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    Southern Masculinity in Faulkner’s The Unvanquished The narrator of Faulkner’s The Unvanquished is apparently an adult recounting his childhood. The first person narrator is a child at the story’s outset, but the narrative voice is lucid, adult. Telling the story of his childhood allows the narrator to distinguish for the reader what he believed as a child from what he “know[s] better now” (10). The difference affords an examination of dominant southern masculinity as it is internalized by Bayard

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    beliefs. Maycomb represents a typical old southern town. Not many people move into Maycomb and not many people who live there journey beyond its boundaries. As a result, the opinions held by many of the citizens of Maycomb are left to grow and foster in the same families for many generations. The circumstances in Maycomb are less than ideal for generating change and more prone to sustaining traditionally accepted codes. Two codes embedded within southern social beliefs are class and race. The

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    Southern Comfort

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    Southern Comfort Visual communications I We are shaped by the world around us, all we experience in life determines our way of thinking and ultimately defines who we are. This essay will show how the film "southern comfort" demonstrates this and how perception is affected by our surrounding and our experiences. The commanding officer of team Bravo because of his service and Discharge in the Vietnam war gave him the leadership qualities the would have been a great help later in the film

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    Women in Education A Look at Southern Arizona in the Early 20th Century Once part of the early western frontier, southern Arizona has undergone many changes in regards to its principles and ideals throughout the years. Women have played a large role in this changing of principles and ideals, creating rights that they deserved but did not always have. One such right is the right to present and obtain a good education through the home and the public system. During the early 20th century there

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    Analyzation of Southern Arizona Folk Arts Tucson, Arizona is a place of warmth and place of desert and most of all a place influenced by the traditions of Mexico and its people. It is especially influenced by the Folk Art traditions. But Folk arts what are they? Folk pertains to a subgroups object that fulfills a purpose of their own or for export for society. Art pertains to the aspect of an object that gives pleasure to the constructor of object or to the viewer in some way or another. Folk

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    There are many types of rock and roll to soft rock to hard rock to slow rock and so on. It also had its problems as to any other type of genre. Rock and roll was known for their sexual lyrics and rebellious lyrics that changed American culture. This changed American culture because that’s when everyone noticed that artists are saying those things in their lyrics and other artist would do it as well and that’s when a lot

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    of course, but this is only the tip of the iceberg; food gains a meaning and a significance, as it is cultivated, prepared and celebrated. In particularly, staple foods take on a vital role for a community and thus have a way of constructing their culture. Hence, China, being a vast country divided by a multitude of factors, embodies an interesting field of research: in this country, where staple foods make up for 70% of the average diet (Newman 90), the cultural differences between North and South

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    1. Southern theories 3.1 Indigenous theories Connell (2007: 90) suggests that southern countries need to form their own concepts for our local information rather than use concepts of the northern countries such as Europe and America. She state that this can be achieved by not using nor relying on the northern resources but find the concepts in our own social theories. Connell gives the example of a Nigerian poem which is narrated and explained by Akiwowo (1980) - a Nigerian author. The poem shows

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    The Southern Dialect as Seen in the Works of William Faulkner In the writings of William Faulkner, the reader may sense that the author has created an entire world, which directly reflects his own personal experience. Faulkner writes about the area in and around Mississippi, where he is from, during the post-Civil War period. It is most frequently Northern Mississippi that Faulkner uses for his literary territory, changing Oxford to “Jefferson” and Lafayette County to “Yoknapatawpha County,” because

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    Folk Culture Importance

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    Importance of Folk Cultures Folk cultures are the backbones that shape and mold every individual during their lifetime. It is a blend of traditions and skills, foods, beliefs, heritage and shared values that are taught and/or passed down from generation to generation providing a common identity or direction for people within a family or community. With our modern day technology and ever changing society, it is important to keep folk cultures alive and not allow them to slip away. As Rose stated

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