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    Appleby Book Review

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    Appleby Book Review Telling The Truth About History I am writing a book review of Telling The Truth About History by Joyce Appleby, Lynn Hunt and Margaret Jacob. In this book, the authors’ talk about the increased skepticism and the position that relativism has lessen our ability to actually know and to write about the past. The book discusses the writing of history, and how people are struggling with the issues of what is “truth.” It also discusses the postmodernist movement and how future

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    Truth About Creation, The Christian Coalition, The Religious information pamphlet. New York: Christian's, 1996. "Cloning Of Extinct Hiua Bird Approved" CNN.com July 20, 1999 (11-09-99). Hisamatsu, Shinichi "Hisamatsu Shinichi on postmodernism" April 18, 1999 (11-09-99). (title unknown) New York Times, The c.October, 1999.

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    History of Architecture

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    “If we challenge the past, we shall learn that “Style” no longer exist for us, that a style belonging to our period has come about; and there has been a revolution”- Le Corbusier (Corbusier, 1986) After a period of time, the revolution of Modernism, Constructivism and Neorealism were still progressing. Modernism had the longest history in developing architecture, which became the major influence of the style in architecture and mobile. However, there were still a lot architects exploring out of

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    The Principals Sociological Perspective When we think of the principal’s sociological perspective, there are seven perspectives that view our society in different ways. Due to all these perspectives, they can change the way thing work in society to suit their ways. The seven main perspectives that we should know about are: Functionalism The way that functionalist think about society is that they think of it as a human body. They think that society needs to work efficiently (just like the human

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    My Philosophy

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    My Philosophy I believe that there is not one philosophy of education that fully characterizes my views; however, the one that characterizes my view the most is functionalism. I like functionalism because it stresses an importance of schools to provide an equal opportunity for all children to learn in order to be successful. I agree with the instruction of the class being based on student interest, ability, and needs. As a teacher, I want my classroom to be like a second home. I feel that

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    how those who minister to young people can best reach them.” Beginning with the first chapter, they described the contemporary culture of teenagers. For instance, they included how teenagers approached music, institutions, and how they uphold postmodernism. Furthermore, they provided reasons for their approach. When discussing regarding the tension between adults and adolescents, they suggested that adults might be at fault in regards to the tension. Lastly, they listed ways one can approach these

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    What I Learned This Year To be honest, this year was a long year. A looonnng year. What I learned in this class didn’t grow me in a huge way, just gave me a better understanding of what I put my faith in. One thing that a enjoyed most in this class, was at the very beginning of the year, when we were learning about all the different religions and beliefs. That sort of stuff fascinates me. I remember when I was younger I used to be obsessed with the Greek philosophy, I believe a majority of kids

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    In our short time on earth our scientific community have amass such technology that can increase the live hood and age expectancy of humans. Yet, the same scientific community has also exacerbated human and animal suffering on many levels. In “Cat’s Cradle” Kurt Vonnegut takes the reader in this humorous yet apocalyptic world where Science is revered as universal truth that few people question. Cat’s Cradle satirizes the idea of scientific advancement and how society views it shows that human stupidity

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    The Influences of the Classical Period

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    Pogue D. & Speck S. (1997) Classical Music for Dummies. New Jersey: Wiley Publishing, Inc. http://classicalmusic.about.com/od/classicalperiod/tp/Top-Classical-Period-Composers.htm http://architecture.about.com/od/periodsstyles/ig/Historic-Styles/Postmodernism.-11d.htm http://www.classicfm.com/discover/music/inspiring-composer-quotes/joseph-haydn/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_period_(music)

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    1991. He first started off as a villain in the comics, but by the time the character had reached the big screen his character had morphed into an antihero. Besides having an antihero as a main character, Deadpool also falls into the category of postmodernism because of how it mixes genres and through the use of breaking the fourth wall, which is when a character talks directly to the audience. Deadpool is a postmodern

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