What is more important? “Devotees of body piercing and tattoos may hate to admit it, but they are often negatively judged by the public because of their body modifications”, and having these visible tattoos it makes it harder to find a suitable career (Bahadosingh). This is mainly because some employers “associate [tattoos] with convicts and miscreants” (Bahadosingh). Many business owners do not want to lose any customers because of an employee’s outer appearance. Especially in this economy they have to take all the business they can get.
Some said that the elephant went to the left and some said that the elephant went to the right and some did not even know about the elephant at all. “They had not shown much interest in the elephant when he was merely ravaging their homes, but it was different now that he was going to be
Government deception is the main theme in The Elephant but the theme in He-y Come on Ou-t is based on Ecological welfare of our world. The Elephant and He-y Come on Ou-t have different themes, but are also similar in many ways. The main idea of the short story The Elephant is the power of deceiving by the government. At the surface level, The Elephant is about a zoo in a small polish town attempts to save money, by buying a fake elephant, rather then getting a real one for the citizens to enjoy. Metaphorically, the short story is about a communist society which adequacies are overlooked because if exposed, reflects badly on the governing of the country.
She says how Plotnik had to sit and watch them anywhere from 30-180 minutes everyday for 1-2 weeks every month to see how elephants react with each other while one is in distress. Their reason for having to sit out and watch them is because they could not make the elephants be in distress just for an experiment because that would be unethical. Because researchers had to rely on well-documented but anecdotal observations for the study, the test taken were not completely reliable. Plotnik watched two elephants, Jokia and Mae Perm, while Mae rushes to the side of Jokia when she is stressed. As a sign of being in distress, Jokia let out a loud roar and to reassure her, Mae Perm let out chirping noises that made Jokia feel better.
Document 2 focuses on the fact that Manchester in too crowded due to the narrow streets and large buildings. While document 5 mainly expresses unhappiness among the workers and inhabitants of Manchester, but also the fact that Manchester is very wealthy due to the growing industrialization. Document 7 stresses just how horribly the workers are living without shelter and
Hills Like White Elephants Stephanie Anderson South University Online Hills Like White Elephants The story, “Hills Like White Elephants” is written by Earnest Hemingway. It is a story about an American man and a girl named Zig that enjoy the freedom of being together and traveling to different places. That is until a white elephant, to them, puts a damper on their lifestyle. A white elephant is an idiom for a valuable but burdensome possession of which his owner cannot dispose and who’s cost, particularly cost of upkeep, out of proportion to its usefulness or its worth. (Wikipedia) Hemmingway does not state in the story what the circumstance is but to the reader and the assumptions made it is about the serious choice of having an abortion.
The Elephant Along the essay the elephant is mentioned in the essay. Indian, Burmese, and Thai elephants are working animals, used for lifting and hauling. The elephant therefore has something analogous to a social station — he is a “worker” — and resembles, in his servant-to-master relation the native Burmese, who have been enrolled without veto into the service of the British Empire. The Narrator A British police official in Burma. He understands that the will of the crowd demands the death of the elephant despite his unwillingness to shoot the animal.
Making everyone equal no one is better then the next person because the government owns everything. However everything the government owns you own. The state handles the production of everything the consumer buys (doc 7). China was far behind in technology and needed to catch up so Mao came up with the great leap forward. In only 5 years a lot of factories were created but the former farmers didn’t know how to use the factories and causes a famine in 1960 and twenty million people starved because of it (doc 8).
On a social level, “The Elephant Vanishes” depicts Tokyo as a highly urban community wherein zoos were being replaced by high-rise condominiums (Rubin 238). And consequently, government activists don’t see the significance of elephants and animals – much more if they are supposed to be owned, fed, and taken cared of by the town. Animals used to be man’s friends, but since the
Disneyland management didn’t look at the depth of Chinese people needs. It just tried to match some obvious traditions and didn’t think further. The examples of misunderstanding Chinese habits are following: lack of Hong Kong-themed attractions, small park size and long queues as a result. Workers also complained they were overworked and underpaid. One of my recommendations would be to expand the park since this is one of the biggest complaints heard from visitors of Hong Kong Disney.