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    Budget Cuts

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    Budget Cuts: Cutting More Than Just Finances Seeing that the importance of a legitimate education is flourishing, it is safe to assume that a plethora of funding is set aside for these schools, right? Unfortunately not. Budget cuts to education have started to become steadily frequent. Since the “national recession of 2008 that forced every state to cut money for colleges and universities,” putting budget cuts at their all time low, “at least 31 states provided less funding per student” (Leachman 2). With these cuts, the first to go are usually the art and music programs. This execution of art and music unequally funds other programs, diminishes chances or students to be creative and have their own sense of individuality, tarnishes exposure…

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    Godard used a few difference camera angles and styles such as iris shot, close up, medium and wide shots, and camera movement. Godard also used many jump cuts and quick cuts to shift between scenes. For instance, in the beginning, he used jump and quick cuts of close up shots of Michel and a woman that let the audience have the illusion of Michel is having a very close relationship with with that woman. As Godard switch to a wide-angle shot, that’s where we know we have been fooled and they were…

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    Cryptomnesia Case Study

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    1. I started the activity on 9/9/16 at 3:06 pm and completed it on 9/11/16 at 5:45 pm. 2. I had to look up cryptomnesia, which is when one forgets to cite a source because of losing track of a source and then remembering the thought as an original idea (Cryptomnesia, 2011). 3. I know that the source is scholarly and credible because it was published by a well-known and respected journal and has the authors’ credentials. 4. The author is a respected authority on the topic and has published…

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    Mow A Lawn Essay

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    How do you mow a lawn? Anyone new can experience that mowing your lawn is more than just getting a lawn mower and cutting a patch a grass. They are multiple ways to mow a lawn and where you live is going to be a big factor on how you mow your lawn. Mowing your lawn is crucial and with these steps you will be able to tell when to mow your lawn, what tips you should know and what equipment you will need. Knowing how to tell and when to mow your lawn is key to this simple but yet essential task.…

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    considerable amount of money, which effects the pensioners using this fund. Because of poor investments made during the recession the Fund is projected to be insolvent by 2025 if there is not a change made to the pensioner’s payments. The Fund must decide whether or not to cut the pension payments each month. The first option we have is to continue with the regular pension payments each month, but that would leave the Fund insolvent within the next ten years. The alternative is to cut the…

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    It was, at one point, taking every shot filmed on location, and putting them all together in a way so that the film makes sense. Nowadays, the editor may also add special effects or background music, in addition to selecting and combining the scenes. There are several major techniques of editing, including thematic montages, sequences shots and various types of cutting, such as classic, abstract, and continuity. In Now You See Me, all editing techniques are expressed within the film, but not all…

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    In this essay I will be analysing the film Goal (2005) to understand the technical reasons why I enjoyed the film. To do this I will be picking my four key moments in the movie and critically analysing them with the use of film terminology. By the end of the essay I should know why I consider this to be my favourite sports film of all time. The first scene I want to analyse is at 19 minutes. There is a sequence where the main character (Munez) has to work to get money to travel to England.…

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    Budget Cuts

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    national deficit, economist and former member of the White House staff, Amitai Etzioni, discusses where cuts should and should not be made to the national budget in order to balance the fund shortage. He criticizes the U.S. government’s backing of banks and Wall Street as the money may be made up by cuts to social programs. Etzioni states that these cuts would in turn affect the lowest social class who tend to benefit from these programs. Etzioni’s journal reflects the liberal perspective of a…

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    They develop a relationship with their regular customers and earn their customers trust. When selling meat there was no standard of measure of how the price should be determined. They estimated the price of meat based on how the meat looked. The government decentralized the butcher trade by creating a division of labor. Butchers who killed the animals were banned from selling them. This created a specialized butcher who worked in retail only. Retail butchers had greater knowledge of meat and…

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    Cuts In Schools

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    Art education in public schools usually includes any combination of dance, music, drama/theatre, and visual arts classes. It’s usually funded by the federal, state, and local governments, but not all schools provide their students with art education. Following the recent recession, budgets cuts were consistent in schools across the U.S., with more than 95 percent of students attending schools with significantly reduced budgets. It’s estimated that since 2008, more than 80 percent of schools…

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