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the Chinese and Spanish cultures on health care and since the subject is wide, I will limit the discussion to cultural beliefs, family life, diagnosis and treatment and religion and spiritualism. Chinese and Spanish Cultures on Health Care Cultural Beliefs on Healthcare The Chinese healthcare practices revolve around the belief of the connection between the human body and the environment. A healthy person has a balance between the two creating a ‘yin and yang’ effect around the qi life energy. In the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) healthcare is viewed from a holistic point, such that diagnosis and treatment of the patient is all about correcting the imbalance as opposed to just treating...

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the surroundings, and when taken from the cave he will behave differently. Another difference is the fact that the prisoner is more human than Euthyphro. Euthyphro goes to the extent of prosecuting his father on the charges of murder. He does not want to know the circumstances under which the victim died. However, it is clear that the prisoner thinks about the other inmates whom he left in the cave once he experiences the other life outside the cave (Plato and Cowley 85). Another difference is that Euthyphro is concerned about honors and glory. One of the reasons as to why he prosecutes his father because he wants to be glorified just as it was done by the people after Zeus killed his father (Biffle...

the two girls whispered to each other “We are all fools in love” Nevertheless, the two children conform to the adoration bestowed by their loving parents. This assertion is evident in this quote, “Her father, contented with laughing at them, would never exert himself to restrain the wild giddiness of his youngest daughters; and her mother, with manners so far from right herself, was entirely insensible of the evil”. Jane and Elizabeth face the same challenges as their mother wants them to be married to one of the richest bachelors in their village as a strategy towards rescuing them from poverty. Elizabeth though young looks smarter than Jane. She has the best criteria of choosing a...

their directors were. Works Cited BIBLIOGRAPHY Blake, Micheal. Dances with Wolves. Washington DC: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1988. Print. Bordwell, David and K Thompson. Film Art: An Introduction. New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, 2009. Print. Jameson, A D. "What Mise-en-scène Is and Why It Matters." IndieWire (2014): n.p. Website. Lathrop, G and D O Sutton. Elements of Mi-en-scene. Chicago: Penguin Books, 2014. Print. Smallbone, Chris. Film Review: Dances With Wolves. 12 October 2008. Website. 10 December...

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