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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this critically important talk, clinical psychologist Julia Rucklidge explores a range of scientific…
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Question by lexun_madz: the role of society in education?
social agencies and their role in education

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Answer by reddy_madhu_k
Dear ,

to days education system is linear to compare traditional education system.Today we all r having good communication we ponce in a palm.

Impotent points to improve Edi system

1.live the hi storey studding.
2.look for word to global events.
3.compare when u r going to learn how much it is help in u r life.
4.don’t dis guest the system.
5.chge u r fave subjects.

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Question by sarapham409: What role does education play in a pediatrician career choice?
i have to write an essay about the role of education in my career choice which is being a pediatrician but i dont get what im suppose to write about
like how my classes help my career or what?
or how important my education is needed for my career?
CAN SOMEBUDY HELP ME?!?!?! PLEASE!!!!

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Answer by eri
They’re probably asking what kind of education you need to be a pediatrician. That’s 4 years of of college (any major and the premed classes), 4 years of medical school, and 3 years of residency in pediatrics.

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Question by TK: How did religion play a crucial role in the lives of New England women?
How did religion play a crucial role in the lives of New England women?

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Answer by Nekhtet
This sounds like homework. Google is your friend.

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Question by Francesca: What role did religion play in persuading Americans to revolt against the British?
Was religion an important factor or no?

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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Answer by Virbutinsal
Religion wasnt a high influence more taxes and control was the influence for the revolution.

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Question by maddi: How does religion and democracy play a role in the United States today?
My question as stated above is how does religion and democracy play a role in the United States today. What I mean by this is how do they go “hand in hand” and make an effect on society today? One example I have is by the first ammendent. Freedom of religion, democracy is what gives us the freedom of religion. If you can think of any other topics on this subject that would be great.

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Answer by r1b1c*
It is proper of primitive people to believe in the supernatural, religion, a god, the afterlife and all that comes with it.

You can’t legislate ignorance out of existence, that can only come as the result of education, rational educated thinking people do not believe in such nonsense.

It is proper of enlightened people to live in a democracy were the will of the majority is the law of the land.

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Two of the main contenders for Egypt’s presidential election are or were affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood. Al Jazeera’s Sherine Tadros reports from the group’s stronghold of Beni Suef, to find out what impact religion is likely to have on the vote.

March 1989 www.amazon.com Watch the full lecture: thefilmarchived.blogspot.com Noam Chomsky is an Institute Professor and professor emeritus of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. freegovreports.com The goal of education, Chomsky argues, is to produce free human beings whose values are not accumulation and domination, but rather free association on terms of equality. Closing of the American Mind was published in 1987, five years after Bloom published an essay in The National Review about the failure of universities to serve the needs of students. With the encouragement of Saul Bellow, his colleague at the University of Chicago, he expanded his thoughts into a book “about a life, I’ve led” that critically reflected on the current state of higher education in American universities. His friends and admirers imagined the work would be a modest success, as did Bloom, who recognized his publishers modest advance to complete the project as a lack of sales confidence. Yet on the momentum of strong initial reviews, including one by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in the New York Times and an op-ed piece by syndicated conservative commentator George Will entitled “A How-To Book for the Independent” it became an unexpected best seller, eventually selling close to half a million copies in hardback and remaining at number one on the New York Times Non-fiction Best Seller list for four months.
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