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    Historically, if assessed both are research traditions and particularly in last 30 years, these two schools of thought have produced much articles, books and researchers in parallel. Therefore, while the researchers belonging to HRO were busy in assessing aircraft carriers, air traffic controls and nuclear power plants, the Resilience Engineering researchers were developing conceptualization of problem of error and its eventual consequences for interfaces design in nuclear, aviation and medicine aspects. In early 90s, HROs in relation to the thesis of a normal accident debated the outcome of their investigation whereas the resilience engineers defined the naturalistic side to cognition broaden the approach towards safety with complexity and systems version and at same times developed tools and practical guidance to range of factors; risk assessments, engineers, interface designers and investigators etc. In 2000, the HRO researches developed a tool now known as “collective mindfulness”, at same time cognitive engineers supported the notion of resilience engineering for emphasizing positive side and natural views of cognition of frontline factors mentioned above (Le Coze, 2016). The Human reliability organization approach debates on the topics such as “Nearly error-free” operations, training, socialization, culture, collective mindfulness & sense making, redundancy, interdependence, institutional trust and flexible structures and networks while Resilience engineering involves…

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    respected, and a role model to many people around the world. Princess Diana was born on July 1st 1961, in Sandringham, Norfolk, England. She was born into an aristocratic English family who were very close to the royal family. Her parents got divorced when she was eight years old and she continued to live with her father who took custody of her. Diana had been hard working since youth. As a teenager she had several jobs such as kindergarten teacher at a school in London, a dance instructor,…

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    Princess Diana Stereotypes

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    Throughout history, princesses have been known to be perfect and have no obstacles or problems to overcome. They are kept away from the real world and they live sheltered lives. When Diana Spencer married into the royal household, that stereotype was broken. Diana, Princess of Wales was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales and she challenged the typical stereotype of a princess by talking about mental illness, making physical contact with AIDS and leprosy patients, and by exposing her…

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    DAMAYANTI Introduction The story of Nala-Damayanti has been narrated in Vana-Parva in Mahabharata by Rishi Vrihadswa. Damayanti was the daughter King Bhima who ruled Vidharbha Kingdom. Damayanti had earned a reputation of being the most beautiful Princess of Universe at that time. She was described as lovely-waisted Damayanti. As per Nala-Damayanti Katha, Damayanti was famous for 'for her incandescent beauty, grace, virtue and excellence' she was faultless-featured; 'with her ornaments she…

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    At the Golden Globes award ceremony Oprah Winfrey was presented the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement.Given recent events like the Me too and Time’s up movements Oprah dedicated her speech to speaking up about sexual harassment and emphasizing the need for change.Throughout the speech she talks about many different things from personal stories to the plights of everyday women to show that this abuse affects everyone. She uses many important rhetorical devices, namely pathos,…

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    siblings, this event caused great sadness in the family. Diana was not known to be an academic student, however she much enjoyed different art forms, thus becoming apparent in her work with English National Ballet. After moving to London, she began working with children, evidently her dislike of schooling was overruled by her love of children because she eventually became a kindergarten teacher. As a child, Diana recognized the problems society was facing and knew she ultimately would one day…

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    Charles Lyell And Darwin

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    Darwin derived the concept of the struggle for existence in part from Malthus's essay. He believed that creatures less fit for their environment would tend to die off. This would be called the struggle for existence. Some people thought that nature was a balanced system, but Darwin saw it as a mechanism. He believed the creatures that were best adapted would survive. Although Darwin agreed with Malthus on the struggle of individuals, he differed in opinion on Malthus's idea of the increase…

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    When Darnay first enters the court room the crowd shouts “’Take of his head!’...’an enemy to the Republic!’”(375). They are a very angry crowd and will seemingly stop at nothing for Darnay to get what he deserves- to be killed. However when it was shown that Darnay was related to Dr. Manette and was acquitted the crowd quickly switched the motives and many rushed towards him and gave him hugs. However Darnay “knew very well, that the very same people, carried by another current, would have…

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    In his novel Great Expectations, Charles Dickens displays the recurring theme of how sometimes in life, despite what the accepted behavioral norms are for a certain group, not everyone complies to these standards. He uses this theme to make a profound statement in regard to his lack of conformity to gender ideals as depicted by the Victorian era, through the use of reversed gender roles. Stereotypically, Victorian ideals stated that women were to be kind and nurturing, and the men were to be…

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    In place of letting misfortunes befall her by her father as in Girl with No Hands, the princess leaves her father and renounces her parents: “I am a poor child who no longer has a father or a mother” (Grimm 57). Charles Perrault’s version of introduces a fairy figure of a motherly nature; however, depriving the princess of such mentors in Grimm’s retelling of the story let her become independent, reflecting the words of Bruno Bettelheim: “fairy tales depict in imaginary and symbolic form the…

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