Professor Stacey Joshua
Sep 13, 2010
Nothing can be accomplished without norms or standards.
With the development of the society, young people are getting more and more freedom, chasing the individuality. However, freedom is limited and relative. If there is too much freedom for the people, they will display of contempt for the fundamentals of order. In other worlds, a rich social institution needs to be governing by the laws and rules. Anyone who wants to survive in this society must agree and observe these norms. Supposing that everyone persists in their own way, it will result in social confusion. Every thing has a rule， state-owned national law, the home has a plan. The law is a fundamental of a country; the country can not be based on the world if they have no law at all. The plant is the basic of a family; the family plants guarantee the family members' happiness. In the article "Criteria, Norms and Standards of Quality: What Do They Mean?" the author Avedis Donabedian states, "In particular, the criteria of assessment often imply the general rules or norms that constitute goodness" (410). That is to say Donabedian, the president of the International Society for Quality in Health Care and honor the distinguished life contributions, also agreed that people obey the rules or norms can make our live standing in goodness and harmony. This situation not only happens to humans, but also happens to animals. As is known to all, birds are much disciplined. When they travel from place to place, they must fly in a very strict organization, either in a line or in a "V" shape. They continuously make their sound "ah...ah...ah..." while they were vastly follow their leader as stipulated in the migration routes. In the event that one of the birds leaves behind alone, it could be in danger. If the birds are so disciplined, as the most advanced creature, there is no reason that humans are undisciplined. In our social live, there are many things we...
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