As humans we always try to examine and define people. We can’t help ourselves from making assessments and judgments on others, whether they are based on personal prejudices or objective standards. And most “artists” are evaluated by their final products and results: writers by their writings, musicians by their performance, and artists by their works of art. People generally view an artist in a subjective perspective through an artwork. What I create and produce is not simply a personal artwork of my own but an accurate and blunt reflection of myself, defining me as an artist and furthermore as kind of a person I truly am. On that account, the process and motives of making art become crucial, acting as determining elements of understanding my art. It is unquestionable that any kind of experience you have affects you and influences your art. In that aspect, I believe a method of making art is no fixed course, but an ongoing progress. I view my whole life; every activity happen is a part of the whole process of making art. A piece of art is capable of revealing everything about the artist: his or her ideology, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, desire, dreams, and on. It reflects everything that the artist has seen, watched, heard, thought of, and experienced, which is why I continuously force myself to read, communicate, and practice as much as I could because I know by my heart that knowledge and insights I obtained by doing so will function as good assets and advantages in my paintings. I read history books and articles from Times Magazine, study and do master copy of drawings and paintings of great masters like Rembrandt, Rubens, Sargent, and Steve Huston, and listen to jazz and classical music. Even after confronting a financial problem within my family, which is why I was to postpone my dream of going to art school, I have maintained to continue those
Rob Parsons: A Morgan Stanley Case Analysis
Organizational Behavior and Leadership
Kwan Soo Myoung
I. Parsons’ Performance Assessment
Overall, Rob Parson’s performance at Morgan Stanley has been very strong when numbers are taken into consideration. In his time at MS, he has brought on new clients and expanded his division’s market share dramatically, increasing it over 10 percent…
Many ask what a hero is, a hero is someone who puts others' lives over their own. Don Ferguson, is a true hero. Serving in two wars, Don has saved countless lives, that makes him a hero in most eyes. However, even though he has since retired, he continues to do good and takes care of everyone. A true hero has to be selfless, caring, and most of all brave.
Known to me as Uncle, Don has raised two daughters as a single parent, served in “Operation…
The Friar and the Parson
In The Canterbury Tales, by Chaucer, there seems to be a fairly immense difference between his ideal character of the Parson and the Friar. Usually, since both are members of the Catholic Church, one would suspect that their ideas are much alike since priest had to take vows of poverty, chastity, and compliance to the church. Some things that’s priest were supposed to do were help the sick, poor, and outcast of society, and when a priest was confronted…
Outline and evaluate Marxist views of the role of the
family in society 
• On the next slide is a plan for the Marxism essay.
It has headings of issues to cover, which are
colour coded. On the 3rd slide are the arguments
and evidence that fit into these headings.
• Move the evidence/arguments into the right
sections on the plan.
• The colour of the headings matches the headings.
If you want to make it harder use the terms
which are in black and white on the 4th slide.
Outline and evaluate…
FUNCTIONALISTS VIEW OF THE FAMILY
Functionalist’s view of families and households is mainly a positive view. In this essay, I will assess and describe the understanding of families through a functionalist view.
G.P. Murdock (1949) labelled a family as a social group characterized by common residence, financial relations and reproduction. It includes adults of both sexes, who are at least able to maintain a socially approved sexual relationship, have one or more children, be it…
technology, some people point out that marketing is central to modern businesses, but others think marketing is becoming more irrelevant to them. This essay will endeavour to demonstrate that although the development of marketing is confronted with some problems and changes, it is still central and will become more vital to modern businesses. This essay will answer people’s doubts and prove the relevance between marketing and businesses. Firstly, it will explain the decline of marketing in terms of…
Emile Durkheim (1858-1917), and later Talcott Parsons (1951), suggests that societies were social ‘systems’, made up of interrelated social elements, and that these systems were ‘moral’ entities. Durkheim and Parsons argue that all human associations give rise to expectations in patterns of conduct, therefore producing restrictions on how a person should or shouldn’t behave. Hence…
which we learn the norms and values of the society we live in. Agents of socialisation are people or groups that assist individuals in the socialisations, these are groups such as the family, the media, religion and the workplace. The purpose of this essay in to examine how great an influence on our gender identity the family is and to asses whether it is the most important influence on our gender identity.
There are many reasons the believe that the family is the most important agent of socialisation…
What is Sociology? Discuss the key sociological concepts and perspectives and apply one perspective to an area of your professional practice.
The primary purpose of this essay is to discuss sociology. Some definitions will be discussed as well as sociological concepts and perspectives. A sociological perspective will also be applied to the area of Health and Social Care provisions.
According to Marsh and Keating (2006) “Sociological is regarded as an essential part of training courses for teachers…
Values, Discrimination and Difference
Value is defined as ‘principles or standards of behaviour; ones judgement of what is important in life’. Everyone has their own values which they have developed throughout their lives. This essay will explain how our own values are learnt and at what stages, in addition to this it will explain the importance of BASW within Social Work, finally it will look at Anti Discriminative Practice and Equal Opportunities.
Social Work Practitioners began exploring…