In “Racism in the Academy,” Eisenkraft (2010) tried to make her audience of academics in the Canadian universities authentically realize the existence of racism in university faculties, thus offer recommendations to improve the present situations and expressed an optimistic attitude of the improvement for the institution. To support her argument, she employed several rhetorical strategies: she employed the logical appeal by using facts, and evidence from university faculties; she employed an extrinsic ethical appeals by quoting words from experts who exactly from the environment in which faculties suffer discrimination. She appealed to intrinsic ethos by selecting particular words to make her audience conjure up the seriousness of the deepseated
Using coordinates or simple objectives allows the ability to make proper determination. Geographic data allows identifiable information to be offered to subscribers with the encouragement of geographical indicators.Display tools offer a realism of visual effects and the most applicable advantages. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, spatial statics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Systems of these nature offer geographers collaborative and analyzed information far more unique than traditional research techniques (Geographic Information Systems as an Integrating Technology: Context, Concepts, and Definitions,2015). Lastly, geographic reality and space relation must be gathered using input and output of data and formulaic sequences, but the tools make them applicable to user. An example of this is the difference between application like Google Maps and Map running of server IOS server.
Contemporary American society no longer seeks answers to these questions as moral relativism destroyed the existence of an answer. This is the beginning of Bloom’s analysis and the conclusions drawn from it are important stern indictments of American society. While Bloom does create a memorable and condemning critique of American society, some of the conclusions are not strongly connected to moral relativism. Bloom begins by stating that almost all university students he has encountered are moral relativists (Bloom 25). These students are not willing to rank cultural norms, believe that different cultures are equal and above judgment.
In the broad scoop of everything human race is depended on the environment to stay favorable because when it does not then the human race suffers. Diamond writes “The whole modern world has been shaped by lopsided outcomes.”(Diamond, 1999, p. 25). The “lopsided outcomes” he mentions has shaped what the human race is today. It is interesting to look at the realizations that the reason the human race developed the way it did is because of these chain of lopsided outcomes that led to favorable outcome for some. When applied to history it is seemly factual that the series of invites have led to the reason that humans beings are even where they are now.
Another major factor that appears to have had great influence on this situation was the attitude and behavior of the ALTs (Mark and Suzanne) they both disliked Mr. Higashi and openly complained about his incompetence and the Japanese style of management. Ultimately it can be said that both sides in this issue did not fully understand or respect the other party. Conclusion In this week’s assignment, we discussed the Sick Leave case study. First, we looked at what this dispute was about for Kelly and Mr. Higashi, and if compromise was possible in this dispute. Next we discussed how cross-cultural communications impacted in this negotiation.
Both of the claims justify the way how not only the Cherokee got mistreated and betrayed, but other tribes as well. Also the white Americans caused controversy by making the situation worse in America today for Indians. Now the Cherokee tribe not being treated equally, it has affected Indians in today 's world. A conflict that has been affecting the Indians due to their low employment opportunities that tend to be limited for them because of their past history. Cherokees, low unemployment figures are high and increasing overtime.
Geography. Geography includes our understanding of the climates, economies, and different cultures of the ever changing world. Considering the effects of geography in literature encourages one to learn how an individual perception is affected and how it changes as a result. Thomas Foster in “Geography Matters” states that “Geography can also define or even develop a character” (Foster 167). In Cold Mountain, Charles Frazier uses Inman’s psychological
Living in enormously different pod communities I noticed that both have rather traditional views and expectations. Sometimes these views seem a little stale and restricting, but can seem enticing when one has had little exposure in the world. What if there was someone who came into your life who was raised completely different from you and your peers, and they help you grow in any capacity, as was the case in The Lesson? That would be a positive change right? Perhaps the community, in its isolation leads to shortcomings, but having a mindset towards the enrichment of people cannot be
However I did not do a good job, to improve I should get more comfortable with speaking, which would help me actually debate next time, and contribute more. The intro speeches did not help me with becoming more comfortable while speaking, because public speaking is always horrible for me. The speech did set a limit on how bad my can be in the future. I personally am against the pipeline and dislike that I had to debate for it, especially from an environmental standpoint. However, I learned a lot about the hazards of natural gas pipelines such as leaks and explosions.
In order to overcome these problems of overusing oil and resources, there has to be balance and good judgement. Although, to have good judgement, there has to be sound government contracts that are favorable to the good of the people and not only the economy. Overall Eisenhower 's “Farewell Address” speech, and Pollan’s novel, “The Omnivore 's Dilemma” foreshadow and demonstrate conflicts that cause danger to our nation.In the future, as technology advances so will our knowledge. Hopefully, our knowledge will be used to create optimism instead of depression and cures instead of