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When it comes to ethics your thought process becomes increased because every decision you made or ever decided is based on what are your beliefs or presumably what is you ideals or goals perhaps or certain things, for example, you may be a person that believes in analytical ideals such as the results of person that tends to do the greater good for the society rather per person analytical Method seems more research and studies base things like that in...
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Introduction to Hisaye Yamamoto and Her Works Hisaye Yamamoto was a Japanese American, Nisei (“Second Generation”) author. One of her most famous works, Seventeen Syllables, and other short stories, was a collection of short stories produced over her 40-year career. Owing to the nature of Realistic Fiction writing, the short stories of Hisaye Yamamoto reveal her perspective on gender roles in Japanese culture and the generational conflicts between the Issei and Nisei, with her technique of double-telling in her stories....
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SUMMARY In this research paper, the aim is to investigate the attitudes of the Libyan EFL learners towards literature in general, and short stories in particular for developing reading comprehension skills. Also, It discusses the advantages of the use of short-stories in ELT classrooms and the implications of this use of short-stories for the Libyan EFL teachers and learners. Advantages and implication The use of short stories in ELF classrooms for developing language skills has many advantages and implications. Pathan...
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Mao Dun, a famous Chinese writer, said, 'a short story mainly captures a typical segment of life to illustrate a problem or a social phenomenon that is much broader and more complex than itself.' This means that there is a limitation of the length of a short story, that its content cannot take place over a long period of time. This literary form refers to a brief fictional prose narrative that is short in length, usually involving only a few...
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When talking from a perspective of a zealot, imagination overcomes reason when believing that devils and angels are somewhere here in this world. But never believed that they can turn into spirits and kill us. Imagination can overpower reason when a person has a mental disorder. Roderick is not able to distinguish between imagination and reality. He goes to the extreme of ignoring the screamings of his sister whom he buried alive thinking it is the voices inside his head....
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In times of crisis, contemporary parody and satire provide content or creative space that can use humor to navigate taboo or tough topics in our democratic society. Parody and satire can only function in a democratic society that values and protects free speech. Parody and satire aren't just entertainment, they are critical tools to speak truth to power during tough ideological wars and times of cultural upheaval. The goal of good satire and parody is not to slander or demoralize,...
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Humor, as harmless as it usually is, has a great impact on the minds of people. One simple joke can make people think, take a hint on what they need to change or even change their perspective on some topic. That is why satire has a major role in literature. Satire can be defined as „the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices.“ There have always been people on positions they are...
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The setting of the play, The Way of the World, by William Congreve is the Restoration Era, and Congreve, as the author, has taken the help of his own drama to provide his opinion about this age. In the second chapter of the drama, William Congreve provides us a picture about the history of the Restoration Era. With the help of this Socio-cultural and historical approach of the era, Congreve tried to satirize the various things happening in the society...
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S. E. Hinton is best known for her ground-breaking young adult fiction publication of The Outsiders, which she wrote while in high school. The Outsider's very realistic portrayal of adolescent experiences was amazing, as well as the fact that this high-quality novel was written by an adolescent. SE Hinton has said: “I wrote this novel while I was in high school because it was the sort of story I wanted to read”. Hinton was sick of novels with cliché storylines,...
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Everyone cherishes a decent ‘rumble’. The Outsiders highlights fascinating characters; just as thoughtful characters. Before the end of the novel readers even feel frustrated about the genuine 'jerks' in the novel, similar to Dallas. The novel is a The book investigates the need that adolescents feel to be acknowledged by somebody. Adolescents are at a phase in their lives where a significant number of them feel that they don't know who they are or how they fit into society. They...
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The concept of poverty is pervasive throughout the novel The Outsiders and provides a significant representation of the struggles of those living in it. Poverty is the state of being extremely poor and greatly affects the quality of someone’s life. Written by S.E. Hinton, The Outsiders (published 1967) follows the story of a group of juveniles who are discriminated against because of differences in socioeconomic status in society. Poverty in The Outsiders creates division in society and affects a greaser’s...
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S.E Hinton was born, raised, and still lives today in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (“S. E. Hinton Biography.” Encyclopedia of World Biography, Advameg, Inc., ). In Hinton's book, The Outsiders, are rival gangs; this was very similar to what was going on at Will Rogers High School where she attended. The decade Hinton grew up in was based on her writing in, The Outsiders. Hinton wrote during a time where there were not many female authors, because of that, she used her...
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No matter your decisions in life, the group will always support you. In the book the outsiders by S.E Hinton, she shows that grouping is good because it provides protection, they are like a family, and you always have a place to go if you need to Groups are good because they provide protection In the book there are times when Ponyboy or Johnny get into trouble and the gang is always there and ready to help. When Johnny stabs...
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Have you ever looked around and appreciated the beauty around you? It could be the vibrant colours, the sweet melody of your favourite song, the cold feel of snow, the toasty feeling of the sun on a hot day, the wind on your face, the sadness of losing someone special or the feeling of love that captivates you when you’re around family and friends. “The Giver” by Lois Lowry paints a picture in which the characters had never felt these...
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Many of us tend to imagine what an alternative world could look and feel like. Science fiction explores our hopes and dreams for the near future. Having this power makes us escape the everyday world and the challenges we face. The Hunger Games that is produced by both Nina Jacobson, Jon Kilik and The Giver, written by Lois Lowry demonstrates the topic, Nature of Power. The themes Privilege,Survival and Love and sacrifice all represent the overall topic. These three themes...
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The Giver and The Last Dog are two great examples of middle school literature, so they are naturally similar in many areas. The Giver, written by Lois Lowry, touches on the subjects of emotions and memories, and The Last Dog, written by Katherine Paterson, explores the concepts of truth and emotions. A strength of The Giver is the word choice; Lois Lowry makes the reader feel like he/she is there with Jonas. However, sometimes the descriptive words can make the...
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Hero’s Journey What is a hero? A hero is a person who is viewed as someone who is brave and admired for courageous actions including some putting their lives at risk. There are many kinds of heroes, such as a Tragic hero which we read in Beowulf by the unknown Anglo-Saxen poet. A Tragic hero is a hero who possesses a bad quality that ends up taking over and leading to their downfall. Another kind of hero is an Avenging...
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The issue that I have chosen off isidewith.com is just under the title of “First Amendment.” The actual issue is whether or not the government should support separation of church and state by removing references to god on money, federal buildings, national monuments, and in the pledge of allegiance. This topic, while not being as controversial as other things such as abortion or gun control, can be somewhat controversial across the country. The poll off isidewith.com shows that 73% of...
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Pregnancy among teenagers has been a global social, economic, and educational problem among developed, growing, and underdeveloped countries. Our country has a limited study about teenage pregnancy and sex education. That's why we conducted this study to find out what the possible rules, considerations, or policies the public school in San Carlos City can give to these kinds of students to avoid dropping out of school and continue their studies even in their difficult situation. Some teenagers stop going to...
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Introduction The Oxford Dictionary defines teenage pregnancy as the pregnancy between girls ages 13 to 19. It is a global problem that has prompted numerous campaigns and public awareness efforts to reduce its prevalence. The number of adolescent pregnancies has been continuously increasing all over the globe. Like many Asian countries, the Philippines is also grappling with the same problem. In research from the Philippine Statistics Authority, The National Demographic and Health Survey (2013) stated that one out of five...
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Introduction 1.1 Background Although it has declined substantially over the past two decades, the pregnancy rate among girls and women 15 to 19 years of age remains a stubborn public health problem. Each year, more than 600,000 teens become pregnant and 3 in 10 teens will become pregnant before they reach 20 years of age. According to community studies, 10%-40% of young girls have had unintended pregnancies and 14 million children worldwide are born every year to young married and...
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One of the most awkward situations a teen has to go through is the “sex talk” with their parents. One of the biggest fears from parents and teens is the high risk of becoming pregnant after intercourse. There are several methods to prevent unexpected pregnancy such as an implant, sponge, and condoms. One of the most convenient however is the pill. Birth control should be easily accessible to everyone despite the cost or parent approval. When talking about why birth...
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Introduction The feelings of people are private, most people do share feelings. The stigma of sharing suicidal intent is one of the reasons for not sharing all of them. It is the feeling that are not shared or communicated, that leave people with the ideas that there is no other option but death. Once the act of suicide has happened, society tries to find better interventions to prevent death and help offer for the families affected by the death. the...
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Stress is a common problem in the modern world, it is a problem that most people face on a daily basis. The definition of stress can vary, psychologists define stress “as any uncomfortable, emotional experience accompanied by predictable biochemical, physiological and behavior change.” Stress can be defer depending on an individual, stress can be beneficial as one may take it for motivation however, too much stress can be harmful to our health. In this essay, I will be looking at...
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Abstract One in four women will suffer from depression at some point in their life. “Depression is the leading cause of disease-related disability among women in the world today.” (Kessler, 2003) 'In the United States, there are about 15 million people suffering.'(2009, February). Young teenage females are more likely to become depressed than young teenage males. In early childhood, males are at the same risk as girls but are unlikely to suffer from depression in early childhood. Depression is very...
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Introduction This Essay aims to critically compare and contrast the Behavioural Therapy and Cognitive Therapy models for treating clinical depression. I will be focusing on the theories that underline each model, their specific treatment methods, and their effectiveness. I will start by describing depression, and give a brief summary of how depression impacts our society worldwide and how is being assessed and measured in IAPT services. Next, I will critically evaluate the literature available with regards to Behavioural Therapy and...
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Abstract This study scrutinizes the relationship between stress and anxiety among college students. In the study, we tested and explored the relationship that exists in the students' levels of anxiety, and stress with the elements of the working hours among immigrantsimmigrants students and nonimmigrant students. The study was conducted among 67 undergraduate psychology students from Florida Atlantic University, with an average of 23.39 years. The members were requested to complete forms related to the study, such as their age, GPA,...
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Anxiety is a very bad thing to have. You can never get out in public because it scares you. You are afraid of people, you don't like meeting people that you don't know, and you don't do sports, cause you don't like big crowds. My grandpa passed away in 2014, we had just started getting close, he was in the hospital for a while and then finally he told them that he was ready to go. So then they turned...
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The scientific controversy over-vaccination and its foreboding threat has been constantly brought into the debate. Over the past few years, the anti-vaccination group has risen and continues to rise as the days go by. I believe in the vaccination of not just children but of adults as well. The risks and eluding threats of not being vaccinated are far more severe and threatening compared to the minute chances in which receiving a vaccine can result in having autism. Throughout this...
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Vaccines save lives; fear endangers lives. While opposition to vaccines is as old as the vaccines themselves, vaccines work. They have kept children healthy and most importantly, alive. Most vaccines given in childhood years are around 90-99% effective in preventing disease. So why would you keep such an advantage away from your child? The anti-vaccination movement has become a global epidemic, spreading across social media and poisoning people’s minds along the way, resulting in an exponentially increasing number of parents...
3 Pages 1190 Words
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