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  • Persuasive Essay About Being Alone

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    am not sure why living deliberately made this happen, but it did. I also tried to do things that would benefit me, instead of being on my phone 24/7. I feel as there is a strong correlation between phone use and living deliberately for me. These two days felt longer and I believe that I got more done because I had this mind set. After having the mindset of doing everything with a purpose, I have realized I like this way of living and will continue, and try my hardest, to have this mindset over summer

  • Narrative Essay About An Elf Queen

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    beautiful she is and inviting other magical creatures to her castle. Dressed in pink satin dress, holding a star-shaped wand, she marched down her own runway every day. By the time the elf queen reached the age of eight, she started

  • Reflection Of Storycorp Interview

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    happened in this past week. The results of the personality and values test. How the StoryCorp interview got me closer to my mother. What I learned about the photographic work field in my informational interview. The online programs I plan to use for my 21-day APP project. How I hope this class will help my growth as a person. Summary of Key Findings from Interest, Skills, Values and Personality Surveys I generally try to be kind to others and I greatly enjoy making people laugh. I would like to incorporate

  • How Children View Apologies

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    Apologies are very important and quite powerful in societies. People vary in how they view apologies, specifically, children compared to adults. Children and adults are very different considering their emotional development and it plays a large role in how they view apologies. Previous research on apologies targeted adults, so there is not much known on how children view them. This is why Smith, Chen, and Harris (2010) conducted a study focusing on how children view apologies on an emotional level

  • Stolen Generation Sociology

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    For over fifty years Aboriginal families faced an ongoing battle of being unable to keep their families together. Stripped of their respect, families were torn apart. The bringing them home report signified a drastic change for the Aboriginal community as it meant that they were finally given the opportunity to reunite with their loved ones. The bringing back of the stolen generation to their friends and family was an imperative event for the citizens of the Aboriginal people. It signified that they

  • Essay about How to Make an Effective Business Apology

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    How to Make an Effective Business Apology Whether it’s a missed deadline, a flawed product, or a billing error, somebody got injured, and even if the offending party is savvy enough to acknowledge the gaffe, there’s far more to an effective apology than just, “Whoops! Sorry.” When your turn to beg pardon arrives, here are the five steps to follow in completing an effective apology: FIRST, OWN THE PROBLEM This is your bad. Even if it was a representative or underling who blundered

  • The Stolen Generations By Ashley Condon

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    Stolen Generations Speech- Ashley Condon The Stolen Generations is a term that is well known by nearly every Australian Nationwide. They were the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders that we forcibly removed from their families whilst still children. The removals of these children occurred between 1909 and 1969. It is unknown how many suffered this but it is estimated to be around 100,000. The children were generally taken by Australian government officials or State and territory authorities

  • Sorry Song Analysis

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    communicated through a non-aboriginal woman, despite the political arrogance at the time. However, In the light of what today symbolises, let us explore the hidden meaning behind Fletchers motivation, which helped mole the true significance of NAIDOC Day. Through the significant use of repetition, the Sorry Song is able to effectively communicate Fletcher’s message, in a much more engaging and notable manner. This, evidently, implants in us the spirit of reconciliation, as the text expresses its views

  • The Art Of Giving And Accepting Sincere Apologies

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    The Art of Giving and Accepting Sincere Apologies By Raymond Ehoma | Submitted On June 18, 2011 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest In its most basic expression - a simple, yet sincere apology satisfies many

  • The Sapphires By Wayne Blair Essay

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    ‘The Sapphires’ by Wayne Blair was the trigger that led my research into the effects of the Stolen Generation on Aboriginals in Australia. This film is about an Aboriginal singing group who want to make a name for themselves, but find it difficult because of the racism against them. This film also tells the stories of their cousin Kay, who was a half-caste and was stolen from her Aboriginal family at a young age to be taught the ways of white people, and forget her culture. This film made me realise