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    Default individualization is a path which someone can follow by accepting personally bounding identities which are socially accepted. Basically each person accepting the same identity of that of the person right next to them. By not being their own individual, these identities may possibly delay growth into adulthood. Things in life happen by default for these people, whatever happens just happens, and it is not planned out or thought of to any extent. This individualization does not stimulate growth

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    have risen out of his lack of knowledge and understanding of people, events, and ideas. Jack's shortcoming in this area often leads him to think about the past and hinders his ability to grow emotionally, an aspect of Jack that has been in arrested development for twenty years. Another important aspect of this theme is how Jack's incomplete picture of the world around him affects his actions and decision. In the end Jack gains vital knowledge but it comes at a costly price through the deaths of

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    Violence Against Women In Music Particularly distressing in today's society is the level of dysfunctional relationships. Values considered outdated and baseless, such as mutual respect, consideration for another person's feelings, and common courtesy, are becoming extinct human customs. Especially troubling are the violent misogynous messages infused in hard-core rock and rap music and their negative effects on today's youth. Healthy relationships of mutual love, respect, and compromise between

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    free styling—when artists rhyme without memorization or writing down lyrics—in the park, on street corners and in apartment basements (Watkins, 63). This was a harmless way of determining who the best lyricist was. At the time artists such as Arrested Development made lyrics that sent a positive message to the African community. The group’s songs address topics ranging from homelessness to the search for spirituality and African Americans’ connection with Africa. Through their positive influence they

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    The comedy television series, Arrested Development, revolves around the lives of three generations of the Bluth family. In the episode, “The Ocean Walker,” Michael Bluth announces that he plans to marry his English girlfriend, Rita, so that she can obtain a green card (Day and Vallely). Rita’s uncle publically objects to the match because Rita has the mental capacity of a seven year old. Michael is oblivious to her disability until his teenage son tells him of his suspicions. Michael’s parents learn

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    make known the origins of arrested development in various characters from Pinter’s The Birthday Party, as well as the role of pain in the process of rebirth. The protagonist, Stanley, arguably suffers the most from arrested development, and his inability to mature in life can be attributed to his comfortable lifestyle and the lack of pain necessary to make him dynamic. Since the characters themselves do not realize that they are shiftless and suffer from arrested development, outside factors are introduced

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    Women in the Workforce

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    of the Economically Active Population, 1950-2010. 5. Horton, Susan. Marginalization Revisited: Women’s Market Work and Pay, and Economic Development. 1999. 27 World Development: p571. Also see, Mehra, Rekha and Sarah Gammage. Trends, Countertrends, and Gaps in Women’s Employment Trends, Countertrends, and Gaps in Women’s Employment. 1999. World Development, 27: p533. 6. Aman, Alfred C. Introduction: Feminism and Globalization: The Impact of the Global Economy on Women and Feminist Theory, 1999

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    The Humanitarian Work of Angelina Jolie

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    celebrities it is usually related to their latest fashion statement, the new movies they are starring in, or the new song they released. However, what is becoming increasingly more popular for celebrities to be associated with is humanitarian and development work. Through their use of songs, documentaries, and publicized field missions, the celebrities that partake in humanitarian work utilize their fame to attract people to support certain relief efforts and organizations. A movement first started

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    Modernization Theory

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    the mercy of the powerful West has meant that postwar paradigms or in-arguments “for how to conceptualize and overcome development challenges” (City of Johannesburg, 2006) have failed to achieve long-term development outcomes. For example, modernization theory (MT) stated that with investment and planning from the Industrial West, all states could follow a liner process of development where traditional sectors of the economy and rigid social structures would be abandoned and replaced by modern social

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    Around the world approximately 429 million people are connected to the Internet. Forty-one percent of those 429 individuals reside in North America. While 429 million may seem like a large statistic, the number only accounts for 6 percent of the global population. Hence, numbers like 429 million reflect the digital divide; which is a gap between those that are able to sustain and comprehend technology use and those who are not able to. The disparity of the digital divide is the driving force

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