Case Study 2 Nima Bakhtiari BUS 160 1. What are the major issues to be considered in the case? What is the most significant issue to address? To me it seemed that Susan was doing some aspects of her job well, she was doing well on her reports and did not need much help from her coworkers to get things done. She was a dependable employee.
She is not happy but not disappointed about her work either. She was classified under satisfactory in this aspect. She is very engaged in her work because she knows that it pleases others. As of the time of the assessment she was very happy and content with her job. She has a very high affect intensity and her emotional intelligencs score was about normal.
Bronte presents Cathy as a very talkative child when she uses Nelly’s narrative voice to mention how Cathy’s tongue was “always going”. The fact that Bronte used the tongue as the subject gives the image that her tongue had a life of its own; perhaps she said things without thinking or babbled uselessly. This could also mean that she made no exception to who she talked to as she constantly talked. As the tongue is the subject it helps to support this point as it seems that the tongue has no prejudice against Heathcliff which may’ve resulted in Cathy’s close relationship with him. Bronte describes Cathy’s relationship with Heathcliff as “much too fond”.
What is Collaborative Practitioner Research? Research Research can be defined as a systematic and critical investigation designed to increase the sum of human knowledge. That implies that the researcher (you!) is finding out something new - not just collecting facts from books and elsewhere, which is what we sometimes tell children is research. The word also implies that the method must be a recognised and accepted approach.
Her language further indicates that she is confident as she isn't afraid on stating her vies on literature, art, education and life in a tone most students will not use towards their tutor. Although her language is inappropriate it shows that Rita is comfortable with Frank. Page 10 Question pink booklet Describe how
Notable Aspects Family is the one thing she speaks on with a serious look on her face. When she spoke on her upbringing, there was always an example of her mother or kids. It was very surprising that she could remember things so vividly that took place in the 1940’s. There were no pauses or forgetful moments when she spoke on her pre-teen and teenage years. She was very forthcoming and confident when she spoke on any aspect of her upbringing.
Close friends, colleagues and neighbors provide it. Informational support involves the provision of advice, suggestions, and information that a person can use to address problems. Appraisal support involves the provision of information that is useful for self-evaluation purposes: constructive feedback, affirmation and social comparison.’ (para. 2) The social support theory is relevant to our social issue of teenage mothers getting back to education to finish their high school certificate or equivalent because of the goals we are trying to achieve and our campaign to achieve the goals. We are aiming to support and encourage teenage mothers to complete their high school education or equivalent leading into further education or employment.