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Essay973 Words / ~ pages Tabellen Tijdstip 1 Tijdstip 2 SF-36 Fysiek component: Fysiek functioneren Rol-fysiek functioneren Lichamelijke pijn Algemene gezondheidsto­estan­d Totale PCS Mentale component: Mentale gezondheid Rol-emotionee­l Sociaal functioneren Vitaliteit Totale MCS 52,9 35,0 42,2 42,9 47,4 49,1 35,4 23,7 36,8 31,0 100,0 50,0 62,0 67,0 49,4 60,0 75,0 66,7 64,0 44,2 NEO-FFI Neuroticisme Extraversie Openheid Altruïsme Conscientieus­heid 7 2 7 8 4 7 2 7 7 7 CI20R Subjectief gevoel van moeheid Concentratie Motivatie Activiteit 40 21 19 11 22 13 16 8 Causale Attributie lijst Lichamelijke attributies Niet-lichamel­ijke (psychologisc­he) attributies 10 16 13 9 SES 21 21 Voor het vak Gezondheidsps­ychol­ogie hebben de studenten de opdracht gekregen om een ongezond gedrag aan te passen gedurende drie weken. In dit geval heeft de…[show more]
Essay580 Words / ~1 page “Of Mice and Men” – Curley and Lennie conflicts Throughout the novel “Of Mice and Men” (John Steinbeck), Lennie, a mentally challenged but strong migrant worker coming to work on a farm with his “non-handicap­ped­” friend George, and Curley, the son of the farm’s boss, get into conflict on multiple occasions. The first notable conflict between Lennie and Curley occurs at around a quarter of the novel, when Lennie and George have just arrived at the farm. After briefly being introduced to their new home by Candy, Lennie and George meet Curley. Not liking the concept of seeing a bigger and stronger man than him working on his father’s farm, Curley starts provoking Lennie, not getting any reaction in response. This first small conflict already gives us an idea of how the Lennie-Curley relationship is going to be in the rest of the novel.…[show more]
Summary1.463 Words / ~6 pages Summary: Market Structures, Labour Market & GDP Economics Exam - Revision Market Structures Perfect Competition -Only a model, does not exist-Market with large scale competition-M­ust have many small buyers and sellers, no major market share -> no market power-No barriers to entry or exit (no cost)-Perfect information and similar technology -> No advantage in the medium or long term-No brand differentiati­on (identical products) -> No advertising-A­lloca­tive (AR=MR) and Productive (AR=MC) inefficiency -Normal Profit -> maximize consumer utility -> not enough profit for research Monopolistic Competition -Has elements of both perfect competition and monopoly-Many small competing firms, low barriers to entry, many buyers and sellers-No perfect information -Brand differentiati­on -> brand loyalty -> “mini…[show more]
Presentation1.783 Words / ~4 pages Italy as a totalitarian state Mussolinis fascist Italy was an absolute totalitarian state. Per definition, Totalitariani­sm is a government that controls all aspects of life, from the actions people to their thoughts. These regimes make use of propaganda, a secret police, terror and a strong political party. Mussolini changed Italy by adopting a single ideology, which is a set of political beliefs that everyone must follow, climbing to power and becoming a dictator, controlling all means of communication by the use of propaganda, creating terror trough the use a secret police and the army and he also set up central control over Italys economy. Ultimately he created a nearly perfect Totalitarian State which he alone could rule over. Italy post World War 1 had been going trough political divisions due to the incompetence of the…[show more]
Essay902 Words / ~ pages Year: 7 E Mrs. McKevitt Critical Commentary: “A Room of One’s Own” The extract of: “A Room of One’s Own” on page 56 written by Virginia Woolf in 1928, emphasizes how much women are hindered and how many obstacles they were faced with when composing fiction. Virginia Woolf gives multiple examples of men who mutilate women and indoctrinate them into thinking that composing fiction is not the correct domain for them. The extract includes 4 paragraphs and are the last in chapter 3. In the first paragraph Virginia Woolf uses statements of several influential men in order to convey how insignificant women are in the domain of writing and composing. Woolf quotes both Nick Greene and Dr. Johnson of their dictum concerning women in music: “ Sir, a woman’s composing is like a dog walking on his hind legs.”, this quotation is used to mock a woman’s…[show more]






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