Mary Ann Liebert

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  • Groups And Communities Case Study

    The various users share music or videos. However, the most with the funny pictures or message will have a high frequency of exchange even across several groups. Equally important, it is a news forum where anything that happens is shared across the globe. Therefore, their social bonds are enlarged and even their level of thinking is dictated by these groups. Lima, C., & Lamy, M. (2013), argue that, these groups’ helps in mobilizing information. Absolutely, they comprise a forum where information regarding anything is shared, for instance, business, politics, and education among others. Therefore, information gotten from other sites is posted here for others to see. Online groups lead to cyber bullying. As defined by Mary Ann Liebert (cited in Mason, 2008), it’s the deliberate use of technology to cause threat or harassment to individuals or groups of people. In this case, they use these groups a tool to transmit words that undermines other people thus affecting them psychologically and socially. Lastly, online groups are used as a networking platform as cited by Mew, L. (2010). Due to the changing economies, people are looking for greener pastures away from their homes. This trend is accelerated by these groups whereby people advertise themselves or advertise their jobs. Therefore, social bonds are…

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  • Mary Ann Liebert Music As Medicine Analysis

    Music is Medicine There are many different types of medication in the advanced world that we live in today. Our scientists and doctors have produced treatment to cure almost any sickness. Many people in today’s society do not realize that there are more simple ways to treat every day problems. However, music can be a huge solution to sickness and a great substitute for medicine. In the text “Music as Medicine”, Mary Ann Liebert explains: Music is one of the oldest tools in medicine, with a…

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  • William Mowbray: 'The Woman Who Kill'

    husband they moved around so that William Mowbray, the first husband, could better himself but soon returned to their original home in South Hetton. During those years Mary gave birth to four children and each soon met their demise through an illness at that time said to be gastric fever. Mowbray was said to have gone on sea voyages and when he came back from his last one he grew violently ill until he died. Mary went into mourning, moved away and took a job as a nurse in Sunderland where she…

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  • Serial Killers: Ted Bundy

    Theodore Robert Cowell, more commonly known as Ted Bundy, is undoubtedly one of America’s infamous serial killers. Before Bundy was executed in 1989, he confessed that he killed at least thirty women. However, Bundy’s former defense attorney John Henry Browne recently revealed that Bundy had confessed to him that he had killed more than a hundred people, including both women and men. Bundy also admitted that his first victim was a man, who differs considerably from Bundy’s preferred victims:…

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  • The Seventeenth-Century Gothic Novel In Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey

    The seventeenth-century Gothic novel is associated with the combination of the supernatural realm and Romanticism. Jane Austen’s novel, Northanger Abbey, is an attempt to critique the seventeenth-century Gothic novel by identifying Catherine’s sensibility through her over fascination and addiction to reading—such as Ann Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho. Austen utilizes Catherine’s obsession with novels as a means to highlight how such fascination has caused Catherine to become naïve and…

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  • Northanger Abbey And Ann Radcliffe: A Literary Analysis

    A Discussion of the Gothic tradition in the novels “Northanger Abbey” by Jane Austen and “The mysteries of Udolpho” by Ann Radcliffe. The genre of Gothic fiction has been a strong writing tradition since its birth in 1764 with the publishing of Horace Walpole’s “The Castle of Otranto”. The genre is a mix of both romance and horror with its clearest distinctions being a love of foreign setting and gloomy old buildings, a strong hero, swooning heroine and the constant looming of a monster or…

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  • John Wayne Gacy Crime Profile

    Criminal Profile John Wayne Gacy is one of America’s most notorious serial killers known for his gruesome murders of many young boys and men between 1972-1978. He holds one of the highest victim counts in the world for any murder. Gacy raped, tortured, and strangled 33 young boys to death, he then buried the bodies under his home or dumped some of the bodies in a nearby river. James Haakenson was the most recent victim identified from the John Wayne Gacy killings. James was only 16 years old…

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  • Elizabeth Howlett Character Analysis

    Elizabeth Howlett's Story Elizabeth Howlett was born in Southampton, MA, but her roots are also in Amherst. When she was younger she had the nickname of Betsi, and the reason for is that her parents didn’t have a nickname and so they wanted all their sons to have one. She moved to Vermont when she was eight because her father wanted more land than the one he had in MA, therefore great part of her childhood was spent in VT. Here is her story: Life in the farm: Elizabeth or Betsi comes from a…

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  • The Hard Goodbye Film Analysis

    Frank Miller's Sin City: The Hard Goodbye tells the story of Marv, a psychotic, disfigured, ex-military killer living in a decadent and corrupt city. Marv is framed for the murder of beautiful prostitute Goldie, and feeling a connection with her though they only shared one night together, Marv goes on a search for her killer. Marv is both hunter and hunted as he traces the murder up through Sin City to a corrupt cardinal and a cannibalistic serial killer preying on the city's prostitutes. Marv…

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  • Frankie And Johnny Poem Analysis

    “Frankie and Johnny” is a commonly known murder ballad written by numerous musicians that is about a woman named Frankie who kills her lover whose name is Johnny. [It] is a traditional American murder ballad, but you might not know it was based on a true story (Cellania, “The Story Behind”). Many well-known singers have covered this famous murder ballad such as Louis Armstrong, Lead Belly, and Johnny Cash. Their versions of the ballad are very popular but follow very loosely for entertainment…

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