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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of A Pharmaceutical

    Lien sheds light on the upper hand of pharmaceutical companies over consumers as nearly every medication on the market today comes with a winding list of side effects, yet consumers lack the ability to speak out against the FDA’s loose guidelines. Pharmaceutical companies, however, may argue that creating drugs with stricter guidelines would incur higher expenses and is likely to lead to financial loss. It would be more challenging to create those medications without side effects, which could…

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  • The Lost Thing Analysis

    world. Miranda’s lack of knowledge that other men exist is highlighted when she discovers Ferdinand and believes he’s a spirit, due to her questioning in “What is ’t? A spirit? It carries a brave form. But ’tis a spirit”. This unexpected discovery has evoked Miranda’s curiosity to aspire for more knowledge to broaden her mind to a new world filled with social interactions between others. In Tan’s “The Lost Thing”, he foreshadows the significance of the protagonist’s…

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  • Similarities Between Dulce Et Decorum Est And Futility

    experience of human calamity, waste and idiocy. It is pointless and disgraceful and its influence on individuals is captured powerfully by Wilfred Owen. His personal participation and eventful death in WWI adds a stark truth to the tragedy and waste of potential of youth. Owen knew all too well that war defaces men physically and emotionally and that unnecessary death and emotional instability waste the futures of individuals. He intensely criticises the foolishness of propaganda and human pride…

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  • Damaging Minds In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    of honor and devotion” (187). Motivated by these esteemed virtues, Carl is the essence of goodness. This angelic existence, fueled by benevolence toward humanity and a desire to eventually join the ranks of human society, demonstrates the massive potential for good that Carl represents while untouched by human malice and…

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  • Vaslav Nijinsky Rite Of Spring Analysis

    On May 29, 1913, spectators filled every sit in the theatre des Champs-Elysees in Paris. They sat in anticipation of celebrated dancer and choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky’s Le Sacre du Printemps, in English, The Rite of Spring, a ballet set on the dancers of the critically-acclaimed Russian company, Ballets Russes. Ever since its inception in French courts in the 15th century, ballet has remained a pastime reserved for those with class. When one envisions a ballet, they imagine an evening of…

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  • Carens Argument For Open Borders

    Carens states that being a citizen in a Western democracy is the equivalent to being born into the nobility in a feudal class system because in both, it is through inherited traits one receives the increased likelihood of success. Carens believes that once analyzed it is difficult to justify the lack of open borders between states. The argument for open borders that is presented by Carens hinges on two main components: the freedom of movement and the equality of opportunity. In this essay I…

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  • Summary Of Anne Gibson's Essay: The Glass Ceiling Effect

    deserve to be paid and respected based on their works, not on the fact that they are a woman. She captures this perfectly when she says, “Society wants to tell women that they can’t do it, that they will never be enough, that they can never reach the potential that a man can reach, but I believe that women can do just as much as a man and more. We need to show the upcoming generation just how powerful they can be and that their gender does not define what they can and cannot do.” In other words,…

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  • Self Congruence In Consumer Behaviour

    Introduction The intentions and attachments associated with a brand are key elements of brand trust which eventually translates into brand equity. Brand intention is a brand’s concern for furthering the interests of its consumers and ensuring their welfare. For example, brand intentions will become more apparent when a problem arises with the product. What steps will be taken to alleviate consumer’s concerns? What steps will be taken to remedy or compensate the loss of consumers? Brand…

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  • The Nursing Workforce

    combat foreign ailments and treat the aging population. The shift in methods from acute care to chronic care delivery, mentalities in gender roles within the health care system, and importance of having an ethnically diverse nursing workforce has evoked great attention from health care organizations, the government, businesses, professional associations, and the insurance industry. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” is divided into…

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  • An Analysis Of Toyota's My Bold Dad: Commercials

    The Super bowl is one of the most anticipated events of the year. The game is not the only aspect that draws viewers in; the commercials are almost as entertaining as the game. Companies spend around four million dollars for a thirty second time slot and in addition to that spend several million for the production of the ad. What could persuade a company to spend this amount of money on a single advertisement? Toyota aired a tear-jerking advertisement titled “My Bold Dad” during halftime at the…

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