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  • The Shifting Meanings Of Our Evolving Modern Language

    Speaking is one of the first things we learn in life. As a child, we start acquiring the words automatically and as we grow up and go to school, we develop our speaking ability by expanding our knowledge of the language and we learn writing as well. Both Speaking and writing are essential to communicate with others, and, in any language, there are different registers used by its speakers. These registers vary based on our age, proficiency of the language and the environment. The way we speak and write is also affected by the situation, the people in the situation, and our relation with them. Speaking on a wider range, the time frame and the development also impact the way we speak today, which is different than the way people spoke in the past. Thus, due to the diversity in registers, the morphing of the language is an expected outcome and a natural phenomenon. The reason why we need different registers can be explained by examples from our life. For instance, when I speak with my close friends or my family, I use a casual informal register. When I text them, I won 't emphasize on using the correct grammar or the rules. This register is more practical and convenient because I have a close relation with them. But, I would use a formal register when speaking and emailing my professors. Similarly, if I had a job interview, I would use academic language and professional terms to reflect a positive picture to the employee and give the impression of professionalism and…

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  • Values And Values Of Science

    The tools of science are not the apparati with which science is executed, such as scales and telescopes, nor the theories science generates to explain things, though both are useful instruments in their own right. I refer instead to the habitual processes which science relies upon. The most prominent tool is the scientific method which serves to direct one 's inquiry. Other useful tools include gathering data, controlling for variables, and repeating experiments. When I talk about the values of…

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  • Rhetorical Strategies Of Carl Sagan

    Shermer explains that there is an amateur archeologist who studied how the pyramids were built. He couldn’t explain how they were made because he had no evidence. He believed they were constructed by space aliens. Sagan believes there’s a dragon in his garage, but can’t explain if it’s actually there because he has no real evidence to show that there’s an actual dragon in his garage. He then experiments his theory, according to Sagan the dragon is invisible. In his experiment he spreads flour…

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  • The Importance Of Psychology As A Science

    controlled methods, observable data, physical evidence, and the subsequent analysis are the work of science, called research. Research is the essence of the scientific field, and it is the formula for approaching building blocks, which expand out understanding of occurrences in the natural world. This approach to expanding human understanding, as it is based on understanding through experimental investigation of phenomena, requires a strict adherence to the principles of controlled observation…

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  • Reflective Essay On Active Listening

    listener?” Before entering Counseling Theory and Process, I was exceedingly confident in my ability to be an active listener, hence my interest in becoming a counselor, little did I know, there was an abundant amount of information to be learned. Furthermore, there was so much more knowledge to consume about other people, the counseling process, and the development of my own professional identity in general. Active listening is a powerful technique that I believe is highly underestimated.…

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  • Exterminate All The Brutes Analysis

    His main idea is that the only thing humans have done is exterminate the brutes, or the inferior races. He then goes on to explain that humankind would then try to condone their actions with scientific theories and argumentation. Lindqvist is mainly discussing one problem, which is why people believe that they are more distinguished and why they think this gives them the right to exterminate others who are variant or of a lesser social class. This question still seems to be prominent in today’s…

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  • Relationship Between Service And Innovation

    Editor Comments: The paper effectively highlights a research gap on the interesting topic of service innovation. In addition, the paper makes a theoretical contribution concerning economic theory of globalization (Huttons and Giddens, 2001). On a constructive note, the unit of analysis needs to be clarified and the mix of top journal articles in the literature review needs improvement. A flaw in the paper is the lack of a conceptual model which would depict relationships between constructs and…

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  • Maslow's Theory: The Three Stages Of Our Development Of Personality

    On the contrary this theory allows us to be part of the change not focusing on any negativity nut positively rewarding us for working on progress much like the theories of Maslow’s, Bandura, Kelly and Allport to name a few. Most correlations are found with Maslow’s theory, “He focused on psychological health rather than illness, growth rather than stagnation, virtues and potentials rather than weaknesses and limitations. He had a strong sense of confidence in our ability to shape our lives and…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Psychological Disorders

    There are multiple concepts throughout our text that I learned of that were interesting. I believe that the concepts of the benefits and disadvantages of being diagnosed with a disorder, psychological treatments, and the scientific method was however the interesting subjects that applied to me. Throughout the course I was able to relate to these and understand them, and they are something I believe I will find useful in a future setting. These concepts also help me understand certain situations…

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  • Analysis Of Seven Days Without Modern Technology

    And so, as the young men return from their treacherous mission- a perilous sennight without modern technology- they come back with not only the wicked tales of their trials, but also a report that is extremely crucial to their mark… Seven days without modern technology; a seemingly simple rule our group had to follow. There were very few exceptions to this rule, such as: using technology for homework, using technology for emergencies(i.e. your house is burning down), and any other situation-…

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