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  • Determining The Impact Of The Use Of Contact Lens And Glasses On Eye

    The impact of the use of contact lenses and glasses on eye Background : The contact lenses and glasses of modern techniques that help to improve the range of visions. But these techniques are not without side effects and multiple damage. The problem of the study: that the use of lenses and glasses may lead to various health damage such as: Corneal scars , redness , itching and others. The aim of study is to describe the resulting from the use of contact lenses and glasses among students…

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  • Bluest Eye Thesis

    sadly never made it to watch that day come in 1964 when segregation in all states became illegal. Yes, segregation is illegal and has been for over fifty years, but that still didn’t change the way people looked, treated, or thought of us. The Bluest Eye was nothing but the truth about how African American women were treated back then, and the novel was able to present three important themes: appearance, race, and…

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  • The Bluest Eye Symbolism

    firsthand, brings to light the struggle African Americans face daily to overcome these systematic barriers in her works. Through symbolism and contrasting perspectives that follow eleven-year-old Pecola Breedlove’s desperate pursuit of blue eyes, Morrison’s The Bluest Eye analyzes the way in which race affects social status and calls for action against white superiority in society. By demonstrating the decline in Pecola’s mental state, Morrison…

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  • The Importance Of Physical Appearance In Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye

    appearance. They don 't feel that they are as beautiful as the women on TV and magazines. The media is mentally brainwashing American females that they are not thin enough, or have blonde hair and blue eyes. This causes women to have hatred against the perfect ideal females. In Toni Morrison 's novel The Bluest Eye two of her fundamental characters, Claudia and Pecola show hate toward others, and themselves since they are not as beautiful as the superior females. “It had begun with Christmas and…

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  • Beauty In The Bluest Eye

    for the reader to connect with her work. In The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison uses description to make comparisons about beauty. In Recitatif Morrison uses details to describe Twyla and Roberta’s life. She uses detail to portray to her readers the hardship and struggles each and everyone of her characters face throughout the story. This use of description draws the reader in and makes them feel like they are part of the experience. The Bluest Eye is a novel about a young girl coming of age…

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  • Gaze Eye Contact

    Eye Contact: The Power of The Gaze Whilst engaging in social communication, whether verbal or non-verbal, eyes play a crucial role in expressing and identifying certain focus points and attention cues among humans. Direct and prolonged eye contact is more common during communication in European American and Arab cultures, while Latin American, Japanese, and African cultures perceive direct eye contact as an insult (Weiten, 2012). This research paper will entail research wholly from American and…

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  • Visual Communication: How Our Eyes Take In Visual Perception

    our eyes, senses and brain interpretation. An eight-week course scratches the surface of the abundant knowledge there is to be had. This essay will answer some of the behaviors in which vision works and how it affects many areas of our daily lives. 1. Provide an explanation of how our eyes take in visual information and how mind interprets, processes and remembers that data. Many variables affect what the eye sees, the brain interprets and what is remembered. Part of the anatomy of the eye…

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  • The Importance Of Beauty In The Bluest Eye

    linking different generations is beauty. Everyone strives to be beautiful, older people strive to look younger and teenagers/young girls strive to look older, it is a vicious cycle. In The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, young Pecola Breedlove strives to become what she was told is beauty, white skin and blue eyes. In the 1940’s and today, young girls are expected to aspire to be beautiful so much they change their appearance even if it can lead to self destruction. Throughout history, there have…

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  • Why Do Men Make Less Eye Contact Than Women

    Eye Contact: Men and Women Do men make more or less eye contact then women? For my hypothesis I would say men make less eye contact then women from my observations in past experiences. Women make the most eye contact from also my past experiences. Men tend to drift off more. Women tend to keep steady contact to keep importance of the conversation. Men get distracted easier which makes it harder to focus into the eyes. Women pay close attention because their eyes show more emotion…

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  • The Standards Of Beauty In Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye

    Throughout The Bluest Eye, “Adults, older girls, shops, magazines, newspapers, window signs—all the world had agreed that a blue-eyed, yellow-haired, pink-skinned doll was what every girl child treasured” (page 20). The characters live in an the mid-1900s where only girls with blonde-hair, blue-eyes, and white skin are considered beautiful. Throughout The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrison explains that beauty is on the inside. In the novel, the influence of popular media is unveiled through the effect…

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