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    Max von Stephanitz is accredited with the crossbreeding of “working sheep dogs” to create a working dog with stamina. The arrival of the German Shepherd in the Unites States did not take place until 1906. Similar to the Pit-bull and Rottweiler, the German Shepherd is intelligent, loyal, strong, etc. His diet, exercise, training is essential to productivity and coexistence to society (Lewis). The American Kennel Club website provided information of the German Shepherd. The information presented is very similar that of the information provided by John Lewis. American Kennel Club adds that the German Shepherd is the “most popular and recognizable breeds of the AKC.” This popular breed has shown up in the media for more that attacks. “Rin Tin Tin” is a canine character played by a German Shepherd. Other Sources Gavin Davie, author of “Cultivation Theory: How Violence Might Affect Us,” explains that the Cultivation theory articulates the belief of the media messages for regular viewers of the media. This theory is relevant to the affect the media can have on viewers upon seeing headline stories of dog attacks. Zoe Mintz, writer of “Dogs and Wolves Evolved from Common Ancestor, Dog Domestication ‘More Complex’ Than Previously Thought,” explains that a new study may give insight to the more accurate ancestry of dogs and wolves. The genomes for the gray wolves appeared to be more similar to the dingo and African Basenji than that of domesticated dogs. Discovering the genetics…

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    Immigrants come to America in hopes of finding and achieving the “American Dream”. Some do end up achieving this goal, but for a majority of immigrants, they are faced with racism and discrimination because of their culture. When asked for our nationality or where we are from, they do not expect us to say American or America, and when we do, they say “No, where are you REALLY from?” Immigrants are told to assimilate and join the American culture, but when they do so, they are still reminded that…

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    The road of yellow brick is an element in the novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, with additional such roads appearing in The Marvelous Land of Oz and The Patchwork Girl of Oz. The 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, based on the novel, gave it the name by which it is better known, the Yellow Brick Road (it is never referenced by that title in the original novel). In the later film The Wiz, Dorothy has to find the road, as the house was not deposited directly in front of it; in the novel…

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    Rejection is very hard to overcome yet with Jia Jiang simple techniques he is able to overcome them and so are the characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. By overcoming insecurities, using self-improvement and having a clear mission they are able to overcome their rejection. Dorothy and Jia Jiang wife lifts Jia Jiang and the scarecrow up when their insecurities are too much to handle. The lion and Jia Jiang use overcoming fear to self-improve and the Tin Woodman and Jia Jaing use a clear…

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    Although Dorothy is not the typical heroin, since she is a young girl stranded in a foreign land, I believe that she is the heroin in The Wizard of Oz. Throughout her journey, Dorothy shows courage and sensitivity and in the process, manages to touch and change other characters’ lives for the better. Upon landing in Oz after the cyclone, Dorothy managed to kill the Wicked Witch who was clearly affecting the lives of others in a negative way. The munchkins were thankful and happy that…

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    most likely to be the suspect. However any of the students could be the culprit. Mr Hart told Ross everything about who was in the classroom before him and why. Mr Hart said the only people to have been in the classroom were students, teachers and the janitor. This gave an idea of who the culprit was. Detective Ross made some deductions and believed that the suspects were the teachers and students. Suddenly the suspect came to mind. Ross asked Mr Hart where the janitor kept all his belonging.…

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    NBC brings Emerald City, another version of the popular Wizard of Oz. If viewers are looking for a story full of magic but has the taste of Game of Thrones, then Emerald City is it. A new trailer from NBC releases what to expect from Emerald City. It is an adult version of the classic fantasy drama. If Wicked is not adulty enough for theater viewers, this adaptation is definitely it. Grown-up Dorothy The actress who plays Dorothy Gale is Adria Arjona, cites Slash Film. She definitely looks…

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    common sense and foresight is displayed frequently throughout the novel: at the beginning after she is becomes aware of the long journey to the Emerald city she notes her worn leather shoes and looks to the silver shoes and says “They would just be the thing to take a long walk in, for they could never wear out” (12-13). The silver shoes prove to be the device that enables her to return to Kansas; but on a practical level Dorothy makes the proper steps to ensure the completion of her journey to…

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    talking about the importance of Baum’s anthropomorphic character, it is important to understand what anthropomorphic means. Anthropomorphic characters are objects or animals that are given human qualities. Animals have always been apart of fairy tales yet non-are as complex as Baum’s characters, primarily the Scarecrow, Tin Woodsman and Lion. What Baum is clearly doing is giving these anthropomorphic characters is giving them American values seen during the time. All three of these characters…

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    The film Beasts of the Southern Wild is a fantasy drama film set in America, which involves two main characters, Wink and Hushpuppy. Hushpuppy is Wink’s daughter and they both overtake many obstacles together. Spirited away is an animation film whose main characters are a family of three: Chihiro and her parents. The family is moving to another Japanese town when they come across a hidden spirit world that seems like an abandoned theme park. The films Beast of the Southern Wild and Spirited Away…

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