Punctuation is still a work in progress. My peer editors find many misplaced or forgotten commas. I will continue to use my peers as a resource to help eliminate these errors until I have a better understanding of how they are used. When reading aloud It is often hard for me to tell if a comma is misplaced or not. Writing in my discipline will require me to have a complete understanding of APA, which I learned how to do in this course.
One who is against Euthanasia may feel that although an individual may want to end their life due to terminal suffering, as mentioned before, even at the slightest of chances the individual may have a chance of healing and getting better with continuous treatment. There are some cases in which individual’s immune systems fight back and come back stronger and in a sense is clean of any infection. Another view is that, regardless of the process, assisted or unassisted, if the result is one’s death, the act is immoral. Last but not least, one who feels strongly against Euthanasia would argue that even Passive Euthanasia would lead to Active Euthanasia. Take the same part of the passage that I mentioned in the beginning.
The speaker Kwame Anthony Appiah I feel handled the opposing views by demonstrating his critical thinking skills. By setting the argument up as a question and answer Appiah gave room for he himself to touch on the opposing argument but would be able to use his critical thinking skills and turn the answer around in favor of his argument. Which also gave opportunity for new ideas that potentially were not originally to be discussed in his argument. Because when you are using critical thinking you can then change your answer to suit whatever situation you are
It provides useful descriptions and short summaries that describe the overall book and shortened version. This article will be useful to lay out the groundwork and the foundation to build upon my analysis. Koprince, Susan. "Words from the basement: Markus Zusak's The Book Thief." Notes on Contemporary Literature 41.1 (2011).
“Different types of conflict can have either positive or negative consequences. People typically think of relationship conflict, which does often trigger poor outcomes, but task conflict can actually lead to effective decisions” (Simons and Peterson, 2000). The last statement indicates that organizations sometimes should encourage conflicts in order to inspire changes and new ideas. We call them healthy conflicts. William Wrigley Jr. said that “when two always agree, one of them is unnecessary” (Tjosvold, 1993,
Although different points of view could lead to disrupt and conflict this conflict if verbally done would, in the end, help the community come up with a fusion of the ideas to better help the need. Conflict and debate are necessary to improve yourself and ideas. It is impossible for improvement without different ideas. Marcus Aurelius said,“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” This is saying that opinions aren’t fact so they can be molded to be better.
Peer Mediators must learn how to decipher from two sides of an argument, then suggest a solution that both party's can agree to. Peer Mediators must understand skills like attentive listening. Without attentive listening the Mediator could become lost in the argument. Note taking is also a good skill for Peer Mediators to practice so they can reflect back to the problems of each
Culture orientation paradigm acknowledges that culture differences and rules exist. Learning the cultures difference, norms, and rule will help prevent misunderstanding, embarrassment, and anger when groups are perceived to be a way that they are not. A person can study the differences in a culture and can be educated about a particular group. But still might not be able to provide adequate support or meet the cultures and group needs because of additional factors. Culture oppression paradigm approaches cultural diversity as an issue of politics and justice.
This is not always the case but it does happen. That’s why I would use the non- judgmental approach to the harm reduction dilemma. When using the non- judgmental approach I think that it is best to treat each individual with dignity and the upmost respect, regardless of the circumstance. This approach should be used even if what the individual is doing something that you don’t quite agree with. There are a lot of people that question if an intervention should engage or support behaviors that are not socially approved or viewed by some as immortal, to prevent further harm to certain people and I honestly think that it should only because I know
In general, such special and positive thought sets up a useful strategy to relieve people and prevent them from being panic. Specially when the worst scenarios come, people like Mitchell need some inspirations other than the horrific facts of disaster. Therefore, accepting fear can help create other optimistic perspective of current situation and then prevent people from doing something
Even the food could have tasted better if one person would went at a different friend than we would have, ergo people could argue with my statement and say that Tumbleweed was not the worst restaurant they 've ever been too. Being the worst restaurant experience I have ever encountered I have not gone back and have no intentions on going back to Tumbleweed in Seymour, Indiana. When going to a restaurant there are certain things you would expect, such as friendly faces, a clean space, and good food. One person should not assume this is what to get when you dine at this place. My friends and I had to even stop at a Taco Bell nearby because we could not eat the food from Tumbleweed and we were still starving.