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    In modern society, no matter in real life or in the online world, advertisements are ubiquitous and incessantly remind people of their social status as consumers. Among the advertisements, some of them try to convince people of donation to charity, some of them aim to win votes for political groups while most of them attempt to promote the sale of products. With the advertising influences, people are caught up in the vicious circle of constantly consuming goods, even goods they do not really need or they may already have. In most instances, people abandon their old ones when they get the new ones, which is a kind of waste and burden for society. Planned obsolescence and perceived obsolescence mainly lead to the behavior in that producers of goods intentionally lure people to consume new goods while people also subjectively perceive they need replacements. In the United States, electronic products are typically affected by planned obsolescence and perceived obsolescence, and this not only happens in the United States but China as well. Planned obsolescence means merchandisers intentionally…

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    They are the eight principles that all deep ecologists follow. The fifth principle states, present human interference with the nonhuman world is excessive, and the situation is rapidly worsening (The Anarchist Library). For example, 137 species of animals are becoming extinct each day, which adds up to 50,005 species disappearing every year, because of deforestation (Oocities). If we don’t start doing something about this issue the world’s animal population will become extinct, and that’s only…

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    This was the time of space exploration interest. According to one science correspondent, “IT IS a sobering fact that more people have walked on the moon's surface than have visited Earth's lowest spot. During six Apollo missions between 1969 and 1972, 12 humans did the moonwalk. Just two have plumbed Earth's ultimate depth” (Kaplan). With more recent exploration and data, the Mariana Trench has brought awareness for the need of exploration of our oceans which cover seventy percent of our Earth’s…

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    Deep ecology is a “new metaphysics that places humans in nature not above it”, “a total intermingling of person with planet” (RE, 92) and it “promotes a sense of human place within the household of nature” (RE, 93). It is resonating with the ecocentric part of partnership ethics that humans are part of the nature and are not superior to other species in any way. We cannot selfishly develop simply for profit or social goods, and cut trees down and release pollutants to the biosphere recklessly.…

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    For example, Woodward and Bernstein were in the Library of Congress sorting out card files and the camera slowly starts to zoom out to express the difficulty the two reporters were facing almost like looking for “a needle in a haystack”. Similarly, in another scene, Woodward meets Deep Throat are in an underground parking garage with minimal lighting creating the secrecy of the source feeding Woodward the leads to the story. Furthermore, the visual call is used to create a double emphasis…

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    attempted to cover-up their involvement. Woodward and Bernstein spent majority of their time organizing all of their information before publishing the final paper. They investigated different sources to gather information about the scandal. Both Woodward and Bernstein had allegations that the break-in was peculiar, but with no proof they did not have a story. Woodward and Bernstein looked into the legal knowledge of what limits they could stretch. Both writes were aware that the break-in…

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    Hell On Earth Analysis

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    Brownsville, Brooklyn is not fair. Murder capital of NYC. 40% of our tenants live under the poverty line, 30+ years serving as Brooklyn’s lead example of an active urban war zone, an inevitably steady barrage of violence that punctuates all idle hours, and a constant over abundance of police officers, cars and helicopters that are flat out disturbing..in 2016. There’s no coincidence many Nas, Jay Z, and even Mobb Deep classics are still audibly relevant in content as you casually dodge 10…

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    Deep Web Analysis

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    a public sphere on the Deep Web. The example of the Ashley Madison leaks being attributed to the formation of public opinion on a social issue supports the identification of Deep Web as a public sphere, using important themes like anonymity and independence. However, as previously mentioned, the public sphere is an important political tool in democratic society because it gives citizens the power to influence political action. In consideration of Internet studies, the subject of subcultures…

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    Markeus tried luring in the siren and threw the shell. While she momentarily became unconscious, Markeus used this opportunity and slayed the siren with the diamond encrusted silver sword. Meanwhile Arseren fell deeper and deeper into the ocean, Markeus swam up the throne, and saw the box of light. Joy and happiness was all he felt, it was a feeling he hasn’t felt before. After grabbing the box, Markeus swam out of the caves, and up towards the surface of the water. He then, stepped onto the…

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    A quote from the book, “Bernstein looked like one of those counterculture journalists that Woodward despised. Bernstein thought that Woodward 's rapid rise at the Post had less to do with his ability than his Establishment credentials. They had never worked on a story together.” Both were the same age, and working for the same publisher, but they had little to no respect for each other. Woodward was born into money, he graduated from a good college and had reams of connections whereas Bernstein…

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