The pattern of adjusting to the feelings and needs of the advisor rather than the advisor adjusting to meet the needs of the advisee is seen repeatedly in the different types of relationships between women who are pursuing doctoral studies on college campuses and their female advisors. One type of advisor was described as an iron maiden, while the advisee assumed the role of handmaiden.
In this type of relationship, the advisors support the goals of the student, but they have little time for interpersonal communications or sympathy for the advisee's personal issues. The advisees who worked under the tutelage of such women often found themselves sacrificing "their own personal power and their own work for iron maiden advisors" p. In this scenario, the advisor was too focused upon the interpersonal relationship and…… [Read More].
Exercise the Harsh Rays of. It carried with it the scent of blood and betrayal. How I would have condemned such cowardice in the past. Now I could not face my own home. The breeze brought to me the sound of my child's tears and my wife's blame. Things darkened and chilled. A cloud blocked the sun, like the thing in my heart that rose and blocked all that used to be decent and good. I had not known it was there. But now I was too aware. The sun of my life had been to bright up to now.
Now it would be permanently blocked by the hatred of a family who used to adore me. The earth beneath my feet poked out between thin patches of grass. It was hard; stepped on by too many aching feet. It would make a good grave. A cat came from nowhere and rubbed against my leg.
Khaled Hosseini's Novel the. Fo Ami, this is the only way to edemption. The boy, he leans, is living in an ophanage in the Taliban afflicted Afghanistan. In esolution, Ami detemines to tavel to Kabul to bing the boy back to Ameica and adopt him. Anothe chaacte of impotance is Ami's wife Soaya, who seves as a souce of suppot and comfot to the guilt-idden man.
The stoy evolves pimaily on Ami's esponse to his actions both duing a childhood in Afghanistan and an adulthood in Ameica. In both contexts, he is afflicted by a sense of his own shotcomings. Thee is no small degee of jealousy on his pat fo the gifted and vituous Hassan. Though he had loved his fiend like a bothe, he had also sensed some degee of competition to which he could neve live up to.
This is an undecuent in the plot which takes place acoss counties ae…… [Read More]. Centralia Mine Explosion Throughout the Annals. Centralia Mine Explosion Throughout the annals of the American industrialized age, countless tragedies have occurred within the workplace and these incidents have forced the public at large to consider the weighty issue of applying moral precepts to the realm of public administration.
While the tomes of American jurisprudence are littered with examples of corporate enterprises and bureaucratic entities failing to uphold their basic responsibilities, perhaps no case has demonstrated the capacity to generate both outrage and activism as readily as The Blast in Centralia No. Authored by John Bartlow Martin, this seminal case study examines the unique confluence of internal and external circumstances which eventually resulted in the explosion of Centralia Mine No.
By carefully retracing the series of events preceding the actual explosion, including a history of the Centralia…… [Read More]. Sound of Music Released in Became. Sound of Music released in , became an Academy Award winning icon in American movie musicals. As an historical account of the singing von Trapp family, the film is highly inaccurate and has several other strongly negative characteristics. The Sound of Music: The movie is historically accurate in some respects.
Maria, an Austrian postulant with a religious order of nuns, was sent to the Salzburg home of widower Georg von Trapp, a military officer, and his 7 children. Maria and Georg eventually married. Also, the family was singing family and did win an Austrian musical competition. Universal Truth in Hamlet. Universal Truth in Hamlet Hamlet Hamlet's story is different from most of the stories of revenge and betrayal in a way that throughout the novel he was not sure about a lot of things.
Thus, the way the story unfolded eventually really showed that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Hamlet goes on in the uncertainty and in doing so he wonders what the purpose of life is. This dwells on the uncertainty Hamlet portrays and also the questions many of the people in play put forward. Secondarily, this uncertainty however foreshows that the nation is corrupt and so are all the people in it. These corruptions and problems lead to the story moving forward.
Hamlet throughout the book stays in a melancholy and a malicious judgment about women as well. To him, the knowledge that he has is sufficient to rule out and judge others in his life. Treason Terrorism Wartime Crimes. Treason, Terrorism and Wartime Crimes Treason Treason is the term legally used to describe different acts of unfaithfulness, treachery and betrayal. The English law was the first to make a distinction between high treason and petit petty treason in the Statute of Treasons On the other hand, high treason was defined by the English law as any grave threat to the permanence or stability of the state.
High treason consisted of "attempts to kill the king, the queen, or the heir apparent or to restrain their liberty; to counterfeit coinage or the royal seal; and to wage war against the kingdom" "treason," Treason is regarded as both a prehistoric misdemeanor and an acknowledged epithet Eichensehr, Rules of Engagement ROE are necessary to a certain degree during wars and skirmishes in order to determine what actions military personnel can take when confronted with immediate and personal dangerous or violent situations.
Determining a correct ROE, however, is the key to successfully addressing the overall mission and purpose for military interventions in the first place. As one recent author states "these rules are in place for reasons that both protect the military and respect the international conventions of war" Vallely, That is what seems to be happening in the current war situation in Afghanistan if what experts are saying is to be believed.
Michael Jenkins…… [Read More]. Experience of Change Management. HRM Personal Reflection on a Managing Change Change in any organization can be challenging, especially when there is resistance to change by employees. Many cases regarding change look at major changes, where there is significant disruption, but even small changes can be unsettling for employees and cause resistance. In the case used in the paper, the change was simple; a change in the shift patterns at a work place.
The employer wanted to increase the coverage by existing employees by staggering work start times. Some employees would start up to 2 hours earlier and finish earlier, others would start later and finish later, the system was designed on a rota basis, with sufficient flexibility available for any employees that had special circumstances.
As a manager, the resistance to this…… [Read More]. Frank Stockton's The Lady or the Tiger. Frank Stockton's "The Lady or the Tiger? Behind one waits a tiger, behind the other waits a lovely maiden. Only the princess herself possesses the knowledge that will save her lover's life, though in doing so, she will send him into the arms of another woman.
Stockton leaves whether or not she saves her beau to the reader's imagination. The movie Gladiator also revolves around public spectacle and matters of justice and injustice. The main character, Maximus, a respected general and loyal subject of the Roman Empire, has been betrayed by Commodus, the Emperor. Sold into slavery, his family murdered, Maximus longs for revenge. He is forced to become a gladiator and use his strength to kill for the amusement of the…… [Read More].
Maoism cannot be called synonymous with Marxism, Leninism, or even the communism as previously envisioned in the Soviet Union and the other communist nations of the past century. When one considers how communism functioned in the nation of China from the years of to , as described in the prose and envisioned in the images of Hong Ying's Daughter of the River, this thesis becomes crystalline clear as the river of the title.
Ying's book is an autobiography and memoir, not a political text. It was written when the author was in her thirties although it is told form the retrospective of an eighteen-year-old. Yet Ying's narrative makes clear that the China of the author's experiences did not live up to Marxist ideals.
Counterintelligence in Terms of National. Instead, it has been suggested, he was more interested in his significant value to the Russian agents to whom he passed his information on to Court TV. In short, Hanssen felt an elevated level of importance; one that the FBI was incapable or, in his eyes, unwilling to provide for him.
As a consequence, Hanssen became a rather devastating mole within the FBI, and was largely unsuspected -- because of his background -- until his brother-in-law, who also worked for the FBI, discovered large amounts of cash within Hanssen's home. Although the reasons Hanssen and Ames became double-agents were not identical, precisely what made them ideal moles within their respective organizations was the fact that these reasons were not obvious to those around them.
They were more psychological in nature than the most common reasons for treason and betrayal. Ames, simply, wanted to please his wife with the best possible…… [Read More]. Almereyda's Hamlet the Play Hamlet. Hamlet lives vicariously through the devices that he uses to capture or replay reality.
However, those devices actually serve to separate Hamlet from the very world he is seeking to capture. This concept is dramatically displayed by Hamlet's use of headphones.
Though headphones generally provide a listener with music or other entertainment, Almereyda's makes it clear that they also serve a secondary purpose: Therefore, although Hamlet appears connected all the time, Almereyda makes the point that Hamlet uses technology and technological devices to shut out the other characters in the movie. While Hamlet's use of the headphones displays his overt attempts to block out society, they are not the only way that technology interferes in interpersonal relationships.
In fact, Almereyda consistently has technology, whether the hum of a jet or the ringing of a phone, interrupt human interactions. These constant interruptions cause a variety…… [Read More].
Anna Segher's the Outing of the Dead Schoolgirls. Seghers Anna Segherss's memoir "The Outing of the Dead Schoolgirls" begins in Mexico, where the author reminisces about a defining incident in her life. Her memory is triggered by two symbols, the first of which is an innkeeper who was "staring motionless at the one thing that presented him with vast, insoluble problems: Then, she hears someone call her by a name she had not heard since she was a schoolgirl.
The memory thus triggered, Seghers delves into a traumatic past with courageous detail. Seghers's narrative style is full of bitterness and tension that are appropriate for rendering the traumatic events described in the story. Repetition is one of the cornerstones of Seghers's writing style, as the author frequently alludes to Marianne's immanent betrayal of Leni: Yet it is not just Marianne's betrayal of Leni that Seghers talks about.
Dating as Early as November. Conclusion ince very little research has yet been done for the online community, the study will be simplified by discussing the aspects of fidelity in an online environment for the sake of direct outreach. The methodology of the study combines with the literature about human interaction to provide a new insight into the role of Internet-based interactions in the modern day.
The fieldwork, careful analysis, and interaction with the surveyed users will allow for a greater understanding of this developing portal and the way it has come to intersect society. Her goal is to understand the new anthropology of cyberculture, particularly through the presentation of the online self in its relation to the physical, bodied self. Her papers have been published by a variety of credible sources and presented at conferences internationally, including the …… [Read More].
Compare and Contrast an Opera. Mozart Arias olfgang Amadeus Mozart is universally considered to be a musical genius because he is so great in his work. During his short time on the earth because he died very young, he was responsible for the writing of some of the most beautiful works of music ever written.
He wrote symphonies and stand alone pieces too. His work has been put to ballets and other plays and in movies. In addition to these, he also wrote some of the world's most beautiful and emotional operas.
Each opera is built around unique and fully-developed characterizations especially of the women characters. Remarkably even though the language may not be understood because the operas are sung in foreign languages, the music and the voices which sing each song of the opera perfectly convey the meaning and the emotional core that Mozart intended to express in the opera.
Two distinct examples of…… [Read More]. Samson in the History of. He struggles to maintain his consecration and lets his love for a Philistine woman overrule his consecration to God. In the same way, temptation to follow different ways of life leads Israel to fall into the trap of sin and worshiping foreign gods. Hence they trespass against God and must be punished. What is interesting about this is that their salvation comes in the form of Samson, himself a much flawed individual.
After several individual and private victories over the Philistines, Samson falls into Delilah's trap and commits the ultimate betrayal of his people and his God.
By however offering himself as a sacrifice for the sake of theological, material and collective victory over the Philistines, Samson's final act is to redeem not only himself, but also to pave the way towards the collective liberation of his people. As one of the judges, Samson then fulfills a somewhat unique role…… [Read More]. Non Canonical Books Introduction Study. Christianity was in its infancy when the New Testament was created, and it would have been important to the leaders of the Christian community to inspire some level - even a lot - of fear of retribution for failing the community and their faith.
This is supported by Joseph Gaer , whose book the Lore of the New Testament, provides the insight into the stories of the New Testament, and those stories are frightening to people whose change in direction from religious paganism, to a monotheistic following is relatively new. For instance, as concerns Judas Iscariot, the New Testament has Jesus casting Satan out of the demonically possessed Judas when they meet.
Satan took possession of the sick boy and, as he was accustomed to, the boy tried to bite the person nearest to him. But as soon as he touched Jesus, Satan jumped out of the possessed boy in…… [Read More]. British Literature Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury.
Neither lust, nor greed, nor vanity, is necessary to account for betrayal: In fact, her prologue is to be read rather like a purposeful unmasking of the many antifeminist stereotypes circulated in that epoch. As Jill Mann has noted, the fact that the ife of Bath recounts all the things that her husbands have told her, the specific nagging that takes place between men and women: That is, she [the ife of Bath] does not live in the insulated laboratory world of literature, where she is no more than a literary object, unconscious of the interpretations foisted upon her; she is conceived as a woman who lives in the real world,…… [Read More].
Fiction's Come a Long Way Baby the. Fiction's Come a Long Way, aby The development of fiction from its nascent stages until today's contemporary works is a storied one.
Many features mark contemporary fiction and differentiate it from the classics of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries: For one, modern writers use different perspectives to narrate: In some works, the narrator switches from third-person omniscient to first person, and in some contemporary works, even the challenging second-person. Experimentation in styles also marks contemporary fiction: Nabokov, perhaps fiction's greatest ever stylist, has written one novel penned to ladies and gentlemen of the jury, and another as literary criticism on a purposefully mediocre poem.
Lolita and Pale Fire. These are dense and rich pieces of writing that have stood the test of time. These works continue to influence and offer insight in the modern moment. These plays and this novel are filled with many themes, motifs, symbols, and other literary techniques. The paper will primarily focus upon themes of jealousy and betrayal, gender and power, vision, and at the heart of it all, fear.
The paper will limit the scope of the comparison to the aforementioned themes and mostly primary characters within each. What do these literary texts have in common and what do they teach readers about the human condition? Jealousy and betrayal are rampant in "Othello. He convinces Othello that Desdemona, Othello's fiancee, conducts romantic affairs outside of their relationship. Piaf," Pam Gems provides a view into the life of the great French singer and arguably the greatest singer of her generation -- Edith Piaf.
Fildier and Primack, , the slices that the playwright provides, more than adequately trace her life. Edith was born a waif on the streets of Paris literally under a lamp-post. Abandoned by her parents -- a drunken street singer for a mother and a circus acrobat father -- Edith learns to fend for herself from the very beginning.
As a natural consequence of her surroundings, she makes the acquaintance of several ne'er do wells. She rises above the lifestyles of the girls she grows up with who prostitute themselves for a living in the hope that they will eventually meet a benefactor with whom they can settle.
Edith has a talent for singing and she indulges this interest by singing loudly in the streets. Katherine Porter's The Grave Many. In a sense, Paul buried it when he buried the rabbit. She will look back at that place and see it as a time when things shifted in her world.
Miranda lost the tomboy little girl and exchanged her for a girl facing all the pains and pitfalls of adulthood. Again, it is impossible to find blame in this tale. Miranda wanted to see the bunnies as much as Paul wanted to kill the rabbit. Perhaps Porter dismissed the memory because in real life, her bother was punished. In reality, he could not have stopped her from looking. The bright light shining behind his year-old face is a symbol of redemption. As an adult, Porter can see why she told on her brother and she can also see how the event could not have played out any other way.
The symbols in this story help us see these truths. Dierks Bentley's Prodigal Son's Prayer. The whole concept of Christianity is that all people are sinners, but that God will forgive those sins and those sinners if they only ask for redemption.
That lyric is not about the prodigal son, it is about all who have lost their way, which is every Christian. Contracting Officer Integrity in Business. The government official has a legal as well as an ethical responsibility to put the interests of the public first, as a public servant. To fail to do so will result in greater cost to the taxpayer, and perhaps even an inferior product. This type of waste takes money away from other, more worthy public projects as well, including aid to the poor.
Government contracting officers have unique responsibilities and special, additional privileges as a result of their duties: He or she will be the one to sign the final contract agreement, and only a Contracting Officer has the power to change the terms of the contract" Government contracting personnel: The contracting officer is thus acting on behalf of the entire government, and has unique powers…… [Read More].
Oedipus Rex and Burial at. It is this lead character's outrage that drives the plot, rather than any journey of self-discovery or some fateful intervention. I had nobody to talk to or help me get through this hard time. Everybody thought that I was the bad guy because of all the rumors Sydney had spread.
There was so much drama involved with the whole thing; people were sick and tired of hearing about our fight. Frankly, so was I. Over the summer Sydney and I did pick up the broken pieces of our friendship. I was confused by this new emotion of betrayal. I had never experienced anything like it before, and it was hard for me to understand. Eventually, during our eight-grade year, I found that things were never going to be the same.
I tried to love her, I tried to forgive her, but things were different between us now. We fought more over little things. We resented each other. I felt she had betrayed me, and she justified her behavior by thinking that I had betrayed her by going out with Walker in the first place. What had started out as a wonderful, beautiful friendship, ended because of betrayal.
Another year has now gone by. Sydney and I go to different schools now, we email each other from time to time, but we have grown apart. She has her new friends, and I have mine. Maybe one day, we will be able to put this behind up and allow our friendship to grow again. Or, maybe that one-day will never come, only time will tell. I often ask myself what I have learned from this experience.
I believe that because of how Sydney treated me, I have become a better friend. I have learned how NOT to treat other people. I have learned that if a girl likes a boy, I should probably stay away from that boy. And most importantly I have learned that girls are capable of betrayal, and friends should not necessarily be chosen on what you have in common, but on how they treat you. But Everything Results In Consequences. A coward is incapable of exhibiting love; it is the prerogative of the brave.
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It often involves breaking the trust and often involves lying. Betrayal is anything that acts out of the interest of a something or someone when that something or someone has been lead to believe that would not happen. Introduction Betrayal is a word from Middle English and it was originally bitrayen. Why betrayal is considered so severe? The severity of betrayal It is considered a severe act because it is more than just lying. More unsympathetic than most crimes A person may murder out of revenge or in order to help ease suffering, but since betrayal requires trust and the breaking of that trust, it is considered more unsympathetic.
Example After six years of marriage a woman may sleep with another man. Conclusion Betrayal is the act of building trust and then using that trust for personal gain. Get more free essays Which categories were useful to you? Most useful resources for students:
The betrayal grows ever worse the longer the woman denies telling the man about her infidelity. Conclusion Betrayal is the act of building trust and then using that trust for personal gain.
Free Essays on The Crucible: The Self Betrayal of John Proctor - The Crucible: Self Betrayal This research paper will examine how the theme in Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible, shows how “ betrayal of the self no less than of others” (Bigsby xi), is connected to both McCarthyism in the ’s and the Salem witch trials in the ’s.
‘Betrayal’, A word that is so harsh yet it still exists in this world. This word had belittled the importance of the word, ‘trust’. It caused the strong bonds between two people to be broken and had replaced the kind hearts of many with hatred/5(6). First of all, betrayal is a broad “subject,” and secondly, it is downright malicious. The first example of betrayal that I have given is to be unfaithful. In my eyes, this is probably the worst form of betrayal.
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