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    Kinky Boots Movie Analysis

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    Wai Ki Chan (Vicky) Sean Sagan UCR W16 SOC 151 Kinky Boots The movie Kinky Boots complements the issues of organizational sociology with another set of important terms and concepts from this field. It is necessary to state that video perfectly conveys the meaning and practical application of the terms which will be described below. The beginning of the film introduces the concept of a work group, a group of employees aimed at a certain results. (Handel: p. 110). Charlie, the owner of a shoe factory, and Lauren, employee of the factory, organize their two-persons work group on finding solutions to crisis in the shoe market, and the benefit of this situation is that Lauren generates a new idea that has not been considered by Charlie and…

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    Kinky Boots is a film based on a true story about a shoe factory running out of business and the factory owner, Charlie Price, has to find a way to save the business. This movie is based on a true story and also displays multiple examples of intersectionality. One major example of intersectionality displayed would be Lola as she was a drag queen as well as African American. Both of these identities found in Lola shaped her life and how she was treated. When Charlie brought Lola into his…

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    Kinky Boots Film Analysis

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    The movie Kinky Boots is based on a true story and it shows how a shoe factory changes its line of production and engages in producing a totally new product. Charlie Price, after his father’s unexpected death inherits his family’s shoe factory, which is near bankruptcy. Men are not buying traditional dress shoes anymore, and this is the only product the company has been known for years. He realizes that the survival and the future of his business is now up to him, he needs to figure out a way to…

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    Kinky Boots is a musical directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper and written by Harvey Fierstein. It is based on a true story. The medium in this music would be the performers, the chorus/music and stage. Kinky Boots musical was first premiered in Chicago in 2012. While we saw it in London, it was first premiered in London on September 15th, 2015. The musical is about a man who just lost his father and he is trying to save his father’s shoe business. He…

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    Others never use a motor boat. Since standing up and casting is necessary, some will tell you that your best option is to go for a motor-less rowboat. While they are good to paddle across to places where fish are still undetected, keep in mind that a small boat cannot withstand winds quietly, as choppy noises in the water will also spook your fish. So, use a boat for freshwater fishing on inland lakes and rivers only on a calm day. Of course, in case you are traveling far to do your fishing,…

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    the mountains, hiking boots should have great ankle and foot support. The soles of the boots should have a lug pattern that gives the hiker better stability and traction. You should be considering where you'll wear the boots to understand what features you'll find important. For example, a hike through the mountains means you'll need to have ankle stability for changing terrain. Timberland Women's White Ledge Hiking Boot When it comes to comfort and sturdiness, Timberland's White Ledge hiking…

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    Backdrop Analysis

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    Comprised of rubber material, they completely cover the legs and move to the top of the fisherman’s thighs. It actually protects the fisherman from the waters and permits him to wade through in the hope of catching some big fishes. The boots also keep the legs and feet warm in the winter and autumn. In fact, many environmentalists also wear the waders to test in the lakes or swamps. Hip or chest waders are worn while fishing on the streams and rivers. If the water is slow or low moving, it is…

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    customers. Companies realise the importance of placing more emphasis on relationship marketing programmes like customer loyalty, customer retention and customer satisfaction programmes in order to keep existing customers and to turn new customers into returning loyal customers. For my Case Study, I am looking at the Boots "Loyalty card scheme programme" as it is a tool Boots use in order to build relationships with its customers. Boots have achieved successful customer relationships by…

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    1a. A good expert endorser for lightweight luggage would be Samsonite. This company makes a variety of different high end luggage pieces. They would have the proper testimonial devices (customer feedback, statistics, surveys) to endorse a lightweight luggage that would exceed customer expectation. A good celebrity endorsement for lightweight luggage would be our current president, Barack Obama. Our president is a busy individual who travels all around the world. Barack Obama is someone who…

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    inhaled the crisp autumn air, conceding it to insult my nostrils, and to add a pink flare to my skin. It was finally getting colder, which I preferred over the summer heat. Walking to my car, I took notice of the freshly fallen leaves crunching beneath my boots, adding resonance to the otherwise silent night. Sauntering off to my car I somewhat dreaded the rest of my night. I was tired, physically and mentally. I had begun my day by waking up with the sound of an alarm clock too early for my…

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