Anthropology

Ethnocentrism: refers to judging other cultures using own cultural standards. Ego: Individual who is the central and starting point in kinship studies, that allows marking the origin of a specific genealogy and set the name of the remaining relatives. Empathy: Understand the other person perspective.

. Cultural anthropology: “The learned set of traditions and lifestyles, socially acquired, of the members of a society, including their patterned, repetitive ways of thinking, feeling and acting  Read More

COMM



Elements of the Transactional  Communication Model

Environment: fields of experience that help make sense of others’ behavior. Sender: one trying to get message across. Receiver: the one getting message. Noise: prevents message from being sent (types: external, physiological, psychological). Message: what’s  being communicated. Channel: the medium where messages are exchanged.

Insights from the Transactional Communication Model

1. Sending and receiving are usually simultaneous (Since both people

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[0:38, 25/9/2019] Caty Calliera: Operation Management: The business function responsible for planning, coordinating, and controlling the resources needed to produce products and services for a company. Characteristic: -A management function -An organization’s core function -In every organization. OM Transforms inputs to outputs: (Inputs are resources such as People, Facilities and Processes, Material, Technology and Information – Outputs are finished goods and services). OM’s Transformation Read More

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Q3) Democratic regimes does not exist, so it often lead to authoritarianism and totalitarianism. Discussion

P1) Introduction P2) Democracy P3) Totalitarianism P4) Authoritarianism P5) Conclusion


Nowadays there is a great debate whether a democratic regime always finishes being a authoritarian or totalitarian regime.That is what I am giong to talk about in this essay.I am going to focus on the period between the first and second world war.


I am going to start talking about democratic regimes.The principles

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T1

1 Maria has a close relationship with her family.

A True B False C Doesnt say

2 Maria’s grandmother had seven children.

A True B False C Doesnt say

3 Maria’s grandmother is certainly still alive.

A True B False C Doesnt say

4 Growing up in a big family made Maria’s grandmother less selfish.

A True B False C Doesnt say

5 Katie met Rob at work.

A True B False C Doesnt say

6 Katie knew she and Rob would be good friends because

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Rationalism Vs. Romanticism:Reason/Emotion, Reality/ Fantasy, Mundane/ Exotic,  Conservative/Revolutionary. The romantic journey is to the countryside, The Romantics associated the country with independence, moral clartity and purity, The gothic romantic E. A. Poe, saw the country as a phantasmagonic place, Irving saw the country as idyllic and as a scape

Romantic escapism: Romanticism focused on simple nature beauties, Romantics saw God in the contemplation, Romantic writing looked for exotic settings

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