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Transcript: Special group cohesiveness when two worlds collide (or two different characters) When entire party agrees with fantasy being created, it is called a fantasy chain Other Theories Waskul & Lust (2004) We all play, and we play with different roles Gillespie & Crouse (2012) Way to hang onto childhood Kimmel (2008) Mostly male participants; retreat to boyhood N E Mead (1934) Role taking not a behavior/action but a cognitive activity. Provoked when one understands the other. Fine (1983) Role Rivalries vs Personal Rivalries Literature Review Symbolic Convergence Theory (Bormann, 1990) each seen as essential to participating in this TRPG community People are storytelling animals. We comprehend life through a series of tales. Game is an exaggerated version of what we participate in every day. Social Identity Narrative Paradigm (Fisher, 1987) Findings Fine (1983) Primary, secondary and diegetic rules Bjork & Holopainen (2003) Endogenous vs exogenous rules Montola (2008) Combined to create 3 categories: endogenous, exogenous, diegetic A Event over Time So What? (no responsibilities--anything can happen) Method Theoretical Framework Obligatory Character Transformation P Who- Mostly male . A20-35 What- Play game...THAT'S IT! Where- Small gaming center When- Wednesday . 7:00 pm -9:00 pm Why- Escape . Move up in ranking . Connections with others How- Experienced v. Outsider in game play (4,6,8,10,20) S (Phillipsen, 1975) Talk is not valued everywhere equally! Trapped in the Fantasy Prosocial Behaviors Q and A Time! . Setting . Participants . Ends . . Acts . Instruments . Norms . 3 themes: Narrative Table Talk Implicit Rules A Qualitative Study of the Linguistic Codes among Dungeons and Dragons Players Educational Boasting I Hymes' (1974) SPEAKING Model S

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Transcript: ✳✱* Answer 4 : FEEL FREE TO COPY & PASTE THEM! Question 3 : Why did it happen? Questions and Answers Answer 3 : Holocaust 1. The Holocaust explained A lot of people, when they hear of the holocaust, they think of the Jews who died and Hitler who was responsible for their deaths. An important thing to remember, though, is the innocent people who didn't deserve this, and the children who had dreams like us but never got to fufill those dreams. Answer 5 : Question 5 : What were the sites you used for this project Here are some extra assets : The reason Hitler committed the holocaust is because he believed the Jews were not counted as people and they were an inferior race. Of course I disagree because the Bible teaches and I believe, all races and people are equal and none are more or less important in God's eyes. We remember the holocaust as a way to respect the innocent Jews who died just for being who they were. It helps me remember that there are different people in this world and r,different races as well. But this is a good thing because all people and all lives are important to God. I have learned things from people who are different than me. Horrible people like Hitler shouldn't judge people by their race or skin color. January 30, 1933, was the start of a horrible genocide we call the holocaust. More than six million Jews died in horrible concentration camps. These camps were so bad many Jews thought they were in hell. Answer : Question 1 : What was the Holocaust? 2.Wikipedia Question 4 : What are some current perspectives of the holocaust? Question 2 : Why do we remember the Holocaust? add logo here Answer :

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Transcript: The Prevent Strategy- Blurred Lines Between Law and Policy Section 26(1) of the Act says that a specified authority must in the exercise of its functions have due regard to the need to Prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. Specified Bodies come under the following headings: (i) Local Government; (ii) Criminal Justice System; (iii) Education and Childcare; (iiii) Health & Social Care; (v) Police. WHAT ARE BRITISH VALUES? “In an open and free society like ours, we can never entirely eliminate the threat from terrorism. But we must do everything possible, consistent with our values as a country, to reduce the risk presented by our enemies. The Government’s policy, our counter-terrorism strategy and this legislation all aim to do just that. We are engaged in a struggle that is fought on many fronts and in many forms. It is a struggle that will go on for many years. And the threat we face right now is perhaps greater than it ever has been and we must have the powers we need to defend ourselves.” Multi Agency approach to “protect people at risk of radicalisation” How will It work? Who can refer and on what grounds? Is consent required? Basharat Ali Aman Solicitors (i) Ideological Challenge- this focuses on the preposition that terrorists have an ideology and that this ideology makes use of the ideas espoused by so called extremists. (ii) Prevent people from being “drawn” into terrorism- This is where radicalisation is referred to. Describing it to be a process rather than an event. This process must be reversed and the individual must be re-programmed by supporting them through an action plan. (iii) Working with service providers- priority is given to education, faith, health, criminal justice and charities. The internet is also included. Extremist 18 Yrs THE CHANNEL PROGRAMME CTS Act: Made up of 7 Parts What is Extremism? Part V- Risk of being "drawn into terrorism" (PREVENT) Part V of the CTS Act- Risk of Being Drawn Into Terrorism The CTS Act 2015 and Counter Extremism Strategies According to the Prevent and the more recent counter extremism strategies: “Extremism is the vocal or active opposition to our fundamental values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs. We also regard calls for the death of members of our armed forces as extremists”. Objectives of Prevent “Adhering to British values is not an option or a choice. It is a duty for all those who live in these islands so we will stand up for our values, we will in the end defeat this extremism and we will secure our way of life for generations to come.” (David Cameron 1st September 2014) “fundamental British values include democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.” Not a legal Definition. Obligations of “Specified Bodies” 0 Yrs 2 Yrs 7 Yrs 11 Yrs 14 Yrs 16 Yrs

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Transcript: Non Key Expert Team Composition, Assignment and Key Experts and Non Key Experts inputs Impact of the Project The main objective for preparation of the DESWSP is to collect raw water from the Meghan River, treat the water in a treatment plant at Gandharbpur, and supply treated water to the Dhaka city dwellers, mostly in Uttara, Gulshan, and North Badda, through the DWASA distribution system. The principal aim is to enhance use of surface raw water sources and thereby decrease reliance on groundwater abstraction. This project aims to reduce abstraction of ground water amounting to 150 million liters per day (mld). Key Expert In total, 316.7 acres (128 hectares) of land are needed to implement the project. Out of the total 316.7 acres (128 ha) of land (and canal areas) required for the project 135.4 acres (54.8 ha) (42.8%) are owned by different agencies of the government, including Dhaka WASA, and 181.3 acres (73.4 ha) (57.3%) are private land in different locations that have to be acquired by DWASA. Objective of the Project Key Activities Schematic Layout Team Composition, Assignment and Key Experts and Non Key Experts inputs Welcome at the Inception Meeting NGO services for resettlement implementation assistance for construction intake, Raw Water Transmission Line, 500 MLD Capacity Water Treatment Plant, and Finished Water Line up to Baridhara Injection Point under Dhaka Environmentally Sustainable Water Supply Project (DESWSP). Donor : ADB Client : Dhaka WASA NGO : Development Organization of the Rural Poor (DORP) Date of Agreement : 16th February 2015 Effective Date : 1st March 2015 Project Period : 42 months Summary of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Impact Basic Information Land Acquisition estimate of the Project Total Budget Information Campaign Verification of Socio-economic data Joint Verification Report conducted by DC and WASA (Inventory) Assist the DC office for servicing notice(s) under Land Acquisition Ordinance 1982 section 3, 6 and 7 Collection of Award Book from DC office Collection of Market Price of the properties Formation of Committees [Joint Verification Team (JVT), Property Valuation Assessment Team (PVAT) and Grievance Readdress Committee (GRC)] Identification of Affected Persons (AP) and issuance of Identity Card for both title and Non-title, Squatters etc. Preparation of Entitle Person (EP) and Entitlement Card (EC) files Budget estimate for resettlement benefits Support Livelihood restoration activities Rapport building with DC ,PWD, Forest and Agricultural Department , local representatives and NGOs dealing with micro-credit

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