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    Perils of Obedience

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    lowest, any in between, or any combination of levels.) Each subject proceeded for thirty critical trials. The learner's protests were co-ordinated to standard shock levels, his first grunt coming at 75 volts, his first vehement protest at 150 volts. The average shock used during the thirty critical trials was less than 60 volts -- lower than the point at which the victim showed the first signs of discomfort. Three of the forty subjects did not go beyond the very lowest level on the board, twenty-eight

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    Critical Pedagogy

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    Critical Pedagogy "Education must be understood as producing not only knowledge but also political subjects." This statement by Paulo Freire is very bold, and can be translated in many different ways. First, the word knowledge can be understood in many different ways. By definition, knowledge is defined as: the acquaintance with facts, truths, or principles. This knowledge according to Freire would be entirely based on a receptacle idea of education, and just "filling us up" with facts that

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    This perspective is developed and introduced by a French philosopher Althusser (1971) with his notion of ideology and ‘interpellation’. Althusser argued that it is ideology that transforms us into ‘subjects’. Given an example of a person knocks on a door, the person inside will only open the door once the person from the outside sounds familiar. Another instance is seeing a friend on the street, the way we use to signal to him/her that we recognise

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    determining whether backpack loads and the usage of hip and chest straps affect a walker's step length and post-exercise heartrate. The degree of increase of the post-exercise heartrate from the resting heartrate was used as a measure for fatigue in the subjects. Sixteen college students underwent eight walking trials on a treadmill on which the speed and distance traveled was fixed. Our data indicates that load carriage decreases average step length when the walker is on an inclined surface, but not on

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    Various Subjects

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    Cure panic attacks and stop living in fear. Since this disorder can occur without warning, it can take a toll on those afflicted, preventing them from living a healthy, productive lifestyle. Common symptoms include feeling weak, faint, or dizzy; tingling or numbness in the hands; sweating or chills; chest pains including "racing" heart and difficulty in breathing; and a sense of losing control. Anti-anxiety medicines like Xanax, Klonopin, and Ativan are some of the medications prescribed at

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    A Liberal Arts Education

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    universal education provides a strong foundation of knowledge in many subjects. The students can observe the strengths and capabilities, as well as the limitations of each field of study. This allows the students to find connections between diverse fields of study, to explore them, and to discover new theories, thoughts, or inventions. It allows the students to investigate areas of intrigue and create new fields of study by blending subjects that compliment each other. With these new inventions, discoveries

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    Malevicth red square

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    imposed on them by their senses. Suprematist style focuses was on depictions of movement and dynamism. Flight and anti-gravity fascinated Malevich. Much of his paintings were a top down view of the subjects arranged on a white background. The white background represents infinite space, while the subjects were reduced to geometric blocks. The message of the paintings comes out in the relative position of the blocks to the background. The infinite background of the paintings is to divorce the paintings

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    retaining political power. In the chapter entitled "That We Must Avoid Being Despised and Hated," Machiavelli describes the traits that a leader should avoid. He also describes the traits a leader must have in order to have the respect and loyalty of his subjects. Machiavelli writes, "He is rendered despicable by being thought changeable, frivolous, effeminate, timid, and irresolute." Machiavelli believes the leader should never vacillate. The leader's words would become meaningless for he cannot gain anything

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    Women In The 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries In the 17th century rich women would normally be taught at home by a tutor, they were taught subjects like Latin, French, Needlework, and how to converse, and they were also taught how to look pretty and to play instruments like the piano. When they were older there parents would decide who they were going to marry and the family of the women would pay a dowry to the parents of the husband. They only got married to get more popular and look more

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    A lot of the time the brain will come up with bizarre and far-fetched ideas and scenarios when it is idle. When thinking about this essay my mind was no different. What if I could influence the behavior of a person for my benefit or entertainment? Perhaps I could help someone by getting in their head and helping them out of a bad situation. The possibilities of such an ability would be endless, dangerous and fascinating. In reality, there are many forms of psychological manipulation available and

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