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    Business Unit 9 P5

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    I decided that I would add the Redhill Academy logo into the slide, as it would be the first slide that the audience would see. I decided to include the actual Redhill logo, instead of recreating it myself as I wanted the image to look like the real thing, and not to look like a copy. I positioned this on the right hand side of the slide, as it was away from the presentation theme, however it still needed to be included on my presentation. I believe that my title slide looks business-like as I had kept to the colour scheme of the original academy logo, and have included the Ofsted report images, making my presentation eye-catching to the…

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    and culture-enters the Beat Generation. The Beat Generation was a social and literary movement that was forming post World War II. The Beats were a group of writers that opposed conventional writing, spoke about issues regarding race, sex, and class, and rejected many cultural principles that was happening post war. The Origin of the Beats was in 1943, Allen Ginsberg meets Lucien Carr at Columbia University. Carr introduces Ginsberg to Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs. From there, the Beat…

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    Beats Research Paper

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    heard the brand “Beats”. Although some of them do not know what “Beats” is exactly, they would have seen a number of people who are wearing the headphone which has lower-case “b” on the ear-cups. “Beats”, exact name of the brand is “Beats Electronics”, was founded by Dr. Dre on 2006, and they have focused on headphones and speakers. In last year, people faced the interesting news that Dr. Dre sold Beat Electronics to Apple with US$3.0 billion. An article by Elizabeth Lazarowitz reported that…

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    Howl Ginsberg Analysis

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    The Formation of the Beat Generation Through “Howl” Poetry is usually seen as a “pretty” form of writing. For the Beat poets of the 1950s and Allen Ginsberg, that is not the case. Their works signify a period of anti-censorship in poetry––a time of criticism for mainstream society. Ginsberg’s “Howl” is one poem of particular significance from that time period. On a superficial level, Ginsberg’s three part poem “Howl” appears to be his own adaption of the Beat era in which certain people are…

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    Essay Term 1: The Beat Generation A Subculture Analysed “The so-called Beat Generation was a whole bunch of people of all different nationalities who came to the conclusion that society sucked.” Amiri Baraka (The Source, 1999) Introduction In a hegemonic culture, subcultures are constantly resisting systems of beliefs imposed on society creating a constant struggle for hegemony (University of Washington, https://faculty.washington.edu/mlg/courses/definitions/hegemony.html, no date). This…

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    Swot Analysis Of Beats

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    Beats Products Beats is a producer of audio equipment. It focuses on three segments in audio equipment. Personal audio (headphones, earphones and speakers), Beats audio (audio software with tailored hardware in collaboration with other companies like Chrysler and HP) and Beats Music (online music streaming service, currently still in development). Beats Electronics started to sell headphones in 2006 and is therefore a relatively new competitor on the high-end audio-system market. Beats by Dr.…

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    Bach 1st Movement Analysis

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    in 1686 and died in 1750, was the first one who deals with contrapuntal counterpoint. Today, I’m going to talk about the 1st movement & second movement of Brandenburg Concerto No.2. Brandenburg Concertos were written by Bach, while he worked at Cothen. Baroque Concerto is a small group of soloists pitted against a larger group of players called tutti, which consists mainly the string instruments, with a harpsichord as a basso continuo. 1st movement of this concerto is in ritornello form whereas…

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    rhythm of human heartbeat. Besides, from walking to dancing, from clicking fingers to tapping toes, it is the program to respond to rhythm. Generally, rhythm is the time element in music. It is an ordered recurrent alternation of strong and weak elements in the flow of sound and silence in speech or the pattern of regular or irregular pulses caused in music by the occurrence of strong and weak beats. Rhythm shows the movement with uniform or patterned recurrence of a beat. It is also the aspect…

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    French dance whose choreography included bending the knee on the upbeat or offbeat and rising on the beat, often followed by a step or glide. The music is in moderate triple or compound meter and always begins with an upbeat. In many courantes, including the two in this suite, the meter shifts back and forth between 3/2 and 6/4, sometimes with different voices simultaneously implying different meters. Although the composer included two courantes in this suite, only the first is performed on the…

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    The Open Road Poem Essay

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    “The Open Road,” and the poem “Beat! Beat! Drums!” give two different vibes when you read them. When I read “The Open Road” i got the feeling of freedom which is completely the opposite of the vibe from “Beat! Beat! Drum!” “Beat! Beat! Drum!” made me feel like something bad was to come. The Theme of “Beat! Beat! Drum!” was that war was going to happen, everything is going to change and bad things are rising up. In the first stanza the poem talks about no happiness or piece shall be had through…

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