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This causes health problems among the non-smokers. This move has been beneficial in several ways such as deterring the behaviour of smoking. For instance, the U.K has seen a substantial reduction in the number of smokers. The quest to raise awareness on the seriousness of smoking has resulted to smokers in U.S and U.K being viewed as social pariahs, which is in contrary to Hong Kong although all countries have experienced substantial reduction in the number of smokers.
Particularly, according to statistical data, the number of adult smokers in the U.K went down by approximately one million between 2006 and 2007 (Easton, 2009). However, contrary to this observation, the number of heavy smokers has increased to 29% from 24% during the same period and those who planned to quit reduced by approximately 5% from 72% (Easton, 2009). The fall represents an estimated 1.2 million people. The U.K also required the manufacturers to print health warnings on the cigarette packs in the attempt to deter people from smoking. According to the most recent statistics, the U.K has 22% and 19% male and female smokers respectively. Although the U.K has approximately 10 million smokers, there are 15 million ex-smokers indicating that the ban has been effective (Smoking Statistics, 2013). Nevertheless, the U.K has been receiving some troubling news concerning the number of children starting smoking, which stood at 200,000 annually (Cancer Research UK, 2013). On the other hand, the U.S has more smokers than the U.K. According to a 2012 statistic, the U.S has at least 42 million smokers, which represents 18.1% of the overall population (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014a, p. 30-32). This number comprises of adults alone or individuals with at least 18 years of age. Of the overall U.S smokers, 78% were heavy smokers. According to race, the American Indians led the smokers with 21% and the behaviour is more common among the
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New contract (job security will persist to weaken in significance and will be substituted by the goal of employability) in which continuous learning and identity change is replaced over the traditional psychological contract in which an employee entered a firm, work hard, performed well and committed and thus received ever greater reward and greater job security .
The author says that the poet is comparing life to a crystal stairway. Life for the mother has not been easy, as opposed to a crystal stairway where one can see where one is going at all times. Rather life has been rather difficult and there were times when she was not sure that the results of her efforts would be successful.
This creates a lack of difference between words such as ham and harm (Katalin & Berces, 2008, p. 91). Alternatively, Jamaicans have a semi-rhotic accent. More obvious distinctions concern philological objects unfamiliar to every variable that defines British English linguistics.
It they are not developed enough, then the reader is left wanting more and questioning the true role that the character has in the context of the theme of the story. Readers want to identify with the characters in their favorite story. They want to feel their pain and rejoice in their triumphs.
Although such an attempt involves a greater and more involved reading and understanding of Poe's fiction, the result of any such endeavor itself is more than just ordinary recompense. Therefore, the analysis of the fiction by Poe confirms that there is tremendous scope for a Freudian psychological interpretation of the various elements in most of his short stories.
I came to the United States as an international student. English is my second language. Writing an essay is always a difficult task for me. The way we write an essay here is totally different from the way did it in my country. For instance, in my home country, Vietnam, an essay never allows personal experience, examples, or testimony.
asked, no individual can account or explain all activities they will engage in and how they will react to everything they face on a day to day basis.
However, what can be done with regards to one’s feelings is that they can be anticipated. When one receives a gift, others
y referred to as a “worker”) and an “employer” for whom the “employee” performs work under certain conditions in return for remuneration (The Employment Relationship: Fifth Item on the Agenda 2005, p. 3). The interference of the Australian government in the