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    Working Part Time Essay

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    This study was undertaken to show the percentage of college students that manage their time studying in a part time job in Australia. The survey was taken in UWS college in Nirimba and were the contributes that had the questionnaire to be filled out. The results indicates the difference between boys and girls managing their time with studies and assessments when working part time. Therefore, comparing who participates more. Introduction Part time work and college students can have an impact on time management and studies for assessments at the college. Lucas and Lammont (1998) stated that “under the age of 25 in full-time education and employment rose from 23% to 37%”. This establishes that students are increasingly getting into jobs and colleges much more and can have a meaningful effect on their studies which allows them to…

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    The Godfather Part 2 Essay

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    What makes a family “family,” is depended on the sacrifices you’re willing to make, even if it means death. As cheesy as it sounds, this is what I perceived the message to be in The Godfather: Part II by Francis Ford Coppola, but in the Cinema, the main protagonist Michael Corleone loses what matters the most to him, Family. You get to see him and his household collapse due to his obsession of the family business and you get to view this through great angles this flick has produced. The sequel…

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    A Part-Time Indian

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    The book, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, is about a boy named Junior. He is a Native American that lives in an Indian reservation. Junior does not live the happiest life, in fact Junior is poor, however, his family and him gets along with what they do have. Junior does not really accept himself because he struggles with several medical issues, and he’s been beaten up by others his whole life. However, things start to look up for him when he transfers to an…

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    The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie is about a fourteen year boy named Arnold Spirit who lives on the Spokane Indian Reservation that is drowning in poverty. Arnold lives with his family, surrounded by other poor Native Americans with depression and alcoholism. With his appearance and many health issues, he is often targeted on the reservation. A desire to break away from a place lacking hope and opportunity motives Arnold to transfer to Reardan. After shifting…

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    Ever imagined life without a best friend? Or a friend in general for that matter? It would be hard right? In the book, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Arnold goes through some difficult times in his life, that would have been considerably harder, without his new and old friendships. These friendships gave him safety, belonging and self acceptance. In The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Sherman Alexie, uses experiences in Arnold’s life to illustrate that friendship…

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    Part Time Indian Thesis

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    To come from poverty and break out of it is an enormous challenge. In order to conquer this limitation, one must remain hopeful. Sherman Alexie portrays Junior's struggle to remain hopeful. In The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian,the cynical attitude that is passed down, lack of hope and inertia on the reservation turns children, like Junior, into despairing people convinced that they are going nowhere in life and there is nothing they can do about it. But Junior overcomes this by…

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    Part-Time Indian Imagery

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    In The Absolutely True Diary of a Part -Time Indian, Sherman Alexie creates a text that easily explains Alexie’s own experiences. The use of images, the development of his protagonist’s friendships, and the depiction of tragic events all develop the identification of Arnold Spirit, in a unique and accessible manner. The style used by Alexie is used to brighten up the life of Arnold, and happenings that revolve around his community. Imagery helps us create an interpretation of how we should…

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    Part Time Indian Analysis

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    Our traditions shape our identity as a person, but we can also break away from our customs to create our own identity. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie is about a high school student named Arnold who leaves his life on the reservation in attempts to find success. He struggles with finding his identity in this new environment. Arnold sees himself as having two different halves, Junior the outcast from the reservation and Arnold from the white high-school at…

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    In the book The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian the characters develop in many ways. During Junior's adventures he encounters many changes and finds the people who are there for him. The novel shows that good friends should always be honest through the interactions that Junior, his friends and family have through the story. Junior has helped people with their problems and in turn, they grew closer together. On page 52 Junior is leaving the reservation and Rowdy -- he doesn’t say…

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    Part Time Indian Analysis

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    Twenty two percent of Indians in America are poor, this including junior. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie, dealt with very difficult subjects that schools don’t usually address, in which the main character, Junior, suffered. Somehow Junior manages to stay positive through his tough times. In this book, you’ll discover Junior’s journey, as a poor Indian living on the reservation. Living life on the reservation but going to school in Reardon must be very hard for…

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