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Twenty Years at Hull-House - Twenty Years at Hull-House Two Works Cited Victoria Bissell Brown's introduction to Twenty Years at Hull-House explains the life of Jane Addams and her commitment to insight social change to problems that existed during the turn of the 20th century. As a reaction to the hardships of a changing industrial society, Addams decided to establish a settlement house in the West side of Chicago to help individuals who had suffered from the cruelties of industrialization. Rejecting the philosophies that stemmed from the Gilded Age, such as social Darwinism and the belief that human affairs were determined by natural law, Addams was a progressive who wanted government to be more responsive...   [tags: Twenty Years at Hull-House] 877 words
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Jane Addams and Hull House - Jane Addams and Hull House      Born in Cederville, Illinois, on September 6, 1860, Jane Addams founded the world famous social settlement of Hull House. From Hull House, where she lived and worked from it’s start in 1889 to her death in 1935, Jane Addams built her reputation as the country’s most prominent women through her writings, settlement work and international efforts for world peace. In 1931, she became the first women to win the Nobel Peace Prize.      Addams, whose father was an Illinois state senator and friend of Abraham Lincoln, graduated in 1881 from Rockford College (then called Rockford Women’s Seminary)....   [tags: Jane Addams, Hull House]
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Jane Addams and the Successful Hull House - ... Lectures and classes on a wide range of subjects including English, citizenship and art were offered for free by social reformers, students and university teachers like Susan B. Anthony and Frank Lloyd Wright (“Hull House” 1).Soon after, Addams and Starr were joined by Julia Lathrop, a college friend and lawyer, and Florence Kelley, a member of the Socialist Labor Party. It was because of Kelley that the Hull-House became a center for social reform. She, along with Alzina Stevens and Mary Kenney, spear headed the research of the sweating trade in Chicago which lead to the passing of the Illinois Factory Act of 1893....   [tags: immigrants, school, suffrage]
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Jane Addams and the Hull House Founding - Jane Addams was a pioneer settlement worker, public philosopher, sociologist, author, leader and most important the founder of Hull House in Chicago. She had many humble goals in her life and all were successful. Addams wanted to help immigrants learn English and develop their social skill to become part of American society by educating them in the Hull Houses. She also wanted to minimize the gap between rich and poor. Addams also had a passion for children and she wanted to make sure that there was a place for young ones to be active in activates that were fun and took their mind and person away from the hardships that surrounded them....   [tags: Immigrants, Teaching] 557 words
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Hull House: Turned Immigrants into Americans - The United States is a nation of immigrants but also a nation of Americans, when exactly does it happen that an immigrant becomes an American. Most of the people in the United States came from Europe or their ancestors came from Europe. Many immigrants were poor, day laborers who chose to live in the city. They came to America in hope of a better economic life. Many lived in sections of the city that suffered from severe poverty. They often lived in run down tenement houses that were unsafe. All the while, they clung to the cultures of the “old world” they just left....   [tags: Jane Addams]
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Twenty Years of Democracy and Challenges - The 1994 elections implemented democracy into South Africa’s government. This allowed for many parties including the African National Congress (ANC), the Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC), the South African Communist Party (SACP), and other parties to run for office (Southall 1994). With these elections, the ANC was able to convert “itself from a movement of liberation into the predominant party of power” (Southall 1994: 643). Over the past twenty years of democracy the ANC has retained this position of power and currently holds the highest percentage out of all the parties in South Africa’s parliament....   [tags: South African government]
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AT&T: Twenty Years Of Change - Case Report: AT&T: Twenty Years of Change AT&T Case depicts the history of 130 years old giant company, which served its customers in telecommunications area. From its foundation by Graham Bell in 1875 to the restructuring decision in 2000, the company had many key events to be studied in terms of several strategic management point of views. This paper mainly focuses on external environment issues and corporate-level strategies. Analysis with respect to Corporate-Level Strategy After the foundation of the Bell Telephone Company in 1875, the company diversified its business via the acquisition of Western Electric Company....   [tags: Case Study, Communication, Industry, solution] 1756 words
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Settlement Houses: Providing Social and Educational Services to the Immigrants - ... The next day the kitchen would be used for a cooking class, then the Workingmen's Discussion Club would meet and discus labor unions and child labor. Every day, these educated women would teach something different, such as important information that could be used for self-improvement. If a young woman decided to go into Hull House and live there, she would have to save some money to pay for her own expenses. In addition, Addams would've assigned this woman a job that was in her best interest without paying her....   [tags: progressive era, hull house experiment]
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How Communication Has Changed in the Last Twenty Years - Phones have changed over the past twenty years and have had a positive and negative effect on people. Man kind as find many ways to communicate and stay connected with each other and the most common way is by a cellphone. Phones Cellphones have become one apart of our daily lives and some people just cannot live without them. In fact people use them more like computes than an actual phone itself. Most people let their phones control their lives and if their not carful it could have some serious consequences....   [tags: phone, technology, computers]
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Planning for South Africa Twenty Years Into Its Freedom - Planning for South Africa Twenty years into its freedom, South Africa has accomplished much to be proud of. The nation has come far since it took its first steps into democracy back in 1994.When both blacks and whites participated in the very first democratic elections, it signalled more than just triumph over generations of segregation but it was also the first time that the citizens could elect a government to serve all South Africans. Now in 2014 the country faces a new array of challenges and still, it seems, that the promise of service stands still as part a planning commission of South Africa President Jacob Zuma stated at this year’s State of the Nation Address that “South Africa cou...   [tags: history, government politics]
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The Character of No-one in Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - The Character of No-one in Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea        Alan Quatermain, sitting hunched over and delirious from opium withdrawal, has been taken aboard a huge submersible vessel.  The aging adventurer says, "P-please.  I feel so sick.  Need my medicine."  A cold voice answers him, "You are aboard my ship, sir, and my remedies are bitter."  Quatermain turns, with his eyes rolled back, teeth clenched, and streams of sweat rolling off of his face, and he says, "Who said that....   [tags: Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Essays]
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The Effects of Television upon American Morality during the Past Twenty Years - The Effects of Television Upon American Morality During the Past Twenty Years The invention of the television, made by the collective work of inventors and engineers, has made a big impact on the lives of millions. However, this impact has not always been positive. Television’s potential to connect, educate, and inform is often over-shadowed by the lack of individual responsibility in using this modern day miracle, therefore causing its impact on society to appear negative (Hick, 1)....   [tags: affecting healthy cognitive development] 1555 words
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Correlations between One Hundred Years of Solitude and the Bible - . It is with great ease to be able to read Gabriel Garcia Marquezʼ novel One Hundred Years of Solitude and relate it to the Bible. Many scenarios in the novel correspond to the stories we learn in religion class. In fact, many critics believe the Bibleʼs plot provides a foundation for the novel. Lois Parkinson Zamora has said “Like Revelation, One Hundred Years of Solitude sums up the Bible” (Bloom 51). Through Remedios the Beauty, the foolish description of Fernanda del Carpio, modernization resulting in solitude and disbelief, and the Garden of Eden Gabriel Garcia Marquez creates a correlation between the Bible and One Hundred Years of Solitude....   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude]
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Linda Scott's Reading the Popular Image and Kathryn Kish Sklar's Hull House in the 1890’s - Linda M. Scott’s chapter from her book ¬Fresh Lipstick: Redressing Fashion and Feminism, Reading the Popular Image as well as Kathryn Kish Sklar’s article Hull House in the 1890’s: A community of Women Reformers cover the main theme of the New Woman as Club Woman and Social Reformer. Found in both articles is the way in which the New Women emerged in society. Scott’s chapter examines how the publicity and social construction of the Gibson Girl played an influential role on the daily lives of the women who viewed her, while Sklar’s article explores how Hull House played as a tool to socially and economically integrate women into society....   [tags: literary analysis, Linda M. Scott]
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Summary of Twelve Years a Slave - Summary of Twelve Years a Slave Solomon Northup was born a freeman. On Christmas day, 1829, Northup married Anne Hampton. He was about twenty one years old and decided to enter upon a life of industry so that he could help support him and his wife. He first was employed with others repairing the Champlain Canal. By the time the Canal was finished Northup purchased a pair of horses and other things necessarily required in the business of navigation. He hired several men to help him and he began to transport large rafts of timber from Lake Champlain to Troy....   [tags: American Literature Twelve Years Slave Essays] 5067 words
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The Twenty-first Century Woman - For a long time women were seen as being either a mother, a wife, or both. A woman who decided she wanted a role outside the home was looked upon as “consciously [choosing] a life” which was unacceptable to most people (Harris, McNamara 173). The wife or mother was bound to the house. Her main jobs were to make sure the house was cleaned, the children were fed, and her husband was happy (Brady 361). She never contemplated on doing anything more. She had no place in the outside world. It was not that the female was dumb, but that she was not up to date when it came to the outside world....   [tags: women and society ]
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Twenty-Five Days In Australia - Last December, on Christmas Day, I went on a once in a life time camping trip to Australia with my explorer unit. We were going for three weeks and four days. There were around eleven people from Bexleyheath and about twenty-four people from Yorkshire going. There were four girls from Bexley and only one girl from York whereas the rest of the people from England were male, including the leaders. There were over eight-hundred explorers from all over the world going to the Australian Venture, including people from Australia, Indonesia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Japan, Papa New Guinea, and England....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography] 2277 words
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The Doomed Buendia Family in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude - People do not pride themselves on being like their mother or father. But ancestors traits pass down through families, tying them together. The Buendia family, from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's “One Hundred Years of Solitude”, is a perfect example of the mystical doom that follows through generations. Nobel Prize Winner, Marquez weaves a tale about life in Macadona and the strange and twisted Buendia family line. The story addresses mysterious dark magic, death, and horrifying tales of incest, debauchery, and love....   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude]
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Living in a Boarding House during Your College Years - “Living in boarding house is not only make me easy to get knowledge in campus, but also teach me life lessons that I can not get in my Home,” said Rosy who has been living in boarding house for 4 years. Some students who want to continue their study at university that far away from their house, uasually choose to live in boarding house. However, their parents still worry to leave their children in boarding house. They are worried because they can not control their children, so their children can get wrong friendship....   [tags: higher education room and board options] 558 words
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The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton - Nature verses nurture is an ongoing debate between people for centuries now. Some believe that a person is born with certain traits and characteristics that will remain true for the rest of their life. Others believe that every person is born into the world with a blank slate that can be mold into an image of whichever the parent desired it to be. In the case of Lily Bart, the protagonist in The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton, the characterization which was placed upon her by Wharton made her eventual descent in society inevitable....   [tags: destiny, mirth's house, edith wharton] 1051 words
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The Magic of One Hundred Years of Solitude - The Magic of One Hundred Years of Solitude   The mystical town of Mocondo brings new hope, fantasy and a never ending ride for the people who live there.  Jose Arcadio Buendia, the main character in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967), yearns for a life of magic and new discovery, so in his seeking he uncovers the town of Mocondo.  "...A village of twenty adobe houses, built on the bank of a river of clear water that ran along a bed of polished stones, which were white and enormous, like prehistoric eggs" (1).  He watches the rise and fall of his town over the period of almost one hundred years before he passes on.  The town sees everything from gypsies and their...   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude Essays] 975 words
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Legends and Superstitions: The House on Peregrine Lane - ... It was used for many things, receiving dignitaries and other guests, providing shelter for those in need and concealing what needed hiding. It now held a straight backed figure with blazing red hair that tumbled freely down to mid back. Alex led the way around the table and into two painfully uninviting chairs. “I am not accustomed to being kept waiting.” Alex smiled. “Good to see you too Medea. Apologies for our belatedness but we weren’t expecting you until much later. You told us noon.” “And then I changed my mind....   [tags: slicing the house, identical pieces] 1130 words
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Solitude and Isolation in One Hundred Years of Solitude - Solitude and Isolation in One Hundred Years of Solitude             "…Races condemned to 100 years of solitude did not have a second opportunity on earth."  These powerful last words of the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude ring true.  The book demonstrates through many examples that human beings cannot exist in isolation.  People must be interdependent in order for the race to survive.             Solitude.  Examples are found of this idea throughout the one-hundred-year life of Macondo and the Buendia family.  It is both an emotional and physical solitude.  It is shown geographically, romantically, and individually....   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude] 577 words
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Characterization, Symbolism, and Repetition in Hundred Years of Solitude - Characterization, Symbolism, and Repetition in One Hundred Years of Solitude   The names of characters often suggest something about their personalities, either straightforwardly or ironically. Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, Prudencio Aguilar is neither "prudent" nor "eagle-like" (aguila means "eagle" in Spanish).  Repetition of names and behaviors is another technique of characterization. Certain character types, e.g., the contemplative, stubborn man, or the impetuous, forceful man, the patient and nurturing woman, and so on, are represented by more than one individual in the several generations of the Buendia family....   [tags: One Hundred Years Solitude]
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Historical Themes of Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude - Historical Themes of Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude     Garcia Marquez has said that "One Hundred Years of Solitude is not a history of Latin America, it is a metaphor for Latin America" (Dreifus 1983:1974). The historical themes include conquest and colonization, settlement and scientific discovery, civil wars, foreign economic intervention, technological change, and finally the decay and disappearance of a long-established way of life. The original Spanish conquest is alluded to when, in the first chapter, Jose Arcadio Buendia finds an old suit of armor and the remains of a galleon, mysteriously stranded several kilometers from the sea....   [tags: One Hundred Years Solitude Essays Marquez]
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Flaws Portrayed Within the Helmer Marriage in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House - Marriage is a union between two people who communicate and love each other. A love so pure and unconditional that only in death can they part. In a Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen, Nora and Torvald appear to portray the perfect marriage. However, throughout the play flaws within the Helmer marriage are exposed: a lack of communication, love and selflessness. A relationship based on lies and play-acting; A marriage condemned by the weight of public opinion. Nora and Torvald lack one of the key elements needed to make a marriage work....   [tags: a doll's house] 1147 words
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Sixteen Will Get You Twenty - What is the meaning of the word relationship. Relationship is simply defined as a bond or a connection people have between each other, whether it is emotional or professional. They come in many different forms such as teacher-student relationships, best friends, lovers, etc. Although, all relationships have not been accepted into society by everyone. There are certain relationships that are considered morally wrong by citizens and the government. For example, gay marriages and sexual relationships between an adult and a minor are forbidden by law in certain places....   [tags: Sexual Crimes]
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Racism in the Twenty-First Century - Rim Mekonnen Racism in the Twenty-First Century 1. Throughout the history of the United States, whites dominated society by making laws that limited the power of minorities such as Hispanics, African Americans, and Asian Americans. For hundreds of years, whites controlled minorities using laws and mind games to make sure these minorities never rose to threaten their control. In the 1950s and 60s, Congress passed laws to protect the civil rights of minorities such as the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibited discrimination based on “race, color, or religion” in the work force....   [tags: Types, Affirmative Action] 992 words
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Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century - Introduction Terrorism or terrorist acts is something that the American people have had to live with since 9/11. We always knew acts like this could happen, but most of us never thought it could happen to us here in the United States on such a massive scale. We now understand it can and might happen again, so we have to be aware of our surroundings and look for ways to decrease these types of acts against our country. Common tactics/weapons and threats used by terrorists/terror groups in the Middle East Terrorists/terror groups in the Middle East tend to use tactics and weapons to create mass panic, and fear....   [tags: nuclear weapons, WMD, United States, targets]
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One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez - One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez “The tone that I eventually used in One Hundred Years of Solitude was based on the way my grandmother used to tell stories. She told things that sounded supernatural and fantastic but she told them with complete naturalness…. What was most important was the expression she had on her face. She did not change her expression at all when telling her stories and everyone was surprised. In previous attempts to write, I tried to tell the story with out believing in it....   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude Essays] 1163 words
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Solitude, Solidarity, and Sexuality in One Hundred Years of Solitude - Solitude, Solidarity, and Sexuality in One Hundred Years of Solitude Soledad in Spanish means more than our word "solitude," although it means that too. It suggests loneliness, the sense of being apart from others. Although ultimately each human being is alone, because there are parts of our experience we cannot share, some people are more solitary than others. The really solitary figures in this novel are those who deliberately cut themselves off from other humans. They are contrasted with characters who combat their solitude, by making strenuous efforts to reach out to others....   [tags: One Hundred Years Solitude Essays] 412 words
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The House Behind the Cedars by Charles W. Chesnutt - Neither white nor black people want to be poor, hungry, or unfair judgment put on them. However, being born with the blood of their parents, they have to live under different circumstances. Their lives are comfortable or struggled that depends on the kind of blood their parents give them. Especially, the mulattos who have mixed blood of white and black have more difficulties in life because of having multiple cultures. Indeed, the novel “the House Behind the Cedars” of Charles W. Chesnutt main message about race relation is that mulattos struggle dramatically in racial society of white, black, and mulatto their own kind people....   [tags: The House Behind the Cedars] 991 words
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One Hundred Years of Solitude/Cien Anos de Soledad : The Buendía Family - One Hundred Years of Solitude/Cien Anos de Soledad : The Buendía Family Bibliography w/3 sources The family is at the center of Latin American society. It provides a sense of stability amidst economic and political instability. Blood ties often become business contacts, and keeping in touch with as many relatives as possible is an economic advantage. The male is the dominant figure in Latin American families. He supports the family financially and decides the family's residence....   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude] 983 words
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Irony, Symbolism, and Imagery Reveal the Emptiness of War in One Hundred Years of Solitude - Irony, Symbolism, and Imagery Reveal the Emptiness of War in One Hundred Years of Solitude While most scholars have agreed that war is a real and significant part of human history, these same scholars have yet not reached a consensus on the characteristics of war. History books often lean toward glorifying war with stories of soldiers dying for their honor and homeland; novels, on the other hand, tend to point out the emptiness of war with stories of soldiers losing their youth and contact with the world....   [tags: One Hundred Years Solitude] 959 words
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A Twenty Year Armistice - Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the Allies’ Commander-in-Chief of World War I, once said upon the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, “This is not peace. It is an armistice for twenty years” (Churchill 7). Looking back on history, one realizes the validity of Foch’s statement. Approximately twenty years after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, another monstrous war overtook Europe. That war, World War II, appeared to have its origins in unresolved disputes from the first war. This raises the question of whether or not the treaty and the war have a strong connection, as Foch predicted they would....   [tags: The Treaty of Versailles, post WWI]
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Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House - When one reads Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll House for the first time, at first glance they may focus on the themes of interpersonal relationships and a variety of deceitful acts. However, during the third act it becomes apparent the controversial impact that A Doll House is going to have around the world for years to come. When Nora slams the door on her marriage and therefore her children, there was outrage around the world. According to A Doll’s House by David M. Galens and Lynn M. Spampinato, the critics could not believe that a woman would “voluntarily choose to sacrifice her children in order to seek her own identity.” In fact, Galens and Spampinato point out that Ibsen had to write an a...   [tags: A Doll’s House Essays] 2127 words
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