Acting
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...Acting and Morality “Mummy, I want to be an actor!”. Or what is worse, an actress. These are words which may make most parents uneasy. But is this really a reason to be nervous about? In order to answer this question it is necessary to understand what associations this profession evokes. The first thing which comes to mind is rather picturesque – sparkling lights, dizzying fame, crowds of admirers, bright and joyful life. It seems that the mundane and the magic have finally merged. However, the reality appears to be much more prosaic. There is no sense to enumerate all the advantages and disadvantages of being an actor. This list would be too long. Being an actor sometimes means... always...
Acting and Acting Styles
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...Acting and Acting Styles Acting The setting of scenes is vital in creating mood, sense of place and reflects the emotional state of mind of the character. Costume also acts a big role in acting. The make-up and wardrobe limns the actor’s status or personalities. It is also used to produce the divergence between two or more characters. In off-screen space, the actor uses a non-physical present space in the frame. In this action, the person who views is able to realize something beyond the stage frame through the response of the character to the person. In Frontality, the character faces the camera...
Acting style
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...Acting can only be understood after it is first accepted as a creative medium demanding an original act. Brander Matthews remarked, “The actor needs to have under control not only his gestures and his tones, but all other means of stimulating sensibility and these should be ready for use at all times, wholly independent of the words of the text.” In the same work he quoted with approval the words of the great 19th-century Italian tragedian Ernesto Rossi that a “great actor is independent of the poet, because the supreme essence of feeling does not reside in prose or in verse, but in the accent with which it is delivered.” (Acting, 2009) Acting styles An acting style is the way a play... Introduction...
Acting discussion
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...ACTING DISCUSSION: CUBA GOODING JR Acting discussion Cuba Gooding Jr. is an actor that is admired by many movie lovers. He is perhaps one of the most popular actors of his generation. He is well known for his versatility and distinguished acting abilities. Cuba Gooding Jr. is believed to be a favourite for many people because of his ability to use his body expressively depending on the particular character that he wants to portray in the movie. In many of his appearances, it has been noted that he has the ability of making body movements, gestures, and facial expressions that match the character that he wants to portray. When...
Mise En Scene: Acting and Acting Styles
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...Acting and Acting Styles Mise En Scene: Acting and Acting Styles The thriller film “Side Effects” produced by Steve Soderbergh was produced in 2013. The film centers on a couple who face marital challenges after the man is sentenced to years of imprisonment. Martin Taylor serves a jail term while his wife Emily copes with the trauma of a tarnished relationship. Emily tries to escape from Martin Taylor, risking the lives of her beloved family. Rooney Mara (Emily Taylor) advanced personality acting in her role. She successfully placed herself in the film’s character that reflected her personality. Jonathan Banks (Jude Law) is classified as a character because he played the role... of a...
Theater Review(Acting)
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...acting is more than dialogues, and the meaning of the film can be captured with the help of the smallest details. The movie was produced in 2013 and starred Guillaume Gouix, Anne Le Ny, Bernadette Lafont, Helen Vincent, and Lous Rego. In the center of the film there is thirty-something Paul who lives with his two overprotective aristocratic aunts in Paris. A mystical and hippie-style neighbor proposes Paul to dive... “Attila Marcel” Performance Review For great performance an actor does not have to say a single word as there is so much tosay with eyes, hands, and smile. Sylvian Chomet decided to make the main hero of his new film “Attila Marcel” silent. In such a way the director proved again that true...
Acting & Performance in Film
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...Acting & Performance in Film Actors and actresses often use a number of tools of the craft of acting to enhance their physical, vocal and emotional engagement with the audience during their role performances in films. Some of the main tools commonly used by actors and actresses in the contemporary film industry are endowment, relationships, display of emotions, character private moments, action (verbal and physical) and personalization. This paper discusses various tools of the craft of acting as used by Louise Fletcher in the Film One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Kieu Chinh in the film Joy Luck Club. Lastly, the paper also highlights some of the similarities and differences... of their...
Actors and Acting
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...acting. Some actors, such as Jack Nicholson, possess such a personality that one can even know... TYPES OF ACTORS There are five types of actors which are commonly found in theatres and films IMPERSONATOR: Impersonator is a type of character which copies the behavior, dialect and mannerism of another character. This character does not create and develop a new character. These actors are very useful especially when filmmaker needs to portray some known historical personality. Philip Hoffman, David Strathairn, Helen Mirren and Meryl Streep are very famous actors belonging to this category. Philip Hoffman successfully played the role of Truman Capote in Capote. Similarly, Helen Mirren played the role of...
Actors and Acting
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...Acting In the world of film making, the story telling is done through the actions of the actors. These are the people who embody the characters in the story being told. Their job is to deliver the definite feel and characterization of their celluloid counterparts. Just like the stories being told, there are also various categories that these actors fall into, depending on the role being portrayed. The 5 definitions of actors are impersonators, interpreters, personality, wild card and characters. These are the actor types that I will be discussing in the following pages. To get started, I first want to discuss the Impersonator. Our text clearly defines this type of actor as "suggesting... ?Actors and...
Actors and Acting
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...Acting In the world of film making, the story telling is done through the actions of the actors. These are the people who embody the characters in the story being told. Their job is to deliver the definite feel and characterization of their celluloid counterparts. Just like the stories being told, there are also various categories that these actors fall into, depending on the role being portrayed. The 5 definitions of actors are impersonators, interpreters, personality, wild card and characters. These are the actor types that I will be discussing in the following pages. To get started, I first want to discuss the Impersonator. Our text clearly defines this type of actor as "suggesting... Actors and...
Acting Style: Cast and Outcast
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...Acting Style: Cast and Outcast Introduction Acting style plays a magical role on the spectator. Actors and actress employ a variety of techniques that are learned through training and continuous experience. Some of these are: The rigorous use of voice to communicate character's line and express emotions, use of gesture to complement the voice, interact with other actors and to bring emphasis to the words in play and, physicalization of a role to create a believable character for the audience. Acting is not a task; it's an exposure to the audience. The better response from the audience can... --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- ---------------------------...
Acting out-Tranference and Countertransference
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...ACTING OUT- TRANSFERENCE AND COUNTERTRANSFERENCE By Presented to of The psychoanalytical approaches have undergone transformation of meanings when extended to wider settings both within psychoanalysis and outside it. As a result of this, one term can have a number of meanings to it which has resulted uncertainty and inaccuracy. A very clear example of this is the phenomenon of transference, which in today’s world is given a number of meanings including ‘relationship’ and which is quite different from its original meaning. Out of all the psychological concepts, acting out has suffered the most since its origin in 1905 by Sigmund Freud. The notion of acting out has been imposed with various... ...
Acting on a Strategic Mission
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...Acting on a Strategic Mission Q1 Electronic Arts would have been able to assess its slippage in the game industry by undertaking a company SWOT analysis. A SWOT analysis would make it possible for EA to identify its strengths and opportunities and capitalize on them to increase market share, employee morale, and customer loyalty. It would also help to identify the company’s weaknesses and threats and try to eliminate them or adapt to them positively. One of the strengths is EA’s generous profit sharing policy that helped it to attract some of the best development talent in the gaming industry. EA should have utilized this human resource advantage to grow its market share...
Acting and Performance in Films.
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...acts as the stimulant factors and they come across a sexual soiree that none of them ever expected. At a very young age, Ennis father had taught him about a firm example that tells the dire consequences that homosexuals face... Brokeback Mountain (work of Heath Ledger as Ennis Del Mar) PART-I Brokeback Mountain is a unique movie directed by Ang Lee in 2005, adapted from a novel by E. Annie Proulx. It shows many unexplored dimensions of human bonding that might seem unexpected and out of the conventional social terms. The film uses excellent cinematographic tools, lighting, locations and dialogues that bring out its beautiful uniqueness. It is a touchy and sensitive story of two cowboys who find it...
"Acting Out Culture" by James S. Miller
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...acting out culture’ as terrorism, and the new security needs, are pushing the society further into clusters, negating the principle and dream of congregation. These separationist principles have led to the incongruent American society which even to the world is becoming more and more isolationist. Patriotism is slowly turning from the red and blue stars, to the brown and pro-life clusters, further confirming that materialism has brought more segregation in the society than drawing the populace together.... Teacher Belief is the basis of any thought, and so in this case Materialism indeed is the antonym of congregation; it draws diversity apart and helps people cluster in more ethnic, and or self like...
Ethical Theories. Punishments For Acting Unethically.
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...acts of will. However, this theory is faced by two main challenges. First, non-believers would reject the theory’s presumption on the existence of God. Furthermore, believers themselves hold on the belief of the existence of God from an aspect of personal faith and not having any absolute proof. Second, the moral standards if not based on any prior reasoning standards would imply that they are arbitrary having been made purely from scratch. 2. Constructing companies based on these theories In the business field, companies may be more motivated... Week Journal (PHI 445) Not-For-Profit Organization: UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS For-Profit Organization: GOOGLE Reflection prompt # 1 Introduction Ethics...
Of Thinking Globally and Acting Locally
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...Acting Locally Of Thinking Globally and Acting Locally by The past years has seen the evolution of a global market facilitated by the rapid integration of economies. The elimination of trade barriers, technological advancement, and the creation of economic and free trade zones has made possible the movement of goods and capital between boundaries and the growth of multinational corporations. As business organizations begin to recognize the opportunities abroad, they've concentrated on the identification of countries to market their products. In line with this is the discernment on how offerings can be especially tailored to suit the preferences of the individual... Running Head: Of Thinking Globally and...
The road to acting in films
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...Acting in Films The road to acting in films is not one of glitz andglamour. When thinking of roads; long, sometimes bumpy, sometimes dusty and so many times unexpected detours occur is what one usually envisions. The road is not always an easy one, it’s not always first come first serve either but when “arriving” the benefits are worth the long, bumpy roads. Hard work and determination are not foreign terms to an aspiring actor. Rejection, sometimes over and over again is also a part of the long road. Now of course there are some actors who don’t have to take that long road due to family connections already in the industry. There are many roads to take in acting... here Your here here here The Road to...
"Acting Out Culture" by James S. Miller
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...Acting Out Culture". First edition, 2007... The Wages of Sin” by Francine Prose and “Add Cake, Subtract Self-Esteem,” by Caroline Knapp both have the theme of food consumption and self-body image, as well as cultural messages related to body image. Food consumption and body-image go hand in hand as the amount of food one eats will determine one body size and in turn their self body image. It is the opinion of many that religion in America has far been forgotten. People believe lest America turn over a new leaf, destruction and suffering will befall them like that will have dire consequences. However I believe these beliefs are wrong due to the fact that religion is alive and being practiced on a daily...
Does islam permite acting in film and theatre?
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...acting in film and theatre? Does Islam permit acting in film and theatre? [Unit] Does Islam permit acting in film and theatre? The subject is to consider whether Islam permits acting in films and theatre. The topic is of immense importance as different scholars have differing views regarding this issue, ranging from total prohibition to conditional permission of acting. Hot debate is being carried out among various sections of the Islamic society as to whether acting in films, plays and skits is completely forbidden in Islam or is allowed to some extent. The main sources for the subject are the rulings of famous religious scholar Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid... Running head: Does Islam permit...
'Going global, acting local - communicating global brands to global markets'.
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...acting local - communicating global brands to global markets of the Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Global, Local and Glocal Strategies 3 Globalization 3 Localization 5 Glocalization 7 Macro factor that may affect Zara in future 8 Recommendations 9 REFERENCES 10 Introduction In the present era the major challenge for the global corporation is to decide and adapt to a marketing strategy. The aim of the global marketing strategies is to maximize homogenization, standardization and integration of the marketing activities such that it caters to all the markets throughout the globe (Kotler, 2009). However in order to make the brands successful, the global marketers... ? Going global,...
Control of a single-acting hydrulic & cylinder synchronizing circuit
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...acting Cylinder Circuit and synchronizing Hydraulic Cylinder Purpose: To investigate the principle behind the working of a double –acting cylinder circuit operated by four valves and to demonstrate how hydraulic cylinders can be synchronized. Background Information Some machines operating with more than one cylinders demand that the cylinder strokes be absolutely synchronized for proper functioning of the machine. In this case, the load, lengths and line sizes, and friction of the machine and cylinder require to be identical for them to stroke at the simultaneously and at the same rate. According to (Watson 445), the system friction changes constantly and hence, for successful... Lab Double-acting...
Acting as if you are hypnotized, Spanos, N.P. (1982).
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...Acting As if Hypnotized Hypnosis has always been an intriguing topic that has captured the imaginations of ordinary people, as variously portrayed in fictional literature, theater or the big screen. Usually, it is interpreted as an altered state of awareness, different from both waking and sleep. Hypnosis is coined after the name “Hypnos” or the god of sleep. A hypnotized person is characterized by stillness, awaiting command from the hypnotist. Under the hypnotic state, he is portrayed as “zombie-like” cast under a spell, without a will of his own. Ernest Hilgard is one researcher who supports the view that hypnosis is an altered psychological state. He believes...
Personal Statament for Bsc Drama School (Acting and some applications Mucical Theatre)
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...acting. Recently, I got involved in armature theatre production and I have never been happier! I straight away new that this is where I want to be for the rest of my life. I feel that I have a lot to give. I am energetic, creative and emotional person with high energy levels. I have an enormous desire to learn the art of acting and it makes me truly content with myself. I feel I am able to capture the attention of the audience and through the knowledge I will get I will be able to perfect my skills and work to achieve better results. This coupled with my creative nature will boost my prospects and help me deliver amicably in acting filed in forthcoming years... working in a team. Having good...
The Life You Can Save : Acting Now to End World Poverty
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...Acting Now to End World Poverty Chapter Two: Is It Good to Help? In his book The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty, Peter Singer expresses his persuasive intention of encouraging people to reflect on the need to help. In most cases, help is considered ethical, especially if the efforts will reduce serious pain and suffering in society. In chapter two of the book, Singer implies that the impacts of help should not be quantified in terms of damages because life is more precious than material wealth. Nevertheless, the author indicates that the need to help may be hindered by certain internal factors. The individual attributes are mostly attached... with a tricky scenario in...
Can environmental factors acting on organisms lead to inherited changes in phenotype in descendant
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...ACTING ON ORGANISMS LEAD TO INHERITED CHANGES IN PHENOTYPE IN DESCENDANT INTRODUCTION Environmental factors acting on organisms definitely lead to inherited changes in phenotype in descendant generations. It is evident from studies on the genome of various organisms right from E. coli that any mutation or change in the genetic make up of an organism is passed on to generations. Thus, it is important to understand and study the role of environmental factors in altering this genomic structure of an organism to actually see if these environmental factors lead to inherited changes. To study the role of these environmental factors, the factors must be identified, classified... CAN ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ACTING ...
Describe your goals in the field of Acting and why you wish to study at Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute.
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...acting on stage. These are the fundamental drawbacks that have hindered my success in the field of acting. I realized that even with the best ideas and techniques of enthralling the audience, lack of confidence generates disinterest among the audience since they fail to get a clear picture carried by the actor’s message. In other words, I have always been unable to drive my points home while acting due to panic. This led me to think of pursuing further studies to enhance my capacity to act. My long term goal is to acquire skills in acting and pursue... of Applicant: Topic: Application Essay   School: Presentation: My short term goal is to gain confidence and to overcome shyness as well as panic while...
Why Is It important for Managers to Understand the External Forces Acting on Them and Their Organisations?
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...acting on them and their organisations? Robbins and Coulter 2007, p. 73, succinctly define the external environment as those factors and forces outside the organization that affect the organization’s performance”. The every day role of a manager involves a range of activities all directed towards the achieving a high level of performance for the organization. In other words, being a good manager involves succeeding in achieving a high level of performance for the organization (Daft & Marcic, 2009). Thus, a key determinant in the success of manager hinges on achieving high levels of performance, which is influenced by the external... ?Why is it important for managers to understand the external forces...
Is the US government acting ethically towards detainees with regards to confinement, access to legal representation, torture methods?
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...acts or the cases where low tolerance have often resulted in violent events primarily due to fast transforming societal dynamics which is increasing becoming heterogeneous. The threats from terrorist outfits are the harsh realities of our time. In such a scenario, it becomes important to anticipate, preempt, detect and deter threats to the homeland and its people from terrorist attacks, natural disasters or any other emergency. But the ethical consideration in acting towards detainees... 9/11 was a black day in the history of United s. More than 3000 people died and hundreds of thousands more bruised psychologically. The emergingnew trends of extreme aggressive behavior, in the form of terrorists’ acts...
Performer is a man of action. He is not somebody who plays another. He is a doer, a priest, a warrior... What is Acting?
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...acting? Introduction Acting is a profound and vast phenomenon that initially holds its origin in the ancient classical Greek tragedies with the supernatural intervention of Dionysus- the goat head god of revelry. According to the legend of acting, in the sixth century Greece, a man called Thespis emerged from a choir of performers to utter aloud some solo lines, and acting was built eventually from there. (What is Acting, n.d.) The classical stage of drama portrays a miscellany of paradoxes in it. It depicts the characters like the blind and erratic Oedipus, revengeful Medea... , exhibited a gory and violent trait of stage performances. On the other hand in later period the classical notes are...
Character Autobiography for an acting class
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...Acts', Samuel French, 1964. 2- Barefoot in the Park. 1986. ... and Section # of Autobiography of Harry Pepper PART I: Who I am I am a grey eyed Telephone repair man. Currently I am six feet five inches tall, heavy-set man in my mid-thirties. I am not into the latest ongoing trends and fashions therefore; I am wearing a plaid wool jacket and a baseball cap. Hence I have developed an old fashioned and outdated image of myself. People around me think that I am sick and have an asthma problem because I always try to catch my breath by breathing very very hard. I have a scar over my left eye and buck teeth. For some odd reason I have a continuous pain in my body and take heavy steps while walking....
What is the relationship between counselling and education? In what ways might counselling be of value in schools? Are there any dangers in teachers acting as counsellors?
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...acting as counsellors? Introduction: Children, from the age of 5, enter their first developmental transition stage of growth during which their physical, behavioural, social, and emotional personalities experience significant developmental challenges. Post this, adolescence is also a transitional stage of physical and mental human development that occurs between childhood and adulthood; it involves biological, social, and psychological changes (Moshman, 1999). Children’s social development is strongly characterized by peer experiences and friendships during this phase; it is the most active phase of their life and involves a myriad... Counselling and Guidance in Education". While education equips...
Compare and contrast the themes and acting or visual style of two films direct by Robert Zemeckis, except Back to the Future
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...act a source of great inspiration for her, to build a strong belief on the extreme powers of human nature. As she returns, she sets out to spread this great idea among people. She then acts as a source of inspiration for young children. She develops the minds of those... ?Comparison and contrast Robert Zemeckis is the award winning director of the film “Forest Gump” and “Contact”. He has directed a number of films including some most renowned ones, “The Polar Express”, “Forest Gump”, Cast Away”, Contact” and “Back To Future”. The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast the theme of two films directed by Robert Zemeckis. “Contract” is the famous, Oscar winning film of Robert Zemeckis launched in...
Some of the acting tools and actor/character elements used by one or more of the actors in this film Do the Right Thing
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...acting tools and actor/character elements used by one or more of the actors in this film “Do the Right Thing.” “Do the Right Thing” is a film directed by Spike Lee in 1989. The film focuses on the long racial tensions that exist in Brooklyn neighbourhood which escalates to tragedy as well as violence in the neighbourhood on the hottest summer day. The concept of this film is argued to be based on the director’s historical background. The film has raised a number of themes in regards to racial intolerance, police brutality and violence. There are a lot of acting tools and actor/character elements which have been incorporated into the plot of the film. It is clear that the concept... Discuss some of the...
Strategic planning is useful only if it improves strategic thinking,acting and learning:it is not a substitute for them" (BRYSON2004:Xiii). Discuss.
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...acting and learning: it is not a substitute for them" (Bryson, 2004: Xiii). Discuss. Abstract The nonprofit organisations have advanced greatly gaining more influence, higher public profile, and more attention to issues of accountability and organisation performance. All of this has been successfully handled and achieved through effective strategic planning. This paper implies to explain the importance of strategic planning and briefly describes stepwise method of strategic planning appropriate for nonprofit organisations. It also outlines the role of nonprofit organisations such as domiciliary care service agencies... Strategic planning is useful only if it improves strategic thinking, acting...
Are human beings capable of acting from a concern for others that is not derived from a concern for their own welfare?
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...acting from a concern for others that is not derived from a concern for their own welfare, from the angle of ethics and economics point of view. 2.0 Types of ethics There are four types of ethics that include normative ethics, Meta ethics, applied ethics and descriptive ethics.4 2.1 Meta ethics Meta ethics seeks to comprehend the nature of the ethical statements, properties, judgements and attitudes. Meta... Ethics 0 Introduction Ethics is a branch in Philosophy that entails defending, systematizing and recommending various concepts of wrong and right conduct in the society.1 The term ethics is used to define the diverse regulations and conducts that recognized in particular classes of the human...
Having someone to represent you means not acting for yourself. How, then, does representative democracy facilitate the participation of the people?
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...act a mediator between the higher authorities and the class itself. In this way, individuals in the class who were not able to put their point forward would be heard. In addition to that, this does not mean that individuals cannot act themselves. No doubt, the power lies in the hands... Running Head: Representative Democracy Representative Democracy Representative Democracy For any nation, its leaders are the prime role models and flag bearers who try to keep the country moving. As nations, cities or countries comprises of people, the natural resources and the physical boundary on which people are earning their livelihoods; it is very essential keep harmony amongst them. For this purpose, a proper...
Equity and Trust: If a fiduciary, like the solicitor in Boardman v Phipps (1966), acting honestly and in good faith becomes a constructive trustee of that profit, then it seems that a fiduciary acting dishonestly and criminally who accepts a bribe, or
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...acting honestly and in excellent faith becomes then the constructive trustee of that given profit, then the fiduciary acting dishonestly plus criminally accepts a bribe, or for that matter makes any profit from his scheming must also be treated as a constructive trustee’ (Wilson 2007, p. 44). Discuss, in light of the recent case of Sinclair Investments Ltd versus Versailles Trade Finance Ltd. Similarities between the two cases: Both these cases rely on the legal conflict that may occur when an individual in a fiduciary position does things that compromise their principles. The British law does not provide... Equity and Trust ‘If a fiduciary, like the solicitor, in Boardman v Phipps (1966, p.45), acting...
Using the film "A Streetcar Named Desire" from the silent film era through the 1950s, choose an actor or actress with a major role and discuss his/her use of the tools of the craft of Acting.
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...acting. Some claim that Marlon Brando’s performance in the movie a streetcar named desire gave a new direction to acting styles. This black and white movie was released in 1951. The story of this movie revolves around a mentally disturbed character named Blanche DuBois who goes to visit her younger sister named Stella. Stella is married to Stanley played by Marlon Brando and they are expecting a child. Stanley and Blanche are the two central characters of this movie. The story gradually becomes interesting as friction... Using the film "A Streetcar d Desire" from the silent film era through the 1950s, choose an actor or actress with a major role and discuss his/her use of the tools of the craft of...
Going global, acting local - communicating global brands to global markets
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...Answer The world has become a global village after the advent of internet and advancements in information and communication technology. Indeed, people across the world can now easily connect to each other due to availability of communication networks. In short, the people are today introduced to some new concepts such as globalisation, Localisation, Glocalisation, customisation etc. Marketers also have changed their promotion strategies after emergence of above mentioned ideas. (Douglas and Wind, 1985) and (UNCTAD Report, 2003) Globalisation Globalization refers to integration of countries, ideas, knowledge and cultures of people from all across the world to develop a unique and distinctive...
BIOMECHANICAL FORCES ACTING ON ELBOW( A STATIC ANALYSIS)
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...acts as a buffer between the bones. In the event... because of the combination of relative motions that occur therein: the axial rotation that involves in the forearm supination/pronation and the elbow flexion accompanying the ulna (Lockard 2006, p. 72). Flexion/extension moments are produced by the muscles that act over the elbow join, including brachioradialis, brachialis, triceps, and biceps brachii. While pronation is achieved through the muscles in the forearm, pronator quadratus, flexor carpi radialis, and pronator teres, supination is generated by the combination of biceps brachii and forearm supinator. Elbow Joint Structure and Function The elbow joint is made up of...
How did the director choose to stage Shakespeares play, acting, costumes, set design, lighting and sound
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...acted by Prince Don Pedro known as Alec Barbour, who helps his friend Claudio, known as Christopher Ellis, falls in love with the beautiful Hero, Carollette Phillips while his brother John, Andrew Papa is busy conspiring to spoil everything through a scandalous lie. A second friend Bachelor Benedick, known as Dave Toomey seeks to resume his battle... of A Review of the “Much Ado About Nothing” Show By Hilberry Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare was recently performed in Hilberry Theatre with so much hilarity and downright glee. This play, originally written in 1597 has now been updated into modern day Italy. It starts with men returning from warfare but their minds are filled with romance. It was...
How might a large multinational clothing retailer ensure its workers and its suppliers are acting ethically at all times in all the countries in which it operates?
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...Ans. The first thing a multinational corporation should do is carefully plan and devise a of ethics. This of ethics should provide general guidelines on what behaviors and practices are acceptable and what are not. The code of ethics should also mention the penalties and liabilities associated with the breach of particular rules. In addition to that, there should be a special code of ethics customized to the individualistic laws of the various countries in which the branches operate. The special code of ethics should include additional rules and regulations without driving out the power or significance of the general code of ethics in areas where there is no contradiction between the two... The first...
The shift by manufacturing and service firms from acting as standalone entities, to being parts of wider networks of firms, may have important implications for
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... and Section # of Introduction The article deals in the Roadmaps, the veryfirst section of the article will discuss the three main "Term" which together leads to the term of Roadmaps. Then the next section holds the development phase of the Roadmaps. The last part holds the importance and the criticism on Roadmaps. Within this article different cases are shown, showing companies sharing different information's across the boundaries of the company. The term "Strategy" means a plan that is developed in order to fulfill the long-term goals and objectives. The strategies are developed by the companies in order to fulfill different purposes and tasks of the company. The strategy... Section # of...
5)Charles Eisenstein talks about "disrupting" people's "old stories" of how the world works by acting in new ways, out of a sense of interconnection and generosity. Respond to this possibility with examples from your own persona
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... due Sociology In his talk “A New Story of the People,” Charles Eisenstein highlights ways in which the people’s old stories ofhow the world works, has changed from the interconnection and generosity. His explanation is a valid possibility in today’s world’s context. In the old story, an effect in the universe occurs only when force is exerted. In the new story, changes occur randomly (many determinants are involved). I worked in a Child Rescue Center in Africa where the staff was using excessive force to discipline the boys. Some of the boys became criminals after all the caning. By considering all determinants and generosity, the boys could have been rehabilitated. The people’s old... due...
PERFORMANCE AND CULTURE I ESSAY
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...acting teacher. Strasberg has been considered as the ‘Father of method acting in America’ because he used the theories and concepts of some early writers and blended it with the modern psychology theories and came up with his own method of acting (Adams and Cindy, 1980). He is among the founders of ‘The Group Theatre’ that was established in 1931 and has been regarded as first true American theatre collective. The collective was created with the aims of providing a base of all kind of theatres. In 1924, Strasberg joined Clare Tree Theatre where he... Running Head: Lee Strasburg Lee Strasburg Contribution to actor training and neutralism Introduction Lee Strasberg was an American director, actor and...
Source of error
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...acting on a body such that the force makes the body try to rotate is referred to as torque. The rotation of the object is within a given axis referred to as the pivot point (Benenson and Stöcker). The relationship between force acting on a body, the force acting on the body and the distance of the force from the pivot point is given by the equation below. Where F is the force resulting into the torque and r is the distance between the location of the force and the pivot point. An object is acted on by various types of forces. Each of the forces acting on the same body act at different distances from the pivot point. Thus, each force acting on the body produces... Torque The measure of a force that is...
Dreams and Reality: a comparative study of Asian and Western Theatre Performance and Technique
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...acting techniques. But British theatre gives more emphasis to stage technique than acting technique in which field its contribution to the American theatre... Dreams and Reality: a comparative study of Asian and Western Theatre Performance and Technique Proposed Research Issue or Question The proposed research issue or question is to explore the differences between the western and eastern theater performance and technique by studying the evolution of art forms on the basis of culture and religion. The Explanation for Choosing This Issue There is a lack of understanding between the western and Asian audiences about the artistic performances each other's culture. This is primarily due to the difference in ...
College and career goals and why I should receive this schlorship
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...Acting Scholarship My is Justin Collins. I am a in senior high school who has been actively involved in theatre and is hoping to attend college and major in Theatre Arts. My educational aspirations consist of pursuing a degree in Theatre Arts that would assist me to become a qualified actor in future. On the other hand, my career goal is to become a renowned actor in various sectors of acting including movies and plays (Conley 99). However, I am certain if I do not attend college I will not get the opportunity to attain any of my educational or career goals, and this is why I am the best candidate for the Scholarship offer of $1000 for the Texas Caucus of Blace School Board... Module Application for an...
Comtemporary Humanity
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...acting in the theater not only provide political and social direction for human beings, but also determine the economy of the society, as well as interaction of humans with goods and services. The commodity that the author is talking about is art. How does the sense that life entails performing as an actor in a market of commodities result in what Agnew calls “the crisis of representation? The crisis of representation comes about due to acting that attempts to bring out the cultural, political, and social dimensions of modernity. For instance, during... Contemporary Humanity In this chapter, the outlines the controversies of identity in the modern world. In this case, he points out how experiences and...
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