The vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority toward ecclesial movements

The Vigilance of Competent Ecclesiastical Authority toward Ecclesial Movements Chapter I: The vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority toward associations of the faithful through the ages Abstract The first chapter examines the development of ecclesiastical vigilance toward associations of the faithful in their Church life. The purpose of this undertaking is to surgically lay the groundwork for how vigilance as exercised by effective and competent ecclesiastical authority has been juridically relevant through the ages. First, the chapter deals with developments up to 1917, beginning with the earliest appearance of ecclesiastical vigilance over associations, known historically as...

Sternberg’s theories and corresponding studies

Sternberg's theories and corresponding studies Student Name Institution Theory of Successful Intelligence Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory (Sternberg, 1997), hypothesizes that for intelligence to be considered comprehensive, there has to be an interplay and balance between the three classifications of intelligence, namely, analytical, creative and practical abilities. Originally conceptualized as the Successful Intelligence theory, the three-fold view of intelligence as it is also referred, necessitates that one must acknowledge their strengths and learn to utilize them in such a way they eclipse their weaknesses. This should all be achieved while navigating through an unfamiliar environment and...

Social Activity and Effects on Depression in the Elderly

SOCIAL ACTIVITY AND EFFECTS ON DEPRESSION IN THE ELDERLYMethodology and methodThe qualitative method was preferred to quantitative for this systematic review due to the limitation of the data available and the design of the study. Regarding ethics, the study seeks a systematized review on only researched based literature that has made the standard ethical requirement. My sources of the review will be approved by the Institution Review Board to ascertain their ethical content and for ethical approval.Search strategyI designed search strategy to retrieve data from the original research published in English between 2008 and 2017 on the topic. The main concepts used were social activity and effects of...

Research methodology revised

Research Methodology Name Institute Research Methodology A systematic literature review will be used to complete this research. This involves the process of extracting information from previously concluded studies. To build on the already available information, research is always founded on previous findings. Analyzing previous research helps to determine possibilities of bias and therefore determine whether it is necessary to conduct more research in the same direction. The authors of this article intend to explore information in the environmental radiation protection field with the intention of establishing better methods of protecting workers from radiation exposure. Choosing the...

Literature Review on Language Variation

Literature Review on Language Variation Between any two speakers of a given language, there exists a type of variation in how the language is used between them. For instance, the variation may be demonstrated by the difference in linguistics by the sound, phonetically, or by the structure, grammatically. Holmes & Wilson (2017), in their book An introduction to sociolinguistics, say that in some cases, there might be slight variations, like in grammatical structure or in slight changes in pronunciations; which do not hinder intergroup interactions. The act of studying the relationship between society and language is, thus, referred to as sociolinguistics. The study of sociolinguistics is of great...

Literature Review- communicative language teaching method

Second Theme: Teachers Perception towards Communicative Language Teaching Student’s name Institution Second Theme: Teachers Perception towards Communicative Language Teaching Studies have revealed that different teachers exhibit positive and negative perceptions or attitudes towards the application of “communicative language learning” (CLT) in teaching linguistics. One of positive attitudes or perceptions depicted by teachers towards CLT is that the strategy improves the meaningfulness of teaching English (Mondale, 2012). This statement means that the levels of satisfaction among teachers using CLT to teach English increases. A recent study determined that teachers disregard the...

Impact of Globalization on Policing

Challenges Facing Policing of Illegal Immigrants in the UK Student’s name The Name of the Class (Course) Professor (Tutor) The Name of the School (University) The City and State where it is located The Date Findings and Discussion 5.0 Results 5.1 Introduction The chapter elaborates on the findings of the interview on the various police officers on the impact of globalisation on policing on illegal immigration. The interview reveals the challenges of enforcement officers in the United Kingdom (UK) face in policing over illegal immigration. The chapter elaborates on the factors influencing poor policing, discusses the challenges of policing illegal immigration, and provides critical...

health and safety policies in UK and Norway

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICIES IN EDUCATION By (Name) Course Professor Institution Date Abstract Disasters and mishaps are unexpected events that can stir people and societies at any period in time. Most tragedies are preventable, but the negligence or heedlessness of the affected individuals points to notable pains and complaints. Also, they occur in the workplace and severely harm the strength and vitality of the concerned parties. The purposes of this dissertation are to review the safety and welfare of all people involved and remain essential for an institution due to governing specifications. Also, it describes the legal setting for health and safety administration in education...

Diversity as a Business Asset

Author Tutor Course Date Diversity as a Business Asset Question 1 Diversity is increasingly becoming popular. According to the diversity report released by Apple in 2017, the company claims that half of its employees hired in the United States starting from July 2016 to July 2017 were from groups that were historically underrepresented, they include native Americas, the Hispanic, Black people, native Hawaiians and women (Kerr n.p.). One of the advantages of a diverse workforce is based on the aspect that it brings about various talents and a fast way of achieving common goals; this is as a result of increased problem-solving abilities. Different cultures present within a company translates...

Background of researcher’s work/studies

Theoretical Framework Diffuse Social Problem Solving Task Student Name Institution Theoretical Framework Introduction to Diffuse Social Problem Solving Task The theoretical framework for this study is derived from the work of Munro, a renowned influencer in the field of creativity and intelligence, who developed a new approach to gifted identification based on his understanding of gifted knowledge and learning and the characteristics displayed by gifted learners compared to non-gifted learners. This approach incorporates the philosophies of the (WICS) and the theory of successful intelligence. The identification tool is a problem-solving task that Munro refers to as a situational judgment...