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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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    inability to innovate, for economies of stability etc, Yet this resistance is advantageous to certain firms that are loosely structured, organic, and oriented towards product market innovation, expert power based, etc.Any emerging organizational tendency (like decentralization, technocratization etc),whatever its direction will tend to have momentum associated with it. A Model of Organizational Adaptation The model has three related tenets 1. Momentum is expected to be a dominant factor in organizational

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    Why do organizations change?

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    discrepancies and imbalances. Thus, a major stimulus is required to prompt a revolution and an important note of caution in interpreting the findings is focus has been on significant general tendencies and not a condition that holds for all historical sequences. The findings represent significant tendencies in the sample and the study has given a small insight into the dynamics of adjustment among the organisations. Bibliography Hedberg, B., Nystrom, P., & Starbuck, W. Camping on seesaws: Prescriptions

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    Polarization

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    Polarization Polarization is a tendency to reason only in terms of extremes or opposites. The most common type of polarization is group polarization. Group polarization in general refers to the notion that judgments made by a group tend to be more extreme than judgments made by individual members. The concept of group polarization developed from a notion of the “risky shift.” It was originally thought that after group discussion, individuals would make riskier decisions than before. However, researchers

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    American Beauty by Sam Mendes

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    implicate us in the construction and make us active viewers by exploiting our voyeuristic nature. In American Beauty Mendes uses the voyeuristic tendencies of the spectator to acknowledge the permeating constructed images. Mendes, through the use of narration, the mise en scene and cinematic techniques implicates the spectator in to using their voyeuristic tendencies to deconstruct the images in order to reveal the true image. From the start of the film the construction of images is evident. American

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    ¹I believe Kevin’s development from infancy to adolescence has reflected the characteristic of stability. From the moment Kevin was born, he has displayed the consistency of a temperament of a difficult child. Furthermore, he has a strong tendency of showing aggression when things did not go his way. Kevin did not show interest in anything particularly, with the exception of archery, which seem to be one of the few that held his interest, which may seem to supports his violent behaviors. In generally

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    Literature Review “When the going gets tough, the tough goes shopping,” This statement may not be a familiar statement for many persons however this statement is aimed at making light the situation of compulsive buying. This phenomenon however is a serious one, compulsive and impulsive buying are described to be two of the most persistent phenomenon of the consumer lifestyle (Shahjehnan et al. 2011). According to the American Journal of psychiatry, compulsive buying is the uncontrolled urge to

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