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  • Pseudonyms

    argues for the use of pseudonyms or fake names in life and online. Some people say that the use of fake names is a form of lying and others say that fake names are used to manage impressions that they make (Donath 513). Although alter egos are seen bad in the society, but they are useful and valuable in many situations. Using pseudonymous names can persist our privacy and dignity. The use of fake names establish a local identity, people can build a history under their fake names. People use pseudonyms in order to be free to discuss everything they want under these fake names. Nowadays, many countries allow people to use such names and to participate more in making history under fake names. Pseudonyms encourage civility and preserve privacy, under these names; we can do whatever we want without abusing our privacy (Donath 515). For…

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  • Stephen King Changed My Name

    time and to try different genres. He has used names such as Richard Bachman, and more. He also embraced the Bachman name to allow him to analyze his own success, one question he is asked is, and is quoted in the article, “Was he successful because of his talent or because of luck?” Stephen King says he does not have an answer but the books show something more, His Book Thinner, released under Bachman’s name, Sold about 28,000 copies, but soon after releasing it he then released it as a Stephen…

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  • Descriptive Essay About My Name

    Names comes in all shapes and sizes. Just by taking a gander at our names, we can view into a window to the past. Last names are the utmost important part of anyone’s name, since it is past done from generation to generation. The meaning and the way names are spelled changes over time and across the world. Our names, meanings, nicknames, and why we were named what we were, are just a few ways that shape are uniqueness. Originating from the Greek name Alexandros, Alexander signified "shielding…

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  • Client Pseudonym Case Study

    Intern: __Craig Crawford_____________ Date:__7-23-16____________________ PR#__4_____ Western New Mexico University’s School of Social Work MSW Program Advanced Year Process Recording Template I. Client Pseudonym: (Disguise your client’s name) You may use initials, fictional character names etc. __Kevin Hart _______________________ II. Basic Demographics: (age, gender, socio demographic status, etc.): This section should include much detail about every client/participant in the…

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  • 19th Century Shakespeare Authorship Theory

    different characters in many of Shakespeare’s work, and why much of the political themes found in his plays have a common theme of the ill outcomes of stealing power; much of Queen Elizabeth’s life was spent trying to keep her power from the hands of enemies. Edward de Vere could not have been the author of any Shakespearean work. According to the documentary the Earl of Oxford would have used the pseudonym “William Shakespeare” because it was dishonorable for noblemen to write for entertainment…

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  • Ender's Game Literary Analysis

    Throughout childhood, Valentine and Peter’s relationship wavers from the extremes of violent apprehension to mutual support, and they decide to accomplish a major attribution -a vital impact on society’s perception- by becoming authors of a newspaper column, which critiques government policy. As they mention possible names and attributes of the column, it appears as, “[t]hey were obvious pseudonyms, but that was part of the plan…[p]eople may be shocked that Demosthenes and Locke are two kids,…

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  • Dystopia In Stephen King's The Running Man

    Stephen King’s novel, The Running Man, describes a science fiction dystopia where capitalism and game shows have swirled out of control. Stephen King wrote this novel in the early 1980s under the pseudonym, Richard Bachman. King wanted to advance his way of writing and attempt a different style that required him to take a fictitious name. King wanted his new writing style to be in a different voice and wanted to avoid criticism. In the early 1970s, there was a feeling in the publishing business…

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  • Similarities Between Fear And Trembling Kierkegaard

    secrecy of faith as transcending the rational, ethical conception of Christ, and as the way by which the individual can set out on the process of becoming and selfhood. The following paper is an inquiry into Kierkegaard’s conception of secrecy, it’s significance in attainment of the proper Christian faith, and as a result, the individual’s transition into selfhood and subjective appropriation of truth. Perhaps the most distinguishable characteristic of Kierkegaard’s writings is his use of…

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  • The Influence Of Anonymity On The Internet

    or censorship. Other nations, like China, do not guarantee this right to their citizens. Though China has gone through lengths to deny their citizens of the anonymity of the Internet (Zhixu), other nations may make use of the Internet and anonymity to express their opinions of their government (Palme). As with any society, there will be some subjects that are divisive to the people. If one were to publicly declare their stance on the subject, they may be targeted by groups that disagree with…

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  • What Was The Importance Of Literacy For Jacobs

    it so they must not judge her and this is why a stern voice is used towards her readers. Jacobs’s goal was to rally white women by convincing them that their shared feminism is more important than anything. She wants her white “sisters” to come together to fight against what is going on in slavery and for their own rights that men are deny them. Jacobs was forced to use a pseudonym for her narrative because her request for an amanuensis was rejected. Jacobs was also a victim of the Fugitive…

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