After the feminist movement, in this era, the situation that happened in the nineteenth century, when the society used patriarchy system, rarely happens, the social system in which women are inferior, today in many cases women are superior. Most women already have their freedom to choose their life, it is the era when gender equality exists, in which men and women are in the same position and have the same right to express themselves. They have the same opportunity of life, and they already have individual autonomy. Yet, not all women in this era already have the same opportunity with men. There are still existing of femle descrimination. The reflection of the equality between men and women (of such condition) can be found or reflected in literary works. One of the literary works that can reflect liberal feminism perspective is Mr. andMrs. Smith by Kinberg.
There are two possible strategies for the inferior social group. First, they can measure themselves against members of their own group. Second, they can try individually to join the superior group. On the other hand, women who refuse to accept the inferior status in society will attempt as a group to change this. Tajfel outlines three ways to do this. First, they will try to gain equality and will adopt the values of the superior or majority group, this is called assimilation. Second, they will try to redefine the features which have previously been defined in negative terms by society. Third, they will try to create new dimensions in comparison with the superior group, therefore they are defining for themselves what has positive value. This strategy is done by women to gain equality in working condition and in legal terms. These kinds of women adopt a strategy and assimilate in to the dominant group in the following ways: They use deeper voice
h-Urging Action: the ultimate aim of a sales letter is to make the reader act, and act with a sense of urgency. The appeal of the letter is so powerful that the reader is convinced of a- the quality of the product, b- the genuineness of the seller’s interest in him, c- wisdom of availing himself of the attractive offer and d- the value of his time and money. That is why an effective sales letter offers discount for a limited time. Not only that. Certain other incentives like a gift for purchases worth a certain amount or a free membership, etc are offered. In order to ensure prompt action, most sales letters carry reply envelopes or cards with them. The reader needs not even pay for postage.
Another argument which Smith makes to promote competition, and which is recognizable and (to some) appealing today, is school choice. In addition to students choosing their professors within their school, Smith suggests, students should be able to choose their schools too. If we think of today’s voucher system, Smith’s argument is familiar: Smith tells us scholarships may be useful only if students can use them in the school of their choice. If not, if a scholarship is linked to a college, the college will attract the student, and students will go there regardless of the quality of the college (V.i.f.12). This is indeed what happened to Smith himself. He received a scholarship to study in Oxford, where he was forced “to go to prayers twice a day and to lecture twice a week” (24 August 1740 Letter from Adam Smith to William Smith, Duke of Argyles in Smith (1987), p. 1). Again, I believe Smith's analysis may be both correct and incomplete. His analysis does seem to apply well to a voucher system in primary schools, especially when parents do not have the possibility to choose the school for the children by moving to a neighborhood with the school they prefer. Similarly, fellowships and scholarships do link students to specific colleges. But fellowships and scholarships do not necessarily induce students to disregard the quality of the school lured only by short-sighted monetary incentives. With equal or similar quality of schools, a student would indeed prefer the school with fellowship. But would a student with means chose to forgo paying tuition at Harvard because he received a scholarship to go to a Community College tuition-free? And even if accepted at Harvard, would students of lower means rather go to the subsidized Community College? In case of higher education, especially, we can see the positive returns to our investment. Smith himself tells us that a higher level of education/training commands a higher salary (sic). Assuming with Smith this logic (even if based on faulty cost/labor theory of value), I suppose, it could be applied also to quality of education—a Harvard degree may command a higher salary than a Community College degree, following Smith’s logic, because the cost of the Harvard education is higher than the cost of the Community College education, and so it may be a worthy investment, even if expensive.
Concerning the exosuit’s AI utilities it has memory; it has access to, and can deal with, big data in the cloud. Due to its training – kindly voiced through J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just A Rather Very Intelligent System) – it knows exactly what is necessary to Tony’s survival at every moment. Nevertheless, the brain- connections are still challenging. The exosuit is not switched off when Tony goes to sleep, and from this ‘glitch’ results that the suit/robot is activated by Tony’s nightmares: its AI system has not learned how to distinguish between human vigil and sleep states.
We then turn our attention (Section 3) to the geometric ergodicity of various “hybrid” Markov chains which have been suggested in the literature (Tierney, 1994, Section 2.4; Chan and Geyer, 1994; Green, 1994). After a few preliminary observations, we prove (Theorem 6) that under suitable conditions, hybrid chains will “inherit” the geometric ergodicity of their constituent chains. This suggests the possibility of establishing the geometric ergodicity of large and complicated Markov chain algorithms, simply by verifying the geometric ergodicity of the simpler chains which give rise to them.
Mostly, a man and a woman were married in the same occupation or social set. Mitchell (1996) says that the average age of married for men was twenty-seven or twenty-eight years and twenty five for the women but for the working class couple, the average age was younger (p. 142). Sometimes, the couples who came from the middle to the upper class had late age of marriage because of the preparedness. The man would prepare all that a family needed or would have saved to keep the future. In the working class, if they were given a chance to continue schooling after high school, they would choose not to get married first. Here, it can be seen that education also became a factor of people at that time to choose at what age they would marry. Schluter (2008) also presents same reason that “one reason of this phenomenon is the parents needed to save up resources to wed their children” (p. 5). So here, marriage was not only a pleasure but how there was a future responsible for their children wed.
Mobile learning has proven to assist education at different levels within a wide range of disciplines and contexts. The exponential development and social adoption of newer tools and affordances (i.e. ‘possibilities’) of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are revolutionising educational approaches though mobile learning around the world. Mobile devices not only allow for learning processes to occur practically anywhere in collaboration with anyone, but also offer types of learning that continually challenge traditional formal and non-formal pedagogical approaches and settings. Key benefits of current mobile learning practice include transformation, innovation, inclusion, collaboration, real-life learning and self-determined types of learning. Within this plethora of emerging digital
Penurunan tingkat MRS dari kurve indiferen tersebut mencerminkan kenyataan bahwa semakin banyak komoditi X yang dikonsumsi oleh suatu negara dan semakin sedikit konsumsinya terhadap komoditi Y, maka akan semakin berharga setiap unit Y bagi negara itu dibandingkan dengan satu unit X.
he researcher used a descriptive qualitative method during the research because it is used to describe the domestication and foreignization in the billingual status of Mrs. Ani Yudhoyono’s instagram. Based on the data, 30 words which are identified into foreignization and domestication found in the data. he highest number of types of domestication and foreignization is limited universalization with 11 or 37%. It appears to be the most frequently globalized word in the translation of all the culture-specific items that are considered in this analysis. he translator used this strategy to replace a cultural reference item with another from the same source language. he second type is conservation strategy. It happened because Mrs. Ani explains about traditional food and cloth from Indonesia. She adds additional information about those things. he third type is absolute universalization with 5 or 17%. It is used because Mrs. Ani applies the limited universalization to choose a neutral replacement. he fourth type is naturalization with 2 or 7%. he naturalizations are shown by adapted to the grammatical and phonological rules of the L. he last is autonomous creation and deletion with 1 or 3%. Here, the autonomous creation is used to make the context clearer by adding the suffix. In addition, the deletion is used to delete an SL item that may have different effects on the target audience.
quantification in order to best preserve the signal amplitudes. Resolution enhancement methods such as the Lorentzian-to-Gaussian transformation (Fer- rige and Lindon 1978) should be avoided, as they do not preserve the true metabolite amplitudes. The degree of enhancement depends on the spectral line width, which may vary from subject to subject and, hence, vary the enhancement amount between sub- jects. Quantifying magnitude spectra, which are created from the real and imaginary parts of the signal, is also problematic. Negative signals become positive, which artificially increases the amplitudes of the measured metabolites, and as the S/N de- creases the noise tends to dominate the measured amplitudes (e.g., in regions near or in ventricles). Additionally, choosing Lorentzian or Gaussian as the model function would not accurately represent the line shape of the spectral peaks in a magnitude spectrum. The convolution difference method (Ack- erman et al 1980) is very effective in removing relatively broad underlying peaks, but this method also should be avoided because the appropriate line-broadening factor is subjective and the amount of signal subtracted also is dependent on the spectral line width, which may vary between subjects. Al- ternatively, one can quantify the data in the time domain by omitting the first several data points of the FID (i.e., the signal from the rapidly decaying component attributing to the broader underlying peaks; Stanley et al 1997). As a result, the fitting will have no influence from the broad underlying signal, which can also be quantified with this method.
The children have different toys to play. Diana has a barbie doll. She likes to play with it everyday after school. The sons, Doni and Chandra have their own toys. Doni has marbles. He plays the marbles with his classmates. 1 1. How many children do MrandMrs. Wahyu have ?