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    From high school girls desperately trying to be one of cool kids in school to corporate warriors rubbing elbows for that next promotion, nearly everyone has fantasized about being a part of the “in crowd”. What is it that makes the bonds and barriers of “in crowd” so unbreakable? Through sharing stories and reaching conclusions through discussion of those stories, members of small groups develop a common bond that shapes their social reality. An example of this bond is prominent in the CW’s hit show

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    dressing right to fit in with the other characters. Indeed, the most popular, powerful girls are dressed head-to-toe in designer brands and rule over the “less fortunate.” The main character, Blair Waldorf, is even referred to as “Queen B” and rules with an iron – and well manicured – fist. Yet despite the fact that Blair is strong and goal-oriented – in line with the definition of feminist – her... ... middle of paper ... ...rs the idea that a woman’s sexuality is her best tool. In a post-feminist era

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    news and issues. The Mail uses no motto but in-between Daily and Mail is the Royal Crest of Arms which... ... middle of paper ... ...tching and dramatic. The Independent uses a picture of Clair Short, the cabinet member who has been opposing Blair, walking out of her London office with a smirk on her face. The layout the two papers are very different also as they both have different views over which feature of the front page deserves the most space. The Mail on one hand feels that both

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    Gossip Girl Book #1

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    In this first novel, life is beautiful for our teens from the Upper East Side of Manhattan. They're rich, they're beautiful, and they know it. Blair Waldorf is the ringleader of the crew, which includes her handsome but weak-hearted boyfriend, Nate. This femme fatale in training relishes her role and is confident that she and Nate will be together forever. Then the teen every girl loves to hate, Serena Van der Woodson, returns from her Connecticut boarding school, and the young women start fuming

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    show’s ability to capture a young teenage girl’s fantasies creating the world that she would never want to leave yet she should as she notices a darkness prevails. The show ultimately focuses on five characters: Nate Archibald, Serena Van der Woodsen, Blair Waldorf, Chuck Bass and Dan Humphrey as they mature from teenagers to adults. As the five embark on this journey as they face many obstacles much of them dealing with rumors. These challenges test their moral values; their family values and tests the

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    In 1997, Tony Blair of the labour party won the United Kingdom’s general election on the ideology, goals and a party manifesto of a ‘new labour’, a revision, an update and a reform of the old labour party, bringing new radical politics to the 20th century - although some believe that labour only won the election due to the British publics increasing hate for Thatcher and the conservatives. The term new labour was a reflection on how the labour party was trying to reform itself and depart from the

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    over four hundred New Labour Members of Parliament Blair could afford to push almost any policy he wanted and expect it to be passed with a comfortable majority. Gradually the number of New Labour dissenters has grown and there have been a number of backbench rebellions against Blair. He has, however, survived all of these by virtue of his huge parliamentary majority. Many commentators have suggested that in the coming 2005 election Blair will be returned to office with a majority reduced

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    Virginia's Private War by William Blair Virginia's Private War by William Blair and Tara Revisited by Catherine Clinton seek to primarily explain why the Confederacy lost the Civil War. Virginia's Private War examines this question by focusing on the Virginia home front and the difficulties faced in trying to wage war as a slave society. Tara Revisited examines the question of the Confederate defeat specifically from the perspective of southern women. It pays special focus to contemporary conceptions

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    Dishonesty Assignment Academic Dishonesty is like a scam, taking credit for someone else’s words whether written or verbal is considered plagiarism, and Academic Dishonesty is a way of committing fraud. Plagiarism is when you represent someone else’s words as your own and then turning your work in that way. Plagiarism is a terrible thing to do. Whether it is intentional or not; it can harm you. No good can come from it. Plagiarism is dishonest. You will need to own up to it and be honest. Plagiarism

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    The Conservative Party

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    Conservatives devastating defeat in 1997 is that Tony Blair, the 'new' labour party leader Tony Blair appeared to be firm and strong, while and the same time the Conservatives were further dogged by sleaze stories. Also, after calling a general election, Major refused to show the 'Faust' video as part of the Conservative campaign, which showed Blair making false promises, and he opted to talk about his policies rather than making personal attacks on Blair as advised. Because of all these problems

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