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    Mass service sector organisations use features of ‘classic’ Taylorism in a similar ways to the manufacturing industry. These sectors operate on a similar mass production system based on standardisation, routinisation, control and fragmentation of tasks which are all a part of the Taylorist division of labour (Edgell 2012). The effects of Tayloristic division of labour in the expanding mass service sector were noticed by Ritzer (1996) with McDonalds, which have applied mass production system whose aim was to produce a high volume of low-priced standard goods speedily and as cheap as possible. In order to achieve this McDonalds introduced just-in-time production called made-for-you (Edgell 2012). This increased the speed which the food was…

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    The Definition Of Justice In Plato's Republic

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    Socrates expresses that,“…is it because of the spirited part…that we call a single individual courageous (Plato 99).” It can be found if one has courage in the spirited part. In the state, the soldiers represent courage. They fight and defend for their city. They obey the rulers and are their allies. To ensure that the rulers and soldiers will fight for their city; Socrates proposed a noble lie to maintain the city’s justice. He will try to persuade the rulers and soldiers that they do not…

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    Understanding Fractions

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    the Year One descriptor (ACMNA016), where it identifies that students are able to half an item and identify how it is an equal portion. Developing a understanding into how to halve an object so both parts are equal, play a vital role in understanding how fraction work, this is based on a half being the largest fraction before making a whole. A child can demonstrate a understanding by folding a piece of paper over onto itself to make half, but then also go on to describe that they are equal as…

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    A Simple Life Analysis

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    1. Lines from this portion of my story work such as, “Terry sat upon the porcelain god, reading a Science Daily magazine” and “Then in an unseen instant – the roof popped and cracked in a blaze of glory as everything went up into a cloud of sizzling smolder.” – These lines work because they focus in on the comedic tone that I was looking to convey through the story and they show rather than tell. I think that more lines like this could make the story feel more natural. 2. In this portion of the…

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    The piece opened with lots of energy. The rhythm at measure 10 was very together, and the dynamics from measure 6 to 10 created a cool build. The transition to measure 27 was smooth and efficient. In the “Polar Express” section, there could have been more dynamic change and even more volume in general. However, the underlying percussion part gave the section an energetic, upbeat feel. At measure 91, the flute countermelody and the trumpet melodies were not together at all. The flute section…

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    Over the two decades, women’s economic activity has been rose significantly. The gradually increase in women’s social status through their participation in the labor marker has marked a milestone in the history of women. Yet, the women participation rate in employment implies a contradiction towards the gender ideology and occupational segregation. The issue of gender ideology and occupational segregation can be seen as a cause-and-effect that may lead to work and family conflict. Specifically…

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    She is very busy taking taking five classes and working part time but still has time to socialize with her roommate and meet up with friends she met at orientation over summer. She most demonstrates vector of learning to manage her emotions because while she is enjoying life on campus, she is struggling with homesickness. She regularly keeps in touch with family and tries to keep herself busy to combat this. She is developing the ability to recognize and accept her emotions, and most importantly…

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    Unlike the majority of people from the area, my parents had a strong desire to travel, and at the age of five, I had already been to Alaska and Mexico. I think this travel was extremely important to my creativity and my flourishing mind for interior design. It helped me actually view good design and how different cultures approached design. To me these vacations are parts of my life that I never want to forget. When I think about it, these memories are strongly supported by not only the…

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    school for over 2 decades. There’s nothing wrong with this, but I did not fit in with them and I wanted a different college experience. This is the first time I’m admitting this to anyone, but it made me even more frustrated when I was placed in remedial Math and English classes. Unlike other students, I had to take classes all year round just to keep up with the full-time students in an attempt to graduate on time and make myself feel like I experienced the real deal. So many people had no idea…

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    It was around that time that I began struggling academically due to stress at home. It was the beginning of the housing crisis in the United States and my Father is a residential real estate agent and my mother was a stay at home mom who was raising my younger brother who has Aspergers. The level of stress at home was at an all time high and I was not equipped to handle everything that was suddenly put on my plate, such as working and paying for my own car and “fun” expenses, trying to balance…

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