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    specifically being I Dream of Jeannie. The plot of I Dream of Jeannie centered on an astronaut named Major Tony Nelson and his incidental discovery of a genie in a bottle. This genie, named Jeannie, saves Nelson from the island he is stranded on and she stows away in his luggage to follow him home. The rest of the storyline is devoted to Jeannie fulfilling Nelson’s wishes as he struggles to keep her existence secret from the rest of the world. The key conflict in every episode usually entails Jeannie making

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    Goblin Market Analysis

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    At first, “Goblin Market” seems like a harmless tale as it opens with the hustle and bustle of the goblins’ sales. But I found myself further and further disturbed by the explicit references made in the poem. I realized that this poem went a lot deeper and darker than the first read revealed. The lines that particularly disturbed me were: “She dropp’d a tear more rare than pearl, Then suck’d their fruit globes fair or red” (Page 1 Column 4). How does this poem use symbols and sexual innuendo in order

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    A Life of Aphorims

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    world goes on? Well, Morrie Schwartz does exactly what he loves, he teaches. Mitch Albom uses Morrie Schwartz aphorisms in Tuesdays With Morrie to reveal the theme of life lessons. He teaches how to maintain relationships, live life, and follow your dreams. It’s important to maintain relationships throughout your life.Throughout the book we watch Mitch’s relationship with Morrie change. In the beginning we see that Mitch and Morrie are very close, Morrie is Mitch’s favorite professor. He even gives

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    The year is 1945. Adolf Hitler is finally dead but the chaos he caused has left the continent of Europe in ruins. Millions were dead. Cities had crumbled. The damage was irreparable.Germany, the center of the madness, was particularly rough. It was left to the Allies, America, Britain, France, and the USSR to pick up the pieces and put Germany back together. Though they were called the Allies, they were far from true allies. In fact America, Britain and France opposed almost all that the Soviets

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    Challenging Leadership Our group’s reflection of Kouzes and Posner book The Leadership Challenge, has modeled our idea of leadership. We will examine the five practices of excellent leadership: Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart (Kouzes & Posner, 2007 pg. 14). “Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), an International Honorary Society of over 40,000 members, has over 600 collegiate, university, and professional chapters that are led by a group

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    Jenny: I agree that the description of Jenny is very ambivalent. The biggest evidence that stood out to me is when the narrator tells about “...Poor shameful Jenny, full of grace…” (D. Rossetti 18). This line shows a war between positive and negative: is Jenny graceful or shameful? Surely it would be difficult to be both shameful and graceful. Again, these two extremes cause ambivalence to take form. Yet, it becomes clear that Jenny is a sex-worker when the narrator compares a flower to Jenny (a

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    Research on The Anime Invasion

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    popular onset of Princess Mononoke and Pokemon enabled anime, once limited to an underground movement populated by teenage males, to enter mainstream American film entertainment, resulting in the backlash on violence, gender issues, and sexuality. I. Overview A.     Motivator B.     Definition of anime 1.     Examples of anime 2.     Anime and its consumers C.     Definition of manga 1. Popular American examples of manga a.     Ranma ½ b.     Akira c.     Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play

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    Social Issues In Mad Men

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    Some of the social problems shown in Mad Men still play a key role in the problems we define as social problems today. A big one being gender inequality. One of the cultural beliefs of the 1960’s was that women belonged at home taking care of the kids and keeping the house tidy. Neil Postman’s concludes in “The Age of Show Business” that our society is becoming more aware about itself through the primary method of television. How TV presents a nation, turns into the standard for how a nation

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    Changing Gender Roles

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    Change in Gender Roles Today, men and women seemingly have equal rights, but was that true one hundred years ago and if so, what sparked these changes? There is no doubt that the roles of men and women have changed throughout history, more so women than men. Women throughout history have strived for equal rights, opportunity, and education. Without the determination of these women, the world would be a very different place for women. At the beginning of the Twentieth Century women had few rights

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    A Home on the Range

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    A Home on the Range I swear that I spent my entire childhood waiting for Ray and Mary-Beth Garson. I would rock back and forth on the plush golden chair to the right of my Grandpa's and look out towards the golden Wyoming hills and the hay stack, waiting for their trailer to come bouncing down into the yard of the Dodds Family Gatecreek Ranch. Once they were in sight, I would dash outside and pretend to be busying myself with the saddles or sprucing up the area around the barn. It was never

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    Back to the Sixties

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    revenue, was around $40 million (Doherty, 2010). Dr. King earned his doctorate in theology at Boston University in 1955 and became one of the leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. On August 28, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his speech “I have a dream” in Washington, DC from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to over 200,000 people in attendance and with the help of CBS’ live airing, a television viewing audience of millions. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968 in

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    The Existence of Medieval Gender Archetypes in Present Day Culture One of the aspects of the Middle Ages which is explored by numerous scholars today is that of the antifeminist stereotypes which pervaded literature and cultural mores during the period. In an era governed by men, the fact that women were treated as inferior is unsurprising; archetypal visions of femininity fit neatly into medieval history. However, most people would like to believe that such pigeonholing has been left in the

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    Labeling of Students is Detrimental

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    Carter G. Woodson, the father of Black History once wrote, “If you can control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his action. When you determine what a man shall think you do not have to concern yourself about what he will do”. During the 19th and early 20th centuries segregation in American public schools was part of the norm and many black schools were inferior to white schools. In the early 1950s, Brown v. Board of Education, a poignant case in the fight for the desegregation of schools

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    It’s safe to say the 1960’s were a time of strong rebellion, change and oblivion to mental wards. Anything that was considered “different” or “strange” was overlooked and tucked under the rug. This is why television shows such as Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie were so popular because they deterred people from the sick truths of society, just as it still is today. Ken Kesey followed the road less traveled and exposed the world to what was really happening. The sick conditions of mental institutions

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    The Emergence of Yellow Power

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    The common perspective of the civil rights movement is often seen from one angle: and that is the African American civil rights movement towards racial equality. And though this movement had significant historical context in American history, the pursuits of other minorities such as the Asian American civil rights movement are often undermined and overlooked. Yet, the Asian American movement surpassed the efforts of the African American movement despite the social and cultural obstacles faced with

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    the workforce back into the home with shows like ‘I Love Lucy’ (1951-7), ‘Father Knows Best’ (1954-1960), 'The Donna Reed Show' (1958-66), 'Make Room for Daddy' (1953-64), 'The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show' (1950-58), 'The Jackie Gleason Show' (1952-59), 'The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet' (1952-66), 'The Honeymooners'(1955-56) and ‘Bewitched’ (1964-1972), ‘ The Dick Van Dyke Show’ (1961-66), ‘Green Acres’ (1965-1971), ‘I Dream Of Jeannie ‘ (1965-1970), and ‘Leave It To Beaver’ (1957-1963)

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    be much more predictable and a great deal less interesting (Marzollo, 1990). Yogi Bera, a famous baseball player, said "Every now and then a reporter who thinks he is Freud asks me if being the youngest is why I made it (playing professional baseball). I almost alw ays say yes, but I don't think it had anything to do with it" (Harrigan, 1992). Birth order doesn't explain everything about human behavior. Personality is affected by many different factors, such as heredity, family size, the spacing

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    Family Interview Essay

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    in college and the type of person I am has been largely influenced by what I’ve learned from life experiences my family has gone through. Each member of my family went far with their education and had a lot of individual hardships along the way. They each had to push themselves in life to be able to succeed and go to college, and eventually all have respectable careers. To gain a better and more in depth understanding of my family’s history on their education, I interviewed my mom, dad, and my grandparents

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    Class Consciousness in Country Music The term class consciousness, like any term which attempts to define group mentality, is somewhat imprecise. This lack of precision, of course, lends itself to the provocation of scholarly dispute. Historians of the labor movement in the United States have written volumes about both the meaning of class consciousness and the question of whether American workers possess it, however defined. While there are some demurs, most historians, including the non-Marxists

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    In the past, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) were able to increase the number of African Americans in science by producing as many African American scientists as the field would allow (Hines 4). These universities have continued to play a crucial role in assisting America overcome the shortage of scientist who are vital to the economic growth of the country (Suitts 205). Despite a lack of funding and a lack of public interest, these educational institutions continue to produce

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