As if the bush setting on the slopes of Mount Ainslie wasn already authentic enough, a big mob of kangaroos bounded past the clearing where we all (about 250 of us) were gathered for the Anzac Day Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Commemoration Ceremony. We didn see any echidnas but master of ceremonies Garth O swore he seen one there one Anzac Day and that it was a good place for snakes too. “They in bed.
Turn it in.”The reaction from some law enforcement stands in stark contrast to their muted response or support for police after other in custody fatalities. Sheriffs and police chiefs have strongly criticized the Minneapolis officer on social media and praised the city’s police chief for his quick dismissal of four officers at the scene. Some even called for them to be criminally charged.”I am deeply disturbed by the video of Mr.
Above all the changed social and political context in the UK and internationally supports the need to explore the complex processes involved in the representations and understandings of the role and practice of occupational therapists amongst other professionals (Reeves et al 2010).The limited recent literature examining general practitioners’ perceptions of occupational therapy, coupled with the major role GPs are set to take in determining the future of healthcare in England, suggests a need for more research into this topic. Accordingly, this article reports on a study which aimed to answer the following research question:How are occupational therapy and the link between health and occupation portrayed to general practitioners?Critical discourse analysis (CDA) is used by many researchers to understand the social and political influence of text or talk (Van Dijk 2011). CDA not only analyses text (which may be words or pictures), it also theorises on the social and cultural contexts in which texts are produced and interpreted.
Would we be as nonchalant about public surveillance cameras if the people watching the feeds were standing right next to us?Here’s where Glass wearers would (rightly) correct me: Unlike surveillance cameras, Glass isn’t recording all the time, and it’s fairly obvious when it is. So not only is Glass much less of a part of the “surveillance state” than it’s sometimes made out to be, but it’s actually a lot more transparent to the subject than almost any other kind of recording device, including cellphones (and this thing).”The way that i see it, at least in my experience using Glass, it’s not a device that you constantly have on record,” says Slocum. “You’re not just walking around with a constant feed.