E-Notebook Lesson 1 - Notes Background Information -2006 - 33 countries involved in study to measure pride in those countries -Canada - 7th in list for most proud -Highest score in Venezuela Activity Areas of PrideReasons for Ranking1. Canadas Democratic system of GovernmentThis system in Canada is what defines Canada as a country. The freedom we have as Canadians is what allows Canada to be a diverse multicultural society, as well as a strong economic structure built by the brilliance of our citizens.2. Canadas MulticulturalismAssimilation can be seen all throughout Canada. The majority of the population in Canada is comprised of immigrants. These are the immigrants that built Canada as a country today.3. Canadas PeacekeepingCanadas peacekeeping is one major thing to be proud of because it allows for Canada to be a safe and reliable place to live. War is a major destruction and peacekeeping is able to stop its initiation. 4. Canadas Health Care SystemAlthough Canadas health care system is beneficial in many ways, it is the reason we pay many taxes throughout the year. This could be a disadvantage for those who dont usually need the same health care that others do.5. Canadas scientific and technological achievementsAlthough we are extremely technologically advanced in our society, our achievements in this field arent too high for the most part. The United States, Japan and even Russia is better at inventing applications whereas we are able to provide for the resources to use them.6. The way Canada treats its AboriginalsCanada has had many issues with treating their Aboriginals right. For example the Ipperwash Crisis that resulted in an innocent mans death. There were many land claims the Aboriginals had as well. However, Canada has fixed the majority of these issues and is working on more. Notes From this activity it can be seen that assimilation is a big part of what shapes Canada. Canada Day Quiz Score 13/16 Lesson 2 - Notes Background Information Conflict occurs when There are two perspective to the situation There are different beliefs and opinions There are different interests and the outcome of situation may be beneficial for one person Conflicts are hard to resolve because one person may not be viewing the situation from the other persons perspective. Emotions make a situation more complex Finding common ground allows for the people involved to share their perspective on the situation Conflict Resolution There are five common ways of dealing with conflict Denial or Withdrawal Person pretends the conflict exists and walks away from it. Conflict technically remains unsolved. Could be convenient if issues are not critical. Smoothing Over Person uses suppression plays. May be used when trying to preserve relationship when issue of not critical. Power of Dominance Used to settle differences. May be vested in ones authority or position and may that the form of a majority or persuasive minority. Results in winners and losers, losers being the ones who are not in favour of final decision. Compromise or Negotiation Although considered virtue, it has drawbacks as one party doesnt want to give as much as they get. Not very effective and made when there is a speedy decision. Integration or Collaboration The parties are to recognize the interest and abilities of others in order to gain an understanding of where they stand in the situation. Additional Thoughts or Comments Personally, I think the best form of resolution is integration or collaboration due to the fact that it allows for one person to understand the others situation better. Putting themselves in the others shoes. Opinion Paragraph Drinking Age The legal drinking age should be raised to 21. Adolescents tend to make minor mistakes that can lead to major consequences however, if the influence of alcohol is present, both the mistake and consequence is deemed worse. For example, car accidents happen everyday, but with the influence of alcohol, the
Unit Four: Local Advocacy
Unit Overview: In this unit, we will take everything learned thus far and apply it to an academic research project in order to create an understanding of and participate in civic and academic discourse. Being able to communicate effectively within the academic world is essential to any college career while civic discourse allows a person to participate in a meaningful way within their community. This unit focuses on two major assignments: the annotated bibliography and…
152-153) stated that OCB is divided in two types: (OCBI) that includes courtesy and altruism which behaviors are directed specifically; and (OCBO), which is concerned with advantaging the organization as one covers conscientiousness, sportsmanship and civic virtue.
With behaviours directed specifically to individuals in an organization, indirect contribution will be done to organizational effectiveness.
Behaviors are not specifically directed to individuals. It is labelled as organizational…
chapter discusses the two different issues of war and the response of the nation. A major topic in my paper is how the ideas have changed from WW2 to todays time and this chapter will be very helpful
Robert Harimanand John Louis Lucaites. "Performing Civic Identity: The Iconic Photograph Of The Flag Raising On Iwo Jima." Quarterly Journal of Speech 88, no. 4 (2002): 363-392.
This chapter discusses the ultimate effect of the photograph of the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima. This is a piece that I will…
San Diego House for the Collaboration of Hope
County of San Diego
Health and Human Services Agency
1600 Pacific Coast HWY, Room 206
San Diego, CA 92101
Proposed Project Dates: July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014
Amount of Funding Requested: $ 636,136.60
Date of Submission: November 21, 2012
Project Leader: Misty Canaday
Youth in transition are are youth that are aging out of the foster care system. Often times they have no one to turn to and nowhere to go. Without this support studies…
he Department of Political Science combines the energies of students and departmental faculty in active learning and honest
scholarship. The goals of the department are
these: 1) to employ the principles of discovery learning in developing an understanding
of both the foundational concepts of systems
of government and the theoretical concepts
that animate contemporary public affairs;
2) to create a balanced perspective among the
subdisciplines within political science;…
"peoples car" with a price tag of Rs40,000. This changed the industry's profile dramatically. Maruti 800 was well accepted by middle income families in the country and its sales increased from 1,200 units in FY84 to more than 200,000 units in FY99. However in FY2000, this figure came down to 189,184 units, due to rising competition from Hyundai's 'Santro', Telco's Indica and Daewoo's 'Matiz'.
Many companies have entered the car manufacturing sector, to tap the middle and premium end of car industry…
Xerox Corporation is a $16 billion technology and services enterprise that helps businesses deploy smart document management strategies and find better ways to work. It’s intent is to constantly lead with innovative technologies, products and solutions that customers can depend upon to improve business results.
Xerox provides the document industry’s broadest portfolio of offerings. Digital systems include color and black-and-white printing and publishing systems, digital presses…
Salisbury and its Comparison to Stephen Earle’s Work
By: Emily Machlin
This paper will discuss Stephen C. Earle and his connection to Salisbury Laboratories and to Worcester Polytechnic Institute. It will compare other works of his time and other building details to Salisbury Labs while touching on expansions and additions to the building.
From the beginning of Worcester Polytechnic Institute architecture has been a big part of the campus feeling. And over time every building that…
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