominant ideology of Western democracies, with its' roots in Enlightenmen...
  • Film On Autism
    394 words
    The film on autism spoke about the causes, incidences, risk factors, and treatments for this condition. One of the treatments the film really focused on was facilitated communication. This therapy seemed to be frequently adapted for individuals suffering with autism. Though the cause of autism is unknown, it may include psychological, physiological, and sociological factors. The autistic child is unresponsive to other people, communicates poorly, and may seem to be repulsed by physical contact. ...

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