What type of nonverbal communication codes are being used to deliver the messages? What effect does each message have on the other people in the image? What nonverbal communication skills and strategies could be used to communicate effectively in this situation? What cultural barriers are seen in this image? What type of nonverbal communication codes are being used to deliver the messages?
Marian Richardson Unit 4222-246 (LD 202) Support person-centred thinking and planning Understand the principles and practice of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews Outcome1.1 Identify the beliefs and values on which person-centred thinking and planning is based. Person Centred Planning puts the ‘person’ at the centre of a planning process and shifts power to them. It provides an effective way to listen and respond to people. The approach encourages us to take direction from people by identifying their gifts, interests and desires. This makes it different from traditional approaches in assessment and individual planning.
Instead the British restricted them to where they have always lived. The British didn't see anything wrong with this because they weren't being the ones restricted. Now the colonists can't make trades or communicate with the Natives. Another reason why the proclamation wasn't fair for the colonists. The proclamation was only supposed to be temporary but since it was working so well (economically) for the British they decided to keep it.
Methods of micro sociology include symbolic interactionism, phenomenology and ethnomethodology. However there is opposing argument as macro sociologists think the opposite as although they concentrate on individuals as well they also look at families and other larger groups in society in which an individual is part of. Weber a social action theorist believes people hold meanings about the world and consciously act on the basis of meaning. He saw behaviour in terms of the meanings people action to actions and classified them into four types. Instrumentally rational action is when a goal is not desirable but an induvidual still works out the best way to reach it.
Words stand for ideas, people, events, objects, feelings, and so forth, but they are not the things they represent (Wood, p. 95, 96).” 2. How does your unique perspective influence how you perceive language? Communication reflects cultural values and perspectives. It also creates or reproduces culture by naming and normalizing practices valued by the culture. The words of a language reflect what the mainstream in a culture regards as worth naming.
It is easy to argue that people who are doing no wrong have nothing to fear from being filmed but that ignores the fact that people ought to have the right to go about their business without being constantly monitored by the authorities. It might be said that the right to privacy is not as important as improvements in public safety that CCTV brings, but the sad fact is it does not increase public
Which, since it could be no other way, which was exactly as it should be.” (254). Dolores had realized that whatever the other people did, they did it for themselves and whether they blamed her or not, it did not matter to her. As a result of this exceptional reasoning, Dolores was able to move on in life and leave the accident and the town of Sam Dent behind her. In conclusion, there will always be a time in life where it will be easier to simply believe in whatever is convenient than face the truth. However, the people who do face the truth and logically reason things out are most likely better off than the people that do not.
The difficulty with non-verbal and unwritten communication is that the sender must convey the intended message, through body language, eye contact etc. and the listener must receive and interpret the message correctly. As with any form of communication, demonstrative communication can be positive, negative, effective, or ineffective for both the sender and receiver. Effective communication involves more than just delivering the message. The process involves the shared understanding of the feelings, thoughts, wants, needs, and intentions of the communicators, which may not be openly expressed in words.
They all knew that it had something to do with the religion that they believed in but none of them decided to explain the reasoning behind it. The only thing they really had to say is that my mom said so or it’s just a normal tradition, but no religious history behind why they acted the way they did. I believe this is a perfect example of pluralism because even though the friends sitting at the lunch table didn’t feel the need to explain or didn’t know how, the other friends didn’t judge them for what their religion’s traditions were. This example by Eboo Patel was very persuasive to me, but not as persuasive as her next
The continent person must overcome their struggles whereas the virtuous person has no struggle to overcome therefore is not as virtuous because they do not have to make the moral decisions that the continent person has to make. To Aristotle a virtuous person is a person who does the right action and does not struggle with his desires at all. A continent person, on the other hand, is a person who does the right action but struggles to overcome his desires to do the wrong thing. Aristotle explains this difference by saying,“ For the continent and temperate[virtuous] person are both the sort to do nothing against reason because of bodily pleasures, but the continent person has base appetites, whereas the temperate[virtuous] person lacks them” (NE, VII, ch.9, sec. 6).