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A Short Note On El De Las Frutas
como en diversidad. Debido a la facilidad y la conservación de las frutas su practicidad y
disposición en cualquier momento.
El consumidor de la pulpa de frutas desconoce el origen, tratamiento y proceso del producto,
especialmente cuando las compra en los mercados de la ciudad o de la provincia, surgiendo
claramente una fuente de peligro para la salud, que generalmente se suele pasar por alto ya que las
condiciones sanitarias de las frutas son ignoradas, aun cuando no parezca tener en la práctica un
significado mayor, si debe señalarse como un factor a tener en cuenta.
Para garantizar la calidad de un producto es recomendable establecer un sistema de control a través
de la cadena de producción, que incluya los estándares de calidad internacionalmente reconocidos,
de tal manera que se garantice al consumidor un producto que cumple con la normatividad sanitaria.
Esta investigación surge de la necesidad, que existe en la empresa frutas del cesar/Humberto Sáenz
de garantizar la calidad de productos; para ello ha sido seleccionada para la aplicación de la
normatividad ISO 9000.
En la investigación el control de calidad cumple un papel importante, porque se desea detectar
aquellos aspectos que no se están cumpliendo y entregar recomendaciones sobre el proceso
productivo óptimo.
4. DELIMITACIÓN.
La investigación se realizara durante el primer y segundo semestre del año 2015 en el municipio de
Valledupar en su área urbana, capital del Departamento del Cesar, para ello
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A Review of Psycho Essay
A Review of Psycho
He was known to his audience as the 'Master of Suspense' and what Hitchcock mastered was not
only the art of making films but also the task of taming his own mad imagination Hitchcock told his
stories through intelligent plots, witty dialogue and a spoonful of mystery and murder. In doing so,
he inspired a new generation of filmmakers and revolutionized the thriller genre, making him a
worldwide legend. His brilliance was sometimes too bright: He was hated as well as loved,
oversimplified as well as over analyzed. Hitchcock was eccentric, demanding, inventive,
impassioned and he had a great sense of British humour.
The story Psycho has an interesting plot. It starts off ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He checks up on her and asks if she is OK. I think most people would if you saw this woman
sleeping in her car on the side of a main road. The Sheriff suggests that the she should have slept in
a Motel and he asks her why she didn't. When Marion leaves it appears as if the Sheriff is following
her but its just Marion's paranoid imagination as the Sheriff turns off at an exit along the freeway.
It's the money that does it!
As she has been told by an authority of the law she, unusually, does what he says. I say unusually
because in this day and age... well. It start to get dark again and it starts to rain. Whilst she is driving
she catches a glimpse of a sign for the Bates' Motel and pulls into it. When she gets out of her car
she waits, knocking at the door of the Motel's office. In the house on the hill there is figure moving
around and it peeps out of the window, like a little old lady but not. The figure comes rushing down
quickly to let Marion the soaked rat into the office for a room. The man who greets her introduces
himself as Norman Bates, the proprietor of the Bates Motel. He starts to gas on like an old woman
and Marion, not wanting to talk and just to sleep, tries to end the conversation. Unfortunately for her
Norman offers her some sandwiches and milk, very homely and thoughtful you must say. She
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Censorship and Selection Essay
Introduction Censorship is a dirty word to information professionals. Attempts by individuals or
groups to restrict the public from reading, hearing or viewing certain materials due to their content,
is enough to send librarian's and organizations such as the American Library Association, to the
proverbial battle field. However, information professionals from all fields have to make choices
about what to include and what not to include in their particular library's collection. How are these
selections made? What causes one item to be selected instead of another? The distinction between
censorship and selection is infinitesimal, dependent mainly upon the role of the individuals
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22). One form of silent censorship occurs out of fear of challenges (Kampen & Spino, 2007, p. 223).
Allen (2007) notes the difficult balance an information professional must make when making
selection decisions. Information professionals working in a school must contend with fear of
reprisals from those within the school system. (p. 5). Author Norma Fox Mazer (1997) relates how a
principal of a school allowed the fear of possible reprisals from the community to cancel Mazer's
scheduled visit which had been arranged for nearly a year. As well as another incident where Mazer
and another author were scheduled to visit a school, but were asked to not discuss a particular book.
(p. 46–48). Another form of silent censorship occurs when the information professional decides for
personal reasons or "perceived community standards" ( Kampen & Spino, 2007, p. 223) to not select
an item. Staples (1996) discusses how some books 'disappear' (para. 6) from library shelves, either
due to a parent who does not want to go through the process of a challenge, or a librarian who fears
for their job. Information professionals have to be ever more selective about what they purchase for
their collections due to ever decreasing budgets. Publishers and authors, cognizant of possible issues
with certain topics and words, are also much more careful about what they accept for publication
and what they write about. (paras.
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Separation Between Church And State
Over the years many things have changed, the clothes people wear, the music they listen to and the
cars the drive. We live in a society where things can change in the blink of an eye, but is change
always good? Could things change because things have been taken out of context? That is just what
has happened to Thomas Jefferson. Has the true meaning of Thomas Jefferson's "Separation
between Church and State" taken out of context today?
One side defends that the true context remains intact. Saying that religion should play no part in the
government what so ever. Saying that a political leadership based on religious convictions can harm
the freedom of citizens who do not belong to the majority religion. Arguing that religion–based
attempts to limit reproductive rights have been particularly contentious in America. A Connecticut
law banning the use of contraceptives was struck down by the Supreme Court in 1965. A similar
Massachusetts law was defeated in 1972, followed the next year by the court 's landmark Roe v.
Wade ruling that a woman has the right to choose abortion.
They also argue that the government should not allow prayer to be in schools. Praising the 1962, the
U.S. Supreme Court banning of prayer and religious readings from public schools. Saying that
school prayer assumes that all students believe in God, and that a given prayer might be applicable
to all different faiths that could be practiced among students. It is much more likely that the typical
prayer or
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Essay about Good vs. Evil in Psycho
Psycho
"Psycho" is a classic suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock which features a central female
protagonist, a seemingly ordinary young woman named Marion Crane, who crosses paths with a
dangerous mentally ill motel owner, Norman Bates. As their strange relationship develops, a
dominant theme of good versus evil is introduced to the audience through the use of
characterisation, editing, mise–en–scene and various other media techniques.
From the outset, Hitchcock introduces an initial theme of good versus evil during the opening
credits. The title scene could be seen as a reflection of the personality of Norman Bates as the credits
themselves are presented as fragmented titles which come together as one on the screen but then ...
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In a similar shot, only half of his face is shown and this clearly symbolises the fact that only one half
of him can ever be fully good at any one time – the other half will always remain evil. However,
sympathy is also evoked for Norman in this scene as we see that his mother takes an instant dislike
to Marion – something which you would not normally see between two strangers. We see how close
– and slightly strange – the relationship between Norman and his mother and the unnatural
dependence they have on each other, showing that Norman is trapped in his current situation and
making him seem like a good person. A similar effect is used throughout the scene in Norman's
parlour by with the use of light and dark as the lighting picks out significant features such as only
one side of Norman's face and the underside of the owl's wings. The owl with its wings spread
signifies his mother controlling his mind and shows that she is ever present, although we never see
her, even when he is behaving normally she will always be inside his mind, therefore making the
viewer feel sympathetic towards him as he has no control over his actions. Conversely, framing him
next to an owl may suggest that Norman is a predator and the owl is his equal. Like the owl, many
other birds are featured in the parlour scene, linking back to the recurring theme. Framing Marion
next to them when she first enters the room makes her seem vulnerable and presents her as equal
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Sexual Assault Case Study
Results/Discussion
General Findings From the 186 articles looked in the study, private schools where found to have the
smallest number of articles published. The smallest schools with seven articles is Gettysburg
College. Public schools have the most articles published, with Penn State University having 32
articles published. Topics that were barely mentioned were class year, alcohol and drug use, policy,
and demographics. As a part of demographics, race was only mentioned ones or twice.
Vague Descriptions
Specifics with victim
All of the articles for different type of schools used very vague language when describing the victim
of the sexual assault. Ivy League schools talk generally about the victims in media articles published
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The use of age also appears in Penn State University, and Pittsburg University. Since the schools are
much larger, the inclusion of age will not help anyone narrow down who the victim is. While most
of the stories do not give much information on the victim, there are a select few per school that give
much more detail about the victims.
Specifics with Offenders
Offenders also have very broad names. Interestingly if an offender is a part of a sports team or
fraternity they are more likely to be named, for example, Wolfange Ballinger from Psi Upsilon and.
All types of schools also discussed the offender in general terms. The offenders are called, John doe,
guy, friend, trusted guy, football player, soccer team, male, 21–year–old, member of Psi Upsilon,
John Doe, and basketball player. Only one of the victims were identified as African American who
attended University of Pennsylvania. Two schools identified actual individuals. Cornell cited that
Wolfgang Ballinger was an offender, who was also a member of Psi Upsilon fraternity. Ballinger
was also president of the fraternity. An example of how news articles from the New York Times
about Harvard use the vague language, "It said that in March 2013, Ms. Leader and a fellow student,
identified only as John Doe 1, started a relationship that grew over time to include contact in which
he
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Norma Rae and Labor Issues
The movie Norma Rae is about a southern mill worker who helps revolutionize and unionize a small
town. The conditions at the southern cotton textile factory were intolerable and management was
abusive. In the summer of 1978, a union organizer from New York came to this small town and
approached the employees at the cotton factory to start a union. The union organizer, the mill
workers and the management of the factory had very different perspectives as to the ramifications of
starting a union. PERSPECTIVE OF THE UNION ORGANIZER Warshovsky was a New York
City operative who came to the cotton factory to help the employees organize a union. He knew
from his experience that it was not going to be an easy task but he believed very ... Show more
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The mill workers felt that they simply did not have any other options and feared the punitive steps
management would take if they unionized. Indeed, this appeared to be the case. When several
employees expressed a tentative interest in the union, management reduced their work days, and,
consequently, their pay. The mill's management used many other scare tactics to try and persuade
employees to reject the union. Opinion turned when working conditions directly contributed to the
death of an employee. This employee had not felt well and requested some time to rest. The
supervisor rejected his request and the employee subsequently died at his workplace. Following this
incident, which clearly demonstrated the poor condition of their employment, many employees
began to express an interest in the union. Until that point the workers did not feel that they had a
chance of making a difference. The lack of education and management intimidation had their
desired effect until they realized that unionization was their only opportunity for a better work
environment. They took their chances and worked hard to unionize. PERSPECTIVE OF
MANAGEMENT The mill's owners and managers had little impetus to change the way in which
they had always conducted business and treated employees. With limited employment options in the
area, the majority of the people who lived in the town were mill employees. This was
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Analysis Of The Movie 'Forbidden Lie $'
If lying was a job for Norma Khouri, she truly would have been a billionaire by the end of Anna
Broinowski's enthralling documentary, "Forbidden Lie$". Documentaries and films are seen as a
reliable medium for providing facts and information yet even after having seen this riveting
documentary, you'll find yourself questioning the integrity of the entire documentary. With
Broinowski gaining a great sense of authority over this text right from the start, she paves the stones
in leading the viewer to eventually gain a greater sense of authority over the film's meaning. Anna
Broinowski attempts to pull Norma Khouri apart at the seams in Forbidden Lie$, to finally unravel
the ball of lies crafted by the pathological liar herself. This elaborate documentary follows the story
of the infamous Norma Khouri from all possible angles, while subsequently proving the words of
Christopher Nolan. That "the 'truth' is indeed stranger than fiction."
"Forbidden Lie$" goes back in time to 2003, to where Norma purportedly recounts the story of her
Muslim best friend Dalia and the forbidden romance between Dalia and a Christian soldier Michael.
The fascinatingly fabricated story begins with Dalia and Michael meeting at Norma and Dalia's
unisex salon in Jordan, where Dalia falls in 'love at first sight' with Michael and proceeds to secretly
meet up with him on a number of occasions. According to Khouri's atrocious novel, this forbidden
love leads to the demise of Dalia, after her father and
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Norma Rae Labour Rights Issues
The movie "Norma Rae" is about a young woman by the name of Norma Rae Webster, a factory
worker at the O.P. Henley Textile Mill. The factories work in substandard conditions and make very
little money. When a union organizer from New York by the name of Warshowsky comes to town,
everyone is reluctant, except Norma Rae. After hearing him speak about unions, she becomes
dedicated to forming one for the mill. No stranger to causing disruptions as work, she jumps right in,
unaffected by everyone's dismissal and anger at the prospect of starting a union. When her father
dies at work after being denied an early break, Norma Rae becomes more determined than ever. The
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The first one took place in New York in 1768 when a group of tailors decided to fight against a pay
cut. Since then, they have been instrumental in fighting for labor rights (History.com) In the United
States, there are laws that, with limitations, protect the right for workers' strikes. The legal strikes
are over issues such as labor practices or unfair pay for work. Illegal strikes include those done for
purposes that are illegal themselves (National Labor Relations Board. A strike can also be deemed
illegal if the strikers become violent or threaten violence (National Labor Relations
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Bullying In 'Tuesday Of The Other June' By Norma Fox Mazer
"Tuesday of the Other June'' by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic fiction genre about a girl named June
and how her life gets affected by bullying. In the beginning, a girl named June goes to swim classes.
Another girl named June, is mean and also goes to swim class. Mean June tells nice June not to have
the same name as her (June). Mean June gives nice june a nickname called fish eyes. Soon, mean
June starts to pick on nice June. Mean June pinches her, ties her braids together, steps on her feet,
hides her clothes and calls her names. In the end, nice June and her mom move to a different house.
Nice June thought she got rid of mean June until she saw her standing at a house on the way to her
new house. Nice June slouched down in her seat, hoping mean June wouldn't see her but she did!
This story shows that being bullied affects nice June's life in many ways.
One reason that June's life gets affected is by being bullied physically. In paragraph 35, mean June is
hurting nice June in the locker room. When nice June gets home, she has many bruises and marks.
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Nice June is a girl that gets bullied for having the same name as a girl in swim class. Nice June gets
a nickname from mean June, called Fish Eyes. Nice June says her name is June but then mean June
just pinches her. This is where the physically bullying stage begins. Nice June's life gets affected by
being bullied mentally. Mean June (the bully) picks on nice June still, but uses mean words and a
few actions. Nice June's life gets affected by being bullied emotionally. Mean June hurts nice June
so much, that her feelings get involved in the bullying. But there is a difference between bullying
and being jerks. Bullying is doing something mean to someone constantly and every day. Being a
jerk on the other hand is just being mean but mean June is a bully, not a jerk. Tuesday of the Other
June is a story that shows that kids can get bullied in many different
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Speech: Should "Wuthering heights" be made relevant in...
Should Wuthering Heights be considered relevant in today's society? I say, yes. Although I must
admit, I was very close to hating this book, not only because of the confusing situations which
occurs and my dislike towards all characters, but also for much more reasons that I don't wish to
point out at this moment for that we shall be here for a terribly long time if I did.
However, I must also admit, the context of this book, "Wuthering Heights", have portrayed many
relevant themes that are still existing today, even as I speak.
Catherine's decision of marriage is one example. "My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks
beneath: a source of little visible delight, but necessary Nelly, I am Heathcliff." In this quote,
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They grew up protecting and trying to shelter each other from the abuse of Hindley and Joseph.
Consequently, they developed an eternal friendship, love and affinity. One could say that they were
soul mates even children. Bronte expands the notion of eternal love by creating the supernatural
aspect in the story. This is illustrated when Heathcliff contacts Catherine's spirit after she dies. Their
souls are eternally joined so as a result, Heathcliff cannot live in this realm without her. Only their
souls joined together make one. Heathcliff eventually dies to reunite his soul with Catherine.
Another aspect which is relevant today and forever it shall remain relevant is selfishness. Catherine's
selfish character was depicted when she wanted both Edgar and Heathcliff at the same time. In the
beginning, she was introduced as a 'high spirited' character who was wild. However, she drastically
changes throughout the book. When she hurts her leg and is forced to stay at Thrushcross Grange,
she returns to Wuthering Heights as a well dressed and dignified lady. She was easily swayed to the
superior lifestyle of the Lintons and began to look down upon Heathcliff. She even laughs at his
rough and dirty appearance and says "I didn't mean to laugh at you. I could not hinder myself
Heathcliff. Shake hands at least! What are you sulky for? It was only that you looked odd. If you
wash you face and brush your hair, it would be alright. But you are
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Etruscan Vocabulary And Grammar
7. Etruscan Vocabulary and Grammar. Scholars have deciphered little information about the
Etruscan grammar in fact, we know that in Etruscan the nouns have masculine and feminine forms.
Nevertheless, the nominal and verbal are modified by suffixes rather than prefixes. In English, we
used (–– removed HTML ––) to indicates that verb happened in the past Etruscan they have the
same thing they use (–– removed HTML ––) for the past tense. They use the letters (–– removed
HTML ––) , (–– removed HTML ––) as a copulative conjunction. They have three kinds of tenses
such as, Present active, Etruscan used it rarely and they add the suffix –e to it. The second verb is
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They were written in gold and there are three of them. One is written in Phoenician and the other
two are in Etruscan, these tablets are bilingual. Today this tablet considered as the oldest historical
tablets of Italy among the known inscriptions. It includes a dedication by King Thefarie to the
Phoenician goddess Astarte. (9) Pyrgi Tablets with Phoenician, and Etruscan Inscription.
https://goo.gl/images/LWC5Ap Here are three part of the Pyrgi gold tablets one is written in
Phoenician and other two in Etruscan, C.500BC. 10. Etruscan Numeral. We know a few of the
numerals but not all of them because they are not deciphered yet or we can read them but we cannot
understand the meaning. Etruscan people made a pair of dice called the Tuscania dice they found it
in 1848. The numbers in the opposite sides add up to seven like 1+6, 2+5, and 4+3. The words on
the die are named as, sa, zal, huth, mach, thu, ci. After a study on these names they found that the
number means something, for example, the word 'ci' means three, 'sa' means four, 'thu' means one,
'mach' means five, 'huth' six. (10) Etruscan Numbers. Gloss Etruscan numerals '11' thusar '14'
huthzar '16'
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Sunset Howard Dishonesty Quotes
Sunset Boulevard is a film noir movie that was released in 1950. When looked at, the main character
Joe Gillis, portrayed by William Holden, can be seen as an anti–hero. Joe shows his anti–heroic
behavior in many ways. For example, he is dishonest, he uses the people around him, and he also is
only focused on elevating himself. One of the many examples of the dishonesty of Joe. One of the
most notable examples of his is when he meets Norma Desmond, portrayed by Gloria Swanson. He
starts out being noble by telling her that she should rethink let him look over the script, however, he
quickly becomes crooked. He tells her falsehoods to try and extort money out of her. This
transforms into him taking advantage of the situation.
He starts by taking advantage of Norma as the movie continues. Again, Joe starts being somewhat
noble by trying to tell Norma that he does not need to move into the house but stay at his apartment.
But, this changes when Norma tells him that everything has been paid for. He quickly drops the
argument and starts to live there. He also lets her buy him fancy suits and gifts without much if any
argument. It can also be seen that he is more concerned about the money and his elevating status ...
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At the end of the movie when Betty confesses her feelings, he lacks care that she is his friend's
fiance, but that he can have a woman that he cares for and still have the perks of living with Norma.
When Betty comes over to the house he has to make the decision of what he wants, he shows off all
the perks he has by staying there; a home theater, private pool, the famous people that have been
there. Showing that he cares for the elevation in status and the money. He does not care about
Betty's feelings toward him, but rather what he can have by staying with
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Norma Rae Social Issues
Norma Rae is a film featuring a lowly paid cotton mill worker, whose health has been affected by
the poor working conditions. She is a single parent of two, who has flings with random men to take
away her loneliness. To cover up her protests, the company promotes her to a position where the
lady gets a higher pay. Fellow employees regard her as a traitor, and she ends up asking for a
demotion. A divorcee with one daughter, who was a co–worker at the factory proposes marriage to
her. Reuben Warshowsky's speech on union organization and the death of her father at the mill
makes her push hard for that fight. It, however, brings conflict with her husband, Sonny. In
retaliation, the management attempts to disrupt the efforts through dividing shifts
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Scarlet Letter Quote Analysis
"Part of me felt I was stronger, more reasonable and more reliable than my Enishte, and part of me
was dwelling on the cost of the caftan that I'd purchased on the way here to meet with this man
who'd denied me his daughter's hand and on the silver bridle and hand–worked saddle of the horse
which, soon after going downstairs, I'd take out of the stable and ride away" (Pamuk 33). Black
comes back to Istanbul after twelve years of exile during his own bastinado. The man who exiled
him was his uncle, Enishte. Black pronounces his love for his cousin, Enishte's daughter angered his
uncle exiles him. Enishte is clear with his bridle toward Black. On his way to see him Black begins
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Enishte did not have the right to exile him from Istanbul as a whole. Instead, he could have fired
him as an apprentice and told him he was unable to come back to their house. No matter what he is
still his uncle and should help him. Black was ambling for twelve years without family and without
purpose left with nothing not even as much as a caravansary. His home changed and his family died,
though he was unable to see them and deal with his issues properly because he was not able to be in
Istanbul. Concerned, his uncle thinks about what was best for his daughter, yet, he took the subject
to seriously by banishing him and asking to leave his family, home, and entire life behind because
he did not want him to marry or have contact with his
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Pros And Cons Of Nissan Plant Workers
In this VICE video, there is a discussion on the why or why not workers at the Nissan plant in
Canton, Mississippi should vote to allow the UAW to come into the facility. The short documentary
focuses on 2 different workers at the plant to show each side of the argument. Betty Jones is an
engine quality tester who is very pro–union, whereas Tony Hobson is a night shift forklift driver
who is strongly against joining the UAW. Each side of the argument had many different Pro's and
Con's they discussed in the video. The UAW used many different techniques to pitch their side of
the argument. Their main point they used is that " Unionizing the Nissan plant is the next rung in the
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(Insert stat of unions). According to James Sherk, a senior policy analyst in labor economics, the
main reason we are seeing a declining member in unions is because unions have not adapted to the
modern workplace. Many of the most powerful unions today were formed in the early to mid–1900's
when manufacturing and working in factories was popular in the job industry; whereas today, many
workers are placed in offices. For example, the New York Public School system voted in 1961to
organize a new union, so no one teaching today had a vote I the forming of the organization that
represents them today. The landscape of the economy and workplace has changed drastically since
then. Sherks states "Most employers today value employees for their skills and abilities – "human
resources" – instead of seeing them as interchangeable cogs on the assembly line. Employees also
expect to be rewarded for what they bring to the table". This is the exact opposite of the purpose of a
union. Unions bring everyone together as a single entity rather than individuals. Workers want to be
able to work as individuals rather than groups of workers so that they can be promoted fasted
because it is based on skill and knowledge rather than seniority or other way unions typically
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Psycho Movie Analysis
The movie that I chose to do my movie review over is Psycho. In this movie a young woman,
Marion, is having a sexual relationship with this man that she does not know is married to another
woman. Marion works for a company doing the financial needs, and one day she is given a suitcase
that is she is suppose to take to the bank for her boss. She ends up stealing the money, leaving town
and booking her way to see her lover. A few incidences happen to her while she makes her way to
her man, but it is when she gets to the Bates Motel that things start to get psychology weird. When
she reaches the hotel there is a man there by the name of Norman Bates. Norman is not normal at
all, he is struggling from a multiperson disorder and inability to know wrong and right. He tells the
Marion that his mother is alive and living in the house but really she is dead, he had killed her
previously. He goes into details to Marion about his relationship with his dead mother. Marion, is
very intrigued and happy to hear what Norman has to say about his and his mother relationship, but
tells Norman she needs to get herself ready for the man she had come to see. As Marion organizes
herself and makes her way to the shower, Norman is in the hotel office, through a hole in the wall
behind a hanging picture, watching her get undressed. He watches for a solid five minutes before the
scene changes to him running at the shower curtain swinging a knife and killing Marion. During this
part of the movie, you
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Callie Khouri's Thelma and Louise
Even in today's growing world of feminism, young girls, as well as grown women, are being taught
by the media to organize their lives around men. Their needs, expectations, work schedules, ideas,
and interests become second to the men in their lives. All too often the media associates power and
status to men, only to strengthen the barriers between the male and female genders. Take for
example Hollywood, where "women get only about a third of all movie and TV roles, and last year
earned less than male actors in all age categories..."(Eby, 1). And even though gender should not be
used as the determining factor of what one can and cannot do, Hollywood, as well as everywhere
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This scene itself carries a great deal of symbolism. Harlan, the rapist who is eventually shot,
becomes a representation of all things that hold women back. He becomes the wall which holds
back women from fulfilling their "wishes, ambitions, pleasures, and impulses"(NY Times, 1991).
Thelma is who we are, a prisoner behind this wall and Louise is who we want to become... the
prisoner who breaks free and confronts those who held her back.
Another cathartic scene is that in which Thelma and Louise confront the truck driver who has been
harassing them the entire distance of their road trip. That truck driver is someone almost every
woman has dealt with at some time or another. "There is not a woman in the world who has not dealt
with that guy. He is out there in force, but when you're walking down the street and guys do that,
what you're supposed to do as a woman is ignore it"(LA Times, 1991). After ignoring the truck
driver throughout most of the movie, Thelma and Louise take a stand, not only for themselves but
also for all the women who have wished they could say something back, but haven't for whatever
reason it may be. All the suppressed emotions and unsaid words of both the woman on screen and
those sitting in the audience manifest themselves into an explosion which blows up the truck driver's
sense of power... not to mention the truck itself.
Feminism has often been
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Thelma and Louise Essay examples
Thelma and Louise
"Thelma and Louise" dramatises the ongoing battle of the sexes, or rather, women's struggle against
men in a patriarchal society. This was the only reason for its success. Write a review of the film in
which you comment on this statement.
The feminist film "Thelma and Louise" was produced in 1991. This production was directed by
Ridley Scott and the screenplay was written by Callie Khouri. It starred various actresses and actors.
In the main roles were Geena Davis (Thelma) and Susan Sarandon (Louise). Other roles were
played by Brad Pitt (JD), Harvey Keitel (Hal), Michael Madsen (Jimmy) and lastly Christopher
McDonald (Darryl).
The film portrays the life of two young best ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
drinking so much that they were seriously drunk, shooting people, committing crimes such as
robbery and theft and also carrying guns. On the other hand other critics believed that the film
showed the powerful and strong world of women and it was nice to see two women fighting and
refusing to give into the likes of the male dominated world and to the unjust society.
Inequality in society has a very powerful effect on the media as there are a number of different TV
programmes that relate to the life of women only. Take, for example, "Sex and the City." This
programme is based around four successful young women, all of whom are having wonderful
independent lives with a great careers and fantastic lives, showing women that they can do the same.
Another example of a TV Programme is "Murder, she wrote." This programme is based around a
woman detective. It is unique as the detective is a woman and she is successful in her line of work,
most people would be stereotypical and think that only men can do the detective work. Another
example of women in the media, is that of an article on testosterone, which appeared in the Daily
Mail. A journalist explains how women were injecting themselves with this dangerous substance in
order to boost their confidence and brain–power. Even
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Norma Rae Essay
Norma Rae
In the film Norma Rae, the textile workers were unsatisfied with many aspects of their Capitalistic
work environment. They fought to form a union so that they could change the undesirable
characteristics to better meet their needs. Political, environmental and cultural processes all played a
part in the workers struggle to form an effective union. Unlike the film, Matewan, in which the coal
miners worked under feudal control, the employees of the O.P. Henley Mill worked amidst a
Capitalistic Economy. The key difference between the two, is that the inhabitants of the town of
Matewan did not have other choices of employment and the characters in Norma Rae had the ability
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Andrew West writes, "Capitalism is the progressive ideal, because it is the only social system that
leaves man free to pursue – and achieve – his own happiness." The workers in Norma Rae were
pursuing happiness in their jobs. They had already chosen to work at the mill, but now were fighting
to create a more suitable environment. The workers wanted longer breaks, better pay, and better
physical working conditions. The working conditions at the O.P Henley Mill were very undesirable.
In the beginning of the film the viewer witnesses and incident in which Norma Rae's mother
temporarily looses her hearing. An administrative man assures her not to worry about it, "It happens
all the time," he replied. Norma Rae says, " Come on Mama, they don't care anything about you."
The health of the worker is consistently shown to be of little importance to the employer. An elderly
woman explained, "They say you have to keep on your feet, unless you have a note from your
doctor. We wouldn't say we were sick if we weren't." Her statement is reinforced later in the movie
when Norma Rae's father feels his arm go numb. He asks to take a break, but they insist that he can
keep working for another ten or fifteen minutes. He has a heart attack and dies face down in a pile of
linen. The significance of this is not that the company caused his heart attack, but that they did not
have consideration for him. They did not listen to his complaints and needs,
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Psychology Of The Movie Psycho
The movie Psycho was directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1960. When Psycho was first released they
implemented a rule that no one could come into the movie late, and I guess that was a thing that
happened a lot back then. People were just like "I got a few minutes, let me go into this movie, I
don't care if it started." But they were having none of that with Psycho. Once the movie started the
doors were closed, no one was allowed in. In the previews they asked the audience to not divulge
any of the secrets of the movie to their friends or family after they see it. And audiences obeyed,
they didn't go out and blabber about it like people do these days. You could not get away with that
today, but audiences were cool back then. Because they didn't let the audience in after the movie
started, they didn't allow critics to watch the movie ahead of time either. The critics had to go with
the audiences on opening day to see the movie. They were not happy about that because they were
being treated like peasants, like any other viewer. I guess they thought they were better than
everybody else, as some critics actually gave them bad reviews basically because they didn't get a
special screening. Even before audiences watched the movie, their psychological needs start to be
met as hype and suspense is built with the secrets people need to keep. The suspense is kept up
throughout the movie from Marion's get away and death, to the twist at the end.
The plot of this is we are introduced to
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Norma Rae Leadership
Abstract
Norma Rae is a true story set in a Southern mill–town in the summer of 1978. Norma Rae and the
mill workers were victimized by the mill owners – low, unfair wages, and poor health conditions
from the work in the textile mill. During this time Norma was fearful for her family's health and
becomes aware of a labor organizer trying to bring the union to the mill. Norma decides to join
forces with the union organizer, Reuben Warshosky. Management saw her as a threat and ordered
her out of the mill, but not before she inspired the mill workers. It is greatt leadership that finally
brings the mill workers together and they vote in and start a branch of the Textile Workers Union of
America. The film is a real testament to the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
While Reuben is more sophisticated and not from the working class culture Norma is, he is
extremely sympathic to their plight. In some ways Reuben sees himself as one of them. Reuben
doesn't use his intellectual to hoard over the workers, and Norma isn't at all intimidated by Reuben.
At one point Norma tells Reuben about her sexual escapades. her first affair and the fact she lost her
virginity in the back of a Cadillac with her legs hanging out the window. Reuben in turns tells
Norma he lost his virginity by being seduced by his music teacher. Norma then says she sleeps with
traveling salesmen, gets married for the second time, and cavorts with her friends at local bars. He
then tells her he sleeps with a Harvard attorney and reads the Sunday New York Times with her.
Back at the mill Norma sees a racist leaflet put on the bulletin board for management. Management
is trying to incite the white mill workers. Norma calls Reuben to ask what she should do. He
responds by correcting Norma's grammar. Reuben admires Norma's courage and discipline. Reuben
is at the entrance to the mill passing out flyers, Norma passes him and tells him he is using too many
big words. As their relationship grows you can see the gap bridged between intellual Rueben and the
working class Norma. Norma and Reuben form a friendship that moves beyond a sexual
relationship, they actually listen to each
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Summary Of Tuesday Of The Other June By Norma Mazer
"Tuesday of the other June" by Norma Fox Mazer is a story realistic about a girl named june who
gets bullied by the other June she meets in swim class. And she thinks she can get rid of her at the
end of swim class. In the beginning, June was enrolled into swim class at the community pool June
was so excited to meet her new friends until she meets the other June the biggest bully june knew,
and other june choose to pick on her. Soon,June thinks she can get away from the bully but when her
mother says they're moving but she was wrong she moved closer to her, June lived on her street and
went to her school it was a nightmare to June. In the end June gets tired of getting picked on and
bullied by the other june, so finally she stood up to her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Mean june would bully June to where she wanted to cry and June wanted to fight back but she
didn't. For example in paragraph 77 the author says " I was back in the tuesday swimming class,
only now it was worse, because every day would be awful day. The pinching had already started.
Soon, I knew, on the playground and in the halls, kids would pass me , grinning. This means that
mean june was trying to hurt her where it really hurt and the bully did it on purpose just to make her
weak.This action is important because it is one of the many ways June was bullied. June was bullied
in many different ways.What I talked about in paragraph one is that the bully called June mean
names like fish eyes and buffalo brains and finally turkey nose and all of the children thought it was
funny. What I said in paragraph 2 is that other June would hit her and twist her fingers so it would
hurt her and after the bully would hurt June she would pick on her and would pick on her bathing
suit and what she wore. In paragraph 3 I explained that when june thinks of next tuesday the
imagines how the bully will pick on her so she would cry because it scared June to much. In the end
mean June was put in her place, June said one little word with no meaning no and so the bully
looked confused and upset and mad June fought back so i'm saying don't let anyone ever bully you
fight back or tell someone that you're being
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Analysis Of The Movie ' Marion Crane '
Marion Crane leaved Phoenix she isn't married, but wants to move with her boyfriend, however
money is a big dilemma for both of them until her boss client drop on her desk $40,000 to close a
deal and she decide to runaway to California and meet her boyfriend, but after look suspicious for
sleeping on the side of the road the first night, she decided to take the back roads next day to avoid
police and she stopped at "Bates Motel" the second night where she meets Norman Bates, that owns
the place and look really friendly, but it is obvious that he has issues with his mother.
Overview of the Film
Themes:
Money
$40,000 that Marion stole from her boss and put her in the Motel. The money shows on numerous
scenes, but at the end money is just money
Birds
Norman office is full of birds all stuffed and he shows big passion for what he does and even
compare Marion with the birds, but then contradicted himself on what he is saying.
Mother
Norman's mother is in charge of everything, she owns the hotel and have total control of Norman's
life.
Voyeurism
Norman intentional put Marion in room 1 to be able to spy on her when she was undressing and
getting ready to go to bed.
Bathroom
The most important and long scenes happened in the bathroom, even the clue that assure that
Marion stays in "Bates Motel".
Mental illness
Norman Bates suffers from personality disorder and can't distinguish on what he does or what his
mom does or make him do.
Serial Killer
At the end we find out the Marion
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Sunset Boulevard Essay
Sunset Boulevard (Wilder 1950) explores the intermingling of public and private realms, puncturing
the illusion of the former and unveiling the grim and often disturbing reality of the latter. By delving
into the personal delusions of its characters and showing the devastation caused by disrupting those
fantasies, the film provides not only a commentary on the industry of which it is a product but also a
shared anxiety about the corrupting influence of external perception. Narrated by a dead man,
centering on a recluse tortured by her own former stardom, and concerning a once–promising
director who refuses to believe his greatest star could ever be forgotten, the work dissects a
multitude of illusory folds to reveal an ultimately ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
When Norma asserts her self–worth, she does so surrounded by images of herself. "I am big," she
proclaims, with a thousand Norma Desmonds staring back at the camera from photographs, posters,
and artistic renditions of the once famous face. "It's the pictures that got small." This convolution of
reality, a reversal that gives Desmond the illusion of both control and continued adoration by
nonexistent fans, provides the foundation for all her more severe misperceptions. As long as it is the
cinema itself that has lost its appeal and not the former silent film star, a change of fates or
Desmond's own gracious compromise have the potential to restore her former glory. As she
ultimately confesses, Norma feels that she left the spotlight (not the other way around) and that it
has been waiting for her ever since. A belief that her seclusion is voluntary allows Desmond to avoid
the finality of her fall from grace. The relationship between Joe Gillis and Norma Desmond also
holds close corporeal ties to the protagonist's material wealth and visual relationship with
Desmond's mansion. Joe's car, the symbol of masculinity and independence, embodies the man's
desperation and his initial motivations for accepting a job with Norma. As Joe admits, the loss of his
car is commensurate to "having (his) legs cut off" and represents the final blow to his dreams of
Hollywood success. At first Joe sees in his venture with Norma a purely professional
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Norma Rae: Juvenile Workers Encounter In The Textile Industry
Norma Rae Norma Rae is a 1979 American drama film about the bad conditions these workers
encounter in the textile factory. It is based off a real textile worker named Crystal Lee Sutton that
worked in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. In the movie Rae is a minimum– wage worker in a
cotton mill, a single mother with two children by different fathers struggling to deal with the awful
conditions in the factory. When management noticed her frequent protests they tried to divert it by
promoting her to "spot checker". She was responsible for making sure other workers are fulfilling
work quotas. She accepted the offer because of the pay increase she would be getting but when her
fellow employees including her own father shun her for being a snitch to
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Social Evils In Norma Rae : The Standard Of History
The idea that life is getting better post–industrial revolution can be controversial. It is true that it has
led to the rise in the material standard of living and an increased life–expectancy for the average
person. However, several social evils threaten the positive work created by industrialization;
poverty, inequality, and labor disputes (fear of unions) among them. The movie Norma Rae does a
tremendous job showcasing working conditions in the 1900s. Oftentimes, employees were
overworked, underpaid, and forced to work in hazardous environments. It is evident that industries
such as the textile industry, cared very little about the well–being of their employees. Take Norma
Rae's father, for instance, he literally worked–himself to death. What's very important about this
movie is that it showcased how fearful of unions employees were; not because Unions did not do
them good, but because they were manipulated by employers to think that unions were evil. As a
result, labor disputes continued to increase. Nevertheless, we see the importance of Unions in the
shirt–waist factory. Like the textile factory that Norma Rae worked in, women in the shirt–waist
factory were getting poor wages with dangerous working conditions. Women were locked in their
bays for hours on end, oftentimes unable to use the restroom. Poor working conditions lead to the
loss of lives. If labor unions were in place back then, employers would have been forced to provide
safe working conditions to
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Tuesday Of The Other June Norma Mazer Analysis
"Tuesday of the Other June" by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic fiction short story about a girl
getting bullied. In the beginning, this girl named June is getting picked on because she has the same
name as a girl. The girl dose not stop picking on her. Soon, the girl had enough of it and moved
houses. But when she moved something bad happened, she moved next to someone she doesn't
like... The mean June. In the end, June has to go to the same school as the mean June. She had to sit
by her in class because when she moved the teacher asked if anyone wanted her to sit by them and
the mean June raised her hand. The mean June kept poking her with her pencil and wouldn't stop.
This story shows that sometimes bullies get in your life, you just have to ... Show more content on
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In school June had to sit by the mean June in class. For example in paragraph 95, the author says,
"No, "I said to the other June. " Oh, no! No. No. No. No more. "I pushed away the hand that held the
pencil.". This is important because throughout the story the mean girl was picking on her. This
means She finally stood up for herself and said stop. If she wouldn't of done anything the girl would
not stop and the mean June would think its funny and ok, but it is none of those, it's just mean and
cruel. that's just mean to pick on a girl because she has the same name as you do. There are many
people around the world that have the same name as you, and it's not right to pick on people. This is
important if she wouldn't of said stop, then the girl would never of stopped hurting her or teasing
her. When people bully you you have to either ignore it or stick up for yourself. In the beginning
June tries to hide and run away because she doesn't know how to have her stop. But in the middle
she had enough with it and moved houses so she could get away, but she finds out her new house is
right next to the mean June's house. Finally she tells the bully to stop! When she said that the bully
stopped and moved away and never bothered her the rest of the story. In the end, June learned a
lesson about sticking up for yourself. She learned the it's ok to say stop if people are trying to hurt
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The Vanity of Celebrity Fame: "Sunset Boulevard" and...
A celebrity is not a person known for his/her talent or achievement, but an individual recognized for
his/her reputation created by the media. The phase of stardom is slippery, and media may choose to
represent celebrities varying from exaggerated admiration to mockery. The three texts chosen,
movie "Sunset Boulevard", feature article "Over the Hilton" and television show "Celebrity
Uncensored Six" are texts presenting different perception of celebrities than their usual images –
either corrupted by the encircling media, overloads oneself with self–indulgence, or just mocks
celebrity in a broad spectrum. Such media items empower and impresses the audience by perceiving
celebrities as people who pay the price of privacy to gain well ... Show more content on
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Besides being at the brink of madness caused by her self–denial of the passing of her fame, Norma
Desmond had also become rather sexual–transgressive. Some male traits shown in Norma consist of
her dominance – she demands over Max, financial independence – owns factories which constantly
makes profits and her assertive nature – she fearlessly confronts her passion for Joe. The way Norma
is ridiculously insane to a degree of dark humour brings sympathy, entertainment and a corrupted
depiction of celebrity to audiences.
Starred by William Holden, the male protagonist, given one of the most mundane names, Joe Gillis,
is a laconic character who interacts with Norma in a reciprocally dependent relationship. Without
Gillis, Norma feels lifeless, loveless and powerless, she depends on him emotionally, and
conversely, without Norma, Gillis is homeless, finance–less and jobless, he depends on her
materialistically. Also, identical to Norma, Gillis is sexually transgressive as well. He possesses
many feminine identities such as his betrayal of integrity – Joe and Norma swaps roles. He
conforms to the reality where his scripts are rejected and adopt the easier role of being Norma
Desmond's gigalo – weakness of character. In Gillis, audiences see a man who forfeited his personal
happiness to gain money–oriented power over others – however, what he really gained is nothing,
Norma nor her money can give him power. The
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A Short Note On El De Las Frutas

  • 1. A Short Note On El De Las Frutas como en diversidad. Debido a la facilidad y la conservación de las frutas su practicidad y disposición en cualquier momento. El consumidor de la pulpa de frutas desconoce el origen, tratamiento y proceso del producto, especialmente cuando las compra en los mercados de la ciudad o de la provincia, surgiendo claramente una fuente de peligro para la salud, que generalmente se suele pasar por alto ya que las condiciones sanitarias de las frutas son ignoradas, aun cuando no parezca tener en la práctica un significado mayor, si debe señalarse como un factor a tener en cuenta. Para garantizar la calidad de un producto es recomendable establecer un sistema de control a través de la cadena de producción, que incluya los estándares de calidad internacionalmente reconocidos, de tal manera que se garantice al consumidor un producto que cumple con la normatividad sanitaria. Esta investigación surge de la necesidad, que existe en la empresa frutas del cesar/Humberto Sáenz de garantizar la calidad de productos; para ello ha sido seleccionada para la aplicación de la normatividad ISO 9000. En la investigación el control de calidad cumple un papel importante, porque se desea detectar aquellos aspectos que no se están cumpliendo y entregar recomendaciones sobre el proceso productivo óptimo. 4. DELIMITACIÓN. La investigación se realizara durante el primer y segundo semestre del año 2015 en el municipio de Valledupar en su área urbana, capital del Departamento del Cesar, para ello ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. A Review of Psycho Essay A Review of Psycho He was known to his audience as the 'Master of Suspense' and what Hitchcock mastered was not only the art of making films but also the task of taming his own mad imagination Hitchcock told his stories through intelligent plots, witty dialogue and a spoonful of mystery and murder. In doing so, he inspired a new generation of filmmakers and revolutionized the thriller genre, making him a worldwide legend. His brilliance was sometimes too bright: He was hated as well as loved, oversimplified as well as over analyzed. Hitchcock was eccentric, demanding, inventive, impassioned and he had a great sense of British humour. The story Psycho has an interesting plot. It starts off ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He checks up on her and asks if she is OK. I think most people would if you saw this woman sleeping in her car on the side of a main road. The Sheriff suggests that the she should have slept in a Motel and he asks her why she didn't. When Marion leaves it appears as if the Sheriff is following her but its just Marion's paranoid imagination as the Sheriff turns off at an exit along the freeway. It's the money that does it! As she has been told by an authority of the law she, unusually, does what he says. I say unusually because in this day and age... well. It start to get dark again and it starts to rain. Whilst she is driving she catches a glimpse of a sign for the Bates' Motel and pulls into it. When she gets out of her car she waits, knocking at the door of the Motel's office. In the house on the hill there is figure moving around and it peeps out of the window, like a little old lady but not. The figure comes rushing down quickly to let Marion the soaked rat into the office for a room. The man who greets her introduces himself as Norman Bates, the proprietor of the Bates Motel. He starts to gas on like an old woman and Marion, not wanting to talk and just to sleep, tries to end the conversation. Unfortunately for her Norman offers her some sandwiches and milk, very homely and thoughtful you must say. She ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Censorship and Selection Essay Introduction Censorship is a dirty word to information professionals. Attempts by individuals or groups to restrict the public from reading, hearing or viewing certain materials due to their content, is enough to send librarian's and organizations such as the American Library Association, to the proverbial battle field. However, information professionals from all fields have to make choices about what to include and what not to include in their particular library's collection. How are these selections made? What causes one item to be selected instead of another? The distinction between censorship and selection is infinitesimal, dependent mainly upon the role of the individuals involved. As an information professional, who inherently is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 22). One form of silent censorship occurs out of fear of challenges (Kampen & Spino, 2007, p. 223). Allen (2007) notes the difficult balance an information professional must make when making selection decisions. Information professionals working in a school must contend with fear of reprisals from those within the school system. (p. 5). Author Norma Fox Mazer (1997) relates how a principal of a school allowed the fear of possible reprisals from the community to cancel Mazer's scheduled visit which had been arranged for nearly a year. As well as another incident where Mazer and another author were scheduled to visit a school, but were asked to not discuss a particular book. (p. 46–48). Another form of silent censorship occurs when the information professional decides for personal reasons or "perceived community standards" ( Kampen & Spino, 2007, p. 223) to not select an item. Staples (1996) discusses how some books 'disappear' (para. 6) from library shelves, either due to a parent who does not want to go through the process of a challenge, or a librarian who fears for their job. Information professionals have to be ever more selective about what they purchase for their collections due to ever decreasing budgets. Publishers and authors, cognizant of possible issues with certain topics and words, are also much more careful about what they accept for publication and what they write about. (paras. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Separation Between Church And State Over the years many things have changed, the clothes people wear, the music they listen to and the cars the drive. We live in a society where things can change in the blink of an eye, but is change always good? Could things change because things have been taken out of context? That is just what has happened to Thomas Jefferson. Has the true meaning of Thomas Jefferson's "Separation between Church and State" taken out of context today? One side defends that the true context remains intact. Saying that religion should play no part in the government what so ever. Saying that a political leadership based on religious convictions can harm the freedom of citizens who do not belong to the majority religion. Arguing that religion–based attempts to limit reproductive rights have been particularly contentious in America. A Connecticut law banning the use of contraceptives was struck down by the Supreme Court in 1965. A similar Massachusetts law was defeated in 1972, followed the next year by the court 's landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that a woman has the right to choose abortion. They also argue that the government should not allow prayer to be in schools. Praising the 1962, the U.S. Supreme Court banning of prayer and religious readings from public schools. Saying that school prayer assumes that all students believe in God, and that a given prayer might be applicable to all different faiths that could be practiced among students. It is much more likely that the typical prayer or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Essay about Good vs. Evil in Psycho Psycho "Psycho" is a classic suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock which features a central female protagonist, a seemingly ordinary young woman named Marion Crane, who crosses paths with a dangerous mentally ill motel owner, Norman Bates. As their strange relationship develops, a dominant theme of good versus evil is introduced to the audience through the use of characterisation, editing, mise–en–scene and various other media techniques. From the outset, Hitchcock introduces an initial theme of good versus evil during the opening credits. The title scene could be seen as a reflection of the personality of Norman Bates as the credits themselves are presented as fragmented titles which come together as one on the screen but then ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In a similar shot, only half of his face is shown and this clearly symbolises the fact that only one half of him can ever be fully good at any one time – the other half will always remain evil. However, sympathy is also evoked for Norman in this scene as we see that his mother takes an instant dislike to Marion – something which you would not normally see between two strangers. We see how close – and slightly strange – the relationship between Norman and his mother and the unnatural dependence they have on each other, showing that Norman is trapped in his current situation and making him seem like a good person. A similar effect is used throughout the scene in Norman's parlour by with the use of light and dark as the lighting picks out significant features such as only one side of Norman's face and the underside of the owl's wings. The owl with its wings spread signifies his mother controlling his mind and shows that she is ever present, although we never see her, even when he is behaving normally she will always be inside his mind, therefore making the viewer feel sympathetic towards him as he has no control over his actions. Conversely, framing him next to an owl may suggest that Norman is a predator and the owl is his equal. Like the owl, many other birds are featured in the parlour scene, linking back to the recurring theme. Framing Marion next to them when she first enters the room makes her seem vulnerable and presents her as equal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Sexual Assault Case Study Results/Discussion General Findings From the 186 articles looked in the study, private schools where found to have the smallest number of articles published. The smallest schools with seven articles is Gettysburg College. Public schools have the most articles published, with Penn State University having 32 articles published. Topics that were barely mentioned were class year, alcohol and drug use, policy, and demographics. As a part of demographics, race was only mentioned ones or twice. Vague Descriptions Specifics with victim All of the articles for different type of schools used very vague language when describing the victim of the sexual assault. Ivy League schools talk generally about the victims in media articles published about ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The use of age also appears in Penn State University, and Pittsburg University. Since the schools are much larger, the inclusion of age will not help anyone narrow down who the victim is. While most of the stories do not give much information on the victim, there are a select few per school that give much more detail about the victims. Specifics with Offenders Offenders also have very broad names. Interestingly if an offender is a part of a sports team or fraternity they are more likely to be named, for example, Wolfange Ballinger from Psi Upsilon and. All types of schools also discussed the offender in general terms. The offenders are called, John doe, guy, friend, trusted guy, football player, soccer team, male, 21–year–old, member of Psi Upsilon, John Doe, and basketball player. Only one of the victims were identified as African American who attended University of Pennsylvania. Two schools identified actual individuals. Cornell cited that Wolfgang Ballinger was an offender, who was also a member of Psi Upsilon fraternity. Ballinger was also president of the fraternity. An example of how news articles from the New York Times about Harvard use the vague language, "It said that in March 2013, Ms. Leader and a fellow student, identified only as John Doe 1, started a relationship that grew over time to include contact in which he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. Norma Rae and Labor Issues The movie Norma Rae is about a southern mill worker who helps revolutionize and unionize a small town. The conditions at the southern cotton textile factory were intolerable and management was abusive. In the summer of 1978, a union organizer from New York came to this small town and approached the employees at the cotton factory to start a union. The union organizer, the mill workers and the management of the factory had very different perspectives as to the ramifications of starting a union. PERSPECTIVE OF THE UNION ORGANIZER Warshovsky was a New York City operative who came to the cotton factory to help the employees organize a union. He knew from his experience that it was not going to be an easy task but he believed very ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The mill workers felt that they simply did not have any other options and feared the punitive steps management would take if they unionized. Indeed, this appeared to be the case. When several employees expressed a tentative interest in the union, management reduced their work days, and, consequently, their pay. The mill's management used many other scare tactics to try and persuade employees to reject the union. Opinion turned when working conditions directly contributed to the death of an employee. This employee had not felt well and requested some time to rest. The supervisor rejected his request and the employee subsequently died at his workplace. Following this incident, which clearly demonstrated the poor condition of their employment, many employees began to express an interest in the union. Until that point the workers did not feel that they had a chance of making a difference. The lack of education and management intimidation had their desired effect until they realized that unionization was their only opportunity for a better work environment. They took their chances and worked hard to unionize. PERSPECTIVE OF MANAGEMENT The mill's owners and managers had little impetus to change the way in which they had always conducted business and treated employees. With limited employment options in the area, the majority of the people who lived in the town were mill employees. This was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Analysis Of The Movie 'Forbidden Lie $' If lying was a job for Norma Khouri, she truly would have been a billionaire by the end of Anna Broinowski's enthralling documentary, "Forbidden Lie$". Documentaries and films are seen as a reliable medium for providing facts and information yet even after having seen this riveting documentary, you'll find yourself questioning the integrity of the entire documentary. With Broinowski gaining a great sense of authority over this text right from the start, she paves the stones in leading the viewer to eventually gain a greater sense of authority over the film's meaning. Anna Broinowski attempts to pull Norma Khouri apart at the seams in Forbidden Lie$, to finally unravel the ball of lies crafted by the pathological liar herself. This elaborate documentary follows the story of the infamous Norma Khouri from all possible angles, while subsequently proving the words of Christopher Nolan. That "the 'truth' is indeed stranger than fiction." "Forbidden Lie$" goes back in time to 2003, to where Norma purportedly recounts the story of her Muslim best friend Dalia and the forbidden romance between Dalia and a Christian soldier Michael. The fascinatingly fabricated story begins with Dalia and Michael meeting at Norma and Dalia's unisex salon in Jordan, where Dalia falls in 'love at first sight' with Michael and proceeds to secretly meet up with him on a number of occasions. According to Khouri's atrocious novel, this forbidden love leads to the demise of Dalia, after her father and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Norma Rae Labour Rights Issues The movie "Norma Rae" is about a young woman by the name of Norma Rae Webster, a factory worker at the O.P. Henley Textile Mill. The factories work in substandard conditions and make very little money. When a union organizer from New York by the name of Warshowsky comes to town, everyone is reluctant, except Norma Rae. After hearing him speak about unions, she becomes dedicated to forming one for the mill. No stranger to causing disruptions as work, she jumps right in, unaffected by everyone's dismissal and anger at the prospect of starting a union. When her father dies at work after being denied an early break, Norma Rae becomes more determined than ever. The factory pushes back against the attempts to organize, making threats and trying to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first one took place in New York in 1768 when a group of tailors decided to fight against a pay cut. Since then, they have been instrumental in fighting for labor rights (History.com) In the United States, there are laws that, with limitations, protect the right for workers' strikes. The legal strikes are over issues such as labor practices or unfair pay for work. Illegal strikes include those done for purposes that are illegal themselves (National Labor Relations Board. A strike can also be deemed illegal if the strikers become violent or threaten violence (National Labor Relations ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Bullying In 'Tuesday Of The Other June' By Norma Fox Mazer "Tuesday of the Other June'' by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic fiction genre about a girl named June and how her life gets affected by bullying. In the beginning, a girl named June goes to swim classes. Another girl named June, is mean and also goes to swim class. Mean June tells nice June not to have the same name as her (June). Mean June gives nice june a nickname called fish eyes. Soon, mean June starts to pick on nice June. Mean June pinches her, ties her braids together, steps on her feet, hides her clothes and calls her names. In the end, nice June and her mom move to a different house. Nice June thought she got rid of mean June until she saw her standing at a house on the way to her new house. Nice June slouched down in her seat, hoping mean June wouldn't see her but she did! This story shows that being bullied affects nice June's life in many ways. One reason that June's life gets affected is by being bullied physically. In paragraph 35, mean June is hurting nice June in the locker room. When nice June gets home, she has many bruises and marks. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Nice June is a girl that gets bullied for having the same name as a girl in swim class. Nice June gets a nickname from mean June, called Fish Eyes. Nice June says her name is June but then mean June just pinches her. This is where the physically bullying stage begins. Nice June's life gets affected by being bullied mentally. Mean June (the bully) picks on nice June still, but uses mean words and a few actions. Nice June's life gets affected by being bullied emotionally. Mean June hurts nice June so much, that her feelings get involved in the bullying. But there is a difference between bullying and being jerks. Bullying is doing something mean to someone constantly and every day. Being a jerk on the other hand is just being mean but mean June is a bully, not a jerk. Tuesday of the Other June is a story that shows that kids can get bullied in many different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Speech: Should "Wuthering heights" be made relevant in... Should Wuthering Heights be considered relevant in today's society? I say, yes. Although I must admit, I was very close to hating this book, not only because of the confusing situations which occurs and my dislike towards all characters, but also for much more reasons that I don't wish to point out at this moment for that we shall be here for a terribly long time if I did. However, I must also admit, the context of this book, "Wuthering Heights", have portrayed many relevant themes that are still existing today, even as I speak. Catherine's decision of marriage is one example. "My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks beneath: a source of little visible delight, but necessary Nelly, I am Heathcliff." In this quote, Catherine ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They grew up protecting and trying to shelter each other from the abuse of Hindley and Joseph. Consequently, they developed an eternal friendship, love and affinity. One could say that they were soul mates even children. Bronte expands the notion of eternal love by creating the supernatural aspect in the story. This is illustrated when Heathcliff contacts Catherine's spirit after she dies. Their souls are eternally joined so as a result, Heathcliff cannot live in this realm without her. Only their souls joined together make one. Heathcliff eventually dies to reunite his soul with Catherine. Another aspect which is relevant today and forever it shall remain relevant is selfishness. Catherine's selfish character was depicted when she wanted both Edgar and Heathcliff at the same time. In the beginning, she was introduced as a 'high spirited' character who was wild. However, she drastically changes throughout the book. When she hurts her leg and is forced to stay at Thrushcross Grange, she returns to Wuthering Heights as a well dressed and dignified lady. She was easily swayed to the superior lifestyle of the Lintons and began to look down upon Heathcliff. She even laughs at his rough and dirty appearance and says "I didn't mean to laugh at you. I could not hinder myself Heathcliff. Shake hands at least! What are you sulky for? It was only that you looked odd. If you wash you face and brush your hair, it would be alright. But you are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Etruscan Vocabulary And Grammar 7. Etruscan Vocabulary and Grammar. Scholars have deciphered little information about the Etruscan grammar in fact, we know that in Etruscan the nouns have masculine and feminine forms. Nevertheless, the nominal and verbal are modified by suffixes rather than prefixes. In English, we used (–– removed HTML ––) to indicates that verb happened in the past Etruscan they have the same thing they use (–– removed HTML ––) for the past tense. They use the letters (–– removed HTML ––) , (–– removed HTML ––) as a copulative conjunction. They have three kinds of tenses such as, Present active, Etruscan used it rarely and they add the suffix –e to it. The second verb is past active, they add the suffix –ce to the verb root. The third verb ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They were written in gold and there are three of them. One is written in Phoenician and the other two are in Etruscan, these tablets are bilingual. Today this tablet considered as the oldest historical tablets of Italy among the known inscriptions. It includes a dedication by King Thefarie to the Phoenician goddess Astarte. (9) Pyrgi Tablets with Phoenician, and Etruscan Inscription. https://goo.gl/images/LWC5Ap Here are three part of the Pyrgi gold tablets one is written in Phoenician and other two in Etruscan, C.500BC. 10. Etruscan Numeral. We know a few of the numerals but not all of them because they are not deciphered yet or we can read them but we cannot understand the meaning. Etruscan people made a pair of dice called the Tuscania dice they found it in 1848. The numbers in the opposite sides add up to seven like 1+6, 2+5, and 4+3. The words on the die are named as, sa, zal, huth, mach, thu, ci. After a study on these names they found that the number means something, for example, the word 'ci' means three, 'sa' means four, 'thu' means one, 'mach' means five, 'huth' six. (10) Etruscan Numbers. Gloss Etruscan numerals '11' thusar '14' huthzar '16' ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Sunset Howard Dishonesty Quotes Sunset Boulevard is a film noir movie that was released in 1950. When looked at, the main character Joe Gillis, portrayed by William Holden, can be seen as an anti–hero. Joe shows his anti–heroic behavior in many ways. For example, he is dishonest, he uses the people around him, and he also is only focused on elevating himself. One of the many examples of the dishonesty of Joe. One of the most notable examples of his is when he meets Norma Desmond, portrayed by Gloria Swanson. He starts out being noble by telling her that she should rethink let him look over the script, however, he quickly becomes crooked. He tells her falsehoods to try and extort money out of her. This transforms into him taking advantage of the situation. He starts by taking advantage of Norma as the movie continues. Again, Joe starts being somewhat noble by trying to tell Norma that he does not need to move into the house but stay at his apartment. But, this changes when Norma tells him that everything has been paid for. He quickly drops the argument and starts to live there. He also lets her buy him fancy suits and gifts without much if any argument. It can also be seen that he is more concerned about the money and his elevating status ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the end of the movie when Betty confesses her feelings, he lacks care that she is his friend's fiance, but that he can have a woman that he cares for and still have the perks of living with Norma. When Betty comes over to the house he has to make the decision of what he wants, he shows off all the perks he has by staying there; a home theater, private pool, the famous people that have been there. Showing that he cares for the elevation in status and the money. He does not care about Betty's feelings toward him, but rather what he can have by staying with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Norma Rae Social Issues Norma Rae is a film featuring a lowly paid cotton mill worker, whose health has been affected by the poor working conditions. She is a single parent of two, who has flings with random men to take away her loneliness. To cover up her protests, the company promotes her to a position where the lady gets a higher pay. Fellow employees regard her as a traitor, and she ends up asking for a demotion. A divorcee with one daughter, who was a co–worker at the factory proposes marriage to her. Reuben Warshowsky's speech on union organization and the death of her father at the mill makes her push hard for that fight. It, however, brings conflict with her husband, Sonny. In retaliation, the management attempts to disrupt the efforts through dividing shifts ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Scarlet Letter Quote Analysis "Part of me felt I was stronger, more reasonable and more reliable than my Enishte, and part of me was dwelling on the cost of the caftan that I'd purchased on the way here to meet with this man who'd denied me his daughter's hand and on the silver bridle and hand–worked saddle of the horse which, soon after going downstairs, I'd take out of the stable and ride away" (Pamuk 33). Black comes back to Istanbul after twelve years of exile during his own bastinado. The man who exiled him was his uncle, Enishte. Black pronounces his love for his cousin, Enishte's daughter angered his uncle exiles him. Enishte is clear with his bridle toward Black. On his way to see him Black begins to think about how now he feels he is superior to Enishte, this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Enishte did not have the right to exile him from Istanbul as a whole. Instead, he could have fired him as an apprentice and told him he was unable to come back to their house. No matter what he is still his uncle and should help him. Black was ambling for twelve years without family and without purpose left with nothing not even as much as a caravansary. His home changed and his family died, though he was unable to see them and deal with his issues properly because he was not able to be in Istanbul. Concerned, his uncle thinks about what was best for his daughter, yet, he took the subject to seriously by banishing him and asking to leave his family, home, and entire life behind because he did not want him to marry or have contact with his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. Pros And Cons Of Nissan Plant Workers In this VICE video, there is a discussion on the why or why not workers at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi should vote to allow the UAW to come into the facility. The short documentary focuses on 2 different workers at the plant to show each side of the argument. Betty Jones is an engine quality tester who is very pro–union, whereas Tony Hobson is a night shift forklift driver who is strongly against joining the UAW. Each side of the argument had many different Pro's and Con's they discussed in the video. The UAW used many different techniques to pitch their side of the argument. Their main point they used is that " Unionizing the Nissan plant is the next rung in the long climb to equality for African Americans in the South". The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (Insert stat of unions). According to James Sherk, a senior policy analyst in labor economics, the main reason we are seeing a declining member in unions is because unions have not adapted to the modern workplace. Many of the most powerful unions today were formed in the early to mid–1900's when manufacturing and working in factories was popular in the job industry; whereas today, many workers are placed in offices. For example, the New York Public School system voted in 1961to organize a new union, so no one teaching today had a vote I the forming of the organization that represents them today. The landscape of the economy and workplace has changed drastically since then. Sherks states "Most employers today value employees for their skills and abilities – "human resources" – instead of seeing them as interchangeable cogs on the assembly line. Employees also expect to be rewarded for what they bring to the table". This is the exact opposite of the purpose of a union. Unions bring everyone together as a single entity rather than individuals. Workers want to be able to work as individuals rather than groups of workers so that they can be promoted fasted because it is based on skill and knowledge rather than seniority or other way unions typically ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Psycho Movie Analysis The movie that I chose to do my movie review over is Psycho. In this movie a young woman, Marion, is having a sexual relationship with this man that she does not know is married to another woman. Marion works for a company doing the financial needs, and one day she is given a suitcase that is she is suppose to take to the bank for her boss. She ends up stealing the money, leaving town and booking her way to see her lover. A few incidences happen to her while she makes her way to her man, but it is when she gets to the Bates Motel that things start to get psychology weird. When she reaches the hotel there is a man there by the name of Norman Bates. Norman is not normal at all, he is struggling from a multiperson disorder and inability to know wrong and right. He tells the Marion that his mother is alive and living in the house but really she is dead, he had killed her previously. He goes into details to Marion about his relationship with his dead mother. Marion, is very intrigued and happy to hear what Norman has to say about his and his mother relationship, but tells Norman she needs to get herself ready for the man she had come to see. As Marion organizes herself and makes her way to the shower, Norman is in the hotel office, through a hole in the wall behind a hanging picture, watching her get undressed. He watches for a solid five minutes before the scene changes to him running at the shower curtain swinging a knife and killing Marion. During this part of the movie, you ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Callie Khouri's Thelma and Louise Even in today's growing world of feminism, young girls, as well as grown women, are being taught by the media to organize their lives around men. Their needs, expectations, work schedules, ideas, and interests become second to the men in their lives. All too often the media associates power and status to men, only to strengthen the barriers between the male and female genders. Take for example Hollywood, where "women get only about a third of all movie and TV roles, and last year earned less than male actors in all age categories..."(Eby, 1). And even though gender should not be used as the determining factor of what one can and cannot do, Hollywood, as well as everywhere else, has proven that the old habits of gender discrimination die ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This scene itself carries a great deal of symbolism. Harlan, the rapist who is eventually shot, becomes a representation of all things that hold women back. He becomes the wall which holds back women from fulfilling their "wishes, ambitions, pleasures, and impulses"(NY Times, 1991). Thelma is who we are, a prisoner behind this wall and Louise is who we want to become... the prisoner who breaks free and confronts those who held her back. Another cathartic scene is that in which Thelma and Louise confront the truck driver who has been harassing them the entire distance of their road trip. That truck driver is someone almost every woman has dealt with at some time or another. "There is not a woman in the world who has not dealt with that guy. He is out there in force, but when you're walking down the street and guys do that, what you're supposed to do as a woman is ignore it"(LA Times, 1991). After ignoring the truck driver throughout most of the movie, Thelma and Louise take a stand, not only for themselves but also for all the women who have wished they could say something back, but haven't for whatever reason it may be. All the suppressed emotions and unsaid words of both the woman on screen and those sitting in the audience manifest themselves into an explosion which blows up the truck driver's sense of power... not to mention the truck itself. Feminism has often been ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 73. Thelma and Louise Essay examples Thelma and Louise "Thelma and Louise" dramatises the ongoing battle of the sexes, or rather, women's struggle against men in a patriarchal society. This was the only reason for its success. Write a review of the film in which you comment on this statement. The feminist film "Thelma and Louise" was produced in 1991. This production was directed by Ridley Scott and the screenplay was written by Callie Khouri. It starred various actresses and actors. In the main roles were Geena Davis (Thelma) and Susan Sarandon (Louise). Other roles were played by Brad Pitt (JD), Harvey Keitel (Hal), Michael Madsen (Jimmy) and lastly Christopher McDonald (Darryl). The film portrays the life of two young best ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... drinking so much that they were seriously drunk, shooting people, committing crimes such as robbery and theft and also carrying guns. On the other hand other critics believed that the film showed the powerful and strong world of women and it was nice to see two women fighting and refusing to give into the likes of the male dominated world and to the unjust society. Inequality in society has a very powerful effect on the media as there are a number of different TV programmes that relate to the life of women only. Take, for example, "Sex and the City." This programme is based around four successful young women, all of whom are having wonderful independent lives with a great careers and fantastic lives, showing women that they can do the same. Another example of a TV Programme is "Murder, she wrote." This programme is based around a woman detective. It is unique as the detective is a woman and she is successful in her line of work, most people would be stereotypical and think that only men can do the detective work. Another example of women in the media, is that of an article on testosterone, which appeared in the Daily Mail. A journalist explains how women were injecting themselves with this dangerous substance in order to boost their confidence and brain–power. Even ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 77. Norma Rae Essay Norma Rae In the film Norma Rae, the textile workers were unsatisfied with many aspects of their Capitalistic work environment. They fought to form a union so that they could change the undesirable characteristics to better meet their needs. Political, environmental and cultural processes all played a part in the workers struggle to form an effective union. Unlike the film, Matewan, in which the coal miners worked under feudal control, the employees of the O.P. Henley Mill worked amidst a Capitalistic Economy. The key difference between the two, is that the inhabitants of the town of Matewan did not have other choices of employment and the characters in Norma Rae had the ability to go into the free labor ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Andrew West writes, "Capitalism is the progressive ideal, because it is the only social system that leaves man free to pursue – and achieve – his own happiness." The workers in Norma Rae were pursuing happiness in their jobs. They had already chosen to work at the mill, but now were fighting to create a more suitable environment. The workers wanted longer breaks, better pay, and better physical working conditions. The working conditions at the O.P Henley Mill were very undesirable. In the beginning of the film the viewer witnesses and incident in which Norma Rae's mother temporarily looses her hearing. An administrative man assures her not to worry about it, "It happens all the time," he replied. Norma Rae says, " Come on Mama, they don't care anything about you." The health of the worker is consistently shown to be of little importance to the employer. An elderly woman explained, "They say you have to keep on your feet, unless you have a note from your doctor. We wouldn't say we were sick if we weren't." Her statement is reinforced later in the movie when Norma Rae's father feels his arm go numb. He asks to take a break, but they insist that he can keep working for another ten or fifteen minutes. He has a heart attack and dies face down in a pile of linen. The significance of this is not that the company caused his heart attack, but that they did not have consideration for him. They did not listen to his complaints and needs, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 81. Psychology Of The Movie Psycho The movie Psycho was directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1960. When Psycho was first released they implemented a rule that no one could come into the movie late, and I guess that was a thing that happened a lot back then. People were just like "I got a few minutes, let me go into this movie, I don't care if it started." But they were having none of that with Psycho. Once the movie started the doors were closed, no one was allowed in. In the previews they asked the audience to not divulge any of the secrets of the movie to their friends or family after they see it. And audiences obeyed, they didn't go out and blabber about it like people do these days. You could not get away with that today, but audiences were cool back then. Because they didn't let the audience in after the movie started, they didn't allow critics to watch the movie ahead of time either. The critics had to go with the audiences on opening day to see the movie. They were not happy about that because they were being treated like peasants, like any other viewer. I guess they thought they were better than everybody else, as some critics actually gave them bad reviews basically because they didn't get a special screening. Even before audiences watched the movie, their psychological needs start to be met as hype and suspense is built with the secrets people need to keep. The suspense is kept up throughout the movie from Marion's get away and death, to the twist at the end. The plot of this is we are introduced to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 85. Norma Rae Leadership Abstract Norma Rae is a true story set in a Southern mill–town in the summer of 1978. Norma Rae and the mill workers were victimized by the mill owners – low, unfair wages, and poor health conditions from the work in the textile mill. During this time Norma was fearful for her family's health and becomes aware of a labor organizer trying to bring the union to the mill. Norma decides to join forces with the union organizer, Reuben Warshosky. Management saw her as a threat and ordered her out of the mill, but not before she inspired the mill workers. It is greatt leadership that finally brings the mill workers together and they vote in and start a branch of the Textile Workers Union of America. The film is a real testament to the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While Reuben is more sophisticated and not from the working class culture Norma is, he is extremely sympathic to their plight. In some ways Reuben sees himself as one of them. Reuben doesn't use his intellectual to hoard over the workers, and Norma isn't at all intimidated by Reuben. At one point Norma tells Reuben about her sexual escapades. her first affair and the fact she lost her virginity in the back of a Cadillac with her legs hanging out the window. Reuben in turns tells Norma he lost his virginity by being seduced by his music teacher. Norma then says she sleeps with traveling salesmen, gets married for the second time, and cavorts with her friends at local bars. He then tells her he sleeps with a Harvard attorney and reads the Sunday New York Times with her. Back at the mill Norma sees a racist leaflet put on the bulletin board for management. Management is trying to incite the white mill workers. Norma calls Reuben to ask what she should do. He responds by correcting Norma's grammar. Reuben admires Norma's courage and discipline. Reuben is at the entrance to the mill passing out flyers, Norma passes him and tells him he is using too many big words. As their relationship grows you can see the gap bridged between intellual Rueben and the working class Norma. Norma and Reuben form a friendship that moves beyond a sexual relationship, they actually listen to each ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 89. Summary Of Tuesday Of The Other June By Norma Mazer "Tuesday of the other June" by Norma Fox Mazer is a story realistic about a girl named june who gets bullied by the other June she meets in swim class. And she thinks she can get rid of her at the end of swim class. In the beginning, June was enrolled into swim class at the community pool June was so excited to meet her new friends until she meets the other June the biggest bully june knew, and other june choose to pick on her. Soon,June thinks she can get away from the bully but when her mother says they're moving but she was wrong she moved closer to her, June lived on her street and went to her school it was a nightmare to June. In the end June gets tired of getting picked on and bullied by the other june, so finally she stood up to her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mean june would bully June to where she wanted to cry and June wanted to fight back but she didn't. For example in paragraph 77 the author says " I was back in the tuesday swimming class, only now it was worse, because every day would be awful day. The pinching had already started. Soon, I knew, on the playground and in the halls, kids would pass me , grinning. This means that mean june was trying to hurt her where it really hurt and the bully did it on purpose just to make her weak.This action is important because it is one of the many ways June was bullied. June was bullied in many different ways.What I talked about in paragraph one is that the bully called June mean names like fish eyes and buffalo brains and finally turkey nose and all of the children thought it was funny. What I said in paragraph 2 is that other June would hit her and twist her fingers so it would hurt her and after the bully would hurt June she would pick on her and would pick on her bathing suit and what she wore. In paragraph 3 I explained that when june thinks of next tuesday the imagines how the bully will pick on her so she would cry because it scared June to much. In the end mean June was put in her place, June said one little word with no meaning no and so the bully looked confused and upset and mad June fought back so i'm saying don't let anyone ever bully you fight back or tell someone that you're being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 93. Analysis Of The Movie ' Marion Crane ' Marion Crane leaved Phoenix she isn't married, but wants to move with her boyfriend, however money is a big dilemma for both of them until her boss client drop on her desk $40,000 to close a deal and she decide to runaway to California and meet her boyfriend, but after look suspicious for sleeping on the side of the road the first night, she decided to take the back roads next day to avoid police and she stopped at "Bates Motel" the second night where she meets Norman Bates, that owns the place and look really friendly, but it is obvious that he has issues with his mother. Overview of the Film Themes: Money $40,000 that Marion stole from her boss and put her in the Motel. The money shows on numerous scenes, but at the end money is just money Birds Norman office is full of birds all stuffed and he shows big passion for what he does and even compare Marion with the birds, but then contradicted himself on what he is saying. Mother Norman's mother is in charge of everything, she owns the hotel and have total control of Norman's life. Voyeurism Norman intentional put Marion in room 1 to be able to spy on her when she was undressing and getting ready to go to bed. Bathroom The most important and long scenes happened in the bathroom, even the clue that assure that Marion stays in "Bates Motel". Mental illness Norman Bates suffers from personality disorder and can't distinguish on what he does or what his mom does or make him do. Serial Killer At the end we find out the Marion ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 97. Sunset Boulevard Essay Sunset Boulevard (Wilder 1950) explores the intermingling of public and private realms, puncturing the illusion of the former and unveiling the grim and often disturbing reality of the latter. By delving into the personal delusions of its characters and showing the devastation caused by disrupting those fantasies, the film provides not only a commentary on the industry of which it is a product but also a shared anxiety about the corrupting influence of external perception. Narrated by a dead man, centering on a recluse tortured by her own former stardom, and concerning a once–promising director who refuses to believe his greatest star could ever be forgotten, the work dissects a multitude of illusory folds to reveal an ultimately ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When Norma asserts her self–worth, she does so surrounded by images of herself. "I am big," she proclaims, with a thousand Norma Desmonds staring back at the camera from photographs, posters, and artistic renditions of the once famous face. "It's the pictures that got small." This convolution of reality, a reversal that gives Desmond the illusion of both control and continued adoration by nonexistent fans, provides the foundation for all her more severe misperceptions. As long as it is the cinema itself that has lost its appeal and not the former silent film star, a change of fates or Desmond's own gracious compromise have the potential to restore her former glory. As she ultimately confesses, Norma feels that she left the spotlight (not the other way around) and that it has been waiting for her ever since. A belief that her seclusion is voluntary allows Desmond to avoid the finality of her fall from grace. The relationship between Joe Gillis and Norma Desmond also holds close corporeal ties to the protagonist's material wealth and visual relationship with Desmond's mansion. Joe's car, the symbol of masculinity and independence, embodies the man's desperation and his initial motivations for accepting a job with Norma. As Joe admits, the loss of his car is commensurate to "having (his) legs cut off" and represents the final blow to his dreams of Hollywood success. At first Joe sees in his venture with Norma a purely professional ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 101. Norma Rae: Juvenile Workers Encounter In The Textile Industry Norma Rae Norma Rae is a 1979 American drama film about the bad conditions these workers encounter in the textile factory. It is based off a real textile worker named Crystal Lee Sutton that worked in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. In the movie Rae is a minimum– wage worker in a cotton mill, a single mother with two children by different fathers struggling to deal with the awful conditions in the factory. When management noticed her frequent protests they tried to divert it by promoting her to "spot checker". She was responsible for making sure other workers are fulfilling work quotas. She accepted the offer because of the pay increase she would be getting but when her fellow employees including her own father shun her for being a snitch to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 105. Social Evils In Norma Rae : The Standard Of History The idea that life is getting better post–industrial revolution can be controversial. It is true that it has led to the rise in the material standard of living and an increased life–expectancy for the average person. However, several social evils threaten the positive work created by industrialization; poverty, inequality, and labor disputes (fear of unions) among them. The movie Norma Rae does a tremendous job showcasing working conditions in the 1900s. Oftentimes, employees were overworked, underpaid, and forced to work in hazardous environments. It is evident that industries such as the textile industry, cared very little about the well–being of their employees. Take Norma Rae's father, for instance, he literally worked–himself to death. What's very important about this movie is that it showcased how fearful of unions employees were; not because Unions did not do them good, but because they were manipulated by employers to think that unions were evil. As a result, labor disputes continued to increase. Nevertheless, we see the importance of Unions in the shirt–waist factory. Like the textile factory that Norma Rae worked in, women in the shirt–waist factory were getting poor wages with dangerous working conditions. Women were locked in their bays for hours on end, oftentimes unable to use the restroom. Poor working conditions lead to the loss of lives. If labor unions were in place back then, employers would have been forced to provide safe working conditions to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 109. Tuesday Of The Other June Norma Mazer Analysis "Tuesday of the Other June" by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic fiction short story about a girl getting bullied. In the beginning, this girl named June is getting picked on because she has the same name as a girl. The girl dose not stop picking on her. Soon, the girl had enough of it and moved houses. But when she moved something bad happened, she moved next to someone she doesn't like... The mean June. In the end, June has to go to the same school as the mean June. She had to sit by her in class because when she moved the teacher asked if anyone wanted her to sit by them and the mean June raised her hand. The mean June kept poking her with her pencil and wouldn't stop. This story shows that sometimes bullies get in your life, you just have to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In school June had to sit by the mean June in class. For example in paragraph 95, the author says, "No, "I said to the other June. " Oh, no! No. No. No. No more. "I pushed away the hand that held the pencil.". This is important because throughout the story the mean girl was picking on her. This means She finally stood up for herself and said stop. If she wouldn't of done anything the girl would not stop and the mean June would think its funny and ok, but it is none of those, it's just mean and cruel. that's just mean to pick on a girl because she has the same name as you do. There are many people around the world that have the same name as you, and it's not right to pick on people. This is important if she wouldn't of said stop, then the girl would never of stopped hurting her or teasing her. When people bully you you have to either ignore it or stick up for yourself. In the beginning June tries to hide and run away because she doesn't know how to have her stop. But in the middle she had enough with it and moved houses so she could get away, but she finds out her new house is right next to the mean June's house. Finally she tells the bully to stop! When she said that the bully stopped and moved away and never bothered her the rest of the story. In the end, June learned a lesson about sticking up for yourself. She learned the it's ok to say stop if people are trying to hurt ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 113. The Vanity of Celebrity Fame: "Sunset Boulevard" and... A celebrity is not a person known for his/her talent or achievement, but an individual recognized for his/her reputation created by the media. The phase of stardom is slippery, and media may choose to represent celebrities varying from exaggerated admiration to mockery. The three texts chosen, movie "Sunset Boulevard", feature article "Over the Hilton" and television show "Celebrity Uncensored Six" are texts presenting different perception of celebrities than their usual images – either corrupted by the encircling media, overloads oneself with self–indulgence, or just mocks celebrity in a broad spectrum. Such media items empower and impresses the audience by perceiving celebrities as people who pay the price of privacy to gain well ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Besides being at the brink of madness caused by her self–denial of the passing of her fame, Norma Desmond had also become rather sexual–transgressive. Some male traits shown in Norma consist of her dominance – she demands over Max, financial independence – owns factories which constantly makes profits and her assertive nature – she fearlessly confronts her passion for Joe. The way Norma is ridiculously insane to a degree of dark humour brings sympathy, entertainment and a corrupted depiction of celebrity to audiences. Starred by William Holden, the male protagonist, given one of the most mundane names, Joe Gillis, is a laconic character who interacts with Norma in a reciprocally dependent relationship. Without Gillis, Norma feels lifeless, loveless and powerless, she depends on him emotionally, and conversely, without Norma, Gillis is homeless, finance–less and jobless, he depends on her materialistically. Also, identical to Norma, Gillis is sexually transgressive as well. He possesses many feminine identities such as his betrayal of integrity – Joe and Norma swaps roles. He conforms to the reality where his scripts are rejected and adopt the easier role of being Norma Desmond's gigalo – weakness of character. In Gillis, audiences see a man who forfeited his personal happiness to gain money–oriented power over others – however, what he really gained is nothing, Norma nor her money can give him power. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...