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  • Worldcom Case Study Answers

    1. There are many decision-making traps WorldCom’s board has succumbed to. One of these trap is relying on one individual to lead and decide the future of the company. The leader of the company, Ebber was conceited, refrained from the truth, and short tempered. He made it visible throughout the company that he did not like negative and only accepted numbers that represent profit. With a similar image to Mao Zedong during the Great Leap Forward, the company was put through an economic crisis…

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  • Nostalgia In The Natural

    The Natural’s Nostalgia Nostalgia is something that everyone seems to love. The memory of a time that once was, truly brings a great feeling to a person. One clear example of this is the movie The Natural that was released back in 1984. Most of the movie is set in the late 1930s. The story is about the main character, Roy Hobbs, and the series of obstacles that he had to overcome to finally fulfill his dream of being a professional baseball player. In this story, there is a great sense of…

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  • Male Gaze In Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 Film Vertigo

    In the classical Hollywood area and beyond there is a clear and obvious depiction of the male gaze in film and it has become particularly synonymous with the work of Alfred Hitchcock, most notably in his 1958 film Vertigo. In many of Hitchcock’s films the male gaze is not only evident but is what contributes largely to the storyline. It is used to highlight the importance of the men and objectify woman to only be seen as an object of male desire. This is successfully done in Vertigo through…

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  • A Few Good Men Analysis

    A Few Good Men The film A Few Good Men by Rob Reiner is the best example of the judicial drama, a very popular genre in American cinema. It is a dynamic, uninterrupted even for a second, detective intrigue with a great actor's play: one of the best performances of Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Kevin Bacon and Jack Nicholson. The movie, edited in 1992, contains some ethical and moral issues related to the judicial system and immoral army orders, which turn into a crime against humanity. On the one…

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  • Big Trouble In Little China Summary

    John Carpenter’s “Big Trouble in Little China,” is a great movie. Overseen by a successful director, performed by excellent actors, containing dynamic characters, and a full story line, it was and is a well-made film that unites Chinese legends to the modern world. “Big Trouble in Little China,” is an action, adventure, comedy that was directed by John Carpenter, who also directed films such as Halloween, Christine, the Fog and several more from 1962 to 2017. From 1962 to 1969, He directed…

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  • Reflection On The Natural By Bernard Malamud

    The Natural, authored by Bernard Malamud is an incredible novel that touches the surface on many human emotions such as insecurity, love, and most profoundly pride. Pride and overconfidence are two obstacles the main character Roy Hobbs faces through the entire story. Roy has a dream, though he may be older he feels now it is his time to become the greatest baseball player to have ever existed. Roy has had earlier setbacks and therefore is not allowing anything in his way this time around. He…

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  • Is Technology Interpreting With Reading Essay

    Is Technology Interfering with Reading? Literacy begins at different levels. Some learn to read and write from their parents at a very young age, and some learn from TV shows or from hearing other kids speak at school. We all have our own story when it comes to how we adapted literacy as children. However, there could very well be a completely different story for today’s modern kids than kids in the past. With all of the distractions from the new waves of technology, they simply do not read…

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  • Essay On Tay Sachs Disease

    Warren Tay (1843-1927) he was a british ophthalmologist who in 1881 described a patient with a cherry-red spot on the eye. The first name of the disease was the first man who discovered it then another man discovered it in New York, his name was Bernard Sachs, he was a neurologist whose work several years and later provided the first description of the cellular changes on Tay-Sachs disease. The disease was named after the two men who discovered this…

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  • Ideological Origins Of The American Revolution

    Research on communication during the Revolution must include Bernard Bailyn’s work, The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, (1967). Bailyn’s study looked to peel back the myths and legends about the origins of the Revolution, to get to the real heart of the matter by looking at what was on the minds of…

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  • Analysis Of Alfred Hitchcock, North By Northwest, And Psycho

    Alfred Hitchcock was a film director from England who moved the United States in 1939. He was famously known as the “Master of Suspense”. Hitchcock’s golden years of his cinema career were from the 1950’s to the 1960’s. During this time, he made various famous films, such as Vertigo, North by the Northwest, and Psycho. When we compare these films it’s hard to find something they might have in common. Each film has different lighting effects, colors, and types of shots. Hitchcock utilizes mise en…

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