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The White Doe by Francesco Petrarch

- Title- I believe that the title, "The White Doe" will perhaps have something to do with animals because the only way I have ever heard the word doe used is in the context of a female deer. Perhaps the poem will touch on the innocence of an animal or situation because of the word "white" which symbolizes innocence and cleanliness. Paraphrase- In the poem, "The White Doe," the author is speaking of an encounter with a female deer. The encounter takes place in a glade, which is an opening in the forest....   [tags: TPCASTT for The White Doe]

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The White Doe, by Francesco Petrarch

- Through language a poet allows himself the license to hint at things unrevealed by the literal meaning of a poem. The use of one distinct word over another often suggests a double meaning. “The White Doe” functions on two levels. First on a literal level, a man on a pursuit after a beautiful white doe; and secondly on a figurative level, suggesting that the white doe is really the speakers ideal woman. The “antlers of gold” mentioned in line two represent the duality of the woman. The antlers conjure up images of pain while gold suggests a certain beauty....   [tags: The White Doe Essays]

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The White Doe, by Francesco Petrarch

- Title: When looking at this poem's title, one can get many ideas of what the poem will be about. One of the ideas that I got when I read the title was that it was going to be about a white female deer that was being hunted by a hunter. Another one that I thought up was that a white deer is an angel from heaven that will save someone. The last idea that I came up with was that it was about a white deer that was camouflaged in some snow to escape a predator. Paraphrase: In the first stanza, the speaker mainly describes the doe and its surroundings....   [tags: TPCASTT for The White Doe ]

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Mr. John Doe

- Mr. John Doe is a close acquaintance of mine who was more than happy to sit down and let me interview him for this assignment. He is a 72 year old male, born 09/08/1942. He does consider himself a baby boomer. Even though as discussed in chapter 4, Demography of Aging, Baby Boomer were to have been between the years 1946 and 1964. He is a widower with four children, one boy and three girls. His son lives in Utah. One of his daughters is moving from New York City to Florida because her husband was stationed there....   [tags: Old age, Gerontology, John Doe, Ageing]

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Organism Profile: The Northern White-tailed Deer

- The Northern White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is one of the largest wild animals in the northeastern area of the United States. This species can be upwards of four feet tall and weigh over 300 pounds. Typically, this animal is found in forests, fields, and brush areas in the Northern region. In warmer months the White-tailed deer have a reddish brown coat with a white belly. In the winter months this deer’s coat changes to a gray-brown color. The male deer in this species are known as “bucks” and have antlers on their heads that can span upwards of three feet across....   [tags: deer populations, species, habitat, diet]

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Neil Gaiman 's Snow, Glass, Apples

- Neil Gaiman’s “Snow, Glass, Apples” is far from the modern day fairy tale. It is a dark and twisted version of the classic tale, Snow White. His retelling is intriguing and unexpected, coming from the point of view of the stepmother rather than Snow White. By doing this, Gaiman changes the entire meaning of the story by switching perspectives and motivations of the characters. This sinister tale has more purpose than to frighten its readers, but to convey a deeper, hidden message....   [tags: Snow White, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Queen]

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Analysis Of ' Back Home ' By Andy Grammer

- ... The use of Color in dynamic text is quickly introduced to the audience. With a timeless font to match the classical background of Grammer cruising down his hometown peacefully, as words appear in a defined red, black, and white. The words flowed amongst the car in a nonclassical way. The words moved and danced to the beat of the opening. The fast introduction to red words brings a sense of life and love even passion for the video. Color is a cue that gets your audience to see what you want them to see, feel what you want them to feel, and to do what you want them to do....   [tags: Green, Color, Red, White]

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White Between White And White

- ... When looking at Whiteness studies, it is most easily comparable to the race theory lead by Molefi Kete Asante. He is best known or recognized for his Afrocentric social theory. According to Asante, in order to understand Afrocentrism we must understand its contrasting but equally valid theory of Eurocentrism. Eurocentrism pervades the popular culture of the West, which reinforces the public invisibility and devaluation of African-centered ideas and experience (Seidman, 2013, 228). Therefore, Eurocentrism is the idea that most if not all dominant knowledge in the world today is not actually universal or objective but is in fact a product of a Eurocentric viewpoint (Seidman, 2013, 228)....   [tags: Racism, Race, White people, Sociology]

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Is It Humane, Cost Effective? Or Odocoileus Virginianus?

- ... (Kasich & Born, 2015) In the same year, 1.23 million collisions were reported across the entire United States, causing estimated damages of around 4.065 billion dollars in automotive damage, around 10,000 hospital visits, and almost 200 deaths. (“Deer-Related Collisions,” 2014) Taking a step back from these colossal figures, refocus upon the little city of Newark Ohio. What exactly is immunocontraception, and how will it help protect the property and lives of our residents. Simply put, immunocontraception is the process of prevention of fertilization by using an animal’s immune system....   [tags: Deer, Hunting, White-tailed deer, Zona pellucida]

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White Privilege Is All Of The White

- ... When the dust settled, it was revealed that 12 people had died and 70 people were injured. Imagine if one of those people who had died or was injured was a family member of yours or one of your best friends. Would you want to give sympathy to the person who took them from you. Would you feel bad because they were once a good person but somewhere down the line they just got all messed up. You probably wouldn’t. You would want justice, however you see it. Some news journalists tried to humanize James Holmes in this case by writing articles about how James was a “good student” and very “quiet” when he was growing up....   [tags: Black people, White people, Race, Racism]

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White Supremacy And White Privilege

- White supremacy and white privilege have existed for decades, because people have a mindset that one race is better than another. Both are associated with Whites, because years ago and today they are still seen as the dominant group in society, so they often have privileges that are based off the color of their skin. For instance, better career opportunities, better homes, more education opportunities, and more resourcs. In other words, Whites have more benefits, because of their race. Therefore, white privilege and white supremacy are similar, because they both allow races to believe they are superior to others based on their power, resources, and opportunities they can access based on thei...   [tags: Racism, Race, White American, Black people]

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White And White Skin Privilege

- ... My mother and father even had their honeymoon here at Mount Airy Casino so after so many years of vacationing, naturally my parents decided to buy a house in Stroudsburg. We moved to Pennsylvania in the summer of 2005 as a family of eight to a secluded gated community in the mountains. My first reaction coming from a small three-bedroom house with all six children divided into sharing two rooms was that my family must have hit the jackpot and that we were rich. Our home in the hills had five bedrooms and ample space to run around, we even use to roller skate in our basement....   [tags: White people, Race, Black people, Racism]

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The Possession of Roland Doe

- Levitating beds, loss of memory for long periods of time, loss of bladder control, speaking in tongues, these are all symptoms known to be associated with possession. A possession is having control or owning (Farlex). When a person is possessed they have no control over their feelings or actions a majority of the time. The reason it is called a possession is because, when one is possessed, the spirit or demon has control over that person. The possession and exorcism of Roland Doe is one of the most documented possessions in history....   [tags: spirit, demon, exorcism, loss of control]

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A Genogram for the Alcoholic Richard Doe

- Alcoholism is currently the most widespread addiction worldwide, and an occasional consumption of it is seen as an aggravating factor in other psychopathological conditions with high risk for illness, disability and mortality (Onciu, Jordache and Pacala, 2013). Pacala et al. (2013), indicates that alcoholics tend to lose their ability to exercise self control, thereby increasing their risk for aggressive behavior with the slightest provocation. In addition, alcohol decreases the ability of individuals to function effectively in the cognitive sphere, and as such, in order to reduce alcohol’s impact on the family, effective interventions must be implemented....   [tags: Family History, Behavioral Deficits]

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The Law Of Attraction : John Doe

- John Doe was watching tv thinking of an old friend when he suddenly got a call from him. Does this scenario sound familiar. This is because of the law of attraction. The universe is full of energy that is controlled. Humans are just energy- sending frequencies into the world with our every thought and action. When people understand our true power, they can then begin to understand the law of attraction. The brain is more powerful than people know. People become and attract what they think because of the law of attraction....   [tags: Mind, Thought, Human, Brain]

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The Mother Of Jane Doe

- ... The blood patients, like Angel, need runs through their loving heart. Sometimes, people need surgery to fix an issue with the heart. According to Birkelo the author of “Lack of Blood Donors becomes a Problem in Summer Months,” heart surgery’s need blood. It makes sense due to the fact the organ going under repair is the control center for blood. She also goes on to explain the number of units each heart surgery requires. Four to six units of whole blood is needed for a heart transplant; that is four to six donations needed to save a life and give someone a restart in life....   [tags: Blood, Blood donation, Hematology, Red blood cell]

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White Like Me : White Privilege

- Tim Wise’s book White Like Me provides a picture of what it is like to be white in America. A main topic covered in White Like Me is white privilege. On pages 24 and 25 Wise illustrates what white privilege is and shares his opinion regarding how to address white privilege in society today. Wise’s plan for addressing white privilege is one not of guilt, but of responsibility, a difference Wise highlights. The concept of feeling guilty for white privilege lacks reason because white privilege is something built up through generations and its existence is not of any one person’s fault....   [tags: White people, Racism, Race, Black people]

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The And Of White Culture

- ... Yacobowski, it is clear how Pecola develops the idea that life would be easier if she were white because in some instances, it is true. There is hardly any chance that Pecola will see anything, but blonde hair, blue eyes, and white skin as the epitome of what it means to be beautiful. When Pecola is with the prostitutes of the town, she does not feel the need to become white. The head prostitute named Marie, who is also known as the Maginot Line, is overweight, so she is not traditionally beautiful....   [tags: Black people, White people, Race, South Africa]

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The Works of E. B. White

- Like all other authors, E. B. White’s work was critically analyzed throughout his career. Most would give bad feedback, but everyone loved him and his writing. He had such a unique style of writing that made him popular for all ages. His books ranged from children books all the way to humor and knowledge about the styles of writing for adults. His ability to open up readers’ imaginations draws them in and makes them wanting more. With that, E. B. White is still considered one of the most-loved and best selling authors in history today....   [tags: E.B. White]

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Roe V. The Case Of Doe V

- ... This is somewhat different from Doe v Reed which deals with Public Records, a very common good driven case. Both deal with the right to privacy and where the line must be drawn on the amendments to the constitution, however, It was Roe v Wade that provides the best overall decision - the best balance of Common good v Individual rights. Roe v Wade was a case where Jane Roe, an unmarried pregnant Texas resident wanted to get an abortion but faced the obstacle of anti-abortion Texas law. When Roe filed a suit against Wade, the District Attorney of Dallas County, the case was taken to the Federal District Court and then appealed to the U.S....   [tags: Roe v. Wade, Supreme Court of the United States]

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White Privilege : The Invisible Knapsack

- ... Anzaldua experiences first hand how American establishments strive to create students who fit the ideal white life even though that life is specific to the US. In the US, one of the integral principles is that this is a free country and people have the right to pursue their dreams, whatever they may be. But McIntosh says, “this is not such a free country; one’s life is not what one makes it; many doors are open for certain people through no virtues of their own” (355). Paths to the top or even to a stable position are preset for some of us....   [tags: White American, White people, United States]

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The Queen Of Snow White

- ... The queens realized that there was nothing wrong with sharing the title of "the fairest in the land". The queen taught Snow White how to be a great leader, how to protect the whole kingdom and how to be a better person. Snow White learned that she can accomplish anything, and be whoever she wanted to be, as long as she put her mind and soul into it. After few years, Snow White became the most enchanted princess in the land. Everyone wanted to be her Prince Charming, who will rule the land with her....   [tags: Snow White, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs]

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Racial Prejudice And White Supremacy

- White supremacy is a system that is used to maintain White dominance and superiority over minorities. Although racism and White Supremacy are not as obvious as it used to be, there has been a new development of racism, which maneuvers as the notions of colorblindness, assimilation, and the model minority. Colorblindness is a racial ideology that diminishes discrimination through not seeing the color of skin. However, this causes racial bias because there is still White privilege in society. In other words, we already adopt a world of Whiteness as it is an unnoticed notion of orientation as it shapes relationships of power, self identity and objects in space....   [tags: Racism, White people, Race, White Latin American]

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The Myth Of White Privilege

- Many white Americans are living with the fear that they didn't really deserve their success, and that maybe luck and privilege had more to do with it, than brains and hard work. There are numerous reasons for the widespread discrimination at all levels, but the main reason for the existence of discrimination is a privilege to certain groups of people, and widespread social prejudice towards certain groups of people. Differences between people have always existed, but they gain in importance only when are different importance given to certain differences, so it creates privileges....   [tags: White Privilege, Reality or Myth?]

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White Collar Crimes in America

- Throughout history there have been many white collar crimes. These crimes are defined as non-violent and financial-based crimes that are full ranges of fraud committed by business and government professionals. These crimes are not victimless nor unnoticed. A single scandal can destroy a company and can lose investors millions of dollars. Today, fraud schemes are more sophisticated than ever, and through studying: Enron, LIBOR, Albert Wiggan and Chase National Bank, Lehman Brothers and Madoff, we find how the culprits started there deception, the aftermath of the scandal and what our country has done to prevent future scandals....   [tags: White Collar Crimes Essays]

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Ghosts And Hauntings : The White House

- Ghosts and hauntings are not often talked about and are over looked. They have been reported to have been seen in many places like battlegrounds, old homes, murder scenes, and hospitals. Many places that you would not expect to be haunted turn out to be unlike the more publicized locations such as morgues, mental hospitals, and old rickety houses. One place many people may not realize is haunted is the White House, the famous home of the president of the United States of America. The White House has many ghosts, which range from former president Abraham Lincoln and first ladies like Abigail Adams and Dolly Madison to long dead White House staff and British soldiers trying to set the house on...   [tags: President of the United States, White House]

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Is Carrie White The Protagonist Or Is She Not?

- Is Carrie White the protagonist or is she not. According to X.J.Kennedy and Dana Gioia, a protagonist is “the central character in a literary work. The protagonist usually initiates the main action of the story, often in conflict with the antagonist” (Glossary of Literary Terms 2073). The purpose of this essay is to discover why she really is the protagonist. Now some might say she burned down a whole city and killed lots of people, but in Carrie`s defense if someone was bullied their entire life, and went through what Carrie did, who is to blame here....   [tags: Protagonist, Antagonist, Carrie White, Character]

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The White Populous Of The City

- ... The memories of Atlanta left a lasting impression on the minds of many Southerners both black and white, but it did not keep the stop the racial strife from occurring each and every day. Just after the end of the Civil War the Southern law makers wanted to ensure that blacks were not given the freedom that was given them as the 13th Amendment had so granted them. Although Racial Discrimination was a word used at the time, the roots were planted by Edmond Rhett, a member of a South Carolina state commission in charge of laws concerning black residents....   [tags: White people, Black people, Race]

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Stereotypes of White Males

- When people hear the word stereotype, they usually think of black people, Mexicans, Native Americans, women, and other races. Most people do not think there could be a stereotype against white males. People usually think that it would be the white male that would stereotype other races and not be stereotyped themselves. The truth is that white males get stereotyped just as much, if not more, as other races. White males have been categorized as hateful, major racists, skinheads, and over-privileged....   [tags: stereotypes, white males, ]

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Speech On The White Privilege

- You come from a middle class white family, you went to a school whose demographic was mainly white, you live in a white neighborhood, the majority of your friends are white, you decided to continue your education at a college that has a heavily white student body. Notice any similarities. Every aspect of your life has been white. In the past we have had conversations about race, and your opinions always seemed to be unsettling and never really showed any empathy to the struggles minorities face....   [tags: Racism, Race, Colored, White people]

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Racial Inequality : White Flight

- ... The term “blockbusting” stems from the practice of introducing middle class African American homeowners into a previously all white neighborhood in order to spark white flight and housing value decline. This technique is used for profit in racially segregated areas—African American homeowners were intentionally placed in all white neighborhood to cause white residents to flee and sell their homes at very low rates. “Racial steering” is the official term used to describe the actions of these real estate brokers—it is in reference to the practice of manipulating housing prices by guiding prospective home buyers towards or away from certain neighborhoods based on race....   [tags: Racism, Race, Race, White people]

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Understanding White Privilege

- Privilege, a right or benefit that is given to some people and not to others, is a term most people learn at a very young age. Privilege is thought of as something that one earns, not something that is just a given in everyday life. White privilege is an advantage that white people have in society that is unearned and mostly unacknowledged, yet practiced regularly. Daily life consists of multiple “privileges” that are unrecognized because they are such the norm of society that we no longer even realize that these “privileges” exist....   [tags: White Advantages]

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White Attitudes Towards Nature

- In Luther Standing Bear’s “Nature” and Louis Owens’s “The American Indian Wilderness”, the authors dictate differences in Indian and white relationships with nature. They stress how Indians see nature, their balanced relationship with it, and how they know wilderness is just a European idea. While agreeing here, Standing Bear focuses on the Lakota view of how Indians truly lived while Owens reveals both sides and thinks white views can shift with time. Standing Bear thinks the difference in how whites and Indians see nature stems from childhood....   [tags: Racial Relations, Indian, White]

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White Attitudes Towards Nature

- In Luther Standing Bear’s “Nature” and Louis Owens’s “The American Indian Wilderness”, the authors dictate differences in Indian and white relationships with nature. They stress how Indians see nature, their balanced relationship with it, and how Indians know wilderness is just a European idea. Though agreeing here, Standing Bear focuses on how Indians truly lived while Owens reveals more of both sides and has hope that white views can shift. Standing Bear thinks the difference in how whites and Indians see nature stems from childhood....   [tags: Racial Relations, Indian, White]

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White Attitudes Towards Nature

- In Luther Standing Bear’s “Nature” and Louis Owens’s “The American Indian Wilderness”, the authors dictate differences in Indian and white relationships with nature. They stress how Indians see nature, their balanced relationship with it, and how they know wilderness is just a European idea. Though agreeing here, Standing Bear focuses on the Lakota view of how Indians truly lived while Owens reveals both sides and thinks white views can shift with time. Standing Bear thinks the difference in how whites and Indians see nature stems from childhood....   [tags: Racial Relations, Indian, White]

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White Privilege And Black Privilege

- ... The problem that O 'Rielly does not see is that it was offered to only white veterans. Stewart 's attempt to sway O 'Rielly into identifying white privilege. The belief that Obama is a black man leading our country qualifies as true representation that black americans no longer struggle with racial discrimination is astonishing. Obama is the greatest outlier with in the black american race today. Education is the key to acceptance of white privilege being a problem. This harder for some than others....   [tags: Race, Black people, White people]

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Short Story: Baldric White

- It was a normal morning in New York City. People were starting to leave their apartments and getting ready for another busy Monday at work. Baldric White was walking down Columbus Avenue. He was wearing his ordinary black suit, nothing really fancy, but still classy. He was heading to work, and as always, decided to walk. He enjoys walking in this cold February weather, watching everybody go to work and continue with their busy lives. This particular morning, Baldric had gotten up early, he didn’t wanted to be late for work....   [tags: baldric white, alessandra]

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White Women And Eating Disorders

- ... Indeed, the images of women displayed in the media today are thinner than the images of men, thinner that media images of women have been in the past, thinner than the actual female population, and thinner than the criteria for anorexia" (Schooler, Ward, Merriwether & Caruthers, 2004, p. 38). The term of body dissatisfaction is term that greatly explains body image in another way. Striving for the perfect body has given women a certain standard for themselves to have for their body. Though research seemed limited for women of color, white women seemed to be the basis to compare and contrast differences and similarities of body images....   [tags: Race, Black people, White people]

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White Collar Crime in America

- We like every other person in this world, when we hear the word crime; we automatically get an image of a person from a low class in a bad neighborhood and coming from a troubled family. However, who knew that those who are educated and coming from a wealthy family can also pertain to the world of crime and mischief. We as human beings tend to also be judgmental, assuming that only unprivileged men have a drive to commit an offense against the law then a prosperous individual. Nevertheless, it is not our evil doing that we are regularly pushed to foresee this problem this way, especially not when it is the media, the government, and the media are the ones who painting this picture for us....   [tags: White Collar Crime, crime, USA, ]

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White Privilege : Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack

- ... Growing up in Dubai was one of the most diverse cities in the world and most welcoming cities I have ever been to, though the media are always showing how racist people can be towards Arabs. For example, a British Muslim family that heading to Disneyland was barred from boarding a flight to Los Angeles by US authorities. The US homeland security had no answers or comments to respond. Another is when Donald J. Trump dared to “ban all Muslims” from the US. It was no surprise when he received so much hatred and disgust since half of this world’s population is Muslim....   [tags: Racism, Race, White people, White American]

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White Privilege And The Black Man

- White privilege is not something that anyone asked for or that anyone tried to get. People hate white people because of “white privilege” which is not really important or even relevant anymore. I am white so some might say that I don’t think white privilege is a thing because I am spoiled and don’t care about anyone because I am white, but that is not true I live in an area where it is mostly black people and Mexicans and if I try to apply for a job and one of them apply for the same job they will get the job....   [tags: Race, Black people, White people, Race]

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The Crime Of White Collar Crimes

- ... Characteristically, conventional street crime and white collar crime differ in the execution of criminal conduct, whereby white collar offenders are primarily motivated by financial and economic aspects through deception, thus accentuating that traditional and theoretical crime is characteristically associated with violent and harmful behaviour. Slapper and Tombs (1999) strengthened and identified this concept by debating that “[c]ases that do involve extensive direct harm such as deaths and injuries also tend to be those in which the apparent lack of intent and inter-personal contact between offender and victim make them less likely to be represented as a ‘crime’ and make victims less l...   [tags: Criminology, Crime, Theft, White-collar crime]

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The Black White Relationship Of The North

- Unlike the South, the North was against slavery. Although they were against slavery, racism did still exist because they did not want the newly freed Blacks moving to the North. A few cities in the North have some good examples of the the Black-White relationship in the North at the time and population size played a huge factor. At the beginning of the 20TH Century, five thousand Blacks lived in Cleveland. Eighty percent of the black population of Cleveland lived in four districts and they were not the majority in any of those areas....   [tags: White people, African American, Black people, Race]

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The Black Or White, There 's No

- ... Irene does not want to betray “herself” and risk jeopardizing her identity of “passing” as a white woman. Since she and Clare are physically alike, she feels that by telling John that his wife is black, Irene will be betraying her own ability to appear as being white. “Though she had come almost to believe that there was nothing but generous friendship between those two, she was very tired of Clare Kendry” (69). Irene thrives on being in control of every second of her life, so now that she has no clue as to what is going on between her husband and old friend she begins to get defensive....   [tags: Black people, White people, Race, Miscegenation]

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The Law Of The White Circle

- ... “A voice which we recognized as that of the son of the grocer with whom we had traded for many years yelled, “That’s where that nigger mail carrier lives. Let’s burn it down. It’s too nice for a nigger to live in” (White, 138). The boiling point between whites and blacks had been reached, but what caused this. There were many causes to the Riot of 1906 both direct and indirect. Indirect causes can be traced back to reconstruction when blacks were given opportunities to run for political office just to have it taken away again....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, Race]

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The Inequality Of The White Black

- Though each individual experiences life differently certain experiences link them together. Specifically, being a person of color while being a singular experience, is also a very universal when it comes down to the way in which minority groups are subject to the oppression of the white mainstream. The friction between being proud of one’s identity or choosing to ignore it and assimilate into society, is complex and is a fact that many people of color struggle with, because it is not easy to be proud of one’s identity when everything around them is telling them not to be, so in a sense these individuals see themselves in two ways, a minority proud of their identity, and then as an outsider i...   [tags: Black people, Racism, White people, Race]

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The White Collar Crimes Are Durable

- The white collar crime usually forms within corporations and who is head of the organization is someone who has education to run the business. This person with education who commits this crime tends to convince staff that has less education into this type the activity. One of the white-collar crimes is the most common is fraud. White collar crimes are durable because the personals who commit them know how the system works in the business market. It is for this reason that in the case of fraud. Victims often fail to recover what has been stolen by deception....   [tags: Criminology, Theft, Crime, White-collar crime]

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The Black Male By Malcolm White

- ... Growing up in the northern part of America, Malcolm experienced racism a little differently than the blacks down south. In school, Malcolm was the president of his class, a part of the basketball team and had many achievements in school. So one would believe he had it easy. No, there was still discrimination towards blacks and who they were. Malcolm’s success in school soon diminished after the seventh grade. Malcolm’s English teacher labeled him by the color of his skin and said he would be nothing more than a nigger....   [tags: White people, Black people, Martin Luther King]

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White Privilege And Affirmative Action

- ... Another privilege is that, the history taught in schools is white history. The textbooks used in American classrooms focus on whites and their accomplishments (Holladay par. 13). Also, American currency and monuments mostly depict white individuals (Holladay par. 13). Only recently have a people of color and minorities been included on the major pieces of United States currency. The treasury announced in mid-April that Harriet Tubman would replace Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill (Calmes par....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, Racism]

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The Difference Between Black And White

- The difference between black and white is far more than just two colors on different ends of the spectrum of life. In Chris Cleave’s novel Little Bee, the theory of Postcolonialism between the two races, black and white, is especially present. Throughout this gripping story of rebellion and acceptance, there is a clear mark between the two worlds that each narrator perceives. Sarah is a young mother and widow who is the editor of a popular British gossip magazine. The other narrator is a teenage refugee who has named herself Little Bee....   [tags: White people, Racism, Black people, British Empire]

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Racial Prejudice And White Privilege

- Racism is still after 200 years one of the most dominant political/social issues of our time. The case of the white mother who had given birth to a half black baby as a result of a sperm bank mix-up really highlights the topics of racism and white privilege in the United States. The white mother has filed a lawsuit for damages for emotional distress against the sperm bank. There are several points to address: the white mother treating her black child different, the social and cultural surroundings that in part that are racist, and the validity of her law suit....   [tags: Racism, Race, African American, White people]

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White Privilege And Male Privilege

- ... He complains about people asking him to check his privilege. He argues that people asking him to check his privilege are discrediting all of the hard work that he has done in his life, and also quickly dismisses the idea of white privilege even existing. “…But I do condemn them for diminishing everything I have personally accomplished, all the hard work I have done in my life, and for ascribing all the fruit I reap not to the seeds I sow but to some invisible patron saint of white maleness who places it out for me before I even arrive.” One would think that this argument would set up to him specifying what he has done that people are “diminishing”, but instead, he decides to talk about w...   [tags: White people, Black people, Racism, Race]

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Blind Privilege : White Supremacy

- Blind Privilege: White Supremacy in a Multicolored America Introduction The non-profit activism organization "#BlackLivesMatter" has gained quite a bit of traction in the past year. Their strong social media presence and unapologetic in-your-face protests remind Americans that racial inequality has yet to be achieved, but their methods don 't resonate so well with some people. Shouldn 't we be saying all lives matter. What about White lives. Black people aren 't the only ones who have it rough....   [tags: Racism, African American, Race, White people]

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Race and Poverty: The Power of White Privilege

- ... Like Wise was explaining having that one thing to sweat in society what can determine whether one will be successful or not. If you are a white student who struggles in school it becomes a big deal and help is immediately needed to take care of the problem because you are said to have that potential no matter your class. But if you are an African American male it is different. In order to be talked about in those upper echelon students you have to perform exceptionally well and sometimes even better than those around you or at the top....   [tags: society, discrimination, black, white]

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Black Women And White Women

- ... The author explored numerous factors which attempted to explain the resistance of black women. This includes, historical relations between black women and white men such as the slave trade and white men exploiting black women. Black women’s fear of being sexualised by white men, the author claims black women are afraid of being perceived as a prostitute. The media has portrayed black women in this way, therefore, black women become afraid to partner a white man, because there would be questions of whether the white man is in a relationships with the black women for one’s personality or for the perceived exoticism and ‘fettishization’ of being with a black woman....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, Miscegenation]

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The Lonely White Rhino in African Savanna

- I chose to research white rhinoceros species because it is the most populous rhinoceros species meaning I would have access to more information. There was not much of choice because African Savanna has only two rhinoceros species: white rhinoceros and black rhinoceros. Those species share many similar traits and differ in small features, but I chose one over the other because of the considerable difference between their populations. The statistics tells there are around 10,000 white rhinoceroses, while there are only 7 black rhinoceroses in the world....   [tags: White Rhinoceraus, African Savanna]

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The Age of White Guilt by Shelby Steele

- The Real Fault INTRODUCTION: “On his show Monday night, Sean Hannity spoke with Ann Coulter about the racism and the narrative she said the media is pushing in order to avoid discussing difficult issues. Everyone would be better off without “white guilt,” Coulter argued — decrying that all liberals want to talk about is racism.Rattling off a list of foreign policy concerns, Hannity noted that Democrats aren’t talking about any of those issues, “because all they can do is accuse Republicans of racism.” We’ve gotten to a point where everything is deemed racist, he and Coulter agreed....   [tags: white guilt, republicans, racism]

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The White Man 's Burden

- In the 18th to 19th century the factor determining the everyday life of many people was egotistic, uncompassionate nations of ‘superior’ cultures and religious doctrines. These nations with their superior ideals studied and applied imperialism to nations, they thought were uncivilized. According to Merriam Webster Imperialism is ‘the effect that a powerful country or group of countries has in changing or influencing the way people live in other, poorer countries.’ Imperialism was an era of major changes, in which for the better and the worst, the imperialized nations were affected....   [tags: Africa, United Kingdom, The White Man's Burden]

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White Christianity And American Slavery

- White Christianity and American Slavery Slavery is an economic, legal system where humans are sold and treated as property. The history of slavery spans nearly almost from every culture, religion and nationality from ancient to present days. Slavery in the United States is identified as one of the darkest periods of the human kind where people from the African continent were sold to the white settlers in the United States. Based on research it was evident that the white Christianity supported the establishment and the continuation of slavery in America....   [tags: Black people, Slavery, White people, Race]

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White Privilege And Racial Ideology

- ... Naturalization, in this case, discounts the history of enslavement and oppression of people of color. When asked to give an apology Knollenberg then used a common tactic of racial ideology. He was quoted as saying “If they knew me they would know I am not racist at all. I have an African-American employee who works for me,” (Russell, 2015). Giving the appearance of being post-racial by pointing to an individual circumstance of possible interaction with someone of a different race. He does not however talk at all about how much he pays his African-American employee or whether or not it is equal to that of his white employees....   [tags: Racism, Race, Black people, White people]

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Reward Power Of Detective Doe 's Case

- ... An example was finding a part of a victim’s car then setting a new goal of finding out where it was dismantled. As one goal is completed he believes it inspires his team to move onto the next with increased strength. A study by Harold Strang (1981) helps to prove this when he put students through a challenging reaction-time experiment and compared the results between students with subsequent goals and those without subsequent goals. The group with subsequent goals showed a maintenance and improvement of reaction time which can possibly be a reason Detective Doe’s strategy is effective....   [tags: Motivation, Police, Leadership, The A-Team]

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Suspenseful Plot in Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White

- The nineteenth century mystery novel The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins excites the reader with detailed descriptions and a suspenseful plot. The testimony of multiple characters reveals the story of Laura Fairlie’s arranged marriage to Sir Percival Glyde. Percival’s friend, Count Fosco, is at his side, and Marian Halcombe, Laura’s half-sister, is at her side. Walter Hartright, a watercolor artist, finds himself residing with Laura temporarily as he is hired to teach her his art. The two soon fall in love, changing Laura’s plans to marry Percival....   [tags: the woman in white]

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Questions On White Privilege

- White privilege is when white people are treated better simply because of their skin tone. White is considered to be the norm (Klement Lecture 7) therefore, any person of a different colour is the “other,” which correlates with a more negative treatment towards them, especially in the law system. Intersectional analysis is crucial when studying white privilege because it looks at how people from various groups are affected by rationalization differently. As mentioned in Lecture 7 (Klement), intersectional analyses examine how people of different races, classes, genders, sexualities, religions, ethnicities, and age considers how each of the different statuses change the way people are raciali...   [tags: Black people, Race, Race, White people]

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White, Gold And Red

- ... The white blindfolds symbolize the narrator being blinded by the white. He is blindly following the rules of white. The fact that he does not revolt or question their action proves that he does not know that their action is wrong. He believes that white people are perhaps good people. That is why he is stuck between whites and blacks. He feels closer to the white word, yet when it comes to physical appearances he is purely black. The narrator is simply confused and he does not know who he is....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, South Africa]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Doe Season ' By Michael David Kaplan

- ... Even Andy’s father eventually takes place in this banter as it is natural for men, but at the same time, it is unpleasant for Andy. The focus of trip, to shoot a doe, is against Andy’s nature as a female. While the men are excited when Andy finally shoots her doe, she is immediately distraught over the situation because women are generally thought to caring, not destructive. Andy is determined to prove she belongs in the woods and therefore alongside the men, but in the end as she flees from the forest and men, she realizes that she does not actually belong there. Where she does belong however, is in the ocean....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Woman, Male]

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E.B. White’s essays

- In E.B. White’s essays, “Once More to the Lake “and ‘The Ring of Time”, the author demonstrates two different interpretations of time and how it is used to symbolize meaning to each piece. “Once More to the Lake” is an essay that is derived mostly from White’s personal experience while “The Ring of Time” is mostly examining a teenage girl performing at the circus, in the eyes of someone else. Both of these articles give the reader insight of how the author uses the theme of time to show different aspects to the storyline....   [tags: Literary Analysis, White, Comparative]

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Southern Gothic Vs. White

- Southern gothic is a genre that focuses on grotesque themes while including supernatural elements and damaged characters.”The grotesque” is a common character whose negative qualities highlight unpleasant aspects in southern culture. Specifically southern gothic includes characters archetypes such as the innocent and an off-kilter character. Southern gothic comments on southern culture and its moral shortcomings such as social issues like racism. The setting is a very important aspect of the genre as it sets the tone and the mood of the story....   [tags: White people, Black people, Slavery, Race]

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The Sentencing Report About Fender Jane Doe

- Based on the pre-sentencing report about the offender Jane Doe, not only is she a risk to herself but to other who associated with her from family to friends. Jane Doe has a nasty drug substance abuse that doesn’t get the necessary treatment she would most like overdose herself. Jane Doe believe that she doesn’t have a problem with drug substance therefore she constantly ignored the consequences of her action. She failed to realize that her 5 and 3years old daughters are suffer the most from her drug addiction because they don’t have a mother who supposed to nurture and take care of them....   [tags: Drug addiction, Addiction, Substance abuse]

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White Racial Identity

- Prior to beginning my readings on white racial identity, I did not pay much attention to my white race. If someone had asked me to describe my appearance I would have said short blond hair, blue eyes, average stature, etc. One of the last things I would have noted was the color of my skin. Growing up in overwhelmingly white communities, I never thought to use the color of my skin to differentiate myself from others. Over the course of this dialogue I have learned that my white racial identity is one of the most defining aspects of my appearance in this society....   [tags: Implicit Racism, White Privilege]

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Great White Shark

- Great white shark, white shark, white pointer, or white death The Great white shark is part of the Lamnidae family of sharks. They are warm-blooded fish that feed on things such as halibut, seals, sea lions, salmon, and tuna. They are the largest macropredatory fish. They can swim 25 mph with bursts of speed up to 35 mph. They reach maturity around 15 years old and their life span is estimated at 70 years. Sharks do not have bone which makes it difficult for scientists to determine their age. Species- Carcharodon carcharias Genus- Carcharodon The latin name means “jagged-tooth one”....   [tags: jaws, teeth, white death]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Dear White People '

- ... Troy Fairbanks falls somewhere in the middle between Sam and Coco. He is a legacy student who comes from privilege and seems to do a better job in convincing others that he is being himself, when in reality his father runs his life. Lastly Lionel Higgins who differs from the other characters in the fact that he fits in with no one. Lionel could be seen as the Bayard Rustin of the story, he possesses the ability to lead and change Winchester for the better, but his sexual orientation holds him back....   [tags: African American, White people, Racism]

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White Privilege : Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack

- In her article "Representing Whiteness in the Black Imagination" bell hooks argues that the distance between the white and black races created a tense relationship between the two. This tension caused a multitude of problems that are still present today including systems of domination, stereotypes of one another, white naivety of their privilege and fear of white individuals. Similarly, Ruth Frankenberg 's article "White Women, Race Matters" discuss these issues but from the perspective of a white feminist....   [tags: White people, Race, Racism, Race]

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The Portrayal Of The White Guilt By Leigh Anne

- ... An ongoing plotline, it is documented throughout the film that Michael’s mother was a drug addicted, abusive, and promiscuous woman who has over a dozen children with many different men. Michael is taken from her by Child Protective Services when he is young, and he has flashbacks to this moment of being taken from her throughout the film. There is no question his separation from his mother at such a young age led to his lack of developing social, academic, and emotional skills. The highlight of this portrayal is when Leigh Anne travels into the projects and tracks down Michael’s biological mother....   [tags: White people, Black people, Race]

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White Collar Crime And Criminal Acts

- White-Collar Crime It is not every day that we find out about white collar criminal acts yet these peaceful wrongdoings are on the ascent as well. Government Bureau of Investigation expresses that USA, for instance, recorded clerical wrongdoings summing $300 billion consistently (Cornell University, 2010). Office crime is moderately another thought. It has been available in yards for very much quite a while however the thought may even now be questionable for some. Legal advisors and law experts proceed with their question in regards to the grounds and degree for cubicle criminal acts....   [tags: Criminology, Theft, White-collar crime]

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John Doe Case Study: Theft and Prosecution

- John Doe is an individual that left his country in an effort to make a better life. However, he does not have legal status in America and was recently arrested for shoplifting merchandise, which was valued over $1,000.In 2013 Turley stated, “Millions of people in this country are indeed here illegally. While many would prefer to use “undocumented workers,” many others believe that these individuals are illegal by definition and should not be allowed to circumvent immigration laws.” Upon John’s arrest, he voluntarily began to make incriminating statements to the arresting officers....   [tags: Defendant, Shoplifting]

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The Effects Of Hunting On Deer Population

- ... The reason that the overall deer population was remaining steady turned out to be that does were attracting other bucks from different territories into the area. When the Cornell University performed the tubal ligations, does would still progress through their reproductive cycle (continue to be in heat), even if the uterus was cut off from the Fallopian tubes. This caused the does to continue to progress through their “cycle” each month, since they weren’t fertile. This method was eventually purged from practice due to the side effects of attracting other bucks into the area, and it proved to be ineffective due to the fact that 3 out of 77 does that had tubal ligation still conceived faw...   [tags: White-tailed deer, Hunting, Deer, Tubal ligation]

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John Doe : An Unsuccessful Attempt At Coming Into The United States

- ... to provide for themselves and their families and do not pose a threat to Americans First of all, in Mexico, the main source of illegal immigration to the U.S., numerous immigrants are coming because they can’t make enough money in Mexico to afford luxuries such as sending their children to school, so men will come to the U.S. temporarily to work (Urrea 44). Many illegal immigrants come in search of honest money to help their families; in fact, they plan on making just enough money to pay for their children to go to school or buy food, and they plan to go back home and take the money back to their family....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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White Robed Racists

- Lynching’s, bombing, assassinations, and shootings are a few of the many ways that a secret White supremacist group otherwise known as the Ku Klux Klan used to bring terror to the hearts of Civil Rights Activist. “White power, White pride, Worldwide” was an iconic motto for the Ku Klux Klan. Ironically, in To Kill a Mockingbird Bob Ewell seemed to follow the motto, making you wonder, was Bob Ewell a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Bob Ewell’s constant suppression of Tom Robinson led to Tom’s imprisonment and finally death (Lee)....   [tags: Ku Kux Klan, white supremacy]

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White Privilege Is A Form Of Embedded Racism

- White privilege is a form of embedded racism wherein “white” people are granted greater power, prestige, and/or access to resources (cite this from textbook). The story of Jennifer Camblett is about a white lesbian woman who wanted to undergo artificial insemination, but it resulted in a huge problem because the sperm bank sent the wrong specimen. She found out well into her pregnancy but went through with it anyways. After 2 years the baby girl was born, she is deciding to sue the sperm bank even after they gave her a refund because the baby was black....   [tags: Racism, Black people, Race, White people]

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The White Snow : A Literary Critical Look At Native Son

- The White Snow: A Literary Critical Look at Native Son “Hating people because of their color is wrong. And it doesn 't matter which color does the hating. It 's just plain wrong.” Muhammed Ali embodies the opposition to racism in American society by exposing its invalidity. In Native Son, a novel written by Richard Wright, Bigger Thomas, a black youth from South Side Chicago, must survive in a white dominated, American society. He explores options to seize his environment, which is done through violence and defiance in every position....   [tags: Black people, White people, Race, White American]

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