Another security measures that should be taken to prevent mass shootings is designing buildings to make it much more difficult for potential shooters to commit a shooting. According to Architectural Digest, “these shootings always entail the gross misuse of firearms, but they also tend to involve an unexpected breach of a building—a movie theater, hotel, or school—so architects, too, are looking for ways to render buildings and landscapes better able to ward off, or at least mitigate the effects of, the threats
In contrast misconceptions are form from incorrect views based on untruths that are given to people on lack of understanding. There is a lack of understanding because many people are not knowledge of those groups of people. Take the military as an example, in this case the Army, both men and women endure the same basic training and take the exact same qualification
J. Martin Daughtry makes various claims about music and sound in the context of US military involvement in Iraq in his book Listening to War. Throughout the book he details the how troops receives specialized training on interpreting sounds, and gives vital incite into how soldiers use music in their daily activities. Despite never serving, Daughtry preserves authenticity with numerous first hand accounts and testimonials. Most of his stronger claims have this support: like his exploration into music as a tool for soldiers to adopt a mindset appropriate for the task at hand and as a psychological and physical defense mechanism. Many of Daughtry’s ideas are well illustrated through Orlando Caholo’s music video titled “IRAQ (EYE OF THE TIGER)”.
The ROMO looks at a wide variety military operations that ranges from security cooperation, crisis response, and major operations and campaigns. Operational reach is the distance that a military force can employ their military capabilities into combat operation. The majority U.S. Army forces will have to conduct Reception, Staging, Onward movement, and Integration operations before a major operation. The U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy operational reach extended further than the U.S. Army. It was important to understand the capabilities of our Sisters Services and Special Operation Forces.
The army may have great benefits for it’s soldiers but it 's something I would never sign my life away too. High school has given me a quality education and have influenced me to go receive a higher education by attending a college and becoming a professional,
Focus: Loshane will learn and practice the ability to manage and express emotions of anger. Ms. Smalls (MHS) Loshane and Mrs. Blakeney (MHS) debrief incidents of displayed aggression. Intervention: MHP, MHS and Loshane process a recent incident of Loshane display of verbal aggression. MHP and MHS discuss outcomes of the display behaviors. MHP explain the MHS suspicion of substance abuse warrants a drug test.
The values he worked to impart on us seem basic in retrospect, but at the time were a massive clarification for many, myself included. Applying ideas like “gather as many facts as possible”, “overanalyze”, and, “ensure we do what’s best for our soldiers” to the less-than-empathetic various constructs and practices carried out in our military allowed for a much different perspective than my prior experiences - it was like having a lightbulb of common sense switch on. I believe Rommel had a similar effect with his soldiers, fellow peers, and superiors. He was the team’s leading quarterback whose natural intuition was given consideration and acknowledgment by the coach, team, and crowd around him, knowing that the decisions he’d make were reliable as being best for the mission, soldiers, and ultimately the
Binge drinking is one of the most problematic behaviors among college students. Research conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health, Saint Joseph’s University and the University of Arizona attributed the increase in rape cases to heavy drinking college environments (College Alcohol Study par. 1). Furthermore, the study found that college women with medium and high-binge drinking rates stood high chances of getting sexual assaulted while intoxicated. Overconsumption of alcohol on university campuses leads to an increase in sexual assaults and implementing mandatory alcohol workshops will reduce the number of cases by exposing incoming freshman to the dangers of alcohol in conjunction with sexual assaults. Sexual assault has been defined
In article of “Guns, Campuses and Madness”, Frank Bruni thinks that how the students of the University of Texas think about misbehavior of firearms. College students across the country are very interested in emotional safety, and some schools add "trigger warning" to novels and other texts. They make some rules for campus that people who have gun do not carry into the classroom. One of the rules is that they can
Understanding Military, Institutional, and Academic Cultures Student veterans have been an important population that has contributed to the diversity of college and university campuses since the latter part of the 1940s when veterans first became prominent in the US higher education following the end of World War II. The launch of the original GI Bill programs and the current post 9/11 GI Bill enacted in 2009 have made it much more assessable for military veterans to attend college, by enacting financial incentives that pay for tuition, textbooks, and housing. It is estimated by the year 2020 over 5 million service members will leave the service and a large portion of them will be choosing to pursue a college education (Vacchi). Therefore,
Keith Shirey is a writer for The Spoof!, an online website that focuses on what the title echoes. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a spoof is a light humorous parody (Spoof). Most spoofs are only supposed to only be taken with a grain of salt, but some writers use it to add emphasis to their writing. When analyzing Keith’s article “College Football Teams Should Go Semi-Pro”, he uses examples of humor, ridicule, statistics, and emotional appeal to stress his argument to the typical person that college football has become so enormous that they could create their own semi-pro teams.
The analysis I made was based on Douglas McGray’s article “Lost in America”. You did a great job starting your introduction in a creative way using a question as attention-grabber. It is an effective strategy to grab the reader’s attention. You briefly summarized the article’s main points; it provides readers a brief explanation of what will be further analyzed. You also established a very solid thesis statement with a purpose, audience and rhetorical device being analyzed.
Academic writing is conducted in several sets of forms and genres, normally in an impersonal and dispassionate tone, targeted for a critical and informed audience, based on closely investigated knowledge, and intended to reinforce or challenge concepts or arguments. It usually circulates within the academic world ('the academy'), but the academic writer may also find an audience outside via journalism, speeches, pamphlets, etc. Typically, scholarly writing has an objective stance, clearly states the significance of the topic, and is organized with adequate detail so that other scholars may try to replicate the results. Strong papers are not overly general and correctly utilize formal academic rhetoric. (WIKI
The University of Alabama’s graduate program in Composition and Rhetoric would allow me to reach my goals in becoming an English teacher within the community college system. As a non-traditional student my journey to higher education started at a community college. I quickly noticed that where college students in that system struggled the most was when it came to their skills in writing. The students lacked any direction or foundation on how to write properly and effectively. Because of this deficit in their skill set