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    Psychological Manipulation in 1984

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    Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell, is a superb novel with outstanding themes. One of the most prominent themes found in this novel is psychological manipulation. Citizens in this society are subject to ever present signs declaring “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU” (Orwell 1). Along with psychological manipulation, physical control takes place. The Party not only controls what people in Oceania think, but what they do as well. Technology is another important theme. Without the constant telescreens

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    Methods Of Manipulation

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    Manipulation is a powerful tool used in an unfair manner to manage or skillfully influence one’s opponent. Psychological manipulation is a type of social influence that aims to change the perception or behavior of others through underhanded, deceptive, or even abusive tactics. By advancing only the interest of the manipulator, often at the others expense, such methods could be considered exploitative, abusive, devious, and deceptive. Some may get confused, but manipulation is not the same as social

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    accepted in the “popular” herd. These upside and downsides turn into major themes which are incorporated during the course of the book. The major themes that are developed inside the book are: peer pressure/manipulation, psychopaths, conscience/guilt. First of all, peer pressure/manipulation is the lighting match of the whole conflict inside the story. Mark Kinney is the father of all peer pressuring during this story; he uses phrases as: “aw its just a joke, last year senior class kidnapped Mrs

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    include the Amway Motivational Organizations and Scientology. Not only are these organizations classified as a cult through their Pyramidal structure and regulation of member behaviors, but they are also classified as a cult through their psychological manipulation. Cults are identified as social groups with abnormal and unusual practices as well as aberrant beliefs, some being religious. The study of cults has been ongoing for many years and by many cultic psychologists. Ultimately, it has been determined

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    the advertising world. Listening allows an individual to effectively listen to others’ ideas and thoughts in order to solve problems and is essential if listening is required for the individual as well. Listening is defined as “the deliberate, psychological process by which we receive, understand, and retain aural stimuli” (Eunson, 2014, p.214) Listening is being on the receiving end of communication and is just as important as speaking. Maintaining good listening skills allows the speaker to feel

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    Research Methodology: Research Methodology

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    Background, Purpose, Significance and Research Questions Negin Mani University of San Diego LEAD 549: Research Methodology Instructor: Dr. David Facer Spring 2014 Background, Purpose and Significance Bullying is a growing problem in schools all around the world today. Over one-third of school-aged children are bullied, which translates to over 8 million children (NCES, 2011). Children impacted by bullying have been linked to higher instances of anger, aggression, violence, hyperactivity

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    In the article “The Mesmerizer,” by Mark Twain in his autobiography, Twain tells us a story when he was a teenager. In 1850, there was an exciting event taking place in the village Hannibal. A mesmerizer named Simmons came to town to advertise his show. Simmons has a subject in his show named Hicks. Fifteen year old Twain participates in this show that Simmons promised marvels to his audience, the townspeople. Twain usurps Hicks’s place stealing the spotlight with a lie. Although Twain became the

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    Personal Experience I was bullied by my classmates beginning at the age of 8 years old. A few of the major aspects in which I was bullied were: my slim body, weight, skin color and a perception of favoritism. My mother was the secretary at McCurdy School, the school that I attended at the time. My classmates thought that my teachers, as well as other staff members, played favoritism towards me, because my mother worked there. Little did they know, I was watched all the time; she knew my every

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    The Lovely Bones Analysis

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    Alice Sebold’s, The Lovely Bones, not only explores the grief which arises in the characters but also uses important metaphors and points of view to enable the reader to feel sympathy towards the characters who have just suffered from a loss. There are specific stages of grief. They reflect common reactions people have as they try to make sense of a loss. An important part of the healing process is experiencing and accepting the feelings that come as a result of the loss. In The Lovely Bones, we

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    Sin Is A Sin

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    Sin is something that every person on earth does, sometimes without even realizing that they are sinning. Some sins such as lying and gossiping are things people do without even thinking twice about it. Other sins are much worse. People plan and know that what they are doing is wrong. Sins have taken over the modern world and you can’t even go one minute without seeing or performing a sin. One current event that has been in the news is the trial of Jonathan Douglas Richardson. Richardson was recently

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