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    Exposure to Reality As Jennifer Elisabeth said in her book Born Ready, “I feel a resurgence of my 6-year-old self…that little warrior, goddess of a girl reminding me of who I was when I was little, before the world got its hands on me.”In other words, society has corrupted our way of living in our culture. Our own personal culture that we are familiar with and a part of can shape how we view ourselves very deeply. It gives us a defining sense of self and can dictate what our values become. Experiencing another culture could have a negative impact, especially for those who are inexperienced with their own heritage. Since our culture shapes how we react under certain situations, encountering another culture can disrupt it. When we are mixed with other lifestyles, it influences us to forget a part of us, thus losing the importance of our heritage and identity as an individual. In our childhood experience it’s important to be exposed to it because culture shapes the person we are today.Growing up as a naive child affects our perspective of how we view others and the world. Therefore, we lose our innocence and changes our point of view towards the perfect world into a dystopian reality. In "By Any Other Name," two sisters, Premila and Santha, attended an Anglo-Indian school where it consisted of Indian and British students in the time period where the British ruled India. Their original names were also changed to "pretty English names" due to the hard pronunciation according to…

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    Puerto Rico, the reason why Boricuas migrated to New York, and the fact that they are not trespassers. The Female clown is another stereotype that Ramirez- mentions as part of the Latino imagery. The equivalent of the male buffoon, it exemplifies comedy as a way to neutralize a Latina’s sexuality (Ramirez Berg, P.73). This stereotype can be seen in more recent times, like Salma Hayek, who is considered a contemporary female clown. Born in Veracruz, Mexico, Hayek came from a theater and…

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    Families in USA The beginning of the 21st century has witnessed considerable increase in the number of the Latin families living in USA. At present, these are the largest minority group living in USA with the population of around 52 million (US Census Bureau Public Information Office). Considering their number, it is not a matter of wonder to see that these families tend to have very strong influence upon the US society and they have made significant contributions in different walks of life like…

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    Marico Case Study

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    hair care industry and it is now booming at a tremendous rate. The rate at which it is booming can be estimated by the fact that the companies like Bajaj and Godrej are also coming in this market and are extensively investing in it, they are acquiring stakes in established hair care brands. India companies are also acquiring foreign hair care companies like Marico acquired Egypt’s hair care brand ‘Fiancee’ for an undisclosed amount. Dabur bought US hair care company for $100 million. It can…

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    market in Singapore is a very strong one and Burger King can make lucrative businesses there. However, the current global economic downturn has forced Burger King to cope with the rising labor and operational costs while trying to maintain profits. Despite this issue, as of February 2014, Burger King “profits rises on lower costs by 37%” (Stynes, 2015) Social Burger King has taken advantage of using the social and mass media such as magazines and TV advertisements. Some of their ads digitally…

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    other one is holding up a message saying Tree of Hope, Remain Strong. It's really an important yet strong message Frida is giving the viewers. With the message, she seems to be giving herself courage despite all the bad situations she has already been through, from the accident to the various operations she had to go through. Her courage to remain strong despite everything that has gone wrong shows her willingness to move on with her life and live it the best way she can. Following this further…

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    His next project was his first major production. Desperado (1995), another action film, starred Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas. Rodriguez then brought an element of the supernatural to his southwestern-set films with From Dusk to Dawn. The story focuses on two brothers - played by George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino—fighting off vampires while stuck in a small border town. Rodriguez revisited El Mariachi territory with the sequel Once Upon A Time in Mexico (2003). Around this time, Rodriguez…

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    Gwyneth Paltrow, Kobe Bryant, Salma Hayek. If you catch any of these stars sipping from a mug, there’s a good chance it isn’t coffee or tea. That’s because these are just a few of the many celebrities who swear by bone broth for health and healing. You’ve likely heard all about this. Bone broth is the same as most stocks and clear soups with animal products in them. The basic concept is that boiling animal bones imparts the liquid with gelatin, collagen, minerals, and more. So, does drinking…

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    extensive research and calling on their own emotional memories. Upon arriving back to America, she decided to leave The Group Theater. She left because she believed that Lee Strasberg overemphasized emotional memory, they did not cast enough female roles, and some of the members were suspiciously communistic. In 1949 founded the Stella Adler Theatre Studio, It wasn't long until the school lured its most famous student, a young actor named Marlon Brando. Along with Brando, Judy Garland and…

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    to be a pulmonary embolism, but there was never an autopsy done on her body. Due to this, many still speculate that she could’ve died from an overdose, that may or may not have been on purpose. Currently, her house, La Casa Azul, is a museum, that has several of her art works and personal items; Frida’s ashes are also there in an urn. “Since her death, Kahlo’s fame as an artist has only grown... The feminist movement of the 1970s led to renewed interest in her life and work, as Kahlo was viewed…

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