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    Doodle optically discerned his brother as a doting sentinel, but in this case, brother was selfish. He has only availed doodle become mundane for his own good and not fixating on the possible effects that has led to Doodle’s demise. Doodle had always told Brother to never leave him because Doodle cannot be isolated, but pride can enslave people towards a categorical goal and for brother he was bound by it. Brother had his pride which verbalized…

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    broad spectrum ranging from the coercing of societal changes to the biological effect they may have on humans. Regardless of whether or not this reluctance is rationally or scientifically based, it is something that most new forms of technology go through. Currently, there is great debate regarding the benefits and harms of the use of tablets (ex. iPad) by toddlers (1-3 years old). This essay will examine how the effects of tablet on toddlers can greatly vary according to how they are used.…

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    inquiry, and the results drawn from each study, as Levine’s conclusion contradicts that of Latané and Darley’s bystander behaviour theory because the witnesses did not behave in a way that could be explained by applying Latané and Darley’s bystander effect…

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    not a single person taking a stand: the main reason genocide lingers for some time, longer than it should. The research in Psychosocial roots of genocide: risk, prevention, and intervention uses diffusion of responsibility to explain the bystander effect. The personal responsibility of each individual to step up diffuses across the many people involved (Wolf, p. 120). Not one person feels responsible to be the one to make a stand about the issue at hand. Additionally, if there is a consensus of…

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    La Mafia Trailer Analysis

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    targeted at the male audience, as it utilises the violence/action genre. To attract this specified target audience we have used various effects, techniques and made choices affecting things ranging from visual effects to the smallest details. Some examples of these techniques are our choice of camera shot types, length, angles in addition to the special effects used. Many other techniques used to attract our audience are the colour choice, voice over, title cards, pace and music choice. One of…

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    help another in a time of need, people need to discern the reasoning of why they believe it is not their responsibility to intervene. The attack in New York City launched a whole new feel of study into something that became known as the bystander effect—why some people can see something bad happened right before their eyes and failed to act. In 1964 the stabbing of a twenty-eight year old woman coming home from work one night in New…

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    goes through the atmosphere, to the surface where is it absorbed and radiated again as heat. About ninety percent of gasses in the earth’s atmosphere is absorbed of heat of which is radiated back to the surface. This process is called the greenhouse effect. To continue, humans add a lot of extra gasses into the atmosphere, which warms up the whole place. The gasses mainly responsible for this include CO2( the main one), water vapor, methane and nitrous oxide. The gasses are natural, but too much…

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    Ironically I have just received a letter from the UN stating we have reached an all-time high of a one and a half degree Celsius raise. The main reason is from our heightened increase in greenhouse gases. (A gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation, e.g., carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbons.-Google) Before I continue, I will first take you for a walk through time, this will give bases for my proposal action against climate change. Since the beginning of…

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    Discovering a new world below the ocean intrigues me. I have never been one for loving ocean creatures, but I do enjoy learning about the world below us. I found several facts interesting as I read the articles including: how osmosis and salinity functions, how seawater cells move, how pH affects the ocean, how decomposition works in the environment, how upwelling stirs up nutrients, and how water temperature affects organisms. One of the interesting facts discusses why osmosis and salinity…

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    the music world today. In that century, composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Wagner, and many more would have never thought that their music would have played a large role in the 21st century. For years now, researchers have wondered what effects come from listening to classical music and many have found that listening to classical music is beneficial in education while helping improve memory, learning and intelligence. “But much more than learning Mozart or Beethoven happens. Lives are…

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