Clockwork Orange
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...Clockwork Orange The movie “A Clockwork Orange´ happens to be a crime film adapted, which was produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film employs disturbing as well as violent images for commenting on psychiatry juvenile crime, youth crimes as well as other political, economic and social subjects within an imaginary frightening near future Britain. The main Character, Alex, happens to be a charismatic, sociopathic criminal interested in classical music, rape as well as ultra-violence. This film archives the terrible crime extravaganza of Alexi’s gang, his capture as well as attempted rehabilitation...
A Clockwork Orange
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...Clockwork Orange’ is a book about young teenage boy by the of Alex and his violent life. This is a fictional book written by Anthony Burgess and is written in a slang language called ‘nadsat’ which is a fusion of Russian and Polish, it is a little difficult to comprehend but the writing gets easier as the book progresses. Alex is a fifteen year old boy who roams about the streets of a futuristic city; he is the leader of a self formed gang which comprises of three more people Dim, Pete and Georgie. They live in the Korova Milkbar where they drink milk infused with drugs and roam about displaying the worst demonstrations of violence which includes theft, beating men up and raping women... such...
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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...Clockwork Orange’ is a book about young teenage boy by the of Alex and his violent life. This is a fictional book written by Anthony Burgess and is written in a slang language called ‘nadsat’ which is a fusion of Russian and Polish, it is a little difficult to comprehend but the writing gets easier as the book progresses. Alex is a fifteen year old boy who roams about the streets of a futuristic city; he is the leader of a self formed gang which comprises of three more people Dim, Pete and Georgie. They live in the Korova Milkbar where they drink milk infused with drugs and roam about displaying the worst demonstrations of violence which includes theft, beating men up and raping women... such...
A Clockwork Orange and the Inviolability of Free Will
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...Clockwork orange and the inviolability of free will The book, the clockwork orange by Antony Burgess unfolds in the chilly and dark streets of a futuristic city. The stories setting is in a rather violent and grim future split into three parts, part one that introduces the main character in the story, part two that finds the main character a few years older and part three in which the main character is released from prison (Burgess). The story revolves around Alex (the main character) a fifteen-year-old teenager who happens to be a leader of a violent teenage gang in the city. Alex narrates his story in a very odd slang called Nadsat that’s hard... free will through choosing the course of...
Sound in A Clockwork Orange
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...Clockwork Orange starts with a move through blank screens painted with the primary colours (red and blue) with the sound of a synthesizer playing Bach. This initial juxtaposition between the most modern of instruments and Baroque music effectively alienates the audience by presenting two things that they are familiar with together. The two jar with one another and yet, as the first shot focuses in close-up on Alex's face, they seem paradoxically suited for one another. The music reflects... Sound in A Clockwork Orange Sound is an element of film technique which is often overlooked within what is basically seen as a visual art form. Butsound is an integral part of film in general, and within A Clockwork...
Evaluate the novels as works of literature and compare and contrast them. Discuss the political and psychological aspects of eac
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...Alex in ‘A Clockwork Orange’ is also a victim of the totalitarian society. The complexities faced by Winston and Alex both politically and psychologically, experienced in the dystopian society reveal the mental conflict of both the characters to adjust with the prevalent regime of the government. In George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-four, Winston who is the protagonist of the story is an epitome of sanity in the society which diverges completely from the perception of reality. O’Brien, who was an orthodox government agent remarked... ?Evaluate the novels as works of literature and compare and contrast them. Discuss the political and psychological aspects of each novel and compare and contrast those...
A clockwork orange (movie) write a critique "police science class"
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...Clockwork Orange”, A film By Stanley Kubric ABSTRACT Stanley Kubrick’s film “A clockwork Orange” is all about contradictions between the totalitarian control of the state and the individual freedom of the citizen .It tells us about the futility of the State trying to rehabilitate violent citizens through counter violence. Kubrick in one of his best films had succeeded in reworking on the hero, the British thug and sociopath named Alex De Large, by using his own cinematically unique style of presentation of the hero... uses is very crude, with...
Topic picked from the book "clockwork orange"
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...Clockwork Orange Introduction ‘Clockwork Orange’ is a fictional novel written by Anthony Burgess, which shows a certain genre in literature (satire) about the western society. The novel is based on certain occurring trends like the occasional culture of the youth in terms of rebelling and participating in violence. The novel was written to show the violent nature of human beings, and how human beings have the ability to choose between good and evil. It also relates how evil comes about, one being idle and free. Characters in the fictional novel include; Alex, George, Pete, Dim, P. R. Deltoid, The prison...
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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...Clockwork Orange” by Anthony Burgess Fundamentally, due to the effects of social conditioning on the ability to make moral judgments, the prison chaplain and Alex, the protagonist in the novel “A Clockwork Orange”, can be considered as characters who have lost free will and critical self-awareness in the form of conscience. This loss is the result of having suffered various forms of political and religious conditioning. Contextually... Alisha Singh Dana Wight English 122: Texts and Contexts B10 April 8th, 2011 Social Programming vs. Moral Choice: The Characterization of Free Will in “A C...
Chapter 21, of A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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...Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess Chapter 21 of ­A Clockwork Orange is essential to the narrative and thematic consumption of the novel. The entire idea of Alex as an unreliable narrator-protagonist who is susceptible to transformations at the most unexpected of times is what leads the reader through his words and it comes to a full-circle only in chapter 21. As Alex finds himself a mature, responsible person ready to take life seriously, he realizes how his tastes have changed. Even as he keeps speaking nadsat1, he is alienated from the new droogs2, Len, Rick and Bully. He does not share their enthusiasm for violence and even scoffs them for attacking the meek. He does not like... Chapter 21 of A...
A Clockworkwork Orange (1971 movie)
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...Clockwork Orange (1971 movie) The film A Clockwork Orange, by the renowned director Stanley Kubrick, is basically a science fiction. One can easily identify that the director shows keen interest to comment on the contemporary society. Almost all the problems faced by human beings are vividly portrayed by the director. Besides, the director makes use of the characters as his mouthpiece to communicate with the viewers. Thesis statement: An investigation to unearth the scope of the problems faced by human beings, within the film A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick. Plot summary The plot...
A Clocwork Orange
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...clockwork orange and more technical on his inside. The chaplain critiques and argues that true goodness ought to come from the within of an individual. His thoughts and actions do not show any aspect of dignity and freedom. Thus the role of morality in this film is to show the relationship that exists between conditioning and the morality of independence and dignity. The role of fate is evident with the main character of this film, for the way it starts to the end of the film, Alex engages himself in violent acts in the streets alongside his friends, he is involved in all kinds of violence, and however, fate has other plans for him as he encounters himself with the state... A Clocwork Orange The...
A Clockwise orange - Violence and Society
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...Alex, the protagonist in the 1962 novel A Clockwise Orange, and his pals are adolescent ‘style-boys’ who are used to ‘smashing faces and windows’ and night orgies. They communicate in slangs and external environment generates a vicious circle from where it is difficult to come out from the crime (Burgess). Alex's pals (‘droogs" in the novel's Anglo-Russian slang) are Dim, a slow-witted, systematic bruiser and Georgie, a motivated No 2 in command, and Pete, all of whom have predilection for ultra-violence. The author portrays Alex as a personality with an instinct to do antisocial activities and a hardcore juvenile wrongdoer; he is nevertheless sharp and intelligent with elegant taste...       A...
The Importance Of Free Will In Regards To Morality.
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...Clockwork Orange, unfolds in the gloomy and chilly streets in a futuristic city context. The most important character in the story is Alex, a 15-year-old teenager who is the person in charge of a gang of aggressive teenagers (Burgess 285). The main character introduces his associates in crime as Peter, Dim and George. Alex then continues with introducing the readers to the array of crimes that he and other gang members inflicted on naive citizens. The author provides a clear depiction of the situation at hand describing the details of the group activities. Alex commits different crimes from mugging, breaking... question to the readers on moral choices. With reference to the novel, the author...
FILM AND TECHNIQUE
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...Clockwork Orange starts with a move through blank screens painted with the primary colours (red and blue) with the sound of a synthesizer playing Bach. This initial juxtaposition between the most modern of instruments and Baroque music effectively alienates the audience by presenting two things that they are familiar with together. The two jar with one another and yet, as the first shot focuses in close-up on Alex’s face, they seem paradoxically suited for one another. The music reflects... Sound in A Clockwork Orange Sound is an element of film technique which is often overlooked within what is basically seen as a visual art form. But sound is an integral part of film in general, and within A Clockwork...
Post ww2 fiction and film
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...Alex, in a rather unbelievable epiphany, decides to give up his violent life, even though he states that his actions were perhaps inevitable. Burgess seems to be suggesting, in this British version at least, that the society that has produced them will eventually suck them into a morass of conventionality. Alex’s transformation might be compared to that of Jimmy Porter when he is shown to be rich, upper middle-class in Dejavu (in the 1980s) after his working class claustrophobia in Look Back in Anger. In A Clockwork Orange it happens within the same book. The film version of A Clockwork Orange was one of the most controversial in history... The Problems of post-war British society as seen through A...
My impression and comment of "Stanley Kubrick" and his career
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...Clockwork Orange, 1971 The movie predicts a future time where society will be confronted with increased crime. It is based on the violence and sadism indulged in by a group of young thugs or ‘droogs’, who take pleasure in the ‘ultraviolence’ as they term it. They have a secret code language of their own, Nadsat. Kubrick’s main protagonist Alex played by Malcolm McDowell represents... and Number of the Teacher’s STANLEY KUBRICK AND HIS CINEMA Personal Impressions and Comments on the Film-Maker’s Work Introduction Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) was an American film writer, director, producer and photographer who lived in England for the last four decades of his career. Kubrick was well known for his careful...
My impression and comment of "Stanley Kubrick" and his career
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...Clockwork Orange, 1971 The movie predicts a future time where society will be confronted with increased crime. It is based on the violence and sadism indulged in by a group of young thugs or ‘droogs’, who take pleasure in the ‘ultraviolence’ as they term it. They have a secret code language of their own, Nadsat. Kubrick’s main protagonist Alex... and Number of the Teacher’s STANLEY KUBRICK AND HIS CINEMA Personal Impressions and Comments on the Film-Maker’sWork Introduction Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) was an American film writer, director, producer and photographer who lived in England for the last four decades of his career. Kubrick was well known for his careful selection of subjects, usage of...
Stanley Kubrick- A Life of Contributions to Film
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...Alex’ is a driving force for the viewer; his appearance, his voice and linking identification. The scenic cuts happen in hastily; beating an old drunk in a drain; an incredibly vicious gang fight; playing “Hog of the Road” in the stolen Durango 95, finishing with a visit to “Home” for the rape…” surprise visit.” In addition to all this, still the ‘Alex’ has energy to free his snake “Basil” and “slooshy” to the twists of Ludwig van. By considering it in the filmic perspective like camera cuts, angles and music etc A Clockwork Orange is a film where director used a variety of classy filmic technique to accomplish the act. I discuss here one scene as an example... Stanley Kubrick- A Life of Contributions...
Spectators and Audiences- Research Paper- Do Violent Films Promote/Influence Violence in Society, Or Are Violent Films Just A Re
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...Clockwork Orange (1971) does not show that film violence inspires people to violence, and instead, it is possible that these youth’s boredom and alienation push them to violent behaviours. Alexander DeLarge or Alex (Malcolm McDowell) does not experience violence in his family, but it can be argued violence is present through the overwhelming absence of positive emotions from his parents. His mother (Sheila Raynor) and father (Philip Stone) do not exhibit any strong positive or negative emotion toward... ? Violent Films: Limited Influence on Violence and a Reflection of Violence in Society 19 August Some of the most popular films are violent ones, for aside from sex, violence sells too. The Godfather...
Ethics in Cinema
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...Clockwork Orange. Dir. Stanley Kubrick. Perf. Alex DeLarge. 1971. Crimes and Misdemeanors. Dir. Woody Allen. Perf. Martin Landau. 1989. Gardiner, ed., Stephen M. Virtue Ethics, Old and New. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2005. Russell, ed., Daniel C. The Cambridge Companion to Virtue Ethics. New York: Cambridge University Press., 2013.... , if a person conducts an act that reflects the right motive and good consequences it is normally perceived as flourishing moments and success. However, this does not mean that the consequences will not be there. In this case the paper seeks to analyze relativism and absolutism in the films Crimes and Misdemeanors and A Clockwork...
Film and Literature Comperafive Paper
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...Clockwork Orange (1971) and the other a literary text, a piece of non-fiction prose by Brent Staples' "A Brother's Murder" (1986). Brent Staples' "A Brother's Murder" first appeared in an edition of New York Time Magazine in 1986 in a column for personal essays called "About Men". Brent writes... Individuals have very limited choices in the present-day society. As products of the society, their mind is conditioned by the values and trends established by the society, and it is these ideals that can be held responsible on many occasions for an individual's downfall. In this paper, I attempt to depict this contaminating influence of the society through a comparison between two texts: one, the movie A...
Film and Media Studies
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...Clockwork Orange. It is more like crime film than a psychological thriller. It is a violent story of the anti hero Alex who is involved in violence, and rape. He is doing all this with the help of his... Film & Media Study The paper aims at conducting a comprehensive and deep study of film and media from assorted perspectives. For the study, four psychological thriller films have been taken for discussion. The films are first analysed separately. The paper then discussed about various media theories and these theories have been correlated with the films taken for analysis. Among them are psychoanalysis theory, Modernist Theory, Aneurism, and feminist theory. The films have been analysed with reference to ...
Alex Ovechkin
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...Alex’s mother was a basketball star who won Olympic gold medals with the Soviet Union in 1976 and 1980, his father was a pro soccer player. Alex was their third child. With such sportsman genes, it did not take him long to pick up his parents’ interest in sports. Like most hockey players, Ovechkin found his love for the game at a very young age.  He was two... ?Alexander Mikhailovich Ovechkin, a Russian professional ice hockey left winger and captain of the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League (NHL), is definitely one of the brightest stars on the icy sky that is hockey. He was born September 17, 1985 in Moscow, USSR. His parents, Tatyana and Mikhail, had great athletic bloodlines. While...
Sir Alex Ferguson
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...Alex Ferguson No one has expected that the newly born SirAlexander Chapman Ferguson will be a football star and one of the leading managers in this world. Sir Alexander Chapman Ferguson, widely known as Sir Alex Ferguson, was born on 31st December 1941 in Glasgow, Scotland. He has led a very successful football career over years and held many reputable positions in some of the top ranked clubs of the world. In spite of the great career success which Ferguson had over years, he is also a great father and husband. Sir Alex Ferguson has three sons, only Darren has followed his father’s career path and became a manager... of Peterborough United FC. The father’s glorious success both as a...
Sir alex Ferguson case
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...Alex Ferguson Case Indeed Sir Alex Ferguson is undeniably the most successful manager in British football antiquity. It is undisputable that Ferguson led Manchester United to success despite the challenges he underwent at the start of his career in the club. Coaching a team without winning any tittle is not an easy thing (Elberse & Dye 1-3). Ferguson’s greatness and achievement can be linked with his patience at the club. Also it may possible that Fergusson’s style of play that he instilled in his players that was purely attacking football earned him a place in the football world. Claim that Fergusson prioritized youth player development may not actually define his preference and style... of...
Alex on Everything is Illuminated
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...Alex on Everything is Illuminated Outline Paragraph Introduction Paragraph 2: The Significance of Alex’s Character Paragraph 3: From Alex’s Americanized Self to Real Identity Paragraph 4: From Limitation of Understanding to Awareness of History Paragraph 5: From Alex’s Dream of Going to America to Just Stay to Fulfill His Responsibilities Paragraph 6: Development of His Character Paragraph 7: Conclusion Alex in “Everything is Illuminated” is a character who has ended a childish dream to the coming of the rite passage of becoming one responsible adult. Alex’s character has illustrated how...
Desire and Crime of Young People
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...Clockwork Orange is: Alex's rape and murder or the state's habituation of his mind and, as some would have it, soul. Passive goodness and dynamic evil are choices that in themselves may or may not be adequate or objectionable, but that in terms of the novel are neither. (Burgess, pp 41-49) While strain theory offered to motivate research, it commonly formed frail consequences. Strain in much of this work was considered as the inconsistency between professional or instructive ambitions and prospect for success in these fields. The conclusion from this research commonly demonstrated that criminal behavior was most probable when both desires and prospects... [Supervisor's Desire and Crime of Young People...
Alex Prager Art Works
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...Alex Prager Art Works Alex Prager art works involve filmmaking and photography. In photography, the most famous workof the artist is face in the crowd found at Corcoran art gallery. In the photos at Corcoran art gallery, the author depicts togetherness among a group of people. The togetherness symbolized by the photos is contrary to the situation in modern times, where people seldom come together. Human beings do not inherently remain physically present at a place to witness an event as technological advances enables feasibility to follow occurrences after Alex later disintegrated the photos, to show limited interaction. Therefore, people come out as individuals in the final work. Alex... Art Art Alex...
Orange juice target market
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...Orange Juice The target market that is being depicted from the first advertisement of Golden Circle juice is the middle class families and people who do not like orange pulp in the juice. The product is an Orange juice. The product is a normal consumer good that is not durable and is full of nutrients and energy. The orange juice is very famously drank by everyone around the world and so here. The pricing is according to the ingredients used by the manufacturers and apart from that the target market has been kept as the factor in deciding the price. The promotion is being done through advertisements and signboards the USP of the product depicted... Establish & Adjust the marketing mix Golden Circle...
ABC Orange Juice
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...orange juice al Affiliation Product Promotion involves the spread of word about a product or services to a customer, broader public and stakeholders.ABC Orange juice is a beverage company that sells Orange juice. For the company to realise profits which is the key goal of any business operation, ABC Orange juice must identify the target market. The company thrives to reach the target market through advertising, public relations and sales promotion. Advertising ABC Orange juice must persuade potential customers to choose their juice and prefer it always to other beverages and soft drinks. They have to plan their advertisement process, be consistent and continually remind... Promotional strategy: ABC...
Cultural Revolution in 1960s Britain
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...Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess. According to Wikipedia, "A Clockwork Orange is written in first person perspective from a seemingly biased and unreliable source. Alex never justifies his actions in the narration, giving a good sense that he is somewhat sincere; a narrator who, as unlikeable as he may attempt to seem, evokes pity from the reader through the telling of his unending suffering, and later through his realization that the cycle will never end... Introduction No matter where people live in the modern world, just a brief verbal or observational reference to the 1960s era will arouse memories and emotions that are hard for others to imagine. This is true for those individuals who were...
Week 4 DB Alex
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...Alex The and not the firefighters is liable for the harmful acts of its employees. The is vicariously responsible under the rule of respondeat superior. The firefighters sexually assaulted the woman in the course of their employment. For this reason, the city is liable since it permitted the firefighters to take the trucks to the event and did not keep watch of the activities, which its employees engaged in while in the event. Therefore, it was a negligent act by the city, not to monitor its employee and help in preventing the incidence from occurring. Reasons for considering the firefighters conduct as within the course of employment, is because of the city’s top official was aware... Week 4 DB Alex...
Orange Business Services
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...Orange is the official brand for the mobile and landline telephone services of the company. Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives The overall mission of France Telecom (Orange) is to be a global leader in the integration of communication solutions. (Orange, 2010). This mission statement of the firm is reflected in the overall echo system of the products and services it offers to provide an integrated communication experience to its customers. Though it is the second largest communication network in the world however, it is still concentrated in EU and some other countries. This aspect... , the firm has set specific quantifiable targets of achieving EBITDA as well as other financial measures in...
Peter Alex Keller
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...Alex Keller - Peter Alex Keller Introduction Peter Alex Keller, 41, a resident of North Bend Washington, was formally charged with first degree murder and first degree arson on Wednesday, 25 April in King County Superior Court, after he shot his wife , Lynnette, 41, and daughter, Kaylene, 18 with .22 caliber gunshot and fled to the woods. After murdering his family and pets, Keller torched his rental home at 47227 S.W, 159th Street North Bend before heading on The Rattlesnake Ridges to hide in a bunker he spent eight years in building. According to court documents, Lynette and Kaylene died due to injuries from gunshot wounds to the head, inside. The week following the murders, the police... ? Peter Alex...
Orange is the new black
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...Orange is the New Black Contrast Jenji Kohan is the creator of the American comedy series, Orange is the New Black. It was first released on 11th July in the year 2013, a second season on June 6th, 2014 at 3:00 after midnight, and a third season in July 10th, year 2014. It tries to explain about the experience of a woman in prison, under the title, “my year in women’s prison.” The series opens out the life of Taylor Schilling, her stage name, Piper Chapman, from the TV series and Piper Kerman in the book, a nickname she got from her partner Alex, during her trial that led to her arrest. Piper is described as a bisexual woman living in New York who is sentenced to 15 months imprisonment... Lecturer:...
Orange Juice Titration
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...Orange Juice (Ascorbic Acid) Introduction Titration is a method to determine the precise endpoint of a complex reaction and thereby the precise quantity of the reactant in the titration flask. Titration is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown concentration of a known reactant. The process of titration is also known as volumetric analysis of a chemical. A reagent (also known as the titrant) of a known concentration is reacted with a solution of the reactant whose concentration is not known [1]. Orange juice contains ascorbic acid. Ascorbic acid ascorbic acid (also known as Vitamin C) is antioxidant... and in presence of oxidizing...
Midterm Essay
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...Clockwork Orange", how does Stanley Kubrick use visual symbolism to express the connection between art and violence? Kubrick connected art with violence... 1. How does Hal Ashby’s film of Jerzy Kosinski’s "Being There" satirize American politics, especially the of the presidency? Being Thereis a film that presents the American politics as an institution that is manipulated and is dominated by businessmen. It creates a seemingly hyper reality that overshadows the American political system. It shows how simple-minded, almost to the point of being stupid, people are used because they are the perfect candidates for a political position, someone who just accepts information and suggestions without...
Orange plc Financial Statement
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...Orange Plc Financial ment By + Financial Ratios Workings: Gross profit margin = (Gross profit / Sales) * 100% In 2014: (450 / 900) * 100% = 50% 2015: (300 / 600) * 100% = 50% Net Profit margin = (Net profit / sales) * 100% In 2014: (110 / 900) * 100% = 12.22% 2015: (45 / 600) * 100% = 7.5% Return on assets = (Net profit / Total assets) * 100% In 2014: (110 / 1050) * 100% = 10.48% 2015: (45 / 1400) * 100% = 3.21% Return on Capital employed = (Net profit / Equity) * 100% In 2014: (110 / 440) * 100% = 25% 2015: (45 / 515) * 100% = 8.74% Return on capital employed = (net profit before tax / shareholder funds) * 100% In 2014: (210 / 440) * 100% = 47.73% 2015: (100 / 515) *...
The affects of Agent orange
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...Orange Agent Orange is a common for one of the six “Rainbow Herbicides” and defoliants which were used by the United States army during the war in Vietnam. The herbicide was a part of the chemical warfare, the goal of which was to destroy the crop lands and defoliate certain areas of the country. The name comes from the orange stripe used to label the barrels containing the chemical. Comparing to other “Rainbow chemicals”, Agent Orange was the most extensively used. Being a herbicide, the compound was employed in the United States, Korea, Canada, Australia and Brazil (Hay 151). Talking about the chemical composition of the Agent Orange, it is a 50:50 mixture... Your Module 6 March The effects of Agent...
Thank You by Alex Haley
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...Alex Haley Alex Haley is the renowned American whose interviews with Malcolm X and autobiographical novel Roots: The Sagaof an American Family have catapulted him to fame and controversy at the same time. In the self reflective prose passage “Thank you”, Haley interrogates the unexplored recesses of human mind that transcends conflicting ideologies in the hope to nurture warm feelings for the entire human community. It also dwells on the necessity to possess and express an intense sense of gratification towards those who have played a significant part in one’s development as an individual. The ideas presented in the passage are relevant even today, as it touches upon the basic goodness... Thank You” by...
The 1960s: Subculture, Pop Culture, Counter-Culture
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...Clockwork Orange (1971) directed by Stanley Kubrick based on Anthony Burgess’s novel by the same name in order to make the analysis. Before going into any details on dystopia, it is important to first have a clear understanding of what is utopia. The 1960s: A closer look Talking about the cultural milieu of a free society, historical records are strongly evident in describing the 1960s as the phase of cultural revolution. Also known as the Sixties, the period denotes the web of inter-related cultural and political trends across the globe. This cultural decade from 1960 to 1970 is the period when the world witnessed the formation of a wide range of new cultural coinages including... ?Utopia and Dystopia:...
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF ORANGE TELECOM
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...Orange Telecom comes under the umbrella of France Telecom, which happens to be one of the most successful telecommunication operators ofthe world with a market share of 46%. France Telecom had sales worth 45.503 billion euros at the end of 2010 and 33,848 billion euros as on September 30, 2011. Also the customer base for France Telecom was 221 million customers (of which 162 million are mobile customers and 14.2 million are broadband internet (ADSL) customers all over the world) at 30 September 2011. Orange Telecom is concentrated in Europe where it provides mobile and broadband internet services. Its brand Orange Business Services caters to the telecommunication needs of multinational... INTRODUCTION...
The 1960s: Subculture, Pop Culture, Counter-Culture
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...Clockwork Orange (1971) directed by Stanley Kubrick based on Anthony Burgess’s novel by the same name in order to make the analysis. Before going into any details on dystopia, it is important to first have a clear understanding of what is utopia. The 1960s: A closer look Talking about the cultural milieu of a free society, historical records are strongly evident in describing the 1960s as the phase of cultural revolution. Also known as the Sixties, the period denotes the web of inter-related cultural and political trends across the globe. This cultural decade from 1960 to 1970 is the period when the world witnessed the formation of a wide range of new cultural coinages... Utopia and Dystopia: A...
Alex Espinoza "Still Water Saints"
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...Alex Espinoza's, Still Water Saints The novel describes life in all its rawness and with un-romanticized fervor in a Small California town of Agua Mansa. Though it is geographically just a few hours from places like Los Angeles and San Diego, it is metaphorically light-years away from typical depictions of the West Coast. The narrative and spiritual center of the novel and the town is Perla Portillo's Botanica Oshun. There she sells potions, candles, salves and all other forms of solutions to the problems that people in the town come to her with. Throughout the novel, Espinoza's focuses on a number of themes throughout the work, in this paper I will be focusing on two, the...
Orange Resorts International Case Study
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...Orange Resorts International Case Study Deliverable Planning: New System Definition Problem The key problem identified in Orange Resorts International (ORI) is its downfall to obtain its desired business goals. The organization has undergone the challenges mainly due to a major transition in the economy between the year 2008 and 2009. The downfall of stock market, increasing unemployment rate along with significant decline in the US annual household income have substantially reduced the business performance of ORI along with other organizations in the travel and leisure business industry. In addition, the failure of the current information system in ORI...
Alex Kowlowitzs The Other America
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...Alex Kowlowitz Doubleday, 1991 "The Other America" in Alex Kowlowitz's story is a Chicago housing project marred by crime and neglect where two boys and their family show how much heroism is expected in order to survive. Kotlowitz tells the lives of two black boys; 10 year old LaFayette, and 7 year old Pharoah as they struggle with their American inner-city life. Their family includes a welfare dependent mother, an alcoholic-drug using father, an older sister, an older brother, and younger triplets. At Henry Suder Elementary, LaFayette, Pharaoh and their fellow students receive an education unequal to those... work] There Are No Children Here: The Story of Two Boys Growing Up in the Other America By...
Small Alex Saves the Big Boys
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...Alex saves the big boys al affiliation Small Alex saves the big boys There once was a village located in the outskirts of the city, close to the great forest. Alex and his family lived in that secluded village, where they had a few neighbors. Alex was the most handsome little boy ever, with the most beautiful blue eyes that everyone admired. However, for boys of his age, Alex was the smallest and the other big boys used to tease him, telling him that he will never grow up and that he looked like a girl. It was the tradition in that village that the boys had to get fruits from the forest for their families every week. However, the boys were warned never to go near the river as it was believed...
Starbucks: An Alex Poole Strategy Case
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...Alex Poole Strategy Case From the case study, it is evident that Starbucks has the capability to expand meaningfully beyond their coffee business without destroying their core coffee retailing business, while they also have the capabilities to create value through their diversification strategy. Moreover, while their competitors are competitive, their addition of higher quality and customized coffees to the menus does not represent a significant threat to Starbucks. As a result, Alex Poole should keep his grandma’s Starbuck’s stock in her portfolio. To begin with, Starbuck’s marketing strategy has managed to create a brand that shows understanding for consume needs, lifestyle... Starbucks: An Alex Poole ...
Merger of Everything Everywhere, T-mobile & Orange
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...Orange Orange and T-mobile have been key competitors in the UK mobile industry. The specific industry isof high importance for the UK economy. For 2008, the profits for the telecom industry have been estimated to ?62.2 billion (UK Trade and Investment 2011). Firms operating in this industry have many prospects to achieve a significant growth. In 2009 Orange and T-mobile decided to proceed to a merger. France Telecom and Deutsche Telecom, owners of Orange and T-mobile, respectively decided to proceed to the merger primarily for increasing their customer base and improve their position in the UK market (T-mobile UK, 8 September 2009). The new company would... ?Merger of Everything Everywhere, T-mobile &...
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