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A common sight on Japanese transport is children trooping through train cars, looking for seats, the kids are as young as 6 or 7, on their way to and from school, and there is nary a guardian in sight. According to Dwayne Dixon, a cultural anthropologist, this degree of independence is the outcome of “group reliance” and not self-sufficiency, this is because children are taught at an early age that they may be called on to serve or help others and this is reinforced at school, where children take turns cleaning and serving lunch rather than relying on staff. This distributes labour across various shoulders and rotates expectations and taking responsibility for shared spaces means that children have pride of ownership and understand in a concrete way the consequences of making a mess, since they’ll have to clean it up themselves. It was a lot more common to see children doing tasks on their own in the past than it is today.
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A common sight on Japanese transport is children trooping through train cars, looking for seats, the kids are as young as 6 or 7, on their way to and from school, and there is nary a guardian in sight. According to Dwayne Dixon, a cultural anthropologist, this degree of independence is the outcome of “group reliance” and not self-sufficiency, this is because children are taught at an early age that they may be called on to serve or help others and this is reinforced at school, where children take turns cleaning and serving lunch rather than relying on staff. This distributes labour across various shoulders and rotates expectations and taking responsibility for shared spaces means that children have pride of ownership and understand in a concrete way the consequences of making a mess, since they’ll have to clean it up themselves. Children are taught to be independent from a young age so they can support others when needed.
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A common sight on Japanese transport is children trooping through train cars, looking for seats, the kids are as young as 6 or 7, on their way to and from school, and there is nary a guardian in sight. According to Dwayne Dixon, a cultural anthropologist, this degree of independence is the outcome of “group reliance” and not self-sufficiency, this is because children are taught at an early age that they may be called on to serve or help others and this is reinforced at school, where children take turns cleaning and serving lunch rather than relying on staff. This distributes labour across various shoulders and rotates expectations and taking responsibility for shared spaces means that children have pride of ownership and understand in a concrete way the consequences of making a mess, since they’ll have to clean it up themselves. Japanese schools rely on students to perform all tasks rather than staff.
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A common sight on Japanese transport is children trooping through train cars, looking for seats, the kids are as young as 6 or 7, on their way to and from school, and there is nary a guardian in sight. According to Dwayne Dixon, a cultural anthropologist, this degree of independence is the outcome of “group reliance” and not self-sufficiency, this is because children are taught at an early age that they may be called on to serve or help others and this is reinforced at school, where children take turns cleaning and serving lunch rather than relying on staff. This distributes labour across various shoulders and rotates expectations and taking responsibility for shared spaces means that children have pride of ownership and understand in a concrete way the consequences of making a mess, since they’ll have to clean it up themselves. Some students are expected to perform tasks more often than others.
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In 2014, Apple launched a large project, named Titan, to build a car. A few years later however, Apple is cutting back its ambitions. According to a news outlet, the company has completely given up on the auto-manufacturing dream. Instead, it’s focusing on developing software for self-driving cars. These could be used to power cars manufactured by traditional manufacturers. Silicon Valley tycoons have a habit of entering new industries and quickly turning them upside down, as with Apple’s iPhone in the cellphone industry. But Apple’s car struggles serve as a reminder that not every industry can be disrupted. The purpose of project Titan was for Apple to build a car.
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In 2014, Apple launched a large project, named Titan, to build a car. A few years later however, Apple is cutting back its ambitions. According to a news outlet, the company has completely given up on the auto-manufacturing dream. Instead, it’s focusing on developing software for self-driving cars. These could be used to power cars manufactured by traditional manufacturers. Silicon Valley tycoons have a habit of entering new industries and quickly turning them upside down, as with Apple’s iPhone in the cellphone industry. But Apple’s car struggles serve as a reminder that not every industry can be disrupted. Project Titan was only one amongst many new industries Apple was trying to enter.
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In 2014, Apple launched a large project, named Titan, to build a car. A few years later however, Apple is cutting back its ambitions. According to a news outlet, the company has completely given up on the auto-manufacturing dream. Instead, it’s focusing on developing software for self-driving cars. These could be used to power cars manufactured by traditional manufacturers. Silicon Valley tycoons have a habit of entering new industries and quickly turning them upside down, as with Apple’s iPhone in the cellphone industry. But Apple’s car struggles serve as a reminder that not every industry can be disrupted. Apple is the only company that tries to enter new markets and make a change.
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In 2014, Apple launched a large project, named Titan, to build a car. A few years later however, Apple is cutting back its ambitions. According to a news outlet, the company has completely given up on the auto-manufacturing dream. Instead, it’s focusing on developing software for self-driving cars. These could be used to power cars manufactured by traditional manufacturers. Silicon Valley tycoons have a habit of entering new industries and quickly turning them upside down, as with Apple’s iPhone in the cellphone industry. But Apple’s car struggles serve as a reminder that not every industry can be disrupted. Many companies who have entered a new market have also faced similar problems.
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An experiment, conducted by the universities of Würzburg and Nottingham Trent, revealed that 37.4% of the participants rated their phone as equally or more important in relation to their close friends and 29.4 % even said their smartphone was equally or more important to them than their parents. Smartphones are dangerous, not because they may cause stress, anxiety, and even depression, but because they change your behavior. Researchers asked participants to perform a concentration test under four different circumstances: with their smartphone in their pocket, at their desk, locked in a drawer and removed from the room completely. The results are significant, test results were lowest when the smartphone was on the desk, but with every additional layer of distance between participants and their smartphones, test performance increased. Overall, test results were 26% higher when phones were removed from the room. The experiment was done simultaneously at both universities.
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An experiment, conducted by the universities of Würzburg and Nottingham Trent, revealed that 37.4% of the participants rated their phone as equally or more important in relation to their close friends and 29.4 % even said their smartphone was equally or more important to them than their parents. Smartphones are dangerous, not because they may cause stress, anxiety, and even depression, but because they change your behavior. Researchers asked participants to perform a concentration test under four different circumstances: with their smartphone in their pocket, at their desk, locked in a drawer and removed from the room completely. The results are significant, test results were lowest when the smartphone was on the desk, but with every additional layer of distance between participants and their smartphones, test performance increased. Overall, test results were 26% higher when phones were removed from the room. More people in the study rated their phone equally or more important than friends rather than parents.
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