Submit an original Analytical essay about Multiple Intelligences, Temperament, and Emotions. (every essay should have at least as many paragraphs as questions or items required in the assignment PLUS the intro and conclusion).
(1) specific features of MI Theory, Temperament, and Emotions, (answers WHAT?)
(2) explorations of how these three specific elements work to make up a person’s character, (answers HOW?) AND
(3) reasons for your claim(s) including specific evidence from Gardner, Keirsey, and other sources assigned in the weekly readings only
Ever since I was a child I have been concerned with poverty, not my own poverty, but that of others, especially in Third World or developing countries. This concern led me to develop a profound fascination with the study of economics, the inequality between developed and developing countries, in particular, and a search for creative directions in which to foster economic development on an international level. Now, I very much want to push ahead with this interest, studying towards a graduate degree in economics. I have chosen to apply to XXXX University for several reasons, especially the renown of the faculty for exploring questions of economic development in creative ways. I am also especially attracted to the highly international character of this university, along with its cosmopolitan location near the heart of Los Angeles. I have long been interested in international economics and international relations because my life has been always affected by them. While in junior high school, I had a chance to visit North Korea for three months for a music/performing arts exchange. Although I stayed in Pyong Yang, the capital of North Korea, I witnessed great poverty-many local people wearing ragged clothes, and very thin malnourished children searching for food in the streets. All information was totally controlled by the government and people do not have economic and political freedom. I was so shocked by the disparity in North Korea and by the large gap between the living conditions in Japan. During my freshman year in university in Japan, I participated in a two-week summer school program at XXXX University in Thailand. Although the political and economic structure of Thailand is more open to the rest of the world than North Korea, economy has not developed as other Asian countries such as Japan, China and South Korea. While visiting a “HOYA” factory, which is one of the major firms for the lenses, I learned that such factories had recently greatly expanded by developed countries through the exploitation of third world countries. It is time for us to reconsider our economic system and renovate the alternative methods of economic development. While in undergraduate, I had a great opportunity to present my research on sex trafficking at the annual spring symposium. A great number of women in the third world countries are engaged in human trafficking (human trading) and sex industry as their ultimate means to survive and protect their families. Due to the ineffective national economic policy and international economic regulations established on behalf of the developed countries, poverty issue has not been alleviated. As economic discrepancy gets larger among the nations, it aggravates the international tensions and it would finally trigger international conflicts. The more I recognize the severity of problems confronted by our global society, the more strongly I believe the way to avoid conflict and improve economic conditions is to act from a professional point of view After obtaining a master’s degree in Economics, I strongly hope to work in the sphere of economic affairs concerning international economic development. For such a future career, my working experiences play an important role in understanding professionalism. In 2003, I was volu>GET ANSWER