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    Names having great meaning in human civilization. They can have personal meaning and help create the foundation for a sense of self and identity. They're often rooted in a persons heritage and culture and therefore can serve to remind a person of where they come from. They help create a sense of recognition and familiarity between people and ultimately a sense of solidarity and community. Names can also be used as a form of respect and affection or as signs of disrespect. These various roles that

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    Many of us tend to equate classroom management with discipline (and for that matter, to equate discipline with punishment, but that's another story). I see classroom management as the processes and procedures that are in place to mitigate the need for punishment, leaving discipline to cleave to its roots of "to follow." Anything else is not classroom management. It’s damage control. Classroom management starts, for me, with very clear expectations, and firmly established procedures. I begin the

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    made fun of her name with many mocking names started with letter “F.” While reading the story, the readers as well as listeners can actually see and understand Firoozeh’s feelings in particular and immigrants in general. Actually, I am an international student, and I come from Vietnam. I also have that bad experience when Americans cannot say my name, and that makes me sympathize with Firoozeh. At the beginning of the story, Firoozeh shows American’s attitude toward saying her name as well as her

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    The names are a significant fragment of every culture and they are identical important to the societies.it is hard to imagine society without names such as first names and surnames. Most industrial countries in the world require parents to give a name their child in order to obtain a birth certificate. Even more, in many countries people name their children two or three names. Usually, in many cultures with an intense wisdom of heritage, children received their names from the family trees of their

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    What are the true meanings of names? Some people believe that names are just something they get or something that is a special meaning to them. Although parents or guardians name their child, some tend to name their child with a unique reason. "Bean Trees, " "My Name, " "What’s in a Name?,"and "The Dead." Are four stories that represent the valid reasons or special reasons that are inside a name. These unique factors make a person’s name affect not only how they feel about themselves but also how

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    Fairness and Equality in Ecuador

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    modern society unfair that you can almost say that you are either born with or with out opportunity. One of the most significant factors that affect equal treatment is last names. Last names can be good or bad it just depends WHAT your name is and what does it represent to society. Last names have a history attached. To have a good name means tons of thing, means you come from a family known to every one because it’s been around in Ecuador at the least for the last 200 years and always have been known

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    the last names Trinidad and Valerio I was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and our tradition when it comes to last names differs from the one in the United States. In the Dominican tradition, each person carries two last names, but only the first last name of each parent would be transferred to a child. The first last name is acquired through the fraternal side, while the second last name comes from the maternal side. So my future children would carry their father’s first last name as their

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    In the first few scenes of "A Streetcar Named Desire", Tennessee Williams shows us a complex woman, named Blanche Dubois. This paper will explore the symbolisms of her name. The name Blanche is French and means white or fair. Her last name DuBois is of French origin as well and translates as “made of wood”. The name suggests that Blanche is a very innocent and pure person. When she appears in scene one, “she is daintily dressed in a white suit with a fluffy bodice, necklace and earrings

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    being humble and disjointed victims who remain mostly anonymous, the workers are transformed into an angry and unified group of distinct individuals. This shift in mood is accomplished by three devices: imagery, grouping, and capitalization of proper names. The imagery in this passage helps turn the tone of the poem from victimization to anger. In addition to fire images, the overall language is completely stripped down to bare ugliness. In previous lines, the sordidness has been intermixed with cheerful

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    The Shipbuilder

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    The Name Controversy in The Shipbuilder There are many instances in Ken Mitchell's play The Shipbuilder, where the main character Jaanus Karkulainen, insists on being called by his Finnish name Karkulainen. In the play, many characters call him Johnny Crook. This situation creates controversy about names and shows how important names are to some people. Jaanus and Jukka create most of this controversy. Jaanus and Jukka are brothers who are born in Finland. Jukka move's out of Finland and he becomes

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    Essay One – Prompt 10 Toni Morrison’s novel, Song of Solomon, is a coming of age story, with the main component of a characters identities being connected to their name. Names reflect a character’s personality, and are what influences a characters life. In Milkman’s case, searching for his story is equivalent to searching out his name. With each story he hears about his ancestors, he moves closer to reclaiming the identity of his forefathers. Compelled to find both his individual and collective identity

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    Algernon Moncrieff, makes up an invalid friend Bunbury whose grave health conditions provide him with the excuse to escape to the country as and when he pleases. Both Jack and Algernon are admired by two young ladies who erroneously believe the men's names to be Ernest, and who adore the men for this very reason. In relating the story of mix-ups and mistaken identities, the ideals and manners of the Victorian society are satirized in a comedy where the characters "treat all the trivial things of life

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    Personal Growth in In the Name of the Father Contention: In the Name of the Father is a story about Gerry Conlon’s personal growth, in which he went from an immature clown and petty thief to a mature man, fighting for his own freedom. This growth was a result of both his own and others doings. In the beginning Gerry Conlon was both immature and foolish · Gerry acts immaturely when he pretends to shoot Paul Hill. · Gerry and Paul act immaturely with their fellow squatters, instead

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    1. Introduction The study of personal names offers valuable insight into the structure and dynamic of human populations (Longley et al 2011). The belief being that personal names offer a strong indicator of their bearer’s cultural, ethnic and linguistic characteristics (Mateos et al. 2011). The utility of this information inherent within personal names has led to the development of the World Names Database (WND: http://worldnames.publicprofiler.org/); a synthesis of National Census and Telephone

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    are the “blackest” names a person could have (Levitt and Dubner 169-170). The whitest names are Jake, Connor, Tanner, Wyatt, Molly, Amy, Katie, and Madeline. This starkly demonstrates that black and white parents name their children differently (Levitt and Dubner 168-169). Additionally more black boys have names that are unique in society than white boys do (Fryer and Levitt 776). These cultural variations raise questions that stem from why and what does it mean? Will a name change the outcome

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    Remembering Vietnam

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    imagine what the feelings would be like to see one of my friend's name etched in this wall, although Tomas Van Putten can. I had a personal phone interview with him on October 30th, 2002. Tom Van Putten served nine years in the U.S. Army, two of which were spent in Vietnam. In a phone interview with Tom, I asked him if he had ever visited the monument. In fact, he did and he discussed with me how hard it was to see a dozen names of men he knew that were put on that wall. "It's really an awesome

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    “Choosing My Name” by Puanani Burgress is a poem that reflects Burgess idea of her identity and how it is related with her different names. Despite having three different names Chirstabella , Yoshie and Puanani, she particularly likes identifying herself as Puanani although it is not her “official name”. Strange as it sounds, I aslo have three different names: Basanta, Kancho, Xxxxxx. My third name Xxxxxx is my cultural name that I cannot disclose thus I have decided to write it Xxxxxx as it is

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    Names and Titles in Gloria Naylor's novel, Mommy, What Does Nigger Mean "Words themselves are innocuous; it is the consensus that gives them true power." (Naylor 344) A name is a mark of classification, a basis for self identity. Able to elevate or annihilate a persons' perception of herself and the surrounding society, these designations can uplift, joke, chide, mock, insult, degrade. "Society" implies the people and the atmosphere encompassing an individual in her daily life. "Culture"

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    disclaimer in the sense of who in their right mind could possibly consider placing my name on the top of the list as the one person who could save the entire planet from being invaded from aliens or outright destroyed. It was all true and I was even shown the list of names of the ten men chosen and all except one had a line through it. Yes-sir-re, there it was on the top line and in bold print no less. It was the name that my momma stuck me with in all its glory. In my mind there was still hope

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    his quote, I hope to be remembered as more than just the girl with the interesting name and the cool story as to how she got it. I hope to be remembered as the girl how went the extra mile to help those in need. The name Karina has multiple origins and meanings. From the origin

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