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    Although she does not work internationally, she is still able to make a difference that affects the whole world because she is aiming to create an environment where we can reduce our ecological footprint and make our habitat greener. She has an optimistic view, that change in ourselves can cause change in others which can result to a change in our world. I understand why she chose to focus her work locally because it is easier to create a movement where you are familiar with its customs. Furthermore, I believe she is an example of a global citizen because she recognizes the problem at hand and makes an active decision to solve the problem. Global citizenship is not limited by a person’s identity but it is defined by a person’s action towards making a difference in an environmental or social injustice. This is because in the end, the issues we encounter does not only affect ourselves, but it is a shared situation that we must all work towards…

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    Music Description Langsam . Schleppend (Slowly, dragging) The first movement was in modified sonata form and started off with strings playing harmonics creating a ghostly scene and then the woodwinds play a rhythm pattern. As the piece goes on, it is obvious that Mahler is trying to recreate a nature scene in his first movement. To match the dark setting that started the movement is little bits of music that poke out. An example would be, throughout the sluggish melody an awaking would call…

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    From the man who brought you the radio staging of “War of the Worlds,” comes his first public film “Citizen Kane.” Orson Welles stuns audiences once again with his unprecedented production. However, not all were eager for the release of this movie. William Randolph Hearst, newspaper publishing extraordinaire, was not impressed by the obvious parallels between himself and main character Charles Foster Kane. Despite Hearst’s efforts to keep “Citizen Kane” from the public, it was released on Sept.…

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    Introduction In spite of the nebulousness inherent in determining and measuring expertise, crowdsourcing systems in research and practice that seek to acquire distributed knowledge (e.g. citizen science) indicate a preference for expert contributors. To ensure information quality (IQ), consumers – users of data acquired from such crowdsourcing projects – implement gatekeeping strategies that vary in degree of subtleness and intentionality. These gatekeeping strategies stem from the underlying…

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    With appealing to authority, advertisers seek to make the potential customer feel equal to those they look up to, such as celebrities or athletes. Having Shaquille O 'Neal connected to a product, such as “Icy Hot” may make a viewer feel that if they also use the product, they can successful in the same way he is. Appeal to authority may also include professions often looked up to by society, such as doctors. Often times phrases such as “9 out of 10 doctors recommend…” are used in advertising, as…

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    Some Like It Hot Analysis

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    According to Carver, by drawing attention to performativity, the film subverts heteronormativity (Carver). Butler, however, argues that the film is not subverting, but rather reinforcing heteronormativity and merely policing the boundaries of our society by portraying the main characters as an imitation of stereotypical heterosexual woman (Butler). In this essay I will argue that Wilder’s film Some Like It Hot, both reinforces and subverts heteronormativity, but most significantly provides a…

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    When Citizen Kane was released in 1941, it forever changed the film industry and exposed the world to a great cinematic masterpiece that used the American Dream as a foundation for it’s plot. Nearly a decade later Rashomon was released and displayed the unique aspects of Japanese cinema and the pursuit of the truth. Orson Welles and Akira Kurosawa both had clear visions of what they wanted their films to be; however, the two men took different approaches. Welles demonstrated different filming…

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    Citizen Kane is one of the main movies as to its filmmaking impacts. Director Orson Welles and Cinematographer Gregg Toland were massively inventive in use of camera shots, angles, and lights. Moreover, they utilize the narrative and Dramatic elements in a creative way, describing a story of one individual in many ways. All in all, Citizen Kane opened interesting platform in the filmmaking and techniques. Charles Foster Kane was a man who had everything in his life. But, the one thing he needed…

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    The Three Idiots (2009) is the best film I ever watched in my life. Not only the film that interesting done, but also its contents which interpret many society problems through the story. This essay is written about what messages I have received from this film. Including how those messages related to the development. First of all, the pressure from society and family. There are many scenes which talking and showing the audience about how serious the characters are suffer with their education…

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    segmentation, categorization, annotate video data to develop efficient tools for browsing and searching. A successful video classification method helps to reduce the growing amount of cluttered video data on the internet [2]. Proposed approach is RMS based video song sequence extraction using continuity rule from bollywood movies. Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai in India is commonly known as Bollywood. Bollywood produces largest number of films in the world yearly and generates the…

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