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    the same standards as men. Title IX has helped sexism in education, and sports all across the United States, but could Title IX be supporting woman more than men? Sexisms has switched lanes and is now targeting men. Through World War II woman took the jobs of men in the military, in 1919 woman got the right to vote, in 1900 woman got their to participate in their first Olympic Games. As time progresses women rights blossom. Title IX has helped this movement grow. Title IX of the Education of the

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    character that dominates the narrative. His pursuit to marry Gwendolen, and the conflicts and struggles he goes up against to reach his ultimate goal, are traits which develop his character into being the protagonist. For a character to take on the role of protagonist, there always needs to be conflict. Jack Worthing’s first conflict is getting the approval to marry Gwendolen from her mother, Lady Bracknell. In the beginning of the story when Jack, also referred to as Ernest, proposes to Gwendolen

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    This proposed dramatic pilot offers a very intriguing and fascinating time in history. The main premise that two main newspapers are in competition with each other definitely has merit for a dramatic TV show. The show offers a dramatic tone, corruption, secrets, and betrayals. These are solid elements for a drama series. The series is considered “continuous” or a serial series with on-going story plots that continue from one to week to the next. This is a good structure to help build anticipation

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    which has a giant carousal in the middle. The film starts out quickly and keeps up the pace as it goes on. The film is set up like a book its opening credits are shown over each page. The film is also split up into chapters each with its own title. When the title of the chapter shows up it looks like a piece of paper and is turned going into the next scene. The movie is very clever, the plan for the sting is very tricky and surprising to the viewer. Hill shows us most of the plan but leaves out small

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    Imagine going to bed one night and everything in your world is perfect and normal; you wake up the next morning and suddenly the world is horrible and everyone is getting sick and dying. How would you feel? That’s how Contagion is. When Mitch Emhoff’s wife comes from Hong Kong and she is very sick. She ends up dying within the first ten minutes of the movie. That’s what makes Contagion different than all of the other mass outbreak stories is that the main character is killed off within minutes. Contagion

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    Romance films have enthralled audiences since the inception of cinema. In France during the French New Wave, a film called Un Homme et Une Femme debuted in 1966. This film tells the story of a widow and widower that meet and fall in love though a series of chance events. An American film released in 1995 called Before Sunrise explores similar themes of romance and chance. The French new wave was a movement in French that emphasized simple dialogue, new filming techniques, and realism. All these themes

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    interactions and the mothers sarcasm and while the characters argue they will always forgive each other. One of the most important things about the pilot of Roseanne is the shows theme, or big idea, that is different from most shows at it time, with its title character

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    In the Mistborn series, by Brandon Sanderson, the main, overarching villain, Ruin, is used to represent the very nature of destruction and to reinforce the recurring belief in the book that all things, good or bad, must come to an end. Ruin, a deity that embodies the essence of destruction, serves as a peculiar, shadowy villain throughout the entire series. Throughout the books, Ruin puts into place many events, most importantly, the corruption of the main character, Vin’s mother and, consequently

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    Title IX Great inequalities in the educational system between the sexes have occurred for many years and still occur today. Efforts have been made to rectify this disparity, but the one that has made the most difference is Title IX. Passed in 1972, Title IX attempted to correct the gender discrimination in educational systems receiving public funding. The greatest correction it made was in the area of athletics, but social justice of Title IX applies to many other areas as well. Title IX has

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    James Joyce, a most prestigious author of many titles, has incorporated into his works many different thoughts, life experiences, as well as themes. Those three things that he used in his works I believe are what made him the awesome author he is today. The main focus of this paper is to inform you of the themes that reoccur in many of his short stories. Some themes that I noticed were: family, frustration, dreams of escape, love infatuations, and finally, sin. Family is a strong theme in Joyce’s

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