A country with a history of corruption and bribery has made great efforts via education and prosecution to conduct government business in an open and fair way. The country has made considerable progress. As part of its reform, the country overhauled its visa procedures for foreigners wanting to live in the country. In the previous corrupt environment, people with money would secretly pay off a government employee to have their visa application approved quickly, while other visa applications took much longer. Now the government has made the application procedure transparent and established a new procedure in law. The new procedure offers two visa tracks, the “Regular Track”, which does not require any payment, and the “Premium Track”, which requires a US $10,000 payment. The Regular Track takes just as long to process a visa application as an application without a bribe took before the reforms. The Premium Track moves along just as quickly as a visa application with a bribe took before the reforms. Most people wanting to immigrate to the country cannot afford the Premium Track.
Q1. What are the issues of integrity, ethics and law posed in the case study? (150 -200 words).
Q2. What options does the country have, and what should it do and why? (100 -150 Words).
b. The link to a culture other than “American” culture with this dance would be some African social dances which could involve the bending of knees and curved spines. They can also involve percussion and improv, much like Hip-hop dances. Koroso dance can be somewhat related to hip-hop in that involves highly acrobatic and difficult shapes, friendly competition dance, and is usually performed by younger dancers. c. Compared to the youth of my parents’ generation during the 1970s, there are some similarities and differences. Their disco-style dance became popular on TV shows of the day just like hip-hop does now. It allowed for unique creativity and expression as it was often situational, so dancers would invent their own moves as the music kept playing. One way that disco dancing differs from hip-hop is that disco dancers wore extremely funky and glamorous clothing. Disco dancing also tended to be more centered towards expanding freedoms, and it was also a time where drug abuse and promiscuity hit an all-time high. Part 2: Mary Wigman is one of the founders of German expressionistic modern dance (concert dance) and she was inspired by the Sufi Dance. When she was going through a time of great despair, she noticed the movements she made in this time. It allowed her to express her emotions and worries through sways, contractions, contortions, and pulses. Her choreography was created by “feeling through” or using the sensitive human body. Gabrielle Roth created modern day ecstasy dance as a way to help soul searchers find the true essence of self. It’s a trance dance with a moving meditation that consists of a process of 5 rhythms in which each of them have their own unique properties. They are called flowing, staccato, chaos, lyrical, and stillness. To her, it is all about enter a different state of consciousness that opens a greater expression of the true self. Lynn Wood developed a practice called Conscious Movement Process Work. Her purpose for this is to get rid of blocked energy from negative experiences. She indicates that it involves listening to the body and recognizing negative trends in order to smash them and replace them with more positive patterns.>GET ANSWER