Isn’t this a nice time to walk? I like to smell things and look at things, and sometimes stay up all night, walking, and watch the sun rise”’ (Bradbury 11). Clarisse introduces herself to Montag and reveals her background. She remains unaffected by the norms of society. Simple pastimes are frowned upon and sometimes even punishable in Montag’s society, however Clarisse loves these simple things.
She loves the attention she receives from children who have been respecting her calmly and with dignity, and she does not mean to play a dress or ride with a baby buggy. She is happy to live with other cats and cats, thanks to her good attitude. Animals are introduced slowly and under controlled conditions to make sure they learn
The Saschers judge her because of the way she takes care of her garden. Again, Mrs. Turners intentions are good. She tries to take care of her garden and make it look nice in the spirit of her husband. The people that Mrs. Turner has met throughout her life, have had an opinion about her, and her way of living. Despite the prejudice, she acts unruffled, and does not care.
They are alike because Alice is kind to the people she meets, and at the end the Duchess is kind to Alice. In the chapter, “The Mock Turtle’s Story”, it states, “Alice was glad to find her in such pleasant temper, and thought to herself that perhaps it was only the pepper that had made her so savage when they met in the kitchen”(Carroll 86). Both Alice and the Duchess are very chatty, they both speak a lot even when it is not wanted or appreciated. Although these characters both have similarities, they have many more differences. One of the main differences is the Duchess’ actions change radically when she is in different environments, while Alice tends to maintain the same personality and patterns in her actions.
By doing this research, we can also clarify if the tsinoys in the Philippines are being treated as a Filipino not Chinese. Tsinoys in the Philippines are completely different from the Chinese who are from the mainland China. In today’s generation, I think that most Tsinoys are more Filipino than Chinese. We would also like to explain some of the misconceptions about
The exclusion of cultural outsiders can then be questioned on two fronts—of who is a Filipino (i.e., foreign nationals deeply immersed in the culture, versus the nominal Filipino citizen without cultural identification), and whether the outsider’s perspective is completely invalid. The latter debate is resolved in recognizing the complementary emic and etic approaches to doing research, of gaining insights respectively from the particular (i.e., the culture bearer) and the universal (i.e., the outsider). In this sense, while culture bearers can inform outsiders of the nuances of the local knowledge base and correct misinterpretations based on imposed perspectives, outsiders similarly attend to what is taken for granted and rediscovering the
Is there a Philippine Public Administration? This question seems very simple to answer for most of us. Some would say, “Yes, we have”, but when asked why they say so, they just emphasize the presence of the government in the country. This question is not as simple as most of us thought of since it requires an extensive analyzation on several aspects of the country’s public administration before arriving at a certain answer. According to Brillantes and Fernandez (2009), there is a Philippine public administration as long as institutions which address specific sectoral concerns exist, there is a massive role of the bureaucracy, and the presence of three major institutions which are: education, politics, and government.
People that support President Rodrigo Roa Duterte thinks that the president can easily change or manage the form of government that the Philippines have right now. In other countries that under a federal state, most of them face a challenged before they undergo in a federal form of government. Consequently, Filipinos may suffer to the federalization version of the Philippines. Filipinos must know what federalism is and how will affect their state of that form of government. It is a hard decision or idea for us and also the president that the shift will be as effortless as we open or close the door.1 It means that Filipinos is not ready yet for federalism because they must understand what kind of federal state that the president will build and they need to study the federalism, Filipinos think that because President Rodrigo Roa Duterte make Davao a peaceful and great city and that 's why the supporters of the president think that the president can easily manage, can easily shift the form of government that Filipinos have right now and change the government but its not.2 Federalism is the main issue in some city 's and school also.
Some may call it the dirtiest months of Philippine politics. Others don’t mind because they see it as a blessing in disguise. Given all these clues, you have probably guessed it by now. Yes you got it—Philippine elections. Elections in the Philippines has become an avenue for politicians to take advantage of the socio-economic status of the masses to put themselves in power.
He is promoting on having a federalist government because he is expecting that even the regional leaders can lead their constituencies properly. According to the citizen of the Philippines, “One of the reason, why Duterte is the right leader for the Philippines is because of the voters choice, He is the choice of many Filipino people because they idolize the way on how Mayor Duterte is leading the Davao City. Unfortunately, graft and corruption is just one of the social issues that need to be addressed. Crime prevention, dismantling of drug syndicates, strict implementation of laws, and excessive political will are also