THE JUNGLE BY UPTON SINCLAIR
THE JUNGLE BY UPTON SINCLAIR
How would you define personality?
What are some key personality features that define you?
What key concepts or “constructs” are used to explain your personality?
Are your personality features consistent or do they change according to the situation?
Have you ever taken a personality test before? If so, what was your reaction to the analysis? If not, what would you expect a proper test to measure?
What would make a personality test reliable and valid?
Poma’s text, and, like Guaman pressing, to those who once would have decipherable ignored them in defense of a stable, centered sense of knowledge reality.
to bilingualSpanish-Quechua speakersand to differently monolingual speakers in either language; thedrawings
mean Andean, or to monocultural readers, Spanish differently to the and to bicultural readers responding structures embodied in Andean genres. symbolic European with of considerable
bilingualism. intercultural Unfortunately, and
Contact and Community
The idea of the contact zone is intended that underlie in part to con much and of the culture ago,
In the Andes in the early 1600s thereexisteda literate
competence such a commu
trast with thinking
ideas of community about language, in the academy.
public degrees man note
communication, A couple
nitydid not exist in theSpanish courtwith which Gua
Poma was to make contact. It is to trying interesting that in the same year Guaman Poma sent off his let Peruvian was adopted in official cir
thinkingabout the linguistictheories I knew, I tried to
make sense of a Utopian social were quality of that often seemed to characterize Languages coherent petence analyses language seen as in living “speech a by the academy. communities,”
that gets done
cles in Spain as the canonical Christian mediation between the Spanish conquest and Inca history. Itwas anotherhuge encyclopedicwork, titled theRoyal Com
of the Incas, written, tellingly, by a mestizo, mentaries Inca
ter, a text by another
as discrete,self-defined, and thesetended to be theorized
entities, held or grammar This together by abstract homogeneous and equally com among commu shared identically other of
all the members. nity seemed way book ble modern Benedict
Garcilaso de la mestizo half brother who Vega. Like the
Guaman Poma taught was the son of an Inca princess had lived in Spain since he was spoke Quechua, Spanish, life’swork without his book to read and write, and a Inca Garcilaso Spanish official,
and seventeen. he too Though in iswritten standard eloquent, While the Guaman Poma’s Royal Commentaries and present hierarchy.2 The today
idea of the speech things, themselves
to reflect, among nations conceive calls
the Utopian as what In a
“imagined observes calls he
communities.”3 that with
of that title, Anderson exception of what
the possi villages,” inwhich
was edited and reedited in Spain and the New World, a
mediation ways that coded the Andean past in thought unthreatening persists: the to colonial Royal
“will never know most of their fellow-members, people meet them or even hear of them, yet in the minds of each lives are the image of their communion.” he goes on “Communities to say, “not by
remainsa staple itemon PhD reading lists in Spanish, New Chronicle and Good Government, while the despite
the ready availability of several fine editions, is not. How text did not reach its desti Poma’s ever, though Guaman currents the transcultural of expression it nation, to evolve in the Andes, as
continued still exemplifies they do, less inwriting than in storytelling, ritual, song, dance drama, painting and sculpture, dress, textile art, forms of governance, art forms. All intractable,
religious express belief, and many other vernacular contact and the effects of conflict. transculturation, mediation, critique, collabora
are imag but by thestyle inwhich they sity/genuineness,
ined” features (15; Anderson three mine). proposes emphasis that characterize the style inwhich the modern boundaries”; it is second,
nation is imagined. First, it is imagined as limited,by
“finite, if elastic, sovereign-, and, third, imagined as it is imagined as “a fraternal, deep,
horizontalcomradeship”for which millions of people are so to aswillingly todie” (15).As “not kill much prepared fraternal metonymically in thefinite,sovereign, figureof
the citizen-soldier. Anderson argues that European bourgeoisies were dis the image suggests, the nation-community is embodied
Autoethnography, tion, bilingualism,
are vernacular imaginary dialogue, expression?these some of the literate arts of the contact zone. Miscompre dead hension, letters, unread master incomprehension, absolute are of pieces,
heterogeneity meaning?these some of the zone. contact in the perils of writing They all live among us in the transnationalized today metropolis
main acy play a central role in this argument. Anderson instrument that made tains, as have others, that the main bourgeois nation-building italism. The commercial ous European the projects
circulation he possible was
tinguishedby theirability to “achieve solidarityon an essentiallyimaginedbasis” (74) on a scale far greaterthan thatof elitesof other timesand places. Writing and liter
of books was
print cap in the vari what first
of theUnited States and are becoming more widely
Briefly analyze why SmartArt is a useful tool. Compare the difference between including SmartArt in a document versus text alone.
Use 3 US Sources.
Write a book report on the management book by Jim Collins “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…And Others
Write a report about the book including a summary of the main learning points and your commentary about it.
1.Â Identify an important local, national or international problem that needs to be solved.Â Locate two or more articles that provide background information and analysis of the problem.Â Using these articles as a resource, analyze the problem using the problem solving method developed in this chapter.
Read the selection Is Google Making Us Stupid? Â Page 122-128.Â Answer the following questions:
2. Have you noticed in your own life that it’s easier for you to move quickly around the web than to spend concetrated time reading a book or lengthy article?concentrating on an issue or problem for an extended period of time?Â describe your experiences with both surfing the web and reading books and lengthy articles.
3.Â The author notes that “The web has been a godsendto me as a writer.Â Â research that once required days in the stacks or periodical rooms of libraries can now be done in minutes.”Â do th epowerful advantages of using the Internet necessarily mean that we have to sacrifice our ability to read deeply and think reflectively.
4.Â The author acknowledges that “the Net is becoming a universal medium, the conduit for most of the information that flows through my eyes and ears and into my mind” and that this puts him at risk for being aÂ :mere decder of information” rather than a deep thinker about information.Â Woul you say that this also true for you? Explain.
5.Â Imagine that you are the president of Tennessee State University and that you want students to use the full power of the InternetÂ in their education but you also wish them to develop their abilities to think deeply, concentrate, and contemplate.Â Analyze this problem and develop some practical solutions for dealing with the challenge.
Thinking Activity 3’1 page 100
Think about people who you know whom you admiire as expert thinkers and list some of the qualities these people exhibit that you believe qualify them as “critical thinkers. Â For each critical thinking quality, write down an example involving the person.
The architects of the new Internet Protocol address structure (IPng of IPv6) deliberately did not build in security features or enhanced new protocols such as audio and video streaming into the new architecture. Give a good reason why this was not done.
200 word count for each question.
What is a variable? Explain the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable in criminal justice. Provide an example of each.
What are the similarities and differences between qualitative and quantitative research?
Question 1: List some of the attacks on the Diffie-Hellman key exchange protocol we discussed in the lecture. Present your solution for avoiding such attacks.
Question 2: In the Diffie-Helman protocol, g=11, p=29, x=5, and y=7.
What is the value of the symmetric key?
What is the value of R1 and R2?
Question 3: In the Diffie-Helman protocol, what happens if x and y have the same value, that is, Alice and Bob accidentally chosen the same number? Are R1 and R2 same? Do the session key calculated by Alice and Bob have the same value? Explain what would adversary observe? Could she guess Aliceâ€™s and Bobâ€™s private key? Use an example to prove your claims.
Question 4: Using RSA scheme, let p=23, q=31, d=457, calculate the public key e. Provide detailed description of all steps, explain what information will be published and what destroyed.
Optionally: Encrypt and decrypt simple message M1=100.
Â· Paper work should have 400 words
Â· Paper must have 3 Citing reference â€œHarvard Style:
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Important: This assignment will be sent via TURNITIT system, original work is a must.
select a business of interest and develop QA best practices that can be developed and implemented to increase revenues
and/or to decrease costs. Please provide at least three mathematical examples supporting your recommendations.