Can you please help me figure out a deeper meaning for "society will judge people and it will affect their future" for ex: "sometimes the most valuable lessons are learned by breaking the rules" Childhood is the time to break

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  1. English 9 A

    Multiple Choice Read each sentence and determine how to correct it. Musicologists study the history of music and analyze its meaning to society. A. Musicologists study the history of music, and analyze its meaning to society. B. Musicologists study the

  2. History

    The rule of law, established by Hammurabi, was the idea that a.) different laws apply to people of different social ranking b.) all members of society, even the rich and powerful, must obey the law c.) there is no difference between civil and criminal law

  3. English

    12)How would a book written by an anthropologist about an indigenous group of people be different from an autobiography of one of the people's elders? 13)Explain the difference between figurative meaning and literal meaning. Then, give an example of each.

  4. English

    What is the meaning of a text that is something other than, or beyond, its literal meaning? denotative meaning explicit meaning** figurative meaning literary meaning

  5. English

    What is it called when you find the exact meaning of a word or phrase based on its dictionary definition? literal meaning****** familiar meaning technical meaning literary meaning

  6. English PLEASE!!!

    A thermostat is a device used to adjust the temperature indoors. Which of the following explanations best interprets the author's intended meaning in the bolded words in following sentence? "The Church was a thermostat that transformed the mores of

  7. English help - Somebody please

    Modernist writers were most concerned with an individual's A. relationship with nature B. responsibilities' to society C. upholding of traditional values D. attempts to find meaning in life I think it is B - but it could be D?? Seems like Modernists talk a

  8. English

    In The Importance of Being Earnest, Jack and Algernon clearly have a preoccupation with food. In this lesson, you explored the deeper meaning of this preoccupation. Using what you learned in this lesson and what you have read in the text, discuss how food

  9. English

    What is it called when you find the exact meaning of a word or phrase based on its dictionary definition? (1 point) a.technical meaning b.literary meaning c.literal meaning d.familiar meaning

  10. american goverment check answers

    9. What criteria might a judge who abides by a philosophy of judicial restraint use to decide a case? (1 point) The judge would consider previous court decisions on the topic but ultimately consider the current circumstances and changes in society. The

  11. To MS SUE

    ''Without the English civil war, democracy would have never developed.'' No one would have been able to asert changes at all. No one would have been able to make their own decisions/rights. Everything would have happened accordingly by king, and the king

  12. Criminology

    What is the focus of strain theory? the strain that hostile environments put on a person’s nervous system, increasing their aggression the strain people feel when they feel uninvolved and isolated from their communities the strain society experiences

  13. English

    They walk into a meeting. 'Camerfield for judge!' shout the people on the left. 'Mandiboy for judge!' shout the people on the right. Thenthey start fighting..... ------------------------- What is happening in the passage above? Who is 'Camerfield' and who

  14. Reading and language

    Choose by Carl Sandburg The single clenched fist lifted and ready,Or the open asking hand held out and waiting.Choose:For we meet by one or the other. What is literally happening in the poem? A.a person is deciding whether to to be open to other humans

  15. Communication Theory

    What shapes our perceptions more biology or society? I would say society because we are exposed to so many things in every direction on a daily basis. For example, the media and people impact our perceptions. What would you say and why? Thanks!

  16. a

    Which of the following is true regarding senatorial courtesy? (Points : 1) An individual who wants to be a district court judge would contact the President to ask for an appointment. The President defers to the senator of the state where the district court

  17. government

    When a trial has not jury but rather only a judge hearing and deciding the case, this is called a _______________________. (Like Judge Judy)

  18. English

    A thermostat is a device used to adjust the temperature indoors. Which of the following explanations best interprets the author's intended meaning in the bolded words in following sentence? "The Church was a thermostat that transformed the mores of

  19. English 9th grade

    Which of the following explanations best interprets the author's intended meaning in the bolded words in following sentence? The Church was a thermostat that transformed the mores of society." The church was a thermostat is bolded ANSWER CHOICES: 1.)

  20. English

    1. You can reach anyone all over the world. 2. You can get in touch with anyone all over the world. (Are both the same? What is the meaing of 'reaach' in Sentence 1?) 3. Probably he will come. 4. Possibly he will come. 5. Maybe he will come. (What is the

  21. English

    How does Jordan define the term soul force in "All Together Now"? people working on a small scale to create a tolerant society people getting together to pray for tolerance and harmony people working together to build homes for the poor people volunteering

  22. English

    Can you please check if the following definitions are possible? Thank you 1)The iamb is an unstress-stress pattern like the word "upon". 2) The anapaest is the unstress-unstress-stress pattern. 3)The oxymoron is a figure of speech in which two

  23. Sociology

    I have already answered these questions but I am a little uneasy of the answers. Could someone please read them and provide feedback and if possible a little more detail for explainations? Q: What is the meaning of stratified? A: To classify or separate

  24. MATHS

    Problem 1. [24 points] Translate the following sentences from English to predicate logic. The domain that you are working over is X, the set of people. You may use the functions S(x), meaning that “x has been a student of 6.042,” A(x), meaning that

  25. English

    In The Importance of Being Earnest, Jack and Algernon clearly have a preoccupation with food. In this lesson, you explored the deeper meaning of this preoccupation. Using what you learned in this lesson and what you have read in the text, discuss how food

  26. Social Studies

    I have to define the meaning of liberty. I know the basics of what it means, but I need some help to make it deeper.

  27. English

    Does anyone know whether the book "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho have a deeper meaning that "Listening to your heart and following your dreams"? Thank you :)

  28. English

    Can you please tell me what this means?I don't understand it at all. Thank you for your help. I hate this type of literature. Modernism is that if everything is based on perception, then history is false; therefore the society emerges from that history is

  29. English

    Hello. Please help me with the use of the word "judge". The dictionary defines one of its meaning as "to criticize", but somehow I feel it does not suit the following contex or am I wrong? "The Russian parliament yesterday adopted an anti-gay law. The EU

  30. English

    I'm sorry, I just need a subject suggestion for an English Essay. It's a definition essay for my college English 1A class. The topic is, "A word which has changed in meaning and what the change shows about society." I am not asking for you to tell me what

  31. language arts

    6. Poets use imagery and words with different connotations and denotations. In a paragraph, define and provide an example of imagery, connotation, and denotation. Then, explain how poets use these. Does this fit the criteria The imagery in a poem is a

  32. english

    What is the deeper meaning of the poem, "A Lover" by Amy Lowell? This is her poem: "If I could catch the green lantern of the firefly I could see to write you a letter."

  33. Criminal Justice

    Name the key participants in both criminal and civil courtroom Defendant, prosecuter, judge How would you summarize the historical role of law enforcement in society?

  34. History

    4.)In contrast to the conversion practiced by Charles Finney at revivals, Phoebe Palmer believed which of the following? A.)Conversation is personal & calm, but faith need not play an active role in one's life. B.)Conversion is public & energetic, but

  35. science

    A rectangular barge floats in freshwater. When a 400 kg block is loaded on the 5 m long by 2 m wide barge, the barge sinks a few centimeters deeper. How much deeper does the barge lower?

  36. Question

    How many AP classes do I have to take in order to make it to Ivy League. Please do not judge this is a very curious question. All you have to do is tell me the number of ap's i have to take and why? DO NOT JUDGE!!!!

  37. civics

    Which of the following do we call a Supreme Court judge who uses his or her power to create new law? A. judicial activist B. legislative judge C. strict constitutionalist D. loose constitutionalist I think its either judicial activist or a legislative

  38. Health Information

    What is the best answer to this question. I have read, and read many times and can't figure it out. Please help! Judge Jones is hearing a motion to order release of substance abuse records pursuant to a subpoena. The hearing: A. must be in open court

  39. English

    Can you please help me figure out a deeper meaning for "society will judge people and it will affect their future" for ex: "sometimes the most valuable lessons are learned by breaking the rules" Childhood is the time to break rules and learn valuable

  40. english1A- Need help with my argument/thesis

    This is my introduction... Gender Myths Some people wear earrings, others do not. Some people wear nail polish, while others do not. Whatever the case is, there are some people, whether male or female, who dress a certain way, either get mistaken for the

  41. english1A - argument/these

    Oh shoot. I keep forgetting to change my Word document to a text document. for some reason it doesn't post here if I don't. My introduction... let's see if this works. Gender myths Some people wear earrings, others do not. Some people wear nail polish,

  42. English

    Sorry. I would like you to help me rephrase 2) because I'm not sure about its meaning. Thank you.I included a sentence for you to check. 1) I knew I shouldn't have left the apartment /I knew I should've stayed in watching TV/ If I'd looked at the moon and

  43. English1A - need help on argument/thesis

    Can someone help me with my argument/thesis? My introduction... let's see if this works. Gender myths Some people wear earrings, others do not. Some people wear nail polish, while others do not. Whatever the case is, there are some people, whether male or

  44. World History

    "A hierarchial society was only possible on a basis of poverty and ignorance." - From George Orwell's 1984 My first thought for the meaning of this quote was that a leveled society (low-med-high "class") would only be established by the poor and ignorant

  45. English

    Working on a research paper and I decided my topic is drinking and driving. I need to go deeper since my prof doesn't just want us to simply "tell her stuff" as in it can't be a list. So I'm thinking of either talking about deeper issues like Punishment

  46. government

    The Missouri Plan calls for the governor to appoint all the judges in a state. Each new judge serves until election time. What happens to the judge at election time? A. The judge reports to Missouri for more training. B. The judge must win voter approval

  47. English

    I've chosen five sentences but I hope the other were possible.Thank you. 1) What are people intolerant about (is "of" also possible)? They are intolerant about the color of the skin, religion and clothes. 2) In the past, she got hurt (is "offended"

  48. English

    Could you check these few sentences, please? Thank you. 1) What are people intolerant about (is "of" also possible)? 2)They are intolerant about the color of the skin, religion and clothes. 3) They are prejudiced against people of other religions. 4) In

  49. English

    Which option best describes a main idea of "Kuba Khan" Society tends to fear creative people Creative people are welcome in society Society tends to love creative people< Hail is a problem in many societies

  50. math

    i have a big math quiz today on these terms plz help me meaning of a ratio that compares two quantities measured in different units meaning of the rate for one unit of a given quantity meaning of found by multiplying the denominator of one ratio by the

  51. English

    1. The judge slowly took out three gold coins from his pocket. 2. The judge slowly put in three gold coins in/into his pocket. (Is #2 correct as the opposite meaning of #2? Can we use both 'in' and 'into'?) 3. The public prosecutor accused the criminal,

  52. English

    1. The judge slowly took out three gold coins from his pocket. 2. The judge slowly put in three gold coins in/into his pocket. (Is #2 correct as the opposite meaning of #2? Can we use both 'in' and 'into'?) 3. The public prosecutor accused the criminal,

  53. English

    Posted by rfvv on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 9:20pm. 1. He called the judge. 2. He shout to the judge. 3. He made a phone call to the judge. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?) •English - Ms. Sue, Friday, October 26, 2012 at 9:23pm 1 and 3 are the same. In 2,

  54. ENGLISH

    For my analyzing media essay I will be writing about the topic of law, as I was assigned it in class. I want to write about how society sets its own predetermined laws for everyone to follow but sometimes certain people disobey the common norms to hide

  55. English

    My assignment calls for a review of a movie or television show that tells us about the society in which we live. It must address the big-picture issues, not just the quality of the work. Could you tell me what you think about what I have written? Any

  56. English

    1. He called the judge. 2. He shout to the judge. 3. He made a phone call to the judge. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

  57. English & Composition!

    This is my conclusion to my surveillance essay. Can someone help me revise this or suggest any changes. I tried to make the conclusion as mature as possible to be a college/ university type of conclusion. Any further suggestions would be much appreciated.

  58. Communication Studies

    What is a movie that shows an example of gender miscommunication? Are these characters on the margins of society, as depicted in the film, or are portrayed in a stereotyped way or as people who can be more honest because they are "marginal" people, those

  59. english1A - still working on my thesis

    I have a couple. If society would realize the true meaning of success and take advantage of opportunities available to them, they would know that with enough determination and motivation, dreams are definitely possible. Society not only needs to realize

  60. English

    Hello. Will you please help me with the word "judge"? Do you think it's possible to say:"The EU has judged this decision (or law)" (meaning: 'condemned, criticized')? Thank you for your help.

  61. Education/College

    The role of education is society.... What types of educational opportunities were available to people in a global society? Do people need education in a Global society? What types? Why or Why not? What is the role of education in society today? What is it

  62. Writng and imaging

    I need a picture to represent these thing but its confusing. 1) Society 2) Being Chosen 3) Being Judge or Characterized by race or money

  63. Correct my essay please!

    Should people judge children’s job choices? By Rylie Demers Job careers are talked about all throughout a child’s life, but should you try to judge their career choice and persuade them to another? There is no doubt that children are easily persuaded

  64. Literature

    'Identify the issue one writer discusses, and then describe the general public's view is and what the writer's view is.' Story: Darkness At Noon Issue: People always judge disabled people, and think they can't work General Public's View: The general public

  65. RE: English

    This is from my question I posted earlier: What is the corruption Ronald Reagan is hiding in his Berlin Wall speech? What is the bad thing he's hiding? After reading the speech, I can only conclude that Reagan want to rally the people of West Berlin to

  66. RE: English

    This is from my question I posted earlier: What is the corruption Ronald Reagan is hiding in his Berlin Wall speech? What is the bad thing he's hiding? After reading the speech, I can only conclude that Reagan want to rally the people of West Berlin to

  67. English (Check)

    The title of my project says it all.. Women are most effected by the issues. The women right movement have been going on ever since the 1800’s. The natural rights for women should mean them getting equal pay, getting the same job as a man and women not

  68. English

    Need help with Synecdoche is a "figure of speech" in which a part is used for a whole, or the reverse. Please help with the following especially with School and Hand. This is what I have so far. Thanks! 1) Jackson has a strong arm: Meaning is, Throws well?

  69. English

    Look at the big picture, how many people are there? There are about 8 people. The people are members of a jury. They are talking about a criminal case, I think. In front of them, we can see a judge and a prosecutor. The bottom left picture is the supreme

  70. reading

    In 1984 by George Orwell, what do the 3 slogans (war is peace, ignorance is strength, freedom is slavery) mean? I would like to know what EACH suggests about the society. And how is the society able to get people to accept them as logical. I was thinking

  71. sociology

    Imagine a society in which there are no social classes-no differences in people's wealth, income, and life chances. What would such a society be like?

  72. Anthropology

    In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United

  73. college application short response

    Deadline tonight, please help!!!! Thanks. C.Please explain which of the following you would prefer and why: the opportunity to take a wide range of courses across a range of disciplines including the sciences, social sciences and humanities, or the

  74. math

    i have two two judges convicting a robberer judge a mean is 33.0 and standard deviation is 2.0. judge b has a mean of 30.0 and a standard deviation of 8.1. which judge would the robber want to sentence?

  75. English - Analysis of quotation

    I need help analysing a quote for an English assignment but I can't find the deeper meaning: "Day of wrath, that day of burning, Seer and Sibyl speak concerning, All the world to ashes turning." ~ Abraham Coles I would be very grateful if someone could

  76. Microeconomics

    On one society A the price of an apple is $3 and the price of an orange is $7, while on socity B the apple and orange are the same price, $4. society A people consume 10 apples and 8 oranges while societyB people consume 8 apples and 12 oranges. Which

  77. Ethics, Please HELP

    What do labeling theorists say about the treatment of the disabled by society? Be sure to address, and give examples of, overt and covert ways that society labels people with disabilities.

  78. English

    Can you pleae tell me which alternatives are possible? Thank you very much. 1, They believed a person (better: the individual) should be free from external rules. 2.The Romanics exalted the individual as the centre of life and art.This led to the view of

  79. English, psychology

    What are the cultural norms for the following: Individual rights vs the rights of society - There are more right for individual and rights of society. People can say whatever they want, even if it means to insult someone. People have rights to pursue their

  80. World History

    Can you check my answer: Question: What were the key events that shaped Plato's beliefs? My answer: Plato was influenced by Socrates to search for the meaning of life. But after Socrates was executed Plato focused on how society would bring out the best in

  81. physics

    A rectangular barge floats in freshwater. When a 400 kg block is loaded on the 5 m long by 2 m wide barge, the barge sinks a few centimeters deeper. How much deeper does the barge lower?

  82. Cultural Anthropology 101

    Ethnocentrism refers to: (Points : 1) the need to focus on another society’s problems. the judging of another culture in terms of your own. ***the view that your own society is inferior to others. the view that people’s ideal behavior is better than

  83. LA Writing

    Can somebody score my 200word essay? Its not exactly 200 words. What it means to be successful Being successful has a different meaning to everyone. One would think that this is a very important thing in life. People strive for success, but not everyone

  84. College sociology

    Why do sociologists claim their knowledge is better than common views of society and society issues? How would a sociologisy most likely respond to someone who says " The facts speak for themselves". Statement A or B and support your answer. A. Because

  85. adult education

    Can some please help. Many judes in the criminal court system are not only overworked. but must cntend with the worst society. How does the role and responsibility of a judge differ in a rel-life courtroom as opposed to the mistiqe portrayed in the movies

  86. CIMIANL JUSTICE

    Many judges in the criminal court system are not only overworked, but also must contend with the worst of society. How does the role and responsibility of a judge differ in a real-life courtroom as opposed to the mystique portrayed in the movies or on

  87. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

    Many judges in the criminal court system are not only overworked, but also must contend with the worst of society. How does the role and responsibility of a judge differ in a real-life courtroom as opposed to the mystique portrayed in the movies or on

  88. English1A- Critical Thinking and Writing

    Hi Miss Sue or anyone else. How is my introduction so for for my argumentative essay on Race and Culture? Society plays a big role on race and culture. Whether a person is black or white, Asian or Hispanic, there will always be that someone who will look

  89. politics

    1.The elites in a society: a.are those with college degrees. b.must be locally elected officials. c.are software designers and computer engineers. d.are the people who get a disproportionately large part of the society's valued resources. D ?

  90. language

    can you please correct my personifitcation poem? please? for any mistakes?? thank you! The Wild River The river breaths heavily It is fast and mean The river is strong And swallows all the leaves. The river is a stealer As it snatches the pebbles Then

  91. English

    we have to write and present a drama script about 'marginalization' for example homeless people are left out of the society. those with disabilities and those young people under 25 who care for their relatives. they are all positioned outside of the great

  92. English

    1. Your voice is deeper than before. (What is the opposite of 'deeper'?) 2. You have a deep bass voice. 3. You have a soprano voice. 4. You have a tenor voice. (Are they all grammatical? Do you have some more expressions?)

  93. CRIMINAL JUSTICE OPINION

    Many judges in the criminal court system are not only overworked, but also must contend with the worst of society. How does the role and responsibility of a judge differ in a real-life courtroom as opposed to the mystique portrayed in the movies or on

  94. English

    Golding says that the story is about the problem of evil and the problem of how people are to live together in society. To maintain a focus on this problem, he excluded girls from the story. Golding says, "Sex would have raised its lovely head." What's

  95. English

    Look at the big picture, how many people are there? There are about 8 people. The people are members of a jury. They are talking about a criminal case, I think. In front of them, we can see a judge and a prosecutor. The bottom left picture is the supreme

  96. Literature

    Hello! I have an essay due soon, and I need some help with my thesis statement. I haven't written an essay for a few years so if someone can critique and comment on the thesis it would help out a lot. Thanks! Here it is: Although some might argue that

  97. Sociology

    One of the primary differences between the study of Society done by the people of ancient civilizations and the study of society conducted by sociologists 19th century was what?

  98. english

    i am looking for the main topic in this paragraph would it be In society today more and more people are making the wrong choices to protect their wellbeing and overall health. In society today more and more people are making the wrong choices to protect

  99. Communication Studies

    What shapes our perceptions more biology or society? I would say society because we are exposed to so many things in every direction on a daily basis. For example, the media and people impact our perceptions. What would you say and why? Thanks!

  100. sociology

    People who choose to remain childfree are often stigmatized by society. Why are they stigmatized by society. what are the cultural and structural factors.

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