Immigration is a way to move from one country to another country to live and to work. Nowadays, many people decide to immigrate to have a better life. Immigrants increase economic efficiency by reducing labor shortages in low- and high-skilled markets because their educational backgrounds fill holes in the native-born labor market.There are many causes of immigration, but we put the scope on two causes of immigration. There are the employment and the education.
First, employment opportunities are the most common reason that people decide to emigrate. In other countries, there will be variety kind of jobs and as a result, people will have a lot of opportunities to find a job. Moreover, finding a job in other countries will probably lead to having high salary and modern working environment. For example, many people go to Russia and Korea to work as a construction worker and as a consequence, they earn higher salaries than in their home country. All of these things will possibly lead to immigration.
Second cause of immigration is education opportunities, it will certainly cause directly having better future for children. With a better education, children will have chances to adapt to new style of studying and it might cause children to be a creative, flexible people and they will be able to becoming independence. For instance, studying in a Western university, children can change their study styles, especially they have to adapt with active learning which is spend a lot of time to study by themselves.
Immigration is a way to move from one country to another country to live and to work. Nowadays, many people decide to immigrate to have a better life. Immigrants increase economic efficiency by reducing labor shortages in low- and high-skilled markets because their educational backgrounds fill holes in the native-born labor market.There are many causes of immigration, but we put the scope on two causes of immigration. There are the employment...
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Analysis of the Novel
Thirteen Reasons Why
By Jay Asher
In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements for the Course
Raz, John Benedict E.
B.S. Electrical Engineering
I. Background of the Novel
The novel Thirteen Reasons Why is a young-adult fiction by Jay Asher. According to Goodreads, he was born in Arcadia, California on September 30, 1975. He grew up in a family that encouraged all of his interests, from playing the guitar to his writing. He attended Cuesta College right after graduating from high school. It was here where he wrote his first two children’s books for a class called Children’s Literature Appreciation. At this point in his life, he had decided he wanted to become an elementary school teacher. He then transferred to California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo where he left his senior year in order to pursue his career as a serious writer. Throughout his life he worked in various establishments, including as a salesman in a shoe store and in libraries and bookstores. Many of his work experiences had an impact on some aspect of his writing.
He has published only one book to date, Thirteen Reasons Why, which was published in October 2007 by RazorBill. He is currently working on his second Young Adult novel, and has written several picture books and screenplays. Thirteen Reasons...
...13 Reasons Why Critical Review
The plot of Thirteen Reasons Why consisted of a girl named Hannah Baker; who over a course of three years undergone many conflicts that led to her suicide. The twist to this high school teen’s suicide story is she recorded her last moments on audiotapes. She had everything planned out from the start. Where each tape would go, what order, and a map; so they could visit exactly where each event had occurred. On those tapes Hannah talked about thirteen people and their effect on her. All the people listed on Hannah’s tapes had negatively affected her in some way except the twelfth person. The twelfth person was Clay Jensen.
Clay was someone who was in Hannah’s life from the beginning. Even though Hannah and Clay never spoke until the end, he was always there. When Clay received a box of tapes with no return address his first thought was how was he going to listen to them. When he remembered his friend had a Walkman to play the tapes on.
As Clay began listening to the tapes he questioned what he had done to Hannah that would include him on the list. This was a common question from Clay throughout the book. As he listened to a dead girl’s voice he became more and more interested in Hannah’s story and what had happened to her. But Clay wanted more information about how she was feeling. So he followed the stars marked on the map she had given each person on the tapes.
My opinion on why he went...
...The 5 Whys Analysis Method
Problem: The workplace canteen is overcrowded at the 11am tea
break, causing delays.
The Whole Workforce go on their break at the one time.
The Policy for Break Time states that everybody must go on their break at 11am.
The Policy for Break Time was drafted and ratified when this workplace first opened, with fewer employees.
A Policy was necessary so that the work being carried out in the workplace was maximised and so that break times ran efficiently.
Employees were taking breaks when it suited them to in the beginning.
Route Cause and Solution:
How do you feel the Whys helped/hindered you to come to a conclusion?
The 5 Whys helped me to identify one of the root causes of a problem, that being the need for an update in the Break Time Policy. I feel that is was one of the simplest analysis tools as it was easy to complete without statistical analysis.
However, I also feel that the The 5 Why approach lead to the identification of just one root cause for the problem. I would need to go through the ‘5 Why' process several times for the given problem in order to ensure that all root causes are identified.
Solutions to the Problems
A review of the Break Time Policy is needed.
Break Times could be split.
Renovations in the canteen could be considered in order to...
...Why are you looking at this document? Learn to speak Giraffe!
Ever heard of Marshall Rosenberg? He is de founder of ‘non-violent communication’. And with this non-violent communication, he works with to handpuppets: one of a jackal, and one of a giraffe. Because giraffes have the biggest heart of al country animals en non-violent communications is the language of the heart. He uses the jackal as a symbol for language that seperates us from each other and that makes violence into something to enjoy.
When I first heard of non-violent communication, I thought the term non-violent was a bit weird, because how can you communicate violently? But now I think different about that, and I can see clearly how a certain we of communicating does lead to violence.
Without sharing with you all the ins and outs of non-violent communication, I want to let you know some basics, because it can really help you to change conversations for the better. For that I use the Dutch Book ‘The jackal and the giraffe within’ from Justine Mol.
To give you a clue, a conversation between two jackals:
A: Sir, if you don’t immediately turn your car, I will get the police.
B: I won’t, I have to go into that direction. If you just let me pass, that would be appreciated.
A: I’m trying to do my job here! Now turn around, or I’ll kick your car!
B: I don’t let you threaten me. Get the police, and we will see what happens.
And now a giraffe (A) who can’t cope with the jackal...
...13 Reasons Why Essay
By: Breigh Harrison
Reasons behind a death can’t always stay a secret. 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher is an eerie story of
the reasons behind Hannah Bakers suicide. Justin Foleys lies opened the door for rumours to pour put.
Hannah being named “best ass the freshman class” (48) and what came with it just added to Hannah’s
already bad false reputation. Marcus buying into that false reputation and treating Hannah as if she was
her reputation was making her even more hateful towards herself and the world. Hannah Bakers
innocence was taken from her through the snowball effect of rumours lies and a made up reputation
and that was something she just couldn’t handle.
When a well liked person lies about something weather it’s the time, if something had happened, or
the time people tend to believe them over anyone else. Justin Foley a popular older boy just trying to be
cooler told people that Hannah, the new girl took things further than a kiss everyone believed him, even
though it wasn’t true. The people at school were quick to add on and change the rumours, as Hannah
says “I’ve heard so many stories I don’t know which one is the most popular.” (29) These lies and
rumours were slowly tearing Hannah apart and there was nothing she could do to stop them so she
would put on a mask and act like they didn’t bother her. The rumours may have seemed harmless to the
people telling them at the time but nobody stopped to think about what it...
...In George Orwell’s essay “Why I Write,” he gives his answer as to why he and other writers write. His essay follows many tactics described in Phillip Lopate’s essay “The Art of the Personal Essay.” For example, Orwell starts out his essay not by directly answering the question, but by simply stating that, ever since he was little, he knew that “when [he] grew up [he] should be a writer” (Orwell). He then goes on to write about his childhood and his early connections with writing. This follows Lopate’s statement that an essay tends to “start out in a seemingly directionless or at least open manner,” and to “hop onto a narrative possibility and let the storytelling momentum take it home” (Lopate). About halfway through his essay, after his narrative, Orwell begins directly discussing his topic, explaining that he believes that “one can [not] assess a writer’s motives without knowing something of his early development”. This is because Orwell feels that although a writer’s work is greatly affected by what is happening while he writes, in early life a writer acquires “an emotional attitude from which he will never completely escape” (Orwell). Lopate describes a similar tactic, the digression, which a writer uses to “wander off the point only to fulfill it” (Lopate). Finally, in response to his question, Orwell presents not only one answer, but four: “Sheer egoism,” Aesthetic enthusiasm,” “Historical impulse,” and “Political purpose” (Orwell), and,...
...1. In the text "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" a young black girl is growing up with racism surrounding her. It is very interesting how the author Maya Angelou was there and the way she described every detail with great passion. In the book Maya and Bailey move to a lot of places, which are, Stamps, Arkansas; St. Louis, Missouri; and San Francisco, California. Maya comes threw these places with many thing happening to her and people she knows. She tries to hold onto all the good memories and get rid of the bad but new ones just keep coming. That is why this book is very interesting. It keeps readers on the edge of their seats.
2. In the beginning of the book the Maya and Bailey moved to a place called Stamps. They moved in with their Grand mother. She owns the store in the middle of the black part of Stamps. During the cotton picking season their grandmother gets up at four in the morning to get the lunches to the people who pick the cotton. In chapter two the young girl falls in love with reading epically William Shakespeare. Then later momma (aka the grand mother) found out that a black man messed with white women and the white people were on a rampage. When people call Maya ugly her sister steps in and bags down on the people who are saying it.
3. A reverend comes to mommas house once a month to discuss the ceriman but everybody hates him cause he eats the best part of the Sunday dinner. Later in the book Maya is raped and...
Title: “I Know Why the Caged Bird sings”
Author: Maya Angelou
1. In the memoir the passage reveals Ritie’s self image. She characterizes herself as unappealing she does not see beauty within who she is. Ritie’s childhood led to her insecurities. When she was younger her parents took her to move with her grandparents. She believed her parents dishonored her. Ritie did not find her skin beautiful. She believed white was beauty. She was an uncomfortable in her own skin. She tried to become someone she is not because she knew how everyone view and felt about her. Since her childhood she received her appearance. Ritie kept her identity intact by not letting peoples judging and views influence her.
2. After years of separation Ritie’s relationship with her mother is respected. She respects her mother for who she is. Ritie sees her mother as a strong women, she knows her mother will also love her for who she is. Ritie admires her mother she looks up to her. Her love for her grandmother is more of mother daughter bond. Ritie’s role model is her grandmother and she is proud to say it. She sees her momma as a strong powerful person. She is tough but loving. Ritie’s wants to become like her grandmother, she loves her.
3. Maya knew she was different. She knew she did not fit in with the other girls in school. She did not feel that she was equal with everyone else she felt as she did not belong with the other children. She did not...