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    Shopping Tendencies of Men and Women One of my friends called me asking to pick her up from the store where she was shopping. When I found her inside the store and asked what happened to her, she came up with a story. Her husband and she decided to take one car to do the shopping and arrange some other business in the bank. Her husband came up with a plan that he will drop her in the store and drive to the bank while she will be shopping. They decided that he would pick her up when he will be

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    Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick's Tendencies: Queerness and Oppression Over the last two decades or so, the idea of queerness is one that has been utilized and considered by individuals and communities of marginalized sexualities and genders. The concept is one that has attempted to broaden and deconstruct traditional notions of gender and sexuality in order to include all of their incarnations as valid experiences and identities. Queerness endeavors to include all of those who feel they are a part of

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    The Red Badge of Courage as a Naturalistic Work with Realistic Tendencies The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane, one of the most significant and renowned books in American literature, defies outright classification, showing traits of both the realist and naturalist movements. It is a classic, however, precisely because it does so without sacrificing unity or poignancy. The Red Badge of Courage belongs unequivocally to the naturalist genre, but realism is also present and used to great effect

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    Recent Studies Concerning Violent Tendencies and the Confusion that Arises "It was an urge. . . . . A strong urge, and the longer I let it go the stronger it got, to where I was taking risks to go out and kill people-risks that normally, according to my little rules of operation, I wouldn't take because they could lead to arrest." -Edmund Kemper (6) Ted Bundy. Charles Manson. Timothy McVeigh. Bundy murdered pretty women. Manson had followers who killed on his command. McVeigh is responsible

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    Patriarchal Tendencies

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    There are many things that can be thought about as a reading response: Power, Sexuality, Oppressions, Patriarchal Tendencies, and many other topics relevant to the overall themes. What I will talk about is a racism issue, as I didn't see many historical documentations or essays regarding people of color, PoC, in the readings. As interesting as it was to read about intersex experiences, male sexual transgressions, and rape and power, the lack of information regarding PoC was not as much surprising

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    Personal learning styles are highly complex and unique to specific individuals. It is often difficult to pinpoint an exact learning style. Though there are different categories, we often fine tune them to our own abilities. By examining our traits and tendencies we create a clearer understanding of how we process and learn information. With careful review, I have developed a specific analysis of my learning characteristics, including an evaluation of skill levels. Based on what I have recently learned and

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    The Unalterable Human Condition Exposed in Shirley Jackson's The Lottery The short story, The Lottery, by Shirley Jackson, managed to capture various human tendencies stemming from the very heart of the unalterable human condition. The willingness to follow tradition blindly, the inherent cruelty of humans, and the unwillingness to change were the primary negative behaviors depicted in the story. The unalterable human condition is one of the truths of human existence. Throughout the course

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    Prescription for Herbivorous Men in Japan

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    strength to attract women. However, some Japanese women may see them as modest men who could care about their partner. Herbivorous men are likely to reflect new aspects of Japanese society and they may create new customs which change young people’s love tendency. Works Cited Kasagi, Yu. "異性への自己呈示." Daibo, Ikuo and Yasutomi Taniguchi. 現代社会と応用心理学2 クローズアップ「恋愛」. Bunkyo: 福村出版株式会社, 2013. Mamiya, Takeshi. 男と女 male and female. Chiyoda: Shogakukan, 1991. Morioka, Masahiro. 草食男子の恋愛学. Chuo: 株式会社メディアファクトリー

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    Psychology Experiment

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    particular members. Kephart (1950) established that as group size increases the number of relationships that exist among member’s increases greatly. He suggests that as a result of this increase in relationships among members there will be an increased tendency towards divisions into subgroups in which participants relate to one another. According to research, two-person groups frequently consequent in a rise in tension. The tension is usually caused by the creation of a ‘dominant-submissive’ relationship

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    who willingly gives into his heart of darkness, and a character who sees the savagery of those who are consumed and fights to return to civilization.  For example, in the Heart of Darkness Kurtz gave into his heart of darkness and let his evil tendencies take over.  He was a one point a man who values morals but gave into his evil side when removed from civilization.  Marlow on the other hand also journeys away from civilization but he does not let his values deteriorate such as Kurtz.  In Lord

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