Chapter four of They Say I Say, written by Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein, explain ways to offer your view in a conversation or in your academic writing. Chapter four provide details about the three basic ways to response to other people ideas, such as, agreeing, disagreeing or both. These techniques show his/her stand relative to other’s ideas. Mastering these basic ways can helps readers/writers understand more of where the author or their view stand. However, to move the conversation further, they must provide details to demonstrate their view is relevant to other’s ideas.Additional ways discussed in chapter four are the “duh” and “twisted” move.
For me, cultural competence is all about understanding the culture, belief and value of other people and your own. It is how we deal with our own and other people’s conviction. For one’s self, it is being culturally aware of how the world works and how each culture is different from each other. It is acquiring knowledge of other people’s customs and achieving cultural skills to share to everyone. It is our willingness to value other people’s way of life and accepting them openly.
To this day I have not felt this kind of teamwork emphasized in a program and it makes me excited to think of studying in an environment like this. I now see why Babson has one of the top entrepreneurial programs. I want to start my own venture that adds industry value as well as meets or exceeds shareholders goals, which aligns with Babson’s mission to educate entrepreneurial leaders economically and socially. I know that Babson will help me become a successful entrepreneur through its rich international network. It would allow me to learn from my peers of different cultures and work with them so that we can help one another economically and socially.
Everyone has their own sight, literally and figuratively. No one sees a certain situation exactly the same as another and it seems to be human nature to accept that one's own view is the correct one. This closed mindedness is seen through the first person narration in Raymond Carver's Cathedral. In this short story, the narrator claims a viewpoint with little to no knowledge and creates a barrier between the reader and the depths of who the blind man really is. The narrator exemplifies the human nature of closed mindedness through his journey from his metaphorical blindness to his newfound insight.
Cultural competence, is the ability to interact effectively with people of different cultures, helps to ensure the needs of all community members are addressed(Lee,Buse,&Fustukian,2002). Cultural diversity Diversity is a benefit to the world, because it allows us to experience different cultures and build relationships. People differ in many ways and but despite
Some days later, she met her friend John at the local coffee shop; John had dark skin and brown, warm eyes and an afro. They cached up on work and gossip when the coin fell out of her pocket. “Strange” she said to herself, she had forgotten about the coin. “Why, what’s that?” John asked her. “It’s a coin I found the other day when I was walking home from work.
Oedipus experienced blindness figuratively and eventually literally. The concept of sight and blindness in Oedipus Rex teaches many lessons. One lesson is that seeing something is based on one’s perspective, therefore it will not always be experienced the same way among different people. It depends on the way people perceive the information they receive. Another lesson is that a blind person may see more than someone who is not blind.
In this essay, I will be presenting some strengths and limitations of the reliability of one cognitive process, namely memory. Memory is defined as the process of organizing the multitude of information gathered through personal experience. Schema, defined as many networks of knowledge, beliefs, and expectations about aspects of the world, can help memory be more accurate, since people tend to remember details more vividly when their schemas are activated. However, each time a person recalls a memory, the memory is reconstructed. This is known as reconstructive memory.
There is little start up elements. One big problem for Cisco would be companies taking over and merging other companies into one. However it is extremely important for these companies to have the technological information and know how that Cisco has to be as successful as they have been throughout the years. It would be very hard for every company to come out of an economic global downturn like Cisco did and say that they have learned from their mistakes and have turned this crisis into an opportunity and have in fact gained more market share. Cisco is one of the main dealers in the area of revenues therefore it minimises any new competition even if the barriers to entry are