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    Symbolic capital is gained when a child has been socialised at home to suit the tastes and preferences of those who are middle class, symbolic capital is the basis of status and recognition from the school are all deemed to possess worth and value. This gains respect for those who gain capital as they are seen as better and of higher social status than those who lack these qualities. Schools tend to devalue the tastes and preferences of the working class pupils as they are seen as worthless and tasteless. Bordieu, a sociologist who studied pupil class identities, called this process the withholding of symbolic capital which means to devalue the preferences of those who are seen as lesser than others. This was named symbolic violence which represents the class structure ad determines the tastes, preferences and values of those who are of lesser social class as inferior.…

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    No Exit Symbolism

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    done in a quick, crisp, and deliberate motions and right before each main character found themselves in the room. As previously stated, this action signified the death and condemnation of each character by the moment when it occurs. Another action that’s pretty important is the action the main characters make when they say crying. The action consists of the character stretching their arm in front of them in a manner of one pulling a string connected to their body away from them. The reason this…

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    The next frame that I will share my insight on is the political frame. The 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…

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    the ghosts are simply projections of the governess’ unconscious or if they are truly haunting both Miles and Flora. These two differing viewpoints are a direct result of James’ use of ambiguity of the text. James’ story then changes from a simple ghost story about a governess, two ghosts, and two children to a story filled with ambiguity and questions, which contribute to the overall uneasy, eerie, and uncanny feeling produced. The development of the uncanny through James’ use of ambiguity…

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    Raisin In The Sun Plant

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    insurance for her deceased husband in the form of a ten-thousand dollar check. This check divides the thought processes of her family. Her and her children want to use it for different purposes, and this causes conflict, and much tension. Mama, in the midst of the conflicting ideas and discussions, keeps a house plant that is close to her for many reasons. The plant is a prominent symbol because it is symbolic of the hope that she still has in her family’s success. The author brings up the…

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    Fatal transgression: Dorian Gray as a symbol of symbolic insupportability Presented with the task of understanding socially constructed self in The Picture of Dorian Gray, it is virtually impossible to evade the questions of gender and sexuality. In the years since its publication, Dorian Gray’s depictions of homoeroticism have garnered much speculation, controversy, and reinterpretation. The aim of this paper is to address commentary on constructions of normative gender behavior, and how…

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    Analysis of the consumer’s experience in “The Loss of Creature” The Grand Canyon is quite the sight to behold, as Walker Percy states in “The Loss of the Creature,” but how can humans embrace their experience of the Grand Canyon if they possess “the symbolic complex which has already been formed in the sightseer’s mind”(1)? This complex which some might not even know they posses. Percy discusses his theory that humans are not getting the full value of life by unintentionally accepting their…

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    Long Walk To Water

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    Water for Nyas' village allows the children to go to school because they are not spending all day walking to get water. An education allows the kids to progress in life and learn to read. For Salva water meant freedom, if he had water he could walk longer and find a safe place to stay. Water represents hope because it allows Salva to stay alive and fight for a place in the world. The title of the book being A Long Walk to Water is very symbolic because literally in Nyas timeline she had a very…

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    the server over the Jesus figure and his companions compensates for the spiritual disparity between the server and the Jesus figure. Yet, by utilizing the placement of the kitchenware, the postures of the figures, and the server’s seeingness and hearingness, Velázquez reveals the server’s physical relationship and symbolic transformation from being the lesser to being equivalent to the Jesus figure. At the bottom right corner of the painting, the clove of garlic is in front of the mortar and…

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    wo uld not have experienced that kind of loss and might not have gained as much enjoyment from the time that I spent with her at the beach. Another example of how the situation affects the “It” is when my grandfather died last year on February seventh. I could not bring myself to feel sad that he had died because his Parkinson’s had progressed to the point that he could no longer communicate. He lost a lot of mobility and the ability to do tasks as simple as brushing his hair. He had also…

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