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Communication Techniques and Skills Used During the Initial Interview Process to Promote Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationships - The relationship between a nurse and a client begins from the very first meeting. Therapeutic relationships between nurses and clients are shaped from this very first meeting and are essential to nursing care as they contribute to client satisfaction and optimise clinical outcomes. A nurse can encourage therapeutic nurse-client relationships with clients through communication techniques and skills during the initial interview process. This essay will define therapeutic nurse-client relationships, explain the significance of these relationships to client satisfaction and outcomes and discuss interpersonal communication skills that can be used during the initial interview to help build a thera...   [tags: Nursing ]
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Data Collection Analysis: Interview with Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught and Lieutenant Connell Marilla Cushman - ... There she could manage and supervise, which she was longing for. 2. What was the excitement and problem you have faced in the service. According to Vaught the only problem she faced was during his work in Spain. After working for 11 months in Spain, the Air Force was releasing her early because of her eyesight. For which, she had to talk to Senator of Illinois to work the matter out. One of the reason, as Lieutenant Connell Cushman suggested Vaught might have not faced any problem during her career might because of administrative duty she was in....   [tags: history of women in service] 1409 words
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Summary of Jonathan Kozol's, On Being a Teacher, and Botstein's Interview, Why High School Must Go - The trivialization of high school in the present educational organization for teens has been posited in the public; however, it is one vital issue that is being debated. Is it really right for high schools to be abolished from the teen’s system of education. This question has been a vital issue in the present age educational structure. According to research carried out by many educational researchers lately, it was discovered that the two-year high schooling scheme is irrelevant and obsolete in the learning structure for teen’s, and should be abolished from their system of education or scheme of learning....   [tags: teaching, teens, secondary education] 1428 words
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An Interview with the Main Character of Macbeth - Why did you let the witches and your wife influence you. Well, you have to understand that she IS my wife and she wanted the best for me it seemed. But now I realize that I never should have listened to her. I should have left it to fate and been content with the position of Thane of Cawdor for the time. The witches also were only playing with my mind and making me believe that I had to kill to become king when it would have happened eventually. The witches wanted all of this to happen, because they wanted to create havoc and misery....   [tags: Shakespeare, Creative Writing, Fiction Writing] 1007 words
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Indivdual Cultural Framework - ... Religious zeal combined with mental illness created the unique environment in which Jamie grew up. One of the values and expectations instilled in Jamie was to appear perfect and portray success. This led to a very isolated upbringing, in which she was restricted from reaching out for social supports. It was not until after her mother suffered a stroke and was institutionalized that Jamie was able to seek support outside of her immediate family. The way in which I responded to my chaotic home life was to insert myself into a community where I could build relationships with surrogate mothers and fathers to help provide the support I needed....   [tags: videotaped interview, thoughts, actions]
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An Interview with a Video Gamer - ... “Being a military brat, I wasn’t able to make many friends before moving,” Wong says. “But [video] games weren’t the reason for that. I wasn’t addicted.” But video games do have a reputation of obsession. In the shooting at a Washington D.C. naval base, Aaron Alexis (the shooter) apparently spent his time playing Call of Duty. According to Nick Allen of The Telegraph, “He played up to 16 hours at a time” (1). Wong responds on the subject, “Some people play to the point they can’t tell reality from fantasy.” He gives another example, “I’ve seen someone whose house looked like an episode from Hoarders....   [tags: Andrew Wong]
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Interview with My Mother and Uncle - ... They both moved to the United States in the late 19th century. Familial Beliefs Regarding HEALTH/Health and ILLNESS/Illness The current living generations of my family define HEALTH/Health as the ability to perform daily tasks with ease. Emotional health, spiritual health, and physical health play a very large role in my family as I both sides were born believing that their needed to be harmony with all three aspects in order to have proper body function and healthfulness. We define ILLNESS/Illness as the inability to perform daily tasks....   [tags: family heritage] 1072 words
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Interview to a Police Officer - Born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, Captain Sameul Jelsma of Pahoa Police Station has served as a police officer for more than two decades. He is the commander of the station and he oversees the lower Puna district. Before he joined the Hawaii Police Department, he served in the US military. When he was in the army, he decided to come back and serve his own community. He was initially enlisted as a patrol officer but his commitment and hard work rewarded him with promotions as the result of which he became a captain....   [tags: law enfocement, personal analysis] 594 words
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An Interview for Emily Dickinson - ... Emily: Yes. I don’t know where I would be without my friends. “My friends are my estate” (Dickinson, www.goodreads.com). Interviewer: Since you were close to your friends, I assume they were your inspiration for some of your writing and influenced it as well. Is that correct. Emily: Yes, they did indeed. Interviewer: Would it be safe to say that religion was another thing that influenced your writing. Emily: Yeah, that would be safe to say. I didn’t meet some of the religious standards people expected of me....   [tags: life, poem]
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How to Use a Company’s Annual Report to Ace Your Interview - How to Use a Company’s Annual Report to Ace Your Interview If you don't take the time to get know a company, you many not have a future there.  Your interviewer will ask you why are you looking for this particular position and why are you looking at ABC, Inc.  Start by telling him or her that you have read ABC's current sales record "in their annual report."      Company sales are important even if you are not interviewing for a sales job.  If you have reviewed several years of annual reports, you can easily see if the company's sales have gone up or down....   [tags: Process Essays] 865 words
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The Good, the Bad, and the Milosevic - Slobodan Milosevic and many others who were born in WW2 have had troubled childhoods, Milosevic’s parents committing suicide which would traumatize any adult . He rose through the ranks of Tito’s communist party and survived the late 60’s purges where he became a close ally to the 1980’s party leader Ivan Stambolic. When Slobodan Milosevic was president of Serbia, Time Magazine interviewed him in 1995 just after the Dayton peace accords. His interview focused on four key actions that were affecting former Yugoslavia....   [tags: Time Magazines, Interview, Power Hungry]
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Labor Market Discrimination - ... White-sounding names are 50% more likely to receive a call back from employers than Black-sounding names, regardless of the type of occupation being pursued. High-level occupations, -the managerial and executive category- showed the lowest racial gap of only 33%. The highest racial gap of 64% occurred in low-level jobs. Oftentimes, these were “equal opportunity employers.” Furthermore, discrimination is even greater for African-American females than it is for African-American males. “The lowest scoring callback rate of black female names was 6.1 percentage points behind the lowest scoring white female name.” Many blame labor market discrimination as the cause to why African-Americans are...   [tags: human resources, selection, interview] 549 words
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HINTS an Organization Helping People with Cancer - ... HINTS is a very serious organization that makes the best use of the data obtained and presents accurate statistics. HINTS has conducted a study of people that have been diagnosed with cancer before and people’s current occupational status. In total, there were 1500 cases surveyed but only 1424 people responded. This results in a 94.9% success rate in people completing the survey. For the crosstabulations, 58 of the of the respondents that have been diagnosed with cancer were employed, 9 were unemployed, 19 of them were homemakers, zero students, 99 retired, 6 disabled and one person as “other” as his occupation....   [tags: information, computer assisted telephone interview] 901 words
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Middle Adulthood (40-45) Interview - ... The female decided to have eye surgery so that she would not have to wear glasses. Even with the surgery, ten years later, she now relies on reading glasses. In their early forties, both had physicals and revealed high blood pressure, the female also had high cholesterol and the male was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. Through diet and exercise both are now off of medications for these conditions. However they both noticed that when they abandon their exercise routines they gain weight and have to temporarily go back on medications....   [tags: healthy habits, stagnation]
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Filled Out Interview Form - 1. Tell me something about yourself. I am a trustworthy, accurate and hardworking. My accuracy and ability to concentrate makes me a detail specialist. Choosing this position will make good use of my sound judgment, realism and matter-of-fact personality. 2. Why should I hire you. I truly believe in your company. If offered the position as Information Technician, I will use my education and skills to help your company go above and beyond the company goals. I am dependable, a fast learner, and very motivated....   [tags: applying for a job] 519 words
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How to Implement the Change Process - How to Implement the Change Process I chose to pursue a degree in Social Work because I have a deep passion for helping people figure things out and get back on track. I have always tried to help people in the simplest ways without being over intrusive and giving them the respect and dignity they deserve. As a teen I found joy in the slightest things like helping people fill out and submit job applications, filling out medical forms, and explaining to them the process for things such as obtaining Medicaid, food stamps, their food handlers card and even on where and how to apply for your driver’s license....   [tags: social work, interview, client, family]
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Gay Rights in Russia and Interview Analysis by Fareed Zakaria From CNN - Gay rights in Russia Gay rights has always been a controversial issue in Russia. Russia has anti-gay laws that cause big conflict in the country. Some of the laws that were passed include the gay propaganda law which is against exposing children to any gay media. Another big law which is on its way to being passed is they law against gay people adopting children. Because of this big issue going on, Fareed Zakaria a CNN news reporter investigates the situation. Zakaria interviews Valery Gergiev, an artistic and general director of Mariinsky Theatre....   [tags: Discrimination, Equality] 798 words
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Beyond the Disability - Born in Northern Ireland, Eamonn McGirr began his career not as the lively, captivating performer he is now known as, but as a mathematics professor. I had the opportunity to meet and interview Mr. McGirr while working for the school newspaper. After interviewing Mr. McGirr it is easy to envision him amongst a classroom of young students. Not only is he articulate and engaging, but even more striking is the overwhelming sincerity and compassion he radiated throughout our conversation. Mr. McGirr has been an active member of the disabled community for some time now....   [tags: Interview Essay] 854 words
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Interview With A Marine - The Few the Proud and the The Brave. Timothy Durham A corpral in the United States Marine Corps Considers himself to be a example of what the Marines exemplify. "I am a Marine to the heart 100%." Timothy joined the Marines at the age of twenty three, in search of a better lie for both himself and his daughter. He felt like the Marines would be the best route to not only developing him into manhood but also providing him with the best "possible benefits". "I wanted To be a better person and open up doors of oppurtunity for myself....   [tags: essays research papers] 611 words
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Interview with an Extraterrestrial - Scene: In an artificial bubble on the surface of Ganymede (one of Jupiter's moons), an alien explorer describes the planet "Earth" to his species. Can you give us a general picture of Earth and its inhabitants. The planet is rather pretty, with lots of natural resources. "Fertile" isn't too strong a word, especially when compared with most places in the local system. There are lots of energy sources, easily accessed, and lots of chemical resources as well. And we think this fertility is why the Earth's inhabitants the "humans" have such distorted ideas about reality....   [tags: essays research papers] 990 words
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Bella's Interview - ... “CALEB. Thank God. Can you put the first load in the washing machine for me, please?” she yelled in a hurried and panicked voice. “Renee is going to kill me. Why did you let me sleep in?” “Umm… well you see… I sort of already did the first three loads,” Caleb answered sheepishly. During the last two weeks, he had been working on the loft above Carmen’s store with a couple of friends, coming home late just to eat dinner and crash. They had finished all work the day before, and all the loft needed was a bed and a couch....   [tags: personal narrative] 943 words
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Camp Ondessonk Interview - ... 2. How does a camper benefit from attending camp. I believe that when a child goes to a camp, they benefit from it in many ways. While at camp, campers have a chance to meet new people, some which may become friends for a lifetime. In this they learn about diverse skills, religions and other abilities. Many campers learn that camp is a fun environment with all sorts of amazing people. Campers have the chance to see how other campers are different in ways such as where they are from; Texas or Illinois, and why they do certain activities a certain way; making friendship bracelets or shooting a bow and arrow....   [tags: benefits of camp, interests and hobbies] 639 words
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Parent Interview of a Special Needs Child - ... The mother however reported that being a single mother was stressful. At the time the child was a year and half old, the mother placed in family daycare center that was in a provider’s apartment. The provider also cared for four other children between the ages of one and three. The child was in the providers care from the age of one and half until she was three years when she started to attend a full day preschool program. The mother reported no concerns during this period of the time and stated that her daughter was an easy child who listened....   [tags: pregnancy, stress, speech, infact] 1501 words
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Data Collection Method - Data Collection Method One of the methods that will be chosen to collect data for the research project will be the use of a case study. The participants will be carefully chosen from organizations in the retail sector. The organizations that will be selected will provide a well-diversified portfolio of both smaller and larger size and across multiple areas of product and service offerings. The purpose for this is to provide an expanded opinion base that could potentially allow the study to be expanded to a broader applicability model for the results....   [tags: reliability, credibility, PDS, coding, interview]
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A Great Teacher - Original Writing - A Great Teacher - Original Writing I was 20 yearls old when I was assigned to interview someone whom I admire. By those days I wanted to get a degree as an English teacher, so I thought it was a great idea to interview one of my high school teachers. I decided to interview the most taugh and admirable teacher I have ever had: Mr. Stucchi. Surrounded by a circle of students, Mr. Stucchi answered questions, gave instructions, and explained assignments. I slowly approached the circle and stood close to him....   [tags: Papers Interview Essays] 1505 words
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The Vietnam War Veteran: Behind the Scenes of the Vietnam War - ... Roy said that he has been everywhere. He said that he wasn’t just based at one place, he moved all around the country and he got to do many things and he got to meet many people. He also helped the rest of the army install and repair parts for all the weaponry. “I didn’t really stay in one place for long, I went all around the country and helped install for the army. I have been to many places and seen many things but the best part about the traveling was meeting all the new people and let me tell you, there are some funny but crazy people out there.” He said that when he was in the jungle where his base was they had very little electricity because they were in the middle of nowhere....   [tags: interview with my grandfather Roy Gene Lakin]
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The Experience Of The War In Korea - The Experience Of The War In Korea The Korean War was a trying time for America. The nation was getting involved in a war that had little or no possibility of a fortunate outcome. The Korean people were divided among how the country should be run. A uniform system of government looked like it may never come to be. In order to protect one of its vital interests as well as to prove to the rest of the world that America didn’t stand for communism, the United States began taking up arms. The war would prove a most difficult task to achieve successfully....   [tags: Personal Narrative Interview Essays] 1578 words
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Personality Testing for Employee Screening - Personality Testing for Employee Screening In an attempt to hire the best possible candidate and to properly analyze current workers, many companies have used some form of personality testing to attempt to better know their employees. Personality testing has shown the employers are desperately trying to fit the perfect person into the perfect position. Some of the "master chefs" of the selection business are paying special attention to the new chemistry between personality tests, competency requirements, and behavioural interviewing....   [tags: Employment Work Labor Interview] 1398 words
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How 'Person-Job Fit’ and ‘Person-Organisation Fit’ Affects Recruitment Strategy - ... According to Saks and Ashforth (1997), person-job fit (PJF), as being named, is a concept of focusing on matching applicants’ knowledge, skills, and abilities to job requirement. From defining skills that the job required, personnel managers can easily target from a substantial number of people that suits the job description, or demands of a job (Newell, 2009). Besides aiding the company to find the right employees, it also helps applicants themselves to perceive if they are capable of the work they apply....   [tags: employees, skills, interview] 623 words
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Contingency Planning - Information technology relates contingency planning as synchronized strategy that involves tactics, processes and practical measures that ensure the retrieve of data after disturbance, information technology schemes and operation. Contingency planning comprises one or more methods to reinstate disrupted information technology facilities. Information technology (IT) and automated information systems are essential basics in most healthcare processes. The services provided by information technology system operates efficiently without extreme interruption....   [tags: networking interview, information technology]
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Andre's Adulthood - My respondent was my best friend’s father, Andre Cukovic and he is 60 years old. He was born in the communist country of Yugoslavia (present day Albania) in 1949. Physically in his 20’s, Andre was a perfectly fit, muscular young man and was in great shape. He had a sort of “model type” body and long curly hair. During his 30’s, he was still a well built man. He cut his long curly hair and did some modeling in Australia. When Andre reaches his 40’s, he claimed that he still felt like he was 20. He was very active and always up and about....   [tags: psychology, adulthood, interview] 523 words
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Migration Out of Appalachia - Migration Out of Appalachia Many people who experienced it can tell about the impact that the migration out of Appalachia had on people in the 1950’s. One person that has told his story about the migration is Gary Hicks, who is currently a pump foreman for the City of Elizabethton. Born in 1939, Gary is now over 60 years old. He graduated high school and entered the real world in the 1950’s. At that time finding a job wasn’t very easy for anyone in Southern Appalachia. In a tape-recorded personal interview, he told of his migration experience and a search for a job....   [tags: Interview Description Essays]
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Explanation of Class Stereotypes - An analysis class can be classified into one of the three stereotypes, which are entity, boundary or control. An entity class is a class that the primary focus is to hold the data. Meanwhile, the boundary class is a class that the objects are used by the actors to communicate with the system. On the other hand, a control class is a class which provides coordinating behavior in the system. (Joey F. George, 2004) As mentioned, the class of the entity class focus on holding the data. The objects hold most of the data of the application....   [tags: interview, boundary class, entity class, WOBPS]
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Female Expectations - “I hope it is true that a man can die and yet not only live in others but give them life, and not only life, but that great consciousness of life” (Iwise). Jack Kerouac made this observation during his short life. He established what came to be known as the beat generation, which was an artistic and literary rebellion against conformist and conservative society of the 1950s and early 1960s (VanSpanckeren). Keeping in step with the society at the time was difficult. The society had unrealistic expectations of its youth....   [tags: Interview with the Vampire, Anne Rice] 1770 words
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Donna Haraway’s - Donna Haraway’s Wired Magazine interview discusses the apparent ambiguity that has continued to surface between the ‘natural’ and the ‘artificial’ as a result of the inseparable relationship that has developed between people and technology. Today we have transcended the concept of being isolated from the world, and arrived at the notion that we, as individuals, are nodes in larger networks. This idea represents the cornerstone of the cyborg era. Haraway’s definition of a cyborg goes beyond the assumption of metal beneath the flesh....   [tags: interview, technology, era]
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One Soldier Staring Death in the Face - One Soldier Staring Death in the Face War is full of violence and death. This violence and death causes severe emotional trauma. I myself cannot imagine what war is like, or what it is like to have someone I love go off to war. I know I'm lucky because of this. When a loved one goes to war, they may die, they will be scared, and they will be gone. Worst of all, their fate is unknown. Any person that loves another, whether it be a spouse, parent, sibling, or friend, will feel sorrow when seeing that loved one go to war....   [tags: Interview Essays] 1911 words
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interview - Tuesdays With Morrie For the past day or two I have spent time with my sister, discussing different topics with her about life. I closely observed her feelings and I recorded what she had to say. We talked about regrets- Ever since my sister Erin started school she got excellent grades. She doesn’t really have any regrets. She only regrets some choices she made with her friends. She thinks she could have picked better friends because she doesn’t have any true friends. She also wished that she stayed with the sports she played in the past....   [tags: essays research papers] 827 words
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Different Types of Interviews - There are many kinds of talk in social life, for instance, everyday conversation, job interview, journalistic interview, official interview by police, medical interview and research interview. This essay will investigate the difference between social research interviews and everyday conversation. In social research interviews, researchers utilize various methodologies which suit each research theme and situation. Thus, this essay will explore research interviews, which are varied widely, in order to elucidate what factors might distinguish academic interview from ordinary conversation....   [tags: social life, job, journalistic, official]
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Interview to Determine Job Specifications of a County Attorney - ... Such skills would include being able to argue efficiently along with knowing the law well enough to explain it efficiently to someone. With good communication skills comes being able to work well with others. Mr Young explained further that deputy county attorneys are assigned more individual cases but even though they have their own individual work, they also help each other when needed and cover for each other in an emergency. Working with other people includes working with the police force, witnesses, or a defendant’s attorney....   [tags: communication, schooling, trial] 658 words
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Criminal Investigators and Interrogations-Interviews - ... Body language is a key factor in determining if an individual is lying. When an individual is lying they show signs indicating the question that was asked sparked an unsettling feeling that caused them to react. Some signs can include, breaking eye contact, becoming red in the face as if they are flustered and scratching parts of their body like their neck. A Criminal Investigator needs to prepare for their interview/interrogation. Having knowledge of the facts in their case and the strength of any available evidence is important to a successful interrogation/interview....   [tags: finding the truth, criminology] 838 words
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Data From Qualitative Interviews - Discuss in a critical context whether in the context of qualitative interviews data is ‘generated’ or ‘collected’ through the interaction between interviewer and interviewee. Introduction Reviewing the previous qualitative studies, the interview has become one of key research approaches (along with field observations and document analysis) for gathering data that is closely conducted by qualitative researchers. (Kvale, 1996; Kvale and Brinkmann, 2008). As Gubrium & Holstein (2003) suggest that the qualitative interviews are able to assist researchers to investigate the discovery-oriented enquiries and the increased understanding of subjectivities in the researching fields of social science,...   [tags: quality of qualitative research]
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The Difference between Interviews and Interrogations - ... Then you proceed into some close-ended questions regarding any information that was given during the previous step. You want to begin by questions any neutral witnesses first as they do not have any emotional ties to the crime and may forget details. These witnesses should be asked targeted questions that address the 5w’s/h. Hostile witnesses should be questioned with an approach that is the direct opposite of what is used with a friendly witness. Cognitive interviewing begins by asking a witness to recall all information about a crime scene, using any cues necessary to help their memory....   [tags: solving a crime] 1153 words
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Interview With Toni Morrison - "I'm interested in the way in which the past affects the present and I think that if we understand a good deal more about history, we automatically understand a great more about contemporary life. Also, there's more of the past for imaginative purposes than there is of the future." Q. Beloved is dedicated to the 60 million who died as a result of slavery. A staggering number -- is this proved historically. A. Some historians told me 200 million died. The smallest number I got from anybody was 60 million....   [tags: essays papers] 564 words
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Interviews on the Art of Mediation - ... A mediator’s personality plays a large role in the mediation process, Zumeta’s helping personality and some luck helped propel her work with the field of mediation. Hartgering agrees that a mediator’s personality plays a role in mediation. He recounted that a mediator must develop their own style and has abilities of adaptation. He continued to distinguish a mediator as self sufficient, independent, have initiative and drive in the field. (Benjamin et al, 2005). Hartgering interview was relatable personality with the fact that he stuttered and took classes on speaking such as toastmaster to improve speaking....   [tags: Bill Hartgering, Joseph Stulberg, Zena Zumeta]
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Sociolinguistic Interview - Irving and I sit across from each other at a vintage `60's Formica table, my trusty recorder in hand. He is a black male in his mid 20's who grew up in a region of Atlanta called the "SWAts" (South West Atlanta), for the most part, except for the five years that he spent in a little Georgia town called Hogansville with his grandmother. After high-school, he joined the Army and then went on to college. This is where we are now. Irving and I are both in the same AAVE class, and we discussed some of the topics that have been brought up in that class over a banana and a bowl of cereal....   [tags: Sociology Linguistics, AAVE] 1955 words
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State Highway Patro Officer for the State of California - ... The education required for Highway Patrol is a high school diploma but for promotional opportunities it is recommended to have a degree. College courses that are not mandatory but recommended should be involved with preparing you for such as being task orientated, writing reports, paper work for courts, leadership, and structure you on a time line. There are always opportunities in law enforcement for college graduates and you can go as far as you wish to go. On a daily basis Marcel starts his day at 5:00am-3:30pm and has three days off a week, he is in daily, and works the metropolitan area and urban area mostly in LA County....   [tags: interview report] 516 words
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Three Interviews - Family values “can be described as a set of beliefs or morals that help provide for family unity and social interaction as well as providing for a societal view for childhood development” (Dictionary.com). Over the weekend, I interviewed a gang of three great generations while discovering what family values mean to each of them. From these interviews, I was able to distinguish each of their own perspectives. Each interview was like a puzzle. I put each of their answers to together and found what makes family values so important....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography] 704 words
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Interview With Men In Non-Traditional Roles - Men In Non-Traditional Roles This paper takes a look into the lives of three males breaking out of their gender stereotyped roles in society. These males avoid the boundaries traditional thinking has tried to impose on them and embark on their own as what they like to call "pioneers in the men's equality movement." Introduction: The Men First off, this paper will introduce the three "pioneers"; changing only their names for the sake of privacy--per request....   [tags: essays research papers] 1101 words
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Global Warming - Global Warming There is little doubt that the air’s carbon dioxide concentrations have been increasing since the Industrial Revolution and there are few who do not attribute this increase to the rise in humanity’s use of fossil fuels. There is also little dispute that the earth has warmed slightly over the same period. During our interview Adam told me that he believes strongly in the dangers of global warming and feels great animosity towards critics of this theory. Our conversation had an angry tone as Adam explained his hostility towards those who “say that there is no compelling reason to believe that the rise in temperature is caused by the rise in carbon dioxide.” I spent the entir...   [tags: Interview Environment Climate Change] 1261 words
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Analyzing Psychological Disorders - Introduction: In this paper, I will be interviewing for a psychologist position with a top company. I will be asked about my understanding of the causes and treatment(s) of schizophrenia and I will discuss the following: areas of the brain affected, causal factors, associated symptoms, the neural basis, appropriate drug therapies. I have been given four different case studies of disorders in which I will choose two of them to analyze. I will be discussing my understanding of the problem presented in each of the two case studies from the perspective of a biopsychologist....   [tags: Schizophrenia Interview]
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Open-Ended Interviews as a Qualitative Research Technique - Seidman (2012) describes the root of in - depth interviewing as “an interest in understanding the lived experience of other people and the meaning they make of that experience.” The research method of interviewing has become a widely used technique for gathering different forms of methodical information about individuals in the social world. Interviews can be performed using one of two basic structures known as structured (closed questions) or unstructured (open questions). They can be framed in such a way by the researcher to retrieve the desired information from the respondent....   [tags: time consuming methods]
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How to Conduct Interviews - Asking a reporter for a list of questions before an interview sounds reasonable, right. After all, with a list of the reporter's questions you can do all the proper research and come to the interview with great answers. So why did the reporter's response sound so distant and cold when you asked. Maybe it's because you've just committed a major faux pas of news interviewing. What sounds reasonable to many people in business organizations often has a decidedly different ring in a reporter's ears. Asking for a list of questions before an interview — especially requesting a complete set of interview questions — is a clear example....   [tags: Interviewing Reporters Business] 1036 words
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Gender Roles in Vietnam and in the United States - ... Women earn less than men. They choose easier occupations that are less competitive than men. Women will be able to do the job less than men. Women have more patience than men, but men have the ability to do manual labor. But many argue that the difference in income is due to men taking on jobs with a dangerous nature such as construction or mining. Work that requires a lot of intelligence, such as engineering and science, the boss will pay higher wages for men. Women also tend to be less argumentative....   [tags: compare and contrast, interview] 1194 words
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Importance of Interpersonal communications in Information Technology Career - Interpersonal communications can be a very important part of a person’s professional success. Information Technology is an industry that relies on certain areas of communication. Wendy, the person I interviewed, emphasized the importance that people in her industry must be up to date (educated) on the constant changes. Communication, gaining communication and interpersonal skills is again such an "easier said than done" skill for any profession. Communication is such an essential skill it could be considered a talent instinctively given to certain people....   [tags: IT Career Interview Essay]
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