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    Your hand quivers as you fill in the ‘c’ bubble. You hesitate, realizing there’s no way they would have put so many ‘c’s in a row. An anxious shudder thunders across your skin, leaving yet another trail of goosebumps in its wake. The next three questions seem to be of an entirely different language and you eventually fill them in with a random assortment of ‘a’s and ‘b’s. This trend continues throughout the morning as you answer endless questions about genetic variations and the application of trigonometric

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    The phrase “white-collar crime” was termed in 1939 by Edwin H. Sutherland (Barnett, n.d.). The FBI defines white collar crime in several ways. White-collar crimes “are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and are not dependent on the application or threat of physical force or violence” (“White-Collar Crime,” n.d.). The FBI recognizes that “the motivation behind these crimes is financial—to obtain or avoid losing money, property, or services or to secure a personal or business

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    Well, well, well. If you’re reading this, it means you succumbed to falling down the rabbit hole with me that is: BTS. Welcome my dear or should I say, “eoseo wa bangtaneun cheoeumiji?” [Welcome, first time with BTS?] Let me introduce myself. I’m BTS trash™, and I’m here to take you down with me. Also because I love these boys with all my heart and when I feel confused or lost, the one thing I know is this group of guys will always be a constant in my life; cheesy right? Let me start by telling you

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    Utopian Literature The history of western civilization has been the story of the class struggle.1 In opposition to the class struggle, many have offered to restrict or even totally eliminate class distinctions and replace them with the panacea of utopia. Utopia was made popular by the theologian and philosopher, Thomas More. Whereas Karl Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto and others preached the idea of a utopian society, several individuals crafted timeless works of literature to elucidate --or

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    According to Fig.1.3 the responses collected by this questionnaire establishes that some people believe that Classical Literature – as in Gothic Literature- appears to not be as popular as 21st century Horror Literature. This was targeted at different audiences of 16 to 45 indicating that it goes against the prejudice that younger generations go for modern texts and older generations go for classical texts. Fig 1.3 The term ‘Other’ indicates other genres like Sci-Fi, Fantasy etc. being better

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    Jane Austen Novels: Success After Death

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    Jane Austen Novels: Success after Death Chuck Leddy, a notable critic, stated "Upon her death in 1817, English novelist Jane Austen was completely unknown in the literary world". Why would someone as brilliant as Jane Austen not be world known? By 1817, Austen had already published one of her masterpieces Sense and Sensibility, and it seemed to not bring in as much success as it would later on in life. But the dry spell would eventually end. Two hundred years after Jane Austen's death, her books

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    view of human nature? When I contemplate human nature, I believe people know life is finite and while animals live to survive, humans live to try be remembered. People yearn to persist, this explains society’s obsession with immortality, vampires, zombies, and the longing to be reminisced. Collectively, I think many humans dread loneliness, society equates isolation with emptiness and as a substitute they engage in a surplus of consumerism to feel comfort. People relentlessly upload pictures to feel

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    Mr Timothy Sargent

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    After King Yamma is trapped inside his house, all the past souls come back from Hell and reform on Earth, even after forming Janemba. They then go around Earth haunting and causing chaos. Mr. Satan walks around attacking all the skeletons and walking zombies claiming to be the hero once again. We even see a much older Romeo asking a much younger Juliet to marry him, and wondering why she hadn't aged. Meanwhile Great Saiyaman (Gohan) and Videl try to combat the souls and strike new poses, while Young

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    REFERENCE 10 In Resident Evil Retribution there are equal numbers of female and male characters starring. The female characters talk considerably and participate in more notable behaviours. They are represented as a hero or killer through masculine attributes or at times through the dress sense. Alice contributes as the main character in the film; she is captured by the Umbrella Corporation, constraining her to make her emission from an underwater facility in the Arctic Circle, used for testing the

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    Assignment 2: “Do Violent Media Images Trigger Violent Behavior?” Synthesis From killing zombies in a zombie apocalypse to blowing up enemies with four tanks and a bazooka, violence and conflict is what makes the media so enthralling; the exhilaration is not for everyone and poses the question of as to why people view these horrible images as a form of entertainment. With the advancement of technology, violent media has become increasingly abundant and accessible for the average consumer. Technology’s

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    Short Story: Taoe Woes

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    Nicole, and all Was it the fear of heights that terrorized the common population? the fear of falling off the steep slope? crashing into a tree? it made no difference to me in that very moment. I can do this. A FEW HOURS EARLIER “Are you guys zombies or something?!?!” A distant, faintly annoyed voice ran through my hazy

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    Medical marijuana has been a topic of discussion in recent years due to it being made legal in several states here in the U.S. From cancer patients to people who suffer from PTSD, medical marijuna has made its way into several thousands of peoples lives and helping them live their life more fulfilled. My mom is currrently a medical marijuana patient and watching her go from popping several prescription drugs to only needig one dose of marijuana each day, only provs to me there is a medicine practice

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    obesity in america

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    America is one of the wealthyiest,one the most growing country in the world. Shouldn't America be one of the healthiest as to? Americans are some of the unhealthiest people in the world. Even though we are living in a country with great power and technology advnaces, living in a such a country with the smallest practical nutritional knowledge. Living in a land diseased and crawling with obesity. According to (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) CDC, obesity in adults has shot up by sixty

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    In the film Wall-E we are introduced to a distant and future world. In this future world a single company, Buy’n’Large, controls all consumer goods. Humans have consumed and waisted to the point of Earth becoming one giant landfill. The environment becomes so damaged that the earth is deemed uninhabitable, and all plant life ceases to grow. Humans abandon Earth, and their responsibilities, and leave robots behind to clean up their mess while they “go on a cruise”. Technology is has been perfected

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    Jeffrey Dahmer Case Study

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    drugs then strangle the victim (O 'Reilly, 2014, p. 147). The method of operation for strangulation has been known to be “more personal” giving control to the killer (Fleming, 2014). As Dahmer’s goal was to get closer to the victims by creating zombies and shrines of the victims, strangulation is a necessary route in order to be personal with the victim. It was after the police charged Dahmer that the family noticed compartmentalization. Compartmentalization is when a murderer is able to separate

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    successfully supporting a family for the rest of our lives. The way we are brought into education as young children into adults can be both a gift and a curse. For life, education can either bring us to persons we want to be, or make us these type of zombies who live in this virtual reality of unhappiness. As humans, we grow accustomed to the things we do in life, we go to school at young age, as we grow, we get into college, get a good corporate job and eventually get married and have a family. It

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    mind of it’s own it would remain far from the gray “Valley of ashes” (27) of New York in the 20’s. Gatsby unfortunately combined those two worlds together and the gray dusted over the red. In the end, Gatsby is murdered, Tom and Daisy continue like zombies, and Nick, disenfranchised, decides to leave altogether. Fitzgerald portrays the essence of emptiness in all the characters touched or consumed by wealth and leaves the reader with a clear message: No sense of fulfillment, specifically regarding love

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    City Under Siege

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    He awoke to the sounds of cannon fire. The rumbling thunder in the distance signalled the start of another day, as surely and as steadily as it had been doing ever since the war reached Sarajevo. It would be moments before the rounds hit, chipping off more of the small European city into debris. Sometimes, with Lady Luck on their side, they would land outside of town. Things were rarely so fortunate. A series of booms sent his ears ringing, numbed and dazed from the shock. Groups of infantrymen

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    Almost since its beginning, Japanese cinema entailed themes, characters and motifs that occasionally surpassed even the borders of the surreal. Moreover, even if the rest of the world usually disdains them as bizarre and incoherent, the local filmmakers have continued shooting them, chiefly because they appeal to the character and idiosyncrasy of the Japanese. However, a number of them have reached audiences outside the country, largely due to the enlargement of the cult audience in the recent decades

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    Simulcasting Live Music

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    Simulcasting live music: NPR - Marijuana Deathsquads & PBS Audra McDonald When the Internet was created who knew that you would be able to access anything at anytime with just the click of a mouse. Especially when it comes to hearing music from your favorite artist. Before YouTube and all the other video streaming sites you would have to order a concert via paper view. Even now that technology is so advance you can watch a live performance from anywhere in your home on a computer thru what

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