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    The Real Use of Subliminal Messages

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    prize winner, Walter Lippman, influenced the governing leaders to create a like minded society. His argument was that it is easier to control the masses when they all think the same. (Lippman) This idea was adhering to the taught psychology of Carl Jung. Carl Jung’s thesis is as follows from The Concept of Collective Unconscious: “My thesis, then, is as follows: In addition to our immediate consciousness, which is of a thoroughly personal nature and which we believe to be the only empirical psyche

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    Can you imagine embarrassing the infamous Adolf Hitler in front of the whole world? Jesse Owens did that in the 1936 Berlin Olympics. It was not an easy road for him to get there, but he did it by putting enough effort and hard work forward. Jesse Owens was able to overcome racial judgment by surviving a poverty struck childhood, training hard in school, and by winning the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Jesse Owens' childhood was unparalleled to any other child's with how hard it was. His parents struggled

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    Manipulation of the Mind

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    the needs of the mind. If someone thinks about something long enough, they will start to believe it. If they try to forget certain things that cause pain or depression, those memories could be hidden forever. In his novel, The Demon-Haunted World, Carl Sagan illustrates manipulation of the mind through consumerism, societal influences, and the desire to meet psychological needs. Commercialism is the practice of using advertising strategies to appeal to the interests of potential customers for the

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    compared to other courses. The topics that were covered in the modules have allowed me to gain a positive perspective on how individuals contribute to organizational culture and behavior. The first part of my Artifact is the MBTI assessment developed by Carl Jung. According to this assessment my personality rates as an INTJ (Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test, 2014). I included this assessment in my artifact because it is a snapshot of what I am experience at work right now. I get passed up for different

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    A Raisin in the Sun Ending

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    When reading A Raisin in the Sun, I expected a significantly different ending than the actual conclusion. From the beginning, I made the assumption that only one character would use the money to finance their dreams, and the rest would simply have to deal with the disappointment of their missed opportunity. Compared to my expectations, I can confidently say that the conclusion of the play is satisfactory. Though some of the initial dreams of characters, such as Walter’s dream to open the liquor store

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    Dreams: Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud

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    This is the true definition of what dreams are according to Free Dictionary.com. Although many people are unaware of how dreams actually work there are two psychologists that have been able to pinpoint the true meaning of dreams. These two men are Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud. There are many different perceptions on how people dream, what dreams mean, and why people dream. Sigmund Freud is known as the father of psychoanalysis, along with a psychologist, physiologist, and medical doctor. Freud worked

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    Analysis of Norman Bates

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    The character I chose to analyze is Norman Bates. Norman Bates originated as the main character in Alfred Hitchcock's movie "Psycho". In the movie "Psycho", Norman is a middle-aged who runs a motel. He is a psychotic serial killer with many psychological issues. More recently Norman Bates became the main character in a television show called "Bates Motel." In the show, we see Norman in his teenage years. This is where we see Norman's psychological issues begin to develop. As a teenage Norman, we

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    Harry Haller’s psyche, in which his humanity and his wolf-like solitude and belligerence split against each other in order to fortify its own existence, (thereby, referring to himself as the lone wolf of the Steppe). Largely influenced by prominent Carl Jung’s psychoanalysis, Hesse portrays the whole spiritual crisis as a struggle amidst distinct modes of behaviors and partial consciousness, or the so-called “archetypes” in Jungian Psychology. Archetypes, which may either interfere or harmonize with

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    If Giorgio Agamben’s concept of nudity is accurately understood as the opposite of concealment, or the removal of a veil, then his work Nudities also shows us the truth about inoperativity. This philosophy is less concerned with laziness or sloth within humanity than with the continuation of human actions in the politics of the future. Modern politics are vastly concerned with the lives of people everywhere. Not just their state of living, but their ways of living. Privacy is drastically changing

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    Film Review: All President’s Men In June 1972, five burglars broke into Watergate complex, and were arrested on the spot. A reporter of Washington Post, Bob Woodward, starts an investigation to write a story and later is joined by another journalist, Carl Bernstein. In the process, they find out that the break-in leads much higher to H.R. Haldeman, “second most important person in the country” (after President Nixon). During their investigation, the two reporters used various techniques to get information

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