Jane Addams’ Hull House
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...Addams’ Hull House Jane Addams’ legacy in creating Hull House is widely recognized in the United States. Hull House provides services such as medical care, childcare and legal aid. Addams’s mission in fulfilling social reforms and education for world peace earned her the title “Beloved Lady” (Berson 30). She was also regarded as “the creator, the innovator, and the leader” (Jane Addams Biography). The idea behind establishing Hull House was after her visit in Toynbee Hall, London. She was fascinated by her experience and made up her mind to build a settlement house with her friend, Ellen Gates Starr. Finally, in 1889, Jane...
Jane Addams' Vision of Democracy
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...Addams's Vision of American Democracy Laura Jane Addams was born on September 6, 1860 in the small town of Cedarville, Illinois. Having lost hermother very early in life, she was greatly influenced by her father. One remarkable guiding principle for her was to look at facts of life straight and deal with them; she hated evading problems. She lost her father in 1881. She realized that as she belonged to the first generation of college women, she had obligations to the society. She did not marry because in her times, it was not common for the married women to follow a career. She remained unmarried throughout her life and concentrated on whatever she chose...
Sexual Profile of Gomez Addams
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...Addams Contents Contents Introduction 2 Financial Background 2 Family Background 4 Negative Traits 5 Conclusion 6 Reference 6 Miserocchi, K. & Addams, C. (2010). The Addams Family: An Evilution. New Jersey: Pomegranate 7 Introduction The setting the director sets for the audience in the Addams family series is elaborate, pointing out various advancements in the mise-en-scene towards the character formation. The director and the script writer assume the setting of family setting in the high prime areas of a society, under the headship of a prosperous father and husband, Gomez. The director sets the pace for the audience of a Gomez character who gives the impression... of a lustrous man, with...
Jane Addams and the Hull House
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...Addams and the Hull House Jane Addams and the Hull House Introduction Years before any organized movement to defend civil liberties existed, indeed before the phrase came into common use, Jane Addams had testified through bitter and dramatic experience to her unfailing devotion to these basic American principles. There is no other American of her time who could duplicate even remotely the courageous service she rendered both to public understanding and to the victims of prejudice and hysteria. Her restrained account in these pages does only half-justice to the efforts she exerted against the fury and passions directed against foreign,...
Jane Addams and the Hull House
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...Addams and the Hull House Jane Addams and the Hull House Introduction Years before any organized movement to defend civil liberties existed, indeed before the phrase came into common use, Jane Addams had testified through bitter and dramatic experience to her unfailing devotion to these basic American principles. There is no other American of her time who could duplicate even remotely the courageous service she rendered both to public understanding and to the victims of prejudice and hysteria. Her restrained account in these pages does only half-justice to the efforts she exerted against the fury and passions directed against foreign, mainly Russian, revolutionists. As a small child, Jane... ? Jane...
Informal Objective Summaries Buddha, Penn, Emerson, Addams, Weil
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...Addams, peace brings about the promise of a brighter future. This is in the sense that, with peaceful coexistence, there will be no more wars. Wars are among the major causes of present and future problems in the society. As a result, natural resource depletion will come to an end and no more loss of human lives in the name of war. During wars, many people lose their lives and many resources are wasted, as a result. After the wars, many resources are used to rebuild the things that have been destroyed... ? Informal Objective Summaries Informal Objective Summaries According to Emerson, the question of peace has always been in the public mind. Individuals in the society who considered peace to be virtuous...
Informal Objective Summaries; Buddha, Penn, Emerson, Addams, Weil
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...Addams, peace brings about the promise of a brighter future. This is in the sense that, with peaceful coexistence, there will be no more wars. Wars are among the major causes of present and future problems in the society. As a result, natural resource depletion will come to an end and no more loss of human lives in the name of war. During wars, many people lose their lives and many resources are wasted, as a result. After the wars, many resources are used to rebuild the things that have been destroyed... Informal Objective Summaries Informal Objective Summaries According to Emerson, the question of peace has always been in the public mind. Individuals in the society who considered peace to be virtuous...
3. While Booker T. Washington was among the most celebrated exponents of the American creed of the self-made man, Jane Addams was somewhat skeptical. How, for Washington, could self-reliance and self-improvement lift the freedmen up from slavery?
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...Addams, responsible for reforming America during the Progressive Era and pioneering work in the field... 23 May Assignment In American history, some of the most profound men that have influenced and led the country to greater heights are those that have come from humble and the most simple of backgrounds. One such intellectual, Booker T. Washington of African American descent has been able to tell the world his story about being at the receiving end of discrimination based on race in the country and how he was able to climb up the social ladder and gain repute, through his autobiography Up From Slavery. Till the year 1915, he dominated the African American community as he was extremely significant and...
The Hands of Poverty
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...Addams entitled “The Hands of Poverty”. Written in 1910, during the height of industrialization, the essay provides valuable insights... on the lamentable situation of many citizens of East London. In this essay, Addams talks about her first experience in East London when she became eyewitness to the poverty afflicting Londoners. Here, she describes how everyone had to fend for themselves: how the “submerged tenth” (Addams 258) were forced to eat decaying fruits and vegetables while auctioneers had to endure the suffering of their countrymen in order to bring food to their own tables. Addams is making a point about how poverty serves to...
Jane Addmas
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...Addams If men were seeking the Franchise-Jane Addams Through Jane Addams’ article If Menwere seeking the Franchise, it is clear that she presented quite a clever critique of the patriarchy which was centred on not only the dynamics associated with the gender roles in the industry but also in education and the government. She, therefore, argues that there are various justified reasons that women can give to men who are seeking the franchise by insisting that it is only through using the ballot that State duties can be shared between them. In the article, Jane Addams also further asserts that the women could validly object to extend the franchise to men since... If men were seeking the Franchise-Jane...
The book's name is "Twenty years at hull-house"
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...Addams as she brings the story of her life to the minds of her readers. The story is more like an autobiography as the author did a great job in narrating the story of her life and the world around her. She starts the story with an early impression of her childhood. She talks about how she grew up as a sick child and how her wealthy father played an influential role in her life (Addams). Twenty Years at Hull House is the story of the social problems and challenges that the people that lived during that time experienced. Jane explained her life, passion and commitment to solve the societal problems... of Lecturer 17 October, Hull House Twenty Years at Hull-House is the story of the life of the Jane...
Legacies of Social Change
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...Addams reminded me of the Big Brothers Big Sisters youth mentoring program that is quite successful social work across the United States today. I believe that this specific program is effective because it is not merely an attempt to help by providing things and satisfying needs. Rather, it is more holistic in its emphasis on helping educate young individuals from depressed urban neighborhoods not just to be successful but also become better people when they grow up. Many of the beneficiaries of this initiative have become successful individuals and valuable members of their communities. This is largely achieved by having helpful and accomplished adults help... in their education. This was...
Social Work
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...Addams lived between 1860 and 1935. A settlement house reformer, women rights activist and pacifist, she is knownfor founding Hull-house, which typified social work at that time. In 1888, in a visit to England with her friend, she was motivated by a settlement house that she saw at that place. Upon their return to American, Addams and her friend chose Hull mansion, a building that was at that time used as a warehouse. Addams used experimental models that entailed trying solutions to check whether they would work. Addams trained people to keep in touch with the needs of neighbors, and through this she was able to establish Hull-House, an institution that is now known globally... ? Social Work Jane Addams...
Settlement House Movement
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...Addams is among those social work pioneers who have done tremendous jobfor poor people living in urban areas Addams was an advocate of people who are poor and immigrants and looking for peace. She has been author of various articles and books and was the first lady who founded settlement house in Untied States of America. The best book of Jane Addams is Twenty Years at Hull House which was about the time that she spent in settlement house. She led campaigns against various issues such as child labor, women’s right for voting and promotion of reformation in cities, states and even on national levels (Whipps, 120). The lady has the image of “Gentle angle of mercy... Settlement House Movement Jane Addams...
Twenty Years at Hull House
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...Addams for the fulfillment of her dream and the creation of the Hull House. It presents an account of the inspirations of Addams along with the changes that she experienced in her life from her childhood till the time when she started running the Hull House and the years that followed. The changes brought about in the living of thousands... Twenty Years at Hull House: Analysis Racism and social inequality has been a part of human society since years. Many steps have been taken to curb these problems and more needs to be done to overcome this deep rooted problem which is a part of the human existence. ‘Twenty Years at Hull House’ is a book which explains the great works and measures taken by Jane Addams...
Jane Addams's contribution to the establishment of femism in the USA
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...Addams Contribution to the Establishment of Feminism in the USA (5th November, INTRODUCTION: Jane Addams, a well recognized among the notable sociologists of history, was a “feminist pragmatist”. Born on 6th September, 1860 in Cedarville, Illinois, she was the eight of nine children. Her father, John Addams, was a prosperous man, a miller and state senator (Scott, 2007). She had “great veneration and pride” for her father and was greatly influenced by him. His father served for sixteen years as a senator and fought in civil war as a officer. She admired him and felt that all the “strangers were filled with admiration for this dignified person” yet was somewhat depressed about her deformity... Jane Addams ...
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...Addams is of the opinion that being well- informed is the primary and most important trait in a good teacher, Count feels that courage, vision and intelligence are paramount. The authors feel that though the student is often neglected in the formulation of a curriculum, their ideas and feelings should be incorporated and should be based on the teacher’s opinion as they get to have a one-on-one interaction and are therefore best suited to convey the students wishes since... Lecturer number The educational world is a complex affected by numerous factors that dictate the success of the system or its failure. The role of teacher and the curriculum in this complex cannot be underscored. The authors evaluate ...
The Relationship Between The Middle And Working Classes
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...Addams (1912) explains how as a child belonging to the middle class helped the working class children not to feel bad about their situation when her father told her to wear a cloth that other kids wear so that she can be equal with them. This attitude helped the members of the working class in the twentieth century to feel... that they belong to the same society and can share equally with other members of the society. Addams uses her life example to suggest that living among the poor is an opportunity to improve their lives in many ways. She says, “There were other genuine reasons for living among the poor than that of practicing medicine upon them” (Addams,...
Womens Roles Then & Now.
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...Addams: Women have come along way in their development. For instance as a woman of the 18th century I was born in November 11, 1744 in Massachusetts and was the second born of Reverend William and Elizabeth Quincy Smith. I got married to John Adams a lawyer and we got two daughters and three sons. I gained my education in Mount Wollaston while living with my grandmother. Following the American Revolution, I was left alone by my husband to run the house for ten years. I later joined my husband in Paris where we stayed for eight months and later went to London for three years. Later we returned... Women’s Roles Then and Now Women’s Roles Then and Now Biographical information for each woman Abigail Addams:...
Classics Of peace literature
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...Addams Jane Addams’ approach towards cosmopolitanism is more focused on gender equality. In her work Peace and Bread in Time of War, she openly displayed the role that women played at the event of a war. She critically presented the various facets of society in war and she presented women not just as victims or collateral damage. Addams presented women as movers and thinkers – fighters equal... Submitted The Cosmopolitan Perspective on Issues of War and Peace If there is any idealism that is truly ideal, Cosmopolitanism will definitely be one of them. What is nobler than the recognition of equal rights and responsibility for each person as such each person is a part of the world as any other is....
Booker T. Washington "Self-Made Man"
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...Addams, responsible for reforming America during the Progressive Era and pioneering work in the field... 23 May Assignment In American history, some of the most profound men that have influenced and led the country to greater heights are thosethat have come from humble and the most simple of backgrounds. One such intellectual, Booker T. Washington of African American descent has been able to tell the world his story about being at the receiving end of discrimination based on race in the country and how he was able to climb up the social ladder and gain repute, through his autobiography Up From Slavery. Till the year 1915, he dominated the African American community as he was extremely significant and...
History Essay Ch. 21
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...Addams 2. NAACP - disenfranchisement 3. Womens rights 1. Womens activism 2. National Womens Party 3. 19th amendment V. Conclusion Appearing in the United States during the late 1800s, Progressivism was a movement... I. Intro Define progressivism 2. Important aspects II. Misc. lasting effects of Progressivism Investigative journalism 2. Supporters of settlement houses 3. Socialists III. Theodore Roosevelt and Progressivism 1. Questioning “the trusts,” the power concentrated into the hands of a few wealthy financiers/industrialists 2. Railroad regulation 3. National parks IV. Woodrow Wilson and Progressivism 1. 18th amendment (prohibition) passed, thanks to efforts of progressive reformers like Jane Addams...
The Broadway show Chicago
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...Addams Family, August: Orsage County, Billy Elliot, Cats, Dream Girls, In the Heights, Jersey Boys, Mary... The Broadway show Chicago One of the most magnificent experiences in my entire life was the opportunity to witness the Broadway show in Chicago and every show I watched in the great show deeply ignited my night on the town. More importantly, the Broadway show in Chicago has offered me all the excitement of Chicago tourism and it was great pleasure watching the various items in the stage show, including the dance, the choreography, the musical, etc. I was really amused by the various shows in the Broadway show in Chicago and some of the shows that interested me deeply include 101 Dalmatians, the...
HISTORICAL THEORISTS LETTER"Role of the Teacher"
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...Addams). Secondly, it is quite obvious that the repercussions of such poor nurturing... Principal Barbara Specter New Horizon School Los Angeles, California 90025 February 12, Dear Principal Specter: In the of my research on public schools and immigrant children, I was accorded the privilege of visiting several schools in Los Angeles, including yours. Your school was particularly helpful in compiling my findings because it is so multicultural. As such, I feel obliged to share my findings and suggestions with you in a bid to improve the educational environment for your immigrant students. My research was prompted by the rising need to strike a balance for immigrant children’s multicultural backgrounds...
To what should I dedicate myself?
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...Addams’ Filial Relations (1902) espouses a need for conscious positive roles of women in articulating... ? Vocational calling: A Youthful Account Vocational calling: A Youthful Account Those entering the American labor market will tellyou of different experiences and resultant outcomes with regard to their job searching ventures. The earlier times of our parents and ancestry, are different from contemporary society where the American economy has been influenced and hence shaped by trends and the resultant employment patterns, which support it. With such change in accordance with Wuthnow’s perspective, change in the economy has advanced hand in hand with changing American views/ perspectives as to their...
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...Addams’ Filial Relations (1902) espouses a need for conscious positive roles of women in articulating... Vocational calling: A Youthful Account Vocational calling: A Youthful Account Those entering the American labor market will tell you of different experiences and resultant outcomes with regard to their job searching ventures. The earlier times of our parents and ancestry, are different from contemporary society where the American economy has been influenced and hence shaped by trends and the resultant employment patterns, which support it. With such change in accordance with Wuthnow’s perspective, change in the economy has advanced hand in hand with changing American views/ perspectives as to their...
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...Addams that has met with success and has gained acceptance and accreditation on a large scale. Selection of words in the article is appropriate and the language is reader friendly. By quoting examples of such violent and sex-based games as “Theft Auto: San... 5th August, Parents Need Help: Restricting Access to Video Games: Brief summary: Thearticle “Parents Need Help: Restricting Access to Video Games” has been authored by “Barbara Dafoe Whitehead”. In this article, Whitehead has emphasized upon the need to provide limited access to video games to the children given the widespread violence and sexism projected in the video games. There remains a debate about the distribution of the responsibility to...
The Reckless Decade
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...Addams also contributed to. The lords of Chicago and Tammany bosses of New York City corruptibly laid the foundation for a big city government. In the fourth chapter, Brands focuses on the labour movement, giving a description of Eugene Debs’ career, the strike of Pullman and the bizarre incidence involving Coxey’s Army (129). Populism arose due to agricultural depression and immense division on the standard of gold, factors that also promoted the unsuccessful, though democratic presidency bid for William Jennings Bryan. The 1896 Supreme Court ruling... The Reckless Decade The book, ‘The Reckless Decade,’ ed by H. W. Brands discusses economic, political, technological and social changes which resulted...
Feminism
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...Addams 188). However, since these responsibilities have now been taken away from the women, they lack the internal sense of satisfaction. This has led to them turning away from the consideration and exploration of their erotic source. Instead, they have confused it with its opposite; which is pornographic. But pornography is the denial of erotic power because it only suppresses the true feeling of a woman. Humanist feminism The humanist feminism approach focuses on establishing, defining, and defending equal economic, social, and political rights... Feminism Feminism is a disciplinary approach to gender equality and sex, understood through political activism and socialtheories. Feminism emerged after...
Child WelfareTrends in the Educational Setting
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...Addams established that children suffered inadequate attention and care from mothers as they sought employment, hence established the basis for mothers’ pensions. Thu, Jane Addams, Julia Lathrop and the Hull House colleagues would rise to become the leaders of the U.S. Children Bureau, founded in 1912 (In Isenberg, In Jalongo... Child Welfare Trends in the Educational Setting The greatest fear of American parenthood today is the welfare of the children, the path that children chose to follow as they develop into youth and later adulthood. Extensive research establishes that, early childhood programs and establishment of amenities and programs to cater for the children increases the chances of the...
HistoryUTmidterm
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...Addams became one of the most esteemed and well- known individuals in the state. This is because she played crucial roles in a number of ongoing... ? History UT Midterm PART ONE Question 2, 5 and 7 Summary The Triangle of fire has a good deal of historical significance. It led to the transformation of the labor system of New York State. It also led to the fire safety measures adoption that represented the whole country. The New York Factory Investigative Commission participated actively in this transformation. It also wrote the thirty- six different bills that related to labor which the state legislature adopted in the long run. There was also adoption of security measures and monitoring of the...
Education Inequality in Rural Areas of the United States
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...Addams and Jonathan Kozol contributed significantly by providing educational and cultural opportunities for the impoverished areas in the country. Statistics have indicated the presence of low test scores and the reduced rate graduation in specific fields. This information has prompted many taxpayers to take... Education Inequality in rural areas of the United s Recently, there has been a great deal of reforms in the education sector, particularly in the rural part of the society. The government has put critical effort in the public education sector with the aim of improving the existing state of affairs in the rural areas. Many critics have noted the high level of inequality, especially in the...
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...Addams Hull House and the U.S Settlement House Movement is a relevant aspect of history, especially when it comes to aiding immigrants. Addams attempted to educate, teach English, offer child care, provide healthy food, and advocacy in areas like employment discrimination and child labor issues (Martin, 2014). However, while her work was groundbreaking, it ultimately did not change discrimination within society. Changing laws, setting a progressive and positive example, and standing on the ethical high-ground are all well and good, but it does not necessarily lead to tangible and immediate change. Unfortunately, it would take decades to really change the discriminatory laws... Due DISCUSSION RESPONSES...
2. Why, when and by whom was the NAACP founded? Assess its effectiveness
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...Addams, Mary Talbert, Charles Russell, George White and Ray Baker. Following the Niagara Movement (1905) objectives, NAACP clearly stated that it was focused on ensuring civil rights of all people that were provided by 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments of the Constitution that provided equal legal rights and abolishment of slavery2. In 1915, NAACP petitioned showing of the birth of a nation film. In 1919, NAACP organized a symposium and published the “thirty years... NAACP has been effective in its activities Introduction NAACP is the abbreviation of (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) is a civil rights organization that was founded on February 12 1909. NAACP has been effective in...
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...Addams... Midterm Paper Question Mark Twain argued that the civil war destroyed s that had taken centuries to establish. The civil war also changed the social life of the Americans (Roderick 34). According to Mark Twain, the roots of a civil war are found on a country’s political fabric, in the fundamental law, in complex organisms and the constitution itself. Twain, in his books, also stated that civil wars occur due to the conflicting constructions that a country adapts, as well as in the organization of slavery, which a country recognizes and plans to protect. For instance, according to Mark Twain, the American Civil War evolved from the unparalleled conflicts between “The Negro" people and the...
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...Addams, is called a female impersonator. (Wilchins) If Ms. Addams had all of the female parts, why was Pvt. Winchell considered gay? Why did he have to die for loving someone? The reason is not understandable, but simply Winchell made his roommate uneasy about his own sexuality. Glover was not sure enough about his own sexuality, so he had to take it out on Winchell. I do not understand this at all. Winchell wanted to fit in, just like us. Instead of trying to understand, accept, or just let live, the members of the group want to appear normal like everyone else. However the question becomes, what is normal? What if the heterosexual... I’m a little uncomfortable taking a about sexual identity. In a room ...
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...Addams and the Hull House in Chicago. Adams also created the settlement house movement that involved providing assistance to the poor. Ida M. Cannon developed and head a multi-disciplinary social work department at a Boston hospital that become influential. In 1918 the American Association of Hospital Social workers was created as the first professional organization. 6. The end of World War I led to many nurses participating... The generalist social worker is able to conceptual and pursue intervention on behalf of the client by working in several roles that include advocate, case manager, mediator, broker and educator among others. The generalist social work pursues social justice that empowers...
American History
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...Addams who was a social reformer who led the international initiatives to intervene between the countries who are going against one another in World War I, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman who was a feminist author who reasoned out that women should be capable of participating actively in the realm of politics and that women should be economically independent – all of these were written in “Women and Economics,” a feminist manifesto written in 1898 (Schultz 1999). Then there are the prominent Americans in World War II like Dwight Eisenhower and General Douglas MacArthur. The latter is not only a hero in his own country but also in the Philippines... The USA during 1890-1990: Heroes and American Values The...
Musical Theatre Repertoire
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...Addams Family (2010). Similar to the previous track, ‘What is it About Her?’ functions within my... Musical Theatre Repertoire In considering songs that are characteristic of my own performative range I recognize that I’m lucky to have considerableversatility. Still, there are a number of songs that hold particular relevance. One such song is ‘Why God Why?’ from Miss Saigon (1991). Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil composed the song, with lyrics by Boublil and Richard Maltby, Jr. These songwriters are both prominent French musical composers. In terms of prior work they are recognize as creating the highly successful Les Miserables, as well as a number later day works, including 1996’s Martin...
Interview with James
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...Addams who describes humans as programmable robots. This is when James tries to explain why he finds quantitative analysis as interesting. James was a buyer thus on writing his first book “what works in ostry” he was familiar with the mathematics behind the market thus his successful... Interview with James Quantitative Investment James O shaughnessy became interested in quantitative investment metrics through his brilliant young age mathematics background that conclusively contributed to passion in qualitative analysis (OShaughnessy and Ritholtz 4:18). After reading the physiological analysis by Paul miller‘s hypotheses, he developed interest in the stock market. Further, James acknowledged Scott...
Suffragette in the 1910's
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...Addams, Rheta Childe Dorr, ___________________________________________ 3. Ibid... ?A Suffragette in the 1910s Background The women suffrage developed in America under the umbrella of American anti-slavery movement, related to the divide after the Civil War within the anti-slavery functionaries over suffragette and the later division in the women’s rights movement. New leaders of the movement such as Lucy Stone, Lucretia Mott, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton came from antislavery movement. Relations between the two movements were cordial at different political, personal and ideological levels but a turn came when Wendell Phillips set aside the issue of women suffrage to work for enfranchisement for newly...
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...Addams was awarded the noble prize for peace in the year 1931, she was a woman of multiple talents, she was an author, she was a philosopher, she was a sociologist and she did many other really useful things as well. She... Client’s 16 October Marie Curie was a very famous scientist who made several important discoveries, several women have changed our world and for doing so they were awarded the Noble prize, this paper will shed light upon five women who have won the prestigious award and their contribution will also be expansively presented in this paper. Marie curie hailed from Poland she won two noble prizes which was a very rare feat for a woman in her days. Her research on radioactivity was exempl...
Energy use in developing countries ((In indea ))
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...Addams that are harmful. In addition, there is air pollution which has hence put into propel the air pollution control act. Other factors might be br-co, co-ea, and the ec-fi factors. This is converter by a catalyst, the diesel dilution and lastly the electromagnetic fields, which usually cause harm to human era (International energy agency, 2009, P.2009). Statistics It is pertinent that the renewable energy and wastes forms about one fourth of energy use in India. Coherently the share above do include the use of dengue and firewood, that more that 80% of India’s’ native do use. Hence, other renewable like geothermal and wind forms 2... Energy use in developing countries Energy in the developing...
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...Addams in her time and had been adopted by significant figures in the political arena where they find ways... ? Submitted) History A single word tends to be powerful in the American history. This is virtue which is derived from the Latin word virtus meaning man thus virtue in the ancient Roman is manliness. This term crept to the Protestants in America, had been improved and had become the basis of the formation of their character. Virtue to the Americans is self awareness and concern for others. Their self awareness was influenced by the virtue of Ben Franklin whose idea of temperance, silence, order, and frugality among others of his virtues were practiced by the Americans as they believe it helps in...
History of Health and Human Services
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...Addams. She established houses to offer basic adult education classes, kindergartens and employment bureau. These helped the poor to gain skills to acquire employment that would help them to improve their well-being. Social service workers were also offered training hence making the field professional. Other developments in the field of human services resulted... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction The health and human services department of the United s isthe principal agency for protecting health of all Americans and providing essential human services and its roots go back as far as early days of American nation.1 Human services entail delivery systems such as the social welfare services,...
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...Addams was one of the pioneers in the Hull house and would go on to become the first American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her social reform policies that would enable women to get basic rights including the right to vote in all the states (Legates 267). Q.2 The New Deal that was initiated by Franklin Roosevelt was to develop the economy through the great depression and it saw with it the inclusion of several programs for women. New posts were created so that women could get employment even if single. The view at the time... Lecturer: Q Hull House was a settlement house built in 1889 that was used to provide social services to the residents of Chicago and was notable as it was operated...
Music On Radio and Television
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...Addams Family, from among those noted. Other popular theme songs broadcasted on the television were those of Hawaii Five-O, Mission Impossible, and a lot more. During the four year span, from 1952 to 1956, the television popularized showcasing rock and roll music from the program American Bandstand, and rating musical programs where teenagers danced to pre-recorded popular music of the time. Similar formats of shows were created during the 1960s (Hootenanny), focusing on folk music; in the 1970s (Soul Train) where rhythm and blues, and soul music were popularized. Finally, the origin of MTV or Music Television was identified... Music On Radio and Television The article on Music on Radio and Television...
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...Addams, J., Silverstone, A., and Drake, R. (2005). “Improving the nutritional value of golden rice through increased pro-vitamin A content.” Nature, Biotechnology. [Electronic]. Vol. 23. March 2005.... I disagree with the ment that agricultural biotechnology is promising and can solve the problem of world hunger. I argue that the risks associated with biotechnology far outweigh its purported benefits. Biotechnology in its simplest and most straightforward definition is the modification of the genetic make-up of natural organisms to serve human use, consumption and exploitation. A popular example of biotechnology is the “golden rice” which involves genetic modification for the purported purpose of...
Care Ethics
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...Addams' Democracy and Social Ethics: Defending Care Ethics. Macalester Journal of Philosophy. Volume 13, Issue 1 SPRING 2004: article 2... Ethics My grandmother lives alone in another Every Sunday I send a card to her and visit her at least once a month. I get her groceries, make her cookies and read her favorite book. The smile on her face, as a result, gives me a satisfying feeling. Because of this, we have become very attached to one another. I do this not because I am obliged to but because I care for her. My parents are in fact surprised that I do not have time to do their chores but I am always able to take time out to meet my grandmother. This is an example of ethical action based on care from...
ART RESEARCH PAPER
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...Addams used... American Gothic The American Gothic is an artwork that defined the early 20th century with its raw and blunt viewof the American Midwest. Grant Wood, the painter, came up with this artwork as part of an art competition in the Art Institute of Chicago (Evans 4). At first, the painting was not received with awe, as the judges of this competition did not see it worthy of winning. To the judges, Wood’s work represented a ‘comic valentine’ that mocked the spirit of Valentine’s Day. The judges of the competition had to be persuaded to reconsider their opinion regarding the painting and they, finally, awarded it the bronze medal (Evans 6). The Institute bought the painting, and it is displayed...
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