War is one of the most disturbing events that happens in our society. War not only is a negative way to solve a dispute between opposing forces but it places the lives of many in grave danger for a nonexisting purpose. People change for the worst when placed in situations of bloodlust and peril brought out by the environment of war. War brings along with it an unnecessary loss of life wasting the good health and youth of civilizations. War produces negative consequences to both civilization and the economy.
Family, friends and strangers battle for our freedom every day but at a cost of sacrificing their own lives. “Enemy and the casualty lists that are lengthened each week with nothing to show for the blood being spilled” (Source E 19-20). The avoidance of death should be the only reason necessary to stop the progression of wars. Soldiers on the battlefield have done nothing to deserve to die they are only trying to protect the ones they deeply care for. Deaths cause major destruction in the lives of relatives of the deceased soldiers. Many families lose a member who they depended on for support eventually forcing them into poverty resulting in increased suffering inflicted by the effects of war.
War simply changes every aspect involving people perspectives on life, relations even their personalities. During war soldiers lose the purpose of their battle. Soldiers do not even care about the effect they have on the family of the murdered, possibly leaving a child without a father. They are so over whelmed by their environment that they care for nothing but their own survival. “An adventurous expedition had turned into an exhausting, indecisive war of attrition in which we fought for no cause other than our own survival” (Source E 21-22). People leaving their families return with a different attitude and personality than when they first left. Many soldiers become traumatized by the events they witness and participated in causing irreversible damage to the...
...Has war Poetry lead modern society in the right direction or is it time to pick up our pens and rewrite the trend for the future understanding?
War, a contest between two armed forces determining who is right, perhaps the question should be who is left? Throughout years of warfare different trends have emerged throughout the generations. This has changed modern society’s attitudes and beliefs towards present confrontation.
20th century war poetry has created a situation in modern society where through the prevalence of themes such as desensitisation and condemnation, people have become desensitised to the atrocities which occur.
World War 1 poet Wilfred Owen presents to the audience the ideology that war is not a glorious death, but highlights the austerity of war. The poem Dulce et décor um est written by Owen attempts to presage the public by graphically portraying death in war. This is evident in the quote "He (a dying soldier) plunges at me, guttering, choking, drowning… watch the white eyes withering his face."
Society deceived into thinking war is morally right becomes understanding of the devastating reality of war. The reaction of the audience was complete and utter shock. The shock invoked immense feelings of antagonism. Owen effectively awakens society into the true horrid events occurring at war. But how has...
Joseph Al Alam CCM455
The man-in-the-middle attack (often abbreviated MITM, MitM, MIM, MiM, also known as a bucket brigade attack, or sometimes Janus attack) in cryptography and computer security is a form of active eavesdropping in which the attacker makes independent connections with the victims and relays messages between them, making them believe that they are talking directly to each other over a private connection, when in fact the entire conversation is controlled by the attacker. The attacker must be able to intercept all messages going between the two victims and inject new ones, which is straightforward in many circumstances (for example, an attacker within reception range of an unencrypted Wi-Fi wireless access point, can insert himself as a man-in-the-middle).
A man-in-the-middle attack can succeed only when the attacker can impersonate each endpoint to the satisfaction of the other — it is an attack on mutual authentication (or lack thereof). Most cryptographic protocols include some form of endpoint authentication specifically to prevent MITM attacks. For example, SSL can authenticate one or both parties using a mutually trusted...
...The NegativeImpacts of the Internet
By Ru Guangrong, Chinese Information Center for Defense Science and Technology
The Chinese Defense Science and Technology Information Monthly
Issue 121, 5th Issue of 1998
The advent of the Internet has been one of the most exciting major events in the second half of the 20thtcentury. The ancient dream of “a scholar knows all things happening in the world without venturing outdoors” has finally become a reality. Since 1993, the Internet started to take off. At present, the Internet has spread to more than 180 countries and regions, connecting more than 600,000 domestic networks of various types, hooking up more than 20 million computers available to 120 million users (2% of the entire global population). However, due to its innate transnational, decentralized, open and unregulated nature, the Internet as a free, open and anarchic device has brought various countries great risks
First of all, the internet has negatively influenced the countries politics because the Internet explicitly propagates and implicitly spreads western democratic values. These views are mainly spread through some governmental organizations or government-sponsored groups in the West. They select some typical stories that reflect western democracy and wrapped them up in attractive packages. Then they put these stories in visual and/or audio format and give them to people with great appeal and attractiveness. Most of those who...
FACULTY OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE
WAR AND IMPACT
NAME: Aw Swee Sian
LEARNING CENTRE: Kelantan Learning Centre
Table of Contents
2.0 War and Reasons2
2.3 Religious Dispute3
2.4 Economical Gain4
3.0 Moral of Principle4
3.1Principle of Duty5
3.2 Principle of Ambition6
3.3 Principle of Badness6
3.4 Principle of Human Evolution6
4.0 War and Preventions7
4.1 Strengthen the Political Relationship8
4.2 Develop Closer Bond Between religion8
4.3 Education and Awareness8
4.4 Involvement in Non Governmental Organization9
4.5 Curb Racial Profiling9
Why does war happen? War happens for various reasons like greed, glory, religion, economic and colonialism. Before we go further on those issues, let define war. Oxford dictionary define war as a state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within country. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines war as an actual, intentional and widespread armed conflict between political communities. Regardless of however war was defined; it was never good situations for one to be involved in. Throughout history, power and colonialism was achieved through war and the earliest civilization of Mesopotamia was recorded as the first...
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Impact of War caused by the Guerilla warfare
Change in the impact of war on the population loss ratio in the civilians (Geography could
Psychological impacts on the soldiers and the civilians of Vietnam < Psychology
Environmental (Geography) damages that were made due to the Guerilla Warfare
Land Mines and traps that had been used in Guerilla warfare impact on the geography of
Reduce in casualties as impact of war due to the usage of Guerilla warfare.
My speech is up on edmodo if you want to look at it. :)
● Number of trees and forest destroyed after the WWI (sovled)
Once, forests covered 75% of our country, but deforestation by the US Army during the
war reduced that figure to 23% in 1980
● Population Map of Vietnam before 1958, ( I am researching this....by henry)
● Population Map of Vietnam after 1976 ( I am researching this..... by henry)
● Several Interviews of Americans that had participated in the war
● Amount of Bombs, Mines used during the war
(Min Seong Ha)
● Percentage of Civilians killed from the amount of people killed during the WWI
(Min Seong Ha)
Also i do not know
From this you can see that more people have died during WW1 because most Vietnamese ...
...Today’s society would be incomplete without the advancements of technology. From hitting the snooze button on the alarm clock in the morning, to watching the latest events on television, to checking one’s email on the internet, technology is part of everyone’s life and is simply impossible to avoid. But what if the luxury of technology was not available? What if people lived a so called “primitive” life? A life in which one would read a book for enjoyment, not play God ofWar II on a video game console, or just relax by taking part in a face-to-face conversation with some friends, not text people over a cellular phone. Or even a life in which people would think for themselves, not let technology do it for them. Believe it or not, there was a time when people truly lived like this and they survived quite fine. However, now it is hard to imagine living in a world where technology is nonexistent because people have become so reliant on technology for information and entertainment. Technology appears to be taking over the way one thinks, the way one gains information, the way one interacts with others, and all in all, the way one lives.
The progression of technology is making people’s lives easier. For example, in the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, the character, Beatty states, “The zipper displaces the button and a man lacks just that much time to think while dressing at dawn, a philosophical hour, thus a melancholy hour” (Bradbury 56). This...
...cover the application of people, documents, technologies, and procedures used by management accountants to solve business problems such as costing a product, service or a business-wide strategy. Management information systems are distinct from regular information systems in that they are used to analyze other information systems applied in operational activities in the organization. Academically, the term is commonly used to refer to the group of information management methods tied to the automation or support of human decision making, e.g. Decision Support Systems, Expert systems, and Executive information systems. When this all of this activities run in the organization it face some positive and negativeimpact. Here in this assignment try to focuse some of this negative and positive impact of MIS in Organization.
Information systems have become integral, online, interactive tools deeply involved in the minute-to-munite operation and decision making of large organizations. Over th last decade, information systems h ave fundamentally ltered the economics of organizations and greatly increatly increased the possibilities for organizining work. Theories and concepts from econnomics and sociology help us understand the change brought about by ITInformation systems and the organizations in which they are used interact with and influence each other. The introduction of a new information sysytems will...
...NegativeImpact of Technology
'Technology and threats have a lot in common.' The negativeimpact of technology on society has left no stone unturned in proving this statement right. Let's get acquainted with more in the following write-up...
It is appallingly obvious our technology has exceeded our humanity. ~ Albert Einstein
When I was a kid, we had a social life, and it was called 'outside'. And look at today's kids - Facebook, PlayStations, iPhones, Blackberries, and not to forget, television sets with 300 channels. My grandmother used to say, one day when technology would hover, humans would stop thinking before acting. This statement makes much of a sense, and why not? Technology has sidelined 'patience' from our lives. Every second that passes by is making us all the more dependent on technology. Some may call it a bliss, but some differ. They may agree to the fact that technology has eased up life, but they also believe that it has cast differences between us and our close ones. Think of it, with the help of Internet technology, we no longer meet our loved ones in person, who may be living in the same town as we are. Instead, we call, chat, or e-mail them.
What's more, we become anxious when the coffee machine takes a millisecond more in dispensing the coffee. We become fretful when a song takes a minute extra to get downloaded. Impatient as we've become, we humans might have eradicated this thing...