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Loyalty as Defined in the Odyssey - Loyalty, as defined in the Odyssey seems to be the constant devotion to someone, the hopefully longing of their return and victory. Homer seems to value loyalty over many of the other human traits, as Eumaeus gets not only Homer’s famous “you” but his own book as well. The swineherd is not the only character that Homer uses to show loyalty, Penelope and Telemachus show unyielding faithfulness to Odysseus throughout the epic poem; as do many other characters even gods. Homer demonstrates the value he places on loyalty through the use of these characters with their devotion to Odysseus....   [tags: Loyalty, Odyssey, ] 936 words
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Customer Loyalty - ... Secondly, to build a closer bond between the brand and current customers and with the belief of maintain of their current customer base. Most of the companies fail to scale their loyalty program that is one of the reasons why programs becomes unprofitable while noticing with increase in membership of customers enrolling in the loyalty programs. This is because loyalty programs of most companies are linked to spending or regularity of usage and not profitability. According to the Reinartz and Kumar (2002) “In absence of any clear differentiation or special value proposition, companies often throw away valuable marketing resources attempting to build loyalty that may or may not result in a profitable outcome” it is very essential because aligning the CRM technology to the company’s business processes and culture is just as significant as aligning the business processes to the strategy....   [tags: Business, Customer Relationship Management ] 2200 words
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The Nature of Loyalty - The Nature of Loyalty In the play King Lear, Shakespeare presents the reader with many negative views of society, and of human nature. One of the few bright spots in the play is Kent, a very loyal and honest man. Through Kent and his actions, Shakespeare shows the reader the nature of true loyalty. Kent's nature is evident from the very first time he talks to Lear. Lear has begun to detail his disappointment in Cordelia, and announce that he will not be providing her with a dowry. Kent interrupts Lear's speech with a cry of "Good my liege" (Shakespeare 17)....   [tags: English Literature Essays] 671 words
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BUSINESS LOYALTY - Brand Loyalty “ Brand loyalty-that certain something that makes a consumer keep buying over and over again-is an elusive quality. It begins with the consumer’s preference for a product on the basis of objective reasons-the drink is sweeter, the paper towel more absorbent. The brand name is the customer’s guarantee that he/she will get what they expect”(Fisher). As far back as companies go the main question asked when selling their product, how can I get people to purchase my product. This is still a very important issue in the day- to- day operations of any company, but now they are asking a whole new question....   [tags: essays research papers] 1135 words
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Loyalty Of Employee - Different cultures place varying values on loyalty to the employer. In some countries, most notably in Asia, there is a high degree of loyalty to one company. However, in most European countries and the United States, loyalty at ones employer is not highly values; instead it is considered more rational and reasonable for an employee to change jobs whenever it is warranted to achieve the optimal overall career. Both of these positions have advantages and disadvantages. In cultures that value loyalty to the employer, a kind of family relationship seems to develop between employer and employee....   [tags: essays research papers] 336 words
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Loyalty in Romeo and Juliet - Romeo and Juliet- Loyalty Loyalty plays a big part in Romeo and Juliet. Ties of loyalty are woven throughout the play, binding certain characters together. The main theme is the feuding families of Romeo and Juliet that holds an “ancient grudge” against each other: the Montague’s and the Capulet’s. Romeo’s family and friends despise Juliet’s family, the Capulet’s, and as the play progresses you will find them defending each other in the face of an enemy. Romeo and Juliet have to defy their parent’s expressive wish not to see each other, and accept the consequences of their forbidden love....   [tags: Shakespeare, Literary Analysis] 484 words
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The Role of Loyalty in The Odyssey - Intro: There are a wide variety of themes present throughout the Odyssey, written by Homer. Be it hospitality, perseverance, vengeance or power of the Gods, loyalty is truly the theme that brings the whole book together. Being 10 years after the Trojan War, many have forgotten about Odysseus and his men as they constantly brave what the gods throw their way. This essay will be talking about Odysseus and Penelope’s mutual loyalty to one another, the loyal relationships between Gods and men and finally, the loyalty Odysseus’ men show for him until death....   [tags: Homer, Literary Analysis] 1045 words
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The Conflict Between Loyalty and Greed - Themes are often used to portray a deeper character insight. In Shakespeare’s King Lear, many themes seem to reflect a character’s values based off their decisions and actions. Specifically, these are conflicting themes of loyalty and greed, where the characters have mutual relationships between each other but oppose each others’ morals. This is seen through Cordelia and her sisters; Regan and Goneril, and their treatment towards their father, Albany and his brother in law Cornwall’s dealings regarding King Lear and Gloucester and lastly, Edgar and his half brother Edmund, with the actions towards their father, Gloucester....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature]
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The Knightly Code of Loyalty - The Knightly Code of Loyalty is reflected in the modern book Breaking Dawn and the modern movie A Bug's Life. In Breaking Dawn, loyalty is reflected through Jacob Black who remains loyal to his wolf pack, the Cullens, Bella, and his true love, Renesmee. Loyalty is the feeling of devotion one holds for ones country, creed, family, and friends(dictionary.com). It is remaining faithful to what you believe in. In King Arthurs time, the knights followed strict rules of chivalry, honor, bravery, and loyalty....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Loyalty in Love in The Time of Cholera - ... Urbino why she helped Jeremiah commit suicide. “Dr. Urbino already realized how completely he would repudiate the memory of that irredeemable woman, and he thought he knew why: only a person without principles”(Marquez 16). Dr. Urbino’s horror at Barbra’s cold manner of handling death, makes him feel offended, and it seems the doctor is trying to protect his friend’s memory, showing how much he cares about his friend, and would never let him be disgraced.. The use of word choice in this quote shows how strongly the doctor feels about this woman’s seemingly lack of love for his friend....   [tags: Gabriel Garcia Marquez] 802 words
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Loyalty in "King Lear" - Loyalty is being faithful to commitments and obligations. On the other hand there are many ways to display loyalty. One can be loyal to a person, political party, country, religion, or cause. The list is seemingly endless. William Shakespeare’s play King Lear exhibits many forms of loyalty, but one that shines particularly is loyalty to ones selfish needs. However there is a limit to loyalty which most over look. The characters Cordelia, the emotional King Lear, and the vile Edmund all manifest their loyalty to their own self, and all meet their demise....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature] 1084 words
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Antigone: The Theme of Family Loyalty - ... In Sophocles’ Antigone, the quest that Antigone endures to stay true to her pure intentions of honoring Polyneices by giving him a proper burial is in juxtaposition with the fact that her defiance towards Creon is not only to do with Polyneices, but also to show appeasement to the gods. Antigone’s firm belief that her brother Polyneices should have a proper burial is established by her conviction in that the law of the gods is above all else. This law proclaims that all men be mourned and honored by family and friends through means of a suitable burial....   [tags: Antigone] 740 words
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Student and Stakeholder loyalty of East Memorial - ... Reports made are called continuous process reports, (WCSD 6, 2010) and these reports are sent to the School Board. Improving Loyalty Comprehensive Accountability system is in place to help WCSD 6 monitor the progress of improving loyalty. This system is tied to district goals. One way WCSD 6 uses this system to improve loyalty, according to the Reaching for Excellence report, is changing and starting a new “…district-wide communication plan with a continuing focus on open, honest, timely, and consistent internal and external communication” (WCSD 6, 2009)....   [tags: Education]
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Theme of Loyalty in "Homecoming" in "The Hunger Games" - Loyalty is like glue, since it keeps the camaraderie in a relationship intact. If someone breaks the loyalty, then that trust and camaraderie are damaged as well. But yet, one can remain loyal without sacrificing one’s needs or desires. Examples of this have often appeared in modern day literature. For example, take the Tillerman siblings from Cynthia Voigt’s novel, “Homecoming.” In this novel, the oldest sibling, Dicey, has to take care of her three younger siblings after their mother deserted them in a mall parking lot....   [tags: Literary Analysis] 1007 words
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Loyalty Shown In The Odyssey - Loyalty to family, community, and the gods is an important quality in the lives of ancient Greek citizens. These qualities are clear demonstrated in The Odyssey through Penelope, Telemakhos, and Odysseus. Penelope shows her loyalty in several ways. She shows loyalty to Odysseus by waiting for his return for twenty long years. She did not choose a suitor until she knew for sure that Odysseus was dead. To delay the decision of choosing a suitor, Penelope said she would marry a suitor after she had finished weaving her shroud....   [tags: essays research papers] 478 words
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True Brand Loyalty - Introduction A company’s main question in relation to selling their products or services use do be: ,,How do I get people to buy my product?” Nowadays companies still greatly appreciate the answer to this question but they have also realized that getting customers is not the only thing they need to do. In today’s rapidly moving world consumers don’t stick with products for life. Advertisements and an increased feeling of independence have created consumers that will switch brands or products as soon as the feel the need to do so....   [tags: essays research papers] 1639 words
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Importance of Loyalty in the Epic of Gilgamesh - Loyalty in The Epic of Gilgamesh The ancient Mesopotamian writing, The Epic of Gilgamesh, gives readers insight into the traditions and customs of the people who wrote it. Like all epics, The Epic of Gilgamesh is the story of a heroic national figure: this epic gives the story of the life of Gilgamesh from his birth as two-thirds god, one-third man to his death. Throughout the epic the importance of loyalty is addressed. In The Epic of Gilgamesh readers see that loyalty is the most important aspect of a Mesopotamian relationship and that there are always consequences for violating trust....   [tags: Epic Gilgamesh essays] 575 words
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Loyalty In Book Characters - Can the perfect ideal of loyalty ever be achieved. What is loyalty, how can you become loyal person. How do the people of today compare to the heroes in the stories that we read Beowulf Sir Gawin and the Green Knight and Camelot. When do you know you are a loyal person, is it something that you are born with or do you learn to become loyal. Is loyalty a valuable human characteristic?How does someone become a loyal person. In Sir Gawin he proved to be loyal when he showed up to a challenge that no normal man could ever win, but he did he went to get his chopped off he was very loyal to his word....   [tags: essays research papers] 986 words
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Loyalty Card Proposal by Waitrose - Loyalty Card Proposal by Waitrose In an industry where the players are generally ranked by their size, Waitrose has established itself as a leader - not on the basis of mass but of quality. Other supermarket giants have gone for volume; Waitrose has targeted quality and choice. The products they offer are of high quality and this is reflected in the prices which tend to be higher than other supermarkets such as Tesco's. The variety on the shelves reflects the demanding tastes of the Waitrose shopper who the company promotes itself to, and includes a huge choice of wines, But there are keenly priced essentials, too, for the budget-watching household....   [tags: Papers] 847 words
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Loyalty in Julius Caesar - A Question of Loyalty in Julius Caesar Loyalty defined means faithfulness to one's friends, country, ideals, etc. What should one do when these loyalties conflict with one another. One would have to choose. A choice that can make or break a man, which I believe broke many men in the play Julius Caesar. One did not know who was friend or foe. One's dearest friends actually your foes. Not possible, is it. Yes, it is. That is the story of Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar, a great, noble man....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays] 847 words
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Building Loyalty With Web 2.0 - Building loyalty with Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is changing the way audiences interact with travel brands. User generated content [UGC] and social network sites such as Flickr, Youtube, and Yahoo Trip Planner are reshaping audience expectations and experiences. The authority figure is no longer the travel agent or the media - it is now the audience. Welcome to Travel 2.0. In the Travel 2.0 era, the power is shifting. In a Travel 2.0 environment, travel brands now need to meet and match their online audiences expectations and requirements with appropriate, engaging, entertaining, and targeted experiences....   [tags: Internet] 1410 words
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Loyalty in Homer's Odyssey - Loyal Relationships in Homer's Odyssey Loyalty is heroic. Loyalty is defined as faithfulness or devotion to a person, cause, obligations, or duties. In Homer's Odyssey one can see loyalty in many forms. Odysseus is loyal to the gods whom he realized held his life in their hands. Penelope was loyal to Odysseus, while trying not to offend the rude suitors. Telemachus was loyal to a father whom he only knew from the stories he had been told. Time and time again we see loyalty in the strongest sense, complete fidelity in time of uncertainty....   [tags: Homer Odyssey Essays]
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Loyalty to ones king - “As soon as the Cid caught sight of the King he ordered all his men to halt…He knelt down on his hands and knees on the ground and with his teeth he pulled up a mouthful of grass. With tears of joy streaming from his eyes he showed in this way his complete submission to his liege lord, Alfonso.” What would cause a grown man to act in such a manner. The Cid was the ruler of Valencia, and the leader of thousands of soldiers. The Cid has defeated countless enemies and have been victorious in all his wars, he could have been almost thought of as a man without fear....   [tags: Poetry Poem essays research papers] 2140 words
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An Analysis of Loyalty in Greek Dramas - An Analysis of Loyalty in Greek Dramas Murder, corruption in government, religious zealotry, and revenge of scorned lovers are themes that run rampant through many Greek dramas. However, in the plays Medea, written by Euripides, and Antigone, written by Sophocles, such themes reach an almost unprecedented levels. The plays follow women driven to extremes by what she feels is great injustice. The two women, after whom the plays are named after, fight against the offense and demand respect from the men they deal with....   [tags: Greek Play Drama] 1820 words
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Marketing: Product Loyalty - Marketing: Product Loyalty The American Heritage Dictionary states the definition of loyalty is, "A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection." (American Heritage Dictionary, 2006). People are loyal to their jobs, their friends, a football team, or even their hair stylist. Some people have particular brands that they purchase from and will not stray to try other brands. This is considered consumer loyalty. For the reasons of affordability, great quality, diverse products and an excessive user of the products, I find my consumer loyalty to be with Kodak....   [tags: Kodak Marketing Market] 1712 words
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Hamlet - Misplaced Loyalty - Loyalty to King and country, that is to say royalty, has historically been of paramount importance to every citizen regardless of rank or station and is exemplified in Shakespeare's Hamlet. The philosophy of the divine right of kings and the natural balance of power move Hamlet into action to avenge his father's murder and set his nation, as well has his life, back to order. He accomplishes this task though various means, though all in proportion with his end in settling with Claudius, solving differences with his mother and in sizing up his friendship with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern....   [tags: European Literature] 876 words
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Fate, Loyalty, and Law in Antigone - Fate, Loyalty, and Law in Antigone The play Antigone by Sophocles is a play like no other. There are three major themes or ideas which have a very important role in the play. The first major theme is fate, on how the play comes about and the turn of events that come about throughout it. Another main theme or idea is the pride the characters have and their unwillingness they have to change their minds once they are set on something. The last major theme is loyalty and the practical problem of conduct involving which is a higher law between the divine laws and those of the humans....   [tags: Papers] 1568 words
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Race and Loyalty in Othello - Race and Loyalty in Othello William Shakespeare`s Othello is a play set in Venice. The plot is based on a story about two people who love each other dearly and the problems and conflicts they face from the start. The conflicts are, for the most part, tied in with racial issues and questions of loyalty. These conflicts stem from the society around the couple, as well as from the couple themselves as they too are part of this society, but with very different backgrounds: The female protagonist is the daughter of a highly-respected Venetian senator: Brabantio....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Shakespeare Othello] 952 words
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Race and Loyalty in Othello - Race and Loyalty in Othello   William Shakespeare`s Othello is centralized around the conflicts that are, for the most part, tied in with racial issues and questions of loyalty. These conflicts stem from the society that encompass the couple, as well as from the couple themselves.  Indeed the couple are entrenched in different social strata, class and ethnicity.  The female protagonist is the daughter of a highly-respected Venetian senator: Brabantio. Othello--also known as the Moor--is a foreigner, black in color, has a past filled with tragic and exotic tales and has proved himself worthy of the title General in the Venetian army....   [tags: Othello essays]
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The Loyalty Crew of Odysseus - In The Odyssey, Homer conveys a mixed message about Odysseus’s crew. At times, they seem loyal, whereas other scenes reveal them as disloyal. Homer does this to help center the attention on how Odysseus can fall victim to temptation and stand up to take control of his crew. The critical moments where Odysseus and his crew are in disagreement are significant because they demonstrate how Odysseus is epic, yet still human and flawed. After escaping Polyphemos’s cave, Odysseus’s crew remains loyal....   [tags: essays research papers] 703 words
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Love or Loyalty - Original Writing - Love or Loyalty - Original Writing ‘Be quiet Margaret. I am trying to read!’ Robert bellowed, as he pondered over the reason for Margaret’s newborn unruliness. He was almost tempted to put her in her place at once, yet he decided necessary though it may be, it was not something that was to be rushed. ‘Get me a drink Margaret, Scotch.’ Robert barked eager to gain control once again. Margaret on the other hand hobbled off nervously, she feared that this might happen yet she knew better than to protest....   [tags: Papers] 1313 words
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How to Sustain Customer Loyalty towards Brands - The cut throat competitive era has put every company on its guard. They are well aware of the fact that customers tend to be very disloyal. The focus on the customer retention and loyalty has been increased because companies are realizing the dire importance of customer loyalty and they are focusing more in retaining the customers (Hill & Alexander, 1996). According to Kumar and Shah (2004) the brand loyalty is one of the most widely studied marketing concepts by the researchers and it is also the most implemented marketing initiative by practitioners....   [tags: Business, Marketing]
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The Theme of Loyalty Reflected in Books and Movies of Today - Acts of loyalty were very important in the times of King Arthur and the middle ages. Loyalty is still reflected in the movies and books of today. The book Summer Sisters, by Judy Blume (Summer Sisters), and the movie My Sister’s Keeper, directed by Nick Cassavetes (New Line Cinema) are two excellent examples of how loyalty is portrayed. Knights during the middle ages were very chivalrous. Chivalry is the behavior expected of noblemen during Medieval Times, demanding honor, generosity, loyalty, and courage (Answers)....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Loyalty in Shakespeare's Two Gentleman of Verona - Loyalty in Shakespeare's Two Gentleman of Verona In Webster's Dictionary, loyalty is defined as the quality or state or an instance of being loyal and loyal is defined as an unswerving in allegiance. In Elizabethan England, loyalty was believed to be the ultimate test of a gentleman's character, that only those who passed this test could be considered the perfect Elizabethan gentleman. Shakespeare believed this too. In, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, loyalty is a very prevalent theme throughout the comedy....   [tags: Papers] 991 words
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Loyalty in William Shakespeare's As You Like It - Loyalty in William Shakespeare's As You Like It In Shakespeare's As You Like It loyalty is dominant theme. Each character possesses either a loyalty or disloyalty towards another. These disloyalties and loyalties are most apparent in the relationships of Celia and Rosalind, Celia and Duke Fredrick, Orlando and Rosalind, Adam and Orlando, and Oliver and Orlando. In these relationships, a conflict of loyalties causes characters to change homes, jobs, identities and families. Two characters, Celia and Rosalind are loyal to each other throughout the play, which is apparent through the decisions Celia makes....   [tags: Shakespeare As Like It Theme] 1029 words
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Julius Caesar Essay: Loyalty and Chaos - Julius Caesar: Loyalty and Chaos In the play, Julius Caesar, Shakespeare suggests that a society without loyalty will inevitably find itself in chaos. Loyalty and similar traits of love and faithfulness arguably form the framework of societies present and past. Negative forces such as ego, greed and the quest for power continually attack this framework. Julius Caesar illustrates the rapid decay of a Roman society's law and harmony, until it finds itself in the chaos of civil war before concluding in an uneasy order....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays] 1040 words
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Loyalty and Protection in Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men - Loyalty and Protection in Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men I feel that loyalty and protection play a big part throughout the whole of this story, from the start right up to the very end. The first sign of loyalty in the book is when George tried to stop Lennie from drinking too much of the pond water in case he became ill. This showed that he felt responsible for Lennie's well being. "'Lennie for God' sakes don't drink so much' Lennie continued to snort in the pool and the small man leaned over and shook him by the shoulder 'Lennie....   [tags: Papers] 762 words
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Loyalty and Ignorance of Emilia In Shakespeare's Othello - Emilia is a minor but necessary character in Shakespeare’s Othello. She battles playing the role of a loyal wife and caretaker, while possessing inner strength to rebel against society and man’s invisible reign on woman. Emilia is a wife to Iago, a caretaker to Desdemona but most importantly she is a lady of potency and character. Through these qualities Emilia unwillingly follows her wifely obligations to Iago, but additionally develops a strong relationship with Desdemona. This connection between the two women, allows Emilia to hold Shakespeare’s key to the entire tragic plot....   [tags: essays research papers] 1427 words
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Dreams, Pride, and Loyalty: A Raisin in the Sun - In Chicago, in the 1950’s, black families were confronted with many challenges, faced much racial prejudice, were typically poor, working-class families, and were not wanted in white communities. In A Raisin in the Sun, the Younger Family is different, they are poor, but they are able to overcome that fact and fulfill their dreams, despite the prejudice that comes with them. Because the Youngers have a strong sense of pride and loyalty their dreams are achieved by prevailing over their challenges and staying together through the end....   [tags: essays research papers] 944 words
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Loyalty of Antony and Brutus in Julius Caesar - The Loyalties of Antony and Brutus Antony and Brutus are both loyal, noble men and their loyalties shape their characters, drives their actions, and decides the very future of Rome. Brutus loves Caesar, but he loves Rome more. Antony has no need to choose between his country and best friend. Before Caesar's death both men are guarded and somewhat a secret to the reader. After Caesar's murder, however, their true personalities emerge. Antony and Brutus may seem the same, and that was they are in theory, from their positions, character traits, to the very friend's they keep they are alike almost to a point of absurdity....   [tags: William Shakespeare]
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The Impact of Brand Loyalty Factors on Brand Equity of Mineral Water - Abstract This paper investigate the relationship between the concepts of brand loyalty and brand equity in ways that would attach the roles of willingness to pay more; perceived quality and brand awareness to the overall structure of brand equity. The research uses one product category (mineral water), consisting of two brands (Nestle & Aquafina). Data were collected via questionnaire with a sample of 300 mineral water consumers from Islamabad and Rawalpindi region. Structural Equation Model is used to analyze the relationship between variables....   [tags: Marketing]
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The Influence of a Hotel Quality of Service and Image and its Effect on Tourism Customer Loyalty - ... Then functional component is related to tangible characteristics, which can be easily measured, while the emotional component is associated with psychological dimensions, which are subjectively perceived from guests and manifested by feelings and attitudes towards a corporate brand. These feelings are derived from individual experiences with a hotel firm. Corporate image is, therefore, the result of an aggregate process by which the public compares and contrasts the various attributes of hospitality enterprises....   [tags: Consumer Research]
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Julius Caesar Essay: Loyalty and Justice in Julius Caesar - Loyalty and Justice in Julius Caesar In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, one must read the text closely to track the shifting motivations and loyalties of each character as the play progresses. An important factor that must be kept in mind while reading is the degree of loyalty, in other words, the degree to which characters act out of a motivation to help others. Throughout the play, each character's current degree of loyalty to others is clearly exhibited by words or behavior – this holds true for the characters of Brutus, Cassius, Antony, Portia, and Calpurnia....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays] 662 words
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Loyalty in Sir Patrick Spens and Bonnie George Campbell - Loyalty in Sir Patrick Spens and Bonnie George Campbell Is loyalty really a thing to die for. Sir Patrick Spens and Bonnie George Campbell Sure did think so in the two poems they were a part of The term loyalty means to be faithful and true to anything one is a part of Both Sir Patrick Spens and Bonnie George Campbell exemplify this trait. This trait of loyalty makes these two characters similar in their poems. They are similar in ways such as how they both have to go on missions, both are leaving something behind, and both are skilled at what they do....   [tags: Patrick Spens Bonnie George] 911 words
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E-Marketing: Essential to Raise Customer Satisfaction and Build Brand Loyalty - ... This therefore leads to limited use of the internet to the majority of population. Pressure on the system has stood out as another barrier to effective growth of e-marketing. This has been caused by the high rate of growth on the number of subscribers which is exceeding the ability of the system to hold. This has resulted to long delays in accessing information thus creating frustrations among the consumers who have resulted to alternative sources. Due to consumer dissatisfaction the usage of the technology has been low and its growth slower than expected....   [tags: Marketing ]
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Loyalty and Sacrifice in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men - Of Mice and Men: Loyalty and Sacrifice John Steinbeck was born in 1902, in California's Salinas Valley, a region that would eventually serve as the setting for Of Mice and Men, as well as many of his other works. He studied literature and writing at Stanford University. He then moved to New York City and worked as a laborer and journalist for five years, until he completed his first novel in 1929, Cup of Gold. With the publication of Tortilla Flat in 1935, Steinbeck achieved fame and became a popular author....   [tags: Steinbeck Of Mice and Men Essays] 556 words
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Destiny, Fate and Free Will in Homer's Odyssey - Guidance and Loyalty - Guidance, Fate, and Loyalty in The Odyssey The Odyssey is an epic poem about a journey. After the Trojan War is won Odysseus leaves Troy for his home in Ithaca. However, the gods decide to test his courage and resolve and send him on a twenty-year odyssey. Odysseus' courage is constantly tested as he struggles with the many obstacles the gods place before him. Although Homer depicted The Odyssey as a self-reliant journey, in reality the gods and other mortals guide Odysseus. It is his loyalty to and his love for his family that keeps him going....   [tags: Homer Odyssey fatody] 1356 words
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Love and Loyalty in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - Love and Loyalty in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet In the play Romeo and Juliet (by William Shakespeare), I will be staging the fifth Scene of Act 1. Arguably, this scene is the most crucial point in the play, as this is where they both meet, and their love and loyalties divide between them and their families. This scene displays how the love of both Romeo and Juliet from different parties confronts divided loyalties for them, as they either have to be loyal to their families or to each other, but not both as the two loyalties are in direct conflict with each other, being from each others enemy's party....   [tags: Papers] 719 words
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A Story of Blood, Death, Loyalty and Honor Depicted in the Poem, The Song of Roland - In the poem The Song of Roland, the author relates the spectacular fight between King Charlemagne’s army, the Franks, and the Muslim Saracens. The poem tells a story of blood, death, loyalty and honor. Around 1095, the year in which the First Crusade was initiated, we find the first extant version of this great French epic. While there is truth deeply rooted in the poem, much was emphasized and embellished to attract followers in the crusades. Despite appearing as propaganda, the author succeeded in assembling thousands of volunteers for the launch of the crusades....   [tags: Crusades, Poem Analysis, Poetry] 994 words
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Loyalty vs. Righteousness in William Faulkner’s Short Story Barn Burning - The term “blood brothers” usually refers to two or more males who accept each other and have decided to create a bond by fusing one another’s blood together; this would mean that these males chose to be bonded. But when it comes to ones own bloodline, it is not possible to choose ones parents. For this reason, one must learn to analyze what is right and wrong, even if it’s not something the parent(s) want him to believe. In William Faulkner’s short story Barn Burning, loyalty versus righteousness is one of the struggles in the father-son relationship between Abner and his youngest son Sarty....   [tags: Short Story Analysis, Literary Analysis] 602 words
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Susan Glaspell's Trifles - The Loyalty of Mrs. Hale - The Loyalty of Mrs. Hale in Trifles The major idea I want to write about has to do with the way Mrs. Hale stands behind Mrs. Wright even though it seems like everyone else especially (the men) would rather lock her up and throw away the key. We see this right away when she gets on the County Attorney for putting down Mrs. Wright’s house keeping. I find this to be wonderfully symbolic in that most women of this time usually allowed the men to say whatever they wanted about their sex, never standing up for themselves or each other You notice this to be so because Mrs....   [tags: Trifles Essays] 787 words
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Macbeth - ... Duncan says, “So well thy wounds. /They smack of honor both. Go get him surgeons.” (I. ii. 43-44) Duncan is talking about the honor that he feels for Macbeth for his victory in fighting for his land. Duncan later says to Macbeth, “True, worthy Banquo: he is full so valiant.” (I. iv. 54) Duncan is complimenting Macbeth for his loyalty, which proves his respect for his country and people who fight for it. Macbeth is loyal to his wife, which ends up costing lives. This is an example of negative loyalty, because it causes the death of Duncan....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 978 words
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The Tale of the Heike - ... Every warrior’s duty was to their lord and every warrior was faithfully loyal to their lord. Loyalty is an eminent virtue of the warrior. Loyalty to one’s parent and more importantly to the imperial court is continuously depicted throughout the tale. Warriors showed their loyalty in different manners all through the tales. As in the case of warrior Genzō Takiguchi no Kiō who displayed his loyalty to his lord, Yorimasa, by remaining behind, pretending to have switched sides, ready to die in order to humiliate Munemori as he had done to Yorimasa’s son Nakatsuna....   [tags: The Tale of the Heike] 877 words
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Oedipus And Antigone - Oedipus and Antigone Sophocles’ plays Oedipus and Antigone have many parallel themes and conflicts. Certain characters and events are mirrored and go through similar sequences in both plays. One conflict that is prevalent in both plays is the idea of loyalty. In Oedipus, many are loyal to Oedipus, including the city of Thebes itself. In Antigone, there is much strife in the relationships as well, and the idea of loyalty arises.      In the play Antigone, there are many situations in which loyalty is involved, and in some, conflicts arise....   [tags: essays research papers] 756 words
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