The Sitcoms of the 1970s
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...1970s: Different Jokes for Different Folks As the turbulent 1960s were ending, network television was gearing up for the even more violent 1970s. Within the first few years of the decade the network executives would virtually kill off the rural south, the working white male, and the obedient mother and her house brimming with smiling well-behaved children. Idealism would be replaced by realism and experimentation would take the place of formula. Television began to be broadcast in full color and with it came the understanding that television was America. But who were these Americans They were reflected in the thirty-minute weekly episodes of television's mainstay, the sitcom... The Sitcoms of the 1970s: ...
The Conversation and the 1970s America
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...1970s America The conversation is a movie production by Francis Coppola Ford. It is a psychological thriller which stars Gene Hackman, and supported by John Cazale, Harrison Ford, and Cindy Williams. Gene Hackman plays the role of Harry Caul, a business man in the surveillance industry. He is the main protagonist in this movie. Other role includes that of Harrison Ford, who acts as Martin Stett. He hires Caul to intercept important information from Cindy Williams who plays the role of Ann, and Fredrick Forest who plays the role of Mark. This movie has won two major awards, that isthe 1974 Palm d’Or award, and a selection for preservation by the national film registry... The Conversation and the 1970s...
World War II through the 1970s
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...1970s World War II through the 1970s Introduction The period after the world war two is also known as the as the “post war economic boom”. There are various other names assigned to this time period based on the activities that took place in this span of time and such activities are of great significance in the history of many nations. Other names given to this period after the world war are “long boom” and “golden age of capitalism”. It was then that the concept of economic development came into being, to eradicate poverty from nations (Kozulj, 2003). Many historic turning points took place after the World War 2 which left their impact on the history of mankind. Two... power. This scandal...
World War II Through the 1970s
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...1970s The period from World War II through 1970s was critical to American history owing to groundbreaking political and philosophical concepts that arose at the time, as well as dramatic military engagements. In the period, there were massive social movements as well as significant developments in the political, technological and scientific arena. This paper explores significant turning points in American history at the said time. In addition, the paper explores the impact that the developments had on America’s society, economy, politics, and culture. Moreover, the paper explores why Americans in the late 1930s did not wish to be engaged in the World War II. The paper also... ? World War II through the...
World War II Through the 1970s
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...1970s Here Here Here Here Assignment 3: WWII Through the 1970s Therewere many important events in the time period under discussion, but two of the most impactful may be the assault on Pearl Harbor, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. These events are still commonly referenced in media throughout the world, demonstrating an impact that reaches beyond the lasting national response. Additionally, both led to significant developments in the American perspective like sympathy for the incoming president, as well as finding pride in their potent military. 2. The second World War was originally a European conflict. Americans were hesitant to become involved due... 3: WWII Through the 1970s Here Here Here...
World War II through the 1970s
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...1970s (Add (Add (Add World War II through the 1970s Two important events in the history of America between World War II and 1970s are the US entry in Vietnam in 1954 and the passing of Civil Rights Act in 1964. These two events had a large number of inerasable effects on the American society. The very first effect was the development of an anti-war attitude and a general decline in patriotism among a considerable number of Americans. The nation witnessed many protests like the Chicano Moratorium that marred the integrity of the nation. Since then, the nation has been ideologically split into two spheres in all military activities. Also, it becomes necessary for Presidents... ?  World War II through the...
World War II through the 1970s
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...1970s (Add (Add (Add World War II through the 1970s Two important events in the history of America between World War II and 1970s are the US entry in Vietnam in 1954 and the passing of Civil Rights Act in 1964. These two events had a large number of inerasable effects on the American society. The very first effect was the development of an anti-war attitude and a general decline in patriotism among a considerable number of Americans. The nation witnessed many protests like the Chicano Moratorium that marred the integrity of the nation. Since then, the nation has been ideologically split into two spheres in all military activities. Also, it becomes necessary for Presidents... World War II through the...
World War II Through the 1970s
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...1970s - World War II through the 1970s Introduction World War II engraved a strong mark on world’s history by redistributing the power equilibrium, which existed before its onset. There is no doubt, that this event shaped the world during its course, but its influence was even evident decades after the flames of war have been extinguished. The war officially started in 1939 with the formation of two global military fronts, the allies and the axis. Most countries had no choice but to join either of the two military alliances. It was by far the most globally widespread war ever fought in the history of mankind. The European conflict was already heating up during the 1930s... ? World War II through the...
World War II Through the 1970s
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...1970s - World War II through the 1970s Introduction World War II engraved a strong mark on world’s history by redistributing the power equilibrium, which existed before its onset. There is no doubt, that this event shaped the world during its course, but its influence was even evident decades after the flames of war have been extinguished. The war officially started in 1939 with the formation of two global military fronts, the allies and the axis. Most countries had no choice but to join either of the two military alliances. It was by far the most globally widespread war ever fought in the history of mankind. The European conflict was already heating up during the 1930s... World War II through the 1970s...
"World War II through the 1970s"
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...1970s 0 Introduction The World War II was regarded tobe the bloodiest and largest armed conflict in the history of mankind; over the years the results of the war have continued to incorporate the various interests of historians, scholars and veterans. Nations have become aware of political, social and military implications of the war. World War II created a number of turning points which have impacted the current American society, politically, economically and socially. The results of the war II came up with civil rights, awareness and programs. 2.0 World War II: Turning points and impacts During the 1970s, there were two major historical turning points. One... ? WORLD WAR II World War II through the...
World War II Through the 1970s
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...1970s Here Here Here Here Assignment 3: WWII Through the 1970s There were many important events in the time period under discussion, but two of the most impactful may be the assault on Pearl Harbor, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. These events are still commonly referenced in media throughout the world, demonstrating an impact that reaches beyond the lasting national response. Additionally, both led to significant developments in the American perspective like sympathy for the incoming president, as well as finding pride in their potent military. 2. The second World War was originally a European conflict. Americans were hesitant to become involved due... ? Assignment 3: WWII Through the 1970s...
"World War II through the 1970s"
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...1970s World War II through the 1970s Introduction The period after the world war two is also known as the as the “post war economic boom”. There are various other names assigned to this time period based on the activities that took place in this span of time and such activities are of great significance in the history of many nations. Other names given to this period after the world war are “long boom” and “golden age of capitalism”. It was then that the concept of economic development came into being, to eradicate poverty from nations (Kozulj, 2003). Many historic turning points took place after the World War 2 which left their impact on the history of mankind. Two... ? World War II Through The 1970s...
The Oil Crises in the 1970s
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...1970s “The Story and the Reason Behind the Oil Crisis in The 1970s” The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) mainly consisting of Arab nations ceased their exports of oil products to US and other Western countries during October 1973. The oil blockade was not only meant to demonstrate these nation’s vibrant power that they had on the supply of oil products to the whole world but also to protest against the Western nations and US which took the side with Israel against Egypt in the Yom Kippur war which caused the increase of price of petrol from just $3 per barrel to $12 per barrel in the year 1973. The oil blockade had a whooping impact... ? 14 October . The Oil Crisis in the 1970s...
The Italian Feminist Movement in the 1970s
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...1970s Women throughout the world are considered to be a driving force in a country’s progress in terms of its standing in the international forum. They actively participate and lead in all sectors of the economy, namely the army, politics and the corporate world. The standing of the women in today’s world is owing to the constant struggle of feminist movements in the past. Instances of such anti-women oppression movements are highlighted in numerous accounts of history. Such an instance forms a part of the history of Italy. An Italian Feminist Movement took place during the 1970s and this movement led to women being considered not only equal to men but also... The Italian Feminist Movement in the 1970s...
World War 2 Through the 1970s
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...1970s World War 2 through the 1970s There are numerous historical turning points for America such as Montgomery Bus Boycotts and Watergate scandal. This paper will discuss the two historical turning points, why America was reluctant to join European conflicts of 1930s and role played by Women in helping Second World War. The paper will also discuss the civil rights breakthroughs after Second World War for the African-Americans and political awareness of the young Americans during the Vietnam War. On the last part, the paper will describe President Johnson’s great society programs that are currently relevant to America. Introduction There are significant historical turning... ? World War 2 through the...
American Foreign Policy in 1950s 1970s
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...1970s 2008 American Foreign Policy in 1950s - 1970s Soon after the end of World War II in 1945, theUnited States got involved in an absolutely new type international political game known as the Cold War. Never before political relations on the international scene were so complex, and no wonder that the country often failed to adequately respond to many challenges. Intensive involvement of domestic problems into the sphere of international relations was one of the most essential among these challenges. The Soviets seized on a basic flaw in the American system, and effectively used it to demonstrate the world serious discrepancy between the foreign initiatives... American Foreign Policy in 1950s - 1970s...
World War 2 Through the 1970s
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...1970s World War 2 through the 1970s There are numerous historical turning points for America such as Montgomery Bus Boycotts and Watergate scandal. This paper will discuss the two historical turning points, why America was reluctant to join European conflicts of 1930s and role played by Women in helping Second World War. The paper will also discuss the civil rights breakthroughs after Second World War for the African-Americans and political awareness of the young Americans during the Vietnam War. On the last part, the paper will describe President Johnson’s great society programs that are currently relevant to America. Introduction There are significant historical turning... World War 2 through the...
World War II through the 1970s
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...1970s World War II was one of the greatest wars that took place in the 20th century. This war saw heavy military spending and most countries engaged each other to prove their military supremacy. This war started in 1939 and lasted until 1945. Nearly all continents of the world were involved in this war either direct or indirect. However, this war largely involved countries that had seen a rapid growth in their economy. The war involved two extreme sides, the allies, and the axis. The axes were the original inventor of this war while the axis joined this war to protect their interest, which was under threat from the axis. The United States was involved... in this war at later stages....
Rise of the New Right in the 1970s and 1980s
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...1970s and 1980s The term 'New Right' is one which is used in various different countries across the world, and it is used as a descriptive term for various forms of conservative, right-wing, or self-proclaimed dissident oppositional movements and groups, of which emerged in the mid to late 20th Century. In the United States in particular, the term refers to a particular conservative political movement which coalesced through certain grassroots organizing in the years that preceded 1964, particularly the presidential campaign of Barry Goldwater in 1964. "The Goldwater campaign, though failing to unseat... The Social, Political and Economic Conditions Which Contributed to the Rise of the New Right in the...
Compare Modern Martial Art Magazines with 1970s Editions
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...1970's Editions Introduction Martial Arts is an evolving form of self-defense as all other formsof discipline and arts, and it follows that publications such as magazines that report and chronicle this art must evolve, too. Many believe that martial arts trace its origins from Shaolin Kung Fu. Although it is widely acknowledged that self-defense is global in nature ever since there are traces of human history, for self-defense and preservation, Shaolin Kung Fu popularized by actors such as Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jet Li, have become iconic and symbolical. Westerners and even other Orientals have been drawn to its mystique and discipline so... The Modern Martial Art Magazines in Comparison with 1970's ...
Review of 1970s Art Through the Works of Valerie Jaudon
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...1970’s Art Through the Works of Valerie Jaudon Introduction This paper will show a review of the influence of the decoration and pattern movement of the 1970s and the artist(s) involved, were influenced, or anything to do anything with this time period. This paper will examine the works of Valerie Jaudon from the 1970s and what his influence was on that particular time period. Avalon This first work which will be looked at is called Avalon. Avalon was created in 1976 with oil and aluminum on a canvas that is 76 inches by 108 inches. This works uses a pattern which has black shapes outlined in white. This simplification of colors brings about a balance to the works that leans towards... 19 Nov Review of...
Assignment 3: "World War II through the 1970s"
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...1970’s There are various historical turning points in American history. This paper will discusstwo historical turning points that have shaped America’s current economy, society and politics. The paper will also discuss the role played by women during the Second World War and ways in which the Vietnam War brought some consciousness to the young American generation. Finally, the paper will discuss two economic programs that were implemented by President Johnson in his ‘Great Society’ agenda which are still relevant in the current American society and economy. World War II through the 1970’s Introduction Historical turning points in American society, economy and politics... ? World War II through the 1970’s ...
1970s Euro & American Auteurs (History of Film 2 : Post-1940)
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...1970s, almost forty years later, they still have... of Film 2: Post-1940 The auteur film style is one that involves the director being considered the sole of their film. That is, they leave their own personal, unique mark on a film that makes it difficult to give others credit for the films outcome. The auteur style is often criticized, as it takes the entire crew to put together a movie. However, there were and are many directors that have surpassed those opposing arguments, such as Scorsese, Coppola, Lucas and Allen. These directors have added such unique qualities to their films that it is difficult to not view them as the films sole authors. Though they were bigger names in the 1970s, almost forty...
United States History, World War II through 1970s
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...1970s World War II was one of the greatest wars that took place in the 20th century. This war saw heavy military spending and most countries engaged each other to prove their military supremacy. This war started in 1939 and lasted until 1945. Nearly all continents of the world were involved in this war either direct or indirect. However, this war largely involved countries that had seen a rapid growth in their economy. The war involved two extreme sides, the allies, and the axis. The axes were the original inventor of this war while the axis joined this war to protect their interest, which was under threat from the axis. The United States was involved... in this war at later stages....
Michigan's Responce to the PBB Crisis in the 1970s
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...1970s has primarily been considered as a flame retardant1. The Michigan Chemical Corporation in St. Louis, Michigan was the main producer of the FireMaster brand of these PBB flame retardants. The brand... biphenyl crisis in Michigan The PBB (Polybrominated biphenyl) crisis in Michigan is considered one of the worst chemical contaminations of the US. Its impact has been considered extensive and prolonged and to date, its effects are still being felt and its issues unresolved. What started out as a mislabeling in a chemical factory led to a series of events which culminated in this disaster, primarily attributed to the chemical Polybrominated biphenyl or PBBs. PBBs, prior to the 1970s has primarily been...
The Great Inflation of the 1970s in the United States
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...1970s in the United s Introduction In asummed up brief, the Great Inflation of the 1970s was a period that epitomized the United States’ struggle with double-digit inflation rates beginning early in the 1970s until early 1980s. As asserted by many authors and in many literatures, post World War II economists and politicians toyed with certain ideas proposed by Keynesian economics. According to this type of economics, it is possible to trade off inflation and employment to achieve some economic stability and growth, albeit for a short-term objective (Bulkley, p135). According to this school of thought, small amounts of inflation could... ? of Lecturer] Macro & Micro economics The Great Inflation of the...
The Hollywood Renaissance of the 1960s and Early 1970s
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...1970s Introduction The decade of the 1960s and into the early 1970s marked a period of turbulence and change in the American socio-political landscape. Among the events giving way to this landscape were the civil rights movements, the hippy culture, radicalism among students, the new left, feminism, the gay rights’ movements, the anti-Vietnam war movements, the Kennedy assassination, the Watergate scandal, the US withdrawal from Vietnam and the oil crisis among other events (King 2002, p. 14). The period of the 1960s and early 1970s was also the Cold War era and many Americans feared a nuclear attack (Neve 1995, p. 221). Arguably these events were... The Hollywood Renaissance of the 1960s and Early...
The Hollywood Renaissance of the 1960s and Early 1970s
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...1970s Introduction The decade of the 1960s and into the early 1970s marked a period of turbulence and change in the American socio-political landscape. Among the events giving way to this landscape were the civil rights movements, the hippy culture, radicalism among students, the new left, feminism, the gay rights’ movements, the anti-Vietnam war movements, the Kennedy assassination, the Watergate scandal, the US withdrawal from Vietnam and the oil crisis among other events (King 2002, p. 14). The period of the 1960s and early 1970s was also the Cold War era and many Americans feared a nuclear attack (Neve 1995, p. 221). Arguably these events were... The Hollywood Renaissance of the 1960s and Early...
The decline in United States power in the 1970s was illusory. Discuss
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...1970s: Decline of Power or Illusion During the decade of the 1970s political unrest, unstable presidencies, unpopular foreign policies, inflationary economic pressures, and an internal tension that was spilling over outside its own borders rocked the United States and shook the fabric of its society. To many observers it seemed that the once dominant international leader had lost its greatness and was suffering from an acute loss of world power. The decade opened with the US military mired in a losing war effort and a population that had turned its disapproval of the war into violence. The presidency of Richard Nixon was shattered as evidence of insidious corruption cane to light... The United s in the...
How are women portrayed in the films of the 1960s and 1970s
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...1970S MOVIES By Depiction of Women in 1960s and 1970s Movies 1960s and 1970s marked a period of one of the most memorable feminist protests and movements that changed the face of gender outlook in the world for what it is today (Carruthers, 2007). Feminist movements catapulted liberation of women into public consciousness and the media during this historical epoch. The period was known as the Second Wave of Feminism and as with any other groundswell; efforts of the feminists were either distorted or diluted. The feminist beliefs differed from groups to groups and from one woman to another. By 1970s, the Second Wave Feminist Movements had inspired several men... and women in the United States...
Did Lebanon fall apart in the 1970s and 1980s because of the Arab-Israeli conflict?
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...1970s and 1980s and this is because the countries, which were in conflict, borderedLebanon on all sides except the Mediterranean Sea. It is a normal thing for countries, which border those, that are involved in conflict to experience some form of repercussions from the civil and external conflicts of their neighbours and in this case, Lebanon was not an exception. Lebanon was so much influenced by the conflicts of its neighbours that it not only had economic consequences, as would normally be the case, but also political ones as well. The Arab-Israeli conflict had a direct hand in the political instability which developed in Lebanon... The Arab-Israeli conflict had a huge impact on Lebanon during the...
The appearance of nostalgia for American cinema's history in the films of the 1970s
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...1970s – that the 1950s were a time of nuclear family and father knows best. A time of unlimited dreams and houses in the suburbs. Picket fences and family dogs. Benevolent fathers who dispense advice, and mothers who wear aprons and bake cookies. That sort of image. These images are stereotypical, yet are still the stuff of 1950s fantasies. These images are also not the way that it really was. Stephanie Coontz (1997... ?Introduction Movies may give the viewer a sense of nostalgia. This is when the movies portray events that occur during a period of time in a somewhat idealized way. For instance, Rock Hudson and Doris Day movies provide a nostalgic view of the 1950s, in that these were cute romantic...
Hollywood in the 1970s choose one question to answer from below
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...1970s. It had begun in the United States in the 1960s, highlighting the importance of roles based on feminism in society, highlighting issues such as rape and sexual assault, gender discrimination, exploitation, and objectification. (Ryan, 1988). Considering issues of feminism, Hollywood film industry took steps towards foregrounding women by portraying them as lead actors in movies, presenting many contemporary issues related to women status... POST-1997 HOLLYWOOD ERA By + Contents Introduction 2 Hollywood Films and Concerns on Feminism 3 Hollywood Films and How They Are Related to Feminism 3 Conclusion 7 References 9 Introduction The full emergence of “second wave feminism” came in the wake of early 1...
Assess the role of small time Diplomats in the Egypt-Israeli peace making (1970s)
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...1970s) Small time diplomatic personnel played a significant role in establishing the peacemaking treaty between Egypt and Israel, for instance the Jordanian diplomats (Vanetik 68). The diplomats emphasized on the importance of each nation to respect the territorial integrity of one another. The two countries established diplomatic relations and Begin and Sadat received the Nobel peace prize for their efforts (Corrigan 43). Respect is a very significant factor when it comes to peacemaking. Partnership is the other thought that diplomats emphasized, which would help in this peace treaty. The idea of partnership in the Egypt-Israel treaty... Role of Diplomats in the Egypt-Israeli peacemaking treaty (1970s) ...
Popular Culture in the 1960s and 1970s overwhelmingly made the Beatles more Popular than Jesus.
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...1970s overwhelmingly made the Beatles more Popular than Jesus Christopher Goforth 6/24/2012 Introduction In 1966, John Lennon made the largely controversial statement about the Beatles being more popular than Jesus. In an interview, he said that “Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that; I'm right and I'll be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now”1. This statement was lauded by their fans, but significantly condemned by the Catholic Church and other Christian religions. Nevertheless, it was a statement which was significantly supported on so many levels due to the power and the influence of popular... of Central Oklahoma Popular Culture in the 1960s and 1970s ...
The Nixon Era: Rebellion and Reaction in the 1960s and 1970s
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...1970s The Roots of Rebellion The 1960s are commonlyknown as a turbulent decade. The assassinations of John F. Kennedy in 1963 and Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy in 1968, the Vietnam War and its accompaniment of antiwar protests and political and social upheaval contributed to a social climate of "despair, disenchantment, conflict, and frustration" (Genovese, 1990, p6). It was in this America that Richard Nixon was elected president. Nixon and Middle America Richard Nixon grew up in the kind of America that later came to be called Middle America, or the silent majority. These were "hard-working, church-going people, farmers, shop... The Nixon Era: Rebellion and Reaction in the 1960s and...
Impact Of Minimalism Art Movement Has On Art Community During 1960s -1970s
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...1970s’ The dawn of 1960s sawthe emergence of a new phenomenon in the art industry: Minimalism. A concept with strange and unusual elements as one would expect of any ordinary art work. There cannot be any design without a designer; the individuals who trail blazed in this field or whose works, in the strict sense of the word, can be termed as minimalistic art are people like Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Robert Morris, Sol Lewitt and Dan Flavin (Marzona p7). What then is minimalism? Strickland, 2000, 7 defines minimalism as a movement, primarily in post war America towards an art-visual, musical, literary or otherwise... ? Lecturer: ‘Impact of minimalism art movement has on art community during 1960s -1970s’...
Research report about Movie Mavericks: Creativity, Crisis and Change in 1970s Hollywood
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...1970s Hollywood The aim of this research report is to closely analyze twoseparate film histories of 1970’s Hollywood cinema while simultaneously contrasting and comparing them with each other. This research seeks to understand how the histories provided by Hillier (Forty years of change: Hollywood from the 1940’s to the1980’s) and Elsaesser’s ‘Notes on the unmotivated hero; the pathos of failure; American films in the 70’s’ come to highlight different aspects of the film industry yet equally maintain their statuses as ‘histories’ and not simply perspectives. Hillier’s ‘Forty years of change: Hollywood from the 1940’s to the 1980’s’ attempts... Teacher Movie Mavericks: Creativity, Crisis and Change in...
An Analysis of the History and Development of Hip Hop Dancing (from late 1960's-1970s)
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...1970s. Executive Summary Hip-hop dancing emerged in 1960s to 1970s in the USA, mainly in the ghettoes in New York and the general east coast and west coast. It can be referred to as an art that is essentially formed from hip-hop music. It involves various styles of dances within this category as per the findings in this paper. During this period, it evolved through distinct elements that made up the different styles. The dances majorly consisted of the break dance, rapping and funk styles including locking and popping. It was initiated by African Americans. In fact, the word “hip” was used by the African... significance. It, however, was not much appreciated by the outsiders until the media...
Globalization, as the world has experienced it since the 1970s, has been rooted in neoliberal policy. Discuss alternative frame
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...1970s been intrinsically connected with the neoliberal political project. This paper will deal with the problems of neoliberal project of globalization and its impact on urban life. It will be argued that the neoliberal vision of the globalization is both inherently self-contradictory and unable to reach its proclaimed goals, and that the alternative variants of globalization are needed for the globalization... 20 April Neoliberal Globalization, Alternative Frameworks for Globalization and Urban Development The process known as ‘the globalization’, that is, the increase in global inter-dependence in economic, political and cultural spheres within the framework of current world-system, has since the...
To What Extent did American Materialism Lead to the Soviet Union's Negative View of Western Capitalism during the 1970s and 1980s?
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...1970s and 1980s? I This paper should detail, from both the Soviet point of view and Andrew Bacevichs point of view, the flaws of American capitalism. When analyzing please include the assertion that capitalism does often times lead to greed and materialism, but that at the same time it allows for a more free market and access to that market. The following discussion examines whether or not American Materialism lead to the Soviet Union’s negative view of Western Capitalism during the 1970s and the 1980s. The Soviet Union or at least its leadership was widely perceived to have... 260403 To What Extent did American Materialism Lead to the Soviet Unions Negative View of Western Capitalism during the 1970s ...
I will use five ads to explore how ads show/demonstrate the cultural change in British advertising in post-WWII period. Time period: Post-WWII-1970s
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...1970s. One of such cultural changes is evident from the advertisements being portrayed that decipher cultural traditions. Advertisement... Advertising and Social Change Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Analysis of the Advertisements 4 3000-Year-Old Babylonian Tablet Requesting the Return of a Slave 4 2. History of You Vehicle 5 3. Aftermath of World War II 7 4. Suschitzkys Festival of Britain from 1951 Gives Exhibition Visitors a Glance at How the Government Tried to Boost British Morale after WWII 10 5. Rationing in the United Kingdom 12 Conclusion 14 References 16 Introduction Britain and other nations have witnessed noteworthy cultural changes during the period of post-WWII-1970s. O...
1. From the early 1970s criminology was subject to a process of radicalisation which brought both positive and negative consequences for the discipline. Discuss
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...1970s Year of Study/Semester: Submitted: Among criminologists, there is the general consensus that criminology has undergone tremendous transformation since the 1970s both in time and space. To others, this field has especially been enriched by the development of a number of approaches since the same period. In particular, the said development or transformation saw the fusion of this field with a range of broad theories of social control, modernisation and modernity. This can be attributed to the fact that criminologists have tended to look at crime from a broad-based spectrum as well as other associated paradigm shifts over time. By so doing, crime has been... Development Process of Criminology Since...
What explains the shift from the stagnation of integration of European Union in the 1970s to its revival in the 1980s?
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...1970s to its revival in the 1980s? The European Union (EU) is essentially a political unit wrapping a bulky fraction of the continent of Europe. It was set up upon several treaties and has duly grown to the height that has carried it from an initial six member states to current twenty seven; a greater part of nations in Europe. There is quite an elongated roll of high historical characters, which, in pretty diverse ways, trailed an idea of integrated Europe. These personalities are Charlemagne, Napoleón, Charles V, and Metternich. Incidentally, even the infamous and notorious personages as Adolf Hitler, did... College: What explains the shift from the stagnation of integration of European Union in the...
"World War II through the 1970s"
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...?Many historians and scholars have indicated that the rise of the United s to the status of superpower was directly born out of the results of the Second World War. With whereas it is true that the United States had fact very exhibiting a greater and greater degree of industrial, economic, political, and military power since its inception as a nation, it was the Second World War that ultimately reduce any competition that it face to peripheral status. This is not to say that the bipolar nature of the world, exhibited during the Cold War years did not have an impact upon whether or not the United States continued to grow as a global superpower. Rather, the following analysis to discuss... historians and...
Compare and contrast the economic downturns of the Great Depression in the 1930s and the Malaise of the 1970s from an historical perspective. What was the historical significance of each of these for the American people?
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...1970s Both the Great Depression in the 1930s and the Malaise of the 1970s served to indicate how far the economy of countries could decline. Both affected all counties, the rich and the poor, diminishing their economic capability and lowering the purchasing power of individuals as well as creating economic recession (Bernanke, 4). The level of trade, the profits earned and the tax revenue earned by the government during these periods declined, resulting to the inability of the employers and the governments pay their employees, causing an increase in unemployment (Bernanke, 10). However, there are some contrasts between the Great Depression... The Great Depression in the 1930s and the Malaise of the...
The difference in Representation and Performance in Gender in the Musical Genre of the 1930s in contrast to that of the Popular Musicals of the late 1970s and early 1980s
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...1970’s and early 1980’s. Introduction The differences in representation and performance of gender have been to a greater extent. The 1930s era was deployed with the great depression and people were more diverted and focused on individual benefits rather than social fulfillments. This was also a pre effect of the world war and all the factors that were leading to it. However, the 1970s era was also considered as the Golden Age for the musicals and was thrived with bold and fresh energy in the movies. There mark two different timeline on musicals and how... ?The difference in Representation and Performance in Gender in the Musical Genre of the 1930’s in contrast to that of the Popular Musicals of the late...
The role of accounting profession in development and regulation of modern capital markets since 1970s
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...1970 to the present. Critically evaluate the role of the accounting profession in the development and regulation of modern capital markets from 1970 to the present. The requirements of each profession are usually clearly defined in the laws regulating the relevant sector. In accounting, a similar practice has been used. Accounting profession, like all professions, is based on a series of ethical rules and standards set both by the law and the national organization related to the specific field (Solita and Fajardo 2008, p.2). It should be noted that the accounting profession can... ? Critically evaluate the role of the accounting profession in the development and regulation of modern capital markets from...
Power discusses several issues of human rights and genocide since the 1970s. Select one of these issues---Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, or Kosovo, and explain what
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...1970, was not the genocide, but of varying agendas by individual countries. When the Khmer Rouge came to power, the first order was to empty all cities. The goal was to create an agricultural based society with all members living in rural areas. The flaw to Pol Pot’s plan was he expected this change to happen overnight. The young, old, sick, dying, man, woman, and everyone else had to leave the city (Chandler, 2000: 95). This alone created casualties. Some city residents only had ten minutes (Kiernan, 2002: 38). The residents that refused, no matter if sick or unable to leave, were killed. All the urban population had to relocate to the countryside in a matter...
The United States economy has experienced periods of dramatic growth, as well as periods of crisis. Explain the causes of the booms and busts in the US economy (booms like the 20s, 50s and 80s vs. busts like 1929 and 1970s), and go on to see if understand
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...Boom and Bust in the United s Boom and busts are considered inevitable in a capitalistic system. As a matter of fact, there are experts who believe that it is cyclical, occurring every thirty years or so (Findley, 138). This is a legitimate argument in the sense that capitalistic system is based on a free market economy, the best model in terms of wealth generation but also a model where self-interest and the pursuit of profit are considered the rules. The Keynesian theory, the economic model credited to have helped the United States navigate the bust that was the Great Depression, recognizes that the economy and the market needed governmental intervention and responses. The reason... and Bust in the...
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