Models Essays

Models Reflect Supra Formal Realities

Religion has been there since time immemorial and sacred art is one expression of its existence. Sacred art is defined as imagery intended to raise the mind to what is spiritual or to what is divine. We say something is sacred, basing it from how the article went, when an object is related to religion, and that when it is something that is greatly connected to faith and even redemption. The article written by Titus Burckhardt entitled β€˜The Universality of…

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The Burkean Parlor

In an ideal world, a Burkean Parlor writing center, whether the collaborative type or in its own pure or hybrid form should be capable of seamlessly merging with the control kind and even harmlessly synthesized with the Storehouse and Garret models. In contrast with the pure Storehouse and Garret models, or the individual and the exterior genre, a Burkean Parlor is dreamed to be an open-ended knowledge center where there is individuality of the genius as there are collaborative knowledge…

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Due Process Models

The existence of a political body can be framed on account the need to regulate human actions. Just the same, the force of criminal process is in place to protect the society from malicious intents of erring individuals. Two models of criminal process – the Crime Control and Due Process – therefore merit attention in this discussion. On the one hand, Crime Control emphasizes swift action undertaken to remedy crisis situations. On the other hand, Due Process underscores the need…

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The Due Process and Offender Supervision Models

The criminal justice system has been described on various models for dealing with offenders. According to Herbert Packer’s “Two Models of the Criminal Process” in 1964, he described the criminal justice process in the US as a result of the struggle between the two models or value systems. These two are the crime control model and the due process model. These two differs in their approach in dealing with offenders. The crime control model was described like that of the…

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Economic Development Models

Different economic development models have been the product of theorizing from various economic and political contexts. With regards to underdevelopment, the dependency model was chosen for discussion in this paper because the model itself was developed from the experience of underdeveloped countries. The experiences of the Philippines and Venezuela were selected for comparison and contrast because of their relationship to one developed country – the United States where the former is a loyal ally and the latter is presently an…

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