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  • Catcher In The Rye Thesis Paper - 501 words
    Catcher In The Rye Thesis Paper The Catcher in the Rye J. D. Salinger The Catcher in the Rye is a story about a young man named Holden Caulfield and the experiences that he faces after being dismissed from school. This book contains a great deal of symbolism, but it can very easily be missed in its simple story line. The story line itself is very basic, and I do not feel that the plot is very well written. When taken the time to appreciate it, this book is without a doubt a classic. As was stated in the first paragraph this story contains a great deal of symbolism. In the beginning of the story, when Mr. Spencer fails Holden, Holden is surprised about the failing grade and his mind begins to ...
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  • Computer Hacking Thesis - 288 words
    Computer Hacking Thesis Introduction: Hacking is very well-know way of crashing a computer system. Listed below is some information on the problems caused by hacking and some solutions of how to stop hacking. Thesis: Hacking has become such a problem in today's computer dependent society that stronger measures must be implemented to stop hackers, and if hackers are still successful, they should be severely punished. I. Hackers are a problem because... A. With the amount of businesses and corporations we depend on every day, we can't have hackers breaking in our systems because it causes so many problems with peoples jobs, and sometimes can cost us lots of money. B. So many people rely on com ...
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  • English Brave New World: Religion The Basis Of Religion Thesis: Mans Need For Answers To Questions That Cannot Be Solved Thro - 682 words
    English Brave New World: Religion The Basis of Religion Thesis: Man's need for answers to questions that cannot be solved through known applications of science and technology has resulted in the widespread belief in religion. I. Purpose Elimination of stress Addiction to soma 1. Rioting addicts 2. Religious fanatics II Characteristics Rituals Sacrifices Offerings B. Gods Interpreters Pope Dali Lama Mustapha Mond D. Writings III. Function Explaining unknown Philosophy Supernatural Providing aid Sanctioning conduct Morals Traditions Delegating decisions The Basis of Religion In the novel "Brave New World" civilized society lives in a world of science and technology. Major changes have occurred ...
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  • Essay, Comparing And Contrasting Different Techniques To Convey The Thesis, Used In: - 955 words
    Essay, Comparing And Contrasting Different Techniques To Convey The Thesis, Used In: Women rights, still a controversial issue in todays equal partnership world, are the thesis of both essays. Both essay state a women role in the society, My Mother Never Worked also states if a womens work is recognized or not. Donna Smith-Yakel, who wrote, My mother never worked, describes her mothers as strong woman, housewife, mother and then a grandmother. I want a wife written Judy Brady, also describes womens role towards the household compared to man, and the opportunities they are presented with in life. In My Mother Never worked, a daughter remembering her mothers past, files for her mothers death b ...
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  • Germany: The Answer To An Old Question Thesis: This Paper Will Argue That Germany Needs To Secure Itself As Both The Economic - 1,143 words
    Germany: The answer to an old Question Thesis: This paper will argue that Germany needs to secure itself as both the economic and political hegemon of Europe inside of the European Union; until its present condition and effectiveness in the global politics changes, instability in the European Union, as well as, basic fear of will always be present. I. Introduction II. Historical Perspective-The two negative factors A. Fear - twice in one century 1) Bismarck/Frederick II 2) Hitler B. Foolishness 1) WWI 2) WWII III. Reunification - The Key A. Economic realities 1) E. Germany's status 2) Infrastructure B. The significance of one Germany 1) Future 2) Politics IV. European Union-The means to and ...
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  • Germany: The Answer To An Old Question Thesis: This Paper Will Argue That Germany Needs To Secure Itself As Both The Economic - 1,191 words
    ... he added 16 million people, the increase of physical size Germany, the situation in Eastern Europe and the existence of the European Union there has never been a better time for Europe. Possessing the resources, economies, population and production of practically the entire continent of Europe, the E.U. is in a very strong position globally. The European Union is the organization which has been absent in the past to act as a European systems diagnostic. It allows the member states to exist independently and interdependently, keeping them in check not allowing for unwarranted forms of imperialism and predatorial power politics. It creates a much needed form of a "check and balance" system ...
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  • Great Gatsby Thesis - 1,756 words
    Great Gatsby Thesis Fitzgerald's dominant theme in The Great Gatsby focuses on the corruption of the American Dream. By analyzing high society during the1920s through the eyes of narrator Nick Carraway, the author reveals that the American Dream has transformed from a pure ideal of security into a convoluted scheme of materialistic power. In support of this message, Fitzgerald highlights the original aspects as well as the new aspects of the American Dream in his tragic story to illustrate that a once impervious dream is now lost forever to the American people. The foundation qualities of the American Dream depicted in The Great Gatsby are perseverance and hope. The most glorified of these c ...
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  • Kirby Haizlipmidterm Thesis - 854 words
    Kirby Haizlip Midterm Thesis December 16, 1998 English 10 Mr Siuda The subject of people encountering ideas and objects that are alien is a common theme in many modern works of literature, including CS Lewis' Out of the Silent Planet and Ray Bradbury's classic novel Fahrenheit 451. Although there are different types of alien encounters, both of these books center around one or two pivotal encounters which changes a person's perception of life forever. In Ray Bradburys' classic novel of an alternate future filled with censorship and shallowness, the average life of a firefighter named Montag is turned upside down by two encounters with people who refuse to go along with the rules of a censors ...
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  • Project Thesis: Benito Mussolini In The Early 20th Century, Before Benito Mussolini And His Fascist Regime Came To Power Ital - 497 words
    Project Thesis: Benito Mussolini In the early 20th century, before Benito Mussolini and his fascist regime came to power. Italy was in a terrible state. The government was corrupt, there were back door deals taking place and there was wide spread violence. The government was constantly using brute force to silence those who opposed, many were also thrown in jail for advocating a change in the government. Among these men were Mussolini's father who during Benito early years instilled the ideas of socialism and a socialist government. During Benito's upbringing his father was thrown in jail a number of times for urging the over throw of the current Italian government. Times were tough and peop ...
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  • Thesis : The United States Didnt Want To Get Involved In The Spanishamerican War, But Was Dragged - 1,455 words
    THESIS : " The United States didnt want to get involved in the Spanish-American War, but was dragged into it due to yellow journalism, they wanted to control the seas, and wanted complete control over Cuba." The Spanish-American War - "The Splendid Little War" Pia DeAngelis Mr. Fishman Period 7 For 113 days during the summer of 1898, the United States was at war with Spain. Neither the president of the United States, nor his cabinet, nor the the queen of Spain, nor her ministers wanted the war wanted the war. It happened eventhough they made their best efforts to prevent it. It happened because of ambition, miscalculation, and stupidity; and it happened because of kindness, wit, and resource ...
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  • Thesis Essay On Korn - 1,207 words
    Thesis Essay On Korn 1, 2, 3, and I come from the wicked style you know that Im from the wicked crew, act like you knew.... Korn, the mere word means so much to so many people. They are one of the pioneers in todays modern rock world. Theyre also a band that many fans look to with their meaningful lyrics and awesome sound. Korn is by far the best modern rock band in music today due to their music, sound, lives, and performances. Out of the small town of Bakersfield, California, in the early nineties, came a sound. A faint whisper at first, it grew in force and intensity with time, unhindered by the yapping mouths of politicians and parents alike. It rang in their ears. It plagued their mind ...
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  • Thesis Life In The 1900s Was Depressing And Was An Era Filled With Extremely Hard And Strenous Work That Didnt Offer Any Futu - 1,438 words
    Thesis Life in the 1900's was depressing and was an era filled with extremely hard and strenous work that didn't offer any future for the average canadian in doing better. If you were an average wage earner you would be virtually stuck in the same job for the rest of your life, while rich maintained their wealth mainly caused by the low taxes. Living conditions were poor for average canadians and even worse for the arriving immigrants. At this time some of the modern convienences were just being invented and even if it were for sale only the extremely rich had the option of purchasing the items. Sports being very new, in the aspect of it being organized was small time compared to present day ...
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  • Thesis One: In Principle A Case Can Be Made On Moral Grounds Both Supporting And Opposing Capital Punishment - 1,311 words
    Thesis One: In principle a case can be made on moral grounds both supporting and opposing capital punishment. Thesis two: Concretely and in practice, compelling arguments against capital punishment can be made on the basis of its actual administration in our society. Two different cases can be made. One is based on justice and the nature of a moral community. This leads to a defense of capital punishment. The second is based on love and the nature of an ideal spiritual community. This leads to a rejection of capital punishment. JUSTICE AND THE NATURE OF MORAL COMMUNITY A central principle of a just society is that every person has an equal right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ...
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  • Thesis One: In Principle A Case Can Be Made On Moral Grounds Both Supporting And Opposing Capital Punishment - 1,261 words
    ... esus (Mk. 14:3-9). She was displaying love in the ecstatic dimension. Some present were thinking ethically. They complained that this perfume could have been sold and the proceeds given to the poor. On ethical grounds they were right. What the woman did was indefensible as a moral act. It was irrational and superethical. This deed flowed spontaneously from ecstatic love. Love has both an ethical and an ecstatic or superethical dimension, and we should not confuse the two. It is quite clear, however, that ecstatic agape cannot be the norm of large, impersonal societies. A corporation cannot exist on the basis of forgiving seventy times seven an incompetent employee whose repeated ineptnes ...
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  • Thesis Statement - 1,818 words
    Thesis Statement Ambrose Bierces "Chickamauga" is representative of his typical subject matter, theme, and style. Outline I. Introduction II. Biographical Sketch A. Military experiences B. Effect of the loss of his wife and eldest son III. Bierces subject matter IV. Bierces themes A. Supernatural themes B. Military themes V. Bierces style of writing VI. Bierces subject matter in "Chickamauga" A. Civil War B. Supernatural VII. Bierces theme in "Chickamauga" VIII. Bierces style in "Chickamauga" A. Shifting points of view B. Adult and child perspectives IX. Conclusion Ambrose Bierces "Chickamauga" is representative of his typical subject matter, theme, and style. His subject matter often deals ...
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  • Thesis Statement: The United States Did Not Step Up Ag Ainst The Ottoman Empire Because The Did Not Have Anything To Gain Fro - 1,001 words
    Thesis Statement: The United States did not step up ag ainst the Ottoman Empire because the did not have anything to gain from the Armenians. The term Genocide is very frequently used in recent times. It is a Latin compound made up of two words. Gens, meaning people or race, and the root meaning cid meaning "to destroy". In 1915, the Turks of the Ottoman Empire massacred the Armenians. While these series of massacres that started in 1894 were taking place, where was the US? The US did not step up against the Ottoman Empire because they had no interest and nothing to gain from the Armenians. On the other hand, they imported agricultural products from Turkey. From 1990 to 1923, there was a com ...
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  • Thesis Statement: The United States Did Not Step Up Ag Ainst The Ottoman Empire Because The Did Not Have Anything To Gain Fro - 1,005 words
    ... gration from Turkey and this continued until 1908. Emigration started again until the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Immigration records stated that between the two periods until 1914, a total of 70,982 Armenians had entered the United States. When the Armenians came into the US they were not treated very well in terms of jobs oppertunities, and they were struggling to live. During the 1930s, under President Roosevelt "New Deal Administration", more jobs were available and the Armenians lives were getting better. During the genocide, news of the deportations and massacres came to the rest of the world late because the Turks had control over communication lines. When the US found out ab ...
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  • Thesis Statement: There Really Is No True Or Perfect Human Image Nor Can It Be Proven Right By Using Religious Theories Which - 801 words
    Thesis statement: There really is no true or perfect human image nor can it be proven right by using religious theories which are hypocritical. Their theories developed from the experiences of Man, particularly from his tribulation. The Waknuk people are insecure about themselves; therefore, they use God as an excuse for their persecution of the deviates. In John Wyndham's, The Chrysalids, we have the opportunity to view mankind not in the ideal way as most would like, but in a realistic way. The deviate is not perfect and because he is it, he is shunned by society, which under the guise of hypocrisy, seeks to prove that it does not have to accept anything abnormal. The whole idea of human d ...
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  • Thesis To Be Unstuck In Time And Fight Or To Be Against War And Not Fight - 352 words
    Thesis- To be "unstuck in time" and fight or to be against war and not fight. I. How Kurt Vonnegut uses Fragmentation. A. Keeping Dresden fresh in the readers mind. 1. Billy goes back to Dresden reader goes with him. 2. First hand account of the massacre. a. Live through the horrors of war b. The reader is able to reflect on the horrors of war. II. Time there is no past,present or future in Slaughterhouse-five. A. Billy learns this view of all time existing from a group of aliens called Tralfamadorians. 1. There way of looking at time is comparable to a humans way of looking at"a stretch of the Rocky Mountains." 2. All things are destined to happen. B. Constantly seeing things through Billys ...
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  • Thesis: How Accurate Or Inaccurate Were Aristotles Writings On Meteorology - 1,633 words
    Thesis: How accurate or inaccurate were Aristotles writings on meteorology? Introduction: Aristotle wrote about many subjects that can be grouped into five general divisions: logic, physical works, psychological works, natural history works, and philosophical works. One of the little known physical works concerned meteorology. Aristotles views on meteorology are fascinating, but many of the views were not accurate. This paper compares only a few of his views to actual meteorological facts. I. Biography A. Birth and growth B. Influence on writings II. Basis of Aristotles meteorology A. Elements and theory B. Science and facts III. Water vapor and precipitation A. Aristotles view B. Science an ...
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