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    frequently adopt pseudonyms online. By doing so we grant ourselves an amount of freedom; we are given an opportunity to portray someone our inhibitions may not otherwise allow or society frowns upon. Of course, the apparent anonymity of the Internet causes a large amount of negative behavior, often in the form of what is colloquially known as “trolling”. Because we concentrate on this behavior pseudonyms are slowly being replaced with our real identities. However, the use of pseudonyms may have a beneficial

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    The Bastard Of Istanbul

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    by exploring the connection between the idea of the character's identity and their actual, concrete name. Some characters hide behind pseudonyms, while others have multiple names. The theme of names as a reflection of a character's identity is prevalent throughout the book. Characters in both the cybercafe and the physical cafe are only ever known by their pseudonyms. In both examples, the names give clues to the character's personality, but by no means tell the whole story. In the cybercafe, we learn

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    Even one of the best and most well known authors has written books under pen names, and that is Steven King. Steven King has written various books under the name Richard Bachman. As stated in “Who Is Richard Bachman?” King embraced the Bachman pseudonym because it allowed him to analyze his own success in his writing career: was he successful because of his talent or successful because of luck? King also has a complete backstory to his character. “Bachman” has a wife, he used to be on the coast

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    Alex Rifken Engs 57 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

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    Hunter Gay. G-A-Y. As in homosexual. Nope, no ‘e’ on the end. Yeah, I know it is a weird name. Oh, ha, ‘gay hunter’! That’s such an original joke! These are all phrases that I have grown accustomed to saying ever since I was old enough to realize that my first name was traditionally a boys name and my last name was a word that is still considered taboo by certain groups of people. Back when I was in elementary and middle school, I was ashamed of this name. I was naïve and ignorant and didn’t understand

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    conventions of authorial pseudonyms adopted by fanfiction writers. Research Questions This MA dissertation will undertake the first extended analysis of the composition, semantics, and rhetorical appeal of the linguistically innovative pseudonyms adopted by authors working within the postmodern literary genre of fanfiction. I will interrogate the following research questions: What are the most frequent morphological processes used in the lexical formation of the pseudonyms chosen by fanfiction

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    Hollywood's Pseudonym of Role Models

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    Even though some parents believe Hollywood has a positive impact on their children most believe otherwise. Children can develop health problems from having a celebrity role model; such as, anorexia, self-harm, or self-esteem issues. Youth do this to obtain that celebrity look of ‘perfection’. Celebrities act as role models for youth throughout the nation and they should live up to it. Hollywood creates a false sense of security. A film that Hollywood recently release called ‘project X’ has teens

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    George Eliot, Pseudonym of Marian Evans George Eliot, pseudonym of Marian Evans (1819-1880) This article appeared in The Times Literary Supplement and was reprinted in The Common Reader: First Series. Virginia Woolf also wrote on George Eliot in the Daily Herald of 9 To read George Eliot attentively is to become aware how little one knows about her. It is also to become aware of the credulity, not very creditable to one’s insight, with which, half consciously and partly maliciously, one

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    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

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    .. middle of paper ... ...nline] available from (20 April 2012) Thesmartsense.com (2011) VingCard’s ‘Signature RFID’ [online] available from (20 April 2012) Citeseerx.ist.psu.edu (2005) David Molnar, David Wagner - A Scalable, Delegatable Pseudonym Protocol Enabling Owner Transfer of RFID Tags [online] available from < http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.70.9431> (22 April 2012) Autoidlabs.org (2007) Konidala, Divyan, Kim & Kwangjo - RFID Reader Mutual Authentication Scheme

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    Identity In Ender's Game

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    disguises himself as Locke, another vital philosopher, and his popularity is second to Valentine. In the context of a dystopian society, what notion does Valentine’s perplex but idiosyncratic identity portray? What greater proposition does this pseudonym annex regarding Card’s text, which integrates atypical gender roles with a futuristic but, Machiavellian universe? Perhaps most reputedly, the text’s unwinding of “reality

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