Answer: After reviewing the information on page 278, I can see that I am not much of a sensation seeker. There are times when I do take risk and can be spontaneous, however it is not something that happens often. After thinking about the question of “Why” for a while, I think it could be because I like having a safe life. My childhood is so full of unknowns; where I may be sleeping tonight, when will I next eat, will these new people hurt me? Ever since I have been on my own at 18, I have wanted a family and I play it safe for them.
Initially, policing was a voluntary activity and one would join it provided they had the interest of other people in their heart. Those who gave themselves and their time were given the role of being watchers. They mainly did the watching at night and in case there was an impending danger coming close to the people, those who were in charge of watching would raise alarm so that other people can get prepared and take the most suitable course of action. However, with time they became quite ineffective since some of them engaged in behaviors that compromised their duties in a great way (Deflem, 2002). The development and subsequent transformation of rural regions and small towns to cities saw a transformation of policing.
By dealing with the offenders through communication and education, we set ourselves apart from the local law enforcement. This not only allows for a more peaceful resolution, but it also reduces the amount of money the residents would have collect in order to pay the salary of the off duty officer we would need to patrol the community. Residents discovered that by rotating duties and shifts, everyone who wants to participate in the program has a chance to. Working together we are stronger than if we took it upon ourselves individually to confront the issues of crime we have in the community. Research has proven that by taking an active role in protecting our assets we have a better appreciation of not only the property we have, but the property of our community as a whole.
It is often difficult for small chain companies to compete with larger chains, the small businesses often cannot compete with the larger chains prices or sales promotions. In order to be successful, a business needs to have a loyal following of customers in the community, to create that they need to understand their customers, learn what their current product needs are and what their future product needs will be. Customer retention is an important facet of a small business, there will always be somewhere bigger and better the customers can go but if there is a place that is loyal to them, they will in turn be loyal customers. PART A Company Q has shown almost no social responsibility in the community. They have not demonstrated to the community they are reliable by staying in the community and improving their
Some of these aspects include their natural environment, subsistence farming patterns, clan membership, and their dances they use for social activities. Overall, I believe that the Gebusi were successful in adapting their cultural beliefs and practices to a global world because they were open for outside influences. If they weren’t open to suggestions, then these changes would have never occurred. Another positive advantage of this change is that they were still able to save some of their old traditions. Remembrance of old beliefs is important because you have to know where you came from; your past is vital and should not be
One very important social norm is the concept of personal space. Respect towards someone personal space is very important in society. People often prefer distance between one another unless they know each other or have to. Personal space is a comfort zone and people don’t like it when it’s violated. In order to observe this concept, I visited a park and recorded people’s behavior.
Probably loves to fish, hunt, and I’m guessing work with old cars. Once again “Mercury” is to be the same as “A Very Rare Bird” because it is from the same artist and not too much time between the two pieces of art. The artist definitely likes old ford cars due to a lot of the parts being used in his artwork. In “Mercury” I can tell that he is very much into fishing due to the great detail in the fish’s body features as well as the colors he used. It’s almost lifelike, except for the car pieces he used to give it more of a fictional look.
Everyone in the village is okay with allowing a murder to happen because of this tradition. This box means so much to the villagers “but no one liked to upset even as much tradition as was represented by this black box” (259). The box is so symbolic to this village that they
I would like to move to Tokyo because of the night life and architecture there. Tokyo is a popular place, and already has plenty of residents and visitors. I also chose to live in Tokyo 'cause I don't like living in small towns or cities, and there are job opportunities in Tokyo that sometimes don't even exist in smaller cities. Food: well, this seems to divide people into those who think country food is better, and those who think Tokyo food is better. I'm firmly in the Tokyo camp.