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    She's So Unusual Analysis

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    She’s So Unusual was created and sung by Cyndi Lauper. This album is a pop/rock album and, it has a variety of different songs, no two are the alike. My overall impressions of the songs are that they are crazy, funky, weird, fun, playful and, energetic. All of the songs in the album are very catchy, upbeat and inventive tunes. This album has a personality of its own. In this album she usually sang, and had studio musicians play. Her main studio musicians were Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman (of the Hookers), Rick Clertaff, Richard Termini, and Peter Wood. This album was very popular with teenagers. The song were very rebellious and spunky. Cyndi Lauper has been in the music industry for over 30 years. This album is her debut album and, it is…

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    Slide 1 (Biography)- Jeffrey Preston Bezos was born January 12, 1964, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to 19-year-old Jacklyn Bezos and Ted Jorgenson. Growing up, he lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Houston, Texas, and Miami, Florida, though, currently, he lives in Medina, Washington. He grew up during a time when the internet was just starting out and forming, letting him explore the different options the internet had to offer before it became well known. Slide 2 (Childhood)- When he was around…

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    The Japanese Bridge 1923 artwork reminds me of some of kandinsky’s work but in a much looser and less geometric way. It has a very unique style of brush work that draws the viewer in and brings us into a much more ethereal and flowing mindset and mental landscape. This piece is different from the others by Monet we have seen in class in that is has a much less focused and planned color scheme (or at least appears unplanned on the surface). This is almost certainly due to the cataract symptoms…

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    Freud’s (1900) psychoanalytic theory is the most well-known psychodynamic theory of personality, many psychologists believed that he overemphasised the role of sexual motives and the sexual aspect of libidinal energy. Adler (1927) believed S. Freud overemphasised sexuality as a master motive underlying behaviour whereas he believed the master motive was self-interest. Jung (1912) believed that libidinal energy was the opposition of introversion and extraversion whereas Horney (1923-1937)…

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    both were discussed not as opposites, but as co-current by American anthropologists. Simultaneously, they were established as stages in a straightforward sequence that described cultural change as a process. Kroeber’s Anthropology (published in 1923) dedicated a chapter on invention, which he called “Parallels”, after which on “Diffusion”. He began by noting the creation versus dispersion controversy, like many other anthropologists, which, according to him existed from the difficulty in…

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    Stresemann, Gustav was German politician who worked as Chancellor in 1923 and also as a Foreign Minister of the Weimar Republic in the period of 1923-1929. Some historians saw him as a hero. Because he made many beneficial things to survive the Weimar Republic. But other some believe that there are many other people, including Charles G. Dawes and important events that happened at that time. There were some reasons for Stresemann was most significant and responsible for Germany at that time.…

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    Looking at the chart “Chinese Immigrants to Canada 1910-1949”, the number of Chinese immigrants that came to Canada drastically dropped twice. Once at the start of WWI and again in 1923 with the invocation of the Chinese Exclusion Act. Though the idea behind the Act was to stop more Chinese from coming to Canada, according to the chart from the period 1923 to 1949 six hundred and forty-four people were able to bypass the Exclusion Act and come to Canada. However the Chinese immigrants that were…

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    Calvin Coolidge—“Silent Cal” Calvin Coolidge was the 30th president of the United States of America. He first took office when he was vice president for Warren G. Harding who had a heart attack on August 2, 1923. Coolidge was known for his quiet demeanor and nature, which was complete the opposite of his predecessor, Harding. Alfred E. Smith stated that Coolidge was “distinguished for character more than for heroic achievement” (The White House). Calvin Coolidge had many political experiences…

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    This became known as the Kapp Putsch. The Kapp Putsch exposed the political divisions and the weakness of the Weimar Republic. They occupied the capital for several days, demanding the resignation of the government and the instalment of Wolfgang Kapp, a Prussian nationalist, as Reich president. The putsch was eventually stopped by public opposition, and lack of support from Reichswehr commanders. A lack of support ultimately caused Hitler’s 1923 Munich putsch to fail too. However, the Kapp…

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    Hyperinflation Analysis

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    Source A is written by George Grosz, a left-wing German artist, recalling his experience shopping during the hyperinflation crisis of 1923. It is of value to historian studying hyperinflation as it comes from Grosz himself, it is a first hand experience of a man whom was present the course of the hyperinflation and is therefore in an accurate position to write about the events that took place. He would have also experienced it first hand considering his occupation, this makes the content very…

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