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    Narsapur vs. America

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    Narsapur vs. America This Women’s Studies Senior Seminar class has provided the opportunity to read about many cross-cultural issues pertaining to women. In the article, “Women Workers and Capitalist Scripts: Ideologies of Domination, Common Interests, and the Politics of Solidarity” by Chandra Talpade Mohanty, issues of “poor women worker in the global capitalist arena” (3) are addressed. Mohanty focuses on the plight of exploited, poor Third-World women. She illuminates specific issues that

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    Perhaps one reason for this exclusion is that the sheer volume of work being done in postcolonial studies at present requires extensive and detailed study beyond the ability of the typical advanced high school or undergraduate course outside the senior seminar. But another reason for this exclusion—and the one that concerns us here—is the difficulty, indeed the complexity, of postcolonial discourse itself and its historical, political, cultural, and theoretical background. Because of the increased

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    Population Growth in Perspective

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    starvation are forecast as a result of the planet's increasing population. In fact, overpopulation is often perceived as the number one threat to the world because of its wide ranging effects. Here at Goshen, overpopulation is a popular topic for Senior Seminar papers. Virtually every year, at least one person i... ... middle of paper ... ...93 Bailey, Ronald. Ed. The True State of the Planet. Free Press, New York. 1995 Brown, Lester and Kane, Hal. Full House. W.W. Norton and Company, New York

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    Juvenile Delinquency in the States

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    states are role models in the way their juvenile justice systems are managed and executed. Generally, state juvenile delinquency prevention systems were overhauled as a result of the high crime rates in the early 1990s. For my political science Senior Seminar research project, I wanted to look at what factors affected state delinquency rates. I was looking for what effects the reforming (or lack thereof) of these systems has had on the crime committed by juveniles in the states. Working for the

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    In Search of Virtue in Honors

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    good—the ideal seminar most resembles the perfectly good friendship between “good men who are alike in excellence or virtue” (Aristotle 1156b). A seminar, the Swarthmore website reads, unites faculty with “small groups of dedicated and accomplished students” committed to “independent learning” and “dialogue with peers, teachers, and examiners.” In light of Aristotelian and neo-Aristotelian thought on friendship, virtue and practical wisdom, this discussion will first examine how an ideal seminar promotes

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    Character revelation is how a character is portrayed to the audience. The relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor in Arthur Miller's, The Crucible is presented in two different stages throughout the play. The first stage is a troubled relationship lacking in chemistry. The second stage is that of acceptance, presenting a clear picture to the audience of the love between John and Elizabeth. The First Stage The relationship is cold, lacking in chemistry, it is very awkward. There is

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    farmer. Having been in the same profession and location most of his young life, Berry in 1958 (at age twenty-four) accepted a Stanford University Stegner Fellowship. Intrigued, he decided to read Stegner’s books and take this professor’s writing seminar. Berry is reverent and testifies that Stegner filled the Jones Room of the Stanford Library with an aura of literary authority. It is here that Berry learns “responsible writing.” This is writing that contains the values one has “proven” by living

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    Gustav Robert Kirchhoff

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    Gustav's mother was Johanna Henriette Wittke. In 1988 Gustav Kirchhoff went to the Albertus University of Königsberg to study math when he was at the age of 18. In 1833 Frans Neuman and Jakobi set up a mathematics-physics seminar at Königsberg. Kirchhoff attented at the seminar from 1843 to 1846. It was while he was studying with Neumann that Kirchhoff made his first outstanding research contribution which related to electrical currents. Kirchhoff's laws, which he announced in 1845. The year 1847

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    in Act 5 Scene iv l.30-48 , where ''rudely'', ''roughly'', ''forcibly'' ( time and hostile circumstances ) undermine the ''airy'' passion that could only be expressed in ''sighs'' and ''labouring breath''. Even the taste imagery, as hinted during seminar, shows a sense of delicacy and triviality in Troilus bodiless idealism. Cressida also explains the grief of separation ''The grief is fine, full, perfect, that I taste.'' (IV. Iv. 3). The controversy around Cressida .Is Cressida a slut or a victim

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    Othello Seminar

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    The Theme of Love In William Shakespeare's Othello the Theme of Love is very important. The main themes conveyed are: Love can be used against you/ love can be manipulated, and love is blinding (unconditional love). The theme of love can be used against you is best shown in Othello and Desdemona, Cassio and Bianca, Roderigo and Desdemona, and Iago, Roderigo, and Brabantio. The theme of love is blinding is best shown in Desdemona and Othello, Emilia and Iago, and Brabantio and Desdemona. Love can

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