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An Analysis of Jean Toomer's Cane

- An Analysis of Jean Toomer's Cane       In the prose fiction Cane: Jean Toomer uses the background of the Black American in the South to assist in establishing the role of the modernist black writer.  While stylistic characteristics such as ambiguity of words and the irony of the contradictory sentences clearly mask this novel as a modernist work.   Toomer draws upon his experiences and his perspective of the life of Blacks in Georgia to create a setting capable of demonstrating the difficulties facing the twentieth-century Black author.  This presentation is both vivid and straightforward and while acknowledges the fall of slavery, it also examines the after-effects which remain...   [tags: Toomer Cane Essays]

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Use of Imagery in Jean Toomer's Cane

- Use of Imagery in Jean Toomer's Cane Dusk. It is that darker side of twilight when the sun has just set, but the moon has yet to take full charge. It is a time of mergings, of vagueness and ambiguity, when an end and a beginning change places. The sun steps aside and lets the moon and stars take over for a while. As the most pervasive image in the first section of Jean Toomer's Cane, it is the time of day when "[t]he sky, lazily disdaining to pursue/The setting sun, too indolent to hold/ A lengthened tournament for flashing gold,/Passively darkens" ("Georgia Dusk," 15)....   [tags: Toomer Cane Essays]

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A Look at the Character Karintha in Jean Toomer's Cane

- A Look at the Character Karintha in Jean Toomer's Cane Jean Toomer's Cane begins with a vignette entitled "Karintha" about a young woman who grows up too quickly. The first paragraph tell us that "men had always wanted her, this Karintha, even as child...." From the description that is presented, it appears that she was always beautiful and desirous to men, even when she was a mere child. Men of all ages wanted her from the time she was young - the young men couldn't wait until she was old enough to court, while the old men wished they could get younger instead of older as time went by so that they might have a chance with Karintha....   [tags: Toomer Cane Essays]

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The Development Of Sugar Cane Alley

- ... Therefore, many of them had to employ freshly arrived settlers from the mother country (France) who were contracted to labour for a fixed number of years. Often, these workers were servants in debt, petty criminals, political and religious nonconformists, labour organizers, and different types of political prisoners. These contracted French labourers, called engagés (indentured servants) , represented a vital contribution to the labour needs of the colonies; however, for the colonists in Martinique, more labour than was readily available was needed....   [tags: Slavery, Caribbean, Atlantic slave trade]

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Louisiana Sugar Cane Industry

- The intriguing concept of supply and demand in the Louisiana sugar cane industry would be described as resilience. Louisiana’s sugar industry dates back to the turn of the 18th century. How can such a bountiful crop have such a stagnant return. One example of resilience is the sugar factory M.A. Patout and sons. This is the oldest and largest sugar factory in Louisiana that is still family owned and operated. The factory was originally founded in 1825 as a wine vineyard, being later converted to a sugar plantation due to south Louisiana’s subtropical climate....   [tags: supply, economy, sales]

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Cane Valley

- Cane Valley was a quiet town can say to calm for someone with some kind of ambition or vanity particular . Many said that those born in Cane Valley would not get very far because the city was located only 784 feet above sea level . But of course , this was all a joke. Public comments , in a town with about 1,500 inhabitants . In these places you all know what happens to everyone . John was not out. All friends of Cane Valley wrote to him asking what he had in Georgia , as were the girls , if the cars were faster than those of Kentucky and other absurdities ....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Cane Valley

- Cane Valley was a calm city, it is possible to say even peaceful for someone with some type of ambition or particular vanity. Many people were saying that who is born in Cane Valley distant much would not arrive because the city was located only on 784 feet above the sea level. But it is clear, completely this was a joke. Common comments, in a city with approximately 1,500 inhabitants. At these places they all know what it happens with all world. John was not staying from the outside. All the friends of Cane Valley were writing for him asking what had in Georgia, as they were the girls, if the cars were more fast than those of Kentucky and other absurdity....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Race and Society in Jean Toomer's Cane

- The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual and literary period of growth promoting a new African American cultural identity in the United States. The decade between 1920 and 1930 was an extremely influential span of time for the Black culture. During these years Blacks were able to come together and form a united group that expressed a desire for enlightenment. This renaissance allowed Blacks to have a uniform voice in a society based upon intellectual growth. The front-runners of this revival were extremely focused on cultural growth through means of intellect, literature, art and music....   [tags: racism, african american, Harlem Renaissance]

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The Discovery Of The Sugar Cane Thousands Of Years

- ... What people didn’t realize is that the movement allowed sugar to slip under the radar and allowed sugar to slowly consume us from the inside. In 2014, the Australian actor Damon Gameau won a short-film competition and was given the opportunity to make a feature film. Before he knew it, he was turning away from his healthy life style and began staring straight into a sugary abyss. During this 60 day experiment, Damon tested the effects of processed sugar on his body while he consumed a whopping 40 teaspoons of sugar a day....   [tags: Obesity, Nutrition, Sugar, Cancer]

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Analysis of the Australian Cane Toad

- Analysis of the Australian Cane Toad The cane toad, Bufo marinus, or giant toad, was introduced to Australia by the sugar cane industry with government sanction, in order to control two specific pests of sugar cane. The grey backed cane beetle and the frenchie beetle. Native to Central and South America, the cane toad has been introduced to several Pacific islands as well. One hundred and one toads arrived at Edmonton in North Queensland in June 1935. About 11 sugar growing locations in northern and central coastal Queensland received authorized shipments....   [tags: Papers]

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Sugar Cane: Past and Present

- Sugar Cane: Past and Present Sugar cane is composed of six species of perennial grasses of the genus Saccharum L., in tribe Andropogoneae of the Gramineae. There are two wild species, S. spontaneum L. and S. robustum Brandes & Jeswiet ex Grassl, and 4 cultivated species, S. officinarum L., S. barberi Jeswiet, S. sinense Roxb., and S. edule Hassk. (Purseglove 1979). The four cultivated species are complicated hybrids, and all intercross readily. All commercial canes grown today are inter-specific hybrids (Wrigley 1982)....   [tags: Botany]

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Sugar Cane Alley Directed by Euzhan Palcy

- “Sugar Cane Alley” directed by Euzhan Palcy was filmed in Martinique in 1983; a period after slavery was abolished. The film tells the story of 11years orphan, Jose, who was born on a French-speaking island of Martinique. The living condition of Jose and other characters in the film reflects many of the same ideologies of slavery from many years before. This paper will summarize the whole film and will additionally highlight some of the Caribbean themes covered in the course. In Martinique, almost everyone works in a sugar cane field....   [tags: film anlaysis]

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Slave Labor in the Sugar Cane Plantation System

- Slavery was a cruel institution used worldwide to exploit and dehumanize a certain group of people. African slave trade and slavery is an ingrained part of European colonization. Many European nations enslaved Africans. The first to enslaved Africans were the Portuguese, followed by the Dutch, English, French and lastly the Spanish. Slavery came about because Indian labor declined and was scarce. A demand for forced labor was created and the Spanish Crown turned to Africa Slaves were seem as inferior and were at the bottom of the hierarchy based on race....   [tags: sugar mills and sugar industry, Cuba]

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Lalita Tademy´s Cane River and My Mom

- The story of “Cane River” follows the lives of three woman; Suzette, Philomene, and Emily. These woman experience many hardships, and tragedies throughout their lives, but through it all they still find a way for their family to prosper. I chose this story to write about because there was one woman “Cane River” that reminded me my mother. Suzettes mother Elisabeth is the one who made the lives of all these woman possible. She isn’t really mentioned, and she is kind of invisible, but has her say-so’s throughout the story....   [tags: Experiences, Mother, Daughter]

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Effects Of Sugar Cane On The Country Of The United States

- In the Caribbean, Cuba is the largest island ranking as the seventeen largest in the world. It has low hills and fertile valleys that cover half of the country. Its mountains divide the country in western, central, and eastern regions with Pico Turquino as the highest mountain peak (1,974m). The humid and tropical climate of Cuba facilitates the production of agriculture; sugar cane is the most vital crop in the country, which happens to be its largest export. Other crops in production on the island are Tobacco as the second largest export, oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, rice, plantains, bananas, potatoes, sweet potatoes and others....   [tags: Cuba, Fidel Castro, Raúl Castro]

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Jean Toomer

- Jean Toomer's family was not typical of migrating African Americans settling in the North, or fleeing the South. Each of his maternal grandparents were born of a caucasian father. But a "speck of Black makes you Black." Thus, Toomer's grandfather, Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchback, was a free born black, a Union officer in the Civil War and was elected to the office of Lieutenant Governor and later Acting Governor of Louisiana during Reconstruction. The Pinchback's retired north and settled in the Negro community of the capitol....   [tags: Cane]

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Comparing the Blues and Jean Toomer's Cane

- Comparing the Blues and Jean Toomer's Cane "The difference between the possibility of Black life and the Reality of Black Life is the Blues" (McKeever 196) Debate centers around the structure of Jean Toomer's introspective work Cane. Whether viewed as a novel or a collection of short stories and poems, the impressions are poignant and compelling. They are full of passion and depict a writer casting a critical eye towards himself and his surroundings....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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The Effects of the Sugar Beet Cultivation on Cane Sugar

- In the early nineteenth century, the West Indian Sugar Industry suffered as a result of the cultivation of the sugar beet. In the following essay, I will explain the effects that the cultivation of the sugar beet had on the production of cane sugar. According to an article Sugar Beet from the Encarta Online, Blockade of Continental ports during the Napoleonic Wars cut off the supply of sugar cane from the West Indies and favored a development of an alternative source of sugar and the sugar beet was developed in Europe in the eighteenth century....   [tags: World History]

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The Modern Experience in Jean Toomer’s Cane

- Jean Toomer’s Cane elucidates the complicated racial plight of early twentieth century America. His assumably conscientious attempt to consider a social panacea is belied only by the appearance that the entire work fails to provide any direct solution to the modern experience. There exists, however, a referential significance that realigns his project with messages of Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio, an earlier work from the modernist canon. A close reading of Cane’s structure and thematic content suggests that the importance of sophistication and companionship found in Winesburg, Ohio epitomize the aspirations of modern maturity that Toomer recognized....   [tags: Toomer American Modernism]

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A Technical and Economic Review of Australian Energy Technology Assessment (2012) Findings on Sugar Cane Waste Power Plants

- 1. OVERVIEW 1.1 Australian Energy Technology Assessment 2012/2013 The bureau of resources and energy economics (BREE) in collaboration with other governmental and private organizations conducted a technical and economic review of different electricity generation technologies called the Australian energy technology assessment. This report first published in 2012 is to be followed by biannual updates. The purpose of the report is to forecast the technical and economic aspects of 40 different electricity generation technologies under Australian conditions, herby presenting cost estimates to planners and investors....   [tags: alternative fuel sources]

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Similarities and Differences between the film White Zombie, and W.B Seabrook’s short story "Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields"

- Victor Harplin’s black and white film, White Zombie, and W.B Seabrook’s short story, “Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields”, both were produced in the early twentieth century and were among the first works to capture the nature of the zombie. The zombie being a unique monster, it originated in the folkloric and ritual practices of the New World, specifically in the Republic of Haiti (The Sub-Subaltern Monster). They both centralize around Zombies, however they do differ in the way that they are portrayed....   [tags: Haiti, Zombies]

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High Fructose Corn Syrup and Cane Sugar Industries Introduction

- High Fructose Corn Syrup and Cane Sugar Industries Introduction In my previous paper I did my research on the history, production, and trade of cane sugar that was mostly produced in the United States. On our study abroad trip to Mexico we saw some sugar cane fields from the road, but we did get to tour any of the farms or see any sugar processing factories. So I was thinking to myself how I am going to write a paper on sugar cane in Mexico if I never experienced any of it while I was down there....   [tags: Agriculture Agricultural Mexico Papers]

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Cane River by Lalita Tademy

- Initially, Elisabeth is the matriarch of the four generations of women talked about in the story. Elisabeth works in the house, but she’s married to a field slave and has three daughters. Not much insight is given on Elisabeth and her feelings, yet through the narration it is as if she lived vicariously through her youngest daughter, Suzette: “It was as if her mother were the one who had just had her first communion not Suzette” (20) Even though Elisabeth too worked in the house, Suzette had more privileges than her mother and the other slaves....   [tags: elizabeth, suzette]

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Jean Toomer- An African American Writer

- Jean Toomer was an African American writer. He was known as the leading American writer of the 1920s after he established his book "Cane" which inspired authors of the Harlem Renaissance. Jean Toomer was born on December 26, 1894 as Nathan Pinchback Toomer. His mother was the governor of Louisiana during Reconstruction and the first U.S. governor of African American descent (Jones 1). In 1985, Toomer's father abandoned him and his mother. He forced them to live with his mother cruel father in Washington....   [tags: Leading American Writer, Cane, Harlam Rennaissance]

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If You Want to View Paradise

- If You Want to View Paradise When the sugar cane burned a thick pillar of black smoke twisted and grew up from the fields. The beanstalk of cloud was seen from anywhere on the island and for an afternoon everyone stopped their chores, their cars, their machines to exhale at the desecrating monster. The fire lifted soil, plant debris, worker's gloves and t-shirts forgotten in the fields, insects and rats, children forgotten in the fields, all charred to ash, into the air, stirred it up and threw it back to earth to be interpreted by a more creative voodoo....   [tags: Personal Narrative Cane Fields Papers]

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Sugar Cane Alley: Caribbean Nations' Exploitation

- Slavery, Colonialism and Neo- colonialism had caused immeasurable damage to billions of people throughout the world. The slave trade involved the brutal relocation of hundred-millions of people in which families, communities and societies were destroyed and millions lose their lives in harsher conditions. In the meantime, slavery became the fundamental element, which strengthened retail trade and the fast gathering of capital constructed the groundwork of development of the capitalist system. Colonialism further caused the oppression of enslaved people by capturing their lands and subjecting them to the rule of colonial powers....   [tags: slavery, colonialism and Neo-Colonialism]

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Literary Analysis of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson

- ... Although, Utterson would love to engage in a casual drink as well as attend a theatre performance, but he cannot because of the respectable reputation he needs to constantly maintain. Ultimately, they are expected to hide and conceal their bad habits from the rest of the society, which shows that human nature has two sides to everyone. The rising actions of the novel occur when the antagonist, Edward Hyde, tramples and kills a man of the parliament on the dark streets of East London. The action was much worse than the trampling of the young girl on the street that occurred within the earlier chapters....   [tags: london, tone, cane]

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Business Process Re-engineering at Lanka Sugar Company

- 1. Introduction 1.1 Company background Sevenagala sugar factory is one of the sugar factories managed by the Lanka sugar company (Pvt) Ltd. Sevenagala sugar factory located at a rustic village called Sevanagala in the Uva province. Sugar cane cultivation in Sevenagala has been carried out since 1985. Apart from the nucleus estates managed by the Sevanagala factory, sugar cane has been cultivated by farmers under both irrigated and rain fed conditions, with the help of inputs and other services provided by the factory....   [tags: Business process Re-engineering ]

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Sugar Extraction from Sugar Canes

- 1. How industries produce sugar from a sugar cane. Are there multiple ways. Where does it come from. What are the steps. Industries have many different methods of producing sugar from sugar canes. Firstly, Industries buy sugar canes from the various countries and send the canes to a sawmill. Thirdly, the sawmill grinds the sugar cane. Then, the industry boils the sugar cane juice until it turns into syrup. Then the syrup is run through a centrifuge, which removes molasses from the top of the syrup....   [tags: science experiment]

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Taking a Closer Look at Toads

- Amphibians date back to the Mesozoic period which is when the first fossil was found. The largest group of amphibians (Harvey Pough, 2001) toads has been a major part of our ecosystem but has also been harmful. They consume anything that goes into their mouths and are very harmful to house animals such as dogs, cats and other that are considered as pets. Invasive species such as the cane toad was introduced to help stabilize the ecosystem of the cane larvae that was eating all of the can leaves and causing the farmers their crops....   [tags: amphibian animals]

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Comparing the Anatomy of a Rat to a Toad

- Aim The aim is to compare the integumentary systems and the digestive systems of a rat to that of a cane toad. Introduction The Integumentary system is defined by Adam.com, Inc. as an extensive system compromising of skin, hair, nails along with sweat and sebaceous glands. It also includes specialized nerve receptors which alert us to changes around us such as touch, cold, heat, pain, and pressure. These organs help in the way that they protect internal structures, protects against entry of diseases, temperature regulation and excretion through perspiration (2001)....   [tags: anatomy and physiology, biology, veterinary]

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The Benefits of the Sugarcane Crop

- 1. Introduction Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) is perennial herb plants belongs to Poaceae family, and has been widely cultivated on tropical and subtropical regions globally. Sugarcane is genetically complex crop that possesses highly variable chromosome number (octaploid; x = 10; 8x = 80). Being highly cross pollinated in nature, this crop requires specific, hot and humid climate for flowering (Gill et al, 2006). It is mainly propagated vegitatively by stem cutting and it gives many tillers at the bottom of the stool....   [tags: economy, prosperity, cultivation, stagnant]

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Compare and contrast the ways In which Grace Nichols represents The

- Compare and contrast the ways In which Grace Nichols represents The theme of slavery in her poems I coming back and sugar cane. The two poems written by Grace Nichols are similar because both of them are about slavery. But they are very different in some ways like "I coming back" is about getting revenge and "sugar cane" is about the suffering of slaves. The styles of the poems are different from each other. This essay will try to explore these poems similarities and differences. The two poems content is different but their subject is the same....   [tags: English Literature]

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Why is Hawaii so Popular?

- “O beauteous Isles in midway sea, Thou ocean gems of priceless pearls, Where tepid rain and gentle breeze Around thy vales and mountains curl, And noontime sun of brightest gold With brilliant light doth thee enfold.” This is a poem about the beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Hawaii has geographic features unlike any other state in America. The Hawaiian Islands portray an unique landscape. The island of Maui has many places to go see and visit but its hard to miss the wildlife and trees and all the flowers....   [tags: wildlife, tourism, resources]

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The Early Modern Atlantic Economy Edited by J. McCusker and K. Morgan

- ... A sugar boom is similar to a sugar revolution, but it does not change things as swiftly or drastic as a sugar revolution instead it just boosts the economy and gradually brings about change. S.B. Schwartz quotes in his book that “the second was the emergence in Barbados of a new way of organizing production that was eventually to change but not revolutionize the sugar industry”. The sugar boom occurred when the tobacco and cotton industry failed to bring profits into the country and the Dutch saw an opportunity to expand and make money knowing there was a great demand for sugar in Europe, so they introduced sugar cane cultivation to Barbados and the other Caribbean islands....   [tags: brazil and the caribbean, sugar revolution]

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All Biofuels Are Not Created Equal by David Tilman and Jason Hill

- ... Jason Hill is an Assistant Professor in Bioproducts and Biosystems engineering. He is currently focusing his research on how the global biofuels industry will affect climate change, land use, biodiversity, and human well-being. Hill has also published his work on the life cycle impacts of transportation biofuels. He received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Harvard and his doctorate in plant biological sciences from the University of Minnesota. This article was written for general readers to inform them of biofuels and how they can be much more effective....   [tags: footprint, ecological, refineries]

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Bernarda Alba And Medea: Created Millenia Apart, Yet So Similar

- Most people would define a great female protagonist as intelligent, strong minded and willing to fight for what she believes in. Both Bernarda Alba from Federico Garcia Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba and Medea by Euripides fit this description. One is a tyrannical mother who imposes her choices on her five daughters, the other is arguably the strongest non-Olympian woman in all of Greek mythology. If we take a closer look, we notice that these two characters have many things in common. From their positions of strength, to the masculine aspects of their personalities; from the way they deal with situations to the part they play in the deaths of their children....   [tags: House Of Bernarda Alba Federico Garcia Lorca Medea]

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The Heart Of Cardiac Vascular System

- On the contrary, in amphibians such as the cane toad, Rhinella Marina, the heart consists of only three chambers: two atria and one ventricle . The four chambered heart differs from the three chambered heart in that the two ventricle system keeps the oxygenated blood completely separated from the deoxygenated blood, whereas the three chambered heart has one single ventricle that pumps both oxygenated and deoxygenated blood out of the heart, allowing for partial mixing between oxygen rich and oxygen poor blood....   [tags: Heart, Acetylcholine]

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Figurative Language in the Poem Parsley by Rita Dove

- ... We are exposed to his opulent way of life and the tortured and dark thoughts that flow through his head. The contrast between the titles of the two passages is stark. The term “Palace” connotes luxury and nobility, while “The Cane Fields” connotes a hot and unpleasant place where lower class workers toil at manual labor for little or no compensation (Dove). The “Palace” portion of the poem attempts to provide insight into the general’s decision to kill the migrant workers (Dove). The narrator tells us about the general’s mother and how he is mourning her death....   [tags: Migrant, Worker, Dictator]

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The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

- In Junot Diaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, he is telling the story of a Dominican family but mainly about the son, Oscar de Leon. The book opens with the story of Oscar as a child and him having two girlfriends at the same time. The older people in town see him as a ladies man and encourage him. The boy and the two girls all break up and his life seemed to be on a steady decline since then. He grows up to become a nerdy, fat, and awkward adolescence with few friends and even less interest from girls....   [tags: Junot Diaz's story]

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Cuba 's Great Blessing And Curse

- Sugar has been Cuba 's great blessing and curse all at once, just as much as it’s indigenous people, convenient location, size, tropical climate and rich soil. Cuba’s sugar frontier was able to develop due to its environment, technology, and slave labor availability and became an everyday lifestyle for the people that inhabited it. When Christopher Columbus and his crew landed on the coast of Cuba in 1492, he described the valleys and mountains “full of tall, cool trees that it was a glory to see,” landscapes in which on saw “ everything full of palm trees groves.” Even Bartolome de Las Casas, affirmed that all was a “flat land full of woods and glades.” Less than two decades later the colon...   [tags: Slavery, Caribbean, Slavery in the United States]

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The Representation of Women in Some Like It Hot and Alien 3

- The Representation of Women in Some Like It Hot and Alien 3 This essay will be about how women are and have been represented in films in the past and how they are represented nowadays. I will be looking at the roles and representations of women in 'Some Like It Hot' and 'Alien 3'. 'Some Like It Hot' was made in 1958. Marilyn Monroe starts in the comedy as Sugar Cane who is a very feminine musician. 'Alien 3' on the other hand was made 40 years after and is a sci-fi horror. Sigourney Weaver is the star of the film and plays the character Lt....   [tags: Papers]

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Determining if Bagasse Contributes to Belize Electricity Resource

- Determining if Bagasse Contributes to Belize Electricity Resource Graphics Missing Boyle states that “Bioenergy is the general term for energy derived from materials such as wood, straw, or animal waste, which were once living material”(p 106). The energy stored in a living organism even when it’s dead is known as biofuel. This fuel is capable of producing energy. A biomass used for creating bioenergy in Belize is bagasse. The bagasse that is produced in Belize is created by the Belize Sugar Industries....   [tags: Renewable Energy Environment Essays Papers]

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My Work as an Interaction between Art and Technology

-    Situated on the top floor, the art classroom rarely has visitors. In the largely emptied room, a boy sits in the corner, surround by paint, brushes, and any art supply one can think of. Hands covered in dry paint and deeply immersed in his work, only here can he be himself. He spent most of his highschool times in this room. During that period he decided to pursue a career in art. Back in my cube, designing away at the new graphic user interface, I recall when I dreamed of becoming an artist....   [tags: statement of purpose]

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What's Blackbirding and Blackbirding Shootings

- Blackbirding is the practice of enslaving people onto ships, usually through the use of deception and bribery, especially the inhabitants from the South Pacific Islands, and then transporting them to the sugar cane and cotton plantations, particularly in Queensland, Australia, to work as labourers. This practice was not limited to the blackbirding in Queensland, Australia, and had already occurred on the Chincha Islands in Peru. This dreadful practice occurred predominantly between the 1860’s and 1904....   [tags: deception, bribery, ships, enslaving]

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The Harlem Renaissance

- The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual and literary period of growth promoting a new African American cultural identity in the United States. The years of 1920 and 1990 and “were clear peak periods of African American cultural production.” During these years blacks were able to come together and form a united group that expressed a desire for enlightenment. “It is difficult not to recognize the signs that African Americans are in the midst of a cultural renaissance” (English 807). This renaissance allowed Blacks to have a uniform voice in a society based upon intellectual growth....   [tags: Sociology ]

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What´s Blackbirding Practice?

- Blackbirding is the practice of enslaving people onto ships usually through the use of deception and bribery, especially the inhabitants from the South Pacific Islands, and then transporting them to the sugar cane and cotton plantations, particularly in Queensland, Australia, to work as labourers. This practice was not limited to the blackbirding in Queensland, Australia and had already occurred on the Chincha Islands in Peru. This dreadful practice occurred predominantly between the 1860’s and 1904....   [tags: enslaving, bribery, indigenous people]

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Slavery in West Africa and the Caribbean

- Many people around the world believe that slavery was only held in North America with Africans being the only type to face punishment. This widely spread stereotype is actually false. The Caribbean and West Africa were large affected by the transatlantic slave trade in 1450 to1750. While wrong and immoral, the slavery in both places have similarities and differences. 
 The Caribbean was one of the worst slave trading operations in the world. European ships sailed from Africa, where they picked up slaves, to the Caribbean....   [tags: Labor, Europeans, Cruelty]

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History of Slavery in the Caribbean

- History of Slavery in the Caribbean The institution of slavery has played a major role in the history, and the shaping of the Caribbean. Therefore, in order to truly understand the Caribbean one must completely understand slavery itself. Slavery can be defined as belonging to a person, or being treated like a piece of property, and not having any individual freedom This was essentially the life many Africans lived for many centuries in the Caribbean . The master’s had total freedom and control over his or her slaves....   [tags: Caribbean Historical Essays]

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The Relationship between Sugar and Slavery in the Early Modern Period

- Discuss the Relationship between sugar and slavery in the Early Modern Period. "No commodity on the face of the Earth has been wrested from the soil or the seas, from the skies or the bowels of the earth with such misery and human blood as sugar" ...(Anon) Sugar in its many forms is as old as the Earth itself. It is a sweet tasting thing for which humans have a natural desire. However there is more to sugar than its sweet taste, rather cane sugar has been shown historically to have generated a complex process of cultural change altering the lives of all those it has touched, both the people who grew the commodity and those for whom it was grown....   [tags: Slavery Essays]

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Sancho Panza as Governor in Don Quixote

- Sancho Panza as Governor in Don Quixote While reading Don Quixote, I am sure that many people wonder whether or not Sancho Panza will get his island to govern. The main reason that Sancho agrees to be the squire of Don Quixote is because he is promised riches and an isle to govern. As the book progresses it appears that Sancho's dream will not come true and he will not become a governor. Many times in the book, Sancho asks his master if he was really going to get his isle and Don Quixote always promises him that he will....   [tags: Papers]

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Brown Sugar is Not Healthier than White Sugar

- Brown Sugar is Not Healthier than White Sugar Many people nowadays especially people that are on diet or care about what they eat, have the tendency to go for what is healthier, which is obviously the right thing to do if eating healthy is a main concern. However, since it is known that brown rice and brown bread are healthier than white rice and white bread according to Kids Health organization and Whole Grain Council. This question now is there any truth behind the fact that some people believe that this trend can extend to reach brown sugar as well....   [tags: Health, Nutrition]

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The Story of Sugar Made by All Plants

- ... The first history of refined sugar was in 8000 BC in the Polynesian Islands. World exploration made it available to Europeans. However it was not an affordable product, only people of status could afford it. Sugar quickly became a valuable commodity among the aristocracy of Brittan, and its demand flourished. (Whipps, 2008) Sugar is a very labor intensive crop. In the British Empire, indentured servants provided the labor associated with sugar production. Three sugar harvests are possible in a year making sugar production very lucrative....   [tags: photosynthesis, slaves, crops]

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The Cultural Identity Of The Harlem Renaissance

- ... Throughout the poem, the reaper speaks in first person about his day in the fields. He describes his day as long and difficult but is stuck doing the same thing in the same place day after day. The reaper longs for contact with others like him, yet he doesn’t seek their harvest for fear they might not themselves have enough on their table. His ears are filled with dust and he cannot hear, but wishes to listen the voices of other workers. His eyes are covered with dust, but wishes to see across the hills others who are similar to him....   [tags: Harlem Renaissance, African American, Jean Toomer]

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Cases of Zombies: True or False

- Paranormal Activity The scientific name for paranormal activity is parapsychology. Some people often quote that there are no such thing as ghosts (Paranormal Activity), “Psychical Research and Parapsychology are scientific approaches to the study of apparently paranormal phenomena” (Daniels, 2014) Almost 30% is affected by ghost in the world that’s leaving 70% of the world terrified. “Spiritual research has shown that almost the entire world is affected by ghosts at some time or the other in their life” (Clarke, 2012)....   [tags: paranormal activity, parapsychology]

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School and Learning

- School and Learning. My first school was Saint Michaels Primary school at Daceyville. It was a Catholic convent school staffed and run by The Sacred Heart Nuns it accepted boys to sixth class and the girls could continue on to Commercial classes which probably ran to the equivalent to fourth or fifth year. It was mixed sexes for all classes, bubs to sixth class with girls only after sixth class. The nuns resided in a large convent adjoining the school grounds. They wore ankle length black habits with white wimples....   [tags: Personal Experience]

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Reflections on Three Conversations

- In researching and writing this paper, I was required to view the aspects of my conversations through a sociological perspective. This is a summary of the many hours spent, not only learning, but experiencing the memories with my subjects. My first conversation began with Noel, a 54-year old black man from Haiti. He grew up in the suburbs of the capital. He was the youngest of three in one of the few black prominent families in the area. Noel was aware of his social status at the age of nine because of his lessons given to him by his parents....   [tags: Sociology]

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Scholarship Example Essay 2013

- For the last 9 years, my family and I are part of the St. Martin of Tours Parish. I have attended St. Martin of Tours since kindergarten. For my final year at SMT, I have participated in many school activities such as: Nova Cane, participating in the Mass, Talent Show, 1743 Play, Stations of the Cross, Saints in Motion, Student Council, SMT Choir, Rosary Bead, Bake Sale, Secret Santa and countless more. However, my family also helps the school community. My family and I help the school community in many ways such as: Holiday donations, Food Drive, Clothes Drive, and many more....   [tags: service, activity, community]

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Issues Associated with Pest Control

- Issues Associated with Pest Control Pests can be kept under control in many ways. However, the main way to kill off pests is to use a substance called a pesticide. A pesticide is a substance produced to kill or repel any pest. Pests can be insects, mice, rabbits or other animals, weeds, fungi or microorganisms for example bacteria and viruses. The term pesticides covers a whole range off substances used to control pests some of which are insecticides (these kill insects), herbicides (these kill plants/weeds) and fungicides (these destroy fungi)....   [tags: Papers]

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Complexion Discrimination

- Paragraph1, The Battle: The issue that many people of color face daily is stereotypes. Dark skinned African Americans are looked at as lower class citizens in society. This is labeled as complexion discrimination. Complexion discrimination is a form of homogeneous group privilege, in which people from the same race use factors such as skin tone to set a social status (Harvard Article, page 1, 2009). Though there are many forms of discrimination and profiling, complexion discrimination is not often discussed, yet occurs just as frequently....   [tags: Race in America]

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Examination of the Causes of the Food Crisis in The Politics of Hunger: How Illusion and Greed Fan the Food Crisis by Paul Collier

- With the increases in the global population and the increase need to feed this population, comes the great debate in how governments of the developed and developing world must tackle this important issue. In his article, The Politics of Hunger: How Illusion and Greed Fan the Food Crisis, Paul Collier examines the root causes of the food crisis and three ways (the slaying of giants) governments can easily come in finding a solution in the near-term, middle-term and long-term. The root causes, as outlined by Mr....   [tags: agriculture, corn, GM]

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The Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Fall of the Cuban Economy

- In the 1980’s, the Soviet Union was coming to realize what they needed to be successful, whether it is economically, socially, or politically. The Soviet Union’s last leader, Mikhail S. Gorbachev was trying to reform the Soviet Union itself focusing more on the economic side of things, not the actual system itself. He introduced two different policies, Glasnost and Perestroika. These reforms helped the citizens of the Soviet Union, but caused other issues within the nation. When the nation could no longer benefit from those policies, it started to fall and ironically leaving many of the citizens to perish....   [tags: Cuba Essays]

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One Nation Under God: The Lasting Effects of the Second Great Awakening

- There exists a long held belief that the United States of America was founded on the principles and doctrinal views of Protestantism. Modern age Christians have scoured historical documents in an effort to provide evidence for a Judeo-Christian foundation in the nation’s republican framework. Likewise, their opponents have written lengthy dissertations and argued over various media outlets that Christian conclusions are unfounded. Yet despite their endless debate, religion, especially Christianity, has and continues to play a fundamental element of America’s cultural, societal, and political makeup....   [tags: christians, congregationalists and anglicans]

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Analysis Of Richard Wright 's Novel And Movie Native Son

- ... People that dislike the fact he apart of this committee, they nearly beat Miss Jane Pittman in trying to find out where Ned was. We see in a sense that Ned himself is in fear of Jane 's life to as he says, "They came here and beat you this time. They 'll do worse when they come back" (Gaines 78). Ned does leave and move away to Arkansas which brings up the variation of each character way of flight. The variation of flight is how the person gets away from fear or possible troubles that they have been through....   [tags: Black people, White people]

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Clinical Journal Entry For Blood Pressure And Apical Pulse

- ... D walked in and called my last name and my heart began to flutter again. Ms. C was my partner and she was as anxious as I was. I proceeded to a private section of the lab and pull the curtains closed to provide privacy for Ms. C. I washed my hands before I approached her and had her state her full name and date for patient identification purposes. First was apical pulse, my heart was thumping and throwing me off, I had to focus, as a minute that felt like ten, Ms. D and I had came up with the same number of beats per minute, I let out a sigh of relief....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Learning, Walking]

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The Effect of Sugar Substitutes on Yeast Respiration

- Introduction The purpose of this investigation is to test the effects of multiple sugar substances on the respiration of yeast. Most people think of yeast when they think of what makes bread rise, cheese, alcoholic beverages, or other food products. Another type of yeast can also cause yeast infections, an infection of the skin. Yeasts (Saccharomyces) are tiny, microscopic organisms with a thin membrane and are usually oval or circular-shaped. They are a type of single-celled fungi of the class Ascomycetes, capable of processing sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide (CO2 ) ; this process is known as fermentation....   [tags: microscopic organisms, health issues]

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Invasive Species Play a Role in Evolution

- Background and rationale: Evolution has been a long fought debate in regards to its very existence as well as the role it plays in other processes. Invasive species have long been a studied and often problematic occurrence. Problems such as the depletion of native species are abundant. The extent of these problems depends on how quickly and how far the invasive species spreads. Furthermore, there is increasing evidence that ecological processes are affected by rapid evolution (Perkins et al. 2013)....   [tags: dispersal, population, genetic]

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The Sugar Industry Needs Fair Trade

- The hot Haitian sun rises over the ripe sugar fields promising nothing except scorching heat and another laborious day. A young boy quickly rises from his thin mat and meets his parents for a nutritionless, but free, sugar cane breakfast. This child lives in a shack that is part of a small, run-down settlement. He has no knowledge of running water, electricity, education, or a bed to call his own, for none of these exist in his reality (Cooper). Soon his meal is finished and the boy accompanies his family to work on the Vicini sugar fields....   [tags: Argumentative, Persuasive Essay]

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The History of Soccer in Brazil

- The greatest footballing country on the planet is Brazil. Brazil is a country that wins 80% of its football matches. They have a record five Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cups, eight Confederação Sul-Americana de Futebol (CONMEBOL) Copa Ameríca titles, and three FIFA Confederations Cup titles have created a football giant. How did a country on the periphery like Brazil become so dominant. What were the patterns of continuity and change that created this footballing leviathan....   [tags: Sports]

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The Road to Salvation by Premchand

- The story “The Road to Salvation” by Premchand revolves around Jhingur, the farmer and Buddhu, the shepherd who were very full of pride and such pride ruined themselves. Dhanpat Rai Shrivastava who wrote under the pen name “Premchand” was born into the Hindu Kayastha caste. The caste system in India is a system of social classification. In history, it divided communities into hundreds of traditional groups. The Kayastha class is right below the highest class, Brahmana. In the Indian caste system, you are born into your caste and there is no way you can change your caste in your life time....   [tags: the farmer, buddhu]

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The Sugar Trade Impacted The World

- Michael Narbutt Mr. Sagistano AP World History 2/27/15 Sugar Trade Sugar is not only a sweet substance used in coffee, cookies, and many other sweet tasting foods we love to eat and enjoy. It is truly a good that changed the world in many ways all the way back to its roots. In more than one way sugar is a useful and profitable tool, originating all the way back to the early middle middle ages. The sugar trade impacted the the Earth both socially and politically with the use of slaves brought to the Americas by the middle passage and other places....   [tags: Slavery, Atlantic slave trade, Slave ship]

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Indentured Servitude : An Indentured Servant

- ... The provider in the West Indies would sell their slaves for supplies such as sugar cane. Once they have the sugar cane they would export it to other places for raw materials. The raw materials they would then take to Europe to sell that. At this time in the sixteenth century, Europe had an endless supply of sources. 2. The Rise of Consumerism: As the number of colonists grew within the colonies the rising prosperity and commercialism of British America created new opportunities and new appetites to help satisfy the residents....   [tags: United States, North America, Slavery]

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Eudora Welty 's A Worn Path

- ... When the top of the hill though tired and tearful she looked down at the path below as if to say I defeated you hill even though she knew her largest feat was still forthcoming. When Phoenix reached the bottom of the hill, she decided to rest before attempting to brave a log that lead across a creek. Though crossing the creek would be a difficult task she knew the feat needed to be accomplished as there was no other avenue. Though hungry and tired, Phoenix picked up her cane and proceeded to cross the log that extended across the creek....   [tags: Eudora Welty, A Worn Path, Short story]

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A Worn Path By Eudora Welty

- ... A phoenix is mythological bird that turns to ashes upon dying and is born again from the ashes. It represents our capacity for vision, for collecting sensory information about our environment and the events unfolding within it. Phoenix Jackson uses her sensory information to get across the log in the pinewoods. The author notes, “Putting her right foot out, she mounted the log and shut her eyes. Lifting her skirt, leveling her cane fiercely before her, like a festival figure in some parade, she began to march across....   [tags: Eudora Welty, A Worn Path, Symbol, White people]

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Reflection Paper On Hearing And Vision

- ... I would like to believe that is easier for someone who cannot hear to live their everyday life because they can see where they are walking. There is always the danger for a blind person to get hurt because they cannot see where they are going. Either way I believe it is very difficult to live without one or the other. If I was asked to give up one of these senses I believe I would choose vision. I think giving up hearing for me would be impossible because I really enjoy listening to music. I love to sing along and dance to the rhythm of the music....   [tags: Sense, Hearing, Brain, 2006 singles]

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The Theme of Determination in “A Worn Path” by Eudora Welty

- Everyday people encounter challenges that stand in their way of achieving their goals, but with sheer determination most accomplish their mission. In the short story “A Worn Path” written by Eudora Welty, Phoenix Jackson, the main character, has a mission to complete while confronting many challenges. One way to convey this idea is with the literary use of theme. The theme of a literary work is defined as the central idea, concern or message about life that an author wishes to convey to his/her readers....   [tags: Determination, Worn Path, Eudora Welty, ]

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Codified System vs. Common Law System

- i) Equity: Part of the grounds for arguing in favor of the common law system over the codified system is its characteristically equitable qualities. Since antecedents are pursued in all cases, everyone gets the same treatment. This same legal procedure is administered to everyone in spite of their position or creed. Therefore, this system of going by antecedents which had hitherto been set usually leads to equity and fairness. This system of law also has the advantage over the codified system by offering protection to persons via the law of tort....   [tags: Benefits, Disadvantages]

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The Impact of Destruction

- Some tremendous features in the history of mankind have been when one group of people were forcibly relocated to satisfy the needs of a more powerful one. This would encompass the Japanese internment camps in America during the World War II. The Japanese internment camps were overcrowded and provided poor living conditions. Likewise, every person had a unique story to this event, “A true story, involving an extraordinary episode in American history” (Houston x). In the novel Farewell to Manzanar by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D....   [tags: Japanese Internment Camps, Pearl Harbor]

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Calypso in the Caribbean

- Pansy ENG 401 Dr. Champagne December 11, 2013 Calypso in the Caribbean “She say she don’t like bamboo/but she don’t mind meh cane/She say cane juice real sweet/it does reach to she brain” are song lyrics from the calypso song “Sweet Cane Juice” sung in Roger McTair’s short story, “Visiting”. According to Britannica Encyclopedia, calypso is “a type of folk song primarily from Trinidad though sung elsewhere in the southern and eastern Caribbean islands. The subject of a calypso text, usually witty and satiric, is a local and topical event of political and social import, and the tone is one of allusion, mockery, and double entendre”....   [tags: music, Roger McTair, Visiting, Trinidad and Tobago]

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Is Corporal Punishment Okay?

- Corporal punishment is the purposeful infliction of pain as punishment for wrongdoing. The term often refers to hitting the person receiving punishment repeatedly with an instrument, such as a cane or a ruler, though it also applies more generally to any kind of pain infliction as a punishment. It is sometimes used by parents against their children, by teachers and school administrators against students who misbehave, and in many parts of the world, by the judicial system as an additional deterrent to criminals....   [tags: Spanking, Children, Discipline]

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