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    The television industry is one of the largest industries in the world no matter where one goes. Reality shows are one of the most popular forms of programming available for viewers on most television platforms. These shows have helped create stars, employment, and given us plenty of entertainment. Nevertheless, they also have a negative impact on society. There are shows which have propagated stereotypes pertaining to sex, race, ethnicity and even religion. The most recognizable form of stereotype from a large majority of these reality shows are gender stereotypes which portray women as weak or subordinate. Generally, women are regarded as being inferior to men seeing that in the traditional setting, women were left to take care of the home, serve the husband and raise children. Women were not identified with superiority; they were solely dependent on men for almost everything. These stereotypes although outdated continue to be propagated in the majority of reality shows. The reality shows produced today all tend to portray women in a negative light, as being dependent on men for their livelihood, vain and shallow. The focus of this paper is on the reality show, The Real Housewives. The popular series known as The Real Housewives, might just be one of the most controversial programs on TV. By just looking at the name, one can clearly get an idea of just how much the role of a woman is degraded to one of a simple, subservient homemaker. The show is based on the lives of…

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    because of the radiation or blast from the bomb. Base on the article the bravo crater which is where the corals are in now was caused by the blast. “It left a crater 2,200 yards across and 80 yards deep, shaking islands more than 120 miles away.” It also stated that the blast was 1,000 times more powerful than the blow that devastated the city of Hiroshima from Japan that killed 65,000 to 200,000 people. That causes the species to get to the level of extinction. The foods or sea life on the…

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    radioactivity on surrounding people and on military personnel led to the beginning of underground testing and by 1962 all tests in the atmosphere stopped. 1963 brought the signing of the Limited Test Ban by President Kennedy to limit nuclear tests in the atmosphere. Even though testing was limited in the atmosphere tests still continued underground and underwater until 1992. The Marshall islands were a big part of the United States nuclear testing programs. The islands of Bikini Atoll, Rongelap…

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    Bravo and David use personification to portray Sherwin's emotions towards his crush, Jonathan. In the beginning, Sherwin sees Jonathan and his heart begins to pump faster and harder as if it wants to get out of his chest. As Sherwin struggles to calm down his heart, it jumps out of his chest and happily points at Jonathan to follow him. The heart beating fast portrays people’s uncontrollable emotions and desires toward their infatuation. Sherwin’s uncontrollable emotions are relatable to…

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    Bravo Consulting Inc has made a detailed financial analysis in order to evaluate Cango’s performance and current financial position compared to Amazon, one of Cango’s biggest competitors. Bravo consulting decided to use the Ratio Analysis in order to analyze the process of the financial statements by computing ratios, and in this way inform the possible changes in the financial condition of Cango.. This Ratio Analysis will allow Bravo Consulting Inc to evaluate the key performance…

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    One concept that stood out to me in the Technology theme is in the article called Shell Shorts by Amber Bravo it talks about learning the evolution of material and design of chairs. According to Amber Brown, Eames and Saarine made a plywood chair and started experimenting with molding the chair differently with curves and dimensions with the plywood ( Bravo par.2). They would construct and reconstruct the chairs mold with different dimensions, for example, 2D and 3D to see what style is more…

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    In the introduction of the novel, Ruddick states that he found the case while studying papers about the Victorian times at the University of York. The case emerged at a time of social change where history started to resemble our modern era. The case had already hit its hundredth anniversary, and many novels, television specials, and movies had all been created about the case but there was still no solution. Ruddick adopted the case , and it would lead him all across England and into Jamaica and…

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    In his essay “Rio Bravo & Retrospect”, Robin Wood makes the argument that, in comparison to overtly traditionalist westerns such as Fred Zinnemann’s High Noon (1952), Howard Hawks’s Rio Bravo rejects clichés and is thus commendable for its lack of predictability. As part of his illustrating of this, Wood describes how Rio Bravo’s characters are at once conventional for the western genre, yet at the same time “quintessentially Hawksian” through being able to depart from such stereotypes.…

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    The person I decided to interview was my mom. Her name is Claudia Elizabeth Bravo Corona. She was born on October 11, 1983 and raised in a small town called Palma Grande in the state of Nayarit in Mexico. My mom never met her biological father and when my grandma married my mom’s stepdad, my mom decided to move in with her aunt. My mom’s aunt has a daughter that is a couple days younger than my mom so when they were younger (and even now) they got along really well. In the house that my mom grew…

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    specific article at hand “If Republicans Cared about Families, They’d Stop Blocking Paid Leave” id analyze Ellen Bravo. Ellen Bravo is the director of Family Values @ Work and a life-long activist. Family Values @ Work promotes a network of state coalitions working for family friendly policies. According to the Family Values at Work website, the coalition works with 21 states to provide family friendly work environments. The Family Values at Work coalition attempts to close the gap of…

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