Without any doubts, the Internet is the place, where lots of people, students in particular, like to spend their time, communicate, being far away from each other, send messages, discuss novelties, and share other interesting for them information. However, the way students share this information turns out to be rather unique. Such letter-combinations like plz, thnx, nbdy, hait, or hayd, are known to the vast majority of Internet users, and they are certainly of what each of them mean. The major point of this paper is to clear up whether such Internet slang, emails, and text messaging has positive or negative influence on students, their education, and language development. Of course, there are certain pros and cons of the Internet, and it is necessary analyze the impact of our modern Internet slang on our future generation. Someone calls the Internet a disease, someone tells how wonderful to spend one more hour online, and someone just do not what to do with all those web pages. There are so many attitudes to emailing and text messaging. Lots of people prefer real life communication in order to observe the emotions, to follow the reactions, to provide with some support, and, finally, to know for sure whom you are talking to. However, when you emailing to someone, you cannot care about your appearance, you may do several things, and express your emotions by means of funny images. Professor Ellen Seiter truly admits that “the propensity of kinds and teens to use e-mail and IM makes them better able to write and communicate, even if it’s not on paper. All types of writing helps all other types of writing.” (Olsen and Suri, 2007) She believes that the most significant thing about writing is an ability to express thoughts; but how exactly students do it, it does not actually matter. Get your 100% original paper on any topic done in as little as 3 hours Learn More “Email has brought an undue familiarity. People use words like ‘yo’ and ‘hey dude’ that are perfectly appropriate for peers but not for professional communication.” (Friess, 2003) To my mind, here is the major negative point of e-mailing and text messaging. People change every day polite and complete words into some letters, acronyms, and icons. PAW (Parents are Watching), LOL (Laugh Out Loud), and (L) MIRL (Lets Meet in Real Time) – these are the phrases or just letters students communicate with. (Jones 2006, 10) Is it our future? Is it the way, we are going to communicate with time? If it is so, then our parents need to buy new dictionaries and start getting their one more education in order to be able to comprehend their children language. Students forget how to write ordinary words. Some of them already cannot write the words entertainment or government properly. This is why it is crucially important to divide our Internet communication and pay more attention to this real life. Real emotions, touching, and observations are much more interesting, and students should known enough words to describe all this beauty around. To my mind, email is a means to communicate with people, who are really far away. To send a message, it is possible to use some short words and known acronyms. But, when we talk about our education and students’ literacy, these words are not appropriate, and we should forget about them and remember all those meaningful words, we learnt, in order to demonstrate proper literacy and ability to communicate on a high level. Bibliography Friess, Steve. “Yo, Can U plz Help Me Write English?” USA Today. March 31, 2003. We will write a custom Essay on Email and Literacy specifically for you! Get your first paper with 15% OFF Learn More Jones, Ryan. Internet Slang Dictionary. Lulu.com, 2006. Olsen, Stefanie and Suri, Sabena. “Say so Long to Traditional Letter Writing.” CNET News.com, August 24, 2007.
Professionalism and Ethics in Counselling. My understanding of professionalism is having the discipline to be aware of and work to a set of values made up of legal statutes, of professional body frameworks and guidelines and of employer policies, frameworks and guidelines, which together detail expected conduct. Those statutes, policies, frameworks and guidelines should be used to identify roles and responsibilities which in turn define boundaries. The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), of which I am a student member, is the largest professional body in the UK for counselling and psychotherapy and lays down what standards of conduct counsellors, service users and the public expect at a national level. ‘If a counsellor or therapist is a member of a professional body, he or she will be bound by a code of professional ethics framework or in the case of the BACP, the ethical framework’…’it recognises that choices are often not clear-cut, and that sometimes difficult decisions need to be made that, even when taken in good faith, may have unpredictable and unwanted outcomes’ (Merry, 2002:11) Professionalism and ethics both relate to proper conduct. I view the ethical framework as a list of qualities for how the counsellor should ‘be’ and a list of behaviours for what the counsellor should ‘do’ and ‘not do’. Examples of the desired attitudes include possessing empathy, sincerity, integrity, resilience, respect, humility, competence, fairness, wisdom and courage. Examples of the desired behaviours include fidelity, autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, justice and self-respect. The BACP produced the ethical framework to protect both the client and counsellor through good practice in counselling and psychotherapy. It sets out a series of professional and personal values, underlying principles and moral qualities which reflect my attributes as a trainee counsellor in order to promote a safe and professional environment, one where I could enable clients to allow trust to develop within our relationship. I abide by the BACP guidance on good practice which is concerned with client safety, counsellor responsibility and accountability, clear contracting and my competence as a trainee counsellor. It provides information for what counsellors are expected to do and sanctions for consequences of malpractice. I have chosen a hypothetical ethical dilemma, albeit a realistic one, relevant to my chosen placement at The Truce YMCA in Lancaster. A sixteen year old female client presents with news of her parents having separated two weeks previously. She lives with her mum who is drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and who is not coping with the day to day duties of looking after the client’s nine year old brother, who is now mostly in the client’s care. No other meals are being provided other than school dinners and no money is being allocated to them for food. Last night the client’s mum pushed the client against the wall and the client has a head injury. The client asks me not to tell anyone. The ethical dilemma here is that my client has disclosed a Child Protection issue and asked me to maintain the confidentiality aspect of the contract. There are several implications, professionally I must breach confidentiality as there would be no way that I could hold that information, my integrity would be conflicted. I would have a professional obligation that would be impossible for me to ignore. However, by breaching confidentiality this could have severe consequences for the client, myself (our relationship), and the client’s family. A question I need to ask myself is: What are our statutory duties and responsibilities? We have a duty under the Children Act 1989 to safeguard and protect children who may be suffering from abuse. This may be physical, sexual, emotional or as a result of neglect http://www.tameside.gov.uk/childprotection/parentinfo#t2 date accessed, 21st April 2010 The YMCA has put together a procedure flow chart and as part of my training I have been made aware of it. It is a clear example of my role, responsibilities and boundaries. Safeguarding means doing everything you can to protect children and young people from harm. A safeguard is a measure to help reduce the risk of children and young people being harmed. http://www.nspcc.org.uk/Inform/trainingandconsultancy/consultancy/cst/safe_communities_toolkit_english_wdf70126.pdf date accessed, 19th April 2010 The disclosure demands to be sensitively, sincerely and respectfully explored in order to honour the principle of non-maleficence because every child matters. As a trainee counsellor I have ‘an ethical responsibility to strive to mitigate any harm caused to a client even when the harm is unavoidable or unintended’ (BACP, 2007:03) There are several implications: I am aware that the principle of fidelity requires a responsibility to honour the trust that has been placed in me as a trainee counsellor and that how I move the process forward from this point could alter how the client and I may or may not work together in the future. Without confidentiality and empathy there is potential to harm the relationship, and as Bond (1993:46) states that, ‘responsibilities to the client are the foremost concern of the counsellor. The justification of counselling rests on this work being undertaken in a counsellor-client relationship’. Where as a trainee counsellor can I find guidance on consent and disclosure? I could check against the BACP guidelines, with my casework supervisor, my managerial supervisor, the agencies codes of practice and policies, my tutors and Social Services. To avoid the possibility of prosecution I need to respect my role and abide by the BACP guidance on good practice which is concerned with client safety, counsellor responsibility and accountability, clear contracting and my competence as a trainee counsellor. ‘Professional accountability is also key in ensuring public protection and allows the Profession to move forward enjoying the public confidence in the services provided’ http://www.bacp.co.uk/prof_conduct/ 4th February 2010 The principle of beneficence involves acting in the client’s best interest and maintaining the standards of competence and knowledge expected for members who continue to both personally and professionally develop by using supervision for support. As I am working within an agency I am expected, as a member of the BACP, to have ongoing regular supervision for my work with a clinical supervisor and with my managerial supervisor. Supervisors, managers and counsellors have a responsibility to maintain and enhance good practice, to protect clients from poor practice (promoting their wellbeing) and for the counsellor to acquire the attitudes, skills and knowledge required for each of their roles raising awareness and ensuring the fair treatment of all clients and the uniqueness of individual people regarding culture differences, gender or disabilities which involves the principle respect of justice. When considering what action to take the first step I would take would be to explore what the client had told me by clarifying what had been said in order to check out my understanding with the client. It is important to identify that there is a problem and if so I would then work out whose problem it was and in this case it would be the client’s. Yet I would be responsible to her, myself and accountable up the chain of command within the organisation. By setting the contract provided by The YMCA clearly so that it is understood by the client there is less chance of misunderstandings and more chance of boundaries being clear at the onset. The agreement of a contract protects both the client and the counsellor. It proves that each party has agreed their responsibilities and boundaries and that they each know where they stand in the counselling process in relation to their obligations to each other. I would need to refer back to the initial contract to remind the client about our agreement that would be in place between us. I would have competently explained at the time that should harm to self or others be disclosed to me that I would need to breach confidentiality. I would use appropriate language for a sixteen year old to understand and include her in the process. I would respect the principle of respect for autonomy by discussing the necessity of safeguarding her, protecting her and her younger brother and, with her consent, checking whether the child protection officer would be available to enter the room to work it through all together by understanding my job roles and responsibilities and working within my training and experience competently I could deliver a professional level of service that promotes safety and both at the same time being fully aware that she has choices and human rights too. Although I could have a conflict of interest in that I would have to breach confidentiality… Human Rights Act 1998 Article 8.1 Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence. Article 8.2 There shall be no interference by a public authority with the exercise of this right except as such as in accordance with the law and is necessary in a democratic society in the interests of national security, public safety or the economic well-being of the country, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others (Bond, 2010:158). …I would protect myself from litigation as I have a duty to observe the Code of Professional Conduct and the other guidelines issued by the BACP. Not all laws are perfect, the problem is that laws are often generalised and open to some interpretation and that’s where they can be exploited. The law regarding sixteen year olds (child versus Gillick competent versus adult) and the obligation of Social Services to look after somebody until eighteen years of age is not black and white. Somebody planning to go to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland to end their life is within their own rights and it would be an example of a case where a counsellor could respect the client’s dignity. At the first available chance I had I would follow the example of a child protection form, from my safeguarding policy and guidelines provided by the organisation and make very clear, accurate, brief, factual notes of who said what, when it was said, where it was said and the nature of the concern. I would bear in mind that the notes could be read by the client herself and if I was required to write a report for court I would be aware that I have not been trained to write such a report and seek advice. According to Pollecoff, et al. (2002:58) ‘Counsellors and psychotherapists are in a unique position when asked to give evidence’…’…unlike other professionals, they do not necessarily keep detailed notes of each session held with a client’…’Problems can arise regarding client confidentiality in the context of presenting reports or giving evidence’. I would file the notes confidentially and each client has a code to be used for anonymity purposes, store for six months, once the case is closed, then they are destroyed. Bond (2010:158) suggests ‘The Data Protection Act 1998’…’…covers a wide range of requirements to do with record-keeping’. I would call my case supervisor and I would explain what has happened, what I did (discussed with line manager and or referral to Child Protection Officer etc.) and ask him if there is anything else I should have done or could do. Working within a multi agency can be useful as it can meet the needs of young people more effectively. Confidentiality procedures are in place and consent must be given by the person concerned and must be present when consented information is shared. There are exceptional circumstances. At the same time how I present myself and interact with people (language, appearance, actions and interactions) influence impressions. There are informal expectations and continuing with both professional and personal development (supervision). Questions like ‘What does the BACP say about this?’ are what I need to ask myself in during my evaluation in order to do the ‘right thing’ and knowing how important it is to not do the ‘wrong thing’ because that could cause damage to more than the client in the room. I hope that I have demonstrated that I understand that there is a need to act within the law at all times but in a way that provides as much support and protection as possible towards the client first and foremost, towards myself and towards the organisational structure and the profession itself. It is not always a case of knowing what to do to as an expert, but it seems to be a case of knowing what to do next and who to go to in order to get the answers needed. Professionalism and Ethics in Counselling
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What is multi-stage hydraulic fracturing (fracking), and what are the arguments for and against this technology? State and defend your position on the use of this technology.
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Choose one of this week’s chapters to read in-depth, paying particular attention to the “Special Considerations for Infants and Toddlers.” Then, select one the following centers: Literacy, Manipulative/Sensory, Science, Dramatic Play, or Blocks/Building. In your post, describe the following:
How does this center support the growth and development of infants?
How does this center support the growth and development of toddlers?
How would you differentiate the center for each age group so that it is developmentally appropriate for both infants and toddlers?
What are two to three specific activities/materials you would include?
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EN 424 Bethune Cookman University Native Son by Richard Wright Analytical Review
EN 424 Bethune Cookman University Native Son by Richard Wright Analytical Review.
This writing project calls for you to perform a close reading of the novel Native Son so that you can write a deeply meaningful essay that is a thematic analysis of how nihilism is connected to one or more of the three themes that your EN 424 course aims to examine.
What is the purpose of a thematic analysis? An essay such as this seeks to uncover and reveal to readers the deep meaning that comes with a theme or set of related themes that is discovered in a piece of writing such as a novel or another work of literature. The essay by Eddie Malone that you were required to read is an example of a kind of thematic analysis that largely focuses on the theme of nihilism. Therefore, Eddie Malone is doing a deep dive in order to show how nihilism functions in a work of writing.
Before we go further, we need to define what a theme is. Simply put, a theme is a recurring idea in a work of literature. A theme registers with a reader when he or she discovers a pattern in which the theme is conveyed through phrasing, a character’s actions, symbolism, imagery, a particular type of setting, or a combination of all these elements and more. For instance, crime is a recurring theme in the novel Native Son. This theme is revealed with Bigger Thomas’s thoughts and actions (he contemplates crimes and even kills two people); we understand crime as a theme with symbolism (the burning furnace at the Dalton residence is a fiery, symbolic reminder of the crime that Bigger can’t escape from); and we know that crime is a theme because of the use of setting (Bigger is put in jail and goes to court, places that represent the criminal justice system). In short, we discover a pattern in which the theme of crime emerges in the novel.
For this assignment, the pattern with a recurring theme or the recurring set of related themes that you will analyze is not something that has to occur on every single page of the Richard Wright novel. You just need to prove to your readers that there is a definitely a pattern with layers that can be unpacked in a deeply meaningful way, regardless of whether the pattern occurs in one or more parts of the novel.
You have two options for this writing project:
Option 1: Write a thematic analysis that shows how nihilism informs or influences the reader’s understanding of crime, punishment, or justice.
If a student picks Option 1, then his or her thesis statement could look something like this: In this paper, I will show how nihilism influences the reader’s understanding of crime. Or it could sound something like this if Option 1 were picked: Richard Wright’s novel uses the theme of nihilism to shape our understanding of racial justice in America. In other words, if a student goes with Option 1, then he or she will be writing a paper with a focus in which the theme of nihilism is connected to only one of the three themes that your EN 424 course specifically examines.
Option 2: Or your thematic analysis can look at how the reader’s understanding of nihilism informs or influences his or her understanding of any combination of themes that your EN 424 course specifically examines.
If a student picks Option 2, then his or her thesis statement could look something like this: In this paper, I will show how nihilism influences the reader’s understanding of the relationship between crime, punishment, and justice. Or it could sound something like this if Option 2 were picked: Richard Wright’s novel uses the theme of nihilism to launch ideas about social injustice and the punishing conditions of racial inequality. In other words, whereas Option 1 allows you to connect nihilism to just one of the three themes that this course specifically examines, Option 2 requires you to connect nihilism to two or more of the three themes that are specifically examined in your EN 424 course.
EN 424 Bethune Cookman University Native Son by Richard Wright Analytical Review
USF Holistic View of Complementary and Alternative Medicine? Discussion
best assignment help USF Holistic View of Complementary and Alternative Medicine? Discussion.
Chapter 14What are mind–body interventions?How would you describe mindfulness meditation?What does the research indicate about the effects of prayer and faith or spiritual healing?Janine is a 47-year-old woman who recently has been struggling with her health. In the last 12 months, Janine has been feeling extremely fatigued. Continuous aching throughout her body compounds this sense of “tired.” She has been to see her family practice doctor on several occasions, who first treated her for flu, then arthritis, but has now determined that the symptoms are too random and are therefore untreatable. She feels like she has been on every medication in the book. The pain for Janine has become almost unbearable. She has lost her job because she cannot make it through the day without taking breaks due to her tiredness and her pain. Money is getting tight in her family, and her husband is working extra to try and support Janine and their two children. She is starting to think that no one believes her, and that this is all in her head. She has even contemplated suicide, although she has no real desire to die, she just has had enough of the pain.Which energy therapies discussed in chapter 15, if any, have been shown, at some level, to assist with Janine’s issue?How might Janine go about determining whether an energy therapy, or a specific energy therapist, is right for her?https://www.google.com/books/edition/Consumer_Heal… Reference book ISBN 13:9781284144123Consumer Health & Integrative Medicine: A Holistic View of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practice 2nd ed Book by Karl L. Larson and Linda Baily Synovitz APA format
USF Holistic View of Complementary and Alternative Medicine? Discussion
KCL Privacy & Security Intrusion Detection Systems Challenges & Methods Essay
KCL Privacy & Security Intrusion Detection Systems Challenges & Methods Essay.
requirement in attachmentLO1 – At the end of the module, students should understand the main problems in security, confidentiality and privacy in computers and in networks, and the reasons for their importance. LO2 – At the end of the module, students should understand the main approaches adopted for their solution and/or mitigation, together with the strengths and weaknesses of each of these approaches. LO5 – At the end of the module, students should understand the use of epistemic logics for formal modelling of security and privacy protocols LO6 – At the end of the module, students should understand the legal and ethical issues related to security, confidentiality and privacy.
KCL Privacy & Security Intrusion Detection Systems Challenges & Methods Essay
Economic Situation Malaysians Attitudes Towards Private Label Brands Marketing Essay
The term of “Globalisation” is a very common word in business world. Many businessmen are trying hard to market their product to other countries. Globalisation becomes an important issue in the world today and eventually it leads to the increasing number of competitors among retailers by doing trade globally. In order to become an outstanding firm from other retailers, established a competitive advantage is an important criterion for any competitive strategy (Walsh and Mitchell, 2010). Retailers use different methods to achieve competitive advantage. The most important elements of retails branding is private label brands (Glynn and Chen, 2009). According to Levy (2009), it is easy to find out that private label brands available in almost every retail product category and it is one of the competitive strategies that retailers used to achieve competitive advantage. Private label brands have reached another level in the appearance of many products categories such as grocery, household chemicals, clothing and cosmetics (Veloutsou et al., 2004). Private label brands can be a crucial component of competitive advantage especially in an economic recession (Walsh and Mitchell, 2010). Economic downturn will lead to the changes in shopping patterns. Private label brands are products that are produced by retailers and sold under the retailers’ own name through their own retail outlets (Baltas, 1997). Private label brands have grown in many countries and product categories in the last few decades (Connor et al., 1996). According to Lupton et al. (2010), private label brands have established their market in the United Stated and Europe in the past few decades. The consumers tend to perceive private label brands as a substitute or choices to the national brands (Lupton et al., 2010). Private label brands have built their own markets and becoming more popular among the consumers in the world (AC Nielsen, 2006). According to Morris (2002), the most successful retailer has more private label branding strategies and the retailer is normally the stronger firm. Retailers with strong private label brands will have better financial results (Morris, 2002). Malaysia, as a middle income country and one of the most developed in the developing countries, has transformed itself from a producer of raw materials into a multi-sector economy (Economy Watch, 2011). According to Economy Watch (2011), the population of Malaysia is 28.713 Million. In the following year, 2012, population of Malaysia will be 29.20 Million, which is more than the figure in year 2011 (Economy Watch, 2011). The increasing of population in Malaysia will encourage the development of retailing and will boost up the purchasing power of goods. Yelkur (2000) found that the success of private label brands is varied from different nations, such as in the United Kingdom, private label brands have successfully gain a large portion of grocery sales, but in the United States the proportion of purchasing private label brands is relatively low if compare to branded products. Developing countries are being exposed to private label brands and are becoming more aware of their benefits (Collins and Bone, 2008). According to Collins and Bone (2008), the growth of private label brands in developing countries, such as Malaysia, is still remaining low. Private label brands continue to steadily increase their share in the marketplace. According to A.C. Nielsen (2005), the private label share of refrigerated food is 32%, paper