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    of Brazil. The film Brazil in Black and White and Benedita da Silva’s book both tackle the issues of racial identity in similar manners. Brazil has the second highest black population in the world, following only Nigeria, yet Afro-Brazilians are heavily unrepresented in Brazilian education, government, and media. Benedita da Silva, being an Afro-Brazilian congresswoman faced these issues on a personal level and her criticisms are integral in understanding the marginalization of blacks in Brazil. Brazil’s

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    Many social and emotional developments are present in the film Black or White. The viewers can see developments from a young child and her grandfather. The developments can be related to because it is something that happens in everyday life. A few of the concepts that were present are social smiles, social referencing, empathy, emotional self-regulation, and personality. These concepts are things that people deal with on a daily basis when they are in contact with others. Social smile is something

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    History “American film was born from white depictions of blacks” Rogin (1996) Rogin (1996) argues that American films became popular from popular images at the time of caucasian people painting an image of African Americans using the well known "Blackface". "Maafa 21" is a film Directed by Mark Crutcher released in 2009; this film looks into how African Americans history shortly after slavery and how they struggled with labels and categorised with different types of insulting names. This documentary

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    The Unbalanced Scale Between Men and Women

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    The Unbalanced Scale between Men and Women Over an extensive period of time, the issue concerning gender has “consistently occupy the media and the public mind.” (Correll 20). It has established beliefs about the roles of men and women as a whole. “A man is expected always to be strong, impervious to pain, and especially to emotional stress, dominant in the role of lord and master; a woman is expected to be docile, submissive, passive, fulfilled in the role of subordinate.” (Fremon 129). It has been

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    goddess. Moreover, the artist’s process of forging his masterpiece on this particular woman acts as a stepping-stone to his imminent demise; she is a lethal double-edged sword. The tattoo, which takes the form of a black widow, metaphorically transforms the woman into a Japanized “black widow” herself. Accordingly, the dual nature of woman is portrayed as timeless beauty and infinite destruction. The main interest in this short story is further elucidated when delving into a more profound level of

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    A Woman's Place

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    “A Woman’s Place” In 2013, the American woman can vote, be the CEO of a business, start her own company, and wear pants. Many would say that a woman has the exact same rights as a man in today’s society- and is treated the same as well. However, in addition to glaring economical evidence provided through data stating that women still earn 77 cents to every man’s dollar (Basset, HuffingtonPost.com), we find that women are still entrapped socially- by sexualisation and objectification of them. Sexualising

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    The four defendants, members of the Speluncean Society, are on trial for the crime of murder. In early May of 4299 the four defendants, in company with Roger Whetmore, entered into the interior of a limestone cavern of the type found in Central Plateau of this landslide occurred. While in the cave heavy boulders fell and completely blocked the only known opening of the cave. While waiting for a rescue team to come they settled themselves near the obstructed opening. The rescue was a difficult one

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    So she tried all her best to let them be together and edify them how they would be successful at the end and have the entire world at their feet, she normally asked them to stay with her and tell them fairly tales as they sat round an enticing fire, ladies with their feet crossed, and the young boys their knees, quite bent. Herbat would whistle, but hardly would he have gotten a tune about it when he got a firm tap on his head. It was wrong to whistle at night. You could be calling night runners

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    Dr. Frankenstein: A Monster or Hero?

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    Science fiction is a wonderful and imaginative world full of people and beings that are on the edge of the truth. Such things as aliens, Big Foot, and Yeti all fall under this category, and are brilliantly thought up an sought after in the modern-day. There is, however, one monster who is not sought after in the literal sense today, though in a strange way it is in medical technologies. Marry Shelly was just a young woman when she sat down and wrote the story of Frankenstein. In this story, a scientist

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    any survivors yet. I tried making a smoke signal, but the white smoke was lost in the cloudy sky and the falling snow, so it wasn’t effective. But I did meet dead people. I noticed countless corpses we had previously overlooked while carefully trampling down the snow and mapping the landscape around me. For example, I was inspecting a landslide when I saw a hand sticking out. For example, I was surveying the scope of the flood when I saw black hair swaying deep in the water. For example, I saw something

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