They each created a Bill of rights for their class period, and found that compromising was a lot harder than it seemed. Each class period was split up into groups of four or five students, and they were responsible for creating 2 amendments. In their groups each student created their own amendment for each of their assigned amendments. After they each created their own, they got together in their groups to decide what the final copy of each amendment would be. To do this, each person voted on which amendment they liked best.
The first question I asked Zach was what is the process of writing someone up? He told me it is an effortless process for the RA, but for the person getting written up not so much. All Zach has to do is fill out a form describing why the person is getting written up then his job is done. The slip is turned into the RD(Resident Director), who sets up a meeting with the rule breaker and then during the meeting is when they decide what happen.
College women rape college men, this is true, college women rape college men far less often than they are victims, also true. But that doesn’t undermine the fact that men are sexually assaulted as well. “One in 16 men and one in five women are sexually assaulted; male college students, 18-24 are 78 percent more likely than non students to be a victim of rape or sexual assault.” These victims are very hidden, much more than females are when it comes to the issue, it’s kind of embarrassing for them. Although we don’t see it it does happen, girls are being made out to be the only targets but they are not; and often thats what keeps the males from reporting, the fear of knowing they wont be heard and will only be made fun on.
England asked if before their most recent relationship, students either hooked up, dated, both, 67% answered both, and stated that the hook-up came before the date.” This demonstrates that hooking-up leads to relationship, but does correlation mean causation, the article doesn’t elaborate. Then, Kate Dwyer explains that in another Dr. England survey, 31% of men, and 21% of women have respected someone less after hooking up with them, while 22% of men and 54% of women have had the feeling that someone respected them less after hooking up. The article then freaks the fuck out about slut shaming, but who really gives a fuck.
Ph.D. Charlotte Witvliet at Hope College, along with her colleagues, hooked up seventy-one student participants (36 female & 35 male) to monitors in order to examine the physiological and emotional effects of imagining hurtful memories and harboring a grudge as opposed to exhibiting forgiveness to personal offenders. Each student participant was asked to complete a two-part test. First they were asked to imagine a particular person that they assigned blame to for either offending or hurting them, followed by a questionnaire about the nature of the offense and response to it. Then each student participant was asked to actively imagine either forgiving or not forgiving (the independent variables) the perpetrator.
This could result in loss or partial loss of function in that specific region. Damage in the left dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex (PFC) will not allow us to achieve our goals in an organized, logical and coherent manner. We would also have no positive behavior to get motivated and work on ourselves. The left PFC deals with language abilities and is sort of the cognitive and cerebral part of the frontal lobe. Whereas, the right PFC has more to do with negative emotions like not being motivated to fix your problems that caused the anger.
In any event, we do not have the power to whatever it is not our own doings. The limits of human freedom rely in our mind, that is, everything that we think, our intentions, and our values. Consequently, we have the power to determine authority over ourselves-what actions to take in any given situation, our capacity to adapt, what values/judgments we form, and act accordingly to what we might think it is right from wrong. For instance, by controlling our emotions no matter what the aggravation might be, we are being stoical.
Others simply don 't care and don 't want to be involved. Honor codes end up being ineffective as there is not one that can enforce these codes. When they are implemented time and resources are wasted and the integrity of the students don 't change. Honor codes don 't change or have any effect on the way students behave or think. All in all honor codes should not be implemented in high school colleges and
This topic brought up several questions between the two of us. What effects does having multiple different preceptors have on the new hires? How could we unify more of the techniques taught during orientation? How does the orientation directly affect patient care? We would like to survey the new hires and retrieve more
Every culture has their own stereotypes. These cultural stereotypes can influence how people perceive each other because some people may only view others by their stereotypes and nothing more. As a result, stereotypes can have a negative impact on people. Since some people do not like to be judged only by their stereotypes, they will fight to prove that they are not the stereotype; however, their efforts are futile because they realize they cannot stop themselves from behaving as the stereotype. This futile struggle of escaping cultural stereotypes is portrayed in the novel “This Is How You Lose Her” by Junot Diaz, a Dominican American writer.