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20th NovemberR

Film: Meet The Patels (Has a lot in-depth description of the culture I belong to, my native place, roles of an individual in family .. etc) I can produce a lot of content about gender roles and cultural behaviors through this film.

 

https://qz.com/india/224632/indian-women-will-never-be-equal-as-long-as-these-9-laws-remain-on-the-books/

laws in India, which can prove to be a huge barrier for Indian women trying to excel

 

https://www.hinduwebsite.com/hinduism/h_women.asp

status of women in hundusim

 

http://www.thetaalphakappa.tcu.edu/jtak/journal.html

Re-imaging female leadership in Hindu nationalist disclosure

“Motherhood is now a heroic trait, rather than a limitation. Serving the nation becomes an empowering undertaking rather than a confining”. People believed that women working at home are wasting time and not being productive, however, this job is rather heroic as it involves running a house and taking care of children, whose beliefs, thoughts and values are inherited from the mother working at home.

 

18 November

It was January 17, 2005, and three cadets were training to become police detectives. The sergeant
decided to test their skill at recognizing a suspect. He showed the first cadet a picture for five
seconds and then hid it. Then he said, “That was your suspect, how would you recognize
him?”
That’s easy, answered the cadet. “We would find him fast because he only has one eye”.
The sergeant thought a minute and then answered, “Well that’s because the picture I showed you
is a profile. It shows only a side view.” He couldn’t believe the cadet had given him such a
ridiculous answer, but he went on to the second cadet and flashed the picture for five seconds to
him. Again, he asked, “That was your suspect, how would you recognize him?”
The second cadet smiled and said, “It would be easy to catch because he has only one ear!”
The police sergeant shook his head in disbelief. Then angrily responded, “What’s the matter
with you two? Of course, only one eye and one ear are showing, it’s a picture of his profile! Was
that the best answer you can come up with?!”
Extremely frustrated at this point, he showed the picture to the 3rd cadet and in a very testy voice
asked, “This is your suspect. How would you recognize him?” He quickly added, “Think hard
before giving me a stupid answer.”
The cadet looked at the picture intently for a moment. Then she said, “The suspect wears contact
lenses.”
The sergeant was speechless. He went to his office checked the suspect’s file on his computer and
came back. He was beaming. “It’s true! The suspect does indeed wear contact lenses. Tell us how
you were able to make such an astute observation!”
“It was easy,” said the cadet. “He can’t wear glasses because he only has one eye and one ear.”
CLIMATE CHANGE DISCUSSION
I strongly agree with Yijie’s response. He says “people around the world do not much about climate change”, “climate change is such a big problem, everyone should be aware of it” and “humans causing climate change and global warming”. Mumbai, my home city, is facing horrific climate change. What’s more horrendous is, is the fact that most of the population of Mumbai is unaware of the same. One of the biggest contributors to climate change is the extensive use of plastic, which is why the state government banned the use of plastic in the city. Rather than the citizens of Mumbai being happy about the fact that less plastic will be used, therefore lesser global warming, they were outraged when the ban was got into existence because a lot of businesses and citizens of Mumbai used plastic for day to day work due to it cheap price and agility, however the reason why the citizens of Mumbai were in a state of outrage was because they were not at all aware about how much damage plastic was doing to our environment. In Mumbai, it is also true that the rich care about climate change than those who are rather financially unstable, the rich citizens of Mumbai have been making many large investments to find methods of recycling and to avoid climate change. however, the ones who are financially unstable are merely adjusting to the changing climate and are ready to live in an environment, which is being damaged drastically day after day. In my opinion, the amount of money you have should not come in the picture, if you really care about the environment, and do the smallest of things such as carpooling or using public transport, it will significantly help to improve the conditions of Mumbai’s environment.

15th November

One incident that positively changed the future of my country took place in the year 1947, India got freedom from the “British Raj (rule)”. The conditions of Indian citizens were horrifying on their own soil, anyone who tried fighting for freedom was arrested and beaten brutally. One significant personality who stood out and had a huge contribution towards India gaining their freedom was Mahatma Gandhi, they had several protests, debates and campaigns to fight the British rule. This has had a huge impact on my country, as every single citizen of India now has a sense of freedom. However, because of the British rule 85% of the population can communicate in English.The Britishers also

introduced several aspect of Britian in India such as their architechture, public transport and language. This is relevant today because a lot of how India operates today, is from the insights of how the british ran the country. I chose to write about this incident, because as an Indian I feel extremely proud about how my country gained it’s independence and the hardships they faced in doing the same.

 

https://qz.com/india/1053297/independence-day-what-good-did-the-british-do-for-india-during-the-raj/

8 Novembver

There is no one in my family who has a leadership role, rather the leadership role is shared by all in the family, and everyone’s opinions and suggestions are considered and whatever decision is taken by anyone in the family is always for the betterment of everyone in the family. My family never believed in arranged marriages, my grandparents were in a relationship for 7 years before getting married and my parents have known each other since high school, and then had alone marriage. Women have been facing a lot of gender inequality in today’s society, this cruelty towards women should be stopped, this would allow them to excel and achieve everything they deserve.

November 6 group activity MIRAJ-HUZAIFA-CASSIE

A. Directions: Read the following scenarios and decide whether it is a case of plagiarism or not. ( Y or N ) and explain why .

_N____ 1. Kyoko needs to write a report on American politics. She looks up Barack Obama in Wikipedia and discovers he is the 44 th president of the United States. She includes this information in her report but doesn’t mention Wikipedia.

_Y____2. Tam is writing a paper on a novel for his English class. Since the whole class is reading the same book, he does n’t need to use a citation.

__N___3. Sugi wrote a paper for his European history class last semester and got an A on the paper. This semester, his Political Science class is addressing some of the same issues that are in his History paper. He checks with his professor first who agrees with Sugi, so he uses the material from his History paper.

__Y___4. Ramiro, Stephan, April, and Chris are working on a group project. Chris submits his work and the others suspect that some of it came from the Internet, but it sounds good, so they submit it.

__N___5. Maria finds a lot of good information for her paper on the Internet. She carefully changes the wording and prepares a good paraphrase. She doesn’t copy anything verbatim.

B. Directions: Decide whether the inform ation described in each scenario will require citation of the source (Y or N) and explain why.

_N____1. You clearly identify the source at the beginning of a paragraph that summarizes the author’s ideas about teenage drinking. Since readers will naturally assume all of the ideas in the paragraph are from the source, no additional citation is necessary.

_Y____2. In your paper on the history of aviation you state the date of the Wright brothers’ first successful flight at Kitty Hawk.

__Y__3. In a paper on the civil rights movement you find some general, well – known background information in an encyclopedia. It is obviously common knowledge, so you copy the information and include it in your paper.

___N__4. You ask your mother about the steps she went throu gh in obtaining a bank load for a new car. You include this information in your paper.

___Y__5. You skim a 325 – page book entitled Using the Internet . A major theme throughout the book is that the Internet is an important technological achievement. You inc lude this in your paper.

__N___6. You find an article that takes the same position you have taken on the subject of gun control. To save time you summarize in your paper a portion of the argument from the article, since the author’s ideas are identical to your own.

Original Text :

Alaska’s wetlands provide many benefits including: food and habitat for wildlife, fish and shellfish species, natural products for human use and subsistence, shoreline erosion and sediment control, flood protection, and opportunities for recreation and e sthetic appreciation.

Hall, Jonathan V., W. E. Frayer, and Bill O. Wilen. Status of Alaska Wetlands. 4 Nov. 1997. Web. 12 Mar. 2011.

___Y__William Ellis ass erts that world problems such as poverty, pollution, war, and hunger are inherent in the current system of world order based on nation – states and economic competition (p. 23).

needs to enter quotation marks.

___Y__Glob al tensions and inequities can be solved if people begin to help one a nother on a grass – roots basis, moving beyond the current world order of economic competition (Ellis 23).

Incorrect citation

__N___Ellis (2011) argues that global problems are often a result of exploitation inherent in economic competition. He contends that “grass roots….peo ple – to people linkages irrespective of national borders” can do much to ease global tensions (p. 23).

No plagarism

__Y___Economic competition is at the basis of many of the world’s problems (Ellis 23). Only by seeing ourselves as a single family without the separation of national boundaries can world tensions begin to be eased.

Incorrect citation

 

___N__Ellis (2011) argues that world problems are caused by overpopulation and that the only possible solution is an enforced tax on families who have more than one child (p. 23).

No plagarism

 

Student Version :

Alaskan wetlands offer advantages such as erosion and flood control, homes and food for wildlife, and na tural beauty and products for humans’ benefit.

2. Original Text :

Assertive individuals tend to feel more in control of their lives, derive more satisfactions from their relationships and achieve their goals more often. They also will obtain more respect fro m, and inspire confidence in, those with whom they interact since they tend to be viewed as strong characters who will not be easily swayed.

Hargie, O., Saunders, C., & Dickson, D. (2000). Social Skills in Interpersonal Communication. London: Routledge, p. 271.

Student Version :

Because they are not readily influenced, assertive people gain respect from others, and they experience success in guiding their own lives, nurturing good relationships, and achieving their goals (Hargie, Saunders, and Dickson, 20 00, p. 271).

3. Original Text :

A new to recycle bald tires has been developed by researchers at the University of Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station. Instead of hanging them on trees as swings, they’re using them as mulch around the base.

“Tires Return as Mulch.” Popular Mechanics 94.2 (2000): 22. LEXIX – NEXIS. Web. 31 July 2011.

Student Version :

A Popular Mechanics article notes that University of Georgia researchers have found a new use for worn tires: instead of having them on trees as swings, they’re using them as mulch (“Tires Return”).

November 6

After reading Mr. Tika’s comments, I realised that my strengths are summarising and synthesizing, I will continute to maintain quality in these two essay writing skills for more effecvtive responses/essays in the future. Organization of essay was not done effectively, the rerason for this, in my opinion, is that there was lot of content I was working with, however with the mindset of learning from all mistakes, I will take this as a positive takeaway as I learned that the way I organised the essay was not effective, and will make sure essays/responses are organised more effectively, with more attention. My essay also lacked references top outside research, which aid to make the essay more argumentative/informative, I will add two or more outside references to my essays/responses to persuade the audience more effectively.

28th October

MIRAJ:

The way Huzaifa has introduced the online essay in his response is excellent. Futhermore, the way he has summarised the entire essay is extremely good. Although he has written an extrmely good summary, Huzaifa has not paid attention to the guiding question while writing the response, he has set his entire focus on summarising the essay, whereas while writing my response I kept focusing on the guiding questions, which wanted to know our likes and dislikes of the onloine essay, and in my opinion thats the main difference between mine and Huzaifa’s response.

 

Interview Questions:

What is the importance of the major Management in today’s time?

What kind of job opportunities does the major Management provide?

Can you mention some of the best job placements usf management majors have had?

Why would you tell students to take upon this major?

 

 

 

October 18

MIRAJ

Jayesh Patel, and Miraj Patel 2nd oct

 

Run-on Sentences and Comma Splices 

1. Definition:

a) Run-on sentence:

Two or more independent clauses are joined together without a coordinating conjunction and without punctuation.

(e.g.: * Janet left for work early she arrived late.)

b) Comma splice:

Two or more clauses are joined with a comma but without a coordination conjunction.

(e.g.: * Janet left for work early, she arrived late.)

2. Some strategies for revision

Because run-on sentences and comma splices occur when two independent clauses are joined, you can correct either error using one of five methods

Examples: * Janet left for work early she arrived late. (run-on sentence)

* Janet left for work early, she arrived late (comma splice)

a) Use a period:

Janet left for work early. She arrived late.

b) Use a semicolon:

Janet left for work early; she arrived late.

c) Use a comma plus a coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so)

Janet left for work early, but she arrived late.

d) Use a semicolon and a transitional word (besides, consequently, however, moreover, etc)

Janet left for work early; however, she arrived late.

e) Change one of the clauses to a subordinate clause by means of a subordinating conjunction

Although Janet left for work early, she arrived late.

Exercise 

Identify the error type of the following sentences as run-on (R), comma splice (CS), or correct (C). Then correct the sentences.

1) The chickens on campus play a famous role for our school, they make us unique.       Type__CS_

  The chickens on campus play a famous role for our school; they make us unique.    ________________________________________________________________________.

2) What if the chickens laid eggs and hid them somewhere they would get left behind.      Type_R

 What if the chickens laid eggs and hid them somewhere, they would get left behind.    _________________________________________________________________________.

3) The chickens bring laughter to our students, without them we’d be an ordinary school.               Type__CS__

 The chickens bring laughter to our students, without them we’d be an ordinary school.

4) I remember, after my first class I was leading out to the bookstore unfortunately, I stepped on the chickens’ dump.    Type__CS_

 I remember after my first class, I was leading out to the bookstore, unfortunately, I stepped on the chickens’ dump.

5) Right now there many chickens living freely on campus but many professors don’t want chickens.  Type__R__

 Right now there are many chickens living freely on campus, but many professors don’t want chickens.

6) Chickens should not be allowed to live freely on the campus because they cause stinky odors make noise and no one wants to clean after.          Type__R__

 Chickens should not be allowed to live freely on the campus, because they cause stinky odors make noise and no one wants to clean after.

7) Anytime students want to lie down on the lawn they need a place that look clean and have a fresh air therefore they can not take a nap or study.      Type___R_

 Anytime students want to lie down on the lawn, they need a place that look clean and have a fresh air, therefore they can not take a nap or study.

8)  But I strongly disagree with that opinion, chickens should not be allowed on campus at all.

Type_CS__

 But I strongly disagree with that opinion. chickens should not be allowed on campus at all.

9) During the time students are in the lab if the chickens make a lot a noise the students won’t focus to do their job.  Type_R___

 During the time students are in the lab if the chickens make a lot a noise the students won’t focus to do their job.

10) In conclusion, if the chickens live freely on campus because students let them live free then these students should clean the chickens mess.   Type___R_

 In conclusion, if the chickens live freely on campus because students let them live free, then these students should clean the chickens mess.

September 25th : APA research

A diverse workforce is a group of employees with different social, national, culture and racial backgrounds, such a combination of employees stems for an enviornment of multiculturalism in their behaviour. However, in a study conducted in 12 countries from the continent of Europe, which investigated the relationship between Productivity and Diversity, the results stated “Cultural diversity may affect productivity through negative externalities more than positive externalities” (Karim & Zaki, 2019, p. 80). Moreover, this implies that businesses may start reducing their focus from having a diverse and multiculture workforce.

Reference:

Karim & Zaki (2019).                                                                                                                               Journal Of European Studies: Managing worforce diversity in multicultural organizations 35(1).

 

 

 

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