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The Crucible by Arthur Miller - The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller is a play that takes place in the late 17th century during the famous yet tragic witch trials. It is a story that contains the many struggles that came about as a result of the strict Puritan setting. Miller's depiction of the Salem witch trials deals with a community that starts out with a tightly knit and church loving façade. However, once finger pointing at the witches began, the community starts accusing each other. Hysteria and hidden agendas broke down the social structure and it became necessary for everyone to protect themselves from the people that they thought were their friends....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible] 641 words
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Korean Pollution - Deadly particles are circulating within our air supply. They are “the most life threatening for of air pollution.” These are tiny particles of soot and other matter released from diesel engines in lorries, buses, and coaches. They are believed to have played a role in the premature deaths of 8,000 people. Other pollutants known as GMM’s are causing such damage. GMM’s are genetically modified micro-organisms. These micro-organisms are released from factories and laboratories and go into the atmosphere, and water supplies....   [tags: essays research papers fc] 329 words
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Aggressive Driving in Massachusetts - Aggressive Driving in Massachusetts Driving in Massachusetts, doesn’t always get you somewhere. There were 141,675 motor vehicle crashes in Massachusetts in 2003. In response to the problem, Massachusetts law enforcement officials are vowing to get aggressive on aggressive driving, a growing danger in the state. “We will catch you and there will be consequences, criminal consequences, loss of licenses and even a jail term,” Col. Thomas Robbins, Massachusetts State Police warned aggressive drivers at the launch of ‘Road Respect’, a Spring Mobilization program at the Newton Police headquarters on the morning of April 4....   [tags: Transportation Aggression Essays] 1768 words
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The Crucible Coursework Essay - The Crucible Coursework Essay The Crucible was written in 1952 by the playwright Arthur Miller. It is an allegory of the McCarthy ‘witch-hunts’ which occurred during the 1950’s. It was effectively the arrest and questioning of those suspected of communist views or that sympathised with communists. The USA was very suspicious of communists due to the Cold War between itself and the USSR. Joe McCarthy, leader of the governmental organisation, the Anti-Democracy Policy, headed the hunts. Arthur Miller was himself arrested by McCarthy....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible] 1119 words
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Arthur Miller's The Crucible - Arthur Miller's The Crucible Arthur Miller has crafted 'The Crucible' to constantly engage the audience. With reference to significant moments in the play, discuss how tension is achieved and how the audience may react. The Crucible was wrote by Arthur Miller in 1953 in the height of the cold war. Miller wrote it because of what he felt about McCarthyism. McCarthyism: Senator Joe McCarthy organized a twentieth-century version of witch-hunting. In the early 1950's he exploited the US fears about Communism and managed to create a national campaign against Communists....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible] 1277 words
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Analysis of The Chrysanthemums - Analysis of The Chrysanthemums The short story "The Chrysanthemums" gives insight into the life of its author. John Steinbeck was born on February 27, 1902, in Salinas, California. The locale of the story is of key resemblance to the Salinas in which Steinbeck was born and bread. "Salinas was a typical American small town, [differing] only in location and a few distinctive features" (McCarthy 3). The protagonist of this story, Elisa Allen, also resembles Steinbeck's first wife. "Steinbeck probably based the character of Elisa Allen on his own first wife, Carol Henning Steinbeck....   [tags: Papers] 1154 words
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Marketing Plan For Starbucks - Introduction The purpose of this paper is to describe the attributes of the Starbucks Chai Tea and energy drinks in detail. The pace at which this product will move through the product life cycle will be described as well as the factors that will impact its movement. Also, details on how the product life cycle will impact the marketing of the Chai Tea and energy drinks will be identified. The positioning and differentiation strategies for this product will be identified. The appropriate price strategy to be used will be described....   [tags: Starbucks Business Market Plan ] 1677 words
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Artificial Intelligence - Over the past decade, educational institutions have increasingly offered online, web-based courses. While there has been a great deal of research comparing the effectiveness of online and traditional courses (Young, 2006), there has been less research on how to use instructional design strategies to increase student engagement, student satisfaction, and achievement in online courses (Gunter, 2007). Research has shown that instructional immediacy can increase cognition and student success (LaRose & Whitten, 2000)....   [tags: Intelligence]
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The Stonewall Riots - Life for most homosexuals during the first half of the Twentieth century was one of hiding, being ever so careful to not give away their true feelings and predilections. Although the 1920s saw a brief moment of openness in American society, that was quickly destroyed with the progress of the Cold War, and by default, that of McCarthyism. The homosexuals of the 50s “felt the heavy weight of medical prejudice, police harassment and church condemnation … [and] were not able to challenge these authorities.” They were constantly battered, both physically and emotionally, by the society that surrounded them....   [tags: Gay History] 1946 words
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All the Pretty Horses - All the Pretty Horses John Grady Cole, the last in a long line of west Texas ranchers, is, at sixteen, poised on the sorrowful, painful edge of manhood. When he realizes the only life he has ever known is disappearing into the past and that cowboys are as doomed as the Comanche who came before them, he leaves on a dangerous and harrowing journey into the beautiful and utterly foreign world that is Mexico. In the guise of a classic Western, All the Pretty Horses is at its heart a lyrical and elegiac coming-of-age story about love, friendship, and loyalty that will leave John Grady, and the reader, changed forever....   [tags: essays papers] 636 words
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Human Resourse Management - Human Resourse Management This essay will review the role of human resource management (HRM) in the strategy process. This will include the function of recruitment and training programs in HRM, the concept of strategic fit and how human resource management can lead to a competitive advantage. The manner in which an organisation’s personnel are managed has a tangible influence on the productivity of the employees, which ultimately acts upon the firm’s bottom line. Corporate success is dependent upon the integration of the human resource plan and the corporate strategic plan.It has become a widely held premise that people provide organisations with an important source of sustainable competi...   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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American Pie - American Pie The movie American Pie is about four high schoolers, close to graduating, determined not to carry their virginity's with them to college and so they make a pact to lose their virginity by prom night. The movie is directed by Paul Weitz and stars Jason Biggs, Chris Klein and Tara Reids and takes place around Michigan's East Great Falls High. The movie opens with student Jim (Jason Biggs) being caught by his parents pleasuring himself in a tube sock while trying to watch a scrambled broadcast on an adult channel....   [tags: Film Movies] 514 words
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The Rosenbergs - The history of the United States is full of unsolved mysteries. One of the greatest mysteries which occurred in 1953 was the electrocution of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg under the Espionage Act. They were convicted for giving the secret information about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. The anti-communist sentiment that characterized the Cold War and McCarthyism led to their trial and execution. Even though there is some evidence of the Rosenbergs' guilt, numerous facts which were discovered after the death of Ethel and Julius argue more convincingly that they were innocent victims of Cold War hysteria....   [tags: essays research papers] 2334 words
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Domestic Pressure Rather than Events in Asia Governed the U.S.A.'s Intervention in, and Conduct of, the Conflict in Korea - Domestic Pressure Rather than Events in Asia Governed the U.S.A.'s Intervention in, and Conduct of, the Conflict in Korea On the 25th of June 1950, the communist North Korea (Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea) invaded the capitalist South Korea (Republic of Korea). Within two days, USA, the world’s most powerful country, became involved in a civil war of a small Asiatic country. One of the main reasons USA became involved in the war were the domestic pressures Truman administration was under....   [tags: Papers] 1312 words
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At the time of McCarthyism, Arthur Miller had a close friend who had - At the time of McCarthyism, Arthur Miller had a close friend who had been accused and was willing to name THE CRUCIBLE In 1692, puritan Massachusetts was a difficult place to live. The Puritans were people who had left England to live a pure and holy life in America. They obeyed the laws of the bible and were a very superstitious group of people. They believed that any behaviour that opposed the bible, even the tiniest thing, was of the devil and his witches. In 1950’s America there was a Senator called Joseph McCarthy who led the Un-American Activities committee....   [tags: English Literature] 1088 words
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Comparing The Perfect Family, The Sanctuary of School, Dog Lab, and Education - Comparing The Perfect Family, by Alice Hoffman, The Sanctuary of School, by Lynda Barry, Dog Lab, by Claire McCarthy, and Education by Jake Werner What we learn at home, at school, from our peers, and from entertainment can have great effects throughout our whole entire lives. There is no such thing as a perfect family, human being, or society, yet we are able to live our lives with the enjoyment of peace and harmony. What we see on television may simulate a perfect family, but, of course, not everything we wish to see is true....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]
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The Dramatic Effect of the First Act in Arthur Miller's The Crucible - The Dramatic Effect of the First Act in Arthur Miller's The Crucible The Crucible is set in Salem in 1692. It is about a group of girls who are accused of witchcraft by the people of Salem, and they are put on trial for it. The story is centred on a man named John Proctor who is a farmer in the town, and it is about his affairs, his everyday ones and his sexual ones. There are many themes in The Crucible, deceit, religion, fear, guilt and the evading of peoples privacy. Miller wrote the play to be a parallel of the famous McCarthy trials of the 1950's, in which he was involved....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible] 1143 words
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The Changes Proctor and Hale Go Through as the Play Progresses - The Changes Proctor and Hale Go Through as the Play Progresses In this play I will be analysing the changes that Proctor and Reverend Hale go through. 'The Crucible' is a tragic play that reflects the 1692 Salem witchcraft trials which contemplates the key figures caught up in the persecution. It powerfully portrays people and principles under pressure. "The Crucible" is a cross between a parable and an allegory. Miller wrote the Crucible in 1953 during the McCarthy period when Americans were accusing each other of pro-communist beliefs....   [tags: Papers] 1436 words
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Creating Tension and Drama in the Courtroom in The Crucible - Creating Tension and Drama in the Courtroom in The Crucible The crucible is about a mass hysteria which led to the 1692 Salem witchcraft trials. A group of young girls are caught dancing in the woods and are suspected to of been calling out to the devil. Strange things begin to happen around the local village which are then suspected to be the work of the devil. Everyone in the village is to appear in court and faced with a death sentence. This fantastic and extremely tense play is written by Arthur Miller....   [tags: The Crucible Tension Witchcraft Essays] 2803 words
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Comparing Vinegar Tom C. Churchill and The Crucible A. Miller - The Crucible is a naturalistic play by Arthur Miller set in a town called Salem and based on true events. The play inspired by the Salem witch trials shows Miller’s personal views and many popular views on McCarthyism. The naturalistic style of the play evokes the audiences emotions and allows the audience to sympathise with the characters. The play also has a sense of realism, illustrating the social and domestic problems of everyday life. The main character John Proctor was said to be a reflection on the situation Arthur Miller saw himself in and portrays many of the emotions he had the time from the McCarthy trials....   [tags: Caryl Churchill Arthur Miller] 1458 words
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Fear of Banquos Ghost in Macbeth by William Shakespeare - Fear of Banquos Ghost in Macbeth by William Shakespeare Fear is perhaps one of the most primal and basic human emotions. In many instances it is because of a reaction to this emotion that humans are able to make crucial decisions to their survival. In the ancestral environment, a proper response to fear or the "fight or flight" reflex often made the difference between life and death. Those humans foolhardy enough to tease the sabretooth tiger to impress the ladies may have made their point a few times, but quite often they ended up as a tasty meal....   [tags: Papers] 1356 words
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Conflict and Tension Between The Proctors in The Crucible - How Does Millar Create a Sense of Tension and Conflict Between John and Elizabeth Proctor at the Beginning of Act 2. Arthur Miller was borne on the 17th of October 1915 in New York City. Miller believed that tragedy was not confined to the rich and important but that the ordinary man’s failure was just as moving and terrible. The play ‘The Crucible’ was first produced in 1953 in the middle of the McCarthy political witch hunt in America. Millar decided to write the play as an allegorical text and a parallel between the two events....   [tags: essays research papers] 1429 words
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We Must Educate the Children of Illegal Immigrants - Immigration laws have been a subject of debate throughout American history, especially in states such as California and Texas, where immigrant populations are high. Recently, some citizens have been questioning whether we should continue to educate the children of illegal immigrants. While this issue is steeped in emotional controversy, we must not allow divisive "us against them" rhetoric to cloud our thinking. Yes, educating undocumented immigrants costs us, but not educating them would cost us much more....   [tags: Critical Thinking Essays]
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Miller’s Presentation of Abigail Williams in The Crucible - Look at Miller’s presentation of Abigail Williams in The Crucible. How realistic is his presentation of her as a controller. In Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’, Abigail Williams is presented as a controller of many of the key characters. Abigail can successfully manipulate and control many of the characters because she is described as being; ‘…a strikingly beautiful girl, an orphan, with an endless capacity for dissembling’. Her beauty allows her to influence others as they are intimidated by, and in awe of, her beauty....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible] 2332 words
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The Importance of Act Four in The Crucible - The Importance of Act Four in The Crucible We have been exploring and analysing “The crucible”, a play by Arthur Miller. A play written during the hysteria of McCarthyism, in the 1950's. This is reflected in some of the issues raised in the play. This essay will focus particularly on the importance of Act 4 to the play, in various forms and will include the social and historical setting of the play itself. We will start of with a short summary of Joseph McCarthy. Joseph lived a complicated life (1908-1957) as a Republican senator from Appleton, Wisconsin....   [tags: The Crucible Arthur Miller Essays] 3221 words
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The Involvement of the United States in Vietnam - The Involvement of the United States in Vietnam The single most important factor in understanding the United States involvement in Vietnam is fear. In the years leading to the Vietnam Conflict the United States was immersed in paranoia toward Communist Russia and the communist movement as a whole. This paranoia has its roots in the depression of the nineteen thirties and was fueled by the exploits of men like MacCarthy and other politicians who saw this as an opportunity to further their careers or push policies....   [tags: American History, World History] 1233 words
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dramaturgisk analyse af Whos Afraid of Viginia Wolf - dramaturgisk analyse af Whos Afraid of Viginia Wolf Indledning Stykket Who´s Afraid of Viginia Wolf. er stærkt stof. Indfaldsvinklerne er utallige og tolkningsmulighederne ikke færre. Derfor er det også dragende. Man vil kunne kredse om den som månen om en planet, i en uendelighed uden at komme tættere kernen. Sætter man sig for at finde sandheden om Who´s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, kommer man til kort. Stiller man et spørgsmål, følger der bare endnu flere spørgsmål med svaret. Derfor følger der ingen endegyldig sandhed om stykket med denne opgave....   [tags: Papers] 3918 words
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How the Red Scare Created a Hollywood Blacklist - In the 1930s and 1940s many Hollywood writers, actors, producers, and directors were suspected for communist affiliations. During this time, communism was a popular political movement in the United States, especially among young liberals. There was a growing fear of communism invading American society. By the end of World War Two an event known as the Red Scare resulted in communism become increasingly feared and hated by many in the United States. The Hollywood blacklist caused the Hollywood industry a lot of harm in its business and reputation....   [tags: essays research papers] 915 words
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John Grady's Journey in All the Pretty Horses - John Grady's journey is one that leads him from innocence to experience and lets him find the 'paradise' for which he is looking. Grady is an outcast. At beginning of the novel he feels out of place in the world in which he is living. On top of that he neither understands why it is changing nor is he willing to accept it. As he is sitting in the theatre watching his mother's play, the narrator tells us his thoughts: 'He'd the notion that there would be something in the story itself to tell him about the way the world was or was becoming but there was not.' The times are changing and he's unwilling to give up the past....   [tags: essays research papers] 1123 words
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Changes in Well Established Marketing Theories And Models - Introduction The business environment is passing through rapid changes due to a major driver of the new economy: on-line technology. Marketing theories and models dominant today are going to be passé tomorrow. In addition, the pure essence of the marketing science is that ought to be adaptive. Borden defines the marketer as a "decider", an "artist", a "mixer of ingredients", who sometimes follows a recipe prepared by others, sometimes prepares her/his own recipe as s/he goes along, sometimes adapts a recipe to the ingredients immediately available and sometimes experiments with or invents ingredients no one else has tried....   [tags: Business Marketing] 1219 words
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Comparing The Crucible and Salem Witch Trials - The purpose of my paper is to compare and contrast Arthur Miller’s The Crucible with the actual witch trials that took place in Salem in the 17th Century. Although many of the characters and events in the play were non-fictional, many details were changed by the playwright to add intrigue to the story. While there isn’t one specific cause or event that led to the Salem witch trials, it was a combination of events and factors that contributed to the birth and growth of the trials. Some of these events included: a small pox outbreak that was happening at the time, the revocation of the Massachusetts Bay Colony charter by Charles II, and the constant fear of Native attacks....   [tags: comparison compare contrast 2014] 1432 words
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Psychology in Modern Drama and Buchner's Woyzeck - Psychology in Modern Drama and Buchner's Woyzeck When reading the play Woyzeck by Georg Buchner, one must be willing to delve deep into the surreal as well as the confusing and even uncomfortable. The play hinges upon psychology and the fact (one of the few facts found in the play, even) that the main character of the play (Woyzeck) has obvious psychological problems that none of the other characters seem to pay attention to. Psychology is a constant theme in modern drama, and Buchner seems to bring that to the forefront in Woyzeck, especially....   [tags: Psychology Buchner Woyzeck Essays]
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The Chrysanthemums: Planting a Garden for Ourselves - John Steinbeck is one of the most successful prize winning writers in the twentieth century. He has become a household name as his works of literature are still popular to this day. He has a "skill with which the themes, symbols and moral vision are expressed... and ensure his place with the best writers of his generation" (McCarthy 392). A few of his stories, such as "The Chrysanthemums" examines the "psychology and sexuality of strong women who must somehow express themselves meaningfully within the narrow possibilities open to women in a man's world." (Mitchell 517)....   [tags: American Literature] 1070 words
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The Use of Parallelism in Fahrenheit 451 - The book that will be reviewed is Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury. The author used the effect of parallelism extremely well by showing the similarities of both then and now. In the following paragraphs we're going to encounter these parallelisms, we will compare the book to the time period in which it was written, and our own time period post September 11. Before we can do this we must first get to know the author and the era in which it was based off of just a bit. To get a clear view and understanding of the book, first must review the time period in history....   [tags: American Literature] 883 words
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Artificial Intelligence: Where does it fit? - Artificial Intelligence: Where does it fit. Machines in the future will not be able to differentiate between man and machine, and neither will humans; except that machines will be active: working, learning, developing new technology. Humans on the other hand, have no choice but to watch from our glass boxes because machines have become so advanced and we would only interfere. Maybe the future won’t look exactly like that, but truthfully, computers will reach human intelligence someday. They have already surpassed our calculation abilities and our speed of processing information....   [tags: Technology Artificial Intelligence Essays] 2188 words
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High School Journalism: Breaking The Barriers - High School Journalism: Breaking the Barriers Throughout the many trials and tribulations of the adolescent years teenagers try to find many different ways to express themselves and discover who they are. There are different forms of expression including music, art, fashion, and, of course, writing. Whether it is through a personal journal used to express private feelings, or through the high school publications such as the school newspaper or yearbook. These forms of expression give teens an outlet for creativity and a sense of accomplishment....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Death Of Robert F. Kennedy - The assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and its effects on the modern world. Robert Francis Kennedy was born on November 20, 1925 in Brookline Massachusetts. He was the seventh child, and third son of Rose Fitzgerald and Joe Kennedy . "I was the seventh of nine children," he later recalled, "and when you come from that far down you have to struggle to survive."( Alden Whitman, 2001).Compared to his brothers, Robert or Bobby as they all called him, was smaller and he struggled to match his brothers athleticism....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Growing Popularity of Extreme Sports - Extreme Sports Over the past ten years I have noticed that my local snowboarding park has become more crowded every season, especially with younger kids. This has not only been the case for snowboarding, but for all extreme sports. I’ve noticed this trend at my local skateboarding park also. More so, there has been a noticeable increase of extreme sports being broadcast on television today than ever before. These changes caused me to ask the question: why have extreme sports become so popular to youngsters....   [tags: Extreme Sports] 1262 words
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Biography of Peter, Paul, and Mar - Biography of Peter, Paul, and Mary The group Peter, Paul and Mary Have been one of my favorites since I was about age 5. Their original ballad "Puff the Magic Dragon" I would listen to over and over again. Other pieces such as "Blowing in the Wind", and "If I Had a Hammer" were also very familiar to me as a child. With her long flowing blonde hair and crystal clear soprano vocals, Mary Travers was a major influence on the folk music of the 60's and 70's. (AMG www.allmusic.com) Mary Travers , a founding member of Peter, Paul and Mary, not only became one of the most commercially successful folk performers, but, used her position to become an inspirational political spokesperson....   [tags: Papers] 584 words
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The Relationship Between Women and Film - The Relationship Between Women and Film My hypothesis is ‘the representation of women in Japanese action/thriller films and, Hollywood action/thriller films focusing on the Asian genre, are different’. I started my investigation by looking at secondary research; the first being the internet. I used the search engine ‘Google’ which was useful in providing a range of sites focusing on my hypothesis. I started by typing in ‘Japanese representation of women vs. Hollywood representation of women’....   [tags: Papers] 1170 words
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The Crucible by Arthur Miller - The Crucible by Arthur Miller The Crucible is a fictional retelling of events in American history surrounding the Salem witch trials of the seventeenth century, yet is as much a product of the time in which Arthur Miller wrote it, the early 1950s, as it is description of Puritan society. At that particular time in the 1950s, when Arthur Miller wrote the play the American Senator McCarthy who chaired the ‘House Un-American Activities Committee’ was very conscious of communism and feared its influence in America....   [tags: The Crucible Salem Witchtrials Essays] 1636 words
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The Cold War from 1950-1980 - The Cold War from 1950-1980 The period of 1950 to 1980 saw the Cold War spread from the traditional playing field of Europe to other parts of the world. However it is quite clear that the USA and the Soviet Union played only a marginal role in originating these conflicts-at the most setting up the basic framework for it to occur. Furthermore, when they did get involved they each did so to varying degrees. The USA seemed to be much more motivated and interested in involving themselves, while the Soviet Union was more apprehensive....   [tags: Papers] 1736 words
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The Road to Abolishing HUAC - The Road to Abolishing HUAC: A Comparison of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Emergency Civil Liberties Committee The history of the United States in the twentieth century was significantly influenced by the actions of civil liberties organizations. However, during the reign of the House of Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) in the 1950s, civil liberties organizations compromised their principles and did not protest HUAC’s repression of civil liberties. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) purged its Communist members and sympathizers, condoned congressional investigating committees, and failed to defend individuals whose civil liberties had been abridged....   [tags: ACLU American Civil Liberties Union ECLC]
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Most Significant Events In History - The decades of the 50’s, 60’s 70’s 80’s and 90’s had many significant events that shaped America into the nation that it is today. The events of these decades shaped the United States into the nation that it is today consist of the Cold War, the Vietnam War, the Watergate Scandal, Reaganomics, and the end of the Cold War. 1950’s – Cold War After World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union emerged as the two new superpowers and as archrivals. The United States wanted to keep the Soviet Union from spreading communism by force so the United States came up with a plan of containment, which was to block the Soviet Union wherever possible to contain the spread of communism therefore begin...   [tags: US History Historical] 1960 words
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Customer Centrality in McDonalds’s Marketing - Customer Centrality in McDonalds’s Marketing McCarthy (1978) defines the classic model of 4Ps, including product, price, place, promotion. Well, Cowell (1994) suggests two other Ps, people and process, and Boom and Binter (cited by Donnelly, and George, 1981) add a further P, physical evidence. We can analyze what McDonald’s has done in the aspects of marketing mix to be customer centrality....   [tags: McDonalds Marketing Analysis Business] 1988 words
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Mixed Martial Arts And Ethics - Mixed Martial Arts: A Controversial New Breed of Sport "In its December 6, 2006 profile on Ultimate Fighting, USA Today writer Marco della Cava states, ‘Football and baseball may be American pastimes, but for a high-tech generation weaned on immediacy, such sporadic action doesn't compare with UFC's short and definitive flurries of violence’" (Dallas-Based Fight Company Enters the Cage). According to an editorial in Market Wire, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), commonly recognized as cage fighting, is the fastest growing "Sports Entertainment business in the world" (Dallas-Based Fight Company Enters the Cage)....   [tags: Sports MMA] 1192 words
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy - John Fitzgerald Kennedy John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29th, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. John was the second of nine children born to Joseph Patrick and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. He was brought up in a family that demanded intense physical and intellectual competition among the children and he was taught in the teachings of the Roman Catholic church and the political precepts of the Democratic Party. He graduated from Harvard University, and he published the best-seller "Why England Slept"....   [tags: Papers] 809 words
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Preparing for the Olympics - Preparing for the Olympics Every two years, countries around the world join together in excitement for the Olympic Games. Either winter or summer, the Olympics are something everyone seems to look forward to in one way or another. Olympic preparation is no easy task, for the athletes, nor for the event staff. When the idea of Olympic preparation is brought up, two main ideas come to mind. How is the site for the Olympics picked. And how is it decided who carries the Olympic torch. After careful research, the answers to these questions have been found....   [tags: Olympics Sports Athletics Essays]
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Drilling in North America - To Invest in Drilling or to Invest in Our Future. You've almost made it. The captain says that around these mountains, in about 15 minutes, you should see it, the great coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: birthplace to caribou, polar bears, and much of the other arctic wildlife. You've been looking forward to seeing this for as long as you can remember and when you do it's breathtaking: crisp clean white plains, just like you'd seen in the National Geographic. You listen to the sounds surrounding you, the ocean lapping along the boat, the air whistling through the mountains, thewhat's that....   [tags: Environment Argumentative Persuasive Essays]
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The Fall of Socialism - The Fall of Socialism Ever since the Great Depression, political and economic thought in America has moved consistently to the right, enough that reforms which passed years ago in other industrialized countries cannot even be mentioned in political discussion. In fact, there is a deliberate destruction of legitimate thought by equating it with a universal evil. Specifically, any reform which helps the lower classes - reforms such as welfare, universal health care, housing, and so forth . are vilified as a socialist, and therefore communist, evil....   [tags: Communism American History Governmental Essays]
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Arthur Miller's The Crucible - Arthur Miller's The Crucible Arthur Miller demonstrates the familiarities of the life he lived in the 1950's and of everyday life we live in through his plays. He communicates through his work to the way people are in society. The extreme witch hysteria deteriorated the rational and emotional stability of its citizens. This exploited the population's weakest qualities, and insecurities. The obvious breakdown in social order led to the tragedy that saw innocent souls hang on the accusation of witchcraft....   [tags: Arthur Miller Crucible Essays] 2613 words
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