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    1- Slogans reinforce repetition. Slogans are brief, catchy, and memorable phrases that may include labeling and stereotyping. Slogans appear to support reasoned ideas, but they tend to mainly act as emotional appeals. Slogans are devised to influence people’s beliefs to support a certain side and to lower the cognitive load on the recipient and encourage repetition. When a slogan or idea is repeated enough times, it may begin to be taken as the truth. Slogans also tie along to another strategy…

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    In "The Sexualization of Reconstruction Politics: White Women and Black Men in the South after the Civil War," the author, Martha Hodes examines white southerner 's toleration of sexual relationships between white females and black males, post-Civil War. Hodes explores the entwined relationship between black male sexuality and political power and demonstrates a timeline of decreasing toleration whites had of sexual liaisons between black males and white females. The author examines the…

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    Sam Solomon USMC Analysis

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    Sam Solomon USMC In these accounts we are given a peek into Sam Solomon’s life and mindset during World War II. Through three letters, we are given the opportunity to experience this gruesome war from his point of view, which gives us a closer look at this time in history. This account gives us a closer look to daily life in combat during World War II and answers the questions of how this life was conducted by these men in the war. These accounts show us the uncertainty and fear that the…

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    The flaws in the constitution are not limited to intentional ambiguity and vagueness, for major issue can be found in chapter four, which despite not being included within the section marked specifically for listing the rights of Thai people, clearly limits the freedoms of the Thai people and must be addressed. Chapter four is entitled “Duties of the Thai People,” and delineates the relationship between the Thai people and the executive government. The first of these “duties” is listed under…

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    Prezi Argument Essay

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    reveal the truth and add more fun to my presentation. And one of the videos is more about the company aspect. Showing the how the company usually do and the reason they like to put the “natural” labels and barn or leaf. The other video is support my “vagueness” idea, I wrote the Arizona case in my essay. I talked about how the Arizona tea print “100% natural” labels on their products but in fact they contain high fructose corn syrup and citric acid. In the video, the guy questions a box of…

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    The Drunk Poetry Analysis

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    Daniel Bailey is most notably known for his first published collection of poems, “The Drunk Sonnets”, which was composed of 53 sonnets that Bailey wrote while completely intoxicated. In truth, it can’t be proven that he was actually plastered, but he was at least using his best “drunkface”. The Drunk Sonnets were a part of a small genre of poetry affectionately called Drunk Poetry, and all of the authors in this particular genre happened to be restricted to Daniel Bailey’s immediate friend…

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    Post Feminism Essay

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    to most post modernist literary texts, Home is satirical, vague and open-ended. The novel is in a full circle and assumes post modernist outlook in its open ending though Manju Kapur has shown Nisha arriving at a crucial turn in her life. But the vagueness arises from a embarrassment of questions that occur in readers’ intellect despite the so-called ‘joyful ending’ of the story. Questions like how possibly will Nisha give up her business so simply? What occur to Nisha’s…

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    Antibullying Laws

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    States”). Anti-cyberbullying laws and anti-harassment policies are both vulnerable to constitutional challenge based on vagueness. They can also suffer from overbreadth because they forbid protected speech as well as unprotected speech. “While 43 states have anti-bullying statutes, only 21 prohibit cyberbullying”(Anti-Cyberbullying Legislation). And so because of their vagueness and overbreadth, it is likely that many anti-bullying statutes will suffer the same fate as most anti-harassment…

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    The First Amendment forbids the abridgment only of "speech," but it 's been long recognized by the supreme court that its protection does not end at the spoken or written word. The question in the case of Professor Duane will be whether a particular conduct possesses sufficient communicative elements to bring the First Amendment into play, meaning, is there an intent to convey a particularized message with a likelihood that the message would be understood by those who view it. The argument could…

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    what truth and what war she is discussing is never exactly specified, leaving ample room for interpretation. The play has been written in a way that leaves it full of potential and with few limitations, if any. This is achieved through a particular vagueness in regards to which war it is referencing, a deeper message in the monument itself, and an in depth look into both sides of the conflict. Through this, the play takes on an almost unnatural ability to be contextualized into any war and…

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