After watching the 30 Days Immigration, I would define it as a good reality show. Why I say that? It is because the videos were addressing the social issue—immigration just at a right point. The man who lived in the immigrant’s house was really surprised me since he was acting completely different from the beginning to the end of the video, either in his attitude or emotion. Recall my memory, he said he won’t let the illegal immigrants to get into the United States, and he insisted that the immigrants shouldn’t stay in America because it is not their place. However, after he went to see what their original life in their hometown was, he was shocked. The living environment was really bad, and people just stayed in the “home” without the roof. Clear water was not very available. Later on, the daughter in the family got the admission from one of the universities in California, and the man was very happy as well as her. In the reflection time, he said that illegal immigrants were hard to fight for the living in America, but education seems like the only chance for them to change their lives and to get rid of the poor. Normally speaking, people would judge the lower-class people since they don’t understand one another and they don’t stand in their situation. At the end of the video, he was pretty sad for leaving the family. And he showed his sympathy to all the members of the family. He realized that his thought of rejecting immigrants is not correct, and obviously this is an unforgettable life-changing experience for him.
...the cherry on top. All the colors matched each other perfectly.
Everything was so peaceful in there. I had always been used to flying in an airplane with the regular conditions: crying babies, snoring adults, noisy children and that one person who always kicks your seat. This felt a lot different and exciting as well. I somehow felt really grown up. But after all, it was my 18thbirthday in two months and Justin’s in one month. Crazy how time has flown by us so fast. It was even our one-year anniversary in two days, but I still had no clue what to get him! “Are you coming?” Justin suddenly asked as he threw himself in the beige couch. I blinked a couple of times and looked over at him. “Love, are you coming?” He repeated as he tapped the seat beside him. “Wait a minute.” I said as I roamed around in the jet. Justin shrugged and put his headphones on to listen to some music meanwhile. Next stop; home.
I woke up and realized it was now the day of Justin and I’s one-year anniversary. We had gotten back from Canada yesterday, but Justin and I hadn’t spent much time together since he had some radio interviews to do as soon as we landed in the states. I used that opportunity to go out for some shopping. I was followed by a couple of paparazzi but they kept distance, so I managed to ignore it. I wanted to find the perfect gift for Justin. But I wasn’t sure what to buy at first. I felt like he owned every single thing my eyes...
SOC1 Video Project ＃extra credit
30Days - Straight Man in a Gay World
The TV show Thirty Days is talk about a sincere Christian; Ryan is sent to ED’s apartment which in Castro to live for 30days. Castro is a place in San Francisco which is almost completely gay community and has more than hundreds and hundreds of homosexuals.
Ryan is a heterosexuality guy and he believes in homosexuality is just a choice. He used to be an army and he feels like male should have masculinity. For example, he loves to play football and he has some guns which he called it to ‘babies’. He is a devout Christian. His apartment has a picture of Jesus on the wall. He thinks gay is wrong in the mind because of bible said that it is wrong. He has his first dinner in Castro with 12 gay guys, he said that marriage is should be between a man and a woman. Merry to same gender is wrong which is come from bible. In the second day, he asked Ed that how can he realized that he is gay and he said that he can’t think about people was born with gay. In the 7th day, Ryan told Penny Nixon who leads the Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco that he thinks that homosexuality is a fault. It’s something that homosexuality need to recognize. He also mentioned "Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with womankind. It is abomination." that one of the most controversial pieces of...
Day Labor, Illegal Immigration.
If we consider the background history of the United States, it would be hard to distinguish one America from another since we all are one way a country made up of immigrants and those who are also citizens. Thanksgiving is as much a holiday for all people, but one especially for those first immigrants, the settlers. Then, the other settlers that came particularly, from Ireland, Italy, France and Germany. Afterwards they came from as far as Russia and even China. And still the immigrants continue to come to this nation, seeking if not political asylum or economic stability that is lacking from where they are from to realize here a lifestyle that is healthier then the poverty that was in their country neighborhoods or towns. They come from closer and closer in proximity, sometimes if necessary illegally. As it concerns the present day, the majority of immigrants has reached a level some would call an epidemic that needs a resolution since it is perceived as a detriment to the way of life to citizens of this country. This coincides with the view of Rodolfo O. de la Garza, author of the article, “Neither Walls Nor Open Borders: A New Approach to Immigration Reform”, who relates “The government’s failure to realistically confront immigration has a political and policy crisis” (Garza 65) and others. I propose these are a few reasons why the immigrants that are...
...reflect outstanding marketing instincts, an innovative spirit and a passion for results and customer satisfaction
Lori Copeland - PSR Summary
Getting Started – The First 30Days
• Who is Lori Copeland
– Introduction to the organization and team – Personally meet with each team member
• Discuss successes • Challenges / competitive threats • Areas of immediate focus
– Understand revenue and activity expectations
• Territory / Account Review
– Historical performance – Gaps – Immediate areas of concern and current action plans in place (if any)
• On-boarding / Training
– Sales Process / Methodology
Lori Copeland - PSR Summary
What does success look like? – 60 days
• What does success look like?
– What are the areas where it is critical to achieve desired results?
• Consistent follow up / Address immediate customer needs
– Insert myself to maximize current opportunities or areas of concern
• Begin to formulate sales plan to maximize team performance
– Time constraints? – Meet and/or schedule appointments with key clients
• Performance Appraisal Metrics
– What are they and what are the expectations?
Lori Copeland - PSR Summary
Developing a Game Plan – 90 days
• Develop network amongst fellow PSRs
– Tap into their experiences and opinions from the field – Implement successful ideas,...
engaged, and we only have 2
... who left
in this world with special
person in our life ... Boy: Yeah, I do not know what to do .. Girl: I know! We play the game .. Boy: What game? Girl: I'll be your girl in 30days
and you'll be my girlfriend ... Boy: It's a great plan in fact, I have
nothing to see much of this sequence
DAY 1: They watch their first movie, and they
touched in a romantic movie ..Day 4: They went to the beach and have a
Boy and girl have their quality time
Day 12: Son of the circus called the girl, and
driving on a house of horror .... Daughter was afraid
and touched the boy's hand, but he
on the other hand and both they
Day 15: They saw a predictor of Down
have asked for their advice and future
the cashier said: "My dear, do not
spend time in your life ... spend the rest of your life
Fortunately "Then tears flow from the
DAY 20: Boy Girl invited to go to the hill and
they saw a meteor ... She murmured:
DAY 28: They sat on the bus and because
the way in which the girl gave the boy his first kiss
an accident ...
DAY 29: 23:37 the girl and the boy was sitting in the park, where the
they decided to play...
...30-60-90 Day Plan
Jared “Mac” Mills
Meet manager to prioritize what is expected within a specified timeframe,
discuss any open opportunities and develop initial plan of action
Review past revenue goals within the assigned territory
Create and study market focus, competitive & S.W.O.T. analysis
Research accounts thoroughly by obtaining additional or previous account
information from management team
Company polices and procedures
Hands on training; speak with current account managers; study literature and brochures; learn product
history/product future, product lists, features, benefits, availability, reliability; research competition
Obtain Information from HR when needed, discuss with managers
Participate in company sponsored training, speak with current managers for best practices
• Complete all specified company and service offering training within respective line
• Develop sales goals & accounts plans for prospect accounts & annual goals
• Continually increase knowledge of corporate services offerings
• Meet with manager and prospect specialists to build team approach for house and
new prospect accounts
• Meet with fellow representatives and tap into their experiences to help implement
ideas to expand accounts in areas not currently penetrated
• Meet with branch manager to establish expectations and...
A few months after Singapore was founded, the population began to grow very quickly. By 1821, Singapore's population had increased to about 5000. The main cause of this increase was immigration. Singapore in the 19th century attracted many people from different parts of the world. Businessmen and traders came here to trade while others came to look for jobs.
At that time, more men came to Singapore than women. This was especially so for the Chinese and Indians. Most of the Chinese and Indian immigrants did not intend to stay long in Singapore, so they did not bring their womenfolk along. This meant that the Chinese and Indians could not set up families here even though there were large numbers of them.
However, unlike the Chinese and Indians, the Malays and Europeans brought their families along when they came to Singapore. Thus, the number of Malay and European men was almost equal to the number of Malay and European women. While most Europeans returned home after they had completed their work here, most of the Malays settled with their families in Singapore.
Types Of Labourers
Many people came to Singapore to work because there were a lot of jobs in Singapore. Men were needed for jobs such as the clearing land for plantations, the building of roads, and the building of houses and offices. They were also needed to work in vegetable gardens and plantations owned by the rich planters. Anyone who was willing to...
November 4, 2014
Illegal immigration, a fervently debated issue in the United States, is defined as the migration of people across national borders, or the residence of foreign nationals in a country, in a way that is illegal according to the immigration laws of the destination country. Because the United States is such an attractive country, for it provides opportunity and prosperity, many people who live in less fortunate countries legally and illegally migrate to the United States. Illegal immigration causes a great ordeal, because many politicians and economists argue that illegal immigrants are an economic burden to the United States. On the other hand, some economists claim that illegal immigrants do not actually hurt the economy but they help it.
In the article “Illegal Aliens a Drain on U.S. Taxpayers, Report Says” Writer R. Cort Kirkwood argues that Illegal aliens are largely poor, uneducated and drain the welfare and public education systems, which causes a burden on the economy. Because most immigrants don’t have papers to work, they have to take jobs, which pay less then minimum wage causing them to live in poverty. Kirkwood writes,
“’according to the CIS (Center for Immigration Studies) …Illegals live in poverty at high rates because they earn much less money compared to Americans. The average household income for illegals is...