Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Material Industry Trends in the Global Economy I. Official Summary The target of this paper is to look at how the improvement of a material industry adds to financial development in the worldwide economy. Since material assembling is a work concentrated industry, creating nations can use their work surplus to enter the market and start the way toward building a mechanical economy. Rising economies at that point search externally to build up a fare procedure dependent on their similar preferred position in labor costs. Material creation and utilization is an undeniably worldwide undertaking as creation keeps on moving to creating nations. Creating nations have seen a blast in the development of their material fares, and for some nations materials are a noteworthy segment of their absolute fares. Because of expanding rivalry from low-esteem imports from creating nations, industry pioneers in created nations have made noteworthy capital interests so as to build efficiency and move into cutting edge advertise divisions. There are a few exchange understandings place that sway world material exchange. The African Growth and Opportunities Act, Andean Trade Preference Act, and Trade Promotion Act are each intended to change material exchange and give equivalent market access to both creating and created nations. In spite of the likely monetary and social advantages, the adequacy of these exchange strategies is constrained by unique intrigue governmental issues in the created world. The nearness of a political economy in created nations can influence both the development of and the adherence to global exchange understandings; industry pioneers can in any case advance to the World Trade Organization or their Trade... ... as Kenya Plans More EPZs.Ã¢â¬ East African 22 April 2002. 10 October 2002 <http://www.nationaudio.com/News/EastAFrican/29042002/Business/ Business8.html> Tomkin, Robert. Exchange Promotion Authority: CQ House Action Report. July 26, 2002. Ã¢â¬Å"Trade with Sub-Saharan AfricaÃ¢â¬ Export America. December 2001. U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, The U.S. Material and Apparel Industry: A Revolution in ProgressÃ¢â¬Special Report, OTA-TET-332 (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, April 1987). <http://www.wws.princeton.edu/cgi-canister/byteserv.prl/~ota/disk2/1987/8733/873306.PDF> Yang, Yongzheng. Ã¢â¬Å"ChinaÃ¢â¬â¢s Textile and Clothing Exports: Changing International Comparative Advantage and its Policy Implications.Ã¢â¬ Asia Pacific Press, 1999. http://ncdsnet.anu.edu.au/ <http://usembassy.state.gov/osts/tzl/wwwhtp24.html> [link no longer working]
Saturday, August 22, 2020
History of Fe del Mundo, Noted Filipino Pediatrician Fe Del Mundo (Nov. 27, 1911Ã¢â¬Aug. 6, 2011) is attributed with considers that prompted the innovation of an improved hatchery and a gadget to treat jaundice.Ã Along with spearheading work inÃ¢ pediatrics, she had a functioning clinical practiceÃ¢ in the Philippines that crossed eight decades and established a significant childrens emergency clinic in that nation. Quick Facts: Fe Del Mundo Known For: Conducted examines that prompted the innovation of an improved hatchery and a gadget to treat jaundice. She likewise established a significant childrens emergency clinic in the Philippines and made the BRAT diet.Also Known As: Fe Villanueva del Mundo, FÃ£ © Primitiva del Mundo y VillanuevaBorn: Nov. 27, 1911 in Manila, PhilippinesParents: Paz (nÃ£ ©e Villanueva) and Bernardo del MundoDied: Aug. 6, 2011Ã¢ in Quezon City, PhilippinesEducation: UP College of Medicine (unique grounds of theÃ University of the Philippines)Ã inÃ Manila (1926Ã¢â¬1933, clinical degree),Ã Boston University School of Medicine (Master of Science in Bacteriology, 1940), Harvard Medical Schools Childrens Hospital (1939Ã¢â¬1941, two-year look into fellowship)Published Works: Textbook of Pediatrics and Child Health (1982), she additionally created in excess of 100 articles, audits, and reports distributed inÃ¢ medical journalsAwards and Honors: National Scientist of the Philippines, Elizabeth Black well Award for Outstanding Service to Mankind (1966), Ramon Magsaysay Award for Outstanding Public Service (1977), named Outstanding Pediatrician and Humanitarian by the International Pediatric Association (1977)Notable Quote: Ã¢â¬Å"I advised the Americans who needed me to remain that I want to return home and help the kids. I realize that with my preparation for a long time at Harvard and diverse clinical establishments in America, I can do much.Ã¢â¬ Early Years and Education Del Mundo was conceived in Manila on Nov. 27, 1911. She was the 6th of eight children.Ã Her father Bernardo served one term in the Philippine Assembly, speaking to the area ofÃ Tayabas. Three of her eight kin kicked the bucket in infancy,Ã¢ while a more seasoned sister passed on fromÃ¢ appendicitisÃ¢ at age 11.Ã It was the demise of her more seasoned sister, who had made realized her craving to turn into a specialist for poor people, that pushed the youthful Del Mundo toward the clinical calling. At age 15, Del Mundo entered the University of the Philippines and earned a clinical degree with most noteworthy distinctions in 1933. In 1940, she got an experts degree in bacteriology from the Boston University School of Medicine. A few sources state that Del Mundo was Harvard Medical Schools first female clinical understudy. The college itself says that is mistaken, as Harvard didn't concede female clinical understudies at that point and there are no records of Del Mundo joining in or graduating. Be that as it may, Del Mundo completed a two-year look into association at Harvard Medical Schools Childrens Hospital in 1941. The Angel of Santo Tomas Del Mundo came back to the Philippines in 1941. She joined theÃ International Red CrossÃ¢ and elected to think about kids internees at theÃ University of Santo TomasÃ¢ internment camp for outside nationals.Ã She built up a stopgap hospice inside the internment camp and got known as The Angel of Santo Tomas. After the Japanese specialists shut down the hospice in 1943, Del Mundo was asked by Manilas chairman to head a childrens emergency clinic under the support of the regional government. The emergency clinic was later changed over into a full-care clinical focus to adapt to the expanding losses during theÃ Battle of Manila and would be renamed the North General Hospital. Del Mundo would remain the emergency clinics executive until 1948. Del Mundo later turned into the executive of the Department of Pediatrics at Far Eastern University and her achievements in investigate encompassing newborn child care prompted commonlyÃ¢ practicedÃ¢ methods around the world including the BRAT diet, which fixes looseness of the bowels. Del Mundo Opens Hospital Baffled by the bureaucratic requirements in working for an administration clinic, Del Mundo needed to set up her own pediatric emergency clinic. She offered her home and got an advance to back the development of her own emergency clinic. The Childrens Medical Center, a 100-bed clinic found inÃ Quezon City, was initiated in 1957 as the principal pediatric emergency clinic in the Philippines. The emergency clinic was extended in 1966 through the foundation of an Institute of Maternal and Child Health, the main establishment of its sort inÃ Asia. Later Years and Death Having offered her home to back the clinical focus, del Mundo decided to dwell on the second floor of the medical clinic itself. She held her living quarters at the medical clinic, rising every day and proceeding to make her day by day adjusts, despite the fact that she was wheelchair-bound in her later years. Del Mundo kicked the bucket at age 99 on Aug. 6, 2011,Ã¢ in Quezon City, Philippines. Heritage Del Mundos achievements are still recalled a very long time after her demise. The emergency clinic she established is as yet open and now bears her name, the Fe Del Mundo Medical Center. In November 2018, Del Mundo was regarded with a Google doodle. Under the doodle, which the internet searcher website shows at times on its landing page to respect different striking people, Google included the subtitle: Del Mundos decision to have practical experience in pediatrics may have been molded by the loss of 3 kin, who passed on as newborn children during her youth in Manila. Sources Betuel, Emma. Ã¢â¬Å"Fe Del Mundo, Fearless Female Doctor, Describes Her Life in Her Own Words.Ã¢â¬ Ã Inverse.Chris Riotta New York chrisriotta. Ã¢â¬Å"Inside the Life of Fe Del Mundo, Harvard Medical Schools First Female Student.Ã¢â¬ Ã The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, 27 Nov. 2018.Ã¢â¬Å"Home.Ã¢â¬ Fe Del Mundo Medical Center | Hospital Quezon City, 19 Mar. 2019.Ã¢â¬Å"HWS: Fe Del Mundo.Ã¢â¬ Ã Hobart and William Smith CollegesÃ¯ » ¿Smith, Kiona N. Ã¢â¬Å"Tuesdays Google Doodle Honors Pediatrician Fe Del Mundo.Ã¢â¬ Ã Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 27 Nov. 2018.
Friday, August 21, 2020
Maintaining Your Mental Health as a Teacher Self-care is important, especially when you spend the majority of your day focused on the well-being of others. by Lisa Koplik Sometimes as a teacher, I feel as though I lead multiple lives. I have my teacher persona and then my everywhere else persona, which can be exhausting and confusing, especially if I accidentally carry one persona over to another part of my day! While living a double life has its downsides, it's also beneficial to be able to disconnect from work in your personal time. Work/life balance is hard to achieve, but not impossible. See the tips below in order to make the most out of your hectic life as a teacher and still feel fulfilled. 1. Exercise Doctors tell you, your crazy friend who does spin tells you, even you tell you: exercise! There are so many proven health benefits to exercise that you're throwing away if you don't get moving a few times a week. As a teacher, exercise has a special place in my heart. It is truly one of the only times during the week that I am actually able to forget about my students and focus on myself. It's healthy to let your students leave your mind from time to time, as they consume so much of our energy throughout the day (and sometimes nights!). If you find yourself making excuses such as, I have kids, I don't have time, or the gym is too expensive find a YouTube video and work out in your living room! Your own body has so much more power than you think. Exercise is a great way to help yourself and your students by creating some mental distance from the classroom. 2. Make Time to Socialize You may feel that there is no way you can see your friends or family other than for absolutely mandatory obligations: a milestone birthday, a kid's birthday, a holiday party, and so on, but to limit yourself to only these kinds of high-energy social interactions will result in even more burnout. Plan one day per week (or two weeks, monthly, etc.) to see friends and actually stick to it. Having something to look forward to and spending some downtime with close friends is essential to maintaining sanity. 3. Find Outside Professional Opportunities If you're like many teachers, you take on more than just your teaching job. Perhaps you work a few nights as a bartender, waitress, or sales associate. Perhaps you babysit, tutor, or work at a daycare on weekends. If you've decided to take on multiple jobs, more power to you. While working multiple jobs can add stress, it can also allow for a mental break from your teacher persona. I currently teach fourth grade while also working three shifts per week at a clothing store, and it's a complete change moving from one job to the next. I find that the extra money, adult interaction, and satisfaction of helping people helps me feel fulfilled, and it also helps me truly appreciate time off! If you're like me and enjoy filling your life with people and activities, multiple jobs may actually help you in more ways than just financially. 4. Think Before You Vent Again, if you're like me, you tend to surround yourself with other teacher friends who understand what you're going through. I find that sometimes, venting with these friends can really help me work through any stress or issues I may be having at school, but sometimes, it's better to talk about anything else. When I constantly think about my students and discuss them at length, it can lead to more worry! For the sake of your mental health, it is best to enjoy the company of those around you without always bringing it back to the classroom. 5. Don't Shy Away From Therapy Unfortunately, going to therapy is not something that a lot of people feel comfortable discussing, but I'd like to work to change the dialogue that surrounds therapy. Therapy is not something people should be ashamed of, in fact, quite the opposite. You wouldn't feel embarrassed to tell a coworker about going to the emergency room for a broken arm. You wouldn't feel strange discussing antibiotics for a sinus infection. Why should mental health be any different? If therapy is something you're considering, I highly recommend: go. You won't regret it. 6. Go to Sleep! And finally, get some sleep. Enough said! (If you need a little help, there's always an app for that.) How do you keep stress at bay? Share with us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Want more from this author? Check out Lisa's advice on classroom seating or creating meaningful classroom rules with your students. Author Bio: Lisa Koplik is a fourth-grade teacher at the Greenwood School in Wakefield, Massachusetts. She loves teaching math, reading intense read-aloud books that promote complaints when she has to stop reading, and figuring out educational games to play with her students. Check out her video series on classroom management!
Sunday, May 24, 2020
Summer Evans Essay 4 Prof. LaTour Eng. 101 Specific Gender Roles What are gender roles? Gender roles are those that are portrayed by a certain gender identity. In other words, a male and/or female should act and dress as if their gender is supposed to as seen by society. Guys will wear shorts and a T-shirt while girls will wear dresses and skirts; that is just how society sees an individual. Men and womenÃ¢â¬â¢s gender roles reflect on what others will think in todayÃ¢â¬â¢s society. Society sees men and women playing their own role. We expect a woman to do things like cook, clean, and do laundry while we expect the men to work all day and earn the money that we as women spend. We are born with a specific gender, as we get older we start toÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Society stereotypes gender roles, but believe that these specific roles do not reflect on how society today sees us. Society will judge and stereotype every little thing done in this world; it does not matter what gender role you are playing or what gender identity is presented. A quote in the text states, Ã¢â¬Å"People use femininity or masculinity to claim and communicate their membership in their assigned, or chosen, sex or gender. Others recognize our sex or gender more on the basis of these characteristics than on the basis of sex characteristics, which are usually largely covered by clothing in daily lifeÃ¢â¬ (Devor 475). In other words, this author is trying to say that it does not matter what a person looks like under or on top of their clothes. Society sees a person and treats them how they want to be treated and how they present themselves and their characteristics. Gender roles are over stereotyped. Society for example, believes women should be stay at home mothers while men should go out and work all day. Women should remain clean while men go out and get their hands dirty. 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Thursday, May 14, 2020
Michael Mangin SOC 1E BY NIJOLE BENOKRAITIS CHAPTER 4 - SOCIALIZATION Homework Questions MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. _____ is the lifelong process of social interaction in which an individual acquires a social identify. a. The generalized other b. The looking-glass self c. Socialization d. Resocialization e. The sense of self Adrian, from the time he was born, began learning how to think and behave effectively in society. He learned language, norms, and values first from his parents and then from his peers. Adrian went through a process of a. learning. b. socialization. c. culture. d. resocialization. e. nurturing. 2. 3. Socialization begins at a. birth. b. age 1. c. age 2. d. age 5. e. when a child begins to speak. Benjamin describesÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦a. The statement is an example of the nurture side of the debate. b. The statement is an example of the nature side of the debate. c. The statement is an example of neither the nurture nor the nature side of the debate. d. 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Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Shakespeare has delivered his plays in many different ways, and Macbeth is one that demonstrated violence and murder. The banquet scene that occurs in Act 3 Scene 4 of Macbeth has contributed to the play signiÃ¯ ¬ cantly in many ways. It has contributed in the development of the plot, the development of a major theme, and the revelation of the different sides of different characters. ! In Macbeth, the story revolved around Macbeth, hence the name of the title. The plot further developed following the banquet scene because that scene caused and allowed other events to happen. After the banquet scene, Macbeth met up with the three witches and said that he should not have said. Just because he disagreed with what they had to say to him, he said, Ã¢â¬Å"And an eternal curse fall on you!Ã¢â¬ (IV i 105) Macbeth said them with arrogance; without realising how much power the witches had themselves. But gradually, the unfortunate things that the witches said did happen to Macbeth. 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Without Shakespeare, the English language would have never expanded at the rate it did, erasing many common wordsRead MoreCharacters In Macbeth995 Words Ã |Ã 4 PagesIn Macbeth by William Shakespe are, numerous of events occur. A series of characters are introduced such as Lady Macbeth, King Duncan, Banquo, Macduff and many others throughout the play. As many introductions of characters are put in place, the plot of the story changes from time to time. The three most important events that occur in Macbeth are the prophecies that the witches tell Macbeth and Banquo (1.3.50-53), the death of King Duncan (2.2.19) and the death of Macbeth (5.8.32-40). These eventsRead MoreMacbeth Book Review809 Words Ã |Ã 4 PagesLadan Abdullahi MacbethÃ¢â¬â¢s Destiny: The Tragedy of Macbeth Review William Shakespeare is a playwright and actor born in April 1564. William, a wealthy landowner who lived in Stratford upon-Avon, married Anne Hathaway and had three children. In 1623, Shakespeare published The Tragedy of Macbeth. Whilst researching for Macbeth, Ã¢â¬Å"Shakespeare found a spectacle of violence- the slaughter of whole armies and of innocent families, the ambush of noble by murderers, the brutal execution of rebels. HeRead MoreGerald Deocariza Iii. Mrs. Jardine. English 3, Period 4.1161 Words Ã |Ã 5 Pagesserious downfall and set as the protagonists of a dramatic tragedy. A tragic hero gets For example, William Shakespeare wrote a play called The Tragedy of Macbeth to show MacbethÃ¢â¬â¢s uprisings and downfalls. MacbethÃ¢â¬â¢s downfall results to wrong judgements that combines fate and external forces. If his downfalls does not kill him, his downfalls can cause the tragic hero to suffer for the rest of his life. Macbeth gains the utmost respect from other people; on the other hand, he also loses everything he gainedRead MoreDramatic Tension in Act 2, Scene 2 of Macbeth Essay1217 Words Ã |Ã 5 PagesMacbeth assignment What do you consider to be the most successful stage effect and language techniques used to create dramatic tension in Act 2, Scene 2? Macbeth is a well known, famous story by William Shakespeare which is about the tragedy of ambition and how it destroys Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Both are forever damned to a state of fearful awareness, and insomnia as a result of murdering King Duncan. This sets off an unstoppable chain of events which ends in Macbeth himself being killed andRead MoreThe Horror Of William Shakespeare s Macbeth1409 Words Ã |Ã 6 Pagesworks. Macbeth is a dark and horror play written by the great William Shakespeare in the 1600s. Like any other of his plays, it has also gained a crowd of audience and was performed in front of kings. ShakespeareÃ¢â¬â¢s Macbeth returns back to the Scottish history during the eleventh century, when a spectacle of violence- slaughter of innocent families; assassination of nobles and kings; and ruthless execution of rebels- witchcraft and the supernatural filled the streets of England (Ã¢â¬Å"MacbethÃ¢â¬ ¦Ã¢â¬ ). DuringRead MoreBlind Violence and Desire in Macbeth Essay802 Words Ã |Ã 4 PagesIn Macbeth desire and violence are prevalent throughout the book. Desire blinds oneÃ¢â¬â¢s ability to think clearly when making a decision. If violence is used due to oneÃ¢â¬â¢s desire than violence becomes a never ending cycle until the outcome of the violence goes against the one whose desire led to violence. When making a decision, one should use reason, which is having a logical justificati on or motive. Violence is committed many times in the book but not all for the same motive. Macbeth commits several
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