【非選題】中翻英【30 分】 一份研究美國報紙所刊登訃聞(obituary)之分析結果顯示，公眾眼中的名人所從事之行業 表面上光鮮炫麗，但他們似乎得付出壽命縮短之代價。例如演藝界和體育界的明星，可能比 其他成功人士的壽命更短。研究人員分析了從 2009 到 2011 年美國《紐約時報》上的 1,000 人的訃聞，發現演員、歌星以及體育明星平均死亡的年齡最小，為 77 歲。 有專家認為像這樣的研究並不能提供任何具結論性之答案，卻提出了有關成名代價的有 趣問題：如果明星短命是真的，那麼是否意味著早年成名，一旦晚年名望消退可能更容易罹 患疾病，因此導致健康不佳？或者是明星的性格特點比較愛冒險，加上吸煙、喝酒、吸毒等 習慣，對晚年的健康有害？#10982
Shi Jou 大三下 (2014/12/12 21:27):
An analysis published in the American newspaper obituary (obituary) The study showed that the industry engaged in the public eye celebrities Behind the glossy surface, but they seem to have to pay the cost of shortening the life span. For example, the entertainment industry and sports stars, and may be shorter than the life of other successful people. The researchers analyzed 2009 and 2011 from 1,000 in the United States, "New York Times" on the obituary, found age actors, singers and sports sta..
Ronnie 國三上 (2015/06/11 10:29):
A research from the obituary
Wei Lu Chen 小一上 (2015/12/23 16:29):
An analysis of US newspapers published obituary (obituary) The study showed that the industry engaged in the public eye celebrities Behind the glossy surface, but they seem to have to pay the cost of shortening the lifespan. For example, show business and sports stars, and may be shorter than the life of other successful people. The researchers analyzed 2009 and 2011 from 1,000 in the United States, "New York Times" obituary, showed that age actors, singers and sports stars mean the death of the smallest, is 77 years old. Some experts believe that studies such as this does not provide any conclusive answers it, but it raised interesting questions about the price of fame: the short-lived if the star is true, then does that mean early fame, fame subsided once old age may be more susceptible to disease , thus resulting in poor health? Or personality characteristics stars more adventurous, with smoking, drinking, drug abuse and other habits harmful to the health of old age?
Morlboro530 小三下 (2016/10/19 01:10):
【非選題】英翻中【30 分】 According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Better Life Index, Australia ranked the world’s developed economies on criteria such as jobs, income, environment and health. The country kept the top spot for the third year running, ahead of Sweden— also known for its high living standards and robust economy— and Canada, a rival resource-exporting nation that, like Australia, has reaped the benefits of increasing Asian demand for raw materials. Australia’s high rank in the OECD index— based on data from the United Nations, individual governments and other sources— is largely due to its economy. The nation mostly sidestepped the economic woes afflicting much of the developed world after the financial crisis and has expanded for 21 years straight without a recession. Unemployment stood at 5.5% in April from 5.6% in March, compared with 12.1% in the euro zone.#10983