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    To be able to form an attitude, consumers must have a certain level of awareness about the products’ existence (Kernan and Trebbi, 1973). Of the responses, 46.6% have selected that they have heard of Argan oil before and have used it in the past. The interviews revealed that the participants became aware of Argan oil mostly through the Internet (via Articles, Beauty Blogs) as well as recommendations from family members. It can be inferred that young adult Vietnamese consumers are fairly aware of Argan essential oil product. However, approximately 30% of young adult Vietnamese consumer population has yet to become aware of Argan oil. Although the participants have a level of awareness of Argan oil, many have chosen not to respond. It can be…

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    The Emotional Competence Inventory is a test that grades your Emotional Intelligence by separating four categories (Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management) into twenty-one competencies. After taking the test my strongest category was Self-Management where I scored an average of 4.03. Self-Management is divided into: emotional self-control, trustworthiness, conscientiousness, adaptability, optimism, achievement orientation, and initiative. This quadrant…

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    Situational awareness is defined as “the understanding of objects, events, people, system states, interactions, environmental conditions, and other situation-specific factors affecting human performance in complex and dynamic tasks.” (Reichenbach, 2009) Situational awareness is simply “knowing what is going on, so you can figure out what to do.” It is how you know what and why something is occurring; what will or could happen next, and what options you have to mitigate or control the situation.…

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    Social activists use social media to spread awareness about their cause. This is exactly what Eduardo Serio does to promote his foundation, Black Jaguar White Tiger. Black Jaguar White Tiger, also abbreviated as BJWT, is a foundation with a purpose to change people’s attitudes and ideas about animals. Their primary goal is to raise awareness by using social media, in order to make millions of people fall in love with animals and help them learn about stopping animal abusers, like circuses. It is…

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    In my position as an supervisor I was working in an child focus environment where ; hence, safeguarding children had upmost importance, I’ve learnt the policies and procedures within the organisation have huge significance in how I act upon a situation. Through encountering a number of safeguarding issues the value of my own knowledge base became ; knowing the procedures enabled me to act appropriate and handle the situation in the best interests of the child. Having an awareness of key people…

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    Rigoberta witnesses’ numerous injustices and the death of many of her community due to malnutrition, unhealthy work conditions, and the way they have been sabotage allowed Rigoberta to develop a political awareness. However, what trigger her to develop a political consciousness was the exploitation and manipulation experienced by many such as ladinos and the government. The violence and the death of many compañeros and family members allowed Rigoberta to find the courage to move on to help her…

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    Diversity Club Reflection

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    problem. Very often many of the obstacles in society do not have a straightforward cure but the willingness to engage the various intricacies of a problem is the first step in finding the cure. My participation in the annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC), held in December along with my past participation in Diversity Awareness Initiative for Students (DAIS) has shown me the amount of impact that a group of students with passion and commitment for to spread awareness for all…

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    Group Leadership Summary

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    Conflict may first begin when developing the group. Conflict typically evolves due to personality differences or role disagreements. Listening with empathy can resolve the personality differences. Role conflicts can be handled by being aware of the assumptions you may bring to the table. Conflict is best handled by dealing with the issues at hand, instead of avoiding it. Letting the issues linger and fester will only lead to more issues down the road. Though conflict is difficult to handle, it…

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    Value Of Service

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    lives thinking that they are too busy to try and get involved in someone else’s life. Everyone is guilty of this selfishness. However, you never know how the simplest thing such as a holding a door for someone could change their day. Just showing a neighbor they are loved is serving them. By serving them, you may even change their life. This kind of service is vital not only to the person being served, but also to the one serving. Service can bring people together and break down social barriers.…

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    the shocking statistic of 22 lives a day on average being taken by suicide according to the Department of Veteran Affairs. Honor Courage Commitment was formed by Andy Nguyen, a marine veteran, who wanted to promote and encourage steady life after service. “#22KILL was a platform to raise awareness not just towards veteran suicide, but also to the mental health issues that can lead to suicide. These issues stem primarily from conditions such as PTS and TBI, and struggles of transitioning out of…

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