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    worthy of people’s, more specifically men’s, respect. A technique used by Wallach in “Let Them Come” to create a sense of importance in the speech of the woman was the repeated phrase, “let them…” It was used at the very beginning of each phrase and used a total of seven times in the thirteen lines of the poem. Using repetition commands the attention of the reader to give impact to the readers that the woman is telling, not asking the people to come to her and meet her needs. This is where the reader can draw conclusions that the voice of the poem comes from a woman in high standing that has power over a group of people. On page 119 of Let the Words the poem “Masturbation” Yona Wallach discusses the struggle of connections between an intimate couples. “Again you slept with mr. man not loving his empty look and hugged his no body.” From this first passage the reader assumes that the woman involved with this man doesn’t seem to have a deep loving connection with them. She seems disinterested; she doesn’t seem too impressed with his body and isn’t sexually excited to see him. There is no lust or love seemingly present between the couple they seem to be disoriented in their relationship sexually. “Your lover’s eyes stare at a strange point not exactly toward you not in you, he’s so young and already bitter,” this passage indicates that the man doesn’t look at her like he used to, and that their life has become a routine and the excitement is not longer present. The…

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    The Definition Of Justice In Plato's Republic

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    Socrates expresses that,“…is it because of the spirited part…that we call a single individual courageous (Plato 99).” It can be found if one has courage in the spirited part. In the state, the soldiers represent courage. They fight and defend for their city. They obey the rulers and are their allies. To ensure that the rulers and soldiers will fight for their city; Socrates proposed a noble lie to maintain the city’s justice. He will try to persuade the rulers and soldiers that they do not…

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    Understanding Fractions

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    the Year One descriptor (ACMNA016), where it identifies that students are able to half an item and identify how it is an equal portion. Developing a understanding into how to halve an object so both parts are equal, play a vital role in understanding how fraction work, this is based on a half being the largest fraction before making a whole. A child can demonstrate a understanding by folding a piece of paper over onto itself to make half, but then also go on to describe that they are equal as…

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    A Simple Life Analysis

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    1. Lines from this portion of my story work such as, “Terry sat upon the porcelain god, reading a Science Daily magazine” and “Then in an unseen instant – the roof popped and cracked in a blaze of glory as everything went up into a cloud of sizzling smolder.” – These lines work because they focus in on the comedic tone that I was looking to convey through the story and they show rather than tell. I think that more lines like this could make the story feel more natural. 2. In this portion of the…

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    The piece opened with lots of energy. The rhythm at measure 10 was very together, and the dynamics from measure 6 to 10 created a cool build. The transition to measure 27 was smooth and efficient. In the “Polar Express” section, there could have been more dynamic change and even more volume in general. However, the underlying percussion part gave the section an energetic, upbeat feel. At measure 91, the flute countermelody and the trumpet melodies were not together at all. The flute section…

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    How is that relevant to cheating? “Overall Physical affection has the tendency to release feel-good hormones. This is an important part of any healthy relationship” (“Importance Of…”). When cheating in relationships the cheater is usually unhappy and not getting the affection, or attention, that she or he needs. Therefore they look for other ways of getting physical affection from other people. Affection can be defined as a “fond attachment, devotion, or love” (“Affection”). Examples of simple…

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    free from arbitrary power, patriarchy or violence in the modern Hong Kong. The romantic love rides over utilitarian meanings of marriage and romantic love ‘till death do us apart’ since the nuclear nature of relationship emphasizes emotional tie between two individuals. Self-disclosure, social exchange, Dependability and demonstrated mutual interest are positive elements in modern Chinese society to form an intimate…

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    Intimacy can be explained by having a strong connection with someone whether its emotions or feelings. To clarify, intimacy is being emotionally close to your partner and having this bond that cannot be separated. Intimate love can be seen by people trying to cheer up their partner, communicating each other, and helping one if needed. Sternberg said that intimate love can also be referred as “warm love” since it brings two people close together creating this bond of trust, honesty, and…

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    The ecosystems perspective looks at all parts of development as one all system, each a subsystem contributing to the process that individualizes the individual. Interactionalism makes a person who they are, it socializes them. Leslie Atkinson, Barry H. Schneider, and Christine Tardif concluded in Child-Parent Attachment and Children’s Peer Relations: A Quantitative Review, “…intimate experience of family life is more closely associated with the child’s success in forming intense, intimate…

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    Mark Knapp (Glavin 152) states that relationships go through ten stages, five stages of development and five stages of decline. The model helps map out the growth and progress in interpersonal relationships. One part of the model is the five stages of coming together or escalation model The second part of the model is the five stages of coming apart or termination model ((Fox, Warber and Makstaller 2013). Using the escalation model I will explain the development of the interpersonal relationship…

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