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    Sound of Music with Julie Andrews, a classic musical, illustrates how music can serve as an aid to stimulate a learning experience for the children of the Von Trapps during World War II. The sound of music can also serve as a learning tool today, as most teenage students have multiple devices for listening to music. Music surrounds teenagers: “A typical student may not only have TV sets, CD players, and computers with Internet at home, they may also have cell phones...where they can listen to music...while performing their homework.” (Tze and Chou 36). Many students have background music playing while studying or completing homework assignments and the type of music affects a student's performance. Various types of background music affect a student's concentration, academic performance, and arousal levels. Music has been a significant part of the human race since early times and continues to play a dominant role…

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    Michael Jackson Metaphors

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    Two songs that he released for his 1997 remix album, Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix, are different versions of one another – Is it Scary and Ghosts. Is It Scary, originally composed in 1993 to be a part of the movie Adam’s Family Values but was excluded of the controversies surrounding Jackson, was reworked for this mix tape and turned into a lyrical paraphrase of Ghosts (). The songs reminiscent of Jackson’s “Thriller” era, share a gothic-pop/rock vibe with Jackson’s vocal timbre…

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    Effects of background music endings on consumer memory in advertising. The use of music in advertising is extremely strategic, as it allows marketers to connect with their audience on an emotional level, influence the consumer 's purchase intention and help consumers retain information about the product. In this study, the researchers hypothesised that the ability of consumers to recall advertising products and messages, is impacted by the style of endings used in background music. At the time…

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    following and solving the mystery together with Haller and Frank. Therefore, to understand the meaning of the movie, there is a need to perform a literary analysis to comprehend its basic blocks and use of thematic scene and background music transition. In the process of deconstructing this movie into an analytical piece, it is important to consider such themes as innocence, injustice, and existence of evil. The excellent, but often discriminated use of rap and instrumental music background…

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    The structure of an essay is very important. It helps a reader easily follow an author’s message. The structure of Rachel Carson’s essay was successful in informing its readers of the effect chemicals have on nature and how this would affect the future of the human race. “Chemicals sprayed on croplands or forest or gardens lie long in the soil, entering into living organisms, passing from one to another in a chain of poisoning and death” (Carson 613). This statement explains to the reader the…

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    Gun Background Check 300 million. Think about that number for a second. 300 million guns are in America alone with another 6 million sold every year. Now think, with a stronger background check numbers can be reduced to the people who actually should have a gun (Rosenwald). Gun background checks were brought up during the presidential race after there were so many mass shootings from shooters who failed a background check during the past few years. Both candidates believe that there should…

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    American population such as improving the economy, providing stronger gun laws, improving national security, and much more. Hilary Clinton believed that if America worked together, it would be stronger. She wanted to create a place where everyone counted and where everyone had a role to build a better future. During her campaign, Clinton televised and did radio advertisements to inform the public about her main issues. One of her television advertisements that regarded stronger gun laws was…

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    driver and the car. Also all Uber drivers are background checked, and rides in the Uber are tracked with GPS. Uber is a safe alternative to cabs. For instance, Uber uses very extensive ways to check the driver , “ The screening looks at county courthouse records, federal courthouse records, and a multi-state criminal background check, sex offender screening and a driver's record screening going back seven years” (Pell 1). Uber takes very careful precautions when hiring a driver to protect the…

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    Introduction For several years many people believed that the key secret to achieving ones highest creativity was background noise. The human brain has the functionality to multitask, each section of the brain has a specific purpose. According to Merriam Webster, concentration is defined as: 1. “The action or power of focusing one’s attention or mental effort” 2.” Exclusive attention to one object, Close mental application.” So according to text, people should single in their attention and…

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    The most often used loophole is known as the “gun show loophole”, which pertains to the private selling of firearms. Private selling of such weapons requires no registration, background checks or licensing. This brings upon the issue of convicted criminals or the mentally ill being able to purchase a firearm with no legal action. Loopholes are not the only issues with current firearm regulations. We are still operating off of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System that was…

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