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    frame worked switched to produce goods for the consumers. Consumerism was significant in the late 1940s and 1950s because many people could enjoy goods that were made for them, as well as new products that they would be later introduced to, and wages were increasing steadily for workers. Because of the money America had saved during the war, America was able to take care of the veterans that had returned from the war. The GI Bill of Rights was passed in order to support the Veterans returning from war, the GI Bill of Rights allowed veterans to achieve a higher education, and have affordable housing. Consumer culture began to grow steadily, and Americans were able to purchase items that were designed to make life more efficient. Washers, dryers, vacuum cleaners, and lawn mowers allowed Americans to take care of their new homes that were available with low interest mortgages. Consumer culture also changes American society; there was a rise in the middle class and white…

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    the standard with the activists from both political spectrums making ground. In the meanwhile there has been a minimizing what an educational standard represents. Repeatedly through history education has been a flashpoint for both the left and right to contend how to manage every change. The States and local school boards have to follow Federal Laws or Acts including NCLB, EDSA, Civil Rights laws to name a few. Each entity uses political methods to scourge or oppress ideas or acts they do…

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    Lock And Key Theme

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    How could isolation be so tempting after the abandonment of a loved one? In Lock and Key, written by Sarah Dessen, Ruby is a seventeen year old left by her mother to fend for herself. After living smartly and quietly for several months, Ruby's plan of solitude was crushed by a landlord. Because she was caught, she is forced to transition into the lifestyle of her wealthy older sister who hadn't been seen in years. As Ruby meets the caring and loyal people in her new, unfamiliar life, it becomes…

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    The Dating Game Analysis

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    The “Dating Game” was a game show where an individual was allowed to ask a series of questions to three potential dates. The person asking the questions could not see his/her potential dates. Their final selection was based solely on how the questions were answered and not what they could see. The “Dating Game” concept is a good basis for the interview process used to select the right people when hiring a new employee. Interviews should be conducted with appropriate questions asked to assess…

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    from a tree, & ended up giving birth to two completely opposite minded people. In “Thor’s Hammer” Loki, who's an avid trickster, was crying for his life to Thor after cutting his wife’s hair off. A similarity I saw in the two stories was push and shove. In the story, “A world on the turtle’s back”, the left handed twin is ridiculously impatient and wants to be born immediately rather than the right handed twin, who is more laid back, and humbly waits untill he is ready to be born. While in the…

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    Paired with these classical movements we see their arms crossed at the wrist, elbows straight to create an X-shape. In contrast to the slow balletic lines, the women also execute parallel jumps with their arms curving over their heads, contractions that soften their upright torsos, and lateral C-curves. The first section demonstrates that Cunningham began his choreography thinking about the shapes of ballet, then going beyond those familiar forms he explored how the torso could move out of them…

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    hemispheres, the left and right. The brain is hemispherically lateralized, meaning that each hemisphere has their own set of specialized functions, making them differ greatly regardless of their similar makeup. The left hemisphere controls the right side of the body, spoken and written language, mathematical calculations, logical thought, and the analysis of detail. The right hemisphere instead controls the left side of the body, visual-spatial perception, music and artistic processing,…

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    Academic Writing Analysis

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    refer back to the main topic of the paper. Lastly, the conclusion where the writer restates the thesis and summarizes all the important points. What is Script Writing? Script writing is a document that outlines aural, visual, behavioral and lingual elements to tell a story. Script writing has become so much easier now than it was when the ancestors began the first script writing. Technology has saved writers so much time when they begin to write. History of Script Writing In addition, script…

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    point of the ball. I luckily caught it but my thumb started to ache in pain but, I didn’t think anything of it. After our catch my mom drove me to the game, she was also my coach. I loved having my mom has a coach because she was different because she was the only girl coach and thought the game differently than all the other coaches. Just before we left I ate a sandwich and took some Tylenol. I thought I had a bruised thumb but, I wasn’t sure. On the way to the game I iced my finger…

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    elementary school in the first grade during the middle 1960’s I had naturally started to learn how to print and write using my left hand. However, much to the dismay of my teacher and my parents, the thought of me writing with my left hand must have been shocking and not in line with the teaching methods of that time so they corrected me and switched my writing hand from the left hand to the right hand. I’ve often wondered why they changed the hand I was to learn to write with. Perhaps it was…

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