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  • Social Media And The Collapse Of Technology

    At a kid 's baseball game, that kid is expecting his or her parents to be in the stands with their whole attention on them, think about how discouraging it will be for the child to see their parent on their phone or caught up in a conference call. Once the parent will get off the phone and come back to the stands, they will see that they missed their child hit a home run and would not be able to get that moment back to relive. Technology is not the root of the problem but it is how…

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  • Field Training Reflection

    where do I sit at during the service. I didn’t want to answer their questions because I don’t actually go to the church and I was afraid that if they heard that it might detracted them from coming to join the church, I mean it makes no sense for me to call them and ask them to join the church when I don’t even go their. I didn’t want to bring this up to my supervisor because I knew he was bust am dim just…

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  • Summary: Roell Customer Services

    through equipment cost. With outsourcing the equipment cost is handled by the call centre in India. When outsourcing the call center to India it will save the company money annually but there are also some disadvantages as well. There will be a decrease in customer satisfaction due to language barriers, and an increase in escalations and duration time spent on the calls will also increase as well. Hopefully in the future the call center will gain the experience and the expertise to increase…

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  • Smart Phones Isolateing Society

    We avoid social problems at all costs for example avoiding making phone calls due to having to be on the spot or even going up to a person to ask questions or make an introduction. In the article Alone in the Crowd it says, “[Some] say a phone call reveals too much, that actual conversations don 't give them enough control over what they want to say” (Price, Michael). Having a conversation is part of not having…

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  • How Does Technology Change My Life?

    asks, “what’s wrong with picking up the telephone and just talking to someone? Your old grandma likes to hear your voice.” She tells me that when she talks to her neighbors about the weekly phone calls she receives from my brother and I, they get a little jealous. They are lucky if they get monthly phone calls. All they receive is the occasional text message that, sometimes, they have trouble opening. Everything keeps getting faster in the attempt to bring people closer together, but my grandma…

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  • Moral Characters In J. B. Priestley's An Inspector Calls

    Birling’s second prediction is that ‘there isn’t a chance of war’ but within three or four years World War 1 commenced so again he thinks he knows but he does not. Birling then makes a third prediction, that the great new ship, The Titanic, is ‘unsinkable’ and in a matter of days it sank, which for the third time proves that he thinks he knows the world but the fact that he is wrong in all three cases validates that he doesn’t know anything about the world at all. Then Birling states that he…

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  • The Theme Of Responsibility In An Inspector Calls

    Mr. Birling is oblivious to the word ‘responsibility’, his mind seems to reject it as he believes that people should care only for themselves, even as the inspector was questioning him he denies everything and still keeps his childish behaviour. Piestly finds Mr. Birling’s ideals to be insulting and he wrote this play to fight against these sorts of people. Mrs. Birling (Sybil) being Mr. Birling’s ‘social superior’ always tries to correct him ‘Arthur’; you’re not supposed to say such…

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  • The Role Of Socialism In An Inspector Calls

    An Inspector Calls is a play written by Dramatist J.B Priestley in 1945. Priestley was a left-wing socialist and this was one of the factors which influenced him to write this play. Even though the play was written in 1945, it was actually set in 1912, right before the start of the First World War. It is set in the spring of 1912 at the Brumley home of the Birlings, a prosperous industrial family in the North Midlands, getting involved in the death of a woman named Eva Smith. The Inspector uses…

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  • Theme Of Responsibility In An Inspector Calls

    “An Inspector Calls” is a play written by JB Priestly, that revolves around a theme of blame and responsibility. To convey and show the moral of the play, it is contrasted to compare differences and to emphasize by setting responsibility as a central theme of the play but then providing a fascinating portrait of the way that people can let themselves off the hook and take no responsibility whatsoever. Priestly explicitly differentiates and portrays between those who have accepted their…

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  • The Role Of Sheila In An Inspector Calls

    In the drama, “An Inspector Calls” written by J.B Priestley, Sheila’s character is essential in enabling the playwright to convey his message about social responsibility. Sheila’s character acts as the conscience of the Birling family. Sheila acknowledges her faults and appreciates the wrongdoing her family has perpetrated against Eva Smith. Sheila’s character experiences the largest change within the play as she goes from being an immature, childish girl to a morally conscious young woman by…

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