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  • Dealing With Conflict: Interpersonal Skills

    Dealing with conflict is one of the most important skills that an individual needs to master as he or she grows up. As an interpersonal skill, conflict management determines how well someone will get along with people. It is as wide as it sounds or seems, encompassing not only the distinct aspects of conflict resolution, but also the entire personality development of a person. There is a reason as to why some people are more adapt to solving conflicts than others. It all goes down to how one…

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  • Resolving Conflicts In The Workplace

    Starting a new job or entering into a new personal relationship can be difficult and sometimes those difficulty turns into conflicts. “Often conflict offend our views about how things should be and, even more, how people should be” (Hamilton 2013, p. 34) It’s just the facts, conflicts are complicated, part of life left and when left unresolved destroy relationship. How a person deals with conflict varied from individual to individual and what circumstances caused it to happen. It is imperative…

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  • Argumentative Essay On School Shootings

    26 people –including 20 children ages 6 and 7—dead” (CNN news Dana Ford and Catherine Shoichet). Another shooting that took place was in Virginia at Virginia Tech. “Twenty-three year old Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 people on the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, before taking his own life” (CNN news Library). With the shootings that have taken place, there is now a law…

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  • Emergency Management Case Study

    Introduction On April 16th 2007 in Blacksburg, VA at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Seung-Hui Cho a senior at the university shot a total of 49 people, killing 32 of them, then proceeded to turn the gun on himself in one of the most disastrous school murder-suicides of all time. One of the most casualty producing school shootings of all time. The damage was the lives of the taken students and the psychological health of those at the university. Within this shooting there were two incidents.…

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  • Response To Conflict

    Response to Conflict Disputes occur more often than thought. Although many are simply overcome, most aren’t. For this reason, there are many ways to go about the issue, sadly not all will result in a satisfactory way. Controversially, we could avoid the problem, but steering clear of the dilemma may not always be the best option. Then what is the most successful way to approach a problem? Remaining positive is the best way to solve a conflict. In fact, there are many examples in…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Passion For Film

    head and continue to wow myself with the ideas i can create just by listening to music and the emotion verbally shown through the background melody. I think the Pratt institute would be an amazing opportunity for me, by combining multiple forms of art into one piece can show infinite meanings and i feel that Pratt offers multiple opportunities for me to show and express my art forms located in a state that has inspired me each and every time i visit, i would…

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  • Weeksville Research Paper

    This year was the height of the civil rights movement, also in a Pratt institute class in Brooklyn by historian James Hurley. During the re-discovery of Weeksville an archeological dig in the 1960 's, because of this the Pratt institute class learned more about how African American really lived in the 19th and early 20th century. The Hunter fly Road House of Weeksville was the discovered remains of…

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  • Summer Scholarship Essay

    worker, and my art means everything to me, but I lack time. I’m honestly so nervous that I won’t have a full enough portfolio finished in the next year, to be able to get into my top-choice art school; the Pratt Institute of Art and Design. It is my dream to go to Pratt for design, and I think the Pratt precollege summer program will not only help develop the current love I have for the campus and the artwork being produced in school, but will also give me the understandings I need to excel in…

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  • Paul Rand: Graphic Design

    and so he did not have the approval of his father with his art as drawing the human figure was looked down upon. He used newspaper cartoon strips as his early inspiration for his sketches. He decided he wanted to be a painter and studied art at Pratt Institute. He began to have doubts about whether this was the right path for him as the Great Depression had begun. Rand began to dig into the art collection books and articles like Commercial Art at the New York Public Library where he discovered…

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  • Essay On Outpatient Psychiatrist

    I always knew that I wanted to be a doctor. It was the decision I never thought I would regret. I completed my General Psychiatry residency training at University of Hawaii and decided to go into Geriatric Psychiatry fellowship because of my special affinity with elderly and my interest in the integration of both Medicine and Psychiatry was appealing to my intellectual challenge. Since I complete my training, I have been practicing in varieties of setting. To satisfy my Visa requirement, I spent…

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