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    When I was taking my drafting and perspective class in summer, my professor has taught us that there are actually difference between interior architecture, interior design, interior decoration, and architecture, which is like a rag around architecture. I didn’t know there are such difference between those interior and architecture fields, and sometimes it is a lines blurring on this discussing topic, to define the role and responsivities of each profession. Although we have already known that interior design involved with architecture and technical aspects of interior design, and less involved with decorative, soft furnishings side. As a result, what is interior architecture? That was my question since then, so I started to did some research…

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    I would not say that the community that I grew up in necessarily fostered creativity. The small farming community in Illinois about thirty minutes from both the Iowa and Wisconsin boarders tended to focus solely on agriculture and sports. I try not to give where I grew up any credit for my academic success and passion for interior design, but honestly, growing up where I did gave me the strongest push to make something important of myself and my life. Growing up an only child, I was often forced…

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    While I am unsure about my future endeavors, I would like to think I am not going in completely blind, since I have a few possible ideas of career pathways: Nutrition, Design (Interior and Graphic), and Journalism. Nutrition, is a great field to find work in, not only is it growing, but becoming more needed with…

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    Interior design, baking, and teaching are my top three career choices. I chose Interior Design because I always loved watching the HGTV shows where they would remodel an old space into a new one. I always thought it would we nice to do it myself. Baking would be my second choice because I love to bake. There are so many recipes that you can try and having your own shop of baked goods would be rewarding. I 've always loved kids so teaching in a Kindergarten or Elementary school would be a dream.…

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    requires long hours, Interior Design is a viable job for me with the job availability in urban areas, the variety in the job, and the time for the education; however I want to pursue another path first The Young Americans, a great opportunity that would allow me to travel, teach kids, grow musically and experience different cultures. The availability of jobs for Interior Designers is predicted to grow thirteen percent, from two-thousand and twelve to two-thousand and twenty-two, about…

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    Andreas Gursky was born on January 15, 1955 in Leipzig, Germany. He is a German photographer and a professor at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, which is as well in Germany. This photographer is best known for his monumental digitally manipulated photographs which portray various aspects such as consumer culture and busyness of modern life, resulting in dramatic images that mark the line between the representation and the abstract. Gursky began photographing in black and white with a hand-held…

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    Why is it young girls look in the mirror and cringe? Why do young girls even look in the mirror at all? Perhaps it is the need to feel pretty. They dive deep into the mirror looking for “pretty” traits. Small waist. Wide hips. Long, Healthy hair. Flat Stomach. But then again comes the question, why do girls feel that being pretty physically is what matters. Society has taught us that it is on the outside that matters. The hair, the lips the eyes, rather than personality. For some what’s on…

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    Essay On Interdependence

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    Interdependence is by definition the support system of two or more people that rely and depend on each other to accomplish a set goal. There are many inner and outer obstacles in a person’s path that can hinder then from finishing what they had originally intended. For me some of my inner obstacles are that I tend to procrastinate on my assignments, I fear failure, and I tend to be very sarcastic when unsure of things. Some of my outer obstacles are my job and my family. By forming a group with…

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    Alter Ego Paper

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    What is alter ego and does it affect a person's behavior? A study carried by the University of Pennsylvania shows that individuals have different ideas on what alter ego really is. In this paper we will concentrate in researching the alter ego, its psychological and philosophical characteristics, and how the individual make its alter ego ideal and relates to it. When the alter ego is developed the person thinks about it all the time, and at some point the subject will like to start a new life as…

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    In society, every person has a set of routines in which they carry out. Commonly, many people deem their everyday routines as mundane because they perform them on a daily basis. What people tend to be oblivious of is that most of their daily routines are constructed by society, every action one takes throughout their day is something they were taught by society. For example, the act of brushing one’s teeth or washing one’s hands after using the bathroom, are activities one is taught by their…

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