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    Why it’s important to respect people property Respecting people property is very important. Some people are very touchy with their property ranging from things from bags to their homes and cars. It’s understandable because they spent a lot of money on that item. Some people care even if that item has lost its material value because they have developed a sentimental value or bond with it. Even if person does not care about their property you should always take great care and avoid any damage to

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    society. Then there are gestures‚ which usually do not mean the same thing from country to country. Other things that can cause conflict are religious rules‚ and general up bringing we get as children from our parents. In society we create norms that govern the way we are suppose to live‚ what should or shouldn’t be done. As you are raised in your culture‚ you naturally learn those rules and judge others if they don’t follow them. Not really understanding that they might not have been raised in that

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    purpose and benefits of respecting and supporting other people at work Assessment criteria The learner can: 1.1 Explain the purpose of supporting other people to work When you work within a team one of your main roles is to contribute to the team. Whilst contributing you need to keep in mind your objectives within the team and also the objectives within the whole company because although you may work in a team within your department you are also in a team amongst the people who work within the

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    Respecting a Child

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    Respecting and Valuing Children What is a value? Value is the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance; worth or usefulness of something‚ principles or standards of behaviour‚ judgement of what is important in life. Value is what: We are appreciated Is important for us We are respect everyone We believe We care about humans Children are like adults. We watch and analyse what is good and bad behaviour. As a child doesn’t have knowledge of what is good or bad

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    Respecting Elders

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    Respecting my elders‚ and everyone else‚ just comes natural to me‚ because when I was just a little girl‚ I was taught that I must always respect my elders‚ if I didn’t‚ I’d get a slap on my face by my parents. As I grew up‚ I came to realize the true meaning of the phrase‚ "respect your elders‚" and I agree fully with my mother’s teachings. I not only respected my elders‚ but I respected everyone around me. When I had my children‚ I taught them the same way my parents taught me‚ on how to respect

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    Respecting an NCO

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    Respecting a Non-Commissioned Officer Respect is defined as a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important or serious; and should be treated as so. A Non-Commissioned Officer is defined as a subordinate officer (such as a sergeant) in the army‚ air force‚ or marine corps appointed from among enlisted personnel. Noncommissioned officer has through his or hers experience‚ been placed in a position to lead‚ supervise and train soldiers. A Non-Commissioned Officer is a highly

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    How many people do you know who are exactly like you—who look like you‚ think like you‚ act like you? I know plenty of people who have similar characteristics as me and it turns out that most of them would‚happen to be women. Sure‚ there are people who share some of the same characteristics you have. About half of the world’s population is the same gender you are. Roughly one third of the world’s population is the same basic racial stock as you. Millions of people live in the same country you do

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    Happiness is something that everyone desires‚ however‚ everyone has a different perspective on what it is and how to find it. For many‚ happiness is elusive. These two articles‚ “Happiness is Other People” by Ruth Whippman for The New York Times and “The Secret to Deeper Happiness Is Simpler Than You Might Think” by Ginny Graves for Health‚ proposes two different paths to find happiness. Graves (2017) claims that happiness resides in the inner-self while Whippman (2017) disagrees and‚ instead‚ advocates

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    things from the presentation. Firstly‚ the Amish are peaceful people. They don’t involve themselves selves in wars and fights‚ secondly‚ their religion is Christianity. They take the rules of the Bible literally. For example‚ in the Bible it says men don’t shave their beards so they don’t shave their beards. Thirdly‚ the Amish can date‚ but their way of dating has to be disciplinal. For example‚ when they date‚ they don’t touch each other until they get married. Fourthly‚ Amish’s lifestyle is about

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    People hurt other people because they either don’t like them or they’re scared. Sometimes people hurt others because they don’t believe in the same gods as the rest of the country/state. Why? Because they feel that if they can get rid of one man who doesn’t respect the states/countries gods then they can stop anyone else from doing so. Take Socrates for example. Socrates was tried for “corrupting the youth” and “refusing to worship the gods of the state and introducing new deities”. They found him

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