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    Have you ever tried to fit in? Both “Good Enough” and “Game Over” are about teenagers trying to fit in at school. “Good Enough” and “Game Over” have a multitude of similarities and differences, such as their themes and the types of characters used. One similarity between “Good Enough” and “Game Over” is their themes. In “Game Over”, Ryan joins a tennis class, when everyone starts speaking Russian he does not tell anyone he can not understand them, afraid he will not fit in. On page 25 it says,””Don’t panic,” I thought to myself. ”Just do what they’re doing” (Gale 25). This Quote is significant because, it shows that Ryan, instead of telling everyone he does not speak Russian, tries to fit in by faking that he understands. Therefor, over the…

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    From what I have read and what I have seen in my life time is amazing, but the one thing that stands out is that the restaurant industry has grown stale. It has the same thing and does the same thing not one person has step outside of the box. I’m here to do just that. I’m here to blow the lid off the restaurant industry and keep it moving and a direction that it has been afraid to go. Like Robert Frost once said I’m going to take the road less traveled. The questions I ask are you willing to…

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    incongruent trials, which is consistent with the results of previous studies (Gratton et al., 1992; Botvinick et al., 1999). The interaction indicated that conflict adaptation had occurred, in that the difference in response times in current congruent or incongruent trials was indeed smaller when the current trial followed an incongruent trial. This finding was consistent with the results of the Botivinick et al.’s (1999) study where a similar interaction was found, but contradicted the results…

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    Merton's Anomie Theory

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    The findings from these studies all were somewhat consistent with Merton’s anomie theory, or parts of his theory. Although Baumer and Gustafson’s findings were not consistent with their exact predictions that were elaborated, their findings were on par with other explications of Merton’s theory and “do affirm some of Merton’s comments about the conditional ink between crime and adverse economic conditions” (2007, p.647). Despite not being the researchers initial predictions, the study still…

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    Symbolism In Finding Nemo

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    Nemo is the hero in the movie “Finding Nemo” because he starts of in an ordinary world. He accomplishes his goal to get out of the fish tank in returns and his life forever changed. In the beginning Nemo starts of in an anemone with his dad Marlin in an ordinarary world. He goes to school. Plays with his friends, and rids on a stingray, but his dad is too overprotective. Nemo feels that his dad is being very overprotective, so he goes to the call to adventure and touches an anchor of a boat.…

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    Family bonds and bonds of friendship stand unbroken over time and distance. For instance, a college student, a missing or the loss of a family member’s bond can never really be broken whether it be the time or distance that comes in between. There are many works that address the theme of unbroken love. Two works that are representative of this idea are Finding Nemo and Out of The Rolling Ocean The Crowd, which are both centered around the ocean. The Pixar Movie Finding Nemo and Whitman’s poem…

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    In the movie Finding Forrester, William Forrester helped Jamal find his own words by starting off with his own words. Jamal knowing so little about William Forrester trusted him and used his unique ways of teaching to give himself a new perspective on writing to enhance himself and his writing. “Jamal encounters not only his first fan, but a mentor who will challenge and change him forever” (Movielocity, 2001, p. 1). Forrester a man Jamal knows so little about transforms Jamal with his writing…

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    The movie Finding Nemo starts out with Marlin and his wife, who are both clownfish, talking about their future in the Great Barrier Reef which they have made their new home and their eggs. Soon a barracuda attacks their home and Marlin is left unconscious. When he is finally awaken, he realizes that his wife and their eggs are gone except one. When the little clownfish is born he names him Nemo. Nemo is born with his right fin smaller than his left because there was damage to his egg when the…

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    Nowadays media can portray any message to our daily life or any challenges we’re facing. Some can portray the message as motivation, and others can open our eyes to reality or even life. Regardless, media will always portray the message that has a connection to your life. In this class we got the opportunity to analyze” Finding Forrester, School Ties, and 3 Miles” and in all these of these movies, they all share a message about meritocracy. Meritocracy refers to a “social system in which…

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    Transformation is the first step in accepting one’s true potential. In Finding Forrester, Jamal, a talented high schooler, meets William Forrester, a hermit author. At first they seem to be two sides of the same coin, but as conflict occurs they rise above their fears and grow for the better. In chaotic confrontations, people’s faults become apparent, and they transform into who they really are. During confrontation, people realize their transformation into who they really are. Professor…

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