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    (Faulkner 154). We can see that Emily didn't take care of herself. She just left herself go and started decaying just like her house. No one said a word to her, everyone just pitied her instead. The society today will act very different if someone was in Emily's state. Everyday our government develop new organizations that can aid others so they can better themselves. People nowadays stop pitying others and put their sympathy to good use by stepping in and taking action. Because only human beings can

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    Society in all cultures share a common trait: Religion. Studying religion in any society reveals many of their traits and explains the actions of the individual. For example, Jewish people live their lives according to what was written in the Talmud and the Torah. They respect the Sabbath and also eat Kosher meat. Even when looking at Huxley's A Brave New World, analyzing religion still helps us understand the actions of the societies and characters within the book. When analyzing religion in

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    Architecture of the New Capitalist Society

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    Architecture of the New Capitalist Society INTRODUCTORY THEME Daniel Libeskind’s winning design for the new World Trade Center takes a sentimental and metaphorical approach. He claims that the completed WTC would become the representation of America’s belief in humanity, its need for individual dignity, and its beliefs in the cooperation of human. Libeskind’s original design focused on restoring the spiritual peak to the New York City and creating an icon that speaks of America’s vitality in the

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    People continue to argue whether the New Deal is radical or conservative today using many programs and outcomes as their support. The government imposed new radical programs influencing American society with changes in political and social reform. Conservatives at the time felt threatened by government interference feeling the changes led them toward a socialist style of government. Today, historians view the New Deal as more conservative, completely opposite of what conservatives felt at the time

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    Fordliness”, was an attitude impressed upon the people of Aldous Huxley’s, Brave New World. A society free of disease and suffering was achieved through a technique of conditioning called hynopaedia. “Civilization is sterilization”, was a hynopaedic slogan used to achieve the ideal society. This idea was manifested through the anesthetizing people’s emotions, the sterilization of humans and the cleanliness of society. The Brave New World sterilized people of emotions through the elimination of families and

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    Mass Society in The Dharma Bums and The New American Poetry One of the best ways to fully understand an era is to study its literature. The printed word has the incredible capacity to both reflect and shape the hopes, fears, and ideologies of the time. This is very evident when reading literature from 1960's America, a turbulent period in the history of our country. While the authors' styles are very different, there are definite thematic patterns and characteristics evident in many of

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    102-005 12/6/14 Newark tourism Newark is the largest city in state of New Jersey. Newark is located in Essex County and has population of 276,478. In 1963, Newark was formed as township. Newark is headquartered to many companies such as Panasonic, PSEG and prudential finance. Tourist can visit many places in Newark like New Jersey performing arts center, prudential center, brand brook park, Newark museum, New Jersey historical society, Newark symphony hall, military park, port Newark- Elizabeth, Verona

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    the New World by Christopher Columbus in 1492, the powerful Old World scrambled to colonize it. The three major nations involved in this were Spain, France, and England. Spain took more to the south in the Central American and Mexico areas while France went north in the Canada region. The English came to America and settled in both the New England and Chesapeake area. Although the people in these regions originated from the same area, the regions as a whole evolved into different societies because

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    Brave New World is a novel that takes place in London, in the year 2540, in which the society, referred to as “the World State,” has become very regulated and far from the society in which we live in now. Humans are no longer in control of their own reproduction, emotions, or desires. Two members of this society - Lenina Crowne, an embryo factory worker, and Bernard Marx, an unorthodox member of one of the higher castes of their society - visit a Savage Reservation, where humans live similarly to

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    Great Society In 1963 after the assassination of the John F. Kennedy, the new president pass the series of law such as “The Great Society”. Passing of these acts has been one of the significant sets of acts created by any one president. The Great Society program was similar to FDR’s New Deal but the New Deal was created to get America out of the Depression whereas the Great Society was created to improve society. The Great Society was an ambitious series of policy initiatives, legislation and programs

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    Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley is a novel about a hidden dystopian society. Huxley describes a perfect dystopia where scientist breed people to be in a certain social class. This is accomplished through conditioning. There are many similarities in today's society that collide with the society in Brave New World. The society of the World State is similar to today’s society in these ways. First, technologies prevent us to think or feel real emotion, second the truth is hidden from us. Finally,

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    Welfare programs are an important part of American society. Without any type of American welfare, people will starve, children will not receive the proper education, and people will not receive any medical help simply because they do not have the resources available to them. Each of the three aspects of the American welfare system are unique in their own ways because they are funded differently and the benefits are given to different people. While support for these welfare systems has declined in

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    Dangers of a Totalitarian Society Exposed in Brave New World On a superficial level Brave New World is the portrait of a perfect society. The citizens of this Utopia live in a society that is free of depression and most of the social-economic problems that trouble the world today. All aspects of life are controlled for the people of this society: population numbers, social class, and intellectual ability. History is controlled and rewritten to suit the needs of the state. All this is

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    A New Deal for the American People Our presentation topic was the United States in the 1930s. The 1930s was a time of dramatic change in the United States, both economically and later on also socially. The country had gone into severe depression in 1929, which resulted in a wide-scaled collapse in the state of the economy. Stocks started to lose their value, which eventually spiralled out of control, leaving millions unemployed since failing companies had to lay off their employees. When the Great

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    Have you ever thought what a world without children would be? Well, from comparing both “Brave New World” and “Children of Men,” it is found that a world without children is a dystopia. In other words, it is a complete disaster and everything in the world is not how it is today. By comparing the Brave New World society and the society in the film “Children of Men,” we can establish that in both dystopias there are no children, which impacts the relationship between man and woman. War, drugs, castes

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    The media Digital today opened a variety of activities appealing , attractive young people than ever before , and where they created a series of new demands that previous generations did not imagine . The mobile phones increasingly diverse , multi-functional , with services such as recording , photography , networking , ringtones and wallpapers add variety , chat and send text messages, listen to music and watch movies ... We are becoming " one " indispensable people wealthy , the poor more easily

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    Our society can be observed in many ways. By using many online sources and the book The Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, our society can be analyzed. The book, The Brave New World will give an insight to what a “utopian” society would look like. But in reality, the world portrayed in Huxley’s book is a dystopian society. The online sources will give a comparison to our contemporary society and the society in the Brave New World called “The World State.” In this case, we can compare the culture of

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    choose what they’re baby would be like. Sperm banks are required to have a profile of each man that donates sperm. This gives the opportunity to women to choose what kind of characteristics their baby would inherit. Which this concept ties into brave new world. In the book they are created by machine basically but multiple eggs will produce more than 40 or about 40. But if you were going to be high class you would be created by one egg. And he high class people were in control of what kind of people

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    Brave New World is a novel that suggests that a dystopian society is valuable in human life. It tells about Huxley’s “utopian” society and how it differs from an actual utopian society. In this type of society the government, or in Brave New World’s case the World State, controls every aspect of a human’s life. Brave New World believes that there is no such thing as a natural child birth. Reproduction is not allowed, ovaries are removed from women and tampered with to condition them. We learn

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    In the classic dystopian novel Brave New World, many common ideas such as democracy, theology, and family are done away with and replaced with recreation and a caste based society. As a class my senior year, we read this book and I was very skeptical considering I was not the biggest fan of dystopian novels, but I came to really enjoy it. Brave New World talks about a world completely involved within technology and the use of it. This society focuses most of their energy through drugs and sex without

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