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Unformatted text preview: Analysis Student Name University Analysis 1 Roles I think I played various roles in the day. For most part of the day I played the role of a Sergeant. I had to wake up early in the morning, prepare food for all the team members, attend the team meeting and then set out for my mission. The role continued as I met up the Mayor. And even though I was having lunch with the Mayor I remained a Sergeant all along. My return to the camp and reporting to the Commander about the day was also in lieu with my role as a Sergeant. After the long day, when I talked to my wife over the phone, I stepped into the role of a husband. And for my daughter I was her ever-doting father with whom she could share all her troubles and happiness. She knew that I will always protect her from her mother’s anger and so shared her secrets with me. Apart from that, I think I became just a human being when I went on a tour of Kirkuk village. The living condition of the villagers made me feel compassionate for the villagers. Especially the bleak future of the village children made me want to do something to give them a better life. I tried making them happy by giving them pens and notepads which I consider manifestations of education and therefore a bright future. During the basketball match I was no longer a Sergeant for the fellow soldiers. We were all friends who were enjoying a light and relaxing match of basketball....
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course SOCI 111 taught by Professor Kelley during the Spring '11 term at American Public University.
- Spring '11