Thursday, August 27, 2020
Each school, colleges, or organizations have their own crucial their understudies to sharpen their abilities however every one of them has one objective, it is to deliver insightful and profitable alumni, for them to create taught men. However, what is an informed man? For me, an informed man is somebody who concentrated very well who consistently try sincerely and doing endeavors in school and most particularly who completed his examinations with greatness. Mr. Jovito Salonga did a great activity on giving various references that will legitimize what an informed man truly is. I got his point that an informed man don't allude to those individuals who is extremely enamored with perusing, the issue to us Filipinos, we as a whole can peruse however we donÃ¢â¬â¢t recognize what perusing materials merit perusing for, that is the reason we regularly have low nature of training here in the Philippines.. Also, with my perception to my kindred Filipinos particularly to the youthful ones, they are attached to perusing showbiz magazines, funnies and other unnecessary understanding materials and on the off chance that you let them read a story or novel, they can peruse however the donÃ¢â¬â¢t realize how to appreciate. Furthermore, I likewise concurred on his examination among Philippines and Japan. Philippines is a rich nation as far as common assets that we Filipinos are our wellspring of food and regularly in our employment. Yet at the same time, our nation donÃ¢â¬â¢t have adequate aptitudes to make our nation incredible that is the reason we are one of the underdeveloped nations while Japan is a poor nation as far as characteristic assets and even tried by cataclysms like the dangerous torrent in 2011 and killed numerous lives yet we can see since Japan stood up and recouped basic since it has individuals of bountiful abilities. Training is a manÃ¢â¬â¢s venturing stone to a superior and more splendid life. ItÃ¢â¬â¢s a method of improving and upgrading their aptitudes and instruction is the first and significant pass to a long excursion called life. Mr. Jovito SalongaÃ¢â¬â¢s Ã¢â¬Å"An Educated ManÃ¢â¬ is truly outstanding and helpful discourse an understudy can ever hear or peruse. He gave an extraordinary accentuation on what an informed man truly is. Numerous components are considered to state that an individual is an informed man yet Mr. Salonga broke the bizarre viewpoint in an informed man. At the point when I read the title Ã¢â¬Å" An Educated ManÃ¢â¬ , I have this own viewpoint on what was the substance of the discourse. I anticipated that it should be persuasive and it is extremely motivational yet my misstep is, I figured an informed man will simply rely upon the amount he peruses frequently and what number of books he previously read and what number of realities and data are accumulated at the forefront of his thoughts yet through the discourse, I had y his clear comprehension about a genuine taught man. As I read it, I was so motivated and in the rear of my psyche , I had this enormous assurance to push through and put forth a valiant effort in my examinations. I understood it isn't generally about what number of decorations and grants you had yet it is about how you carry on with your life and simultaneously apply the learnings you had when you were all the while considering. Like what others state, toward a mind-blowing finish of being an understudy, you canÃ¢â¬â¢t consistently utilize your decorations and grants in this entangled life, it isn't in every case how you did great in school however it is now and again how you experience and how you exceed expectations outside the four-cornered room and how you face the real factors of life. In Mr. SalongaÃ¢â¬â¢s discourse, he wasnÃ¢â¬â¢t proposed to state or imply that a studentÃ¢â¬â¢s hardwork of remembering a great deal and perusing hundred of books are an exercise in futility however he was simply attempting to infer that undeniably more significant than the creation of a living, is a living of life. In association with Mr. SalongaÃ¢â¬â¢s An Educated Man, I am a future teacher, a future supplier of intelligence and information to my understudies. Beside continuing and giving my understudies an enough information, I likewise need to share my contemplations and encounters through instructing. I need to contact lives and I get it is acceptable and overpowering to see little youngsters grow up and change from being adolescent and juvenile to a man that ought to be. I need to rouse understudies not simply by giving them how great I am scholastically however how I grew up as an instructor. Since for me, instructing isn't only a calling, itÃ¢â¬â¢s an actual existence. Instructors are the light of each studentÃ¢â¬â¢s way, they just not just stood up before the class and educate, they additionally control the understudies since it will reflect to the understudy on the off chance that you are actually a decent educator. Understudies ought procure information as well as apply each exercise they got to their instructor since it is the association of an educator and an understudy that produce an informed man in addition to factor is the experience. An informed man isn't only an extraordinary and keen yet a man with mental fortitude and enthusiasm and a man who has an uplifting standpoint throughout everyday life and a man that despite everything turns upward above and express gratitude toward Him even cultivator fruitful he is presently. Like Mr. Salonga stated, an informed man ought to be carrying on a decent, significant and bountiful life. All in all, it is smarter to have two great characteristics to show what an informed man is. For me, they ought to have extraordinary psyche and simultaneously the mental fortitude and hardwork to achieve each assignment life needs to give. Instruction has an extremely extraordinary effect on a personÃ¢â¬â¢s future and it is actually an incredible factor on sharpening a personÃ¢â¬â¢s more splendid and fruitful life. Instruction is only a beginning of your excursion in this barbarous and senseless. After graduation and outside the four-cornered room will be the real factors and it is in your own hands how you will exceed expectations in life on the grounds that in life it isn't any longer getting high evaluations and grants, it is presently how you face each challenge and endure.
Saturday, August 22, 2020
Individual and expert abilities, my shortcomings and qualities This report is to look at my own and expert abilities, to distinguish my shortcomings and qualities and make some close to home arrangements on the best way to improve and upgrade them. Action 1: Personal Skills Review Dynamic Regular and consistently settling on choice, somehow. Dynamic includes dangers, and I would state that it is one of my shortcomings. It could be the way of life or the familial direction I have, where dynamic is the duty of the dad or the spouse in the family. I realize I have a decent understanding and better judgment with regards to evaluating certain circumstances, yet my aptitudes in dynamic isn't worked out. I need to build up that aptitude however I had no trust in voicing out my sentiment in the work environment and at home. As Pettinger (2001) said it is difficult to foresee with sureness the result of choices, however it is conceivable to find a way to survey the conceivable scope of results. In dynamic, it is constantly combined with specific dangers that the leader needs to experience. I ought to have the option to deal with and adapt to the result of the choice I make. I ought to be set up to confront what might be the result of my choices. There should be an elective arrangement in the event that anything turns out badly. Cautious arranging must be considered before concocting a choice so as to maintain a strategic distance from negative outcomes. I should examine and break down significant data comparative with the arranged exercises before settling on a choice so as to decrease if not to maintain a strategic distance from traps in dynamic. Setting aside plentiful effort to audit arranged exercises is perhaps the best system for the chiefs and managers to consider in guaranteeing fruitful results. I should upgrade my abilities in dynamic by taking an interest in the arranging of exercises at home and in the work environment. I do not have the assurance and the mental fortitude because of a paranoid fear of making disappointments and accused for it. The absence of fearlessness to stand up and said my piece has avoided all the great open doors that had come my direction. I should attempt to create certainty and face a few challenges so as to accomplish what I needed to achieve with my life. Successful Communication As an individual I accept that successful correspondence keeps a solid individual or expert connection with the individuals I am associating with, be it at home, grinding away or in any conditions where my closely-held conviction is required. There are a great deal of approaches to impart and it isn't just transmitting my message yet in addition how I convey the message viably. It is clear accordingly, that it isn't only the words expressed or composed that are significant, yet in addition (Pettinger, 2001): The manners in which they are spoken or composed The setting where they are spoken or composed The connection between those giving and those getting What isn't expressed or composed What is exact What is purposely unclear Viable correspondence evokes great relations, improves the personal satisfaction, spurs individuals and along these lines yields better relational relationship at home and at work. I would say, I am fruitful in transmitting messages verbally and get criticism instantly. I have a decent aptitude in verbal correspondence and think about this as one of my qualities. It is a favorable position, I would state, since I had the option to help the private company of my better half and his sibling. I may not be a piece of the dynamic procedure concerning the business however I had the option to draw in clients through my capacity to convey successfully. My own technique is tuning in to recommendations made by customers; tune in to questions raised before offering my own input about the circumstance. This could open correspondence line among me and the clients and make cordial relationship and increase their unwaveringness and support. Arranging Skills John Hayes (2002) said that we are generally mediators. Arrangement is a procedure of joint dynamic wherein individuals with various favored results collaborate so as to determine. Arranging is the way toward settling of understanding thinking about the variables of individual relationship, the status, sexual orientation, racial, and age contrasts, notoriety, desires, timing and work pressure. It is the specialty of talking about with another gathering to think of pleasing terms, for example, figuring out what I and that of the other party needs and dont need for a specific circumstance. It is the comprehension of what is worthy to me and for the other party and what isn't satisfactory. Arranging is a two-way process. You take and advantage without hosting the other gathering being impeded. I have an individual ability in arranging things and I have applied it to enable the business to run by my significant other and his sibling. I manufacture affinity with our customers and clients. Exchange is a success win process. In circumstances like this when the client requests a few things and administrations comparative with the business, I am in the bleeding edge to manage the circumstance. I make sure that the requests of the clients will be conceded without bargaining the created benefit of the organization. At the point when clients begin to arrange, they have as a top priority the sort of advantage they wanted to get. In arranging I must be wonderful in managing the individual I am making an arrangement with however here and there I must be somewhat forceful yet not threatening to ensure my own ideal results. My ability in arranging has helped a great deal in the accomplishment of our private venture. I picked up clients as well as old buddies. My relational abilities imp roved my capacity to interface with the individuals I am managing in regular day to day existence. Indeed, even in my own home I practice how to arrange on the grounds that youngsters are generally excellent arbitrators. It isn't giving the wants of the other party while my own advantage endures and the other way around. There is consistently a shared opinion of consent to accomplish that would profit both arranging parties and that is the place my aptitude in arranging will happen. Movement 2: Professional Skills Review Training Skills Training is surveying the individuals and hierarchical needs and gave them the important information, abilities and skill to accomplish authoritative objectives. A mentor or a coach is a counselor who controls the individual to perform better or to learn new procedures on the most proficient method to do task viably. A director in an association will help improve the working execution of the representatives if the chief has the expertise on the best way to mentor. Instructing is something other than conferring your thoughts, abilities and information to your subordinates. As indicated by Zeus, P and Skiffington, S. (2002) instructing likewise centers around capacity and execution of an individual; forms affinity and tuning in, addressing and reflecting abilities; use objective setting and activity plan. It is likewise checking the degree of their advancement and evaluates the territory the student despite everything need to improve. The workers of the Parts and Services Company produ ce generally excellent administrations to their customers since they are extremely gifted in their art. They have obtained their expertise through their administrators who are quiet in acquainting some new abilities with them. A decent presentation mirrors a decent mentor. Representatives will have a high respect for themselves on the off chance that they know the subtleties of how a specific assignment is finished. A beneficial representative will likewise create great outcomes and the credit will go to the supervisor who fills in as a tutor or mentor. A compelling training will assist representatives with being persuaded to learn more for motivations behind professional success as well as for the companys goals to be figured it out. Worker adequacy likewise depends how they are prepared skilfully, either by training or coaching, and positive guiding. Learning can't be applied successfully without one-on-one follow up from the mentor. It is important for the chief mentor to perceiv e how much the worker has gained from the individual preparing given by putting the student to rehearse what he has realized. The training procedure must fluctuate from individual to individual on the grounds that there are quick student individuals and some need nitty gritty clarification and data. That is the reason a decent mentor must have the nature of showing restraint. Initiative Skills Through great tutoring and directing we can create great pioneers. Wikipedia-Dictionary characterized advising as the arrangement of help and direction in settling individual, social or mental issues and challenges particularly by a prepared individual on an expert premise. In the other hand, tutoring is a self-improvement apparatus helping individuals to advance and understand its possibilities. The administrators of Parts and Service Company were acceptable in their abilities in advising, but on the other hand are acceptable tutors. They recognize the representatives who have the possibilities of turning out to be acceptable pioneers and urged and helped them to build up their abilities through tutoring and guiding. A decent pioneer must have an adaptable character. Administration expertise is obtained, thusly through training and experience an administrator can be a decent and compelling pioneer. The accomplishment of an association relies significantly upon the administration of the individuals overseeing it. Administration is the ability to impact others in the association. A decent pioneer is followed and regarded by the individuals he is working with. Parts and Service Company representatives admire their supervisor not just in light of the fact that he has contributed a lot to the accomplishment of organization goals, but since of his way in driving the individuals he is working with. He doesn't just lead individuals yet he additionally mentors simultaneously, bestowing to them his mastery that made him the good example in the association. He shows others how its done. The characteristics of a decent pioneer is described by a having an awareness of other's expectations, make a solid effort to finish an assignment, assurance to accomplish objectives, practice activity in social circumstances, self-assured, the capacity to react decidedly to pressure and the
Friday, August 21, 2020
Issue Statement Ã Ã Ã Ã Ã My task was to discover 3 conditions, that would offer me a response, in the event that I had certain data. The first was to discover one that in the event that you realized that there were four pegs on the limit, and none on the inside, you could get the zone. The second was in the event that you realized that there were 4 pegs on the limit, and you knew what number of were on the inside, you could get the region. Furthermore, last, on the off chance that you had the number on the inside, and the number on the limit, you could get the zone. Ã Ã¢ Ã¢ Ã¢ Ã¢ Procedure Ã Ã Ã Ã Ã The initial two conditions, were a groundwork for the last, developing towards the total thought. This aided, on the grounds that I could finish the initial two before long. For Freddie I drew a 3 segment T-Table, with a drawing of the figure, the quantity of Pegs (in), and the Area (out). I searched for an example between the in and the out, and immediately discovered one that appeared well and good, and I worked it into a recipe. I got X/2-1=Y. Where X is IN (number of pegs) and Y is OUT (Area). This works in all shapes with no inside pegs, as Freddie depicted. I appended this T-Table. Ã Ã Ã Ã Ã For Sally I followed my karma of the 3 section T-Table, and drew another with similar rules. The figure, the inside pegs (in), and the zone (out). After I filled in a couple of figures, and their properties, I saw a theme, and not long after, an equation, which worked for them. It was X+1=Y. This T-Table is likewise connected. Ã Ã Ã Ã Ã Now...the next was not all that simple. Frashy's necessary a since quite a while ago perspective, an...
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Being skeptical about this type of movie is normal, however, keep an open mind. It tells the story of two children growing up in rural Montana with a strict Minister father. Their father not only taught them the word of God and to put all their faith in their religion, but he also taught them to fly fish. Several times it is mentioned that the line between God and fly fishing was usually blurred or hard to find. Norman Maclean is the eldest son, he also appears to be the protagonist. The movie is in his point of view with an older version of himself providing voice overs as he reflects. The story starts when Norman and his younger brother Paul were children, but it spends most of the time when they are older. Both being out of college and fresh to the world as responsible adults, this movie adds its name to a long list of drama films. What makes a good drama? Three key things to look for in any drama are: conflict, character portrayal, and last, but not least, comic relief. Does this movie have conflict? Any good drama has a conflict in the plot, particularly one that grabs the attention of the audience, and A River Runs Through It is no exception. The main conflict in this film appears to be life itself. The conflict is displayed all throughout the movie, with the struggle of growing up to the struggle of finding your place in this world. The main plot is the conflict of life while the subplots are more about each character doing a little searching of their own. Norman hasShow MoreRelatedRiver Runs Through It1218 Words Ã |Ã 5 PagesA River Runs Through it A River Runs Through it is a story about the relationship between two brothers. The younger brother Paul has problems. He is a gambler, a drinker, and is short on cash, but his main problem is that he will not allow his older brother, Norman, to help him. Paul refuses to accept his older brothers aid and moreover refuses to even listen to what his brother has to say. In order to make his brother listen Norman will be forced to confront his brother, something that he isRead More A River Runs Through It Essay466 Words Ã |Ã 2 Pages A River Runs Through It nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;Fly fishing is not what this story is all about, although it might seem so at first. Neither is it about religion, even though the fatherÃ¢â¬â¢s first line is: quot;In our family, there was no clear line between religion and fly fishing.quot; Yes, these two things are themes that run through the story and add to its power. But there is so much more. It depicts a place of beauty, history, myth, and mystery, it is a triangle of earth in Montana whereRead MoreEssay on A River Runs Through It1223 Words Ã |Ã 5 PagesAll lives revolve around decisions and instances from ones past. In A River Runs Through It (1992), director Robert Redford uses this idea and applies it to a true story of two brothers from Montana, Norman and Paul Maclean (Craig Sheffer and Brad Pitt, respectively). Based on the autobiographical novel by Norman Maclean himself, River uses MacleanÃ¢â¬â¢s metaphysical beliefs about life and nature to present its many themes. Using a longing scor e, various film devices, and a story line involving themesRead MoreThe River Runs Through It Essay840 Words Ã |Ã 4 Pagesfour-count, to something a bit more innovative, shadow casting. The technique wasnt the only thing he altered. He also caught fish for quality, which leaked with palpability when he told Norman he aspired to catch the most prevalent fish in the river. Another exceptionally nontraditional detail about Pauls fishing has to deal with the fact that he took incredible risks. This trait had particular obviousness when he went into the rapids in order to catch the fish of his dreams. TraditionalisticRead More A River Runs Through Us Essay4120 Words Ã |Ã 17 PagesA River Runs Through Us 1. Ã¢â¬Å"The Anacostia River is a metaphor for the way poor people and minorities are treatedÃ¢â¬ (Hoover). In 1994, the Anacostia River was fourth on the list of American Rivers Ã¢â¬Å"Most Endangered RiversÃ¢â¬ (Rynor). Since the late 19 th century the water quality in this river has slowly declined with the onset of urbanization and industrialization and the pollution that accompanies this growth. The Anacostia is severely polluted with Ã¢â¬Å"sediment, nutrients, pathogens, toxinsRead MoreEssay on Norman Macleans A River Runs Through It925 Words Ã |Ã 4 PagesNorman Macleans A River Runs Through It Throughout A River Runs Through It, Norman Maclean emphasizes the relationship between nature, art, and faith. The concise, simple sentence with which he chooses to open his story captures the essence of all one hundred pages: in his family, there was no clear line between religion and fly fishing (1). Reverend Maclean believes that both fly fishing and spiritual belief are exact arts, if such a term can exist without paradox. The Reverend holdsRead MoreA River Runs Through It - The Importance of Fishing Essay638 Words Ã |Ã 3 Pagespeople who have read A River Runs through It some time in their life, is a gift. Whether fishermen use bait, worms, or Georges flies it is that much sweeter to catch some trout with a brother under one arm and a father on the other. The river and fishing made such a big impact on the Maclean family that it is the root of this book. The Macleans compared the river to life, went fishing to answer questions, and created a river that has a past full of memories. The river and fishing become metaphorsRead MoreNorman MacleanÃ¢â¬â¢s A River Runs Through It Essay1308 Words Ã |Ã 6 PagesA Hobby or a Way of Life Religion and tradition are two ways that families come together. However in Norman MacleanÃ¢â¬â¢s novella, A River Runs Through It, the Maclean familyÃ¢â¬â¢s devotion to their Presbyterian religion and their tradition of fly-fishing is what undeniably brought the family together. Under the fatherÃ¢â¬â¢s strict Presbyterian values, his sons, Norman and Paul used fly-fishing as the link that brought them closer together and helped them bond with their father on a different level. TheRead MoreAnalysis Of A River Runs Through It By Norman Maclean1736 Words Ã |Ã 7 Pagestestifies to this power in his novella A River Runs Through It. Through his eulogy to the Blackfoot river Norman Maclean captures the human soul and what it means to grow up, his story explaining how a river affects a man. Robert RedfordÃ¢â¬â¢s movie adaptation, while maintaining the core importance of the Blackfoot river, focuses on the interpersonal relationships Norman develops throughout his life and how t hose affect his character and life choices. 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Friday, May 15, 2020
Arizona v. Hicks (1987) clarified the need for probable cause when seizing evidence in plain view. The United States Supreme Court found that officers must reasonably suspect criminal activity in order for them to lawfully seize items in plain view without a search warrant. Fast Facts: Arizona v. Hicks Case Argued:Ã December 8, 1986Decision Issued: March 3, 1987Petitioner: State of Arizona, represented by the Assistant Attorney General of Arizona, Linda A. AkersRespondent: James Thomas HicksKey Questions: Is it illegal for a police officer to conduct a warrantless search and seizure of evidence in plain view without probable cause?Majority:Ã Justices Scalia, Brennan, White, Marshall, Blackmun, StevensDissenting: Justices Powell, Rehnquist, OConnorRuling: Police officers must have probable cause, even if the evidence they are seizing is in plain view. Facts of the Case On April 18, 1984, a gun was fired in James Thomas HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ apartment. The bullet sailed through the floor and struck an unsuspecting neighbor below. Police officers arrived on the scene to help the injured man, and quickly realized the bullet had come from the apartment above. They entered HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ apartment to locate the shooter, weapon, and any other possible victims. One police officer, referred to in the Supreme Courts ruling as Officer Nelson, noticed high-end stereo equipment that seemed out of place in the otherwise Ã¢â¬Å"squalidÃ¢â¬ four-room apartment. He moved the items to get a look at their serial numbers so that he could read and report them to headquarters. Headquarters alerted Officer Nelson that one piece of equipment, a turntable, had been stolen in a recent robbery. He seized the item as evidence. Officers later matched some of the other serial numbers to open robbery cases and seized more stereo equipment from the apartment with a warrant. Based on the evidence found in his apartment, Hicks was indicted for robbery. At trial, his attorney motioned to suppress evidence uncovered from the search and seizure of the stereo equipment. The state trial court granted the motion to suppress, and on appeal, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed. The Arizona Supreme Court denied review and the U.S. Supreme Court took the case on a petition. Constitutional Issues Coolidge v. New Hampshire had established the Ã¢â¬Å"plain viewÃ¢â¬ doctrine, which allows police to seize evidence of criminal activity that is in plain view. The question posed to the Supreme Court in Arizona v. Hicks was whether or not police first need probable cause to initiate search and seizure of an item in plain view. More specifically, was moving the turntable in HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ apartment to read its serial numbers considered a search under the Fourth Amendment? How does the Ã¢â¬Å"plain viewÃ¢â¬ doctrine affect the legality of the search? Arguments Assistant Attorney General Arizona, Linda A. Akers, argued the case on behalf of the state. In the stateÃ¢â¬â¢s opinion, the officerÃ¢â¬â¢s actions were reasonable and the serial numbers were in plain view. Officer Nelson entered the apartment through legal means to investigate the commission of a crime. The stereo equipment had been left out in plain view, which suggested that HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ had no expectation that the equipment or its serial numbers would be kept private, Akers argued. John W. Rood III argued the case for the petitioner. According to Rood, the stereo equipment was tangential to the reason that officers had entered the apartment. They were searching for evidence of gun violence, not robbery. Officer Nelson acted on a suspicious feeling when he examined the stereo equipment. That feeling was not enough to justify a search and seizure of evidence without a warrant, Rood argued. In order to write down the serial numbers, the officer had to touch the equipment and move it, proving that the numbers were not readily apparent. Ã¢â¬Å"Wherever a policemanÃ¢â¬â¢s eye may go, his body need not follow,Ã¢â¬ Rood told the Court. Majority Ruling Justice Antonin Scalia delivered the 6-3 decision. The majority found that probable cause is required to invoke the plain view doctrine when seizing evidence.Ã Justice Scalia broke down the case into several separate issues. First, he considered the legality of the initial search. When officers first entered HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ apartment, they did so under exigent (emergency) circumstances. Shots had been fired and they were attempting to apprehend the suspect and evidence of the crime. Thus, the search and seizure of evidence within HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ apartment was valid under the Fourth Amendment, Justice Scalia reasoned. Next, Justice Scalia examined Officer NelsonÃ¢â¬â¢s actions once within HicksÃ¢â¬â¢ apartment. The officer noticed the stereo but had to move it to access its serial numbers. This qualified as a search because the serial numbers would have been hidden from sight if Officer Nelson had not repositioned the object. The content of the search was not important, Justice Scalia wrote, because Ã¢â¬Å"a search is a search, even if it happens to disclose nothing but the bottom of a turntable.Ã¢â¬ Finally, Justice Scalia addressed whether or not the warrantless search was legal under the Fourth Amendment. The officer lacked probable cause to search the stereo equipment, relying only on his Ã¢â¬Å"reasonable suspicionÃ¢â¬ that it might be stolen, he wrote. This was insufficient to satisfy the requirements of the plain view doctrine. In order to seize something in plain view during a warrantless search, the officer must have probable cause. This means that an officer must have a reasonable belief, based on factual evidence, that a crime has been committed. When Officer Nelson seized the stereo equipment, he had no way of knowing that a theft had occurred or that the stereo equipment could be linked to that theft. Dissent Justices Powell, OÃ¢â¬â¢Connor, and Rehnquist dissented. Justice Powell argued that there was little difference between looking at an object and moving it as long as both actions were based on reasonable suspicion. Justice Powell thought Officer NelsonÃ¢â¬â¢s suspicion was reasonable because it was based on his factual perception that the stereo equipment seemed out of place. Justice OÃ¢â¬â¢Connor suggested that Officer NelsonÃ¢â¬â¢s actions constituted more of a Ã¢â¬Å"cursory inspectionÃ¢â¬ rather than a Ã¢â¬Å"full-blown searchÃ¢â¬ and should be justified by reasonable suspicion rather than probable cause. Impact Arizona v. Hicks set a precedent for considering probable cause in relation to plain view. The Court took a Ã¢â¬Å"bright-lineÃ¢â¬ approach to eliminate any uncertainty as to what level of suspicion is required to conduct a search and seizure of evidence in plain view. Privacy advocates applauded the decision because it limited the range of actions a police officer can take when conducting a plain view search of a private residence. Critics of the ruling focused on the fact that it might hinder reasonable law enforcement practices. Despite concerns, the ruling still informs police protocol today. Sources Arizona v. Hicks, 480 U.S. 321 (1987).Romero, Elsie. Ã¢â¬Å"Fourth Amendment: Requiring Probable Cause for Searches and Seizures under the Plain View Doctrine.Ã¢â¬ Ã The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (1973-), vol. 78, no. 4, 1988, p. 763., doi:10.2307/1143407.
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
In this essay I will argue that science and pseudoscience cannot be clearly demarcated: rather that thereÃ¢â¬â¢s great difficulty and complication on the fringes when asserting strict criteria that distinguishes the two. I will give a brief overview and draw on the arguments made by philosophers of science throughout history and explain why perhaps their criteria are problematic. I will look in depth into Ã¢â¬Ëcreation scienceÃ¢â¬â¢ and why we strongly consider this as pseudoscientific and analyse the more ambiguous peripheries of science such as Freudian psychoanalysis or even economics. Laudan (1983) claimed that the problem of demarcation can be traced back to ancient Greece and Aristotle. Aristotle asserted that from general laws one can deduce scientific theories that are consequently truthful statements. Pseudoscientific theories according to Aristotle are not deductively formulated and therefore cannot be considered scientific. However this method of demarcation is flawed: pseudosciences such as astrology can be vacuously true and most are reluctant to say astrology is scientific. We can already see from this early stage that the distinctions between science and pseudoscience are murky and the formulation of demarcation can be challenging. In the 17th century Francis Bacon introduced induction as the new method for producing scientific theories. However inductive reasoning is riddled with problems that make it unsatisfactory for demarcating science. HumeÃ¢â¬â¢s problem of inductionShow MoreRelatedScience Versus Pseudoscience : Science Vs. Pseudoscience774 Words Ã |Ã 4 PagesBSC 1020 Ã¢â¬â Homework Unit A Science vs. Pseudoscience This homework is worth 25 points of the 900 points available in the course. Please use the textbook, the PPT lecture handout of Chapter 1, and internet to answer the following six questions: 1) What are the steps of the scientific method? (4 points) The scientific method contains several steps which are as follows. 1. Ask a question 2. Do some background research 3. Create a hypothesis 4. Test your hypothesis by experimentationRead MoreThe Between Good Science And Pseudoscience1491 Words Ã |Ã 6 Pagesor basic study. 5. Psychoanalyst Ã¢â â Trained in therapeutic approach started by Freud. Pg. 33, Looking Back 1. How does Ã¢â¬Å"psychobabbleÃ¢â¬ differ from serious psychology? To tell the difference between good science and pseudoscience, one must look at the basic characteristics of each. Pseudoscience, or Ã¢â¬Å"psychobabbleÃ¢â¬ , hooks people on the basis of confirmation in popular beliefs. It utilizes the art of wording and creates a pretty veneer of scientific actuality, when in reality, the branches it entailsRead MoreThe New Science of Pseudoscience2014 Words Ã |Ã 8 Pagesmorality of the institution of slavery. Pro-slavery advocates had to find new ways of justifying their beliefs in order to provide a different perspective from which to view slavery, other than an economic standpoint. Southern society began to idealize science as an indisputable vehicle of objective truth. The rapid advancement of scientific knowledge lent scientists a Ã¢â¬Å"halo,Ã¢â¬ as they could claim neutrality and objectiveness. A scientistÃ¢â¬â¢s word was law and deemed worthy of imitation. Because of the beliefRead MoreDifferences Between Science And Pseudoscie nce1526 Words Ã |Ã 7 Pagesscientific theory 1.5.The difference between science and Pseudoscience is a deceptive practice that uses appearance or language of science to convince, confuse, or mislead people into thinking that something has scientific validity, while science is the process used to solve problems or develop an understand of repetitive natural events that involve knowledge and the test of possible answers. 1.6.Political science is not a science because political science is the study of power in states and societiesRead MoreScience And Pseudoscience From Ben Goldacre s Bad Science Essay1954 Words Ã |Ã 8 Pages1. Science and Pseudoscience One of the interesting things I have learned from Ben GoldacreÃ¢â¬â¢s Bad Science is how significant it is to know the difference between science and pseudoscience. As Goldacre discusses, most people see science as an authority not a method (Goldacre, page 3); so they mistakenly confuse market-based pseudoscientific products with science. Science is about experimental methods and testing specific hypothesis by controlling conditions to see the effects of studied factors. PseudoscienceRead MoreScience Should Progress Through Falsification And Demarcation As A Way For Distinguish Real Scientific Theories From Pseudoscience1785 Words Ã |Ã 8 PagesPopper believes science should progress through falsification and demarcation as a way to distinguish real scientific theories from pseudoscience. (A. Popper) Falsification is how a scientist should look at a problem they are attempting to solve instead of using existing theories and treating them as scientific laws you should instead try and prove existing theories wrong using emperical evidence to solve the questions being asked. (A. 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Pseudoscience is any type of method or theories, such as astrology, that is considered to not have a scientific basis (2015). Pseudoscience doesnÃ¢â¬â¢t follow the scientific method like science does. It sticks with evidence that is found instead of figuring out if it is acclaimed in the natural world. MajorityRead MoreAnalysis Of The Qray Bracelet : Pseudoscience1175 Words Ã |Ã 5 PagesThe QRay Bracelet: Pseudoscience In 1973, Manuel L. Polo, a chiropractor in Spain, supposedly developed an ionized bracelet that, using the bodyÃ¢â¬â¢s Ã¢â¬Å"Qi,Ã¢â¬ would make a person healthier and overall live a more balanced lifestyle (Barrett, 2008). In 1983, Que Te Ã¢â¬Å"AndrewÃ¢â¬ Park, along with QT Incorporated, expanded on the idea and invented the QRay bracelet (Carroll, 2015). The bracelet is in a Ã¢â¬Å"C-shapeÃ¢â¬ and is made out of metal Ã¢â¬â silver, gold, titanium, etc. The design allegedly creates a similar effectRead MoreThe Gap Between Scientist And Practitioner990 Words Ã |Ã 4 Pagesfield of clinical psychology and its scientific foundations. Pseudoscience and science differ in degree, rather than type as there are several blurred boundaries between the two. While the exact difference may be indistinct, the article lists ten indicators to help make this distinction more clear. Assertions that could never be proven false, known as ad hoc hypotheses, is a common method to explain any negative findings in pseudoscience. These ad hoc hypotheses are typically just added to plug any
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Many of these musical terms and concepts that were developed in this era are still being used today (Firer, 2011). The baroque periods was recognized for their order and elaborate culture and polished nature. All of these characteristics are very apparent from listening to the works of Antonio Vivaldi , Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frederic Handel. (Firer, 2011) Comparison of other Art Forms When the music that was heard at the orchestra performance was compared to there music from that same era along with other architecture or paintings it was noticed that all bore similar attributes.These attributes include but are not limited to being flamboyant, and elaborately ornamental with extensive ornamentation and detail (Firer, 2011). The music from the baroque era was centered around the needs of churches, which at that time relied on the theatrical attributes of art to make Ownership more appealing and attractive. The art, sculpture and painting from the arouse era also showed the artists passion for intricacy and beauty. We will write a custom essay sample on Defining the Humanities or any similar topic specifically for you Do Not WasteYour Time HIRE WRITER Only 13.90 / page Such painting and other art forms such as sculptures include works created by Rembrandt, Velazquez, and Poisson (Firer, 2011). Architecture includes elaborate buildings and churches and one of the most elaborate of this era is Versailles Palace in France. Conclusion Europe underwent several periods dating back from the medieval era to the present. The medieval era ended and ushered in the Renaissance era.