It is one of the most important points that we should analyze about it. Unfortunately, most of their governors, authorities and manipulators do not pay attention into the above subject. Regarding to the latest census, the immigration among families is going to be more and more year by year and it’s a national catastrophe. According to experts, scientists and researchers the people of these countries emigrate for many different reasons. Generally speaking, the immigration reasons are divided to push and pull factors. The first ones are the reasons why the people leave their country and second are the reasons why people move to other countries. Immigration usually happens as a result of a combination of these push and pull factors. These factors can be classified as economic, social, political and educational items. When we see it from an economist point of view, the picture is quite clear. Recession and overpopulation in back warded third world and even developed countries, dependent industries, wrong economic politics, financial corruption, lack of stability in prices and economic sanctions make them as an unsuitable country to investand have been caused unemployment, poverty, joblessness, inflation and extortions.In these circumstances, people who want to gain financial stability and better future prospects try to emigrate. It’s as simple as that if another country is offering better future anticipations, higher employment, more wages, greater wealth, affluence and a polished lifestyle, any person would think of immigrating to the country. And why not! In this economic atmosphere, social problems must be appeared. Socially, lack of enough services and amenities, high crime, prostitution, ostentation, starvation, poor safety and security are making these countries as an unsuitable country to live. Now some people give high emphasis on high standard of living because quality of life is very important for them. It’s often seen that the people immigrate or even...
...reports how to do their jobs, and making detailed schedules and operating plans based on middle management’s intermediate-range plans. Team leaders are responsible for facilitating team performance, managing external relationships, and facilitating internal team relationships.
4 Explain the major roles and subroles that managers perform in their jobs.
Managers perform interpersonal, informational, and decisional roles in their jobs. In fulfilling the interpersonal role, managers act as figureheads by performing ceremonial duties, as leaders by motivating and encouraging workers, and as liaisons by dealing with people outside their units. In performing their informational role, managers act as monitors by scanning their environment for information, as disseminators by sharing information with others in the company, and as spokespeople by sharing information with people outside their departments or companies. In fulfilling decisional roles, managers act as entrepreneurs by adapting their units to incremental change, as disturbance handlers by responding to larger problems that demand immediate action, as resource allocators by deciding resource recipients and amounts, and as negotiators by bargaining with others about schedules, projects, goals, outcomes, and resources.
5 Explain what companies look for in managers.
Companies do not want one-dimensional managers. They want managers with a balance of skills. They want managers who know their...
The main point of my paper is to show the underlining reasons as to whypeople confirm to different forms of government structures, democracy and authoritarian, based on their economic background. I attempt to do this by working backwards, first I show why they would revolt or protest, and then I extrapolate the reasons why they followed the regime in the first place. Before reading my paper, my readers probably think that each class supports the government for money and survival. However, after reading my paper, my readers will think that the reasons for support are become more self-serving than basic human rights as a person climbs the economic ladder. I believe a strength of my paper is the idea is engaging and the evidence is there to support it. However, I did struggle with presenting my information in a more concise manner. As I wrote my paper I realized that there were a variety of ways that I could have structured the paper. The structure of my paper convolutes my thesis, but I do believe the general idea is there. A stronger structure and a more concise thesis would benefit my paper greatly. Do to a weak thesis, I had trouble writing my conclusion, I would like for my reader to maybe suggest some ideas as to how I can bring all of my ideas together to make a greater statement.
What Causes an Economic Group to Conform?
Michael Galathe- Pitzer College
...Why should people travel?
This is the story of a woman, who travelled the world to find that the best place is home. However, the journeys took her across continents over oceans. This story began when a little girl was sitting on her porch watching the pedestrians fleeting by. When suddenly a huge noise jolted her out of her day dreaming, and all she saw was a metal bird flying overheard. The noise made her shudder and she ran into the house screaming for her Dad. Running into his arms, with no words to express she stood holding on to his legs, While her dad was trying to question her about her irrational fear. With sputtering words, she explained how a huge metal bird had flown over the house and the noise thundered the foundations of the house. Her dad let out a loud laughter noticing the innocence of his daughter. But it was actually just one of the airplanes from the nearby Air Force base conducting its drill. So he lifted her up in her arms, took her to the porch and pointed out to the airplane in the distance as it faded into the blue sky leaving a trail of white clouds. That was my first experience that initiated my need to fly and watch the world from up above. As I grew older, the need to have a closer look at the world imbibed in me a curiosity to travel.
The world is a beautiful place, when looking at it with an unbiased view because one gets to see it in a pure way. One that has not been tainted with blood, pain and violent that...
...Omar Al Issa
Aug. 22, 2012
Research paper on stealing.
Why do people steal?
There are many reasons whypeople steal. They are hungry, they love the thrill or they rationalize that they deserve the item. In the first case of hunger, that is something that the law can be forgiving because if you don’t eat, you die. Now moving on to the thrill of stealing, and it’s connected to pleasure by the center of the brain, and is pushed to the limit connecting to sex or eating. I am of course speaking about endorphins. But then there’s the person that says in their mind “dang it, I want that, but I don’t have enough money, well, no one’s looking should I just take it?” Now with this mind set the person is always in the wrong. However, the answer isn’t really that simple. In my research, I have found there are four major groups of thieves. There is the person in need, the thrill seeker, one who that doesn’t care, and the one that thinks they deserve what they stole.
“Thou shall not steal are very strong” words but they are not so easy to follow. If someone asked you to you steal some bread you would say no. However, what if your mother was starving about to die from hunger or said “my children haven’t had any food for three days!” You may have a change of heart! This happens a lot due to high homeless rates. In the U.S. the hungry people out there don’t do big crimes...
...person." An individuals idiolect may be affected by contact with various regional or social dialects, professional registers, and in the case of multilinguals, various languages.
generalinterchangeably,however, dia lect is often considered assub-variety of language. What is considered a language then?• Bell (1976) says that a language has the following criteria:• Standardization (codified/put into a system) which functions to unify individuals and groups, symbolize identity (regional, social, ethnic, or religious), give prestige to speakers, reduce or eliminate diversity and variety, assert independence• Vitality (the existence of a living community of speakers)• Alive and dead languages• Historicity (sense of identity)
• Autonomy (people feel their language is different)• Reduction (not necessarily to be the representative speakers of a language)• Mixture (speaker’s feeling of the purity of the language they speak)• De facto norms (speakers realize there are good and bad speakers)
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...The causes of conformity among individuals have long been debated and researched in recent decades. It is for this reason that conformity is an intriguing psychological concept. It causes sound-minded individuals to go against their best judgement, to engage in behaviour which they usually would not engage in, even accept and welcome an idea they internally disagree with, all in order to not be a deviant from the group. It is thus interesting to look at the factors which causepeople to conform, to do what they see others doing, to rely on the judgements of the group, and to ignore their own senses and perceptions. It is the reasons for the individual's desire to conform that I will be discussing in this paper.
In 1936 some of the first studies were carried out on this concept of conformity by Muzafer Sherif. In these studies Sherif made use of a phenomenon known as the auto-kinetic effect, whereby a point of light in an otherwise totally dark room will appear to move randomly. In the first experimental condition, subjects were invited to estimate the amount of movement' they observed. When the subjects were asked individually a huge range of answers were given. Sherif recorded each subject's response. In the second experimental condition, Sherif gathered the subjects into groups, usually of three, and asked them to describe verbally the movement of the light. No instruction was given that they had to reach some kind of agreement,...
...thought of in terms of religion, although other types of cults can and do exist. "Cults can be described by their major focus or function: religious, psychotherapy or personal growth, political, or popular or faddist" (MacHovec, 1989, p.10). Cults require strict adherence to a set of beliefs and, in turn, provide a sense of meaning and purpose to their followers.
Many well-known groups with these qualities have emerged throughout history. The People's Temple, a Christian destructive, doomsday cult was founded by James Jones. Followers of this cult left the U.S. and went to a jungle
in South America. While there, Jones persuaded members of his People's Temple group to commit a massive suicide by drinking poison.
David Koresh, led people to their death when he refused to be served with a search warrant in Waco, Texas. Koresh's followers believed that he was the Messiah. A 51-day stand-off occurred between federal agents and Koresh and his followers. When agents launched a tear gas attack to end the siege, a fire
burned the compound and killed the followers, probably in a deliberate mass suicide.
Bodies of similarly dressed men and women were found in San Diego, after a mass suicide led by Marshall Applewhite, cult leader of Heaven's Gate.
The deaths were triggered by the cult's belief that a flying saucer would take them home to a place above human level. Members of this group were recruited via the Internet.
Charles Manson is a...
...Religion is an important part of peoples' lives, it gives meaning in this chaotic world we live in to face another day. Collectively, Christianity is the world's most practiced religion and possibly the most powerful. Many people have tested and tried that power and authority that the church holds, people such as Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and King Henry VIII of England, just to name a few. But no other has challenged the authority of the church like Charles Darwin and his "dangerous Idea." (qtd. in Miller 12)
The theory of evolution's origins can be traced back to the time of the ancient Greeks, but it wasn't until Charles Darwin arrived on the scene that any actual evidence suggesting such heresies' ever gained the attention of the Church. Darwin's theory made a big impact on the Christianity because of the contrary ideas to that of the religion, the state the church was in, and because of Charles Darwin himself.
Darwin's theory of evolution changed traditional ways of thinking with ideas such as, natural selection and sexual selection.Darwin's theory of natural selection states:
Darwin's Theory of Evolution is the widely held notion that all life is related and has descended from a common ancestor: the birds and the bananas, the fishes and the flowers -- all related. Darwin's general theory presumes the development of life from non-life and stresses a purely naturalistic (undirected) "descent with modification". That is,...