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    Rage Against His Machine I am a member of the Bleeding Green Nation. I have been an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan since before I can remember. Examples of my fidelity to the organization range from an irrational adoration of retired legend Brian Dawkins (AKA Weapon X) to a deep seeded hatred of the Dallas Cowboys. My membership of the bleeding green nation has been a potent influence on my life and there is not a day that goes by where I do not check the latest news. The hiring of Chip Kelly represented a bittersweet moment for me. On one hand, it represented the conclusion of one of the Eagles’ greatest coaches and leaders, Andy Reid. However, on the other hand, the idea of an ‘offensive genius’ running the team was exciting. Now, three years later, even my prejudiced eyes cannot ignore a glaring reality. Chip Kelly is a flawed leader.…

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    car, etc which could lead to additional evidence. For example in the case of Jack the Ripper we might have found out that he was a man of slight build, that wore a size 9 shoe, and had a slight limp on his right leg using this information. Interviewing Techniques The Reid Technique is a technique that I would use because the interrogation technique when used properly can yield valuable information and help secure the confession that is needed. This type of interviewing requires three steps,…

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    I choose to write about Douglas Starr’s responses to his interview with Terry Gross from Fresh Air about his article in the New Yorker called “Beyond Good Cop/ Bad Cop: A Look At Real-Life Interrogations.” Starr’s interview covered the topic “Do Police Interrogations Techniques Produce False Confessions?” The bottom line is yes. However, in this on air radio interview with Starr, he compares how two techniques frequently used by law enforcement in the United States with the Reid Method and…

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    techniques and tactics used to exploit individual weakness, such as juvenile status, therefore changes need to occur in the justice system. Arguably the biggest contributor to a false confession is the primary interrogation technique used to produce it, the Reid technique, which was even declared by the United States Supreme Court’s 1966 Miranda decision as “the most authoritative source on American interrogation techniques” (Shipler 1). Founded by John Reid, a former Chicago street cop turned…

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    Interrogation Case Study

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    With this technique, the interrogator does an interview with the suspect to determine if they display any verbal or nonverbal signs of guilt (Frantzen, 2010). If the interrogator is confident in the presence of guilt, the aim shifts to obtain a confession (Dixon, 2010). Here the tactics used are designed to minimize guilt and put emphasis on any available evidence and the suspects need for cooperation (Frantzen, 2010). Psychological pressure is put onto the suspect in order to build anxiety and…

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    This information can be helpful if there needs to be an interrogation by identifying certain characteristics about both the suspect and the crime that was committed (Orlando, n.d.). Another technique that the Reid Technique uses, the behavior analysis interview, is a non-accusatory interview. The criminal investigator will ask background questions. In other words, ask personal questions of the suspect that will allow the criminal investigator to evaluate the suspect’s “normal” verbal and…

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    Campbell's Soup Cans

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    I chose the image of the few of the dalmatian puppies from 101 Dalmatians Disney movie near a dog food can that is very similar in style to Andy Warhol’s Campbell 's soup cans. I chose this image because 101 Dalmatians is one of my favorite Disney films. I also enjoy some of Andy Warhol’s work and his Campbell’s Soup Cans is one of his more famous works. I found this image is a part of the Disney fine art program. Tricia Buchanan-Benson is the artist of this piece. Many of her works are for…

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    A Swiss architect, Max Bill, once said, “Even in modern art, artist have used methods based on calculation, in as much as these elements, alongside those of a more personal and emotional nature, give balance and harmony to any work of art.” In this report, I will be mentioning Barbara Kruger’s artwork called Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground) and Andy Warhol’s, Two Marlins. I will be talking a little about the history of each artwork, while comparing and contrasting them. Barbara Kruger…

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    Andy Warhol, an American artist who painted post-World War II, once said, “Everybody has their own America, and then they have the pieces of a fantasy America that they think is out there but they can 't see” (“Sunbeams: Issue 447”). The American Dream incorporates this sense of imagination and hope: it creates motivation to fully commit one’s time and effort in order to accomplish his or her ambitions. Warhol, however, warns people that aspirations requiring hard work can evolve into…

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    My paper focuses on appropriation and how the progression of appropriation continued into Pop Art and what that could’ve translated into American society. I will look at appropriation in art to compare to the cultural values at the time and to go in depth about what it meant to Americans during the 1960s. During the 1960s, the time Pop Art was emerging in America, a war-consumed society was transitioning into a mass cultural embrace of media and art. Pop Art was the art of popular culture. It…

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