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    generation and attribution of meaning (Griffin & Patton, 1986). Going on to state that cooperation is defined a process not a thing; a process that promotes change among humans (Griffin & Patton, 1986). There are levels of human communication; such as intrapersonal, one-way, and interpersonal communication by these forms we acclimate ourselves to our environment and acclimate our environment to suit us (Griffin & Patton, 1986). According to Griffin and Patton (2002), we negotiate with others to reduce their attempts to restrict us and to diminish their efforts to keep us dependent on them. Argyle stated, “Cooperation is acting together, in a coordinated way at work, leisure, or social relationship, in the pursuit of shared goals, the enjoyment of the joint activity, or simply furthering the relationship” (p. 3). Tyler in some form agreed with this by defining cooperation by how actively involve oneself in a group that will equally help the group be effective and successful (2011). Barrett, Dunbar, and Lycett (2002) stated, that based off the high probability that you are likely to meet the same individuals time and time again, then cooperation can take place (2002). Barrett et al. founded that cooperation is a way to increase personal gain if and only if the other individual do their part that you both agreed upon (2002). Which then brought about the Prisoner’s Dilemma otherwise known as tit-for-tat (Barrett et al., 2002). Prisoner’s Dilemma was discovered by Robert Axelrod…

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    Nostalgia Nostalgia has been seen as an emotion sparked by music. Constructs that contribute to nostalgic experiences can be divided into both context- level and person- level. Context level constructs signify aspects of a person’s relationship and attributes of a persons experience while listening to a particular song. This may include how well-known the piece is or to what level the song is linked with personal reminiscence. On the other hand, person- level constructs suggest the…

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    the convenience of stereotyping to achieve an understanding of any one human being. This leads to a huge problem in human interaction because beliefs of one person are based solely on the way that person looks versus who that person truly is. In Speech Sounds Rye used great caution based on appearance, much like modern day American citizens do. Ironically, current citizens use he exact same observation and caution with those dressed in uniform. With police brutality at an all time high (or more…

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    The National Football League has had its number of lockouts, the most recent and historically longest being in 2011. It lasted 132 days until an agreement was made between the players and owners. There are many aspects involved in reaching their agreement, however at the end of the day it comes down to money, $9 billion dollars annually to be exact. Back in 2006 the current agreement was set to expire but was extended by both the players and owners. In 2008 owners chose to opt out of the…

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    Being wrongfully convicted of a crime is a reoccurring issue and the Innocence Project states that in the United States "since 1989, there have been tens of thousands of cases where prime suspects were identified and pursued until DNA testing proved that they were wrongly accused" (Innocence Project). Wrongly convicted individuals serve an average number of 14 years in prison before they are exonerated and 29% of the cases involved false confessions (Innocence Project). Included in those tens…

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    During the Golden Age of Hollywood, studios controlled not only the resources of production but also how the films were released. The most prominent of these studios, known as “The Big Five,” consisted of Paramount Pictures, RKO, Warner Brothers, Fox, and Loew’s Incorporated. Again, during that time, they controlled the development, production, and distribution of films which lead to the studio system. The Paramount decision, stemming from the United States Supreme Court Hollywood Antitrust Case…

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    in each region of the United States. Our first stop is at the Harriet Beecher Stowe House in Brunswick, Maine. Built in 1871, this house is where Stowe wrote many books until her death in 1896. She is most famous for writing Uncle Tom’s Cabin…

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    After the death of his father, King George V, King Edward the VIII rules for less than a year, from January to December 1936 before abdicating his throne for his forbidden lover. On December 11, 1936, the King gives a radio broadcast, announcing his decision to abdicate his throne in order to avoid leading England into a constitutional crisis and leaves his brother the soon-to-be King George VI in his place. King Edward wishes to marry a two time divorcee, Wallis Simpson, and in doing so will…

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    Throughout the centuries, America has been through multiple wars, slavery, discrimination, racism, segregation, and trying to unite as a patriotic county. When America was first discovered, it a was new uncharted land and White settlers wanted to show England that they could live by themselves, without help from Parliament. As time progressed, colonies came closer and closer to their freedom, but made a few enemies on their road to patriotism and freedom. Although, America gained its…

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    the time of the offense, Mr. Abbadi either stared blankly at this evaluator or began speaking loudly in a foreign language. He then began speaking loudly making incomprehensible statements while looking over his shoulders. As Mr. Abbadi’s behavior became increasingly anxious, the interview was terminated. LEGAL STANDARD FOR COMPETENCY TO STAND TRIAL Competency to Stand Trial is a requirement of the United States Constitution designed to assure the defendant due process of law through…

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