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- Alicia - 709 words
Alicia The use of uniforms will strip identity, stifle creativity, and unnecessarily burden the families that cannot afford them. Another problem that will surface due to the carrying out of school uniforms is the suppression of the individual's creativity and expression. Many students' express who they are through the way they dress. One major conflict that arises is the issue on that clothing is a form of symbolism. Some say it could be a form of speech which is a fact through media and others. Yes, students should be able to dress the way they want, schools should have the right to set standards and create more of a dress code, not a unique uniform that each student must wear. Misconduct ...
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- Cinematography Of Hitchcocks Psycho - 564 words
Cinematography Of Hitchcock's Psycho Alfred Hitchcock is renown as a master cinematographer (and editor), notwithstanding his overall brilliance in the craft of film. His choice of black and white film for 1960 was regarded within the film industry as unconventional since color was perhaps at least five years the new standard. But this worked tremendously well. After all, despite the typical filmgoers dislike for black and white film, Psycho is popularly heralded among film buffs as his finest cinematic achievement; so much so, that the man, a big name in himself, is associated with the film, almost abovehis formidable stature. Imagining it in color, Psycho would not appear as horrific, and ...
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- Hate Crimes In America - 1,944 words
Hate Crimes In America Hate Crimes In America Did you know that people with blonde hair have low I.Q.s? Or that people less than five feet tall are more likely to spread a disease? How about that people with brown eyes are really worshipers of Satan? That did not sound very logical, did it? No, you know that people with blonde hair can be as smart or as unintelligent as the next person, that short people are not necessarily better hosts to disease, and that people with brown eyes can believe in whatever they want. Some people, on the other hand, would say these things made perfect sense when applied to a different race, religion, ethnic background, gender or sexual orientation. The idea of p ...
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- Important Presidential Elections Some Of The Most Important Presidential Elections 1812 The Election Of 1812 Consisted Of A B - 1,574 words
... er of votes significantly changes, thus causing some major upsets. Wilson won because congress voted him in, not because he was elected. If Roosevelt hadn't formed his own party, Taft would have had a better chance of becoming President of the United States. 1936 The candidates in the election of 1936 were, Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Democrat, Alfred M. Landon, a Republican, and Norman Thomas, a Socialist. Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, at Hyde Park, N.Y., to James Roosevelt. He was an average student at Harvard University, edited the Harvard Crimson in his senior year, and after graduation attended Columbia Law School. He dropped out of law school upon admission to the New York b ...
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- Indian Tribe - 919 words
Indian Tribe The Southwest Region Native American tribe that is discussed in the following focuses on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. The Pima-Maricopa Indians have struggled and endured a constant hardship of events in its background, history, and location. Thomas Dobyns, the author of The Pima and Maricopa stated, "they have suffered through their worst years at the hands of ruthless investors and land grabbers, and the fight to undo the damage will never end. Descendants of the regions original inhabitants are, however, gaining skills in law, business, farming, and community organization that they are utilizing to win back the water and land that was once theirs." The Salt ...
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- Is Hockey Being Lost As A Canadian Game - 879 words
Is Hockey Being Lost as a Canadian Game? Hockey, to many Canadians it is their favourite sport or pastime. This game is a part of Canadians heritage. Although with the ongoing Americanizing of Canada, it is only a matter of time before Canadas game is changed as well. The NHL, National Hockey League, is the professional league for hockey. In the past, and still today, Canadians have made up the greater part of the leagues players. The article NHL Melting Pot gives statistics and a graph of which nationalities were and are playing in the league. In 1967, Canadian born players made up nearly 97% of the NHL. With the influx of players from other countries, the NHL is beginning to look like the ...
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- Media Studies Psycho Essay Charlie Anderson - 1,241 words
Media Studies Psycho Essay Charlie Anderson In his masterpiece "Psycho", director Alfred Hitchcock propels his narrative through closely following and manipulating the different aspects of the film matrix. These include the basic uses of conflict resolution, the manoeuvring of time and space and the utilisation of the narratives codes and conventions. Hitchcock uses a succession of non-autonomous scenes to describe how the apparent protagonist, Marian Crane (played by Janet Leigh), decides to steal $40,000, flee her home in Phoenix and undertake a long automobile trip to California. To the audience, it appears as though Marian Crane's theft and flight are the principal elements of the film's ...
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- North Korea - 3,025 words
... utting off all aid to N. Korea and letting them "sweat it out". U.S. public support would be instrumental in this. 2.) The United States should utilize constructive engagement to gain more influence. Tools for this would be KEDO and humanitarian aid that could be directly sent and distributed by the United States. 3.) Do nothing. By doing nothing we can let the North Korean government destroy itself. Our involvement may be what is keeping the government in power. 4.) Military invasion of North Korea. Take control of their economy and let Korea unite into one nation. These options are all viable, but perhaps not realistic solutions to the North Korean problem. For instance, a military inv ...
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- Psycho - 1,315 words
Psycho An Analysis of the Opening Sequence from Alfred Hitchcocks Just like a building, a film needs a strong foundation in order to be successful, a foundation which is made up of the starting moments of the film. In Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock successfully uses the opening credit sequence to establish a foundation on which to build an interesting plot, including techniques to elicit involvement by the spectator, and the suggestion of a Psycho theme. A musical composition consisting of quick strokes on tightly wound violins, later used in the famous shower scene, starts to play at the beginning of the sequence. Names begin to slide on and off the screen in a series of horizontal and vertical l ...
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- The Wild West - 1,017 words
... and fortune, he enlisted in the Third Colorado Cavalry under Colonel Chivington and was at the infamous Sand Creek Massacre. After the cavalry, Breakenridge became a train brakeman for the Southern Pacific Railroad and then a storekeeper in Sidney, Nebraska. In 1878, he moved to Phoenix, Arizona where he took the job as deputy Sheriff. He then moved to Tombstone and became deputy sheriff under Sheriff John Behan. During the late 19th Century no area in the United States was a haven and a refuge for criminals like the Indian Territory, pre-statehood Oklahoma. The jurisdiction of this territory fell to the United States court for Western Arkansas, located at Fort Smith, Arkansas. The cour ...
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- Welfare Reform - 1,331 words
... by the public as a welfare program (Lunardini 83). A few general social welfare programs, are HUD and GA. HUD stands for Housing and Urban Development, which stands as means for people in need to have a house (Maybury 41). The government either buys or builds houses for families in need to live in. GA stands for General Assistance. General Assistance is a catch-all term for any cash assistance that states provide to low income individuals who are not eligible for broader national programs (Blank 85). As the title of this program clearly states, General Assistance can be anything from cash and food stamps to houses. The problem with all of these programs is that they cost so much money. ...
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- Wrestling - 1,929 words
Wrestling On the heels of The Rock regaining the WWF Title Sunday night at No Way Out, the Road to Wrestlemania officially started its journey tonight as RAW is WAR emanated from the sold-out America West Arena in Phoenix, Arizona! Highlights from No Way Out introduced the show, with still images and commentary from the memorable WWF Title Match between Kurt Angle and The Rock. The America West Arena exploded in a massive show of pyro and explosions, as the sold out crowd wildly cheered. Jim Ross reminded us that on tonight's show Vince McMahon & Trish Stratus would face off against William Regal & Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley! The Rock entered the arena with his newly won WWF Title, which inc ...
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