How immense must the destruction of Hiroshima been for the EnolaGay‟s crew to have been able to see it?
The pilots of the Enola Gay were tasked with dropping the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. After dropping the bomb and beginning to fly away the pilots report seeing the mushroom cloud rise from the target city. The 4 square miles from the impact point was complete devastation with nothing left remaining. The weeks following found radiation poisoning to be the cause of many more deaths in addition to those killed in the initial impact.
Why do the behavior of males and females different
Girls Mature quicker than Males and they act and think different so there behavior is more mature than males.
testosterone as male have more they are more prone to aggressive outburst
All social interaction involves select one:a. verbalization. b. communication. c. vision. d. hearing.
b. communication because it covers all selections
Factors such as a sense of coherence and insight, moods, self-esteem, and coping ability involve:
Factors such as a sense of coherence and insight, moods, self-esteem, and coping ability are involved and part of the mental health. The term mental health denotes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Emotions, attitudes, and behaviors, weight and food define the mental health.
These factors are involved in the concept of Mental Health.
According to the World Health Organization, mental health is a state of well-being in which an individual is able to use his or her own abilities, recover from routine stress, be productive and contribute to their community. This state of well-being is related to many different factors, among which can be cited: sense of coherence and discernment, humor, self-esteem and coping ability.
Demand for a product is most likely to decrease because
Answer: A decrease in the number of buyers
And if there are less customers, and no one wants to purchase your stuff, you would have a greater supply but less demand for your products.
Changes in the prices of other goods
Societies with organic solidarity are more likely to use rehabilitative social sanctions than are those with mechanical solidarity. The reason for this is that the societies with organic solidarity ________.a. see some physical punishments as having the potential to change behavior
b. focus more on individuals and their specific circumstances
c. have a stronger emphasis on sameness and wish to make people more similar
d. understand that many crimes are related to drug and alcohol addiction
B. Focus more on individuals and their specific circumstances
Organic solidarity is a theory developed by Emile Durkheim which explains that it is the individual efforts of people that lead to a thriving society. Individuals, although different with their peculiarities contribute to growth through a network of interdependence.
Mechanical solidarity on the other hand attributes social cohesion to the sameness of individuals. Organic solidarity employs restitutive sanctions, while Mechanical solidarity employs repressive sanctions.
Organic solidarity, found in complex, modern societies, emphasizes the specifics of individual circumstances when it comes to social sanctions. They lean more toward rehabilitative social sanctions, with the aim for integrating individuals back into society.
The concept of organic solidarity and mechanical solidarity comes from the sociologist Émile Durkheim who used these terms to explain different types of societies. Organic solidarity is characteristic of modern, complex societies where people are interconnected through a web of different roles and professions. Such societies tend to have a greater emphasis on individuals and their specific circumstances, which informs their approach to social sanctions. Rehabilitative social sanctions are more common, as these societies understand that a punishment system needs to take into account the individual's unique circumstances, not just the act itself. These societies are generally interested in rehabilitating individuals and reintegrating them into society rather than simply punishing them.
Ashante stated that she was quite sure that she would have grades higher than most first-year students. She said she felt that she would be above average on most college activities she might consider joining as well. Her friends did not see her as being above average. This suggests Ashante may be showing which concept above?
People seem to just consider "average" to be 100. So, a score of 110 for a 12 year old girl is almost above average. Technically, you could say it is above average, but considering that "above average" usually means 120+ .... So I would say that is really good.