Athens and China many appear very different, but I think they are more similar than they appear. In China since it there was a lot of power in the hands of the Emperor some people might expect that the citizens in China had little to do with the government. However like Athens the citizens did take part in the government. China still was supported and involved the people in the government like Athens. Document 2 states “Those who ruled are supported by those who are ruled.”
No i don't think Athens was truly democratic because, all the rules of ancient Athens are very unfair with all their rules and rights for all citizens. The first reason is because Our constitution favors many instead of the few, this is also why it's called a democracy. This basically means that if you are not wetly than they won't treat us the same as wealthy people. And they only let men vote which means that only 12% in ancient Athens can vote. In Athens no one had freedom of thought and expression either.
Augustus which was the name of a man that was strong and selfless and created a way of life without a dictating idiot like most colonies of rulers. He had change the way of life in Rome. This is his very own story Augustus was a very successful man. “He created a city police.
The first reason the Dark Ages were not as dark as the name claims for them to be, is because during the Dark Ages there were tons of advances in education. The information in Doc A that claims “Europe suffered a decline in commerce and manufacturing, in education, in literature and the arts and in almost all that makes possible a high civilization.” is completely biased. And that the Dark Ages “Did not support learning” (Background Information) which is completely untrue. During the Dark Ages, there were still people learning and teaching. One of them being a monk named Richer, who “went to the town of Chartres, in what is today France, to study.”
Alignment assignment technique! Those are the three words that have been screamed in my face by coach Eben. I swear the man thinks we could end world hunger if everyone would just have good alignment, assignment, and technique. Alignment, assignment, and technique are also known as AAT. To play anywhere on the football field you have to have good AAT, but especially if you want to play defensive tackle, or DT.
You brought up a very interesting points about DBQ 'S. I hated DBQ 'S as a child, maybe it was because social studies was not my favorite subject. The part I hated the most was analyzing the documents and interpreting them in my own words. The most difficult part for me was citing lines from the document to support my answers. Similar to you experience with social studies class, I also believe that the vocabulary used in certain documents were not grade level vocabulary words. I think that if social studies class included a lot more informational reading, students will better interpret and understand the concepts of the subject area.
Leadership is a crucial element in successfully managing a company. Police officers of all ranks function as leaders when they attempt to obtain compliance or cooperation from other persons when performing a task, solving a problem, or accomplishing a goal. Patrol officers, investigators, and other personnel act as leaders when dealing with victims, suspects, informers, witnesses and often when they are involved in community policing and problem solving. Supervisors, managers and executives function as leaders when they organize, plan and evaluate police activities and motivating employees. In this essay the five types of leadership autocratic, bureaucratic, diplomatic, participative and free-rein will be discussed as well as their effectiveness
HOW LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOUR MAY INFLUENCE GROUP DYNAMICS IN ORGANISATIONS 1.0 INTRODUCTION The purpose of this essay is to explain how leadership behaviour may influence group dynamics in organisations. Leadership behaviour is the behaviour; a leader exhibits (Malik, Aziz and Hassan, 2014) and according to (Malik, Aziz and Hassan, 2014) (House et al, 2002) leadership means an ability to influence, motivate and enable others in a way that they contribute towards the efficiency and accomplishment of the mission and goals of organisations which have employed them. On the other hand, this essay involves the study and analysis of how people interact and communicate to each other in small groups.
Belbin and his team began to identify separate clusters of behavior, each of which formed distinct team contributions or “Team Roles.” They defined a team role as: “A tendency to behave, contribute and interrelate with others in a particular way.” Belbin’s work uncovered nine archetypal team roles, all of which have essential parts to play in successful team work over time. Belbin’s research also gives team members a common language to help individuals form productive working relationships, develop high-performing teams, raise self-awareness, identify talent, and aid in recruitment.
(U) Essay Exam Question 1. (U) How did British employment of aerial reconnaissance for intelligence differ between World Wars One and Two? At what echelons (tactical, operational, strategic) did such intelligence play a role during each conflict and why? (U) The actual full utilization of aerial reconnaissance using heavier than air platforms occurred during