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    Pokemon Research Paper

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    A bit of Pokemon history to begin, Pokemon has been around for twenty years. Pokemon was created by Satoshi Tajiri and developed and released by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures or better known as a trio joint company Pokemon Company or Pokemon Company International. Which was not official until 1998. The first sets of games were released in Japan on February 27, 1996, under the name Pocket Monsters Red and Green for the Nintendo Game Boy. While it has been here in the United States under the name Pokemon a shorter version of the original name with Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue Versions., Which came out September 30th, 1998. Preceded by the anime or Japanese cartoon, which came out on September 7th, 1998 to get kids in the United States…

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    Ender Character Analysis

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    Here is an 6 years old little boy who is so intelligent everyone wanted to call him a weirdo or nerd, but he doesn't care what people say he is a little boy who hates who he is and thinks that he should have never been born and hates that he is a third child, he doesn't get any attention he is not the favorite, but here is this brilliant little kid who get chosen to go to battle school and become a solder this took him 4 years to show them that he is good enough to be a commander for the army at…

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    Girls have came up from low levels to have what they want and they have fought for what they want as well; so it would only be right to give girls the opportunity to play on boy sports if they want. Playing on boy sports might benefit the boys more than the girls and may even better a team that girls may play on whether its football, rugby, hockey and so forth. Girls playing on boy sports team affects not only the girl but the boys, the team, and the parent of the girl trying to fight for the…

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    In “The Challenge”, Gary Soto introduces Jose as a young boy who experiences a change in his personality as he undergoes liminality. Prior to liminality, Jose is a teenager boy who is ingenuous and has a lack of experience of loving a girl. Jose is naïve because he thinks that receiving perfect test scores will make Estela notice him. Jose is exited to show Estela his new grades in history class: “Although Jose received another A-plus for his history quiz, Estela did not congratulate him.…

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    Boyhood Organized Sports

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    “Boyhood, Organized Sports, and the Construction of Masculinities” written by Michael A. Messner discusses the sense of identity placed upon boys at a young age that coincides with sports. Messner interviewed former professional athletes to understand the masculinities of sports on a more micro level. His article argues that organized sports are gendered institutions that are only there to make boys more masculine. This article argues that point very well though displaying the experiences of the…

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    Every year men's sports teams make record high viewing numbers on both tv and live games, yet women’s team struggle to get half those viewers. Last year, Syracuse University had about a 21,000 people average attending their men’s basketball games while women had an average of only 752 people. This huge gap in fans is due to the fact that people like to watch men’s sports because women are not seen as strong, tough and athletic people which makes sports so exciting in the first place.…

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    social structure. I took a trip to a Wal-Mart Supercenter with one mission; to break down their gender based marketing strategies and attempt to explain why they use these strategies and why society is accepting of them. If you have ever walked down the toy isle of any retail store, you have probably noticed a major difference in boy and girl toys, so that is where I started my journey. The current gender stereotype that women adore shopping is spelled out perfectly by the famous Barbie Doll.…

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    Jose’s Great Dilemma Literary thesis statement: In “The Challenge”, Gary Soto introduces Jose as a young boy who experiences a change in his rite of passage in his personality as he undergoes liminality. I. Prior to liminality, Jose is a teenager boy who is ingenuous and has a lack of experience to loving a girl. A. Jose is naïve because he thinks that receiving perfect test scores will make Estela notice him. 1. “But when the quizzes had been returned and Jose bragged, ‘Another A-plus,’…

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    Although girls should be treated equal and have the right to play sports with boys, it isn't a good idea. Girls are injured more, the salaries are different, and they get less views than men’s sports. Girls may have the ability to play on a boys sports team but due to their fragile body structure they should not be allowed to play with dominant men. Because sports were designed to represent male fitness, they play to men’s natural strengths. When boys hit puberty, their bodies produce more…

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    There are numerous articles about boys, often which focus on the “trouble with teenage boys”. Unfortunately, this negative stereotype can have a detrimental impact on boys’ self-belief and esteem. We can believe in gender equality and, at the same time, celebrate and acknowledge the joyful differences. In 2012, Winifred Robinson, a BBC Radio presenter and journalist, shared her thoughts on the joys of teenage boys which, I think, are really pertinent today. A shared opinion is that boisterous,…

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