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    gang, a part of his own pack and strikes his sister. His father kicks his child and battles with his wife. Maggie drags the distress Tommie down the road to the apartment. her mother who also does violence to her spouse and destroys the furniture and beats her, however in Maggie Crane 's account examing deeper than would warrant. Maggie dies not on the grounds that she is encompassed by savagery but since her family and the general public of the Bowery think of her as unworthy of consideration. Mary, Jimmie and Pete excuse and acknowledge Maggie 's ruin by norms they profess to maintain yet neglect to accomplish themselves. Mary is a drinker and a fighter - she rains roughness upon the heads of her kids and she crushes theirhope. Yet she judges Maggie to be deserving of condemnation for what society accepts to be her traded off ethicalness. Like Mary, Pete likewise…

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    Nuclear Family Sociology

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    lives in Springfield, a predominantly yellow community. The Simpsons are composed by Homer, Marge, Liza, Bart, Maggie and Santa’s little helper. The sitcom has the essential components of a nuclear family, but it criticizes the contemporary family values. The opening of the Simpsons demonstrates a dysfunctional family living in chaotic society. The Simpsons begin with the introduction of each member of the family in determining locations that define their role in the nuclear family. The first…

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    Lisa Simpson Qualities

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    a symbol of an effective leader by her family, friends and community. In an episode Lisa is the Future president; She shows to be very alert on the poor situation the country was left. She is aware of all the trouble that is left behind and shows to be in charge and ready to take action for a positive change. During a meeting she says “I 'm going to bail the country out, I 'll have to raise taxes, but in my speech I 'd like to avoid calling it a "painful emergency tax.” (Bart to the Future).…

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    The O. J. Simpson Case

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    denied using “the n word.” Turns out, he lied. Mark used “the n word” many times and it was on tape. Laura Hart McKinny interviewed Mark for a script she was writing. She recorded all of their interviews and not only did he use offensive racial slur but he also disclosed that he sometimes planted evidence to help secure convictions. The defense team wanted McKinny on the stand but the prosecution strenuously objected, saying her testimony was irrelevant. Judge Ito reluctantly allowed the defense…

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    entertainment. However, usually there is a larger problem that the publisher is trying to get us to see by the use of satire. In Steve Johnsons article, It All About Us, he says that the use of technology can be beneficial because it brings for the opportunity for people to be more engaged in what is going on around us; and this is one of the benefits of watching television shows that we are able to communicate and bring attention to certain things. Like in the episode “Two Cars in Every Garage…

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    multiple events that take place and create obvious ways that deception is adapted. One main example of deception in “Macbeth” is when the characters drastically change into traitors. Not only were these men and women portraying traitor like qualities towards each other, but even to their country. “Yet despite his composed manner, Malcolm’s description of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth is unflinchingly brutal” (Varney). Although it can be hard to tell who the traitors are now, especially at the…

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    “Something is missing. (MacLachlan 36)” Sarah told Caleb. My family and friends were over three hours away, consequently; they are not as accessible to me as they were before. I felt deserted and I was home sick, just as Sarah did two weeks into her visit. I underestimated how hard it was for me going off to college, but as time progressed things began to get enjoyable. Instead of continuously dwelling on the point that I missed my family and friends, I started to look at the glass half-full and…

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    Fight Club Case Study

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    Maggie was a key player because she gave Jim Barton, her boyfriend, moral support when trying to solve problems. Additionally she assisted him by setting up lunch dates with people in the IT industry and also gave him a good idea by contacting clients about how the IT performance level for them, as he is the new CIO not as loan operator. 2. The Kid was a key player as well by giving Jim Barton an opening lesson figuring out what he can do as new CIO at the Bar. Furthermore taught…

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    Taken Movie Techniques

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    Captivating, suspenseful, riveting, exhilarating are only a few of the words that I would use to describe the movie Taken. If you desire a high dose of adrenaline to quench your movie watching thirst, and if you are ready to take a super-charged ride to the action filled city of Paris, France, then this is a must see movie for you. Taken, not for the faint of heart, will keep you on the edge of your seat for the entire ninety-one minutes. Be prepared to have the popcorn container pried from your…

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    while many are shaped into a person who looks and sounds like where they are from, others may deviate, and attempt to find a home elsewhere. In their novels The Scarlet Letter and Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, Hawthorne and Crane’s both depict characters that are walking embodiments of their surroundings, and characters who are the opposite, and through the struggle of the latter character they illustrate how difficult it is for one to form an identity and become more than their roots in a…

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