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  • Film Scores: Film Music Analysis

    This paper investigates the utilisation of film scores, in particular in the horror/fantasy category, as an Instrument to evoke a persons, emotions, repercussion states (E.g conjuration) and other phenomena, when these are not introduced on screen or need emphasis by the score. On this subject I will fundamentally concentrate on the putative achievement of new musical dialect and common assumptions made on the affectional impacts of film music, frameworks a few observational studies that could be performed with specific end goal to test these suppositions. Film scores has been a part of movies almost since the time of motion pictures. Originally film music had a particular use: to keep the audience from being distracted and talking (Buchanan,1974).…

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  • Pride And Prejudice Music Analysis

    TITLE Music comes in where words cannot evoke the emotion. Pride and Prejudice, is a movie directed by Joe Wright, and was released in 2005. It is based on the novel “Pride and Prejudice,” which was written by Jane Austen in the 1800s. The film takes place in England, at a time where young women needed to marry someone of good standing in order to start families. Elizabeth Bennett is second to oldest of five sisters. She lives with her parents and sisters, and all need to find someone to…

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  • How To Train Your Dragon Analysis

    small Viking, who overcomes the prejudices against dragons he was raised with after he wounds a Night Fury. Hiccup initially seems dead set on killing his first dragon in order to garner the attention and love he wants from his friends and most importantly his village’s chief and father, Stoick (Gerard Butler.) However, upon wounding a dragon and being confronted with the choice to kill or not, Hiccup realizes that dragons are just as “human” as he is. Soon after this realization, Hiccup is put…

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  • Soccer Reflection Paper

    blown which meant that we would go into extra-time then penalties if the score remained equalized. I don 't how but we managed to continue playing despite being exhausted and worn off. It was as if our passion was motivating us and kept us fighting through the game. The play that I had been working for all game finally worked and I was left with a 1 on 1 against the goalie. Many things went through my mind at that time, it was like the whole season wrapped up into a few seconds before me. I hit…

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  • Personal Ethic And Behavior

    one goal before starting another. It was interesting to see that conscientiousness predicts job performance for all occupational groups. This trait of my personality not only is the key to high job performance but also says that I exert greater levels of effort on my job and develop higher levels of job knowledge. The Jungian 16-Type Personality assessment stated that my scores combined into the four letter personality classification of ENFJ. This personality states that I am charismatic,…

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  • Motivation Potential Paper

    Motivation in a job is very important, if you are not motivated about your job, then it will show in your overall performance. Many jobs are repetitive and that can lead to a lack of motivation to perform the job to the best of your potential. There are ways to change the overall motivating potential of a job, it just takes the organization implementing some changes that will improve the motivating potential. Motivating potential of a job is measured by five different things, these include…

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  • Reflective Essay Questions And Answers

    that these were fair interviews resulted in us coming up with a mathematical way to grade the applicants responses. Because of the biases we were aware of, we decided that a mathematical approach would best choose our applicant, as opposed to debating and/or deciding subjectively; thusly, objectivity was paramount to our interview question development, delivery, and in grading each and every applicant’s response. We had 6 questions total for each applicant. We decided that each response should…

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  • William R. Cupach's Theory Of Interpersonal Communication

    communication is dyadic, contains two or more people, and influences either the sender and/or receiver’s emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships (Cohen 2016). Despite the fact that everyone communicates interpersonally, many people do not do it very well. Brian H. Spitzberg and William R. Cupach are two theorists who have an assessment that tests your interpersonal communication competence. The overall scoring range is from eighteen to ninety, the higher your score the more competent…

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  • Woodcock Johnson III Diagnostic Reading Battery

    diverse communities in the United States. Individuals were randomly selected within the stratified sampling design that controlled for ten specific community and individual variables and thirteen socioeconomic status variables. The WJ III uses continuous-year norms to yield normative data at ten points in each grade. It provides age-based norms by month from ages 24 months to 19 years and by year from ages 2 to 90 years. It provides grade-based norms for kindergarten through 12th grade,…

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  • The Importance Of Communication In Close Relationships

    we communicate, we don’t talk over each other, we listen without judging, and although we may tease each other, it’s never at each other’s expense. When scoring the assessment, I had an average score of 29 in confirmation or feeling valued, and a lower than average score of 16 for disconfirmation of feeling dismissed. Connie and I, on the other hand, are friends who clash conversationally more often than not. Connie interjects about her own experiences when I’m talking. She doesn’t let me…

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