In this week, we studied “Spiral of Silence Theory”, which was proposed firstly by Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann who founds humans are afraid of isolation and rejection. Spiral of Silence Theory means people prefer to keep silent especially when they feel they may have opposite opinions with others’. The first reason of people to keep silent is that they are afraid their divergent opinions will incur isolations. For example, most of students in the discussion sections don’t like answer or ask questions because they are afraid that teacher or other classmates will laugh at themselves because of their idiot questions. Even though teachers encourage students to speak out their opinions, they still want to be silent to avoid any isolations. Therefore, people who don’t have the awareness that they actually in the majority will become quieter. They don’t speak out, don’t tell others what they think and are always quiet. Also, they are afraid of rejection. When they request something or ask a question, they are really scared that anyone will refuse what they said. People will be embarrassed and lost confidence gradually. The second reason is that “Fear of reprisal or more extreme isolation, in the sense that voicing said opinion might lead to a negative consequence beyond that of mere isolation (loss of a job, status, etc.)” (Davie, G. n.d. Spiral of Silence.). The reprisal is much more ridiculous than isolation or rejection because the reprisal exerts the worst influence on people’s mental and physical health. Although people have fear on ridicule or rejection, reprisal and extreme isolation is more serious. Just like what Davie mentioned in his blog, losing a job or status are the results
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Developments in Rhythm from the 18th to 21st Centuries
Music can be broken down into a number of aspects. Each aspect influences the creation, study, and performance of music. Music is composed mainly of harmonic and melodic progressions, and rhythm. Rhythm is the organization of the time element in music. Music is often composed between the two parameters of pitch and rhythm. Rhythm is made up of beats, which is the heartbeat (pulse) of any piece of music.
From the beginning of…
Alvernia University MUS 220 Grace Mesamours
Drum Circles Report
1. What is a ‘Drum Circle’?
A drum circle is any group of people sitting in a circle, playing hand drums and other percussion instruments. Drum circles can vary in size; it can go from a handful of people, to a group of thousands. Drums circles offer equality; there is no head or tail of the circle, the circle includes people of all ages, races, and religions. The main purpose of drum circle is for people to share rhythm and…
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Dual Sides of Femininity in Louise Bennett’s Poem “Jamaica Oman”
“Oman luck mus come!” (48). These words demonstrate Louise Bennett’s view that Jamaican women are liberated and share the same level of respect as men, who used to be regarded as superior. No matter their races or social classes, Jamaican women rise from discriminated groups to be the heads of households and successful leaders in all kinds of professions. Louise Bennett herself…
Earned Revenue *Earned revenue* is *revenue* created by the business operations of the facility. Sources that contribute to museums’ earned revenue include admissions, gift shops, food and beverage sales, memberships, facility rentals, and fees for research services. Essentially, any product or service that is offered by the museum and generates income is considered earned income. *Unearned revenue* is money that is not generated by the business operations of the facility, but is provided…
characteristics with true rats. A rat has an average life span of 2-3 years.
Rats are distinguished from mice by their size; rats generally have bodies longer than 12 cm (5 in).
* 1 Species and description
* 2 As pets
* 3 As subjects of scientific research
* 4 Laughter in rats
* 5 As food
* 6 In culture
o 6.1 In Eastern cultures
o 6.2 In Western cultures
o 6.3 In religion…
Paddock Wood Brewing Co: A Strategic Analysis Report
This analysis showcases what Paddock Wood currently does well and what it can do better in
the future to expand its market. Paddock Wood does not have an updated marketing plan and
there is no promotional budget. While it is enjoying catering to a niche market, the influx of
population demographics continues to change and there is no guarantee of loyalty from their
customers. Beer industry continues to be strong and…
just want to order some pizza get a movie at red box and make you where some black". She just rolled her eyes at me calling her Anna and said " I`ll order the Pizza" we had a blast. And I made her wear all black my goal was finally accomplished.
5 months later
"I`m not wearing that I let you do this to my hair but definitely not"! I let Annabeth curl my long black hair that I finally grew out it was half way down my back but I was cutting it tomorrow unless I forget. "Oh come…
copies, which then ‘‘age’’ as they diverge. Here we show that
the L1 character can both resolve and date recent speciation
events within the large group of very closely related rats
known as Rattus sensu stricto. This lineage arose 5–6 million
years ago (Mya) and subsequently underwent two episodes of
speciation: an intense one, Ϸ2.7 Mya, produced at least five
lineages in <0.3 My; a second began Ϸ1.2 Mya and may still
Cladistics is a phylogenetic approach for classifying…