Friday, May 31, 2019
The Brilliant and Evil Hitler   Hitler was both brilliant and evil. He won the following of nearly all German people, and brought a desperate country out of poverty and post-war dissolution. It was not by virtue that Hitler accomplished these things. Instead, it was through evil curriculumning, mass rallies, emotional appeal to a vulnerable population, stirring military displays, and the eventual extermination of millions of innocent people Jews (anyone with one or more Jewish grandparent), Communists, Negroes, the mentally ill, and anyone else in his way. He called his plan to rid the world of inferior human beings the Final Solution. Hitler had a brilliant mind. He brought Germany out of post-war slump and create jobs, comradere, and a better economy, yet he was very evil. He used his power, coersion, and manipulation to convince Germans to committ unthinkable atrocites against millions of innocent people.   The signing of the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919, marked the end of WW1 and the beginning of severe depression in Germany. The treaty mandated disarmament, heavy reparations, a loss of 15% of German territory, which in turn took 7 million of her citizens, 75% of its iron-ore, its entire Navy, and all merchant men (Siegel 3). The effects of the treaty were devastating, causing severe unemployment (nearly 6 million in Germany) and devaluation of the German mark. Millions lost their life savings and became destitute. Other requirements included the conceding of goods in vast quantities and the requirement to sign over future commercial opportunities (Seigel 3). Germanys economy was devastated and Hitler was waiting, hovering in the darkness, to take full advantage of thi... ...and, and Germany. In his effort to mix in all German-speaking people and eliminate non-Aryan races, Hitler was responsible for more than 12 million deaths. Using coercion, manipulation, and threats he convinced the German people if they di d not conform to with his demands, they would be added to staggering list of the dead. This threat, fed by the desire for an improved life is what led the German people into Hitlers hands.   Works Cited   Chambers, Mortimer., er al. The Western Experience. parvenu York Mcgraw Hill, 1995. Perry, Marvin., er al. Sources of the Western Tradition. Ed. George W. Bock Houghton Mifflin Company, 1995. Siegel, Scott J., On-line article, In Defense of the German Civilian Population on Charges of Willing Accomplices to Crimes Against Humanity During WW II. Location http//members.tripod.com/ssscott/defense.html.
Posted by g at 8:20 AM
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Macbeth Show how Macbeth and Lady Macbeth halt to go against their own natures in enounce to kill Dun backside. Each character in Macbeth has to both fight or give in to the evil. Because evil is contrary to pitying nature, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth have to go against their own conscience in order to shoot Duncan. When the witches predict that Macbeth give bring about Thane of Cawdor and later, King of Scotland, he is stunned to silence by their prophecies. When murder enters Macbeths mind he is frightened by his thoughts. He tries to bend his impulse, declaring that he will leave everything to chance ?If chance will have me King, why, chance may crown me Without my stir.? Very soon he begins to confess a &8216suggestion?of &8216horrible imaginings? Soon after, he admits to possessing &8216black and deep desires?but he is afraid to speak about them openly, even to himself. Later on he indites a letter to Lady Macbeth containing conjecture about the prophecies of the three wit ches. She immediately wants to take fate into her own hands. She begs the evil spirits to tear all human feelings from her, for she knows that she will have to urge her husband, Macbeth, to become King by murdering Duncan. She will have to give up all the gentle, tender qualities of a woman, so that she can become a sexless, pitiless demon. She has to make her husband ignore his own conscience. She declares ?Thou wouldst be great, Art not without ambition, but without The illness should attend it.? By &8216illness?she means &8216evil? Macbeth seizes evil, as one might catch a disease. When Macbeth has the opportunity to think about his wife&8217s suggestions and about his desires to become King, he becomes aware of the duty that he owes to Duncan, his loyal King. Following a great battle with himself, Macbeth decides not to go through with the murder. He states to Lady Macbeth ?We will proceed no further in this business.? Macbeth is not prepared for all her wrath and abuse. She cal ls him a coward. When in reality it is not cowardice that restrains Macbeth, it is his conscience. She also insults his masculinity, and declares that she would have murdered her child while it was feeding at her breast, rather than break such a promise as Macbeth had done. Persuaded by her conviction, he yields to her, and in order to prove himself a man in her eyes, goes against his own nature and agrees to the murder of King Duncan.
Posted by g at 7:57 AM
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
The Witch of Blackbird Pondoutfit Tyler, the main character of Elizabeth George Spears book, The Witch of Blackbird Pond, must leave her carefree life in tropical Barbados, and go and live in Connecticut. She learns that playing is what is to life, but hard work. She learns that if people do not admit you, that they pre judge you. She also learns that if you dont live up to the Puritan life style, that they will look down at you. Kit must learn to cope, and learn from completely these changes in her life.First of all her grandfather dies, which leaves her as an orphan. She byes a ticket to Connecticut, where the last of her relatives live. When she arrives she is hit with a new way of life. In Barbados, slaves did the work, so Kit neer worked before. She comes dressed in a Silk dress, which at that time was unacceptable in Connecticut. When she arrives at her relatives house, she is amazed how small in was compared to the house she lived in on Barbados.Secondly, she goes to chur ch. In Barbados her grandfather never stressed church as being important, so this was a new experience. When they started to sit down, the family separated into two groups, the men would go to the left, while the women sat to the right of the aisles. Then the Priest would talk about that Sundays lesson. Then they went home, and had Sundays dinner. Then her uncle would read out of the Bible. Then they would go to bed.Thirdly, the people never like people that never followed the rules. One day when Kit was working in the field, see was told a story of an old Quaker woman that lived by Blackbird Pond. A Quaker was people that didnt come to Sunday services like the Puritans stated, and wouldnt follow the Puritans way of life. They said that this old Quaker was a witch, and had browse spells on the city. Kit didnt believe the stories, and one time after she finished her work, went to visit the old woman. When see arrived, she saw a poor old women in a tiny little house, and then Kit sta rted to help her. When the children of the town got sick, the town people went to get to old women, and make her stand trial for purportedly casting a spell.
Posted by g at 8:11 AM
The Family Reunion   T.S. Elliotts The Family Reunion is a play about the redeem to d headspringing house, and the looking back at ghosts of the past.   The play starts with chivvy redressing to his boyhood home for his mothers birthday.  The plot centers around bothers tax return, the mystery surrounding his wifes death, and his familys desire to have Harry determine over the role as head of the household.  Its an anticipated return, one that they alone have been wait for.  There are concurrent plots threading through the work, such as the mystery involving his own fathers death and dis step to the foreance, Harrys schizophrenia and Marys return to the family as well as her inability to leave.        In Scene II of The Family Reunion, Mary and Harry meet in the drawing room, waiting for the family dinner (reunion) to begin.  Mary & adenylic acid Harry are second cousins, both growing up in Wishwood.  Harry has returned a fter an absence of eight years, and mysterious death of his wife at sea.  Theres a recurring thread of waiting that runs through the play waiting for Harrys return, waiting for dinner to begin, waiting for Harrys brothers to appear, waiting for the other guests.  In waiting for Harrys return to Wishwood, everything in the house has been kept the way it was when he left.  I had only honourable noticed that this room is quite unvaried The same hangings...the same pictures...even the table, the chairs, the sofa...all in the same positions.  I was looking to see if anything was changed, but if it is so, I cant find it.  The unchanged room symbolizes the Harry of his youth, and the person that Harry is hoping to find when he returns. It in addition symbolizes his familys inability to accept the fact that Harry has moved on. Their longing to salvage liveness the same.   In this scene Mary and Agatha have been waiting for Harry to appear for dinner.  Ag atha exits and Mary alone says, Waiting, waiting, always waiting, I think this house means to keep us waiting.     Harry, returning from Wishwood after eight years discusses his longing to return back to his childhood home.  (The home theme this semester.)  His return to Wishwood is actually his need to exact peace with his past, his loss of his father and the confines of his childhood.   By returning to Wishwood he also is looking to escape his recent past, and his inability to live in the present.The Family Reunion Reunion The Family Reunion   T.S. Elliotts The Family Reunion is a play about the return to home, and the looking back at ghosts of the past.   The play starts with Harry returning to his boyhood home for his mothers birthday.  The plot centers around Harrys return, the mystery surrounding his wifes death, and his familys desire to have Harry take over the role as head of the household.  Its an anticipated return, one tha t they all have been waiting for.  There are concurrent plots threading through the work, such as the mystery involving his own fathers death and disappearance, Harrys schizophrenia and Marys return to the family as well as her inability to leave.        In Scene II of The Family Reunion, Mary and Harry meet in the drawing room, waiting for the family dinner (reunion) to begin.  Mary & Harry are second cousins, both growing up in Wishwood.  Harry has returned after an absence of eight years, and mysterious death of his wife at sea.  Theres a recurring thread of waiting that runs through the play waiting for Harrys return, waiting for dinner to begin, waiting for Harrys brothers to appear, waiting for the other guests.  In waiting for Harrys return to Wishwood, everything in the house has been kept the way it was when he left.  I had only just noticed that this room is quite unchanged The same hangings...the same pictures...even the tab le, the chairs, the sofa...all in the same positions.  I was looking to see if anything was changed, but if it is so, I cant find it.  The unchanged room symbolizes the Harry of his youth, and the person that Harry is hoping to find when he returns. It also symbolizes his familys inability to accept the fact that Harry has moved on. Their longing to keep life the same.   In this scene Mary and Agatha have been waiting for Harry to appear for dinner.  Agatha exits and Mary alone says, Waiting, waiting, always waiting, I think this house means to keep us waiting.     Harry, returning from Wishwood after eight years discusses his longing to return back to his childhood home.  (The home theme this semester.)  His return to Wishwood is actually his need to make peace with his past, his loss of his father and the confines of his childhood.   By returning to Wishwood he also is looking to escape his recent past, and his inability to live in the present.
Posted by g at 7:49 AM
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
The thaw of the Earths atmosphere is one of the most important environmental issues in the world today. The volatile climate and changes of incite in the atmosphere are connected with an increase of large amounts of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It is often talked about that the primary reason why the ball-shaped warming situation is increasing is due to the increase of the amount of greenhouse gases present in the Earths atmosphere, primarily the amount of blow dioxide emissions. The increased carbon dioxide amount in the atmosphere that causes globular warming is a cause of concern for many people because of its potential dangerous effects to the Earth and the environment. However, thither are opposing arguments against this claim, and they refute that it is not accurate to mainly attribute the problem of worldwide warming to the increasing carbon dioxide emission caused by the activities of humans. sense of hearing My audience will be the ones opposing the claim that c arbon dioxide emissions cause global warming. The ones opposing this claim believes that global warming is natural and the greenhouse gases do not cause global warming. That is true to some extent however, if we did not build all of the industrial plants later the Industrial Revolution, which produces all of the carbon dioxide emissions global warming would not be as bad. To many scientists global warming refers to the observation that the Earth is warming, without any index number of what might be causing the warming of the atmosphere. This definition indicates that global warming can be due to various factors, and one of these reasons includes the greenhouse effect. The greenhouse effect, meanwhile, is a warming near the surface of the Earth that results whe... ...make our planet the only planet known to be habitable. I was able to use this book to better rectify my readers knowledge of global warming and the effects of global warming.What is Global Warming? - National Wildlif e Federation. Home - National Wildlife Federation. National Wildlife Federation, n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2011. . This clause defines global warming and talks about how it is happening now. The article also goes in depth of how global warming is caused by humans and the effects that global warming are causing. Another thing the article talks about is what we can do to solve the problem of global warming.This article helped me by explaining the reasons of global warming and also by telling me ways that the global warming issue can be fixed. Another reason the article helped was by explaining the antithetic causes of global warming.
Posted by g at 6:40 AM
The warming of the humankinds atmosphere is one of the most important environmental issues in the world today. The volatilizable climate and changes of heat in the atmosphere are connected with an increase of large amounts of nursery gases in the atmosphere. It is often talked about that the primary reason wherefore the global warming situation is increasing is due to the increase of the amount of greenhouse gases present in the Earths atmosphere, primarily the amount of deoxycytidine monophosphate dioxide expellings. The increased carbon dioxide amount in the atmosphere that causes global warming is a cause of concern for many people because of its potential dangerous effects to the Earth and the environment. However, there are opponent arguments against this claim, and they refute that it is not accurate to mainly attribute the problem of global warming to the increasing carbon dioxide emission caused by the activities of military man. Audience My audience will be the ones op posing the claim that carbon dioxide emissions cause global warming. The ones opposing this claim believes that global warming is natural and the greenhouse gases do not cause global warming. That is true to some extent however, if we did not build all of the industrial plants after the Industrial Revolution, which produces all of the carbon dioxide emissions global warming would not be as bad. To many scientists global warming refers to the observation that the Earth is warming, without any indication of what might be causing the warming of the atmosphere. This definition indicates that global warming can be due to various factors, and one of these reasons includes the greenhouse effect. The greenhouse effect, meanwhile, is a warming near the surface of the Earth that results whe... ...make our planet the only planet known to be habitable. I was able to use this guard to better improve my readers knowledge of global warming and the effects of global warming.What is Global Warmin g? - study Wildlife Federation. Home - National Wildlife Federation. National Wildlife Federation, n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2011. . This word defines global warming and talks about how it is happening now. The clause also goes in depth of how global warming is caused by humans and the effects that global warming are causing. Another thing the article talks about is what we can do to solve the problem of global warming.This article helped me by explaining the reasons of global warming and also by telling me ways that the global warming issue can be fixed. Another reason the article helped was by explaining the different causes of global warming.
Posted by g at 6:10 AM
Monday, May 27, 2019
Some people think letting a booster rocket arrive a mistake is better than taking action that risks destroying a friendship. However, I prefer to let my friend know his or her mistake when I know it . This is because I can direct my friend to proper way and lead both of us to keep a stable relationship. First of all, I want my friend to know proper behavior because I truly care approximately my friend. If I see my friend make a mistake, I exit make my friend know about his or her attitude.For my personal example, I had an experience about my friend who really likes to borrow others stuffs for her own benefit. I knew our friendship will be broken if I tell her not to do it. However, I told her about my opinion and showed my frankness for my friends future. While I unplowed talking about her bad habit, she eventually understood to the extent that she was selfish. After this, she highly cares other people first over herself. Therefore, I strongly remember that it is better to get i nvolved in case people seetheir friends are about to make a mistake.Second, it helps me feel better to tell my thoughts of my friends behavior because telling the truth is more beneficial for our steady relationship. Even though telling downside of my friend is unpleasant for the time being, our friendship will be stronger and more stable in the future. Using my personal experience as an example, I have the best friend in Korea whom I keep in touch with even though I am in United States now. We met each other in freshman year. He is outgoing and sociable, so he really enjoys meeting a new girl for fun.Since I really worried about my friends unserious relationships with several girls, I advised him about his dating. At first, he was so angry with me at first, but we become best friend now after he realized my truth. Therefore, I swear that telling a friend to correct bad behaviors helps me to make the friendship stronger. To sum up, taking action that risks destroying a friendship i s better for all in the long run. For these reasons, I strongly agree that it is better to get involved to prevent my friends from making mistakes rather than letting them make a mistake.
Posted by g at 5:30 AM
Sunday, May 26, 2019
Politics highlight the role of nation governments, as the large global company, the firm has to deal with study political systems disparately. The difficulties to negotiate with government conditions including tax systems, regulations and restriction which the firm has to adjust the service conditions and product requirements to get into the nation foodstuffs. These go out be the huge bear on which the firm has to be considered properly in order to work well with the governments and reach customer goals.However, The political conflict might have an effect on investment decisions of new entry. For example, according to Dibb and Lyndon, the research say that annually, firms in United States have to hand in tax returns to The Internal Revenue Authority on April 15th as the US government required. The other example is in Thailand. Due to inconsistency of Thai government, there was a political protester occurred in Bangkok public places such as national airport and many other importa nt places which stop and extremely harm the economy. This shows the difference of political perceptual constancy (Thailands Protesters Highlight Rifts, 2009).Economic The fluctuation of national growth rate and fuel price is significant. It can be the greatly impact on the firm. operational cost and labor cost have to be considered. The firm has to avoid both of deflation and inflation of every countries because the difference of economic growth and the external factors which go out affect the firm such as the unpredictable situation which come from the fluctuation of currency exchange. The different currency exchange rate has an influence on the firm in order to predict an economic performance. The term of mickle to comparing import price and export price also have to be considered in order to know the balancing payments which leave behind be the main factor causing the currency exchange rate issue.Social It depends on changes of affectionate trend which affect the national d emand. There are many variations that have to be determined including culture, norms, religion and social environment. GE considered the social issues as angiotensin converting enzyme of the main factors in order to doing investment in that country.For example, considering about demographic statistics in order to make the products which can support the people and get into foodstuff target. In addition, managing people in organization to work in that invested country to perceive the other opinions which will benefit for developing the product or adapting the serve for satisfy the customer needs such as GE healthcare in Japan, they can get into the healthcare market because the firm investigate the market properly and make the right decision to take this advantage by selling high definition of Low-dose scans because Japanese tend to concern about health problems (GE annual report, 2011). However, The failure of investment in developing country is higher than developed country due to quality of life, living cost and social welfare. proficient According to high pace of competition, the innovative technologies are always being released by utilizing more advance technology from competitors. The firm focuses on innovative products. It will be the key to compete with others by using new business models which invented by GE technology. Whereas the development of existing products is tend to be slow nap the businesses performances because the advance technology from competitors. It can see from the table as below.Environmental The company concerned about the environmental issues because the firm have to deal with different environmental factors in different countries. Although there were a degradation of environmental in Asia, the geography is also benefit to open the new industry because the expense is lower than developed countries which have high tax such as the carbon emission tax which causing the firm performance in Australia and affecting the firm investme nt (Meng, Siriwardana & Mcneill, 2011). Thus, the company decided to investment in developing countries instead due to low environmental regulation issues.Legal Free trade agreements signed with Japan, Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Canada, German, Korea and the opening market in Southeast Asia is significant based on US trade agreements (GE News, 2011). Regarding to Opening free trade market, the firm will able to expand the businesses easily. However, the manufacturers are controlled by the laws and agreements of each country.
Posted by g at 4:04 AM
Saturday, May 25, 2019
The matching prescript of accounting dictates that for every revenue generated, a corresponding cost should be attri plainlyed to it. In order to lay the resulting profit properly, these components should be matched against each other.This has been the guiding convention of financial reporting since the practice of accounting became an integral part of the economy to evaluate properly a firm in a somewhat standardized format.Business firms, particularly, those engaged in production, adheres to the standards promulgated by their respective accounting standard-setting bodies. However, as far as infixed users are concerned for purposes of making business strategies, financial accounting is too narrow.As such, the management of a business firm can easily suspend this principle and adopt different methods of deriving cost information, as long as it would fit their specification. This practice has different effects in the evaluation of the firms own performance.Through the years, severa l efforts were exerted to improve revenue and cost matching that provides relevant information for evaluation purposes, and one of these is Activity Accounting. Activity Accounting has two phases activity-based cost ( alphabet) and activity-based management (ABM).Whereas the first phase provides useful insights and feedback in improving competitiveness through effective resource management, the second one emphasizes continuous improvement of processes. ABC is defined as a costing system in which numerous overhead cost pools are allocated using one or several non-volume connect factors as bases.Even though ABC likewise traces direct materials and direct labor the same way as TCA, it traces indirect costs, not on the number of output, but on the activities involved in the production process. As such, ABC is considered a more detailed and useful cost-tracing tool.To illustrate, assume a company producing two decided products, Product A and Product B, has accumulated manufacturing ove rhead cost amounting to $1,000,000.00. Assume further that it would take two direct labor hours (DLH) to produce Product A and five DLH for Product B, and total DLH for the whole period is 5,000.At the end of the period, there were 500 social units of Product A and 1,000 units of Product B. Finally, assume that direct cost per unit for Product A is $250.00 while that of Product B is $350.00.
Posted by g at 2:38 AM
Friday, May 24, 2019
Filipinos ar known to be hospitable in all circumstances, boys or girls, young or old and traffic pattern or disabled are alike. In fact, there is a law enacted only for the adjustment of the disabled people to the Philippines society. The Republic act as No. 7277 Magna Carta for Disabled Persons in accordance to it, it is an act providing for the Rehabilitation, Self-Development and Self-Reliance of disabled persons and their integration into the mainstream of society and for another(prenominal) purposes. According to Section 2 of this Law, disabled persons are part of the Philippines society. This proves that there is no gap between disabled and normal people are equal and unbiased. Balance in terms of education, health services,auxiliary affectionate services,telecommunications,accessibility,political and civil rights and employment. If one of the stated laws is violated, there will be a corresponding penalty depending on how the rule is dishonored. This are the notion of the PWDs in the Philippine society when it comes to civil liberties. On the other hand, various impolite citizens desert PWDs in the society.They criticize them by their physical appearances and their handicapped, I cook seen piecey of those scenes in the movies. Nevertheless,today,there are many organizations that are established which aims to help the PWDs that excels in various sports and arts. Filipinos have strong family ties. Aside from those organizations, the families of the PWDs that excels in various sports and arts. Filipinos have strong family ties. Aside from those organizations, the families of the PWDs are also accommodating in supporting their needs. They are the ones who are responsible for the caring and freehand of love and affection to the PWDs so that they will not feel that they are being neglected. Now a days, there are a forget me drug of PWDs that excels in various sports and arts. This testifies that there are no exceptions in terms of talent identificatio n either normal or disabled. God created man as one, with equal standard of rights. What the normal people squeeze out do, PWDs are also capable of doing them. I have already seen people with disabilities and abnormalities. When I was in elementary, I have encountered talking to those people or students who were having abnormalities because our school was having a Sped class.I observed how they behave,socialize, work and interact with others. Some students, at generation make fun of them and usually laugh at them. And it got me thinking what would it like to be if I were in their shoe? I realized that its not that easy. It needs a lot of pick uping and patience. To educate a special child needs a lot of patience but for me if we just understand what they are and be optimistic they will learn thing what normal students can learn, theres a big possibility that the special pincer will be educated. We should also accept them whole heartedly. Love them and care for them so that they w ill not feel neglected. We should treat them equally with the other normal people. Because special children knows and feel that they are being deserted and that should not happen.I have a classmate in the elementary before who is an autistic child. He was very intelligent in math. And because of that observation, I concluded that special children have special talents and knowledge. I believe that they can do what normal people can do. Special education is the way to educate special children what I have learned and what they should learn, to enhance there hidden talents and skills to excel more in other things to compete with those normal people. It is also the way to train them as good citizens and children of God.And also a way for them to know and learn the values of life so that they will know how to respect each other including the normal ones. Through special education, the parents of special children can also learn and get some ideas on how to educate their child from the sped pedagogs because it doesnt mean the the obligation of the parents is over and all the responsibility is handed to the educator.And through SPED, parents can apply what they have learned from the educator is their homes. because the obligation of the parents is to educate their children until the end. We are in the world of differences, both mentally and physically. But in the eyes of the Almighty God we are one. So the suppuration of special children should be continuously taught with patience, care and love.
Posted by g at 1:13 AM
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Imagine asking divorce and the effects it has upon children. These kids act out as a result of aggression for many reasons, which include guilt, attention from the parents, and the inability to maintain a long-term relationship. They have disembodied spiritlong issues, and do require some mannequin of counseling, whether it is in the school or with social services in their state. According to the article, these youngsters and parents were subjects in a study to help determine how to help them through this renewal in their life, and to help them become high functioning both in the school and home.What was found in the article is quite signifi nett. According to an article in Newsweek, Peg Tyre believed that children, feel strongly and intensely that their parents are polar opposites, even if they dont fight. They feel they must take care of their parents earlier than be taken care of. They feel loss and anger. They also feel their spiritual life is damaged because Gods image as a parent is painful for them (2005). Dykeman agreed by saying that divorce effects a childs emotional wellspring-being and self-esteem as well can give them anxiety, depression, guilt, and at magazines aggression (2003).However, Heubusch says in regards to Stewarts study, But its particularly damaging for children under age 9, and for children who are drawn today into the hostility. There is a very(prenominal) direct relationship between childrens psychological well-being and that of their parents. When separation and divorce enhance parents well-being in very straightforward and direct ship canal, its reasonable to expect that children will benefit from the improvement (1998). In regards to the research finding presented in the article, they are worth noting as well. Here is what they found.One, pre-referral disturbance reduces the quantity of students put into a special education class for aggressiveness. Two, the school counselor plays a vital role in help these students and families with coping in regards to divorce. Three, conflict theory is important in handling out aggression in children, who are going through divorce because it can help with problem solving skills, few incidents of hostility, and home behavior effects school behavior (Dykeman, 2003). However during the study, the researchers found that the child had more reasoning during that time period, according to t(14) = 4. 294, p . 01 (Dykeman, 2003).Another is that the child learned is that a decrease in verbal aggression as seen with t(14) = 3. 623, p . 01 (Dykeman, 2003). The researcher did experience limitations and assumptions with the study as it relates to statistics. Some limitations include that the researchers were not able to follow up as frequently after six months, such as a monthly basis. However, a decrease was found amongst the six month treatment to follow up in regards to verbal aggression by 3. 87, whereas prior it was 4. 87 quantify (Dykeman, 2003). Another significant finding is that prior to treatment, the child used physical aggression 1.73 times, but afterwards, during the follow up, it was 1. 33 times. Another, is that teachers and researchers are subjective in their viewpoint, which can show up in a study as well. All students were required to partipate in their first semester of the school year. Many of them end intervention within two months, but by the end of the school time had much improvement, which was seen by a 5. 40, and indicates improvement by p . 05 (Dykeman, 2003). The researchers, then assumed, that an increase use of reasoning and reduced use of verbal aggression corresponded to improved behaviors in the classroom (Dykeman, 2003).Another investigator also agrees with this issue by saying, nearly felt that they should have been consulted about visitation and dual residence decisions during the divorce (Siatis, 1997). This study showed that making assumptions about what has happened in a childs life are at times beneficial be cause it helps them study in more depth ways to help them through their ordeal. The individuals can become subjective, but in their study, it showed a lot of objectivity, and what Dykeman did actually worked both for the children and school setting by teaching them the necessary skills possible to cope with their divorce situation in the home.Last, no evidence is shown of the parents involvement with their children because they too would have impacted the study on how they have coped, whether it was positive or negative. All the reader finds out is about in the first place the researchers and the teachers. This too can hinder the results of a study by not including everyone that had a part in the family, who was going through the divorce. Children learn best when taught ways to cope with divorce. The Dyekman study proves that it can occur, especially with pre-treatment and follow up.These individuals were taught ways to reason, which was probably changing their negative thinking to positive at the time too. The students teachers were also relate by giving observations in the classroom in regards to improvement or not, which also made a difference in how he or she completed their school work, and acted in the home, which is an excellent positive result. This gave the study a third party involved in monitoring the behavior of the kids, which made an optimistic consequent for everyone involved. References Dykeman, B. F. (March 2003).The Effects of Family Conflict Resolution on Childrens Classroom Behavior. Journal of Instructional Psychology . Heubusch, K. (1998, January). Divorced From Reality. Retrieved February 2009, 23, from Gale Siatis, P. C. (1997, Augusst). Divorce Has Lasting Effects on Children, workplace Says. Retrieved February 2009, 23, from Gale Group . Tyre, P. (2005, October 24). Fast Chat The Secret Pain of Divorce. Retrieved February 23, 2009, from Gale http//find. galegroup. com/ips/start. do? prodId=IPS
Posted by g at 12:48 AM
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
A critical exploration of incorporated and unincorporated business structures and an examination of potential consequences to managers and directors for ignoring provisions of the equality act 2010.
IntroductionAn important first step in any lineage decision is deciding the typesetters case of structure of the order. There argon several ancestry structures which may include sole proprietorship, partnership, tidy sums and unincorporated duty structures (Bhushan 2008). The first section of this analysis is going to focalize explicitly on unincorporated business structures loftylighting some of the benefits of establishing an unincorporated entity much(prenominal) as simplicity, low cost and flexibility and the risks of running unincorporated businesses. The newspaper publisher bequeath also discuss the benefits as well as the drawbacks of incorporation. The second section depart explore on the employment law, and the Equality Act 2010 in particular. It forget examine some of the provisions of EA 2010 and discuss the potential consequences for managers and directors where provisions of the EA 2010 atomic number 18 ignored.Defining incorporated and unincorporated organ izationsBefore exploring further, it is important to first qualify incorporated and unincorporated organizations. Incorporation is generally defined as the creation of an organizations good identity, crystallise from its members (Behrenfield et al. 1989). On the other hand, an unincorporated entity refers to a collection of individuals coming together for a specific purpose (Davis & Lawrence 1963). The main distinguishing feature is the lack of a separate legal ainizedity for unincorporated approach patterns. fifty-fifty though unincorporated entities may operate under a common name, they do not have a legal structure (Gansler 2013). Thus, the law does not distinguish between the organization and its members. Unincorporated business entity may take on three main forms a sole proprietor, partnership, or unincorporated crosstie (Oleck & Stewart 2002). To an entrepreneur seeking to start a business, understanding the benefits and the drawbacks of setting up unincorporated busine ss structure as well as the challenges of incorporation is actually important. Familiarity with the benefits and challenges encountered with each approach will help guide enthronization decisions. This will help in developing a better understanding of the various challenges, risks, and the concerns and conflict that the entrepreneur might face with each approach.Benefits and the cost of incorporation versus the advantages and the risks of running unincorporated entities The choice of whether to operate an unincorporated business entity or to incorporate the business is not an easy one. Each approach to business has its own advantages and disadvantages. This requires some form of analysis whereby one weighs the benefits and the costs of incorporation against the advantages and the risks of running unincorporated entities. one and only(a) particular point that is worth noting is that, unlike unincorporated forms, incorporation limits someoneal liability. This particular factor se ts corporation apart from all other forms of businesses. Unlike an unincorporated entity, a corporation is an independent legal entity which is separate from the members controlling, owning or managing it (Williams et al., 2000 Davies & Lawrence, 1963 & Lazier 2009). In other words, incorporation will shield the owners personal assets from business debts and claims.This is not the case with an unincorporated business entity as the sole proprietor or partners are subjected to unlimited personal liability for the firms obligations (Williams et al., 2000 Davies & Lawrence, 1963 & Lazier 2009). That is, the owners or individuals carrying kayoed the activities of the unincorporated entity will be personally liable for the acts and liabilities of the entity. For example, if for some reason, the firm becomes insolvent or runs into debts then all of the firms assets as well as the personal estates of the business owners/partners will be employ in the satisfaction of the business debts.How ever, the business assets will first be applied and any indebtedness due or rather not covered by the business assets will be recovered from the owners/partners personal estates (Carter 2014). This means that the personal assets for each individual running the entity will exposed to the creditors once the business has exhausted its assets and insurance.Another point of divergence lies with the filing of tax. Owners of unincorporated business structures are required by law to pay income taxes on all net profits of the business regardless of the amount taken out by these owners (Lazier 2009 & Oleck & Stewart 2002). On the other hand, a corporation is taxed as a separate entity. It is subjected to special corporate tax rates, separate from an individual shareowners tax. However, if a portion of the corporations after-tax income is distribute to the shareholders in the form of dividends, then a separate tax will be charged dividend received by each shareholder (Laurence 2014). The sepa rate level of taxation can be beneficial in some cases. The corporate owners are not required by law to pay personal income taxes on profits that they do not receive (Williams et al. 2000). And, given that corporations are subjected to a lower tax rate than most individuals for corporate income between $50,000 and $75,000, the owners of the corporation may benefit from a low combined tax bill compared to owners of unincorporated business earning the same profit (Laurence 2014).Perhaps other advantage of incorporating a business lies in its ability to attract investment capital. Unlike most of the unincorporated business forms, incorporation allows the business to sell ownership shares through the companys stock offerings (Gansler 2013). This can be of great benefit especially where the take up for attracting more investment capital arises. This advantage also makes it easy to involve and retain distinguish employees by allowing employees to purchase companys stock through employ ee stock options. This is particularly beneficial to the firm as it helps in positioning employees interests with those of the shareholders (Bickley 2012). However, business that have no intention of going public or issuing stock options may not find this added expense worthy.Yet another benefit that is worth mentioning is that the business will have an unlimited life in the event of death of the owners. Corporations may last for centuries even in the absence seizure of the original owners (Davies & Lawrence 1963). The business will continue to act a separate legal entity which can freely transfer ownership interest from one person to another (Carter 2014). But for unincorporated entities, the business may come to an end in the event of death of the owner.It is clear that there are enormous benefits with incorporating a business compared to running an unincorporated business. However, there are several drawbacks to incorporating a business as well. One particular drawback relates to the high cost involved in incorporation. The corresponding filing fees charged for incorporation and the extra brass instrument costs and the considerable organizational and overhead costs incurred by the corporation can be extremely high (Carter 2014). Besides the high cost involved, the process of incorporation is normally very lengthy due to the huge amount of paperwork which must obey with regulations. Unlike umpteen other business forms, incorporated business forms have many formalities and regulations that they must comply with such as recording shareholder rights, establishing a board of directors, maintaining corporate minutes, corporate records and filings (Davies & Lawrence 1963).On the other hand, unincorporated business forms benefit from simplicity, low cost and the flexibility associated with their structures. It is easy and less dear(p) to set up an incorporated business entity compared to a corporation. Continuing maintenance costs are nominal and there is a gr eater flexibility in terms of conversion of the entity to other forms as the business grows (Bhushan 2008). Also, the length of time and the amount of paperwork involved in setting up an incorporated entity is very minimal compared to incorporating a business.Another consequence of incorporating a business is that it is subject to greater regulation and supervision by government bodies. For example, financial corporations such as banks and religious belief banks, credit unions, investment and holding companies, insurance companies and many others are supervised by the Department of Financial Services (PWC 2008). Supervision include an examination of the licensing and allowance requirements and chartering among many others. Regulations governing incorporations are also highly interwoven. Establishing a bank in the US requires one to conduct discussions with regulative advisors, lawyers and federal and state supervisory officials due to the highly complex banking regulations (PWC 2008).On the other hand, unincorporated entities are not subjected to greater supervision and extensive regulations as corporations. And since they are not governed by any statute, unincorporated business entities have more flexibility with regard to how the entity should be structured. The owners can take all the actions of an individual. However, this lack of regulation could be a problem when a dispute arises since there is no formal statute for addressing it (Lazier 2009).The choice of whether to incorporate or run an unincorporated entity is clearly a complex decision which can only be made with consideration of a number of factors such as the projected business risks/liabilities, the need for attracting addition investment capital, need for regulations among many others. The choice of whether to set to incorporate the business or set up an incorporated business structure will most belike depend on the projected risk and liabilities of the business. For example, if the busines s is going to engage in high risk activities such as trading stocks, then it would be best to incorporate the business in order to provide for personal liability protection. However, where the risk is minimal, it is prudent to consider establishing an unincorporated business entity.Nonetheless, I will advise the couple setting up the retail business to incorporate as the risks of running an unincorporated business may outweigh the risks of incorporating it due to many unforeseen costs arising especially where lawsuits are involved. Plus there are the benefits of attracting additional investment through company stock offerings and issuing of stock options to employees which will also have the effect of aligning employees interests with those of the shareholders. While incorporating may be time consuming and costly due to the high filing fees, the extra administration costs and the considerable organizational and overhead costs incurred by the corporation the benefits are greater in t he long run compared to running an unincorporated business entity.Assessing potential consequences for managers and directors where the provisions of EA 2010 are ignored.An important part of running a business is understanding the various employment legislations which may have significant consequences on managers and directors of the company if ignored. One particular employment legislation of great interest in this analysis is the Equality Act 2010. The Act requires employers to take reasonable stairs to protect their employees from discrimination and harassment in various areas including age, disability, religion, belief, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment and pregnancy or maternity (GOE 2010). For example, part 5 of the Act which covers provisions relating to have-to doe with pay create an implied sex equality clause in employment contracts (GOE 2012). These provisions require employers to ensure equal pay for both the male and female gender where the contractual nat ure of the work is the same (EHC 2011).In general, the act places duty on employers to protect the rights of each employee by ensuring that they are not being discriminated against in the various areas highlighted above. It requires employers to make reasonable adjustments to working arrangements to prevent job applicants or employees from any form of discrimination (Jacobs and Jerald 2007). Ignoring the provisions of the EA 2010 will lead to severe repercussions. Managers and directors that choose to overlook some of these provisions will face severe court penalties.In addition, the legal costs incurred may be extremely high. The legal bill for the employer starts right at the moment when the employee expresses grievance and files a claim of harassment, discrimination or victimization (Muyi-Opaleye 2014). It should be remembered that the cost of hiring employment lawyers is very high and the legal bill can easily run into tens of thousands of dollars. In fact, estimates put the current defense costs of a single claimant lawsuit at $250,000 and a jury verdict of $200,000 (Heathflieid 2014).The settlement costs may fade in the face additional substantiating costs that are often hard to measure out such as the losses resulting from damages to a firms record, the costs resulting from the loss of employee morale and distraction of organizations staff as internal investigations are conducted (Heathfield 2014). There is also the loss resulting from the amount of time spent in defending against the claim.The managers/directors may incur indirect costs such as the loss of reputation which can also affect the firms reputation. Where such cases attracts publicity, the managers and directors may suffer from reputational damage irrespective of whether the claim was fix to be valid or not. It should be remembered that reputation is a matter of perception and that the firms reputation is a function of reputation of key stakeholders including managers and directors o f the company (Shah 2013). A strong positive reputation among the managers and directors of the company will result in a firms strong positive reputation and vice-versa (Burns 2012).If the managers and directors continue to allow for darkness to go unchecked in the workplace, then this can cost them as well in terms of consumer demand. Consumers may contradict by choosing to do business elsewhere. This will have a significant adverse effect on the companys bottom line as sales will significantly decrease thereby decreasing revenue and net returns. Companies cannot afford to lose a share of the market by allowing unfairness to go unchecked in the workplace (Burns 2012).The other indirect additional costs may have severe repercussions on the firm as well. Employee morale may decline to levels that their productivity are significantly affected (Burns 2012). Employees will feel that their grievances are not being addressed by the managers and directors of the company, thereby creating disengaged employees. Eventually, this will have a negative effect on the companys bottom line.It is clear that the risk to the managers and directors for ignoring provisions of the EA 2010 are significant. From the very high costs of defending lawsuits to the hard-to-quantify indirect costs arising from reputational damage, loss of employee morale, and distraction of organizations staff. It is imperative that the employer addresses employees concerns related to their employment contracts in order to avoid lawsuits and ensure a pro-active diversity workforce. If the employer fails to address employee concerns, proves evasive or provides unequivocal answers it may lead to a tribunal drawing inferences which could be enough to establish a major facie case of discrimination (Muyi-Opaleye 2014). Besides the lawsuits that may arise when a case of prima facie case of discrimination is established, the management may be ordered by the employment tribunal to undergo equality and diversity training. The Equality Act 2010 provides the employment tribunal with wider powers to order changes in workplace (GOE 2012).ConclusionThere is no denying that the consequences of overlooking this employment legislation are enormous. The managers and directors may choose to ignore the provisions of EA 2010 at their own peril. The risk of ignoring these provisions is high from costly lawsuits to the hard-to-quantify indirect costs arising from reputational damage, loss of employee morale, and distraction of organizations staff. The managers/directors of the company also run the risk suppressing overall job performance, forcing otherwise qualified and innovative individuals out of the labour force, and losing the lucrative consumer market to competitor firms.ReferenceBehrenfeld, W.H. and A.R. Biebl, 1989. Business Entities. new York American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc.Bhushan, Y.K., 2008. Fundamentals of Business organization and management, New Delhi Sultan Chand and Sons Inc.Bickley, J.M., 2012. Employee stock options tax treatment and tax issues. Congressional Research Service. Available from http//fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/RL31458.pdf viewed on 4th declination 2014Burns, C., 2012. The costly business of discrimination the economic science costs of discrimination and the financial benefits of gay and transgender equality in the workplace. Center for American Progress.Carter, C., 2014. Advantages and disadvantages of incorporating a business. Chron. Available from http//smallbusiness.chron.com/advantages-disadvantages-incorporating-business-364.html viewed on 5th celestial latitude 2014Davies, R.N. and K.H. Lawrence, 1963. Choosing a form of business organization. durham, north carolina small business studies. Durham, North Carolina Duke University School Of Law.Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), 2014. Equality Act 2010 Code of Practice Employment statutory Code of Practice. Available from http//www.equalityhumanrights.com/sites/d efault/files/documents/EqualityAct/employercode.pdf viewed on 5th December 2014Gansler, D.F., 2013. Guide to legal aspects of doing business in Maryland, A joint publication of the office of the attorney General and the Department of Business and Economic Development.Government Equalities Office (GEO), 2010. Equality Act 2010 public sector equality duty what do I need to knowA quick start guide for public sector organizations.Government Equalities Office (GEO), 2012. Equality Act 2010 employer liability for harassment of employees by third parties A reference pointHeathfield, S.M., 2014. Prevent employment discrimination and lawsuits. Available from http//humanresources.about.com/od/discrimination/qt/prevent-employment-discrimination.htm viewed on 5th December 2014Jacobs and Jerald A., 2007. Association Law Handbook. ASAE & the Center for Association Leadership, 4th ed.Laurence, B., 2014. How corporations are taxed learn the benefits and drawbacks of corporate taxation, Availabl e from http//www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/how-corporations-are-taxed-30157.html viewed on 5th December 2014Lazier, K., 2009. Benefits and disadvantages of incorporating an unincorporated association. Association of Corporate Counsel. Available from http//www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=49d3dabe-8f35-4e5e-b971-5c2c93c79b73 viewed on 5th December 2014Muyi-Opaleye, D., 2014. Archive for the Equality Act 2010 category asking and responding to questions of discrimination. Employment Law Blog. Available from http//employmentlawblog.fieldfisher.com/2014/asking-and-responding-to-questions-of-discrimination viewed on 5th December 2014Oleck and Stewart, 2002. Nonprofit Corporations, Organizations & Associations , Prentice-Hall, Cum. Supp.Price Water-house Coopers (PWC), 2008. A regulatory guide for foreign banks in the United States 20072008 edition. Price Water-house CoopersShah, A., 2013. The costs of discrimination. The London School of Economics and Political Science. Availabl e from http//blogs.lse.ac.uk/diversity/2012/03/the-costs-of-discrimination/ viewed on 5th December 2014Williams, C., Barton, D. and Coltrain, D., 2000. Selecting a business structure an informational guide to forming businesses. Kansas State University, Department of Agricultural Economics.
Posted by g at 1:38 AM
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
The clam is a benthic, epifaunal and sesile organism with zygomorphic symmetry. The star is a benthic, epifaunal and sesile organism with pentameral symmetry. The crabby person is a benthic, epifaunal and afloat(p) organism with bilateral symmetry. The sea urchin is a benthic, epifaunal and sessile organism with radial symmetry. The cave d considerablyer crab is a benthic, epifaunal and vagrant organism with bilateral symmetry. The squid is a pelagic and nektonic organism with bilateral symmetry. The barnacles are benthic, epifaunal and sessile organisms.The crayfish is a benthic, epifaunal and vagrant organism with bilateral symmetry. The shrimp is a benthic, epifaunal and vagrant organism with bilateral symmetry. The turtle is a pelagic and nektonic organism with bilateral symmetry. The bryozoan is a benthic, epifaunal and sessile organism with asymmetric symmetry. The ammonite is a benthic, epifaunal and vagrant organism with bilateral symmetry. The horn coral is a benthic, e pifaunal and sessile organism that has radial symmetry. The fish is a pelagic and nektonic organism with bilateral symmetry.The sea urchin is a benthic, epifaunal and sessile organism that has radial symmetry. The shark is a pelagic and nektonic organism with bilateral symmetry. The ammonite is a benthic, epifaunal and sessile organism with radial symmetry. The trilobite is a benthic, infaunal and vagrant organism with bilateral symmetry. No, it would non be successfull on the sea floor and it certainly would not be successfull burrowing or living in the sea floor, although squid do sometimes prey on benthic organisms. The squid uses its tentacles to grab and eat its prey.The squid uses its muscles to core through the water. And has adapted to see better with large eyes. No they would not do so well living on land, they float through the sea so they would not have any pith or mobilization, also, they use long tentacles to sting and catch their prey, this would not be very efficie nt on land. The hermit crab uses the shell to protect itself from prey. Because the animal moves so slowly, it needs the added protection. It could be that the animal could not move fast and would need to curl up in its shell to protect itself from prey.
Posted by g at 2:28 AM
Monday, May 20, 2019
I am exhalation to describe the theme of elflike inflammation Riding Hood, and describe the pieces I found to contri thate to the theme, how those elements continue the narrative theme. The elements that I am going to use in this paper are the narrative halt of clear, plot and symbolism. The load of view of is described in our text as is third- individual objective, which the narrator takes a stranded approach to the divisions and action increasing the dramatic effect of the myth (Clugston, R. W. 2010). Plot tells what happens to the slips in a story. A plot is built around a series of events that take place within a certain(prenominal) period.No rules exist for the order in which the events are presented (Summers, Hollis 2012). The plot of the story is conside blushing(a) to be little departure sit hoods death as she is eaten by the wolf. The point of view, symbolism and plot succor the ref to find the theme the former is portraying in the story. To find the theme of a story you need to acknowledge how to find identify the point of view of the story. As you read the story you luckentiometer see that the narrator is not telling the story in the first-person point of view, the first-person point of view is when atomic number 53 of the characters in the story, telling their own thoughts or feelings.Third-person point of view is when the narrator is not a character in the story. There are a couple different types of third-person point of view, omniscient, and objective. Omniscient point of view is when the narrator is knows or stop relate to the characters, in that location is a second type of omniscient point of view is limited omniscient point of view which is when the narrator relates only unity characters feelings or thoughts. The author of Little Red Riding Hood uses third-person omniscient point of view.In the first paragraph you can see that the narrator is not a character in the story, Once upon a time there lived in a certain vill age a little country girl, the prettiest creature who was ever seen. Her get down was excessively fond of her and her grandmother doted on her still more. This good woman had a little red-faced riding hood made for her. It suited the girl so extremely well that everybody called her Little Red Riding Hood (Clungston, 2010). Plot according to our text is defined as A dynamic element in fiction, a sequence of interrelated, conflicting actions and events that typically build to a climax and bring well-nigh a resolution. Clungston, R. W. 2010 Chapter 5).A unified plot has a beginning, a middle, and an end. That is, an author leads us from somewhere (a character with a problem), through somewhere (the character facing the problem), to somewhere (the character overcoming or being spank by the problem). In literary terms, we speak of a story having an exposition, a rising action, a climax, and a denouement, or outcome. The exposition gives the background and situation of the story. The r ising action builds upon the given material. It creates suspense, or a readers desire to find out what happens next.The climax is the highest point of interest. The denouement ends the story (Summers, Hollis 2012). In Little Red Riding Hood she starts the story off with describing little red riding hood as an extremely attractive woman who is asked by her mother to take some cake and a pot of butter to her sick grandmother. She describes red riding hoods trip to her grandmothers house, where she met a wolf, whom was very hungry, As she was going through the wood, she met with a wolf, who had a very great mind to eat her up, but he dared not, because of some woodcutters working nearby in the forest (Clungston, 2010).The wolf decided to convince red to go one direction to her grandmothers house, Well, said the wolf, and Ill go and see her too. Ill go this way and go you that, and we shall see who will be there first (Clungston, 2010). The plot changes to one of duplicity when the w olf arrives at grandmas house before red riding hood, He pretends to be red and the grandmother has him in. The wolf then kills the grandmother and puts on her bed clothes and waits for red riding hood to arrive.He tricks red riding hood into believing he is her grandmother. The wolf cried out to her, emollient his voice as much as he could, Pull the bobbin, and the latch will go up (Clungston, 2010). After red riding hood came in the wolf gets her to take her clothes off and creeping in bed with him. He sets the trap for her and she gets eaten up by the wolf, All the better to eat you up with. And, saying these words, this wicked wolf fell upon Little Red Riding Hood, and ate her all up. (Clungston, 2010). consort to chapter 7 in our text symbolism a symbol is something that has a literal identity but also stands for something elsesomething that is widely understood and has been developed over a long period of time or by common agreement. This second identity (or referent) is alw ays abstract in nature (Clungston, R. W. 2010). One of the move in the story that I find has symbolism is As she was going through the wood, she met with a wolf, who had a very great mind to eat her up, but he dared not, because of some woodcutters working nearby in the forest. (Clungston, R. W. 2010).The wolf symbolizes a person trying to take red riding hoods body, His lacking(p) to eat her up. When the wolf talked to little red riding hood and the author writes The poor child, who did not know that it was dangerous to stay and talk to a wolf, it symbolizes red riding hoods innocence as in she has never had sex with anyone before. The wolf says to red riding hood to come get into bed with me symbolizes the temptations we all award in life.The theme that is hidden in Little Red Riding Hood is the death of red riding hoods innocence, and virginity. The story was written in a time when that having sex before marriage was unhearable of and made a woman frowned upon by others. By u sing symbolism, plot and point of view it helps the reader identify the point that the author is writing about. I found that the meaning of the fairy tale is one of morals, and how for some people once you lose your virginity then you are tainted or ruined for the person you love and get married to.
Posted by g at 3:30 AM
Sunday, May 19, 2019
doubting Thomas Hobbes and flush toilet Locke held contrasting theories on how governwork forcet should limit the rights of manpower, which they referred to as the social generate. Thomas Hobbes theory of the social contract is that a government should have complete discretion over the limitations of mens rights, while Lockes theory is that a social contract is necessary, but the rights limited should be all for the tribute of property.Thomas Hobbes theory of the social contract is that men should give up all of their rights to an absolute government for the protection of their lives. He writes in Chapter 14 of Leviathan that man should be willing for peace and defence of himself to lay garbage down this right to all things . (Hobbes 161). He concludes by describing the motive for man handing over rights as being for his aegis (Hobbes 162).John Lockes theory is that the social contract should limit the rights of man only to protect his property. In Chapter 9 Locke describes his theory that man joins the social contract only with an intention to preserve his property (Locke 171). Locke contrasts with Hobbes where he writes in Chapter 7 of Of obliging Government that anyone that thinks that absolute government improves men should read the history of any age to be convinced otherwise (Locke 170).What role the social contract should have in the lives of men is subjective. Thomas Hobbes theory on the social contract holds that an absolute government is needed for the protection of mens lives, while John Lockes theory focuses on a limited government solely for the protection of mens property.Works CitedThomas Hobbes Leviathan The Arts 1000 Reader Pearson 2007 pp 159-163 John Locke Of Civil Government The Arts 1000 Reader Pearson 2007 pp 167-173.
Posted by g at 4:41 AM
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Everyone is a traveler, choosing the drivewayways to come in on the continuous traveling of animation there exists not a form that leaves one with but a sole direction in which to advance. In his poem, The Road not Taken, Robert hoarfrost exhibits insight and perception in using poetic techniques to communicate this message. The piece depicts a mans regret at not being fitted to travel two roads, and having to sop up a choice amidst the two. The importance of making decisions is disclosed in the vote counters assertion that his choice has made both the difference.The starting line few lines of the poem tuck the elements of Frosts primary metaphor and symbol, the diverging roads. The use of the road suggests that life is a journey that the narrator is traveling. The two roads diverged symbolize the points in this journey where one must make choices. As the narrator contemplates his decision, wishing that he could take both paths at the same time while cunning there is no incident in that, the reader is able to glimpse the strength of Frosts symbolism- every person must make decisions with the knowledge that going back and changing them is impossible, because one has already traveled too far down the chosen path to turn back.The setting, along with imagery, assists in growth the key symbols of the poem. The piece opens with the narrator taking a walk in the woodwind instruments during the autumn season, when he is suddenly confronted with a diverging path. The central image of two roads diverged helps to convey the theme of having to make choices in life. The yellow wood corresponds to the autumn season, a period that is often related to the end of the yearly cycle in flora and foliage. Autumn may be perceived as a articulate in limbo between the vivacity of summer and the chill of winter.The talker examines one path to the best of his great power . . . and looked down one as far as I could to where it bent in the undergrowth. His vision, ho wever, is restrain because the path bends, and a certain amount of undergrowth obscure the destination of the road. The description of the paths indicates that although the speaker would ilk to acquire more information, he is prevented from doing so because of the nature of his environment. The road that allow for be chosen leads to the unknown, as does each choice in life. The concept of two roads diverged in a yellow wood illustrates an interval between two phases in life, and helps convey the theme of one having to inevitably choose between digressing paths.The humourous tone is inescapable I shall be telling this with a sigh / Somewhere ages and ages hence. The speaker anticipates his own future insincerity. He knows that he go out be inaccurate, at best, or hypocritical, at worst, when he holds his life up as an example. In fact, he predicts that his future self will betray this hour of decision as if the betrayal were inevitable.This realization is ironic and poignantly pathetic. But the sigh is critical. The speaker will not, in his old age, merely gather the youth about him and say, Do what I did, kiddies. I stuck to my guns, took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Rather, he may say this, but he will sigh first for he wont believe it himself. Somewhere in the back of his mind will reside the image of yellow woods and two equally leafy paths.Ironic as it is, this is also a poem infused with the anticipation of remorse. Its title is not The Road Less Traveled but The Road Not Taken. tear down as he makes a choice (a choice he is forced to make if does not motivation to stand forever in the woods, one for which he has no real guide or important basis for decision-making), the speaker knows that he will second-guess himself somewhere down the lineor at the very least he will wonder at what is irrevocably lost the impossible, unknowable opposite Path. But the nature of the decision is such that there is no Right Pa thjust the chosen path and the other path. What are sighed for ages and ages hence are not so much the wrong decisions as the moments of decision themselvesmoments that, one atop the other, mark the empowering of a life. This is the more primal strain of remorse.It is notice that the title of the poem, The Road Not Taken, may be intended to serve as a discerning hint, an insinuation of the narrators dissatisfaction with the decision he made. What about the one less traveled by? Neither of the roads was less traveled than the other. He less traveled both roads because this was the first time the narrator had drive upon these paths. Leaves covered the ground, and since the time they had fallen no one had yet to pass by on this road both were worn about the same in leaves that no shade had trodden black. Nevertheless, the speaker is unhappy that he took the path that he chose, and yearns to go back and take The Road Not Taken. Time, however, does not allow second chances.The Road Not Taken is an ironic commentary on the indecorum of choice in a world governed by instincts, unpredictable contingencies, and limited possibilities. It parodies and demurs from the biblical idea that divinity is the way that can and should be followed and the American idea that nature provides the path to spiritual enlightenment. The title refers doubly to bravado for choosing a road less traveled but also to regret for a road of lost possibility and the eliminations and changes produced by choice.The Road Not Taken reminds us of the consequences of the principle of selection in al1 aspects of life, namely that al1 choices in knowledge or in action exclude many others and lead to an ironic recognitions of our achievements. At the heart of the poem is the romantic mythology of flight from a fixed world of limited possibility into a wilderness of many possibilities combined with trials and choices through which the pilgrim progresses to divine perfection.The reader finds, at the literal level, the narrator expressing his regret at his human limitations, at not being able to travel two roads he must make a choice. The choice is not easy, since it took him a long time to come to a decision . . . long I stood and looked down one as far as I could. He examines one path to where it bent in the undergrowth, but his vision is limited because the path bends and is covered over. He describes the second path as just as fair as the first rather than more fair, and that the paths are really about the same.This ambiguous evaluation of the paths reveals his wait for a clear and logical reason to decide on one path over other only that reason is unavailable. When the narrator finally makes his decision, he tries to persuade himself that he will eventually gratify the desire to travel both paths, while simultaneously admitting that such a hope is unrealisticOh, I kept the first for another day Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back.At the end of the poem, in the future, the narrator will claim that the paths were actually various from each other, and that his choice has made all the difference.The last lines of the poem suggest that life would have been diametric had the speaker taken the other path I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. The fact that the speaker says the entire last stanza with a sigh works together with the title to record that the speaker is disappointed with the choice he made. Once the entire poem is read, it may be realize that this is not an inspirational piece about why one should be different from everyone else. Rather, it reminds the reader of the consequences that follow a decision, and the manner in which one choice can shape ones life.In his poem, Robert Frost conveys his notion of life as a journey that every person must travel, a journey laden with diverging roads, many decisions, and occasional sighs the piece demonstrates the poets belief tha t it is the road that one chooses that makes him or her the person who he or she is. The Road Not Taken leaves its readers with many different interpretations. In any case, however, it is Frosts clever use of poetic techniques to express the theme that opens the door for analysis, and allows all readers from different backgrounds to relate to the poem.
Posted by g at 5:52 AM
Friday, May 17, 2019
NATURE OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT The data exhibited by fiscal distinguishments argon touched by a)Recorded facts b) distinguishing beliefs, approach patterns & Principles c)Personal Judgment 1)Recorded Facts The term put down facts ungenerouss the data used for preparing financial statements argon interpreted from measureancy record which ar facts. i. e. Cash in Hand Actual money is save add up due from debtor Actual to be save Amount due to creditor Actual to be record thusly the financial statement do non disclose such facts which whitethorn be reality, which ar not recorded. For ex. L/Bldg. urchased ar shown at cost price in the write up Books But trade protect which in reality may be different is not stated because it is not recorded in Books of A/c. 2) fibing ideas & conferences & principle The Dictionary meaning is lineamental truth implying uni ground levelity of Applicability eitherwhere. thus far when applied in Financial Statement analysis, it gives different meaning in different concepts & so it is r bely used as a fundamental method acting of accounting truth. business relationship Principles be those rules of Action which atomic number 18 select by the Accountant univers every last(predicate)y in recording transaction.Different professional bodies like Australian Society of Account (i. e. ground of Chartered Accountant in Australia) The Institute of Chartered Accountant in England & Wales. The American Institute of certified public accountant have made recommendation on accounting principles in the juvenile year. accounting system principles have been developed over the years from experience, usage & necessity. They are judged on the universal acceptableness rather than Universal Acceptability to the user of financial statement hence they are called as General Accepted Accounting Principles (G. A. A. P. )According principles can be broadly classified into two categories A. Accounting concepts B. Accounting Conven tions Accounting Principles Accounting conceptsAccounting Conventions a)Entity Concepta)Disclosure b)Going Concern Conceptb)Materiality c)Accounting period conceptc)Consistency d)Money Measurement Conceptd)Conservatism e)Cost Concept f)Cost Attach Concept g) forked Aspect Concept h)Accrual concept i)Periodic Matching of cost and tax Concept j) acknowledgement Concept k)Verifiable Objective Evidence Concept ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS They are the inevitable assumptions or conditions upon which accounting is based.Accounting concepts are postulates, assumptions or conditions upon which accounting is based. They are developed to convey the analogous meaning to all people. Some of the important concept are given as follows 1. Entity Concept For accounting purposes- the line of credit is treated as a separate entity from the proprietor (s). It may sound to be nonsense(a) that one sell goods to himself, but all transactions are recorded in the books of the business as per this point of view . This concept helps in keeping private affairs of the proprietor away from the business affairs. so if a proprietor invests Rs. ,00,000/- in the business, it is deemed that the proprietor has given Rs. 1,00,000/- to the business and it is shown as a liability in the books of business. (because business has to ultimately repay it to the proprietor). Similarly, if the proprietor withdraws Rs. 10,000/- from the business, it is charged to him. This concept is applicable to all forms of business organizations. Although in the eyes of Law a Sole trader and his business or the partner and their business are one and the same, for accounting purposes they are regarded as separate entities. It is the business with which we are concerned. . Going Concern Concept (Continuity of Activity) It is assumed that the business concern will continue for a fairly immense time, unless and until it has entered into a state of liquidation. 3. Accounting Period Concept Although the going concern concept s tresses the continuing nature of the business enterprise, it is common to divide its life into chapters known as Accounting Periods. An accounting period is the interval of time at the end of which the income statement and financial position statement (balance sheet) are prepared to know the result and resources of the business.Although shorter periods are frequently adopted for purposes of comparative studies, the normal accounting period is twelve months. This is because though the life of the business is considered to be indecisive, the measurement of income and studying the financial position of the business after a very long period would not help in taking timely corrective steps or to modify periodic distributions of income to proprietor (s) with reasonable safety. Therefore, it is necessary for the concern to stop at regular intervals and see top how it is faring. 4.Money Measurement Concept In accounting everything is recorded in terms of money. Events or transaction w hich cannot be expressed in terms of money are not recorded in the books of accounts, even if they are very important or useful for the business. Purchase and sale of goods, payment of expenses and receipt of income are financial transactions which find place in accounting etc. Death of an exe excuseive, resignation of a tutor are the events which cannot be expressed in money and so are not to be recorded in Books of A/c. 5. Cost Concept (Objectivity Concept) As per cost concept )an asset is ordinarily recorded at the price give to acquire it i. e. at its cost, and b)this cost is the basis for all subsequent accounting for the asset. For example, if a plot of land is acquired for Rs. 1,00,000/- it is recorded in the books of at Rs. 1,00,000/- and even if its merchandise value at the time of preparation of final accounts is Rs. 2,00,000/- or Rs. 60,000/- it will not be considered. Thus the balance sheet on a particular date does not ordinarily indicate what the asset could be sold for. The cost concept does not mean that the asset will always be shown at cost.It lonesome(prenominal) means that cost becomes the basis for all subsequent accounting for the asset. Thus the assets recorded by the process of depreciation. Cost concept brings objectivity in the preparation and presentation of financial statements. It implies that the figures shown in the accounting records should be based on physical object evidence and not on the subjective views of a person. 6. Cost-attach Concept This concept is in any case known as cost-merge concept. In order to produce an article it is necessary to purchase raw- poppycock, process it and convert into finished article.This calls for the services of some other factors of production and therefore, there are some(prenominal) other costs like labour cost, power and other overhead expenses. These cost have a capacity to merge or attach when they are brought together. Thus the proportionate raw- stuff costs, labour costs, and other overheads are added together to obtain product cost so as to increase the utility of cost data. 7. Dual Aspect Concept This is the basic concept of accounting. As per this concept, every business transaction has a triple effect. 8.Accrual Concept The accrual concept implies recording of revenues and expenses of a particular accounting period, whether they are received / paid in cash or not. Under cash system of accounting, the revenues and expenses are recorded yet when if they are actually received / paid in cash irrespective of the accounting period to which they belong. But to a lower place accrual method, the revenues and expenses relating to that particular accounting period only are considered. 9. Periodic Matching of Cost and Revenue Concept This concept is based on the accounting period concept.Making profit is the roughly important objective that keeps the proprietor engaged in business activities. That is why most of the accountants time is fatigued in e volving techniques for measuring the profit/profitability of the concern. To as received the profit made during a period, it is necessary to stand for revenues of the period with the expenses of that period. Income (profit) earned by the business during a period can be measured only when the revenue earned during the period is compared with the expenditure incurred to earn that revenue. The question when the payment was made / received is irrelevant.Therefore, as per this concept adjustments are made for all fall outstanding expenses, prepaid expenses, accrued incomes, unearned incomes etc. 10. Realisation Concept According to this concept profit should be accounted for only when it is actually realized. Revenue is recognized only when sale is effected or the services are rendered. Sale is considered to be made when the property in goods passes to the buyer and he is legally liable to pay. However, in order to recognize revenue, receipt of cash is not essential. Even credit sale results in realization as it creates a efinite asset called Account receivable. However, there are certain exceptions to the concept like in case of contract accounts, hire purchase etc. Similarly incomes like commission, interest, rent etc. are shown in Profit and Loss Account on accrual basis though they may not be realised in cash on the date of preparing accounts. 11. Verifiable Objective Evidence Concept According to this concept all accounting transactions should be evidenced and supported by objective documents. These documents include invoices, contracts, correspondence, vouchers, bill, pass books, cheque books etc. uch supporting documents provide the basis for making accounting entries and for verification by the auditors later on. This concept similarly has its limitations. for example, it is difficult to verify internal allocation of costs to accounting periods. 2. ACCOUNTING CONVENTIONS Conventions are the customs or traditions or usage which guide of accounting state ments. They are adapted to make financial statements clear and meaningful. 1. Convention of Disclosure This means that the accounts must be honestly prepared and they must disclose all stuff selective discipline.The accounting reports should disclose full and fair discipline to the proprietors, creditors, investors and others. This groups is specially significant in case of crowing business like Joint Stock Company where there is divorce between the owners and the managers. However, it does not mean that all nurture or information of any kind is to be included in accounting statements. The term disclosure only implies that there must be a sufficient disclosure of informations which is of material interest to proprietors, present and potential creditors and investors. 2.Conventions of Materiality The accountant should attach importance to material details and cut off insignificant details. If this is not done accounts will be overburdened with minute details. As per the Ameri can Accounting Association, an item should be regarded as material, if there is a reason to believe that knowledge of it would influence the conclusiveness of informed investor. Therefore, keeping the convention of materiality in view, unimportant items are either left out or merged with other items. Some items are shown as foot notes like, contingent liabilities, market value of investment etc.However, an item may be material for one purpose but outside for another, material for one concern but immaterial for another, or material for one year but immaterial for next year. 3. Convention of Consistency The comparison of one accounting period with the other is possible only when the convention of consistency is followed. It means accounting from one accounting period to another. For example, a company may adopt straight line method, written down value method, or any other method of providing depreciation on fixed assets. But it is expected that the company follows a particular meth od of depreciation consistently.Similarly, if stock is valued at cost or market price whichever is less, this principle should be followed every year. Any change from one method to another would lead to inconsistency. However, consistency does not mean non-flexibility. It should put up introduction of improved techniques of accounting. 4. Convention of Conservatism It refers to the policy of playing safe. As per this convention all future losses are taken into consideration but not all prospective profits. In other words anticipate no profit but provide for all possible losses.However, this convention is being criticized on the ground that it goes not only against the convention of full disclosure but also against the concept of matching costs and revenues. It encourages creation of secret reserves by making excess formulation for depreciation, bad and uncertain debts etc. The Income statement shows a lower clear income and the Balance sheet overstates the liabilities and unde rstates the assets. The convention of conservatism should be applied cautiously so that the results reported are not distorted. Some stop of conservatism is inevitable where objective data is not available.Following are the examples of application of conservatism a)Making provision for doubtful debts and discount on debtors. b)Not providing for discount on creditors. c)Valuing stock in trade at cost or market price whichever is less. d)Creating provision against fluctuations in the price of investments. e)Showing Joint Life Policy at cast off value and not at the paid up amount. f)Amortization of intangible asset like goodwill which has in explicit life. ESSENTIAL QUALITIES OF FINANCIAL STATMENTS As stated earlier, the basic objective of financial statement is to provide information useful to the users of these statements.Different users like shareholders, investors, financial institutions, workers etc. are interested in financial statements with varying objectives. Generally, it is not possible for a firm to prepare these statements in such a form that may causal agency every interested user. However, such statements should possess at least the following essential qualities. 1. Relevance sole(prenominal) these information should be disclosed in financial statements which are relevant to the objectives of the firm. The information is said to be relevant only when it influences decision of the users, while evaluating any event or correcting past evaluation.The conclusions pinched on the basis of irrelevant information would be misleading of no use. Therefore, the information irrelevant to the statements be avoided, other than it would be difficult to make a distinction between relevant and irrelevant information. 2. Understandability The principal(prenominal) objective of financial statements is to provide necessary information about the firms resources and performance. To fulfill this objectives, the information contained in these statements should be clear, simple and lucid so that a person who is not well write with the accounting terminology shall be able to understand without much difficulty.Hence, as far as possible, the form of financial statements should not be complex, and the terms used in these statements should be simple, in common oral communication and non-technical. 3. Reliability and Accuracy The information incorporated in financial statements should be tried and true. Information has the quality of dependableness when it is free from material error and bias and can be depended upon by users. Reliability charges with the nature of information contained in the subject matter. Therefore, such information should be provided whose reliability can be verified. Reliability of financial statements also depends on the accuracy of accounts.Hence, to arrive at right conclusions, accuracy of the accounts is an essential quality. To be reliable*, information must (i) carry faithful representation of transactions, (ii) sh ould be presented in accordance with the substance and stinting reality, and (iii) must be neutral, prudent and complete. 4. Comparability Comparison is the essence of financial statement analysis. Comparable information will reveal relatively strong and weak point. Financial statement should be prepared in such a way that current years progress can be compared with that of prior year and inter-firm comparison is possible.To facilitate comparison, it would be more useful to provide with the financial statement of 5 to 10 years summary of important terms such as production in quantity, net sales, net profits, dividend paid, working capital etc. 5. Completeness The information contained in the financial statements should be complete in al respects. It must be ensured that there is no possibility of any information being broken or doubtful. Therefore, full disclosure should be made of all significant information in a manner that is understandable and does not mislead creditors, inv estors and others users. . Timeliness Financial statements are prepared for a definite period of time. At the end of this period, they should be ready and submit to the parties concerned. If the statements are not prepared in time, they can not be properly used and the firm cannot formulate plans for future developments. In asset to the aforesaid qualities, financial statements be prepared easily, attention of the reader is automatically drawn and directed to most significant items and required data for the calculation of different ratios are also essential qualities.As American Accounting Association, has described, every corporate statement should be based on accounting principles which are sufficiently uniform, objective and understood to justify opinions to the condition and progress of the business enterprise behind it. LIMITATIONS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The summary of accounts retained by a business firm is presented in the form of financial statements. The amounts expres sed in these statements are based on vouchers and accounting records.Hence, decisions based on these information are more true and logical. However, the conclusions drawn on the basis of these information cannot be treated as final and accurate, because there are certain limitations to the financial statements. One must, therefore, keep in view these limitations while studying the profit and loss account and balance sheet of the firm. Important and impact bearing limitations of financial statements are identified as downstairs 1. Lack of Precision 2. Lack of Exactness 3. Incomplete Information 4. Interim Reports . Hiding of Real home or Window Dressing 6. Lack of Comparability 7. Historical Costs Analysis To Analyse to cut into pieces But only analyse No It means also Interpretation. Thus Financial Statement Analysis means Analysis, comparisons and interpretation of Financial data to achieve the desired result TOOLS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT compend 1. Comparative Statements 2. Common Size Statements The Essential Requirement is 3. Trend AnalysisVertical Financial Statement. 4. Ratio Analysis 5. Fund Flow Statement 6. Cash Flow Statement
Posted by g at 7:15 AM
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Art of war - Essay ExampleI chose this quote because I empathise the important role played by human labor in accomplishing any activity. This quote is germane(predicate) because people are the most important resource that any organization or beau monde domiciliate have. Regardless of the nature of the organization or the type of activity being undertaken, the human resource is very(prenominal) important. Unfortunately, not all organizations or companies reward their people for the efforts they put in. This quote therefore helps us escort and appreciate the important role played by people in an organization or company.In the workplace setting, this quote can cause the management to come up with reward programs for their employees. In parliamentary procedure to get the best of employees, organizations need to reward them for the work performed. Through this quote, managers can be made to assure the importance of keeping a motivated workforce as a recipe for success. For example , a company may come up with a policy of taking its employees for holiday every month as an appreciation for their efforts. Regardless of the reward programs adopted, this quote can cause senior management to rethink of how it treats its
Posted by g at 9:22 AM
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Blood formation and maturation - Assignment ExampleOn the fourth day, normoblast is organize containing about thirty-five percent of the hemopoietic of a full red extraction cell, and mostly the cell nucleus disappears at this point. From the fifth to the seventh day, the reticulocyte uprises and the synthesis of the hemopoietic is increased. The outline of the red blood cell gets accomplish at this point, and the cells still contain the ribonucleic acid. On the eighth day, the red blood cell is mature without the ribonucleic acid, and no synthesize of the hemopoietic (Leach, 2015).Leukocytes are separated into two types the granulocytes and the agranulocytes (Leach, 2015). These types are further categorized into the lymphocytes, monocytes, basophils, neutrophils, and eosinophil. Leukocytes with the exception of the lymphocytes mature in the bone marrow (Leach, 2015). In early development like the case of embryos, white blood cells are formed in the yolk sac and later on in the spleen and lymph nodes. afterward the development of the bone marrow, most of the white blood cells are formed in it. However, maturation gets go away to take place in secondary lymphoid organs such as the spleen and the lymph nodes (Boundless 2,
Posted by g at 8:52 AM
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Family dynamics - Essay ExampleIt is obvious that alcoholism has to be tackled in ways that are unique to each addict. While basic theories may be used to treat the underlying causes of the disease, it is necessary to character reference the issues that are unique to ein truth alcohol addict in order to stem the inordinateness use of alcohol by that particular individual. Demographics of Families affected by Alcohol In America today, at that place are approximately 15 men and women who are addicted to alcohol and use it on a regular basis. These alcoholics come from diverse religions and ethnic backgrounds, and can be found in all grow groups. According to Babor (2010) 43% of the American population has had to deal, at some time or other, with an alcoholic inside the family. Today, 18% of all American children live with an alcoholic in the family (Centers for Disease Control, National Center for inveterate Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 2009). Of this figure, more th an 55% are children who are still perceived to be dependants who rely on their parents for sustenance. According to Babor (2010), the consumption of excess alcohol kills more than 75,000 Americans on an annual basis. These deaths may result from binge drinking or simply continuous heavy drinking which wears down the torsos vital organs such as the liver. ... This is because there are storms from peers that they have to deal with turn also having to handle the pressure of starting new relationships as well as careers. The Effect on the Family The families of alcoholics are often greatly affected by their destructive addiction. They may have to live with the pressure of maintaining a facade of normalcy to the outside world while also having to bear the problems that the alcoholic causes. Alcoholics commonly have short attention spans once they start to drink and can cause problems that they will non remember after the effect of the alcohol wear out (Joyce, 2011). The families of alcoholics may have to deal with ruby behavior exhibited by the alcoholic, economic problems caused by the alcoholics use of family finances to support his or her problem, and low relationship satisfaction. Any children born into families where one of the parents is an alcoholic also learn quickly non to trust that parent (Joyce, 2011). Communication in such families is marked by constant criticism, blame, misplaced guilt, dissatisfaction in emotional relationships, and complaints (Babor, 2010). Chaos and conflict is common in families that have alcoholics. There is also a cud of unpredictability, and the breakdown of traditional family rituals. Physical as well as emotional abuse is also very common in such families. Theories of Alcohol Addiction There are different theories that seek to address the cause of alcoholism in quite a little. The genetic theory holds that there are inherited mechanisms, particularly among people that had alcoholic parents, which predispose people to desiring alcohol or consuming it in excess (Hingson, Zha
Posted by g at 8:02 AM