Relationships

Dual Relationships and Self Disclosure

Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure Chemical Dependency counselors have quite a few ethical dilemmas to deal with. Therapists that are in recovery may confront some even more complex dilemmas, opposed to those who are not. There is a high percentage of addiction counselors that are in recovery. In fact, 55% of 36,000 members of the National […]

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Customer Service & Relationship Management at Nordstorm

1.0 Learning Issues1. What is “inverted pyramid?”Inverting the organization pyramid chart, the bottom level of the chart which is normally the front-liner become the top of the chart whereas the board of director which is initially at the top shift to the bottom. It means that the company is empowering the employees, moving the responsibility […]

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The harmful effects of advertising to children

Advertising aimed at children is nothing new-remember “Trix are for kids”? But in today’s society, the under-thirteen age group is being seduced into consumer culture in increasingly harmful yet subtle ways. Marketers easily influence children’s values by stressing the importance of brand name awareness, which in turn promotes status craze. The theory of conspicuous consumption […]

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How will the Internet change market relationships

Riding with the technology wave, many firms invested in the Internet and related technologies in an attempt to try to gain competitive advantage over rivals by being the first to offer their products or services online. Many firms have found serious problems with pursuing this. The profitability of the industry was often undermined as companies […]

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How does Arthur Miller present family loyalty and conflict in A View from the Bridge

A View from the bridge is a play comprised of many complicated and intertwined relationships in 1940’s New York. As the main male characters are Italian, they have ancient moral values pertaining to loyalty and trust; not just within the home environment but within the wider community as well.Eddie Carbone, and his wife Beatrice, are […]

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Why did Harper Lee choose to have a child narrator in, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Harper Lee grew up in Alabama in the 1930s, and witnessed a great deal of racism around her as she grew up. ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is also set in 1930, and contains a child narrator, in the form of Scout, and therefore the racial divisions and conflict Harper Lee witnessed may be directly represented […]

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How does Thomas Hardy present men and women and their relationships in the three ‘Wessex Tales’

The relationships between men and women are explored seriously and humorously in ‘The Withered Arm’, ‘Tony Kytes – the Arch-Deceiver’, and ‘The Melancholy Hussar of the German Legion’. It is through the plot that concerns about marriage and social status are revealed, and through this Hardy presents a fictionalised picture of society and relationships at […]

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When Accidentally Threw Herself Down A Flight

She hoped that I would die in the accident and she would be able to continue her life without the burden of a child she had never wanted. What she didn’t anticipate was breaking her neck at the bottom. She was rushed to the hospital almost immediately, but it was too late. I, however, was […]

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Orthologs Identity Than Paralogs Within

The purpose of this experiment is to examine the amount of relation found in proteins recognized as homologs. In order to test our hypothesis which states that sequence identity shared among orthologous proteins is not different from the sequence identity shared among paralogous proteins, we used bioinformatic databases. We found that sequence identity of human […]

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Is gender about what children ‘are’ or about what they ‘do’

Upon looking into the argument as to how gender is ‘given’ to children or whether it is about what they pick up from society, it is firstly important to understand the difference between sex and gender. I will firstly begin by addressing this question and then will be looking into it in more detail, looking […]

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Children of Alcoholics, the Forgotten Victims

“Alcoholism is a [progressive] disease that not only affects alcoholics themselves, but also greatly affects their families and friends. The problems created by an alcoholic in the family can leave husbands and wives frustrated and angry. It can leave children confused, hurt, and lost” (Trapani 19). Today in the United States, there are approximately twenty-eight […]

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How James Joyce Conveys His Views On Marriage

James Joyce’s views on marriage and the relationship between men and woman are emphatically expressed throughout Dubliners, his collection of short stories, but are particularly foregrounded in my two chosen stories from the married and celibate sections of the mature-life group: ‘A Little Cloud’ and ‘A Painful Case’.These narratives present to the reader two different […]

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The impairments typically observed in children with autism

Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder characterised by a range of impairments which vary enormously. Autistic spectrum disorder is a commonly used term to reflect the complex combination of symptoms that often arise before the age of three and continue through life. However there are three core features of the autistic spectrum that are fundamental […]

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Read the first 15 lines of the ‘Wise Children’

Carter has condensed a number of reoccurring themes and viewpoints into the first 15 lines of the novel. Indeed, the first two lines of this extract introduces the reader to the central theme of duality with Carter using the symbol of the city as a starting point.”Why is London like Budapest?Because it is two cities […]

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Hollywood Renaissance-The Godfather

Discuss to what extent The Godfather Part 1 is a product of transformation in Hollywood since the ‘Classic’ period. In this essay you should consider any continuities with the classical period, as well as the changes that emerge from the late 1960’s onward. Address any issues in the film that arise from the social and […]

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Outline the background to China’s One Child Family policy and assess its likely success

China has long been a nation with a large populace. By the time the People’s Republic of China (PRC) was founded in 1949 its population totalled 540 million. By July 1990 China’s population reached 1. 16 billion and accounted for 22% of the world’s population (Chen, 1995). In addition to a rapid increase in population, […]

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Children of Heaven (1997)

In Children of Heaven (1997), director Majid Majidi explores the world of children in Iran through a sweet little story of an ordinary family. With its moving plot development, realistic and plain camera movement, and an intuitive and down-to-earth performance by the two young actors (Amir Farrokh Hashemian as Ali, and Behare Seddiqi as Zahra), […]

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The Godfather “An offer you can’t refuse!”

1. IntroductionOriginally, we decided to write this term paper after our presentation on the first part of The Godfather and quite some time has passed ever since then. So writing this brief guideline is the end of a personal odyssey full of discussions with Godfather fans and the search for information using various media sources. […]

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Theories on the Family

In sociology the topic of the family is important because of the role it has in society. Three theories in sociology that give an account of the role and purpose that the family has in society are functionalism, Marxism and feminism. Each theory has strengths and weaknesses as well as research studies that support their […]

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The sociological and psychological perspectives as a multi disciplinary explanation to why children may kill

When defining sociological aspects of crime and the issues of social exclusion. Percy-Smith (2000) noted a multitude of dimensional causes such as economic and political gain escalated into conflicts, which reinforced behaviour amongst a working class community. This analogy alone could explain why some children from certain backgrounds kill. Young (2002) recognised that one of […]

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Williamson, Freud, Foucault, and the Family Photograph

There are many ways in which a picture may be analyzed. Even a simple family picture taken during a baptism leaves itself open to numerous means of interpretation and analysis. The picture chosen to be analyzed for this essay draws from aspects of Judith Williamson’s “Family, Education, Photography”, Sigmund Freud’s “The Mind and Its Workings”, […]

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How and why a feminist critique of the family developed and apply this perspective to a specific aspect of family life

A Feminist critique of society developed because of the social subordination of women as a race all through history. A Feminist critique of the family developed because the family is seen as the most fundamental institution in society, one that upholds common public morals and ensures the future for society. As women have undeniably been […]

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