He waved his trident at her and gave her the ability to breathe air, and she floated up. When she got to the surface, she filled her lungs with air for the first time ever. The breathed in the sea smell and saw the beach and a glistening white castle in the distance. She turned around and saw a ship being attacked by a giant squid. The squids red tentacles wrapped around the ship as crew members were abandoning ship into the little lifeboats, only to be hit with a free tentacle and sink into the ocean.
When a passenger with an accent tried to alert the co-pilot in the cockpit, the co-pilot became alarmed and notified air traffic controllers, according to a recording of the radio exchange from LiveATC.net. “The captain has disappeared in the back, and I have someone with a thick foreign accent trying to access the cockpit right now, and I’ve got to deal with this situation,” the co-pilot said. Indianapolis-based Chautauqua Airlines, which operates the flight for Delta, said the pilot had decided to take a bathroom break about 30 minutes from LaGuardia after controllers told the crew to expect to be in a holding pattern. The sole flight attendant on board had entered the cockpit when the captain left because security rules require two crew members in the cockpit at all times. The Embraer 145 commuter jet was carrying 14 passengers.
Rasha Lifsey Mrs. Anhalt ENG 311 21 November 2010 In the novel Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, a plane filled with young boys crashes down onto an island, killing all of the adults that were on board. The boys must care for themselves in order to survive. Ralph gets chosen as their leader, but his work is constantly interrupted by Jack, who wants to be the leader. Later on, Jack creates a fire and smokes Ralph out of his hiding place. A passing by ship sees the smoke and the boys are finally rescued.
Interpellation is where ideology functions in constructing identity and creating a particular position for an individual in society. The role of interpellation and subjectivity can be said as important in creating identity to an individual. Thus, the process of identification creates an identity, where ‘You identify me and I become that me that you have identified’ (Judith Butler , 2009). The connection between interpellation and subjectivity can be seen through Louis Althusser’s depiction of the interpellative function of Ideological State Apparatuses: "[I]deology 'acts' or 'functions' in such a way that it 'recruits' subjects among the individuals (it recruits them all), or 'transforms' the individuals into subjects (it transforms them all) by the very precise operation which I have called interpellation or hailing, and which can be imagined along the lines of the most commonplace every day police (or other) hailing: 'Hey, you there!'”. With the comment, Althusser stress on the close relation of how interpellation functions in constructing subjectivity.
The coral was incredibly sharp if you were to touch it with your hand. When we were exhausted from snorkeling, my brother and I went surfing with our rented, long surfboards on the choppy waves. Shortly after we finished our extraordinary day at the beach, we all drove back to
| | | | | |Each has a particular approach that is appropriate for different individuals in different situations. Alternatively, a | | |combination of approaches may be used or an individualized method that has drawn inspiration from the methods described | | |briefly below. | | |The McGill Action Planning System (MAPS) brings together a group of people who help to identify the focus on service
In this approach, humans are portrayed as acting as opposed to being acted upon. Mead (1934) proposed that both human development and the meanings we assign to everyday objects and events are fundamentally social processes, they require the interaction of multiple individuals; language is crucial to the development of self and society, the means by which communicate with one another. Society and self were created through communicative acts like speech and gestures; the individual personality was shaped by society, and vice versa. For symbolic interactionists, society is produced and reproduced through our interactions with each other by language and our interpretation of it, and the building block of everything else in society is face-to-face interaction through it we create a meaningful social reality. Blumer in 1969 stipulated three basic tenets the first one says, we act toward things on the basis of their meanings.
They suggest norms and values are flexible guidelines. We apply meanings to social behaviour and are aware of how others see that behaviour and how we should act in a given situation. ----------------------- Social action theory Phenomenology Symbolic interactionism Ethnomethodology Structuration theory Weber Blumer Meaning Goffman Cooley Mead Schutz Garfinkel Giddens Structural and action approaches are both important to fully understand human behaviour. To get a full sociological explanation involves two levels: The level of cause and the level of meaning. (E.g.
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting Language, Culture, and Communication In this chapter the author Amber Laurin focuses on the importance and the influence that the educational setting has on intercultural interaction. The view of and approaches to education are valuable sources when it comes to culture. Different cultures have different approaches to formal learning and knowledge in general, and by studying them one can gain information about the background of people from those cultures. It is important to know, that however different cultures may seem, in their core they are very similar because they all share elements such as social structure, needs, and desires, thus their educational systems teach the same thing – culture and how it passes on from one generation to the other. Our culture shapes our education, and that is why instructors need to be aware of it and to try to be effective communicators, especially in multicultural environments such as ours.
Language and Identity Language is a central feature of human identity. When we hear someone speak, we make speculations about gender, education level, age, profession and where they come from. A language is a powerful symbol of our identity which can also be a weapon of destruction. Language is essential to the expression of culture. It’s a means to communicate values, beliefs and customs.