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    We all want certain things, and sometimes greedy people want more than others. Like just about everyone, I have been a greedy person, and have had greed. My greed is ordinary though it is my motivator to go to college, get a better job, and truly succeed in life. I believe greed is good and bad because it can bring out the worst in people, but others it truly drives them to just be successful, happy people. I hope to describe how greed is something that just about everyone has and what effect it has on others. The Merriam-Webster online encyclopedia defines greed as “ A selfish desire to have more of something especially money.” First of all, greed is a source that leads to crime. Normally, greed is the motive behind almost all…

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    she faces the reality of others. Miss…

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    He isn’t—the concept of this mirror phase is simply more applicable in other stages of life, rather than just between 6-18 months. He actually touches on this broadness, though not in the same direct manner, saying that “[i]t suffices to understand the mirror stage […] as an identification, in the full sense analysis gives to the term” (Lacan 76). He himself is defining this stage of development as a manner of identification. Mirriam-Webster defines that word as a “psychological orientation of…

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    depression is characteristic of the ‘self as other’, as s/he proceeds along the tightrope to a childlike truth negating immutability. This does not function the same as an ‘self for other’ uncertainty, one which causes her/him to falter along the tightrope moving away from an adult reality remonstrating certainty. The distancing of forces happening within a will turned in against itself, crystallizes a part of the ‘self as the other’, along the intersubjective axes of ‘self-talk’: ‘who I am,’…

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    while Cheryl attempts to embrace her heritage but she struggles with the issues of which come from this. They both had aspects of their life that were good and had they been there for each other, been upfront and honest with each other, and had the support that has only recently become so readily available, the results would not have been as devastating as they had been. April is a common representation of a Metis woman in modern day society. After growing up with parents who were far from…

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    else.’ with this quote constantly running through my mind, I personally understood what Madrid meant when he said that the Other”results in us feeling excluded, or even disdained and scorned.” As a child I always felt as if I played the role of the other. I was different in ways such as loving to learn, and being an overly outgoing person with different points of view, and as a result; I found that other children were quick to single me out of their groups. Very few ever accepted…

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    personal territories formulated by social norms and other verbal and nonverbal notifications sent by others. The term “public,” specifically means areas where individuals have freedom of access, but not necessarily of action (Guerrero, DeVito & Hecht, 1999). In this paper, I will describe my observations of how various people established their personal territories in five different places: the library, the elevator, the café, the concert, and the children’s playing room. People are able to take…

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    I agree with your post. As well as you I believe that most of the financial crisis have a lot to do with unethical behavior. Starting from the politians that allow the big financial intuitions to play with the money of the consumer. One of the biggest problem during the 2008 crisis was that the banks were giving loan to basically anyone that had an income, but with a high interest rate causing these people to make impossible for them to keep up with the monthly payments. I always find…

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    Nowadays, money seems to be most people’s worries, but why exactly do you think so? It's not like money makes the world go round right? Or does it? Money doe splay such a big role in a person's life, that is why knowing how to manage your expenses is extremely important, especially if you're not from a rich family who gets money just by breathing. People tend to do a lot of mistakes when it comes to their money, and that is one of the major reasons why they tend to struggle. Here are some of the…

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    Financial Global Crisis

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    A fundamental break down in the existing economical arrangement was fabricated in the financial global crisis that started in summer 2007 and surprised many nations. Commotions in the financial world (banks) had an impact on the real economy in terms of people’s livelihoods. This financial crisis is globally significant to us, as it took place in the heartland of capitalism, the U.S., which is the richest most successful dominant capitalist power. The key trigger of the financial breakdown…

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