Last but not least, improving the sustainability profile of a factor portfolio is another important area of possible customization. In some cases, for example, clients want to reduce the CO2 emissions, water use, energy consumption and waste generation of the portfolio compared to the benchmark. Since a factor strategy is already rules-based, the incorporation of additional rules, such as environmental footprint reductions or other ESG dimensions, is relatively straightforward.
In Moody's response to the blacklist, one pervasive theme from her memoir becomes evident: though she participated in many of the same activist movements as her peers, Moody is separated from them by several things, chief among them being her ability to see the events of the 1960s through a wide, uncolored perspective (pun intended)....
They know what is expected of them and want to follow the rules. In contrast, the youth in the Soviet Union, live in a culture of confusion. They feel constricted by the laws of the society, see families collapsing around them, and believe things should change. They want to be individuals and they want to live by their own values and ideas. Many come from broken homes and poor communities with little respect for authority....
The rituals, also known as passage rites, mark the passing of a
person from one stage of life to the next: birth, infancy, childhood, adulthood,
old age, and death.
She overcomes obstacles such as discrimination and hunger as she struggles to survive childhood in one of the most racially discriminated states in America.
They affirm community
solidarity, and the sacredness of common values." (1995, Grolier Encyclopedia)
In addition, cultures use initiation ceremonies to mark the transition...
Through these touching, traumatic events, it is easy to see how
one young care-free boy, turned into a young man full of rage, let down by the
Time and time again she speaks of unthinkable odds and conditions and how she manages to keep excelling in her aspirations, yet she ends the book with a tone of hesitation, fear, and skepticism.
Harper Lee's story was
indeed touching, realistic and unforgettable.
In conclusion, coming of age is an important and unique universal
Every child most come of age at
some point in their lives, whether through a horrible ordeal, or by the passing
of time, but what is most important is that you learn from it and carry it
throughout your life.
In the books, The Diary of A Young Girl, Farewell to Manzanar, and Night, World War II accelerates Anne’s, Jeanne’s and Elie’s precious maturity and coming of age process.
From the anxious and unconfident young man to which Book I opens to the courageous exactor of his father's estate, Telemakhos undergoes notable emotional maturation.
Sylvia Plath and Jenny Joseph express their ideas of old age through the poems Mirror Mirror and Warning Introduction The central theme of both the poems is old age.
Maturity can be defined as ‘gaining knowledge from experiences that gives you a new out look on life and a new set of life skills.’ I choose this topic as I have studying short stories in class where the theme was coming of age and maturity.
Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird is a sensitive
touching portrayal of a young boy who grows up through shocking yet realistic
Although many people are only aware of the coming of age theme through
literature and other forms of entertainment, there is also a very realistic part
to this event in a person's life which is often ignored.
The Amazon's Satere Mawé youth enter adulthood through the bullet-ant glove initiation, teaching courage and endurance, and the crocodile scaring ritual that the men from the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea participate in teaches them pain and accomplishment....