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  Alt F4 These keys will exit a program instead of using the exit icons. Alt F2 is a single operation of the mechanism of a keyboard-operated typesetting machine by the action of a key. Maximize Button is located in the upper-right corner of the window, next to the close button. If you double-click the title bar, it will also maximize the window. On a Mac, the maximize button is three green button located next to the red and yellow buttons in the upper-left corner of the window. Minimize Buttons  The underscore button is the minimize button in Windows and Mac. Clicking it sends the application to the an action available in all GUI operating systems that allow a user to hide a window, but keep the application running and accessible. Close button   A button in the upper right corner of a Window with an x in it. When clicked, it closes the program running in the current window. Menu bar is the part of a browser or  application window, typically at the top left side, that houses drop-down menus that allow the user to interact with the content or application in various ways. A horizontal menu displayed at the top of a computer screen or window, listing available menus for an application, as File, Edit, and View. Restore button may be a hardware button, found on some laptop computers. The hardware button may be labeled as being a restore button or it may also be labeled as the name of the software utility that initiates the restore process. The restore button may also be one of the keys on the keyboard, typically one of the function keys. When the computer is starting up, pressing the function key will initiate the restore process. Task Space It is the bar that spans the bottom of the screen and contains the Start button on the left side and the systray on the right. The task bar also includes the current time on the far right side and can hold shortcuts to programs directly to the right of the Start button. Work Space  The memory or space available on a computer for temporary work Microsoft Word is a widely used commercial word processor designed by Microsoft. It is also a component of the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software, but can also be purchased as a stand-alone product. Microsoft Power Point is a powerful presentation software developed by Microsoft. It is a standard component of the company's Microsoft Office suite software, and is bundled together with Word, Excel and other office productivity tools. The program uses slides to convey information rich in multimedia. The term slide refers to the old slide projector, which this software effectively replaces. Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program for Windows and Macintosh computers. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite, which includes other productivity programs, such as Word and PowerPoint.  MAKING LEARNING EXPERIENCE Experience is to learn and to learn is to know as what Principles of Education stated. Before the class started our professor gave us the chance to introduced ourself individually such as our names, educational attaintment, our profession and offices where we assigned. During class discussion everybody participated, sharing their ideas and of course their personal experiences regarding conflict and conflict resolution. Conflict resolution defined is the process of resolving a dispute or a conflict by meeting at least some of each side’s needs and addressing their interests. Knowing how to manage and resolve conflict is essential for having a productive work life, and it is important for community and family life as well. On that discussion about conflict we have gather new information from our classmates of course to our professor and learn more about the particular aspects of the conflict, understand more about the different organization who are still with the governmemt in particular with the Mindanao for giving projects in the Bangsamoro homeland in support with the Bangsamoro government and to develop awareness of individual when it comes to the kind of workplace culture and understand how people move into their present situation. Influence and leadership of the other people in the place who are in the position was also tackled. Rido From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rido , or feuding between families and clans, is a type of conflict centered in the Philippine region of  Mindanao, and is characterized by sporadic outbursts of retaliatory violence between families and kinship groups, as well as between communities. It can occur in areas where the government or a central authority is weak as well as in areas where there is a perceived lack of justice and security. Rido is a Maranao term commonly used in Mindanao to refer to clan feuds. It is considered one of the major problems in Mindanao because apart from numerous casualties, rido has caused destruction of property, crippled the local economy, and displaced families.  Background [edit]   Located in the southern Philippines, Mindanao is home to a majority of the country’s Muslim community and includes the  Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. Mindanao is a region suffering from poor infrastructure, high poverty rates, and violence that has claimed the lives of more than 120,000 people in the last three decades. There is a widely held stereotype that the violence is perpetrated by armed groups that resort to terrorism to further their political goals, but the actual situation is far more complex. While the Muslim-Christian conflict and the state-rebel conflicts dominate popular perceptions and media attention, a survey commissioned by The Asia Foundation in 2002 and further verified by a recent Social Weather Stations survey revealed that citizens are more concerned about the prevalence of rido and its negative impact on their communities than the conflict between the state and rebel groups. The unfortunate interaction and subsequent confusion of rido-based violence with secessionism, communist insurgency, banditry, military involvement and other forms of armed violence shows that violence in Mindanao is more complicated than what is commonly believed. Causes [edit]   The causes of rido are varied and may be further complicated by a society’s concept of honor and shame, an integral aspect of the social rules that determine accepted practices in the affected communities. The trigger of conflicts range from petty offenses, such as theft and jesting, to more serious crimes, like homicide. These are further aggravated by land disputes and political rivalries, the most common causes of rido. Proliferation of firearms, lack of law enforcement and credible mediators in conflict-prone areas, and an inefficient justice system further contribute to instances of rido. Statistics [edit]   Studies on rido have documented a total of 1,266 rido cases between the 1930s and 2005, which have killed over 5,500 people and displaced thousands. The four provinces with the highest numbers of rido incidences are: Lanao del Sur  (377), Maguindanao (218), Lanao del Norte (164), and Sulu (145). Incidences in these four provinces account for 71% of the total documented cases. The findings also show a steady rise in rido conflicts in the eleven provinces surveyed from the 1980s to 2004. According to the studies, during 2002-2004, 50% (637 cases) of total rido incidences occurred, equaling about 127 new rido cases per year. Out of the total number of rido cases documented, 64% remain unresolved. [1]   Resolution of Conflicts [edit]    Rido conflicts are either resolved, unresolved, or reoccur. Although the majority of these cases remain unresolved, there have been many resolutions through different conflict-resolving bodies and mechanisms. These cases utilize the formal procedures of the Philippine government and/or the various indigenous systems. Formal methods may involve official courts, local government officials, police, and the military. Indigenous methods to resolve conflicts usually involve elder leaders who use local knowledge, beliefs, and practices, as well as their own personal influence, to help repair and restore damaged relationships. Some cases using this approach involve the payment of  blood money to resolve the conflict. Hybrid mechanisms include the collaboration of government, religious, and traditional leaders in resolving conflicts through the formation of collaborative groups. Furthermore, the institutionalization of traditional conflict resolution processes into laws and ordinances has been successful with the hybrid method approach. Other conflict-resolution methods include the establishment of ceasefires and the intervention of youth organizations. [1]   Conclusion [edit]   Rido has wider implications for conflict in Mindanao primarily because it tends to interact in unfortunate ways with separatist conflict and other forms of armed violence. Many armed confrontations in the past involving insurgent groups and the military were triggered by a local rido. The studies mentioned above investigated the dynamics of rido with the intention of helping design strategic interventions to address such conflicts. WHAT is rido? ?Rido refers to a state of recurring hostilities between families and kinship groups characterized by a series of retaliatory acts of violence carried out to avenge a perceived affront or injustice.? This is from the 2007 book ?Rido: Clan Feuding and Conflict Management in Mindanao,? edited by William Magno Torres III, published by The  Asia Foundation.  
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