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    Endgame Analysis

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    actions like offenses, gashes and blusters are definitely led to anger. b) Unlike other aversive emotions such as grief and fear, which include suppression and retreat, Dagleish identifies anger as a negative emotion, but includes a positive approach. c) Cox and Harrison simply define the structure of anger as a multidimensional one with different influential and cognitive dimensions and various psychological elements that take part in anger process. 2- Origins and Emergence : a) The 20th…

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    I.Theoretical part: Anger in literature. 1. Definition: a. According to Arnold Wesker, Anger is an emotion culminated with antagonism and hatred against somebody or something. He believes that it is a healthy way through which one can expresses the negative feelings. b. john Gerard Braine defines anger as a passionate reaction designated by extreme displeasure, wrath, or animosity. Additionally, he considers that this feeling does vary extensively in different individuals and cultures. c. john…

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    Schizophrenia is a devastating disorder that cost over $60 billion in the United States alone. A disease as devastating as schizophrenia puts most families in a terrible situation. In the book, The Metamorphosis, Gregor Samsa believes that he transformed into a bug and is clearly suffering from schizophrenia evident to cognitive, behavioral, and psychological symptoms that was shown throughout the book. In the very beginning of the book the easiest symptom to identify is cognitive. One of the…

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    talk about emotions. This helps by troubleshooting any issues a child might have, therefore they don’t take it out on weaker children at school. Maybe the child is angry at home because of a sibling being mean to them, and they decided to take that anger out on someone else. By knowing this kind of information, the problem at home can be fixed, making the child happier. The third step is to have a healthy family communication climate. By knowing that your family is there for you, other things…

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    message, to educate or even to introduce. A good event management company will realize that eye contact during communication and speech are important. Â Take for instance a presentation event where you have a speaker and an audience. One of the main items of importance during event planning will be the camera and projection screen. Another item of importance is the cameraman. One point to note is that you can obtain a good event management app to manage your checklist for all these items.…

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    Anger is a useful dramatic emotion used by writers for centuries . It is a psychological process in everybody's nature that should not be ignored . It is also a strong feeling of displeasure ,hostility , resulting from injury ,mistreatment and opposition and usually showing itself in a desire to fight back at the supposed causes of the feeling . Allen translates Aristotle's definition of anger as "…a desire ,commingled with pain , to see someone punished , and which is provoked by an apparent…

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    I’ve been planted in a pot My roots are welded to the soil My buds are blossoming But I am fed fertilizer named Hindering Eventually these petals will be a memory My existence dust (A Marginalized Rose) These words by Francisco DH in his poem ‘A Marginalized Rose’ illuminates the mental and emotional condition of the marginalized groups and draws a picture upon the cruel social system, that disconnect a particular group from the mainstream culture and hinder their growth. Marginalization is the…

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    There is a difference between aggression and offense. While aggressive arguments inspire revenge and hatred, offensive rhetoric utilizes methods of persuasion to win arguments. Strategic, offensive persuasion consists of many different tools to be effective. For instance, the primary step towards building an argument is setting goals. The persuader must form goals for themselves and the audience; “Argument’s Rule Number One: Never debate the undebatable. Instead, focus on your goals” (36). In…

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    has high levels of hostility and anger. A Type B person is relaxed and laid back, less driven and competitive, and slow to anger. Type C personalities internalize their anger and anxiety, and it is hard for them to express their emotions. The last personality type is a Hardy personality. These type of people thrive on stress, have a deep sense of commitment and values, sense of control over their lives, views problems as challenges to overcome, and they lack anger and hostility. In my family…

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    media. Many of these events take place due to a victimizer’s aggression and belligerence. While many individuals possess aggression, many possess peace or perhaps, nothing at all. What is it that marks the difference between an individual who acquires anger and an individual who does not? Researchers have discovered that while aggression can be attributed to biological factors, it is also accredited to the environment. While both sides of the nature vs. nurture debate will be discussed, the…

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