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The Return of Martin Guerre by Natalie Davis - The Return of Martin Guerre by Natalie Davis The Return of Martin Guerre written by Natalie Davis gives the audience a rare glimpse into the world of peasant life in sixteenth century France. It also allows a modern day audience a chance to examine and to compare their own identities and questions of self. What makes the story so interesting to modern day viewers and readers is how relevant the story and the people in it are to our own times. This story is about a history of everyday people rather than royalty and generals, history's usual subjects....   [tags: Natalie Davis Martin Guerre] 1452 words
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The Wife Of Martin Guerre - Arnaud du Tilh, a rogue and an impostor, deserved punishment for his crimes, and that is what he received. Arnaud, a man once thought by people to be unmistakably Martin Guerre, was sentenced to death. Perhaps in this day an age, a punishment such as this would be excessively severe, however in Arnaud's time it was considered just. A question can be asked whether Martin Guerre deserves such a punishment as well, because of his actions. Martin Guerre never broke any laws like that of Arnaud du Tilh, however in a moral sense, Martin's actions were down at Arnaud's level, perhaps even lower....   [tags: essays research papers] 461 words
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The Return of Martin Guerre - The Return of Martin Guerre Historian Natalie Zemon Davis wrote an informative novel about the lives of peasants in the sixteenth century. Entitled The Return of Martin Guerre, Davis tells a true story about a law suit against a man claiming to be someone he is not. She familiarizes the reader with peasantry, laws, and moral attitudes of the time. The story begins in 1527 with a family move from the French Basque country to the village of Artigat. There the Daguerre family settled and started a tileworks business; a prosperous business in the sixteenth century....   [tags: Natalie Zemon Davis French History Peasants] 829 words
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The Return of Martin Guerre - The Return of Martin Guerre The story was based in the early 1550's, a young peasant, Martin Guerre from Artigat had left his wife Bertrande and their son Sanxi and their inheritance to seek adventure in Spain as a mercenary. After leaving his family for nearly nine years a man claiming to be Martin returns to the village to claim his wife and land. Bertrande accepts the man as being her husband and they have another child together. Martin has a dispute with Pierre over the management of the family estate and ownership of the rents from Matins land during his absence....   [tags: Papers] 490 words
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Wife of Martin Guerre - Throughout my travels I had always been mistaken for Martin Guerre, that is how I have come to be here today. He was always spoken about with such respect. A dignified young man, from a well respected peasant family, it was a let down to me that I myself was not a respected man like this Martin. As these occurrences continued to happen I began to wonder about his life, why such a well respected man could leave his wife and son behind, I had been told that he had left his family in Artigues for many years, and they were waiting for his return....   [tags: essays research papers] 718 words
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The wife of martin guerre - “…how can I deny the truth?” Although Bertrande is well-intentioned, her actions bring misery to everyone. Discuss. The notion of Bertrande de Rols in The Wife of Martin Guerre as having good intentions suggests not only that she was mindful of her own feelings in her pursuit of the truth, but also of the feelings of others. However, Bertrande’s intentions were to cleanse her soul and absolve herself from sin by indicting the impostor, Arnaud du Tilh. Yet, she undertakes this task considering the despair it would inflict upon the mesnie....   [tags: essays research papers] 645 words
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Book Review of "The Return of Martin Guerre" - In The Return of Martin Guerre, one man's impersonation of an heir from an influential peasant family in the French village of Artigat ultimately leads to his public execution. The tale of Arnaud du Tilh alias Pansette (meaning "the belly") is full of ironies, not the least of which is his death at the hands of a man who by some accounts harbored some admiration for the quick-witted peasant. Set in a time and place where a hardly discernible line separated proper behavior from that which was grounds for death, du Tilh was guilty of more than one serious charge....   [tags: Book Reviews] 817 words
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The Imposter's Accomplice - ... To further establish Bertrande’s compliance in Arnaud’s deception, it is important to understand her physical relationship with the imposter, through which she came to decisively realize his false identity. Finlay criticizes Davis’s assertion that “By the time [Bertrande] had received [Arnaud] in her bed, she must have realized the difference; as any wife of Artigat would have agreed there is no mistaking ‘the touch of the man on the woman’ ”. Furthermore, Finlay believes that “Davis’s entire basis for claiming that [Bertrande] was in league with the imposter: that is, in sexual relations”....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Antigone - We are not what we are; we are who society recognizes us to be. The responses from society for our actions are what gives us our sense of self. Without other people your identity does not exist for it is society who acknowledges or denies the individual their identity. We are who society allows us to be. Society represents that which is more powerful than the individual. Society’s needs are always greater than the individual. The identity of the individual will suffer for stepping outside of the boundaries set by society for that individual....   [tags: essays research papers] 1860 words
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The Reality Of Bertrandes Innocence - It seems as though in today’s society, suspicion lies in every corner. No one trusts anyone anymore, everyone lies, everyone steals, everyone pretends to be someone they are not. However true or false these statements might be, there is a need in today’s society to be able to explain everything, coming up with every possible lie or predicament within every story. Natalie Davis is from today’s society, and once again, she has found the need to investigate Bertrande Guerre’s role within The Return of Martin Guerre....   [tags: essays research papers] 1552 words
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This Is Audie Murphy - This is Audie Murphy's life story. At the tender age of 12, he becomes the head of the family after his father deserts them. He joins the army at the age of 18 and through the course of the war is decorated for valor nine times thus becoming the most decorated combat soldier in World War II. Audie does one of the bravest acts any soldier ever did during the war. He climbs aboard a burning tank destroyer and single handedly keeps the enemy from advancing on his position. He spends almost an hour on top of the tank destroyer until his ammunition is exhausted....   [tags: essays research papers] 597 words
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New Negroes - ... This was a booming era for black novelists, poets, essayists, artists, and musicians. Poet Langston Hughes and novelist Zora Neale and Jessie Fauset are amongst the many blacks who took to the streets and enhanced their skills. Harlem was on the map with a new sound that not only attracted blacks but also urban whites. Jazz had arrived in Harlem nightclubs, many white owners employed black musicians to entertain mostly white crowds. 4. Kelley and Lewis, History of African Americans From 1880, 123....   [tags: Civil Rights]
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Qui est Archimède ? - Qui est Archimède . Il est un mathématicien et ingénieur grec né en 287 et mort en 212 avant J-C célèbre à la fois comme mécanicien théoricien et comme constructeur de machines. Å’uvre Archimède de Syracuse eut une production mathématique exceptionnelle, dont une partie nous est parvenue dans des traités comme Sur la sphère et le cylindre!; la Mesure du cercle!; la Quadrature de la parabole!; Des spirales!; Des conoïdes et sphéroïdes!; la Méthode!; la Construction de l'heptagone!; Sur les cercles mutuellement tangents!; l'Arénaire!; Des équilibres des figures planes!; Des corps flottants....   [tags: Papers] 853 words
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Elizabeth's French History Lesson - “Lizzy, perhaps a brief summary will provide the assessment required”, he sat back, considered those expressions to be used and thus continued. “The year 03 saw the Americans acquire a vast tract of land from France; you, my dear, may have, in fact, heard of the soi-disant Louisiana Purchase. Napoleon had, at the time, needed money so that he could muster sufficient force for his invasion of Britain; thus he sold, to the Americans, this swathe of French North America. This territory was so immense that overnight the United States had doubled in size....   [tags: Creative Writing] 1029 words
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Samuel Becket and Waiting for Godot - Waiting for Godot Samuel Becket and Waiting for Godot Samuel Barclay Beckett was Nobel Prize winning author, a modernist, the last true modernist according to many. He was born on Good Friday in April 13, 1906 in Dublin, Ireland, although the date is questioned by many to have actually been May 13. He was born into a prosperous family to Bill and May Beckett, two religious parents who were members of the protestant Church of Ireland. Nonetheless, Beckett had a very unhappy childhood filled with sadness, depression and lonesomeness which lead to many of his works referencing to human sorrow, suffering and individuality....   [tags: Biography ]
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World War I - ... Audoin-Rouzeau and Becker explain that while diseases were responsible for claiming the lives of one sixth of the soldiers who died in the Great War, it was significantly less than in previous conflicts; the majority of the deaths in World War I were violent deaths. (23) The men on the front lines faced the obvious violence of enemy fire, such as large shells and shrapnel that could easily dismember soldiers. (24) Another aspect of the harsh unprecedented brutality for the soldiers was the psychological effects, particularly on those soldiers who were sent to the front lines numerous times....   [tags: History, War, Informative] 1788 words
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Strategy Amidst Tactics - ... The Battle of Port Royal took place on November 1861 in South Carolina, with the sole purpose of establishing a Union blockade, as shown in the quotation “the attack had been to obtain a southern harbor of refuge where the blockading ships could be coaled, supplied, and repaired.” The main reason for this is because of its size and location; the port sits between Charleston and Savannah, Georgia and it has a large enough harbor to handle many ships at a time, with plenty of nearby land included....   [tags: Military Science]
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Crime and Punishment and Raskolnikov's article, On Crime - Crime and Punishment and Raskolnikov's article, "On Crime" Raskolnikov's article, "On Crime," is vital to the understanding of his beliefs. This article also has a profound effect on Crime and Punishment as a whole, the subject matter being one of the main themes of the novel. The idea of the "extraordinary man" is referred to literally throughout the book, but also notable is the subconscious effect the idea has on Raskolnikov. Sometimes Raskolnikov is not even aware of this influence. It is important to note originality, or the ability to "utter a new word," as a defining characteristic of the extraordinary man....   [tags: Crime Punishment Essays] 3487 words
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Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass - Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass “If it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be; but as it isn’t, it ain’t. That’s logic,” according to Tweedledee, a character in Lewis Carroll’s famous children’s work Through the Looking Glass (Complete Works 181). Of course, Lewis Carroll is most well known for that particular book, and maybe even more so for the first Alice book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The connection between Lewis Carroll and logic is less obvious for most people....   [tags: Literature Children Papers]
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The Assessed Causes Of The First World War - The Assessed Causes Of The First World War Long Term Causes And Arguments: In 1838, a agreement was formed to protect Belgium if attacked or invaded. Briton along with other major European powers signed this therefore dragging themselves into the First World War when Germany invaded Belgium to fight France. In 1848, Austria-Hungary under Franz Josef lost a war against France, beginning a long rivalry between the two countries. In 1860, Italy was founded which agravated Austria-Hungary as parts of ithe land had originally been owned by them....   [tags: history] 888 words
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Edgar Degas-en Francais - Edgar Degas Edgar Degas était un peintre impressionniste très important. Il s’est spécialisé en verticales des personnes, principalement danseurs de ballet. Degas n’etait pas simplement un impressionniste, parce qu’il est allé au delà de celui et est devenu un modèle pour l’avant-garde, aussi bien que pour Toulouse-Lautrec son palpeur, et Gaugin son admirateur. Les événements de la vie de Degas ne sont pas d’intérêt excessif ou romantique. Le 19 Juillet 1834 il était Hilaire Germaine nommé né Edgar de Gas à Paris....   [tags: essays research papers] 536 words
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John Marshall Harlan II - 	John Marshall Harlan II was born on May 20, 1899 in Chicago, Illinois. He was born to John Maynard Harlan, an attorney, and Elizabeth Flagg Harlan. John Marshall Harlan II came from a long line of political servants, of whom his grandfather is probably most notable. John Marshall Harlan I, whom John Marshall Harlan II was named after, sat on the Supreme Court as an Associate Justice from 1877 to 1911. Johan Marshall Harlan II is best remembered as the lone dissenter of the ‘separate but equal' defense to the upholding of Plessy v....   [tags: essays research papers] 866 words
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national Guard - What is The Pennsylvania Army National Guard. The Pennsylvania Army National Guard is a branch of the United States Army that is mostly used today for homeland security. Although the National Guard is not active like the Reserves or Active Duty Army, they still have the same requirements and same responsibility. More than 22,000 men and women make up the Pennsylvania National Guard and Air National Guard today. They reach from state quarters at Fort Indian Town Gap in Lebanon County to about 100 comunities in the commonwealth....   [tags: essays research papers] 980 words
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The Black Panther Tank Battalion - The 'Black Panther' Tank Battalion The 761st 'Black Panther' Tank Battalion was the first African-American armored unit to see combat. Before and during mobilization for World War II, officials in Washington, D.C., debated whether or not African-American soldiers should be used in armored units. Many military men and politicians believed that blacks did not have the brains, quickness or moral stamina to fight in a war. Referring to his World War I experiences, Colonel James A. Moss, commander of the 367th Infantry Regiment, 92nd Division, stated, "As fighting troops, the Negro must be rated as second-class material, this primarily to his inferior intelligence and lack of mental and moral qualities." Colonel Perry L....   [tags: essays research papers] 2858 words
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Joel-Peter Witkin - A partir des années 1970 qui marquent la fin de l’âge d’or du photojournalisme, de nombreux photographes, qu’ils soient autodidactes ou qu’ils aient bénéficié d’une formation spécialisée, examinent, assimilent et s’imprègnent tellement des recherches et des réussites de leurs prédécesseurs qu’ils les incorporent d’une façon ou d’une autre dans leur propre création. Joel-Peter Witkin, qui a visité les musées depuis son adolescence et qui a étudié l’histoire de la photographie à l’Université du Nouveau-Mexique, est certainement l’une des figures les plus emblématiques de ces générations d’après la Deuxième Guerre mondiale qui reconnaissent leurs héritages et leurs filiations....   [tags: essays research papers] 432 words
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Women Composers Concert Report - The first work was played was called Suite: 3 Airs, composed by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1666-1729) from the Baroque period. This piece had a very stepwise and conjunct melody. The key was mostly bright and major. The harmony was a bit resolving and consonant. The polyphonic texture was recognizable because of the multiple melodies playing together. The tempo of this piece was very constant and remained allegretto throughout. The dynamics was mezzo forte or moderately loud. The formal structure was in the ternary form in which the main idea of the piece was repeating after a small contrast in the middle....   [tags: Music] 1317 words
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Classical vs. Modern Music - Classical vs. Modern Music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Austria. He was born to an overbearing and ambitious father, Leopold, who was more than anxious to exploit his son's extraordinary musical gifts. Mozart began composing at an early age, and he began touring around the same time. Throughout his life, Mozart made many enemies, many his own fault, through his naive arrogance and harsh critique of his musical contemporaries. He worked feverishly, composing symphonies and operas, as well as touring constantly....   [tags: Papers] 1068 words
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Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle - Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle *Missing Works Cited* Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle was born on November 22, 1890 in Lille, France to two Catholic parents, Henri and Jeanne de Gaulle. He cherished reading stories. Even more so, de Gaulle liked the stories that were about war heroes. He even played war with his friends. When he played war, he demanded to represent France (Early life de Gaulle). The de Gaulle family was originally formed in Northern France for five centuries back, before Charles Andre de Gaulle....   [tags: Papers] 892 words
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Biography of Yaseer Arafat - Biography of Yasser Arafat (1929-2004) Mohammed Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa Al-Husseini, more commonly known as Yasser Arafat was the fifth of seven children born to a Palestinian textile merchant on August 24, 1929. According to Arafat and other sources, he was born in Jerusalem, however, French biographers, Christophe Boltanski and Jihan El-Tahri revealed in their 1997 book, Les sept vies de Yasser Arafat, that he was actually born in Cairo, Egypt, and that is where his birth certificate was registered....   [tags: essays research papers] 4910 words
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Language in Beowulf - So many languages, so many cultures. So many people, so many minds. One of the hardest things for humans to interpret is language, especially if the language they are interpreting is one they are not primarily familiar to the language they are interpreting. A result of this is a myriad of interpretations, each with their own individual ‘twist’ depending on the translator. This applies immensely when it comes to the ancient but timeles epic poem Beowulf. Beowulf was written in Old English by an unknown author between the centuries of 800 AD and 1000 AD....   [tags: Epic Poems, Grendel, Anglo-Saxon] 757 words
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Understanding Bullying and Victimization During Childhood and Adolescence - ... Those who are not familiar in the field would not understand these terms or the study. Someone who is knowledgeable in the social science field would understand this study, which is why the authors use this specialized vocabulary (Guerra, et al. 2011). Purpose of The Study: The purpose of this study was to conduct research on bullying and victimization, to see how it varies by age and gender and to also help with bullying and victimization prevention in schools. The authors published this study so that other researchers and those in the social sciences field can use it for their own purposes....   [tags: Social Studies, child development]
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Varying Rationales and Ethical Frameworks for Punishment - ... Gillman (488 F.2d 1136 [1973]). In the ruling treatment was defined as standard and accepted practices which could reasonably result in a “cure.” (Pollock, 2010: 323) Some prison programs that may induce behavior change are educational courses, vocational training, religious services, therapy sessions and self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Antipsychotic medications may also be administered to inmates as a means to eliminate dysfunctional behavior. Pollock (2010: 317) states that the rationale for punishment comes from the social contract, a concept developed by Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) and John Locke (1632-1704)....   [tags: Criminal Justice System, Punishment] 2126 words
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The Impact of American Colonial Rule on Puerto Rican Society - The Impact of American Colonial Rule on Puerto Rican Society In 1982 a journalist by the name of Luis Lòpez Nieves published an article in La Claridad, a well-respected pro-independence news weekly in Puerto Rico. The article revealed new information concerning the history of the American invasion of Puerto Rico. According to Nieves the U.S. did not raid the island on July 25, 1898, rather a few days earlier in a town called Seva. Apparently in this town the people did not only resist the Americans but defeated the Americans by forcing them back to sea, where they then decided to reenter the island through Guanica on July 25, 1898....   [tags: American History]
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Gandhi y la Independencia India - Gandhi y la Independencia India Durante la primera guerra mundial, la India le brindo su apoyo a Gran Bretaña. Alrededor de un millón de soldados Indios fueron enviados a pelear al lado de los Británicos. Poderosos príncipes Indios contribuyeron económicamente en grandes cantidades a los Británicos. Los Indios pensaron que su lealtad seria recompensada con su libertad de Estado. En 1917, Gran Bretaña le había prometido a la India que su libertad de Estado serian consagradas en varias fases. Después de la guerra en 1919, El Acta del Gobierno de la India le concedió diversos poderes a las legislaturas provinciales, pero los Británicos se quedaron con mayores derechos que los Indios....   [tags: Spanish Essays] 1341 words
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An Account of the Nicaraguan Revolution - An Account of the Nicaraguan Revolution 1. Augusto Cesar Guerra's dark eyes suddenly lose the cordial and pragmatic aspect they had sustained during the initial minutes of our conversation. His gaze then slowly shifts from my own eyes to the ceiling and, not being fixed on a specific point, it begins to drift, seemingly toward a region by far removed from the present place and time. 2. “So you want to know about the Revolution,” he utters as if from a distance, his appearance acquiring a thoughtful expression that unveils a man who, asked to recall unsettling events, is forced to evoke the pain caused by wounds healed long before....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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The Effect of American Colonialism on Puerto Rico's Identity - The Effect of American Colonialism on Puerto Rico's Identity The Pandora’s box of information that I have discovered about Puerto Rico under early U.S rule provide some fascinating details on the background of contradictions that characterize debates on the political, economic and social issues concerning the island. Since its invasion in 1898, the United States has shaped the policies of the island according to its own discretion in spite of the people of Puerto Rico. The country did not have time to shed the skin of Spanish colonial rule before the United States set foot on the island to add its own layer of imperial legacy....   [tags: Puerto Rico History Historical Essays]
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Criminal Minds - ... Cozic, editor Gangs Opposing Viewpoints 119, but this view is not persuasive because individual moral responsibility is at the head of the criminal justice system and youth crime cannot be clarified as a coincidence of racism and oppression, as stated by (Cozic 118). Additionally, because a person lives in a gang infested neighborhood does not automatically mean the person will become affiliated with gangs, hence criminal activity. For example, if a family of three children lived on the streets of Compton and one of the three joined a gang, why would anyone say this is a social issue when the other two siblings did not join the gang....   [tags: Crime ]
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The Case of the Black Donnellys - The case of the so-called “Black Donnellys” is indicative of social and community relations during the nineteenth century in Upper Canada. Characterized by frontier agriculture, a growing but weak authority structure, and an influx of emigration, mob justice complemented the legal system nefariously. The arson of the Donnelly's home, as well as James Senior's imprisonment demonstrate the role of these two powers in society. I will argue that Upper Canada during the mid to late nineteenth century reacted to increased crime with both community power, in the form of vigilante justice, and legitimate authority, in the form of the penitentiary system; this uptick in crime coincided with settlement of the land by British emigrants....   [tags: Sociology ]
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The Racial Struggles of Puerto Ricans - The Racial Struggles of Puerto Ricans Another large component of Puerto Ricanness is Race. All of the different cultures that have throughout history combined to form Puerto Rico effect their nationality, history, lifestyles, traditions, music, and foods. The "discovery" or infiltration of the island of Borinquen (or Puerto Rico as it was later renamed) in 1493 by Spain resulted in the decimation of the native Taino population. With the loss of an immediate source of cheap labor to work the fields for their sugar cane industry, they introduced African culture into the region by importing slaves to replace the Taino field workers....   [tags: Race Racial Culture Essays]
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Child Aggression in School Settings - ... Once a bullying cycle is initiated, it can become very difficult to put to an end. In many cases, an individual's approach to conflict resolution poses a big problem for established bullying situations. This is due to the fact that some children may have learned conflict resolution through avoidance, while others may believe that reciprocating aggression is an appropriate method for solving interpersonal conflicts (Orpinas & Horne, 2006). Bullying is most likely to occur in social situations when peers are present....   [tags: Childhood Psychology]
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Bullying Literature Review - ... Campfield (2006) also investigated this relationship, reporting that of the 119 students who were traditional bullies, 61% were harassing victims through electronic means as well. Similar to the bully/cyberbully connection, the anonymity of cyberbullying leads one to believe that traditional victims may seek revenge by becoming bullies in the cyber world. Campfield’s study also revealed that 57% of students who identified themselves as traditional victims took on the cyberbully role as well (2006)....   [tags: Literature Review ]
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Eliminating Deficits: Finding the Promise in Teachers - ... Worse, deficit thinking is not even limited to actual deficits. Many previous works have noted that deficit thinking tends to emphasize differences as deficiencies, which can result in a perceived inability of the ‘deficient’ individual to achieve highly. One group of researchers offer a series of examples that demonstrate how—due to a lack of cultural understanding—differences can be held up as deficits; specifically, they wrote that “verve and movement (tactile and kinesthetic preferences) may be (mis)interpreted hyperactivity; an affective orientation may be (mis)interpreted as immaturity, irrationality, and low cognitive ability; and communalism may be (mis)interpreted as social dependency and immaturity” (Ford, Harris, Tyson & Frazier Trotman, 2002, p....   [tags: Education, philosophy of education]
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Le Monde des Jeunes - French Essay - Le Monde des Jeunes - French Paper Pour celebrer notre centieme anniversaire on fera un reportage especial, dans lequel on va faire une comparaison entre Londre et Paris. !!!Londres contre Paris!!. Mon experience personelle de Paris etait un peu limitee donc j'y ai visite seulemont une fois. Mais je connais Londre comme mes poches. Le deux sont des villes tres anciennes avec beaucoup de monuments historiques. Paris a ete fonde au temps des Celtes, et Londres a ete fonde au temps des Romains....   [tags: French Essay] 708 words
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Eliminating Racism in French Football - French Essay - Eliminating Racism in French Football - French Essay Racisme c'est quoi. Racisme et xénophobie, comportements discriminatoires envers une personne ou un groupe de personnes en raison de son appartenance à une nation, une ethnie, une race ou une religion. Le racisme reposant sur la théorie de l'infériorité d'une certaine catégorie de personne. Le racisme serait donc un sentiment de supériorité d'une race sur une autre . … de supériorité d'une "quoi" sur une "quoi" ....   [tags: Papers] 546 words
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Early American Rule of Puerto Rico - Early American Rule of Puerto Rico Ideally Puerto Rico was to mold itself into the perfect American product. Politically Puerto Rico was to remain inferior by following American rules and regulations that restricted the liberties of the people. Economically it was expected to provide capitol growth for the United States while neglecting the popular masses. Through the process of Americanization, the hope was to create a second America on the island. Here the people would look to the mainland for inspiration and more importantly guidance....   [tags: Puerto Rican History Historical Essays]
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