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  • Outcasts Essay

    When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for lonely people to be free with loneliness and to become as one with the rest of the world. Without doubt to explain why we deserve to be with the society, we as outcasts wrote our own declaration of independence for the rest of the world to see and understand why we should be and will be together and share bond with each other. As outcasts, we can sacrifice our life to be one with the world so that we do not feel insecure and die of living in our breathless world. On account of that reason I am writing this Declaration to declare the causes which impel us, outcast, not to be in the separation, but to be able to connect and live a life for humanity and for ourselves and for our cause. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all lonely people are created equal and given by their creator the rights of life, liberty and pursuit for their decisions that will make them feel happy. It is not only to ensure justice for these innocent people but also to save these souls from darkness that lies behind the masses of shadow that pushed their shadow away from the others. To obtain these rights, we outcast need to defeat this inner evil beside us that is haunting our life before these shadows that push our shadow to despair and death in which we must act. When these evil- drenched creatures haunt and eat our souls onto core of darkness, leave behind every black ink in our heart, it becomes necessary as one’s duty to save…

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  • Motown Music Research Paper

    businesses. Growing up he saw the way they made cars and thought “why can 't you do that with music?” With help from family he was able to come up with motown records with a 800$ loan. He was encouraged to keep going because of his friend smokey robinson. By starting his recording studio he brought in only african americans to play. It started with a riff and everyone in the band built up upon it. This was the start of not only african americans gaining the mainstream audience but started a…

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  • The Impact Of Motown

    matter what color. Berry Gordy, who is the father of Motown tried many occupations like a boxer, a record store owner, and even an auto worker. He didn’t have any luck, so he decided to try having a record label. He started out with a loan of $800 from his family, and with that money he created Hitsville U.S.A. founded in 1959, in Detroit, Michigan. He discovered Smokey Robinson and the Miracles in 1957, and then he started building his group of artists. Just within a couple years this record…

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  • Emic Perspective In Anthropology

    Studying the human culture with looking into another culture from an up-close and clear perspective can make us understand a better meaning of their culture and their way of living. By looking at another culture without being objective or biased can be a burden for most people. With that said, we must use emic and etic perspectives to study their culture. Emic is a perspective from an insider’s view examining a culture from the inside of the culture itself. Etic perspective is studying the…

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  • Emotional Granularity

    Emotional granularity is the ability to describe one’s emotional experiences while being sensitive to both valence and level of arousal. For instance, those high in emotional granularity can effectively distinguish anger and sadness from a general unpleasantry, or excitement versus calmness from feeling “good.” The most common method used to assess emotional granularity is to have participants rate the intensity (e.g., 1 = very slightly, 5 = extremely) to which they experience a variety of…

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  • Channel Orange Frank Ocean Analysis

    themes. Top 40 hit songs performed by The Weekend include "Can 't Feel My Face," "The Hills," and "Earned It" have all earned a place in the top 5 of Billboard 's The Hot 100. Since The Weeknd is a Billboard topper and is musically similar to Frank Ocean, Jesse will probably also enjoy Frank Ocean and Channel Orange. Many influential artists for Ocean are also artists Jesse enjoys listening to. MTV lists Ocean 's influences as being Beyonce, Marvin Gaye, Mos Def, Prince, Kanye West, Pharrell…

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  • Cultural Differences: The Norm In Emic Perspective

    It is difficult to judge different societies because what might be the norm in emic perspective, can be seen as strange from an etic perspective. Ponijao was cleaned by his mother saliva and Bayarjargal had his face washed by his mother’s breast milk. These might seem as strange acts from a western perspective. On the other hand, they are considered normal in an emic perspective. The film rarely shows any clear interaction of the father in the Mongolian sitting also, but it shows prominent…

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  • Perfect School: A Personal Narrative Of My Life

    My life is perfect, I have the perfect family, the perfect friends, and the perfect house. I was thinking to myself. School just started for the day and I was sitting in homeroom. It was a beautiful Thursday morning and I couldn 't wait for the weekend because my family and I always go to the pumpkin patch. The bell rang and the teacher walked in. A couple minutes later the announcements came on the loudspeaker. Blah, blah, blah, I thought to myself. Announcements were so boring, all they…

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  • Instrumental Music Essay

    creativity. Music has various ways that it can evoke emotions of sadness or love, but no genres can do that quite the way soul music can. Listeners can understand and experience a hard time or memory that comes filled with passion and power. Artists often use song to let something out and get a struggle or story off their chests without having to talk to people about it. Instead of having to hold these thoughts in, singing allows for a first hand trip through the experience. Something that…

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  • Narrative: When I Buy Me A New Home

    the man said 2:30. What do you mean what are you waiting for? And those purchases you’re talking about seem mighty taxing on the wallet.” “I just can’t wait to be finally getting paid for this.” A voice came from the corner of the recording room, “Just hope that we’ll be leaving with what we’re worth.” “What’s that supposed to mean, Mo?” William asked. “If they ain’t let Malcolm X and now King live just for talking, how you gon’ think that they’re gon’ give us what we’re worth for singing.…

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