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    frustration, contempt, or spite. The ninth word is “shit”. It is another overly used profanity term in the English language. It can be an exclamation of disgust, surprise, frustration, or overall disappointment. The last word is “bitch”. It’s literal meaning is female dog. It has since evolved into a derogatory description for a person, must commonly used to describe a woman. However, when used towards a man, the word bitch can be interpreted as subordinate, weak, indecisive, and frail. Despite many of these banished word nominations being used for many years, the trend we have identified is that the majority of words nominated to the banished list are newer, overused, words that have fallen out of popularity. Most of these words do not remain popular after several years as new words take their place. Newer, popular words often lose their effectiveness over time. However, a few select words on this list have remained effective for many years. According to these surveys, the word lit has score of 5.63, bet has 4.93, fuck has 6.24, shit has 6.46, fam has 5.54, LOL has 4.88, shook has 5.77, chill has 5.52, fleek has 5.59, and bitch has 4.79. Most people agree that the word “shit” needed to be banished the most, while the word “bitch” was the least voted to be banished.…

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    Bitch Iz A Bitch Analysis

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    additionally has a wide field of impact. By conveying a specific kind of message, media can control individuals' disposition and conclusions on gender and how people should act accordingly. Music can be an underlying factor when contributing to gender construction. In AWS’ “A Bitch iz a Bitch” it can be seen that there is an enormous amount of lyrics demeaning women as well as sexualising and objectifying them, this song is an example of male supremacy and just blatant misogyny. The lyric…

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    Hate speech in “Animal farm” and “Priscilla the Cambodian” Hate speech is used as one of the apparatuses employed both in “Animal farm” by George Orwell and “Pricilla the Cambodian” by Rattawut Lapcharoensap. Although it occurs in different circumstances and contexts, the two stories share some ideas in common which significantly reflect the act of their characters as well as the societies, which will be explained further. Hate speech is one of the communication methods being used to attack a…

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    From the get-go, especially with the famous emphatic statement “Once a bitch always bitch” (180), the reader clearly gets the message that they are encountering a different kind of beast when it comes to Jason. Unlike Benjy and Quentin, Jason almost is entirely focused on the present. He gives little concern to past events, including Caddy’s divorce, which he only considered because he had lost his promised bank position. Moreover, his involvement in the cotton market and focus on finances…

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    Bitch Planet

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    non-compliant convicts. In Bitch Planet the theory of a panopticon, transparency; holographic and artificially intelligent technology create an unruly prison that is constantly under surveillance. Focusing on the corruption in future technology and how it affects individuals that are susceptible towards it. The mistreatment of others can be through the use of propaganda and manipulation to impose ideas onto non-compliant individuals. Similar to the unjust expectations towards women. Though the…

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    Bitch Poem Analysis

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    Most of today’s society has had an experience like the character in Carolyn Kizer’s poem “Bitch”, by meeting an ex-significant lover/partner when visiting a local place. The awkward first moment while making eye contact with one another just like a past experience, often creates a challenge about the appropriate way to act. Especially, if the past experiences was not pleasant and/or was full of male dominance. Carolyn Kizer shows this in her poem through the theme, which is, you should never…

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    The Bitch Research Paper

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    “Which one of you’s the bitch?” (Stephen Baxter, Proxima) “Bitch” is a word that has existed in derogatory language since the fourteenth century. During its earliest use it was a shameful word for women. For some, being referred to as a “bitch” is a demeaning term, for others its empowering. Where did this word come from and how is it that people can decide what it means to them? Originating from the word “Bicce” in Old English, its meaning had been “female dog.” Until the 1300’s when bitch…

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    Bitch Offensive Meaning

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    they carry a different meaning behind them. Such words either sound similar to offensive words or they were “evolved” into offensive words. One word that I would discuss about is “Bitch,” its past, present, and how it affects people. The word “Bitch” is offensive to many people, especially women. One may hear such a word being told between girls, but that is because they are friends and that’s how they talk to each other to have fun. However, if someone aside from a girlfriend was to call a…

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    Being A Bitch Analysis

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    and passionate. However, to society I am seen as a bitch who needs to keep my thoughts to myself. For a majority of my life, I took offense to this term. People were putting me on the same level as dogs because I was seen as “unruly” and “aggressive.” It is crucial that society understands that women are powerful and there is no longer a place for women to be demeaned to the level of an animal. The first time I was ever referred to as a “bitch” was when I was in seventh grade. I was about twelve…

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    Bitch Gender Issues

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    Bitch Media started off as Bitch magazine, a feminist zine first published in January 1996 by Lisa Jervis, Benjamin Shaykin, and Andi Zeisler. Since 1996, the non-profit multimedia organization has expanded to include an online presence that analyzes politics, mainstream media, and pop culture through a feminist lens, offering a podcast and articles posted daily. The physical magazine also continues to be printed quarterly. In an article posted September 27, 2016, writer Sarah Mirk points out…

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