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    Ambiguity Tolerance Essay

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    Defining ambiguity tolerance is complex. Chappelle and Roberts (1986) define ambiguity tolerance as “a person’s ability to function rationally and calmly in a situation in which interpretation of all stimuli is not clear” (p.30). Tolerant people are better able to tolerate the feelings of anxiety and uncertainty. They will perceive and interpret ambiguous situations more adequately, in a realistic way, without denying or distorting parts of its complexity. Tolerant people are likely to elaborate

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    about my tolerance for ambiguity, risk taking, locus of control, my big five personality, and my MBTI self-assessment. I also want to explain some new things that I have learned about myself and also who I want to become. Figuring out who you want to become can really change a person’s life and turn your life around for the better. First of all, tolerance for ambiguity means how easily a person can cope with a situation when a great deal is unknown. I have a greater intolerance for ambiguity. I scored

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    point in his life been posed with a question of which path to take. Obviously, there would be a dilemma on his part and the poem revolves around his decision. Frost’s narrative style has lent itself to a certain amount of ambiguity in what he is trying to convey. This ambiguity that Frost has left the reader to contemplate is basically divided into two schools of thought. The first is that Frost has a regret for the choice that he has made and he is relating the hardships of that choice to the reader

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    The Evolution of Ernest Hemingway

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    some sorts. I cannot come to the conclusion that Hemmingway was modeling his writing from that of another author, even though he still hadn’t perfected the “structural simplicity and crystalline clarity” (158) he is so well known for. I think the ambiguity and vagueness is... ... middle of paper ... ...hy frat boy with a vague and ambiguous mind to a war hardened soldier who had clear and concise and structured thoughts. Which could also be interpreted as how Hemmingway evolved through his writing

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    Berger becomes mislead when he compares an individual’s opinion of the past or future of a photograph to the actual truth of the photograph, thus surfaces “ambiguity.” Even Berger agrees that ambiguity is the result of the viewer’s personal experiences and psychology, but he ignores what the viewer cannot see. When discussing the ambiguity of the photograph of the horse and man, page 85, Berger can only guess as to why the photograph was taken and to what the meaning is. Berger describes this process

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    various concepts to enhance or dictate the progression of their work. Ambiguity is one such tool that has the power to influence a story. In "Bartleby, the Scrivener" and "A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings," Melville and Marquez utilize ambiguity to develop their story's theme. Both authors focus ambiguity around the main characters in the stories to criticize the rigid rules of systems in society. Melville's use of ambiguity in "Bartleby" is extreme and prevalent throughout the story. He

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    The classic ghost story, the Turn of the Screw, is filled with loose-ends and ambiguity. Are the ghosts real or imagined? Is the Governess a heroine or anti-heroine? Are the children really as innocent as they seem? In the novel, Henry James rarely provides an in-depth character that the reader actually gets to know. From the young romantic governess, to the intelligent ten year old, James keeps his characters morally ambiguous in order to further the “Unsolved mystery” style. The main character

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    Rappaccini’s Daughter Essay: The Ambiguity

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    The Ambiguity in “The Rappaccini’s Daughter” The literary critics agree that there is considerable ambiguity in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Rappaccini’s Daughter.” This essay intends to illustrate this statement and to analyze the cause of this ambiguity. Henry James in Hawthorne mentions how Hawthorne’s allegorical meanings should be expressed clearly: I frankly confess that I have, as a general thing, but little enjoyment of it, and that it has never seemed to me to be, as it were

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    Ambiguity in The Turn of the Screw and The Innocents How successfully does the black-and-white film version of The Turn of the Screw, The Innocents (Jack Clayton, 1961), render the ambiguity of James' original text?  Ambiguity, the art of deliberately creating something that can have more than one meaning, lends itself to the written word without difficulty. A written story can involve ambiguity in the characters, plot, narrative - every factor in the story can have to it a sense of uncertainty

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    Sino-American Diplomatic Apologies

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    Science of Scientific Writing.” American Scientist, November, 1990. Accessed August 10, 2011. https://www.americanscientist.org/issues/issue.aspx?id=877&y=0&no=&content=true&page=4&css=print. Strongman, L. 2011. ‘What on earth?’: Understanding ambiguity toleration in business communication. PRism 8(1): 1-14, accessed August 10, 2011, http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/8_1/Strongman.pdf. Thompson, Janna. 2005. “Apology, justice and respect: a critical defence of political apology.” Paper presented

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