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Mali During the 11th century

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Mali During the 11th century, the Almoravids, a Muslim group from northern Africa, conquered Ghana. By the 13th century, a new empire, called Mali, dominated West Africa. The empire began with Mande-speaking people south of Ghana, but it grew to be larger, more powerful, and richer than Ghana had been. Mali too based its wealth on gold. New deposits were found east of the Niger River, and African gold became a basic commodity in long-distance trade. Mali’s first great leader was Sundiata, whose life inspired an epic poem The Legend of Sundiata – that was passed down from one generation to the next. He defeated kingdoms around Mali and also proved to be an effective administrator. Perhaps even more famous was Mansa Musa, a 14th-century ruler. He is best known for giving away so much gold as he traveled from Mali to Mecca for the hajj that he set off a major round of inflation, seriously affecting economies all along the long-distance trade routes. Mali’s capital city, Timbuktu, became a world center of trade, education, and sophistication.

Starting around 1000, Europe showed signs of resurgents,because of the results of the Christian Crusades that put Europeans in touch with more cultures to the east through the long-distance trade routes. Before 1300 Europe was populated by serfs, or peasants tied to lands owned by respect , living in rural areas relatively isolated from others. No large cities existed yet, like the metropolises in China, the Middle East, and northern Africa. Many demographic changes took place that altered life in Europe: The Agricultural Largely through contacts with others, Europeans learned and adapted agricultural techniques and inventions that greatly increased their crop production. They perfected the three-field system, in which they rotated crops, allowing a field to remain every third year. They also used iron plows much better suited to the heavy soils of northern and western Europe. Watermills, horses, and horse harnesses all in use in other areas of the world contributed to farming efficiency. Population increases – With the increase in crop production came population growth, with more hands available to expand agriculture.


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I would now like to discuss the feelings and thoughts I experienced at the time

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I would now like to discuss the feelings and thoughts I experienced at the time. Before I gave Mrs R. her cup of tea, I approached her in a friendly manner and introduced myself; I tried to establish a good rapport with her because I wanted her to feel comfortable with me even though I was not a relative or family member. When I first asked Mrs R. if I could get her a cup of tea, she looked at me and replied, “I have asked the girl for a cup of tea, I don’t know where she is.” I answered “Well, I will see where she is and if I cannot find her, I will gladly get one for you Mrs R”. In doing this, I demonstrated emphatic listening. According to Wold (2004, p 13), emphatic listening is about the willingness to understand the other person, not just judging by appearance


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Roughly

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Roughly, every human who grew up in the world with a sibling can advocate that there is no stopping sibling rivalry. Humans are born with the natural instinct to create and resolve conflicts, resulting in tension between siblings. There are numerous reasons for the occurence of sibling rivalries. Most cases revolve around jealousy and the need for attention. The will to be unique, along with constant jealousy and attention seeking creates the sibling rivalry. Everyday actions and the way the family acts also influence the behavior of the children toward each other. With every cause, comes an effect and with sibling rivalry, there are positive and negative effects. Fortunately, the results are typically positive and positive relationships emerge, but there are certain cases where negative results show. There is no avoiding the rivalry and parents may do their best to pull the root of the problem but in the end, the rivalry and struggle are often worth the positive relationship.
“I wish I was an only child”. “Why does my younger sister get more freedom then I do”, or even more aggressive statements like “My older brother is being such an asshole today” are all phrases that can be heard from the mouth of a child with one or more siblings. Any person who grew up with a sibling, I am sure can attest to the fact that sibling conflict or rivalry is a large part of a sibling’s relationship. The tension and physical or emotional conflict are inevitable for several reasons. The jealousy, uniqueness, attention factor, and family life are all aspects that contribute to sibling rivalry, and with every cause, there is an effect. The continuous sibling rivalry produces positive benefits, positive relationships, and a unique life. The negative outcomes are bad relationships or underachievement in life.
Children are competitive beings and focus, primarily, on equality and the actions of their brothers and sisters. The causes are impossible to prevent, however, sibling rivalry is not always a bad thing. The instinctive, competitive factor often gives children with sibling rivalries an edge, if used correctly. Saying this, siblings battle head to head or through their parents as a sign of jealousy, inattentiveness, or just pure nature.
Jealousy is the driving factor in almost all mental conflicts that occur in the household. Often, a child believes that his or her brother or sister is better, smarter, funnier, more driven, or will have more overall success in life and that causes tension in a child’s mind. One child may be looked at as the “golden child” and the idea of having a sibling who outshines him or her as an individual trigger the competitive nature, thus resolving in some form of conflict, such as physical encounters.
Along with jealousy is attention. Attention comes into play from the aspect of how the child feels the parent treats him or her in a relation to the siblings. Often, a parent, whether they mean to or not, gives more attention to one child than another. This can be seen in a situation where a three or four-year-old is dissatisfied with an upcoming baby because the young child is receiving less attention. The quote, “Why does my younger sister get more freedom then I do” is an example of how children feel less attention and that sense of less attention causes aggravation. Loss of attention can also lead to a child’s attempt to gain attention, such as starting a fight with another sibling or teasing.
“Each child is competing to define who they are, they try to find their own talents, activities, and interest. They want to show that they are unique” (Boyse 2014). This quote exemplifies another factor of sibling rivalry, individuality or uniqueness. It is part of a way to stand out. All siblings want to be different in their own way whether it is playing a different sport or living a separate lifestyle. Several families contain an athlete, a scholar, or maybe a socializer. Point is, siblings, develop their own expertise to stand out and this competition creates tension and conflicts between siblings.
The dynamics of the family household are influencing factors on the behavior of children. If the children become bored, stressed, hungry, irritated, etc. then their natural will to tease and stir up fights will increase. Also, the behavior of their role models affects their ability to resolve fights. If parents of children yell a lot or a family member they see a lot of yells or supports physical behavior then fighting will occur more frequently.
Sibling rivalry is within just about every household that contains two or more children and the degree of which the rivalry occurs may be a positive influence or a negative one. Childhood is the building blocks of life and it is the time when personality and character development, which makes the effects of sibling rivalry that much more important. Child rivalries are most relevant when the siblings are close in age. As children, the minds of siblings are premature and their actions demonstrate the fact. However, once their mind matures, siblings often bond off of their childish relationships and the many fights that occurred in their childhood.
The positive influences of sibling rivalry are individuality and positive relationships. The constant bickering and battling tend to ease as siblings grow up and they begin to appreciate each other more and more likely than not, a positive relationship evolves. Also, with the several years of rivalry comes the skill to deal and cooperate with other points of view or personality, which can be vital in certain aspects of life. Aside from a positive relationship, it enables children in a family to explore different areas of expertise. One may grow up and be an outdoorsy type, while the other is a city dweller that loves working or even an author.
Unfortunately, to every positive, there is a negative and in this situation, there are two large negative effects. First, there may be a bad relationship. A loss of communication or overall neglect may form if the sibling rivalry as children carries over into adulthood. Also, sibling rivalry may cause underachievement. With an older or younger sibling who is far more successful than the other, that sibling may fall far short of the life they planned on and seem useless compared to their sibling.
Every parent with more than one child has at some point experienced the agony of sibling rivalry in the household. It is an inevitable situation but can only be handled once it arises. The causes of attention, jealousy, uniqueness, and family life create much of the battle that occurs. Fortunately, mostly good evolves from the competitive nature of sibling rivalry but there is a chance it may have a negative impact on a person for the rest of their lives. A person’s brothers and sisters tend to be some of the most important and influential people in his or her life and the years of fierce rivalry often result in an everlasting, loving relationship.


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September 20

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September 20, 2018

RE: APPLICATION FOR SALES ASSISTANT
Advertised on JobStreet 17 September 2018

Dear Mr / Mrs / Ms

From JobStreet website, I heard about your need for Sales Assistant. I am very interested in this position with Chemstation Asia company, and believe that my education and employment background are appropriate for the position..

While working toward my degree, I was employed as a assistant promoter for a supermarket, The Store. I increased my sales volume and profit margin appreciably while at Forest Department, and I would like to make the same success in your company . I have a strong academic background in literature and marketing, and think that I could apply my combination of knowledge and experience to this industry. I expected to complete my degree in technopreneurship in June 2020 and will be available to begin employment in early July.

Enclosed is a copy of my resume, which better details my qualification for this position that your company can considered. Looking forward to hear from you at the earliest for a personal interaction to peruse the possibility of working for your esteemed organization.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,


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Safe Work Australia leads the development of national policy to improve work health and safety and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia

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Safe Work Australia leads the development of national policy to improve work health and safety and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia. It does not regulate or enforce WHS legislation. As a business owner, you must meet the WHS requirements set out in the acts and regulations in your state or territory. You may face penalties if you don’t meet them.

Acts give a general overview of how to make workplaces safe and healthy. They outline your legal responsibilities and duties as an employer and business owner.

Regulations set out the standards you need to meet for specific hazards and risks, such as noise, machinery, and manual handling. They also set out the licenses you need for specific activities, the records you need to keep, and the reports you need to make.

Regulating agencies (also known as regulators) administer health and safety laws. They’re responsible for inspecting workplaces, providing advice and help, and handing out notices and penalties where necessary.

When courts are deciding whether workplace health and safety laws have been met, they may consider whether you’ve followed the approved codes of practice for your state or territory. You can get the approved codes of practice, and advice and support from the regulator in your state or territory listed below.

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We Should All Be Feminist

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We Should All Be Feminist.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a female Nigerian novelist, who is well respected and passionate writer, of short outstanding stores, and a proud happy African feminist who encourages and inspire women around the world to live and rise for themselves and not for man nor society or culture. Chimamanda is known for one of her famous book called “We should Be All Feminist.” She describes the definition of “Feminist” not just in its own definition but in her own words and experiences includes gender Equality.
So what is the definition of Feminist and Gender Equality? Feminist is a person who believes in the social, political, and economical equality of man and woman. Gender equality is the state of equalities of access of resources and apportions regarding of gender, including economic participation, and decision making.
Moreover, Feminist is a part of human rights in general. But yet chooses to use the vague expression human right to deny the specific and particular problem of gender. It would be a way of pretending that it was a woman who has, for centuries, been excluded. It would be a way of denying that the problem of gender targets women. Meaning the problem was not about being a human, but specifically about beings a female a women. For centuries the world divided human beings in to groups and then proceeded of exclude and apprises one group. It is only fair that the solution to the problem acknowledge that.” When it comes to appearance, we start off with men and not woman as the standard, as the norm. Many of us think that the less feminine a woman appears, the more likely she is to be taken seriously or the more homely she acts the more she will be desired by man/ a wife material. so the problem of the gender as Chimamanda states it is that type of act prescribes how we should be rather than to recognize our true selves and who we are. Therefore the mentality and expectations or acceptations of society is to claim that man and woman are equal yet praises man to be the head, the masculine, the more desired and respected and accepted to making decisions and being in charge or power to demand as they desires and as they are expected to. Nevertheless we raise and teach our girls/woman shame, to be apologetic, or as Chimamanda Ngozi states it “we teach girls that they can have ambition but not too much…. or to be successful but not too successful or they will threaten men.” Therefore then and now our men and women our future boys and girls raise with that same degrading mentality that is so limited and caged and unrealistic and unhealthy expectations to live up to which nerve allows they to feel nor live freely as they desire.
Furthermore “A man or a woman who says, yes there’s a problem with gender as if it is today and we must fix it, we must do better us woman and man.” “Let’s not be apologetic for our femaleness, our fiminty and to be respected in all of our femaleness because we deserve to be.”
If we can all Imagine how hipper we could be, how much freedom we will feel if we can all be our true individual selves, and if we didn’t have the weight of gender expectations. But unfortunately as much as many people see this type of discrimination and inequality as normal and not a major problem Gender will still functions today as a grave injustice.
We do much greater disservice to girls, because we raise them to cater to the fragile egos of males. We teach girls shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller. We say to girls: you can have ambition, but not too much. You should aim to be successful but not too successful, otherwise you become a threaten the man. If you are breadwinner in your relationship with a man, pretend that you are not, especially in public, otherwise you will emasculate him.
“But by far the worst things we do to males- by making them feel they have to be hard-is that we leave them with very fragile egos. The harder a men feels compelled to be, the weaker his ego is.”
“We should focus rising our children, on ability, on interest, instead of gender. “Because gender matters everywhere in the world. And begging to dream about and plan for a different world. A fairer world, a happier men and women and men who are true to themselves. Therefore: we must raise our daughters and sons indifferently”


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Living abroad is the best opportunity for people that want to gain a lot of useful experiences and valuable knowledge

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Living abroad is the best opportunity for people that want to gain a lot of useful experiences and valuable knowledge. However, living in a foreign country can be a real challenge, you will experience new adventures, memorable days but at the same time these will not be ordinary days. People who lived abroad usually mention the fact that living in a foreign country can change peoples personal lives.
It is not as easy as it seems to fit to a new and a completely different country immediately, you will have to adjust your stay gradually and that will take time, you will start with missing, both your family and hometown. Living away from your family sometimes district your attention and makes you feel homesick. Especially, when you face up some issue which you are unable to resolve and lacked to whose support. That supposedly would makes you realize how valuable your family is. Furthermore, the simple things would remind you where you belong such as a bird’s song, trees blowing in the wind, sunrise, calm night, people’ speech, and all of the community life around you.


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Unit 34 1

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Unit 34
 
1.1-Describe how a range of factors have a negative and positive impact on individuals with sensory loss
There are a range of factors that impact on a person with sensory loss whether it may be sight, hearing or both. We rely on our senses of sight and hearing to be able to carry out our day to day lives. Communication difficulties can prevent a person from expressing their choices and needs making them feel isolation. If a person cannot communicate properly it becomes a danger that they won’t receive the right physical and mental care, for example if they are unable to communicate and tell someone that they are in pain or are hungry or in need of personal hygiene care its can lead to them to become frustrated or angry or even depressed. It is important to overcome any communication barrier to ensure the individual’s physical, emotional and social needs are met.

1.2-Identify steps that can be taken to overcome factors that have a negative impact on individuals with sensory loss
Societal attitudes and beliefs also have a huge impact on individuals with sensory loss, as people with any sensory loss tend to withdraw from society due to a lack in confidence and support. Other factors such as lack of information, no money or no awareness as to what they need or are entitled to can also cause problems which in many cases lead to isolation, depression and suicide. Abuse and harassment are also experienced by individuals with sensory loss, with people experiencing several forms of harassment such as mental and physical abuse, domestic violence and financial exploitation.
1.3-Explain how individuals with sensory loss can be disabled by attitudes and beliefs
Other factors and societal beliefs that have an impact on individuals with sensory loss are unemployment and poverty. Individuals with sensory loss are less likely to be in employment than anyone else, this is mainly due to employers’ attitudes and lack of knowledge of such as Access to Work. Sensory loss sufferers have difficulty in completing job or benefits application forms, accessing information and have difficulty with mobility and access to services. They feel they can’t as” for help for fear of losing even more of their independence, thus ending with them not claiming what they are entitled to for general living purposes.