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    The six elements of Hakim’s Erotic Capital are as follows: Beauty, Sexual Attractiveness, Social Skills, Liveliness, Social Presentation, and Sexuality. Beauty, although there are cultural and temporal variations in ideas about what constitutes it, is subjective. Beauty is about the facial attractiveness while sexual attractiveness, the second element, refers to a sexy body to some extent.According to the European Sociological Review, sexual attractiveness is about the way someone moves, talks, and behaves. It can also be about personality and style, femininity or masculinity, a way of being in the world, a characteristic of social interaction (Hakim, 2010). The third element, social skills, is “the ability to make people like you, feel at…

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    In Brave New World, Huxley defines the people in their society by how they look, whether they are attractive or unattractive. Even in our society today, we see a lot of people being discriminated on their beauty, which makes a lot of men and women feel as if they are not good enough. In The Culture of Beauty, Gerdes states how there was an international study done by the Dove Campaign that “...thirty-two hundred women worldwide found that only 2% of women from ten countries considered themselves…

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    The word beauty has changed tremendously since it was first used in the 14th century. The saying beauty is in the eye of the beholder always rings true to me when I think of what beauty really means. Beauty comes from within not from one’s outward appearance. Being beautiful is having the qualities and attributes of being inwardly attractive such as kind, loving, humble, brave, and honest. The term beauty comes from the Anglo-French word beute meaning physical attractiveness, goodness, and…

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    Inner Beauty vs. Physical Beauty “It’s not about what’s on the outside, it’s about what’s on the inside.” This quote is widely known around the world. Inner beauty and physical beauty are two ways to categorize beauty. In addition, each of these categories can be further broken down into subcategories. These different aspects of beauty can be obtained or improved in many ways and are important to different people in varying degrees. There are many different aspects of physical and inner beauty…

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    Beauty can be described in many ways. Each person will have their perception about beauty and not everyone will have same judgement about beauty. For example, some people might have their favourite artists because they think that the artists are beautiful and cute but not everyone will agree about that. There is no standard measurement about beauty. It cannot be described by a method or principle such as formula in Mathematics (Armstrong, J., 2004). However, youthfulness, good grooming,…

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    After being the target of public humiliation and keeping silent for almost twenty years, Monica Lewinsky walked onto the Ted stage and shared with the audience her personal experience as a victim of cyber bullying and humiliation, as well as her calling for a more compassionate and empathetic world. Her persuasive speech titled “The Price of Shame” is well written, organized and delivered, and is worth learning from. …

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    needs of a particular school system (Coombs, 1970). Concerning weaknesses in the manpower requirements approach, if there are certain unquestioned needs in a country 's economy, then the possibility of forecasting a school system 's corporeal and capital, well-informed, human resources and unskilled labor can feasibly be accurately determined. When needs are regarded as absolute, it means that the three aspects have to be considered in be used in predetermined sizes in order to achieve a…

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    accumulated capital, or control of that capital. This of course feeds into the idea of authority, and the questioning of who is, and perhaps who should be in power. The mass depersonalization of these means-end individuals allows those in the position of power: the bourgeoisie, to effectively manipulate and utilize these forces for personal gain. This manufactured disparity between the two classes of the bourgeoisie and the proletariat, further the gospel of Capitalism. While the…

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    understand the capital formation and functional representation theory. This will be vital in providing a comprehensive and an in depth understanding of the objectives that the current study strives to satisfy. This is an economic paradigm, which primarily involves or accounts for the net additions of capital stocks including buildings and equipment. Capital stock in a nation is usually used in line with labor to produce goods and provide essential services. According to Armey and Kibbe (2011),…

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    They run solely on unwritten laws within the economy: supply and demand. Capitalistic economies are run by a market system. Governments can still affect these economies, but then they are no longer perfectly capitalistic. With these new economies, new fictitious commodities, as Polanyi describes them, were brought into play. These commodities are land, labor, and capital. None of these items were produced specifically to be sold, and therefore not real commodities. These factors of production…

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