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I think it is great. Instead of waiting for one's turn to get a book in a library, one can print it from a file downloaded earlier. The great thing about it that one can print only those pages he is interested in and also make marks on the pages to mark important ideas.
Another important aspect of this is the advantages of using computer the greatest invention of the last century. Students do not have to spend their time by writing and re-writing many papers. It is really time-consuming. They just type information in and may use many useful features such as "copy", "past", "delete", "save", and so on. Also, sometimes students do not have to write down lectures Because they already have them on their computers.
Internet plays an important role in our life now. We can communicate with the people who are on another part of the planet. We also can get the latest news very quickly. People can ask for a piece of advice or find different kinds of information on the Internet.
Students can get their degree on-line, register for classes, communicate with professors, take tests and even listen to a lecture. I think the great part in it that students may more effectively arrange their time. They can get their task by e-mail and stay home to do it.
It really saves time and makes studying more fun especially if a person has to work in order to pay his or her tuition. To summarize, I think that many last inventions improved students' life and allowed them to concentrate more on studying. Technology has entered the lives of even the poorest members of society, and it is very rare to find anyone who does not have some form of modern technology in their home, such as a TV or a food processor.
Without the benefits that technology brings, the world would be a much harder place to live in. For example, how would any business operate without faxes, photocopiers or telephones? In conclusion, although technology has the potential to provide a better quality of life for everyone, it is also capable of destroying everything within a very short space of time.
As such it should be developed with caution and should never be allowed to take the place of human contact, Because this is what ultimately holds a society together. Thousands of young people are mortally ill Because of incurable disease. They are all kept alive in artificial ways.
They have no chance to recover completely, but most legal systems do not allow doctors to end their lives. However, fatally ill patients should be allowed to die for several reasons. The first reason is that medical costs are very high. The cost of a hospital room can be as much as a hundred dollars per day and even more.
The cost of medicines and medical tests are also high. The family of the patient is responsible for these expenses. Consequently, there would be a terrible financial burden for them for a long time. The second reason is that the family suffers. The nurses can only give the terminally ill patient minimum care. The family must spend time caring for the special needs of their loved one. They should talk, touch, and hold the patient even though he or she may be in a coma.
Also, it is very difficult to watch a loved one in a coma Because his or her condition does not improve. The third and most important reason is that the patients have no chance of recovery. They can never lead normal lives and must be kept alive by life — support machines. They may need a machine to breathe and a feeding tube to take in food. They are more dead than alive and will never get better.
For example, inKaren Quinlan became unconscious after the she swallowed some drugs and drank alcohol. She was kept alive by machines. Her parents knew that her body and brain would never be normal. Therefore, they asked the court to allow their daughter to die.
She was able to breathe on her own, but she died nine years later in June of In conclusion, Because terminally ill patients have no chance to live normal lives, they should be allowed to die with dignity.
Therefore, the family should have the right to ask to turn off the life-support machines or to stop further medical treatment. On a personal level, the media can be very entertaining and informative.
Reading about the lifestyles of the rich and famous is amusing and can help us forget our own problems. As far as politics are concerned, the free press is important as it often reveals the truth behind all the speeches and accusations. Unfortunately, most newspapers tend to favor a particular political party, meaning that their articles are not objective.
From an educational point of view, newspapers and magazines are an important source of up-to-date information and in-depth articles, reporting on both local and international events.
Opponents of this view say that newspapers do not always give correct information and facts are often falsely reported. Thus, they are not always appropriate learning material for students. On the whole, I believe that the existence of the free press is valuable to our society, as long as its power is used wisely and objectively in an effort to inform the public, rather than mislead it. Obviously, the First teachers we have in our lives in most cases are our parents.
They teach us to walk, to speak, and to have good manners before we reach "the real world. It is almost certain that our parents are the best teachers at the beginning of our lives, which actually corresponds to the parents' role in nature. Parents are most committed and involved in teaching their children; they have a kind of instinct to sacrifice a part of themselves for the betterment of their children. They love us and have great patience while passing down their knowledge to us.
They wish us success and thus will not teach us bad things. And of course, implicit learning occurs when children unconsciously copy some of their parents' habits and styles of behavior. During the Second stage of child development, adolescence, parents can still be in the best position to offer advice even though the children might not accept it.
In this case, perhaps the child's friends would be the best teachers. Adolescents are notoriously rebellious in many cultures and may automatically reject any advice from their parents. For instance, my First marriage was solely a matter of doing the opposite of what my parents wanted when they tried to intrude in offering their advice. In such matters, parents should be much more flexible and try to be partners with their children. So we can see that being a teacher of a growing child becomes a more and more complicated case as time passes and many parents are simply not able to meet the increased demands.
On the other hand, I would say that parents are not professional teachers and they tend to be very biased by their love of their children. So wishing good things and an easy life Second Opinion (Radikal Mix) - The Shrink - Second Opinion (Vinyl) prevent children from maturing. In any case, parents usually can present only one viewpoint of the world, while good teaching should be based on different attitudes.
Thus, when children go to school and have a great diversity of teachers, they learn much more than their parents could probably give them. Furthermore, once our parents get older, they become more conservative and cannot always be objective in regard to modern trends and fashions. We need to take their advice with caution during that period. However, there are some kinds of intuition which I believe should be shared between relatives about what everybody needs, and there is a great love which exists in families that still makes our parents very good teachers and advisers at any time.
In conclusion, while parents are not the ideal teachers, and well-rounded children will generally need a great diversity of teachers in their lives in order to have a more accurate view of the world, parents are generally the most committed of all teachers and have the greatest emotional investment in their children and their future.
It is also an effective way of selling new products, and many people argue that it effectively influences us towards unnecessary spending. Others, However, disagree. They say advertising can't sell any product; it can only help to sell a product people want to buy. One of the main arguments for advertising is that it generates wealth for a country. That is to say, more goods are sold and more taxes are paid, which help governments to pay for essential services, such as education and health care.
Moreover, there is an increase in the number of jobs for producing, marketing, and servicing. These goods help to reduce the unemployment problem, which is also a great advantage for a country's economy. What is more, advertising raises money for a huge number of sporting events and artistic performances. Otherwise, these may not be held without sponsorship from companies who advertise their products. These events may disappear due to lack of funding.
In other words, although consumerism is promoted through advertising, it is beneficial to both the consumer and society. On the other hand, advertisements can cause people to be dissatisfied with what they already have, and make them want more.
Being exposed again and again to products which one cannot afford produces frustration and dissatisfaction. Furthermore, not all parents are in a position to afford the goods which their children see advertised and want to possess. This often leads to feelings of inadequacy, especially among the less well-off.
In addition to this, advertising creates materialism and causes people to place too much importance on material goods.
The fact that people are prepared to work long hours, or even turn to crime in order to gain the goods on offer, shows that advertising persuades people to go to great lengths to keep the same standard of living as those they see around them. It is a fact that neither crime nor the stress caused by overworking can benefit society.
In conclusion, I believe that advertising generates wealth by encouraging people to spend more money, but it also supports greed and breeds dissatisfaction by putting us off from more vital things. Billions of dollars are spent internationally on preventing drug use, treating addicts, and fighting drug-related crime. Although drugs threaten many societies, their effects can be combated successfully. This essay looks at some of the effects of drug use on society, and suggests some solutions to the problem.
Drug abuse causes multiple problems for countries and communities. The medical and psychological effects are very obvious. Addicts cannot function as normal members of society. They neglect or abuse their families, and eventually require expensive treatment or hospitalization. The second effect is crime. Huge police resources are needed to fight smuggling and dealing.
Criminal gangs and mafia underworlds develop with the money from drugs. However, the menace of drugs can be fought. Education is the First battle. Children need to be told at home and in school about drugs. People need to be aware of the effects so that they can avoid this problem. A second approach is to increase police manpower to stop dealers and to enforce the law.
However, the main target should be the user. Families and counselors need to talk to children and people at risk. Parents need to look at their children and help them.
Jobs are needed to give people a role in society. In conclusion, although the problem of drugs may seem impossible to eliminate, there are concrete steps that can be taken to weaken the hold of drugs on society. The danger from drugs is too great to ignore. You need to know that attending university is really important.
If you finish university and get a degree, you can find a good job. You will make some friends and meet different people. You will also learn some others language. However being a university student is really difficult Because there are more responsibilities, more expenses, and time management. Being a university student you will have many responsibilities at school and home. At school you must do everyday works that is given to you.
You will have work everyday in class. You need to do every thing that your teachers give to you in order to get good grades.
If you went back home, you will have some responsibilities at home too. The responsibilities are feeding the pigs, cleaning the house, washing clothes and other important things that needed to done at home. Universities have a lot of expenses. You will pay for the taxi, your lunch, tuition, books, and other materials that are needed for a university student. You must buy these Because if you did not buy these you can also fail your class.
However, attending university is really good Because you will get the refund checks and other money that you can apply when you in university. The bad things are if you have been suspended from Pell Grant you will pay for your class but it really expensive. It is important to know how the school is really important to all the people. Being a university student you must think about time management.
Time management is really important to each student. If you know how to manage your time you will be the best student. You Second Opinion (Radikal Mix) - The Shrink - Second Opinion (Vinyl) to manage your time for studying and time to for individual works that you need to do. It is not really easy to manage your time. If you follow your time you will find how it can help you when you are in university and also at home.
You can do your work at the different time. You must prepare you time for every semester. To conclude, being a university student important if you want to be a successful person, but it is really difficult Because of more responsibilities, more expense and time management.
However you need to try you best to finish school and find a job so that you can help your family some day. It is not easy to be a university student but you need to be responsible for your life in the future. In fact, it is so common that it is difficult to imagine a household without TV. This shows just how important television is. To understand how important television is, we can look at the variety of programs and valuable content it offers and the purposes it serves in daily life.
First of all, there are many different types of programs on television. The viewer can watch a weather report to prepare for the day.
Cartoons and sport provide relaxation and fun. School programs, documentaries and the news teach us about the world. And advertisements inform us about products and new ideas. Secondly, the content is very appealing because it is realistic and up to date. As TV is a medium that combines moving, color images and sound, it resembles real life, so the viewers can identify with what they see.
Furthermore, modern technology means that the content is up to date, For example, news reports can be broadcast live and from all over the world. This means that information is available almost anywhere at any time. People seek entertainment and distraction, and TV can give us that in the form of films or cartoons. People want education, information and instruction because they are inquisitive and like to learn.
TV gives us this in documentaries or educational programs, and in reports or cultural programs. People enjoy creativity, and TV gives us that in the work of all the people involved in creating clever film scripts, effective scenery, witty dialogues or magnificent camera shots. TV gives us the world, other cultures, other people, languages and ideas. It introduces us to knowledge. As we have seen, television offers us a wide range of valuable programs and content and serves many purposes in our daily lives.
TV not only provides many types of programs with interesting and broad content, but it also serves to fulfill our needs in terms of entertainment and knowledge.
TV is an integral and vital medium today. Those tapes of crime are no different from crimes without computers. The computer is only a tool that a criminal uses to commit a crime. There are no precise, reliable statistics on the amount of computer crime and the economic loss to victims, Because many of these computer crimes are apparently not detected by the victims.
Many of these crimes are never reported to authorities, partly Because the losses are often difficult to calculate. Nevertheless, there is a consensus among both law enforcement personnel and computer scientists who specialize in security that both the number of computer crime incidents and the sophistication of computer criminals are increasing rapidly. Estimates are that computer crime costs victims at least five billion dollars each year in the USA, and the true value of such crimes might be significantly higher.
In computer security, there is a new word: "information warfare. These are in contrast to merely using computer equipment as a tool to commit old crimes. Unauthorized use of computers generally takes the following forms: Unauthorized viewing of computer files, changing data, deleting data, and denying service to authorized users.
Most unauthorized use is accomplished by a person who uses a modem to access a remote computer from his house. In this way, the computer criminal is acting analogously to a thief. To successfully use a remote computer, any user must have both a valid user name and valid password. The criminals who change or delete data, who gobble large amounts of computer resources and who also might use other people's data such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and other personal information have a more sinister motive and are capable of doing immense damage.
Everyone has heard the words "computer virus", but few know a precise definition. The general term is "rogue program" or "malicious program", which is divided into the following types: file-destroying, self — replicating programs, and data congesting.
All of them can delete and destroy important data. Not requiring a professional programmer, most malicious programs are made by a person or a small group. Because nowadays people rely very much on the Internet, they are more likely to be affected by a virus. The last type of computer crime is harassment.
In general, a harasser intends to cause emotional distress and has no legitimate purpose to his communications. Harassment can be as simple as continuing to send e-mail to someone who has said they want no further contact with the sender.
Harassment may also include threats, sexual remarks, or pejorative labels. A particularly disturbing form of harassment is sending a forged e-mail that appears to be from the victim and contains racist remarks or other embarrassing text which will tarnish the reputation of the victim. The United States alone has enough missiles to destroy the Earth a few times over.
Americans, then, should not waste their money on taxes for building more weapons! There are other issues America must be concerned with. Why not stop the building of weapons and use the money for other needed causes?
Today, over forty percent of America's national budget is used for our already large nuclear arsenal, but less than one percent is allocated for the homeless and other vital causes. In my opinion, the money could be used for helping the homeless, working towards a drug-free America, and easing the trade deficit. The money could be put to use to ease housing costs, and making housing affordable for homeless people.
More houses could be built and old ones renovated or replaced. Old boarded-up buildings could be torn down and new apartments would take their place.
Thus, building more houses lowers the costs to buy a house which, in turn, allows more people to move off the streets. If homes cannot be built, existing shelters could use food and medical aid. Shelters for the homeless are in bad shape and need the extra money to clean up the area. Many people talk about a drug-free America, including George Bush. Although he wants drug trafficking to stop, he does not allocate enough funds to accomplish the task.
When production of useless weapons is stopped, the new income can be use to increase the police force. More police stations, officers, and detectives are needed now. Many investigations at this moment are slowed Because of the lack of manpower. Many people do not feel safe in their homes Because local police forces are understaffed.
All of this would change if we stop the Cold War. People could walk on the streets at night, drug lords would be behind bars, and drugs would be eradicated from the country if nuclear weapons were stopped.
The money would be used to set up addiction centers where many addicts can stop their use of drugs. More patrols could be set up along the border, stopping drugs before they enter this country which, in turn, would keep them off the streets and away from America's youth. Likewise, the trade deficit needs money to reverse its upward climb.
Other countries are buying up American companies, and literally America itself. We owe countries billions of dollars which we can never pay off at the rate we are going. The American dollar is falling below other countries' currencies.
Our country needs extra money to pay debts and to renew trust with other countries. Once trust is renewed, we can again emerge as a leading superpower. Hence, weapons are now gathering dust in bunkers waiting for a war that will never come. Money must be put to use for the homeless, to end the drug problem, and to lessen the trade deficit. We, as a country, should worry about other problems besides the war. Let's make America that clean, drug-free place that has kept Americans dreaming for many years.
In my opinion, although subjects such as Art and Music are important, English and Math are the most fundamental part of our education. In the first place, when you know how to read, write and do simple calculations, you have the tools required in order to deal with everyday matters. For example, being able to read and write can help you to communicate and express yourself clearly. Moreover, you need basic math for such daily chores as doing your shopping, paying your bills and managing your money.
Furthermore, it is essential to have a good knowledge of English and Math in order to find even the simplest job. Reading, writing and mathematical skills are the minimum requirements that most employers demand.
On the other hand, it can be argued that Art and Music are just as significant as English and Math. For instance, learning how to draw or play an instrument can introduce a child to a whole new world.
In addition to this, subjects such as Art and Music can provide children with a well-rounded education rather than just basic skills. All things considered, though, it seems to me that English and Math are vital subjects.
Without learning to read, write or do arithmetic, people may have difficulties coping with even the simplest tasks in daily life. Evans, Virginia. Successful Writing Upp. Since the peer pressure was growing, I decided to go to the gym. After that I could really understand people when they said exercise really helps a person to get organized and keeps you healthy, both physically and mentally. To begin with, when you are a lazy person, it is difficult to take the First step, but it is all a matter of committing yourself to something that will provide you a lot of positive feedback.
Once you start doing exercise and observing positive results, you actually enjoy it. It takes a lot of effort and strong will, but it's worth it. The principal thing to do is to participate in an activity you like. As a result of this, you will no longer be a stressed-out person without time to do all your activities.
Second, it is obvious that once you exercise you will be in better condition. You will be physically healthier. It is probable that you will lose weight and Second Opinion (Radikal Mix) - The Shrink - Second Opinion (Vinyl) muscles will get stronger and stronger. When your body feels well and full of energy, it will respond immediately to any action you want to do.
Furthermore, any activity will be done in high spirits. The third reason why exercising is good is that it affects you positively in a psychological way. Doing exercise helps you to set specific goals which, along with a strong will, can be achieved.
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