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  • Speech To The Triumvirs Analysis

    Classical female rhetoricians needed to utilise several rhetorical strategies in order to navigate the misogynistic landscape of past societies and to have their arguments heard. Logos, pathos, and ethos can be found within Hortensia, Julian of Norwich, and Christine de Pizan’s works as tools to allow them to speak and record their thoughts during a period where women were forbidden to do so, and subsequently make lasting impacts on society’s view of women. Hortensia uses logos in her “Speech…

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  • Ruth Mountaingrove: Annotated Bibliography

    Primary Sources: Mountaingrove, Ruth. Diary. Box 9, Ruth Mountaingrove Papers, University of Oregon Special Collections, Eugene, OR. Mountaingrove's personal diary described her negative feelings about living in a mixed male and female community called Golden. She discussed feeling oppressed by the very presence of men in the community in many entries, wishing that she could instead live in an all-women collective and cited her partner Jean’s thoughts and feelings about men…

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  • Compare And Contrast Sir Gawain And The Green Knight

    The medieval time period encompassed a vast amount of fascinating literary works. It was a period of new beginnings that was reflected by a great deal of change. Some of the most notable changes that impacted the society at that time include the evolution of language, culture, and religion. Each of those three aspects were strongly influenced by a gradient of factors. These changes were necessary in order to adapt to societies needs in that time period. In the early period of the Middle Ages,…

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  • Summary: The Book Of Margery Kempe

    tears…” (de Vitry 218). Margery performs a reenactment of these uncontrollable episodes where she cries and weeps most of the times that she is in contact with divine, whether it’s physically or spiritually. Specifically, in Chapter 60, Margery is in Norwich, and goes to the churchyard of Saint Stephen’s. Immediately after she enters the church, Margery starts crying and sobbing, much like Marie d’Oignies where even the gaze of an image could make her cry. As Kempe…

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  • The Importance Of New Year's Goals

    New Year’s Goals This is a start of a new beginning, that’s what I think of when New Year’s comes around. I believe that when the New Year’s comes, it gives me and others around me new possibilities that they could not or failed to achieve in previous years. I take advantage of this opportunity not to change who I am, but to improve in area’s that could possibly ruin my life in the future. January is just as a chapter in a new book, and that is where the journey begins. I primarily want to focus…

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  • Social Worker Goals

    1) My journey to becoming a social worker began when I was making my decision to purse an undergraduate degree. In high school I knew that I wanted to work in the human services field. I have seen myself as being empathetic and compassionate from a young age, and always saw myself in a helping role. I was interested in clinical work, helping individuals and families. Choosing between different fields of helping professions, I knew that becoming a social worker was going to be my destiny. Other…

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  • Case Study: Smith & Wesson

    Smith & Wesson is the largest firearm manufacturer in the United States and the leading manufacturer worldwide. A partnership was formed in 1852 in Norwich, Connecticut by Horace Smith (October 28th, 1808 – January 15th, 1893) and Daniel B. Wesson (May 18th, 1825 – August 4th, 1906). Due to unyielding financial issues, they were forced to sell their company to a shirt manufacturer by the name of Oliver Winchester. By 1856, they formed their second partnership to produce a small revolver designed…

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  • Inclusive Practice In Schools

    The practice issue I will be exploring in relation to Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) is the active participation of children in their own learning, with an emphasis on the importance of appropriate differentiation. I have chosen to investigate this fundamental issue as it strikes me that I have seen little evidence of children with SEND being encouraged to actively participate in their learning. Firstly, I will attempt to define inclusion and what it means to be engaging in…

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  • Language And Gender Analysis

    Introduction It is considered that language is like “a mirror image of society” or “a system of measurement to evaluate the social perceptions” in various aspects of human life in different societies at different historical timeline. (Khang, 2011). Social changings push the development of language to recognize and reflect those movements. Beside social factors, cultural background, the growth of economy, education… gender also has a huge impact on the way of using language between two groups…

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  • Is Chobani Good Or Bad

    He is 44 years old, not a legal citizen of the U.S. and never went to school so he could start up this company. He now lives in Norwich, New York , and his net worth is around 1.97 billion. He started this company in the summer of 2005 with only five employees. He started this company because when he came to America he looked for greek yogurt as a consumer but soon realized that no…

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