Monday, June 29, 2020
The Imagist movement in English language poetry produced some of historyÃ¢â¬â¢s most renowned Anglo-American poets and poetry. Early twentieth century poets and authors Amy Lowell, T.S. Eliot, F.S. Flint, Hilda Doolittle, James Joyce, William Carlos Williams, John Gould Fletcher, and Ford Madox Ford are all associated with the Imagist movement. Even D.H. Lawrence, better known as a Georgian poet, participated in the Imagist movement. To a lesser extent, Marianne Moore was an imagist. Meanwhile Ezra Pound and Richard Aldington were not only Imagist poets but also anthologists of the movement.
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
What Justice Means to Me Justice can mean something different to many people, but justice to me is doing my part to make sure that everyone is treated equally. In addition, justice is making sure that the right punishment is brought forth to the correct crime, and with any luck when a major crime is committed, then that the offender does not acquire liberty on a technicality. In todayÃ¢â¬â¢s society people are afraid of the criminal justice system. Depending on the situation and how the news broadcast the crime and punishment, people wonder does the system work. According to the Merriam Webster to have justice everyone should be treated equal and fair. Justice is not racist . Race, gender, income bracket, and religion should not matter. Everyone under the law has the same rights; as a result that everyone abides by the laws that are set. People working in a criminal justice field are the most important people; they need to keep in mind to follow all the rules and regulations of justice. The law is their Bible per say. Preserving justice is very important and will help others to see that justice if followed to the letter and will continue to be a huge part of society. In America the legal system is a major partner of justice. The courtroom, the lawyers, judges, bailiffs, anyone working in the court building are all part of the justice system. Although the judges are the highest ranking officer of the courts, they alone do not decide on the decision on their own, they incorporate the jurors. The federal level also is part of the justice system. The Federal Bureau of Investigations or the (FBI) also provides justice to the commercial market against corruption. They also help the regular people against terrorism. When I work for the criminal justice system, I will make sure to hold people accountable. Keeping everyone truthful and biased free, making sure no one personÃ¢â¬â¢s rights are violated when he (she) are arrested, and keeping in mind that e veryone is innocent until proven otherwise. Without justice innocent people would probably be locked up and key thrown away. That is why justice and due process is very important. In conjunction justice and due process will help those without means (poor people) to get help keeping them from self incrimination. All people poor, rich, black or white have the right to have a jury try their case. The right to life, liberty, and the right to pursue happiness is also a big part of justice. Not one person has the right to take away a person life, liberty, and to take anyoneÃ¢â¬â¢s happiness away for any reason. Although, when a crime is committed the justice system has options to send the offender to jail or to have a jury view the case. Here justice comes in and due process takes over. It is very important that every person who goes into the criminal justice field get acquainted with the justice term and the laws that protect every person. They should also take an ethics class, t o make sure that they do not discriminate against anyone. In addition, professionals need to continue to preserve Justice for all people, equality for all under the law does not matter whether he (she) are rich, poor, black or white, does not matter what religion he (she) practice. Justice is an in general equal rights process to both the criminal and the non-criminal. The laws are there to protect both parties, and to allow the due process to work. The unfortunate part is that because the laws are put into place, sometimes the wording in the laws helps the criminals get away from serving any type of justice that should have been brought against them. In conclusion justice is the quality of work a professional does when working in the field being just and fair. Justice is the judgment involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishment one will get. In the court system the judge is a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice (net bible, 1913). In addition, in the Department of Justice(the free dictionary,1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003), the Unites States Federal department is responsible for enforcing federal laws including the responsibility for enforcing the civil rights legislation that was created in 1870. References Net Bible. (1913). word study. Retrieved from https://net. bible. org/lexicon. php? word=justice The free dictionary. (1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003). Justice. Retrieved from https://dictionary. thefreedictionary. com/justice
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
As founder of the Womens Social and Political Union (WSPU) in 1903, suffragist Emmeline Pankhurst brought militancy to the British suffrage movement in the early twentieth century. The WSPU became the most contentious of the suffragist groups of that era, with activities ranging from disruptive demonstrations to destruction of property through the use of arson and bombs. Pankhurst and her cohorts served repeated sentences in jail, where they staged hunger strikes. The WSPU was active from 1903 to 1914, when Englands involvement in World War I brought womens suffrage efforts to a halt. Pankhurst's Early Days as an Activist Emmeline Goulden Pankhurst was born in Manchester, England in 1858 to liberal-minded parents who supported both the antislavery and womens suffrage movements. Pankhurst attended her first suffrage meeting with her mother at the age of 14, becoming devoted to the cause of womens suffrage at an early age. Pankhurst found her soul mate in Richard Pankhurst, a radical Manchester attorney twice her age whom she married in 1879. Pankhurst shared his wifes determination to acquire the vote for women; he had even drafted an early version of a womens suffrage bill, which had been rejected by Parliament in 1870. The Pankhursts were active in several local suffrage organizations in Manchester. They moved to London in 1885 to enable Richard Pankhurst to run for Parliament. Although he lost, they stayed in London for four years, during which time they formed the Womens Franchise League. The League disbanded due to internal conflicts and the Pankhursts returned to Manchester in 1892. The Birth of the WSPU Pankhurst suffered the sudden loss of her husband to a perforated ulcer in 1898, becoming a widow at the age of 40. Left with debts and four children to support (her son Francis had died in 1888), Pankhurst took a job as a registrar in Manchester. Employed in a working-class district, she witnessed many instances of gender discriminationÃ¢â¬âwhich only strengthened her resolve to obtain equal rights for women. In October 1903, Pankhurst founded the Womens Social and Political Union (WSPU), holding the weekly meetings in her Manchester home. Limiting its membership to women only, the suffrage group sought the involvement of working-class women. Pankhursts daughters Christabel and Sylvia helped their mother to manage the organization, as well as to give speeches at rallies. The group published its own newspaper, naming it Ã¢â¬â¹Suffragette after the derogatory nickname given to suffragists by the press. Early supporters of the WSPU included many working-class women, such as mill-worker Annie Kenny and seamstress Hannah Mitchell, both of whom became prominent public speakers for the organization. The WSPU adopted the slogan Votes For Women and selected green, white, and purple as their official colors, symbolizing respectively, hope, purity, and dignity. The slogan and tricolor banner (worn by members as a sash across their blouses) became a common sight at rallies and demonstrations throughout England. Gaining Strength In May 1904, WSPU members crowded the House of Commons to hear discussion on the womens suffrage bill, having been assured in advance by the Labor Party that the bill (drafted years earlier by Richard Pankhurst) would be brought up for debate. Instead, members of Parliament (MPs) staged a talk-out, a strategy intended to run down the clock so that there would be no time left for discussion of the suffrage bill. Infuriated, members of the Union decided they must use more drastic measures. Since demonstrations and rallies were not producing results, although they did help to increase the membership of the WSPU, the Union adopted a new strategy Ã¢â¬â heckling politicians during speeches. During one such incident in October 1905, Pankhursts daughter Christabel and fellow WSPU member Annie Kenney were arrested and sent to jail for a week. Many more arrests of women protestersÃ¢â¬ânearly a thousandÃ¢â¬âwould follow before the struggle for the vote was over. In June 1908, the WSPU held the largest-ever political demonstration in Londons history. Hundreds of thousands rallied in Hyde Park as suffragist speakers read resolutions calling for the womens vote. The government accepted the resolutions but refused to act upon them. The WSPU Gets Radical The WSPU employed increasingly militant tactics over the next several years. Emmeline Pankhurst organized a window-smashing campaign throughout Londons commercial districts in March 1912. At the designated hour, 400 women took hammers and began smashing windows simultaneously. Pankhurst, who had broken windows at the prime ministers residence, went to jail along with many of her accomplices. Hundreds of women, including Pankhurst, went on hunger strikes during their numerous imprisonments. Prison officials resorted to violent force-feeding of the women, some of whom actually died from the procedure. Newspaper accounts of such mistreatment helped to generate sympathy for the suffragists. In response to the outcry, Parliament passed the Temporary Discharge for Ill-Health Act (known informally as the Cat and Mouse Act), which allowed the fasting women to be released just long enough to recover, only to be rearrested. The Union added destruction of property to its growing arsenal of weapons in its battle for the vote. Women vandalized golf courses, railroad cars, and government offices. Some went so far as to set buildings on fire and plant bombs in mailboxes. In 1913, one Union member, Emily Davidson, attracted negative publicity by throwing herself in front of the kings horse during a race at Epsom. She died days later, having never regained consciousness. World War I Intervenes In 1914, Britains involvement in World War I effectively brought about the end of the WSPU and the suffrage movement in general. Pankhurst believed in serving her country in a time of war and declared a truce with the British government. In return, all imprisoned suffragists were released from jail. Women proved themselves capable of performing traditional mens jobs while the men were off at war and seemed to have earned more respect as a result. By 1916, the fight for the vote was over. Parliament passed the Representation of the People Act, granting the vote to all women over 30. The vote was granted to all women over 21 years of age in 1928, only weeks after the death of Emmeline Pankhurst.
Saturday, May 16, 2020
Introduction Behavior analysts are one of many helping professions that exist in the world. One may ask what exactly is a helping profession? Not surprisingly, a helping profession is exactly what it says it is. It is a profession that nurtures the well-being of others. Doctors, psychologists, dentists, teachers, and nurses are other helping professions. It is not easy to work in a helping profession. If you are one of those helping professionals, you are expected to provide effective services for anyone with whom you work. The question then becomes how can you make sure that you are providing effective treatment. So what is it that makes behavior analysts and behavior analysis as a field unique and effective? How does anotherÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦They then take the information gleaned from the observations and assessments and form their treatment plans. The ongoing collection of data is what drives behavior analystsÃ¢â¬â¢ decisions when it comes to making change s to the plan they have created. This guideline also includes the expectation that, when presenting information for publication or at a conference, behavior analysts present information with the highest degree of integrity (Bailey Burch, 2011). This integrity is established by the use of the scientific knowledge that the behavior analyst has gained in their training. Scientific evidence serves another purpose in behavior analysis. It guides the decision in the types of treatment procedures that are selected for implementation. According to Van Houten, et al. (1988), a behavior analyst has an obligation to only use methods that have been scientifically proven to be effective. This fact is key because one of the rights a client has is the right to the most effective treatments available. When the behavior analyst is able to combine the use of the scientific data and the use of scientifically proven effective treatments, they are able to accomplish the goal that they should star t with for each client. A behavior analyst has been most effective in helping their clients when they are able to withdrawal themselves from the clients life altogether (Skinner, 1978). Another ethical guideline for behavior analysts is that they will pursue
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
No one person is perfect and many suffer from emotional maladies, addictions, and general problems that are persistent and unceasing. How these afflictions are dealt with varies person to person, but it often involves trading one vice to treat another. Of course, certain conditions require special treatment, but many common issues can be dealt with by find a balance and inner peace within oneself. This calmness and enlightenment may not be quick fix, but the reward is well worth the effort. Depression Depression, sadness, and grief are natural emotions and you should accept that these feelings are normal. Fighting against how you feel will only worsen the problem, or make you feel guilty for struggling with these emotions. Allow yourself to feel how you feel and gradually encourage yourself to break free from the constraints of negative emotions. Focus on the positive when it arises and find things, even little ones, to look forward to and get excited about. 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A day meant for union, November 22, 1963, became a day of severance. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, a man who once promised to bring youth and innovation to America, was gunned down by a cold hearted killer, 6 floors up, thirsty for vengeance. A gun fired three bullets, one having broken the skin of one of AmericaÃ¢â¬â¢s most respected men in the country. In just a single moment, America and all of its people lost their innocence. Ã¢â¬Å"My God, IÃ¢â¬â¢ve got his brains in my hand! (Jones 90),Ã¢â¬ exclaimed the first lady as the uncovered limousine, now seating a wounded President, paraded through Dallas. Now lacking a leader, the United States expected to experience turmoil, which was everything that President Kennedy had been fighting to avoid. As if dealing with the grief from losing a loved one was not enough, the Kennedy family was now forced to hide and become more alert to their surroundings. Due to the situation, a pronounced red target quickly began to take up resid ency upon their backs. Americans are at fault to conclude multiple conspiracies of President KennedyÃ¢â¬â¢s death for a single and uncomplicated reason; the name John F. Kennedy commonly bears the reputation of his death, but not his life and successes. So why is it that a man whom accomplished many obstacles with such adeptness is remembered for an event that was out of his control (Jones 90-106)? Born into the Catholic faith, the nine Kennedy children lived a prosperous childhood due to their wealthy parents.Show MoreRelatedAnalysis Of John Fitzgerald Kennedy s The Great Gatsby Essay2149 Words Ã |Ã 9 Pagespast, or the present, are certain to miss the future (Kennedy, 1963). This President was a visionary, who had creative and innovative foresight, that included the unthinkable at the time, that man would travel in space and land on the moon. That President was John Fitzgerald Kennedy (Michael, 1995). Kennedy strongly believed that Ã¢â¬Å"no nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in this race for spaceÃ¢â¬ (Kennedy 1962). His aspiration challenged the complacency and
Cotabato City is one of the metropoliss of the Philippines located in Mindanao. Cotabato City is an exclave of the SOCCSKSARGEN part found within the boundaries of Shariff Kabunsuan state. but is independent of that state. Cotabato City is distinguishable from and should non be confused with the state of Cotabato. Cotabato City is the regional centre of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao but the metropolis is really portion of the SOCCSKSARGENregion. CotabatoÃ¢â¬â¢s population was about 150. 450 in 2000 nose count. Cotabato is about 698. 9 maritime stat mis ( 1294 kilometer ) from Manila. the countryÃ¢â¬â¢s capital. and is bounded by the municipalities of Sultan Kudarat to the northÃ¢â¬âwith Rio Grande de Mindanao dividing the twoÃ¢â¬âKabuntalan to the E. and Datu Odin Sinsuat to the South. The metropolis faces Illana Bay. portion of the Moro Gulf. to the West. Cotabato City has a entire land country of 176. 0 square kilometres. HistoryCotabato City had witnessed more history than any other topographic point in Mindanao. We will write a custom essay sample on Cotabato City Essay Sample or any similar topic specifically for you Do Not WasteYour Time HIRE WRITER Only 13.90 / page Its history day of the months back to the fifteenth century when Shariff Kabunsuan. an Arab missionary. landed along the Bankss of the Rio Grande de Mindanao and introduced Islam to the indigens. Islam was the religion that moved the early colonists to communal life. and to set up the Sultanate of Maguindanao with its aureate age ushered in by Sultan Dipatuan Qudarat during the seventeenth century the clip when Cotabato City developed as the capital town of Maguindanao. In the 19th century. when Sultan Makakua ruled. roads and piers were constructed which gave rise to the birth of modern twenty-four hours Cotabato. However. the so Municipality of Cotabato was foremost organized at the ulterior portion of the nineteenth century when the Spaniards established a military station at Barangay Tamontaka. one of the earliest Christian colonies. The town was founded by the Spaniards in 1862 and named it in a Spanish equivalent of the word Ã¢â¬Å"fort. Ã¢â¬ Christianity was introduced in 1870 in the country. Almost a century later it became a metropolis on July 10. 1959. During that clip it was the capital of the undivided state of Cotabato. On July 1. 1950. the so Municipality of Cotabato was made first category municipality under Executive Order No. 466. Nine Old ages subsequently. on June 20. 1959. it was created into a hired metropolis by virtuousness of Republic Act No. 2364. Today. Cotabato City is the place of two administrative parts: Region XII and the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. The City presently serves as the centre for economic support activities ( trade and finance ) . instruction and other support services such as societal. physical. cultural and other basic services of Central Mindanao are offered in the metropolis Brief Overview of Cotabato CityHistorical BackgroundCotabato City had witnessed more history than any other topographic point in Mindanao. Its history day of the months back to the fifteenth century when Shariff Kabunsuan. an Arab missionary. landed along the Bankss of the Rio Grande de Mindanao and introduced Islam to the indigens. Islam was the religion that moved the early colonists to communal life. and to set up the Sultanate of Maguindanao with its aureate age ushered in by Sultan Dipatuan Qudarat during the seventeenth century the clip when Cotabato City developed as the capital town of Maguindanao. In the 19th century. when Sultan Makakua ruled. roads and piers were constructed which gave rise to the birth of modern twenty-four hours Cotabato. However. the so Municipality of Cotabato was foremost organized at the ulterior portion of the nineteenth century when the Spaniards established a military station at Barangay Tamontaka. one of the earliest Christian colonies. On July 1 . 1950. the so Municipality of Cotabato was made first category municipality under Executive Order No. 466. Nine Old ages subsequently. on June 20. 1959. it was created into a hired metropolis by virtuousness of Republic Act No. 2364. today. Cotabato City is the place of two administrative parts: Region XII and the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. The City presently serves as the centre for economic support activities ( trade and finance ) . instruction and other support services such as societal. physical. cultural and other basic services of Central Mindanao are offered in the metropolis. Geography/Area and Location Cotabato City is located on the northwesterly portion of Maguindanao Province. Approximately. it is 698. 9 maritime stat mis from Manila. the capital metropolis of the Philippines. On the North. the metropolis is bounded by the Municipality of Sultan Kudarat. with Rio Grande de Mindanao as its boundary ; on the E by the Municipality of Kabuntalan ; on the South by the Municipality of Datu Odin Sinsuat and on the West by the Illana Bay. Cotabato City has a entire land country of 176. 0 square kilometres. Climate The cityÃ¢â¬â¢s clime is by and large characterized by more or less even distribution of rainfall throughout the twelvemonth. Compared to other parts in the Philippines. Cotabato has the lowest frequence of really nebulose or over-cast yearss. The mean temperature in Cotabato City is 25. 5 C. Seasonal temperature varies from 27. 1 C in April. Tourist attractive forces* Rio Grande de Mindanao. The 2nd largest river in the Philippines and the longest in Mindanao crisscrossing. with its feeder. the cityÃ¢â¬â¢s huge country. Estimated to be 182 kilometres long and 96 metres broad. Water athleticss and boat racing are the popular attractive forces of the river. normally held to co-occur with the Shariff Kabunsuan Festival and the Feast of Hariraya Puasa. * Tamontaka Church Ã¢â¬â Built in 1872 of Spanish architecture and design. It is the oldest church in the metropolis. a relic of the life yesteryear. * Lourdes Grotto Ã¢â¬â A reproduction of Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto in France. The compound is equipped with a retreat house for remembrance and seminars. a mini menagerie and a childrenÃ¢â¬â¢s park. * Kutang Bato Caves Ã¢â¬â The lone cave in the state that is right in the bosom of the metropolis. Its assorted entrywaies. all within traffic a rareness that can merely be had in the Ã¢â¬Å"Heart of MindanaoÃ¢â¬ . These caves were besides the beginning of the cityÃ¢â¬â¢s present name for Ã¢â¬Å"KutaÃ¢â¬ agencies Ã¢â¬Å"FortÃ¢â¬ and Ã¢â¬Å"BatoÃ¢â¬ agencies Ã¢â¬Å"StoneÃ¢â¬ therefore the name Ã¢â¬Å"Fort of StoneÃ¢â¬ which subsequently on became Cotabato. * Old Cotabato City Hall Ã¢â¬â A century old construction which houses about all of the metropolis authorities offices. It showcases the architectural design of the Maguindanaon Art. * Takumi Butai Memorial Shrine Ã¢â¬â A memorial in award of Takumi Butai and the Nipponese soldiers who died here during the Second World War. Takumi was the Provincial Commander of the Nipponese forces assigned in Cotabato City. Before he died. he requested that some of his ashes be buried in Cotabato City. This shrine was put up by the LionÃ¢â¬â¢s Club of Kyoto. Japan in cooperation with the City Government of Cotabato.