12-20-10 The Han and Romans were very large empires that existed from 200 B.C.E through 200 C.E. Technology was key to both empires but they both had different views on technology. Both empires used water to their advantage but the way they used it was different, for example the Han used water to benefit the everyday man while the Romans built the aqueducts, which only benefitted people that had homes. The way they treated the people was different because the Han followed Confucius’ teachings while the Romans were selfish towards the people. The Romans and Han had a huge thing in common which was that they felt superior to the rest of the world.
This way the high standard of the quality of the crisps is reflected within the workers and their processes which make the brand look even more desirable, professional and it gives off the impression that they are happy working at such a well known, respectable brand. This would therefore achieve walker’s main aims and objectives as they would enjoy the product as they know that the people who created it enjoy it too and walker’s main objective would be complete because when people enjoy a product they will more than likely come back again to purchase it resulting in increased profits that the company can put back into the
D1 - Analyse the importance of inter-agency emergency planning for major incidents Inter-agency planning produces many benefits and positive outcomes which enhance the effectiveness of the services and the organisations involved in the planning process of major incidents. This in turn benefits the public as it may mean that because of the enhanced co-ordination because of the inter-operability, more life is preserved, there are fewer problems for the infrastructure and normality is resumed faster. The running theme throughout this piece will be one thing, efficiency. The main thing about interoperability in planning of major incidents is that the efficiency of it all benefits the services massively. In different ways, this efficiency provides
The reason is Chris (CEO) of National Health care want to give something back to Kava because of the good things Kava has done for other countries. The government was seeking assistance from NHC because it is a profitable business to accommodate them in their social needs (Decision in Paradise, 2011). The reason for that is because through NHC’s growth it has demonstrated that it can develop and manage a ineffectual highly efficient organizational structure and processes (Decision in Paradise,
On the side of the operation being a good thing, Charlie becoming smarter resulted in his intellectual abilities to soar at an unbelievable rate. He begins using proper spelling, more words, and it is easier for the doctors to understand his feelings because he can write in a complete sentence while using correct format. This assists the doctors to help Charlie become the person he has always wanted to be. Because of this, Charlie is able to beat Algernon. " April 6 I beat
Justinian determination to revive the Roman culture was incredible but with all the changes he was making it didn’t really seem like the Roman culture was making its way back. There were many things that remained the same between the Roman Empire and Byzantine Empire but Justinian changed many things. One of the things Justinian changed was their religion in the Roman Empire they believed in many gods in the Byzantine Empire they believed in one God. Another thing Justinian changed was the laws of the Roman Empire. Justinian believed that there were too many laws.
These are all factors of propaganda because Lorenzetti is showing how a good government will aid the people and the city. He is showing that the government of Siena is a good one and that the people of Siena should be grateful for their great amount of wealth and abundance. Additionally, he uses bright and strong colors to color the buildings, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Overall, this piece shows how a good government will create a great city, and he is showing that the government of Siena is a great
These times were particularly apparent in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Modernism at this time was a big cultural shock, but also gave people the power to improve their ever changing environment, this was due to the eve of new science and technological advances in western society, due to industrialisation. As far as Photography and industrialisation were concerned or the culmination of the two meant that new materials could be
Han and Roman Technology DBQ The Han and Roman societies had varying views about technology. The Hans however recognized technology as a much more valuable idea while the Romans saw it as something not as necessary. In document 1 a Han government official wrote to local officials telling them to establish more water conservation offices. He wrote in detail how he wanted it to be organized such as the scheduling of waterway inspections and hiring workers experienced with the “ways of the water.” This shows that this Han government official favored technology because he believed that the water conservation offices would be beneficial. Document 2 is written by Huan Guan, another Han government official, stating his views on the iron tools used to make salt and iron.
Dylan Hojnacki Dr. Lotto SLHS 2013-12-02 Technology Advancement has Reduced Complex Sound Perception The growth in technology has been experienced in all sectors of operations. Benefits have come along with this growth by enhancing the way different individuals undertake operations. Many have praised and supported the growth because some heights may not have been reached through the utilization of human efforts, alone. However, there have also been negatives effects to these advancements of technology. Understanding the contributions of any advancement in technology helps individuals to critically evaluate its effects as well as perceive its future in society (Christoph, Susanne and Maria 98).