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  • Three Perspectives Of Learning

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    researchers have come up with different theories in learning. So in connection to that, I have examined three perspectives of learning in the scholarly articles written by Wenger (2000), Engestrom (2001) and Zimmerman (2000). This essay begins with a brief description of the three articles about learning. To start with, let me describe the work of Wenger (2000) who developed the concept of community of practice and systems of learning by which learning takes place

  • Theoretical Theory Of Writing Ability

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    reading and writing are related to one another. This statement is also stated by Carell and Carson. They said, “Reading strategies must be taught that will enable learners to comprehend the text in a way that will allow them to produce an appropriate essay. ... Because task based learning is grounded in learners’needs.” (Carell & Carson, in Escribano:

  • Sociological Imagination In Sociology

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    One of legend leader who was an activist by the name Rosa Parks once said, “Racism is still with us. But it is up to us to prepare our children for what they have to meet, and, hopefully we shall overcome. Overcoming racism is a journey that needs the current generation to understand how it was formed and what is continuously making it exist in the world at large. Having a background on its’ construction will help us decide how we want ourselves and our children to approach it and conquer its tragedies

  • Three Theories Of Humor

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    nervous system (Buijzen & Valkenburg, 2004). The more known about the nervous system, the more this theory became edited. However, as the theory was edited, the idea that laughter is an expression of the release of energy stayed. Spencer states in his essay “On the Phyisology of laughter” that emotions take the physical form of nervous energy (Morreall, 2009). This energy then produces motions that are characteristic for different emotions. These motions release the build-up energy (Morreall, 2009). According

  • Summary Of Upton Sinclair's The Jungle

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    Literature is where one could go to explore the highest and lowest points of human society, find the absolute truth, and support it using personal experiences and knowledge. Such is the case with writer Upton Sinclair, who grew up experiencing both sides of wealth and class divisions. By reflecting on his experiences with class division, Upton Sinclair’s exposé not only sheds light on the fight for workers rights but also incorporates a Socialist philosophy. Upton Sinclair was born in Baltimore

  • Buddhist Themes In Izutsu

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    In the Noh play Izutsu by Zeami (1363-1443) Buddhist concepts play a clear role in the poetic content of the text. In this poetry, the Buddhist philosophical concepts of material impermanence, human suffering (dukkha), and the unification of the spiritual self with the cosmos, appear throughout. These concepts also appear in the written words of Zen practitioners, whose poetry provides a window into the deeper Buddhist significance of the text. Buddhist doctrine begins with the diagnosis and cure

  • Waste Water Lab Report

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    SAMPLE COLLECTION 1L of the waste water sample was collected from the waste water treatment plant located Apphughar, Visakhapatnam. This wastewater treatment plant is a 25MLD which receives raw sewage wastewaters from domestic uses from surrounding the city. The physico chemical parameter analysis reports were given in the Table 4.7.1. Table 4.7.1 Physical and chemical for the raw sewage at 25MLDss S.No. Parameter STP inlet (mg/L) 1 pH 7.22 2 Total dissolved solids(TDS) 1330 3 Total suspended solids

  • Pair Programming Methodology

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    The Agile software development methodology is one of the systematic and disciplined approaches followed in software engineering to deal with adaptability. Organizations evolve. They need to adapt to the growing needs of the business. Agile emphasizes on team work. These principles and practices impact knowledge building, sharing and consequently the overall development of the organization. There are a number of practices for agile. XP (Extreme programming), SCRUM, DSDM to name a few. One such practice

  • Khushwant Singh Analysis

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    analysis of his writings proves that the social historian in him has taken interest in these intimate, soul searching studies of life, because in them we find truth, reflected with deep sensitivity and emotions. In a well-known published collection of essays,Khushwant Singh’s India, the special qualities of Singh are described thus, Khushwant Singh has been described as India’s Malcolm Muggerridge. He holds nothing sacred. He enjoys nothing more than dipping his barbed pen in a pot of vitriol and lambasting

  • The Pros And Cons Of Propaganda

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    Introduction Propaganda remains a relatively unformed concepts despite the fact that it was defined by many scientists with different ways. This is reflected in the uncertainty and absence of agreement between several ways used to explain the phenomenon. But still some aspects of propaganda can be studied without unconditional agreement in political and other sciences. Propaganda in many cases is associated with a distortion of the truth and such expressions as ‘brainwash’, ‘lie’, ‘manipulation’