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    people communicate and have had a notable influence on forms of cultural expression. Memes are defined as, “an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from one person to another in a culture and often altered in a creative or humorous way (i.e. images, phrases, snapshots, gifs, etc.).” The rise of the meme culture in a fragmented landscape has no doubt exercised the idea of “cultural formations.” According to lecture, a cultural formation is a ‘complex action, object, event and the cultural texts that come to surround it.’…

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    Every worldly culture has it’s own set of masterful artists, which always includes writers. Just because a piece of literature is written in another language, and from a land unlike our own, doesn’t mean its message won’t get through to readers of a different dialect. In order for others to understand the idea in that text, a translator must remove the barrier of language and localize the ideas for the common man. The History of Love, a novel predominantly written in English, contains many other…

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    ‘Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea is a masterful combination of economic history and intellectual history that puts the current policy debate into a balanced and sophisticated perspective.’ In my project I reviewed the book Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea written by Mark Blyth. I have mentioned at the beginning of the project that author has written his book from the perspective of political economy; he believes that the idea of austerity is a dangerous idea because it…

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    advance the world and communicate different perceptions of an idea, has gradually declined since 1990. Original ideas are vital when it comes to problem solving, technological advancements, communication, and much more. If the public worldwide stops creating new ideas, the world will experience a plateau rather than growth in development. In order to boost creativity in the population, it is best to start at the foundation of all skills, school. Supported by a scientific study and personal…

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    beginning of the school year. However, Pat was so intrigued by my e-mail of inquiry that she did not wish to lose me as an intern. After about a month of trying to generate a spot for me, we had an extensive collection of project ideas, but we finally decided on implementing an intergenerational program that would bridge the local, Glen Ridge Cooperative community and the youth of Mansfield, Connecticut. I was extremely impressed and appreciative of Pat’s determination to find a placement for…

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    Even as an adult, starting out his career was not as simple as inventing the first model of a cellphone he thought of. Jobs had to forgo countless series of trial and error to produce even his most rudimentary model of an iPhone. Along with Jobs, there were a team of skilled and open-minded individuals who had an idea and desired to see it through. And even when they accomplished one goal or one project, Jobs and his team continued on the pursuit of creating the best cell phone they possibly…

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    Scholastics is the bringing together into a system, the study of revealed religious truths and the philosophical writers of the past as a way to know, worship and serve God. Education was moving outside the cathedral and priest’s home and into a formal setting cities like Paris. The establishment of theology as a topic to be debated rather than a pathway to the heart of God is arguable the greatest disservice of this time in history. Attempting to resolve the questions of faith with the logic…

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    The terms structure and direction can seem overwhelming and difficult to understand, but when trying to comprehend certain issues, events, or ideas, those terms can help in the distinguishing between right and wrong. Structure and direction can also help in understanding how some things are the way they are and how they got that way. Everyone can have their own ideas of how structure and direction apply to certain issues also, which sometimes allows for disagreement. Using my own interpretation…

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    it exists already, it’s called Rainbow Six Siege.” This sparked some curiosity into my mind about original ideas even being possible at this point in time. Over the course humanity 's history, roughly 107 billion humans have walked the Earth and currently there are over 7 billion alive currently, all whom are constantly thinking of stuff in their mind. Therefore; any thought that we may can simply not be original, not something the thinker created, but a mere replica of accumulated thoughts…

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    is, and in doing so, directs the reader in a certain direction regarding his theme and along the way, confuses the reader as well as never gets to his own points. Interestingly, Manchester organized his book in the most effective way to get his several points across, which is intriguing, considering how poorly he did in the end. He begins with an “Author’s Note” which is concluded with several ideas on which he bases his book off of (XVII). The actual book is then divided into three…

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