“What’s the world coming to when youcan’t leave your house for five minutes without someone trying to break in androb you?” The struggling people think we have until now helped to find asolution to the light of the problem that humankind is in. Somebody’s struggleis ones written headline, and professional opinions given are misinterpreted,leaving the people with a golden silence that the people have built. Likewise,as individuals, it is time to make a change in the investment of humanitiesadvancement. As Archivist, undoubtedly, technology and human resources shouldbe invested into the right places to assure humanities advancement withinsociety. A teacher’s job in the correlation withthe student is to work smarter, not harder: buried papers, grading papers,collecting and distributing work, to the students. Responsibilities have becomestressful and overbearing.
Correspondingly, the pinacol issue that teacherswere having was the amount of extensive paperwork; the solution, as a result,was to go with a paperless classroom. The future and education technologyconference, expounds upon this issue. “The tradition of desk in rows ina teacher-directed classroom is inhibiting our progress to address is not aboutdecorating- it is about having conversations about purpose and intentionality.”What is important to this point is designing and learning to appeal the studentrather than what was cultivated from the book.
In the same fashion, it isimportant to design a modern education space for the student to ensure academicsuccess. Crafting a curriculum, which stimulates students and prepares them forcollege and careers opportunities. Using Dr. Linda Elder and Dr. Richard Paul’sThe Thinker’s Guide to Analytic Thinking,the elements of thought reveal the intellectual standards that criticalthinkers access of a purpose or goal.Following this, the importance ofreligious ethnicity is what keeps the people in hope.
However, we must respectanother man’s religious affiliation. The Christian Century, examination ofreligion raises questions about religious variation and whether we can acceptit. “The challenge is to live together with our deepest beliefs, not withoutthem. The admirable effort to avoid exclusive policies can become itselfexclusive by setting up its own definitive judgment about what true religionis” (7). In a like manner, Nicholas Rescher Realism about Political Philosophy,effectively conveys the public’s endeavors to accept the “general good”.
Bringproblems to society in the result of our opinion on different topics andvariations. Aaron Tang’s Reverse Political Process Theory, challenges the politicalprocess of constitutional interpretation of the ideas conveyed to discreteminority groups entitlement to a heightened judicial attentiveness. In referencing Dr. LindaElder and Dr. Richard Paul’s using theArt of Asking Essential Questions, individuals should ask what can be doneto close the gap between religion and politics? As a result,for both religion and politics to co-exist will be to design a system of properbalance, both weighing religion and politics equally. Inusing Dr.
Linda Elder and Dr. Richard Paul’sThe Thinker’s Guide to Fallacies: The Artof Mental Trickery and Manipulation, shows that the people need toavoid extremes and put aside preconceived bias of topics and ideas withoutknowing cultural understanding or logic behind reasoning (47-49). Furthermore, the social accepts insociology and how cultural constructivist has view the haphazardly humancultural expression. In using Simone Schoch, JanaNikitin, Alexandra M. Freund Why do(n’t)you like me? The role of social approach and avoidance motives in attributionsfollowing social acceptance and rejection, “people are more likely to attribute them to internal (vs.external) and general (vs. variable-specific) causes. In doing so, people attemptMCM1 to maintain a consistent sense of themselves and the world.
Causal attributionsthereby operate as a self-verification process (Alden 1986). Social avoidancemotives, in turn, are characterized by generalized expectations of negativesocial situations (e.g.
, ”I cannot behave in a way that results in othersliking me,” or ”Social situations are mostly negative”) that people try to avoid”(689). Comparatively, it is important to have social acceptance of other peergroups. Findings within, Why do(n’t) youlike me? The role of social approach and avoidance motives in attributionsfollowing social acceptance and rejection, conveys the idea that an increasingstrength of social approach motives and decreasing of social avoidance motives willhave a positive effect on following social acceptance and rejection.
Theincreasing people’s social satisfaction will create a social interruptionwithin both peer groups, creating an approach to avoidance motives. Incontrast, if interventions only aim to increase the strength of approachmotives, the negative effects of negative social situations, such asexperiencing isolation and rejection, cannot be satisfied. In accordance with interventions,only aim to decrease the strength of avoidance motives, the public might not beable to acknowledge the positive effects of positive social interactions, suchas compatibility, love, and acceptance. Once again, referencing Richard Pauland Linda Elder’s Critical ThinkingConcept and Tools, shows the humanities ability to decipher intellectualtraits such as: humility over arrogance, courage over cowardice, and empathyover narrow-mindedness (14). Although the human cultural expression isdifferent for each person, one cannot exist without the other. Religion ismeant to teach us true spiritual human character. Radhanath Swami once said “Itis meant for self-transformation.
It is meant to transform anxiety into peace,arrogance and humility, envy into compassion, to awaken the pure soul in manand his love for the Source, which is God.” As was stated before, we simplycannot live without the wonders to become better people. It is what drives usaway from solace but, become better individuals, we must own up to our mistakesand invest our time into making a change for the now and the future. Given these points, the world vastlyinterconnected then it was in the past.
We need to push these globalimplantations to advance society into a better direction and, avant-garde intothinking about the now and the future for the next generation. MCM1