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    Future America

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    Think about a future America where what you believe in is reflected throughout society, from the isolated farming town in Kansas, to the bustling urban expanse of New York City. Think about a future America where the news is dominated by the positive aspects of American society, such as its ideals and innovations, rather than pessimistic outlooks and ideological arguments that plague the nation today. Think about a future America where the nation takes its rightful place as the paramount example of society, inspiring nations at every corner of the world with its enlightenment. This is the future of America that I hope will be achieved within my lifetime and will continue on for the coming generations. The most prominent characteristic of…

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    Gore The Future

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    “The Future” is served as a guide for all those trying to foresee and forecast the social future as well as those trying to figure out how our emerging global society works. Al Gore begins his book with a look at the global economy, and more specifically how the global economy is impacting the world of work. The book does not only show how the world has evolved since the last few decades, but it also talks about the expected challenges that we have to meet when it comes to the extreme changing…

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    Back To The Future

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    The Last decade before the beginning of the new millennia was destined to be anticlimactic. What else could it be with everyone looking to the future the promise of not only a new decade and century but of a millennium. To children raised on Back to the Future 1,2, & 3, Huxley and Orwell, the future had infinite possibilities, even though 1982 hadn’t proven to be an honest representation of the future, it doesn’t stop us from building thoughts and assumptions based on stories. A lot of negative…

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    Authors and filmmakers have many different ways to present their story to their audience members. By utilizing these methods, they bring the reader into their own world. Dystopian futures are futures where people are being oppressed and face horrid living conditions in society. An example of a dystopian genre novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley where technology and methods adopted from Henry Ford’s teachings has brought up a society where the lives of people are controlled. While a film…

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    Children Are the Future In society today, we have children on tvs, ipads, laptops, ipods, and you name it. They are like a magnet for technology. There is so much to offer on ipads or laptops such as, war games, car racing games, shooting games, etc. There is always a negative and positive to everything, so can technology affect children? The children are the future and they must be the ones to be raised to become a young, responsible citizen. Children are like sponges. Everything they hear…

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    Future Emerging Trends

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    Critical Analysis of the Future Direction and Emerging Trends Introduction of the Issue This study summarizes and evaluates the chapter regarding future changes and the course of criminal activities. Furthermore, particular emphasis has been placed on the manner in which the nature and form of criminal activities will change, mainly through the influence of technology and globalization. The study also assesses the significance of the chapter, critically evaluates the content, and makes a…

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    Vision Merveille Kavota What are your position regarding technology and the future of society? Technology is and will continue to impact, change, and transform society in many different ways both good and bad and I think it will continue to do so in the future. I think in the future technology will help us to solve many problems in society but it also might create new problems. It all depends on the creator of the technology and the user that uses it. I am both optimistic and pessimistic…

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    “Past Experiences and Future Attitudes in Literacy”, is an article written by Erika Jackson. In the article Jackson stated several claims of why having a positive past literacy experience is essential to an individuals’ future literary journey. Jackson made this claim by interviewing people of various ages. She wanted to know what had people taken away from their past learning experience. Did they lean toward a more negative or positive view of learning? Jackson made a successful claim, with…

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    Once And Future World

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    Memories guide our past and our present, allowing us to reflect on earlier times as well as build up preconceived notions of future events. However, memories are fickle. They can easily become lost and distorted, and the loss of these memories can have adverse effects on generations to come. In The Once and Future World, MacKinnon delves into the implications that “simply forgetting” can have on the world we live in. The evidence that we are destroying the natural world at an unnerving rate is…

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    Personal Essay Transcript Host: People are always thinking about the future. What they’re going to become, what they’re going to have. But have you ever wondered if you’re attracted to the future? Let’s hear as Nancy Situ explains her complicated relationship with the future in her essay “The Future is All I Think Of”. Nancy: I’m in love with him. Who do you ask? The future. Perhaps it’s hard to imagine a state of time as someone to love so let’s put him in simpler terms. Imagine someone that…

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