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Recycling : A New Form Of Recycling

- When most people hear the word recycling they think of plastic water bottles, milk jugs, or even old paper that they can reuse, but this is not necessarily the case anymore. Scientists and researchers have discovered a new form of recycling that is going to help better the environment and it can even help make people money. Smokers around the world do not think about recycling their used cigarette butts, but this new form of recycling has changed some of their minds on this subject. Recycling has been a major environmental issue, but most people have forgotten about it or they just do not care for it anymore....   [tags: Recycling, Waste management, Reuse, Waste]

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Cyberbullying Is A New Form Of Bullying

- The act of bullying has been present in children’s life throughout time. It has been seen in movies, books, and even real life situations. In recent years there has been in increase in the use of technology and the Internet. As a result a new type of bullying has been introduced to today’s generation of teenagers. This new type of bullying is known as cyberbullying. Cyberbullying has a negative impact on the lives of the teenagers that experience it. Cyberbullying is a new form of bullying that has developed through the increase in the use of technology throughout recent years....   [tags: Abuse, Bullying, Adolescence, Internet]

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Fascism : A New Form Of Fascism

- Fascism is a Big Business-Big Government partnership that relies on propaganda to control its citizens. In the book titled Friendly Fascism, Bertram Gross argues that the United States and other capitalist countries practice a new form of fascism. Classical fascism can be defined as a government partnership with business that advances the political ideology of a nation. This political ideology advances with the help of big business and can be delivered through violence. Classical fascist states include Hitler’s Germany, Mussolini’s Italy, and Konoye’s Japan....   [tags: World War II, Military, Capitalism, Democracy]

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Prisons : A New Form Of Prisons

- Prisons have been around for decades. Keeping housed, those of our society who have been convicted Of many crimes ranging from theft, rape all the way to capital murder. “Do the crime you do the time.” Now, there is no argument that prisons aren’t a necessity to keep order and peace for the public. But There is a new form of prisons called private prisons and they are costing more than just convict’s time and freedom, but are also costing law abiding citizen’s major tax dollars and taking away a lot of financial freedom from the government....   [tags: Prison, Penology, Criminal justice, Punishment]

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Capitalism : The New Form Of Idolatry

- Catholic Pope Francis made several statements regarding capitalism in an article written by Ibctimes. The Pope referred to capitalism as the new form of idolatry. He made a powerful statement saying money should serve humanity, not lead. Some American citizen are not aware of what capitalism is. Capitalism is the system that allows individual private owners to make a profit from providing goods and services. These private owners are able to choose what they want to sell as well as set their own prices that are accepted by consumers....   [tags: Capitalism, Free market, Economic system]

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Cyberbullying Is A New Form Of Bullying

- Cyberbullying is a new form of bullying that follows students from the hallways of their schools to the privacy of their homes. Many victims of cyberbullying are bullied 4 from the moment they wake up and check their cell phone or e-mail, to the time they go to bed and shut off their computer or cell phone. Cyberbullying is bullying or harassment that happens online and more difficult to stop because you need to have all the evidence saved to prove it happened. Cyberbullying is nothing to mess around with if a kid is being cyberbullied you need to get that taking care of before it gets any worse....   [tags: Bullying, Abuse, Victimisation, Humiliation]

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Obesity : A New Form Of Normalcy

- Today, obesity is swooping through the nation at such an alarming rate it could be considered an epidemic. In today’s society, obesity has become a new form of normalcy, it isn 't uncommon to see an individual who looks to be obese regardless of the person’s background or ethnicity. Historically, being heftier and rounded indicated a sort of indication of a status of wealth and good health, so it is important to note that the views upon obesity have shifted dramatically in terms of not just physical appearance, but more importantly health....   [tags: Obesity, Nutrition, Health, Body mass index]

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The New Form Of Male Contraception

- Earlier I mentioned the introduction of the new form of male contraception Vasalgel. This product is yet to be put out for the frequent use of patients, but has been through numerous tests. Vasalgel has shown many great attributes for the up and coming of male birth control. According to the Parsemus Foundation many people have tested this product and amongst this animals have also been tested. As I began to read through the article it was easy to tell what patients liked and disliked about this new forming contraceptive....   [tags: Birth control, Pregnancy, Abortion]

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A New Form Of Government

- Throughout the nation’s history, the United States of America has been through many obstacles in creating a robust form of government. America was divided between power, greed, and wealth. Many tried to gain power or wealth which ended up in several confrontations including the civil war. America realized it was time to come together as a nation and pull the country out of its current chaotic state. To do this America would need to unify and create equality among all people throughout the country....   [tags: United States Declaration of Independence]

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A New Form of Anti-Semitism

- A New form of Anti-Semitism Adolf Hitlers’ Mein Kampf published July 18, 1925 outlined Hitler’s plan to reform Germany based on one true race. During this time period; shortly after World War One, Germany was on the bridge of economic, political, and social shambles. In 1919 the signing of the Treaty of Versailles threw Germany even closer to self destruction. The Treaty proposed new sanctions and relinquished territories from Germany, while in essence burdening the cost of the war on Germany....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Nazi Germany]

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New Form of Bullying: Cyberbullying

- School should be a place to go and receive information that should help young men and women become better success in life. School is also a place where one should feel a maximum of security around them, to let the children know that they are safe and will not be harmed, made fun of, or dehumanized. One way children feel that they have been violated is because of a former problem know as bullying. Bullying has been known for causing children to suffer poorly in school; not only in their academics, but as well as their social life....   [tags: school, social media, facebook]

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A New Form of Music: The Baroque Period

- The Baroque period was “one of the most brilliant periods in history, standing squarely at the crossroads between medieval and modern times, this was an age of real achievement, strong hope, and vigorous actuality” (McKinney 270). The term Baroque comes from the Portuguese word barroco, meaning a pearl of irregular shape (Smith 31). Beginning in Italy, the Baroque period was known for its “grandiose concepts” and “magnificent effects”. The grandiose concepts were basically concepts that were grand and over the top....   [tags: handel, vivaldi]

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Is College Doomed? A New Form Of University?

- Colleges and universities in the past were limited to one type of student, upper class males, but now colleges and universities are centers of education for people of all backgrounds. People from different backgrounds and opinions congregating at these centers of education, forced many colleges to evolve. By giving colleges and universities a large variety in their students, it forces them to ditch a standard on education. Due to this fact, all colleges and universities must deliver an assortment of options in the effort of giving everyone the best education possible....   [tags: University, Higher education, College, Education]

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Cyber Bullying : A New Form Of Bullying

- The widespread use of electronic communication has given rise to a new form of bullying, taking place in cyberspace. In its traditional sense, bullying can be defined as an antagonistic, deliberate and repeated behavior of a group or an individual against a victim who cannot defend him or herself. Cyber bullying is also a deliberate and repeated behavior but it takes place online, using electronic forms of contact such as cell phones, emails, and social networking applications or sites. The availability of the Internet and the increasing popularity of social networks, along with the seeming anonymity of interactions make cyber bullying the dominant bullying form among modern youths today....   [tags: Bullying, Abuse, Self-esteem, Cyber-bullying]

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Human Trafficking : A New Form Of Slavery

- Modern-day slavery; a term I would use to describe human trafficking in a few words. Slavery has always been known as the tragic events that occurred to the African Americans in the early 1600s, where the African Americans were forced into labor with no choice and had to work under the mercy of their plantation owner. Besides, being forced to work, the African Americans faced many physical and sexual abuses. Although many people believe slavery is over, that is not entirely true. A new form of slavery, known as human trafficking is occurring all over the world today....   [tags: Slavery, Human trafficking, Smuggling]

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Technology Companies- A New Form of Monopoly

- A monopoly is defined as the exclusive possession or control of the supply or trade in a commodity or service. Big technology companies such as Comcast, Apple, and AT&T have seemingly created a new form of monopoly, a limited supplier monopoly. These companies have interchangeable software at exceedingly similar prices. These companies work together to prey on other businesses and consumers. Also, smaller technology startups are selling to these big companies to either grow their product or just to make quick capital....   [tags: Exclusive Possession, Supply, Trade, Commodity]

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New Form of Black Control

- It has widely been understood that the American criminal justice system has two primary and possibly conflicting objectives: preventing and controlling crime, and achieving justice. Perceived racial disparities in the American criminal justice system have been noted to exist throughout its history. This is especially true when comes to African Americans. Starting from its genesis during the early 18th century and through to the 21st century, the inequities built into the structure of the criminal justice system have been and will continue to be called into question unless and until this problem is addressed....   [tags: discrimination in the criminal justice system]

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Cyberbullying: The New Form of Bullying

- Forty- three percent of teens have experienced cyber bullying in their life (“43 percent”). Bullying has changed so much throughout the years; it went from calling teens malicious things to their faces, to saying vile things on the computer. Cyber bullying is a colossal problem with teens, and it is hard to escape because of all the technology that surrounds them. Cyber bullying is in complex to do, especially with all the technology teens can use. Teens can send instant messages or text messages....   [tags: Internet, Sociology, cyber bullying]

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Cyberbulling: The New Form of Bullying

- ... The were executing faculty and student alike, without remorse. This act of local terrorism was motivated because these 2 students who had been harassed, felt victimized. This rationalization place many citizens at awe. Parents felt that something must be done to address the problem. They started increasing awareness of bullying in schools. What I may propose is that rather than encourage children to report bullying and then punish the bullies, educators need to be teaching children not to be victims....   [tags: how to stop it]

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Cohabitation Is A New Family Form

- Cohabitation is when a couple is living together, but not legally married (Bulanda and Manning, 2008). Cohabitation hasn’t been studied in depth until recently which leads studies to experience inaccurate samples of the population. Moreover, many forms of families, like single parent families or previous divorced families, are adopting cohabitation as a new family form. According to the Bureau Census of 2001, in the U.S it is one of the fastest growing family forms (Bulanda and Manning, 2008). I argue that children of cohabitation experience different life outcomes as children of married parents due to the negative life outcomes associated with cohabitation....   [tags: Family, Marriage, Cohabitation]

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A New Form of Expansion

- A New Form of Expansion Before the start of the Spanish-American War of the late nineteenth-century and World War I in the early twentieth century, the United States had encouraged expansion as being a way of gaining power. For example, the Frontier thesis, conveyed that it is through the expansion of new lands that humanity would continue to progress. Also the United States portrayed its impatience to expand through Manifest Destiny: the desire to expand from sea to sea with the goal to own and cultivate as much land as possible....   [tags: Papers]

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Social Media Advertising : A New Form Of Advertising

- As the internet became more popular, so did a new form of advertising: social media. While social media advertising is different than print or television advertising, the same rules and regulations apply. But, it is difficult for companies to know when they are crossing the line. A rule often forgotten by businesses when using social media advertising is disclosing endorsements. An example of this oversight was described in a MediaPost article: “Advertising agency Deutsch LA, Inc. came under scrutiny in 2014 from the FTC for the social media campaign it designed for the Sony PlayStation Vita....   [tags: Advertising, Mass media, False advertising]

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Domestic Violence : A New Form Of Violent Crime

- In the twentieth century, the increase of domestic violence has increase over the years, it is defined as a new form of violent crime. Domestic Violence can be perpetuated by members in which we maintain an intimate relationship. In the book Fundmentals of Criminology (2013), mentions that “Domestic Violence is widespread with over 1.7 million domestic violence victimizations and over 1.1 million victimizations involving intimate partner violence in the United States in 2011 (Frailing & Harper, p....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

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Affirmative Action is Discrimination in a New Form

- Affirmative Action - Discrimination in a New Form   The roots of affirmative action can be traced back to the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act where legislation redefined public and private behavior. The act states that to discriminate in private is legal, but anything regarding business or public discrimination is illegal ("Affirmative" 13). There are two instances when opposing affirmative action might seem the wrong thing to do. Even these two cases don't justify the use of affirmative action....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]

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The Anti Federalists And Federalists Fear Of The Majority Of A New Form Of Government

- By focusing on the merits of a strong central government in Federalist Paper 10 and the disadvantages of the Articles of Confederation in Federalist Paper 15, Madison and Hamilton address the Anti-federalists fear of the tyranny of the majority and ultimately succeed in persuading the Anti-federalists that the necessity and institution of a new form of government will inherently represent the majority without infringing on the rights of the minority. In Federalist 10, Madison focuses primarily on the concerns of Anti-federalists and Federalists alike regarding factions, which he defines as “a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or minority of the whole, who are united and a...   [tags: United States Constitution, Democracy]

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The Evolution Of The Imperialism Concept And From A New Form Of Social Organization

- This essay will try to present a basic understanding around the evolution of the imperialism concept and from there how the 3 fold social order emerge as a possible answer to a better way of living for the human being. In the Ancient era, the society was completely dominated by priests (Egypt or China) where they are governed by a divine being (Pharaoh or King), there is no independence or separated political realm as nowadays, and also there is no separation of the economic realm, everything is controlled by the spiritual realm.( priest court)....   [tags: Time, Present, Sociology, Politics]

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Cyber Warfare: Defending Against a New Form of Terrorism

- Introduction Cyber warfare is a new type of terrorism is the United States. The United States National Security Team is responsible for handling computer warfare battles against hackers. The government should invest more money and resources in cyber warfare defense to protect our nation’s economy and infrastructure that is heavily dependent on technology. Imminent Threat The threat of a cyber-attack on our nation’s infrastructure is now viewed by the majority of American’s as an imminent and credible one that demands greater resources and spending....   [tags: hackers, threat, cyber-attack]

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Medical Marijuana: A not so new form of medical treatment

- Marijuana usage for the purpose of medical treatment has been a debated issue in many states and Countries around the world. The United Kingdom and Canada have both adopted laws that are directed at protecting patients and doctors from prosecution due to possession and usage of marijuana for medical purposes. Australia has passed laws, but has not put them into effect, and the United States has not made any allowances, leaving marijuana in the same category with other illegal drugs and allowing for prosecution if a person is found to be growing, possessing or using marijuana, regardless of the reasons....   [tags: Medical Marijuana]

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Ben Jonson's Volpone - A New Form of Comedy

- Many critics of Ben Jonson's 'Volpone' have argued that it is not a true comedy but rather a mix of tragedy, comedy, and satire. Many have also claimed that it follows the traditional beast-fable that can be found in the tales of Aesop. Although Volpone takes on some characteristics of tragedy, it seems to follow closer to the conventions of comedy. But it is not the traditional form of comedy. It is a play that takes on the form of a comical satire as well as a morality play. It also adapts the features of a fable in that it strives to teach a moral....   [tags: Ben Jonson Volpone Essays]

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Globalization: A New Form of Economic Imperialism

- Globalization is a new concept that was introduced to the world after the fall of the communist regime. Globalization has to its identity social, economic, and political reforms, .however the globalization that we are about to discuss is the term that combines the past socio-economic and political reforms and cross with them to the world where their are no boundaries, restrictions, and immobilization what Mittelman describes as . cross-border flows of capital, knowledge, and consumer goods . (Mittelman 1)....   [tags: Outsourcing, Offshoring, Free Trade]

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The Imperial Russian Ballet And Pavlova Perfected A New Art Form

- Anna Pavlova perfected a new art form. Her passion and dedication to ballet impacted Russia’s culture and the direction in this specific art. Pavlova was recognized as the leading artist for both Imperial Russian Ballet and Ballets Russes of Sergei Diaghilev while her best ballet performances included the Birth of a Dying Swan and The Dragonfly. Anna impacted Russian ballet but it originated in Russia by Tsar Alexis Mikhailovich and Peter the Great which brought this exquisite art to their country while others played an integral part to make this art spectacular....   [tags: Ballet, Dance, Classical ballet, Sergei Diaghilev]

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Target's Functional Form: The New Imperative

- Target's Functional Form: The New Imperative As their motto states: "Design for All", Target stores have thrived on the rise of consumers' desire for aesthetically enjoyable goods, weakening the Modernist principle Form follows Function. A product's value has predominately been determined by its success of utility. However, upon the inception of widespread mass production and accessible retail, there has been a natural gravitation toward the need for more personalized, specialized, and unique products....   [tags: Business Analysis Target]

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Basket Weaving: Old Tradition to New Art Form

- Basket Weaving: Old Tradition to New Art Form Basket weaving is a form of artwork that is common among the Native Americans in the Southwestern United States. At the same time, it may possibly be the oldest textile art known to mankind. Therefore, the baskets we see today are a development of an art handed down through the generations. Throughout time, one thing has remained constant: women have traditionally been the basket weavers in Native American tribes. Women basket weavers, therefore, have developed their skill over the thousands of years from making useful household products during prehistoric times, to the present, where their work is sold on a commercial market to Native Am...   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Presenting of a New Grammar: Indirect Questions

- ... x May I ask what time it is. Where do you live. x Can you tell me where you live. Teacher: Can you see any differencies. Vidíte nějaké rozdíly. Zkuste je popsat česky. Possible answers of the students could be: indirect question is longer, than direct and, that the order of verb and subject has been changed. Then the teacher summarizes the students‘s ideas and explains again the main differencies in Czech, for better understanding. Teacher: Hlavním rozdílem tedy je, že v nepřímé otázce je slovosled stejný jako ve větě oznamovací....   [tags: form and use, 9th grade]

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Symbolism: A Door to New Views

- Symbolism is a part of human nature; it has been a form of communication long before the written language. Ideas are conveyed through symbolism. It is frequently used in pop culture today. Many songs and music videos have symbolism in them. The music video for “Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus is symbolic for a destructive relationship. Her being stripped to nothing but her skin represents her vulnerability and how love destroyed her; she emotionally becomes ‘stripped and naked’. The wrecking ball represents how she feels....   [tags: pop culture, form of communication]

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Is Nursing A Form Of Punishment Is All About Compassionate And Non Judgmental Care?

- Nursing professionals deal with a lot of stress in the course of their duty and this could lead to burnouts, and frustration. They absorb both positive and negative aura constantly when dealing with suffering and dying patients and their families. Due to their close proximity with patients, they stand the risk of getting blamed when situations become unpleasant. However, the most important factor to recall is that nursing is all about compassionate and non-judgmental care. It is imperative to note that many patients believe that their illness is a form of punishment from God perhaps because of a past sin or an unfulfilled promise....   [tags: Jesus, New Testament, Illness, Spirituality]

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Sean Is New York City Biggest Drug Dealer

- Sean is New York City biggest drug dealer. He is the one that distribute drugs to the local street of New York City. Sean is living a double lifestyle. He struggle to balance these two lifestyle together. He knows the only way he could be happy is to leave this drug business beyond him, but it becomes very difficult for him to do that. For one his wife who he loves so much falls in love with this upscale lifestyle that Sean has giving her since they have met. He also has a best friend who he has built this empire with....   [tags: Illegal drug trade, Drug, Form of the Good]

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Free Verse Is An Open Form Of Poetry

- In a poetry workshop, I think students should learn about and write in different forms. Free verse seemed to be the form of choice in ENG 407/507, and those who wrote in a traditional form usually did so as part of an assignment. Addonizio and Laux write: The issue, of course, isn’t whether anyone should write free verse or formal; that decision should come out of the poem’s requirements, out of the integration of form and content. Free verse, after all, has form, too. And it could also be said that each individual poem, whether in free verse or a traditional form, has its own unique, specific form....   [tags: Poetry, Poetic form, Stanza, Spoken word]

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New Orleans, Louisiana, And Charleston

- Established by English colonists in the late seventeenth century, Charleston, South Carolina, received its name from King Charles II of England. Throughout its history the small port city of Charleston supplied the eastern U.S. with trade, culture, and seafood. Meanwhile, in Louisiana, the development of a trading port at the mouth of the Mississippi River was under way. New Orleans, founded in 1722 by French explorers, received its named after the Duke of Orléans. Established fifty years apart, eight hundred miles away, and by different European nations, New Orleans and Charleston can easily be assumed very diverse....   [tags: New Orleans, Louisiana, Mississippi River]

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The Accidental City : Improvising New Orleans

- From reading Dr. Lawrence Powell’s book, “The Accidental City: Improvising New Orleans” I get a deeper understanding of the development of New Orleans and Louisiana itself. Being a native of New Orleans I did not expect to learn anything that I didn’t already know, but this book took me by surprise with the way Dr. Powell goes in depth of the initial foundation, growth, and conflicts in New Orleans. When the French “ruled” the city the main problem that the French faced were the fact of the substantial financial losses it brought and also the diversification of the people inhabiting New Orleans, which went against their initial plans for the city, Spain had problems with the Supreme Council...   [tags: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States]

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Western New York Vs. The Big Apple

- Western New York vs. The Big Apple When comparing Western New York to New York City there are significant cultural differences that come to mind, but also some similarities. New York City is considered the most populous city in the United States. According to the 2014 census the population of the metropolitan region of the city reached to about twenty three million residents. Because of the rapidly growing population it has been named the cultural and financial capital of the world. The city is known for its big impact on finance, art, fashion, education, and entertainment....   [tags: New York City, New York, Buffalo Bills]

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The Delusion of Happiness in Brave New World and Canada

- Abraham Lincoln once said, “Folks are usually about as happy as they make their minds up to be.” Thus, implying happiness can be determined by ones mindset. However, Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World creates a vision of a utopian society that achieves happiness by altering the mindset of its populace to believe they are happy. In a society depicting such a strange ideology of the future, people are no longer as happy as they make their minds up to be, but as happy as the government allows them to be....   [tags: brave new world, huxley]

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The Role of Technology in Huxley's Brave New World

- Technology, which has brought mankind from the Stone Age to the 21st century, can also ruin the life of peoples. In the novel Brave New World, the author Aldous Huxley shows us what technology can do if we exercise it too much. From the novel we can see that humans can lose humanity if we rely on technology too much. In the novel, the author sets the world in the future where everything is being controlled by technology. This world seems to be a very perfectly working utopian society that does not have any disease, war, problems, crisis but it is also a sad society with no feelings, emotions or human characteristics....   [tags: Brave New World]

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Review Of ' The Heavens Are Telling ' From Franz Joseph Haydn 's The Creation Of A Sonata Form

- “The Heavens Are Telling” from Franz Joseph Haydn’s The Creation does not appear at first glance to be structured in a sonata form. There are many elements an observant eye will see are missing if it searches for standard clues of a sonata form. However, the connections between the sections convey a modified sonata form, as do Haydn’s choices in regard to text setting. In this paper the deviations from the standard sonata form are illuminated, and the evidence which supports the labeling of this piece as being in a modified sonata form are presented....   [tags: Sonata form, Tonality, Key signature]

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A Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

- A Brave New World depicts a very strange world that if thought about carefully seems eerily similar to the world we live in today. The main premise of this society is to keep everybody happy. "That is the secret of happiness and virtue-liking what you 've got to do. All conditioning aims at that: making people like their inescapable social destiny." With the rapid evolution of the 1st world in just the past 10 years and the addition of wireless internet, easily accessible media, and phones that have rapidly improved in such a short period of time....   [tags: Brave New World, The World State, Aldous Huxley]

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The Political System Of New York City

- New York City, being a natural port, has drawn to its shore waves of immigration throughout its existence. Largely in part to growing ethnic populations, utilizing ethnic solidarity as a platform to mobilize a political system has been common. This tactic was most prevalent during the late nineteenth century and later on during the 1960s in the form of machine politics. Machine politics as a system relied heavily upon voter loyalty through the distribution of petty material goods and services or patronage (Merton 101)....   [tags: New York City, Chicago, Public administration]

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Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

- Our society is becoming a civilization where many are compelled towards entertainment to stay fulfilled. In Aldous Huxley’s, Brave New World, the society is under control of the government’s regulations. With this intention, the people of the government are controlled by having to deliver pleasure. The world within this novel is unlike our world in numerous ways, but is also similar in several ways. In the society of Brave New World, the citizens are content with their rules they must follow. They are unaware they have been conditioned to living a certain way that is different from other worlds which leads many to confusion and curiosity....   [tags: Nineteen Eighty-Four, Brave New World, World]

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Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

- Brave New World is a magnificent piece of literature that has surpassed all expectations that are valued in a book. Huxley’s novel is a book to praise due to its ruminating themes, evocative characters, and intellectually stimulating overall feel of the novel. Brave New World combines a myriad number of themes together to form a rather deep, shocking, and perplexing novel. Throughout the novel, the reader is presented with unbelievable concepts and ways of life. Brave New World warns the readers about how giving the government too much power can go awry and ultimately change everyone for the worse....   [tags: Brave New World, Dystopia, The World State]

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Is Texting Not A Natural Form Of Communication?

- As stated in the article, “2b or Not 2b” by David Crystal, people believe that texting is not a natural form of communication and that it is wrecking our language. Although some people may agree with this idea, studies have challenged this opinion. Rather than fearing the consequences of texting, people should embrace this evolution and understand that this new form of communication may actually provide benefits to literacy. This author once stated, “there is no evidence that texting teaches people to spell badly: rather, research shows that those kids who text frequently are more likely to be the most literate and the best spellers, because you have to know how to manipulate language” (Davi...   [tags: Text messaging, SMS, Philippines, Mobile phone]

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Human Trafficking : A Form Of Slavery

- Human trafficking The purpose of this paper is to discuss what human trafficking is. Which is a form of slavery in the modern world used by many traffickers to recruit teens. This paper will discuss the many methods that traffickers use to make their victims fall victims to them. For example a method traffickers use to get their victims is to have a sham love, which is a man or woman marry a recruiter without knowing and then are sold by their wife’s or husbands. These traffickers find vulnerable victims who they know they can do anything and they turn them into scared defenseless people they want to by telling them they will hurt their families or other people they know....   [tags: Human trafficking, Slavery, Victim, The Victim]

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Human Trafficking Is A Form Of Slavery

- There are various forms of slavery, whether people choose to believe it or not. Nearly 100 years ago, African-Americans were targeted and in 1926, former U.S President Abraham Lincoln banned slavery. Giving the idea that every man and woman is free. Now nearly 100 years later we’re in the same boat, again. With a new form of slavery, human trafficking. These two articles are trying to solve the ongoing issues of human trafficking and how to stop the epidemic. Biswas creates a better understanding of human trafficking in her article, “Human Trafficking Scenario in Bangladesh: Some Concerns”....   [tags: Prostitution, Human trafficking, Slavery]

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The Dance Is A Performance Art Form

- COLLAPSE Dance is a performance art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement. This movement has aesthetic symbolic value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a particular culture. Dance has been an important part of ceremony, rituals, celebrations and entertainment since before the birth of the earliest human civilizations. An early use of dance may have been as a precursor to ecstatic trance states in healing rituals. It is used for this purpose by many cultures from the Brazillian rainforest to the Kalahari Desert....   [tags: Dance, Social dance, Participation dance]

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Democracy as the Best Form of Government

- The foundation of the modern political system was laid in the times when the world was strangled in slavery. In those moments, enlightened minds in Greek came up with the new system that was there to remain for the next thousands of years. This system, now known as democracy, is a form of government in which supreme power is vested to the people themselves. People have the right to elect their leaders directly or indirectly through a scheme of representation usually involving periodically held free elections....   [tags: free election, democratic government, politics]

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Why Do Leaders Of New Religions Use The Media For Recruitment?

- Introduction: Why do leaders of new religions use the media for recruitment. I argue that through the media, leaders of new religious movements in America are able to market and mobilize their theology in appealing ways in order to recruit new members. Since the spread of new religions in America during the sixties through the eighties there has been extensive research into the appeal of joining such newly established groups. It was at this time that prevalent new religious movements such as The Church of Scientology, The Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (also referred to as Unificationists), and The Church of Latter Day Saints (LDS), which I will focus on in this paper,...   [tags: Religion, New religious movement]

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Video Games as an Art Form

- The editors of a popular American magazine called Appleton’s Journal, upon laying their eyes on an example of a new kind of art form their reaction was one of surprise and disgust, and they considered any claim of it or anything like it being called “art” as an insult to “true art” and to the skill of the masters who create “true art”. Those editors were not reacting to any video game, the year was 1878 and they were giving their honest opinion on an impressionist painting, but frankly they might have as well been talking about video games....   [tags: alternative views to traditional concepts of art]

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Democracy: The Best Form of Government

- “Democracy is worth dying for, because it’s the most deeply honorable form of government ever devised by man” (Reagan, N.d.). This quote said by Ronald Reagan, shows that Democracy is more than just a government; it’s honor, freedom and hope. While looking at previous government systems, including Communism and Capitalism, one can notice the limitations that made each of these government systems fail time and time again. Through the balance of other systems prior, people representation, and limited power, Democracy has been proven helpful to this country’s prosperity and growth....   [tags: sociology, politics, forms of government]

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The Critical Response to Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World

- After writing an incredible novel that to some was quite controversial due to its antigovernment subject, Aldous Huxley became one of the greatest writers of his time with his novel Brave New World. Huxley’s background had a significant influence on his writings and to the subject of his marvelous novel. The period in which Brave New World was written, along with the historical and cultural conditions of the time, also had an immense affect on the work. As an illustrious writer with such a controversial novel, many had their own critical responses to this piece of literature....   [tags: Brave New World Essays]

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Dialogue As A Form Of Communication

- In the last fifteen years or so, dialogue has become an important topic of discussion in the offices, workplaces and even in our neighbourhood. As a result we ask ourselves what we really mean by organisational dialogue. According to William Isaaacs During the dialogue process, people learn how to think together – not just in The sense of analysing a shared problem or creating new pieces of shared Knowledge, but in the sense of occupying a collective sensibility, in which The thoughts, emotions, and resulting actions belong not to one individual, But to all of them together....   [tags: Management, Organization, Strategic management]

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Communication, A Form Of Communication

- Mediated communication, a form of communication carried out by the use of technology, is becoming increasingly popular in today’s society. Used carefully and in the right way, it can provide improvements in our daily lives, whether it be for work or downtime. According to Alder, Rolls, and Proctor II, some benefits include creating a “glocalized” world, meaning connecting people from all over the world, encouraging offline interactions, and minimizing the perception of differences (Alder, Rolls, & Proctor II, 2015, pp....   [tags: Social media, Communication]

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A Positive Relationship Between New Media And Young Media

- New media is referred to the process of distributing and exhibiting content instead of producing it, which is firstly summarized by Manovich (2001, p43). After stepping into digital era, the concept of new media commonly shows up in many scenarios and gradually became the mainstream force leading the digital economy. Considering China as a representative example, new media applications such as WeChat, QQ, Weibo are dominant components form its fast booming digital economy. Nevertheless, comparison between new media and old media never stops and it is always arguably whether new media truly overcomes the limitation of old media....   [tags: Advertising, Mass media, Media, New media art]

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Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's ' Brave New World '

- Ideas and aspects of a utopian society described in literature, movies and other forms of expression seem unrelated to the freedom of modern society; but are they really. In the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, he takes ideas that pertain to physical satisfaction in modern society and exaggerates them. The separation of sex and love, the fixation with age and subliminal messaging and advertising are all ideas included in Huxley’s novel that are prevalent in today’s society. The degradation of sex in society is becoming more and more evident....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Science fiction]

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Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- The Impact of Technology “Technology gives us power, but it does not and cannot tell us how to use that power. Thanks to technology, we can instantly communicate across the world, but it still doesn 't help us know what to say. “ - Jonathan Sacks Technology and science has contributed to making the way we live today easier with inventions such as cars,computers and phones as well as new medical studies leading to better lives. The convenience of these advancements in technology have benefited our world but, what point does the convenience start to control humanity....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Technology]

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt 's New Deal

- The Great Depression that began in 1929 was a crucial time in America’s history as the unregulated capitalism and overproduction in the previous period created an economic and social catastrophe. 25% of the nation was unemployed as citizens lost a sense of dignity and self-reliance. Finding a balance between capitalism and socialism in order to regulate the economy and ensure the right of the citizens a new social and economic reform agenda by President Franklin D. Roosevelt called the New Deal was established....   [tags: Great Depression, New Deal, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

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Aldous Huxley 's A Brave New World

- In Aldrous Huxley’s A Brave New World, pleasure is the main driving force in life. The government uses tools such as the wonder drug soma and the endorphins naturally released during and after sexual intercourse to keep the minds of their well-tended flock off of matters that might concern them if they had not previously been conditioned to resort to a vice the moment that they begin to conceive an ill thought. Lenina 's adulation of John, the Savage, is perhaps one of the more obvious triggers of soma usage within the novel....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Soma, We]

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New York City 's Coordinated Anti Graffiti

- Active A writer who currently paints. Aerosol paint Aerosol paint is a type of paint that comes in a sealed pressurized container and is released in an aerosol spray when depressing a valve button. Graffiti artists use aerosol for its speed, portability, and permanence. Artists usually have a broad array of paint, including assorted brands, which they collect and stockpile. There are hard-core artists who hunt and collect paint for years, seeking uncommon and discontinued colors to set their work apart....   [tags: Fixing Broken Windows, New York City, Graffiti]

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- A world filled with happiness, love, anger, guilt, jealousy, and hurt is a world one is accustomed to in present day. Now imagine a world where one only feels happiness. Is it possible for one to only experience the effects of true happiness without encountering any distressful obstacles along the way. In Aldous Huxley’s, Brave New World, he has creates a utopia where every citizen lives each day filled with joy. Although this Brave New World may sound enticing, one must understand all of the rights that are being taken away....   [tags: Brave New World, The World State, Aldous Huxley]

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- Freedom is one of the pillars on which modern society is built upon. Our society, though filled with sadness, contains a truer pleasure and quoting Walter Wangerin Junior, “The difference between shallow happiness and a deep, sustaining joy is sorrow”. Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World describes a society deprived of its freedom in order to pursue a shallow happiness. Huxley’s representation of the future shows a conditioned consumerist ideology forced upon their denizens. This ideology gives direction to people’s actions, by forcing them to pursue monetary gain; however, by being conditioned to believe this, citizens lose free will in the pursuit of a false joy....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Dystopia, We]

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- The technocratic paradigm, as labeled by Pope Francis in Laudato Si’, is an established model in which most, if not all, actions and thoughts are heavily influenced by technology. As humans continue to rely on technology, their power continues to diminish, making technology an unmatched driving force in the overall future of humanity. Such consequences are elaborated upon through Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World where humanity is eradicated as technology is established into every daily aspect of a citizen’s life—from test-tube creation to cremation....   [tags: Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, Huxley family]

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is a science fiction book that captures both the benevolent and malevolent sides of cloning and mass production of human embryos through science. Huxley’s book, published in 1932, conveys his well-developed and disturbingly accurate ideas about human behavior in what was then the distant future. Some of Huxley’s predictions have been realized today, some to a greater degree than others. These specific predictions which are closely related to today are; our sexual practices, obsession with youth and beauty, abuse of drug and the declining practice of religion....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, The World State]

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- From the beginning of time, humans have always endeavored to be happy. During this time, thousands of different people have given their interpretation of the term happiness. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the simplified definition of happiness is feeling pleasure or joy because of a certain situation. In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, Controller, Mustapha Mond, conceals the truth in order to keep everyone happy. He gives people drugs and brainwashes them into believing that life is good....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, The World State]

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Limitations of New Criticism in Carol Ann Duffy’s Little Red Cap

- Literature emerges from an amalgamation of external influence, literary form, readership, and authorial intent (Tyson 136). New Criticism asserts that only analysis of concrete and specific examples existing within the text can accurately assess literary work (135). New Criticism also discounts authorial agency and cultural force that informs construction of a text. New Critics believe sources of external evidence produce intentional fallacy, the flawed acceptance of the author’s intention as the text’s true meaning, and affective fallacy, the confusion of the text with the emotions it produces (136-37)....   [tags: new criticism, carol duffy, culture]

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The French New Wave By Jean Luc Godard

- The French New Wave, particularly the works of Jean Luc Godard, has an important in the history of modern cinema. The new sense of realism that came out of his works would change film as an art form for the rest of time. A group of trailblazing directors who formed there own critical school called Cahiers du Cinema, set a new form of filmmaking in motion in the mid 1950’s. André Bazin is one of the most well known of these critics. The new style of the “Nouvelle Vague” rejected the linear tropes of the hollywood films that preceded, bring about complex narratives drawing focus to the common man or woman....   [tags: French New Wave, Jean-Luc Godard, Film noir]

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Modernism and New Criticism

- Modernism and New Criticism The ways in which we define the importance of texts is constantly changing. We can look back and see critical theories used, such as Historical Criticism, Reader-Response Criticism and Psychoanalytic Criticism. Each of these theories offers a different way to interpret a text. However, when looking back over the texts of a specific era, shouldn’t the type of criticism we used for a book be based on that time period. Defining the Modernist Era of literature seems almost impossible, since the definition of modernism often seems to constitute anything from being “new and common” to “new and uncommon” (Barzun)....   [tags: Modernism New Criticism Literature Essays]

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Videogames Are A Form Of Digital Narrative And Storytelling

- Videogames are a form of digital narrative and storytelling that has grown in popularity, accessibility, and supply, offering a range of diverse and intricate constructions of thematic exploration. As videogames continue to expand in their demographic reach, their comprehensive storytelling, and thematic analysis, students are becoming increasingly familiar and engaged with these forms of text as opposed to more traditional form of reading such as books (Golden 2001). This where mass debate on the inclusion of videogames in the English curriculum germinates: does English teach students what is literature, or do students teach English what is literature....   [tags: Education, Teacher, College, High school]

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Electronic Currency : A Form Of Digital Currency

- The first transaction using bitcoins, a form of digital currency, occurred in early 2009. It wasn’t until around the middle of 2013, that bitcoins transactions actually started to surge in the online market. The unregulated digital currency quickly got worldwide attention of regulatory agencies and banks due the anonymous nature of transactions. This decentralized form of currency raised many questions and concerns because of the pure nature of the virtual currency. The accounting profession had no central guidance on how to classify and treat this new form of digital currency....   [tags: Currency, Money, Exchange rate, IRS tax forms]

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Alzheimer 's Disease Is A Form Of Dementia

- Nancy Reagan, former American actress and former First Lady of the United States, once said, “When people say, ‘You have Alzheimer’s,’ you have no idea what Alzheimer’s is. You know it’s not good. You know there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. That’s the only way you can go. But you really don’t know anything about it. And you don’t know what to expect.” A. Brett Hauber and coauthors say that “Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia characterized by progressive deterioration in memory, cognition, and functional ability” (Hauber et al 1)....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Memory loss]

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Gregorian Chant: A Form to Worship God

- Of all ways to worship God, perhaps one of the greatest methods is through music. From the beginning of salvation history, music has been utilized by all the faithful and perhaps one of the greatest expressions of musical worship in the church would be Gregorian chant. Having roots back to the ancient Hebrews, and having been refined throughout the church’s history, Gregorian chant is arguably the highest point in unified Christian music, taking a central role in Catholic worship. It is still considered to be a great experience for all to enjoy, yet contains the words of the Lord in an elegant manner....   [tags: music, church, history]

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The New Testament, Jesus And All His Deeds, Death And Resurrection

- In our first class session we accomplished a lot, we learned about the key themes that can be found in the New testament and how one goes about questioning the themes and connecting the new and old testaments. The one major theme that we found to be one of the big ones of the New Testament was Jesus and all his deeds, death and resurrection. When this theme was first revealed to the class, I thought well obviously. But once we began to talk about all the other themes such as restoration, redemption, the church and the building relationship between the Jews and Gentiles....   [tags: New Testament, Old Testament, Bible, Jesus]

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Prospects of Large Scale Rice Suitability Analysis in Papua New Guinea

- Till today rice, wheat, and corn, do not form the staple food for the vast majority of Papua New Guineans. Their carbohydrate needs are still fulfilled by sweet potato, taro, yams, sago and bananas. Agriculture began in Papua New Guinea (PNG) about 10,000 years ago as shown by archaeological research where starch was found on stone tools excavated in Kuk in western highlands. It suggested that taro was cultivated in Kuk at that time. A number of staple food crops such as banana, sago, taro, greater yam, highland and lowland pitpits etc....   [tags: rice, food crops, new guinea farmers]

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Brave New World : The Perfect Society Created Through The Power Of Science And Technology

- Brave New World: The Perfect Society Created Through the Power of Science and Technology The knowledge of advanced technology and science, causes (any society to become powerful) the society in Brave New World to become powerful. In Aldous Huxley’s best seller, Brave New World, the society revolves around the usage of science, it is integrated into the lives of all individuals. The society’s ambition is the growth in technology; this is the one goal the citizens of Brave New World are concerned with....   [tags: Social class, Sociology, Brave New World]

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