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    political frame is based on heavily on power and decision-making in the organization. The political frame explains power being an important tool in making decisions and power on both sides produces reality and without it things will not happen, and it is also important that power is not always look at as something negative (Bolman, Deal 2013). As a leader one needs to understand were the source of power comes from. Some of the sources of power come from position power, control or rewards,…

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    leadership style. With these contrasting leadership styles, a struggle for power emerges. Ralph, who is an authentic leader, focuses on creating a democratic body. Whereas Jack, who is an autocratic leader, wants ultimate control over the people. Piggy, a laissez-faire leader, prefers to make sure that everyone has genuine ideas. While Simon, who is a transitional leader, motivates and enlightens other members. The conflicting power dynamics between the boys serve…

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    various sources, it is easy to see that homelessness and power go hand and hand when it comes to one’s identity. Homelessness and power, simultaneously, gives one new notions and changes their identity positively and negatively. The home that I grew up in has built a positive foundation for my identity. Home is where I have all of the connections with the people I know and love. An important example of those people being my parents and the power that they have over me in the household. Growing…

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    Passion Over Reason Humans are emotional beings, easily manipulated by a higher power, whether that be a government authority or anyone who holds slightly more power than an individual. Emotions are what drive a person in one direction and onto the next and hugely represent oneself and what they do. Within Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale, emotion plays a huge role in addressing the lessons of humanity. Through ethics, authority, and freedom inside of Atwood’s dystopian society, the reader…

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    Think about the stereotypical raider or pirate. This image presumably portrays a tough, unkempt, and harsh man. This man probably doesn’t really care about others and will do anything to get what he wants, or his treasure, he even steals and lies. Now think about how others view that man and what they think of him. Most would say that he is eerie and intimidating looking, while others may admire him for his bravery and strength. Chaucer would tend to fall in the median of the two views. In the…

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    Lord of the Flies teaches readers about the human condition and how we are naturally power hungry. In Lord of the Flies, the two main characters, Ralph and Jack split up into different groups. They split up because they both wanted power on the island. When Jack and Ralph split up into different groups in Lord of the Flies, it showed us readers that humans are naturally power hungry. Humans are naturally power hungry. After the fire goes out Ralph starts to lecture Jack about how they could…

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    of courage against the fear of power in her novel, Matched. To begin, major characters display a growth of their courageous and rebellious manners. Additionally, the setting aids the development of those characters; while conflicts allow the progress of bravery to overpower society. In which all is supported through literary elements of character, setting and conflict to show greater development of the protagonists’ ability to show courage by challenging the power of society. Characters have the…

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    George Lucas once said, “Power corrupts, and when you're in charge, you start doing things that you think are right, but they're actually not.” This theme is very evident and important in House of the Scorpion as some of the characters are very powerful and cannot properly handle their power. House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer documents the journey of Matt, who is the clone of a powerful drug lord. After being injured, he goes to the Big House and meets this drug lord, who has lived for over…

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    becomes more distracting than productive. The solution is to use the vast powers technology has granted us for good, for knowledge, and then limit the amount of time we spend using our phones as entertainment devices. The fact that we spend a quarter of our lives on these glowing LED screens, it might be important to know what they do to us. The first controversy is social media, where more and more of our interactions with other people have become digital. The concern with this, according to…

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    The path to discovering one's self can be one of the most difficult trails to walk. It can be hard to differ against the social norms to the point where personal growth is made. Conformity is a four syllable noun that holds enough power to contain an individual in the plastic casing of social norms. Cutting apart that plastic casing is exactly what Disney character Fa Mulan, pictured above, is attempting to do. Disney’s Mulan is set in the Han Dynasty, which is considered to be the golden age of…

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