Tupac Shakur case study
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...Shakur Order No. 158896 No. of pages: 4 The Guinness Book of World Records Tupac Amaru Shakur was born on June 16th 1971. Hisother stage names were Makavali, 2 Pac or simply just Pac. He was a renowned American Rap artist who was also popular for his poetry, movie roles and social activism. He is recognized as the best rapper by the industry, critics and all his fans. He is featured in the Guinness Book as the best selling Hip-Hop artist who sold over 75 million albums worldwide. Shakur’s themes were always centered around growing up, violence, hardship in the ghettos, problems in the society and racism. His works advocated social, economic and racial equality, confrontation... A Hard Knock Life Tupac...
( Fine & Applied art/art business) Old and modern Poetry
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...Shakur Originally known as Lesane Parish Crooks but his mother later changed his name to Tupac Amaru Shakur was born on 16thJune 1971 and died on 13 September 1996. He was popularly known by his stage name 2pac and briefly as Makaveli. Most of Tupac’s themes revolved around violence and hardship he had witnessed in the inner cities, racism that characterized the American society at that time and all other forms of social problems that were displayed in society. Tupac was an activist, a voice for the oppressed and a defender of the weak. He... Old and Modern Poetry A Greek word that means “making”, poetry is a creative act of employing language in an aesthetic and rhythmic way in order to evoke meaning....
Tupac Shakur
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...Shakur was an integrated mix of contradiction and conformity. His life was his art and was a reflection of the world he lived in and the society that shaped it. In his song "Can't C Me", 2Pac tells of the pressure of the streets that he came to live in, "and I ain't stoppin', till i'm well paid, bails paid, now nigga, look what hell made, visions of cops and sirens, niggas open fire, buncha Thug Life niggas on tha rise, until I die". These words sum up the socialization of violence that 2Pac had been subjected to. It was the expression of the masculinity that he had been taught by mainstream media and misguided authority. 2Pac's life is best... The Angle has Fallen: Legacy of a Thug The life of Tupac...
Asata Shakur
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...Shakur Assata Shakur is an American activist who was born in 1947 and was a member of Black Panther Party. In the year 1971, she was accused of several crimes ranging from murder to the bank robbery. Even though she was jailed, she managed to escape and has been living in Cuba since then (Roman and Littlefield 16). The main objective of this essay is to compare and contrast the political views of Assata Shakur with the writings of black nationalists; Martin L. King and Marcus Garvey. Also, compare and contrast her with Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem, who are radical feminist. Finally, the article will explain how incarceration shaped her political visions and the differences... and...
Samyika Shakur
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...Shakur Juvenile court system and Sanyika Shakur Introduction Juvenile court system is implemented in many countries in order to address the crimes committed by juveniles. Juveniles at their immature periods can involve in criminal activities because of so many external parameters. The segregation between good and evil is difficult at a young age and hence the criminal system has implemented separate procedures in order to deal with juvenile crimes. Same crime committed by a juvenile and an adult was perceived differently by the criminal justice systems in many countries. Juvenile criminals usually escape from severe punishments. Juvenile court system emphasise on the corrective... Running head: Sanyika...
Tupac shakur
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...Shakur On September 13th 1996 the world lost one of its most influential poets, Tupac Shakur. Tupac Shakur was a victim of gang wars that saw his assassination on this fateful night. I have chosen to write on Tupac Shakur because of the influence he had on the American population. As a rapper he became a symbol of success and mentor among the youth of the United States. Young artists and rappers became more inclined to emulate the artist. However, his symbol of social ties has been criticized as a way that promoted violence in African American community. This did not deter his success as more young people looked up to him as a symbol of an African American hero. His influence in the music... Tupac...
Changes by Tupac Shakur
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...Shakur Of the variety of factors that affect the social consciousness music is one of the most prominent ones, as the creativity issometimes the only way to tell the world about the inequality, discrimination and injustice that is happening. Throughout the past decades, rap music had contributed to the social consciousness a lot, as it displayed the problems the Afro-American poor had. Despite of the positive effect the rap songs had, nowadays lot's of people blame them for the rapid increase of the level of violence in the U.S. Psychologists and sociologists say, that young people tend to act as their idols do, so that when they see popular artists, actors and singers consuming... Changes by Tupac...
Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement in Peruvian History
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...Amaru Revolutionary Movement in Peruvian History Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement in Peruvian History The “TupacAmaru Revolutionary Movement” in Peru is a turning point of Peru in the 20th century. A Marxist group (active from 1980s to 1997) leads the movement in the national conflict in Peru headed by Victor Polay Campos. Victor Polay Campos is one of the Revolutionary movements and a leader of Peruvian guerrilla that fights in the national conflict in Peru. Another leader that significantly geared up the “Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement” is Nestor Cerpa Cartolini. The movement holds an important position not only because of its leftist trend but also for its influence on the Peruvian... ? Tupac...
An analysis of Dear Mama by Tupac Shakur
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...Shakur number An analysis of Dear Mama by Tupac Shakur Richard Lowy locates the resurgent racist culture of the failure of America to deal with the racism of the 1960s. This led to a new brand of racism in the eighties, “yuppie racism”, which was the racism that was perpetrated by people who were from the upper strata of the society owing to the fact that they were employed in lucrative professions; their mentality, however, remained racist since they were born in an period that failed to inculcate the values of racial equality. By the time these children became adults, their racist mentalities had become more widespread. This, Lowy says is one of the reasons... ? An analysis of Dear Mama by Tupac Shakur ...
Compare and Contrast Paper on Langston Hughes vs. Tupac Shakur
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...Shakur. Langston Hughes’ poem “Mother to Son” essentially illustrates a mother’s sermon to her son who is probably in his growing years. She teaches him by giving examples from her life. The poem belongs to the Harlem Renaissance period which celebrated the culture of the Afro Americans who came up to cultivate their talents in art and literature. Hughes’ poems are normally characterized by “a strong black racial consciousness and folk aesthetic…reflect a black perspective and point of view” (Davis and Jenkins 199). The poem highlights the essence of this period... ?Fabienne Dupiton Daniel Creed ENC1102 M/W 5:40-9pm 6/8/11 Mother vs. Mama The struggle of the Afro Americans even after their...
Respone to Assata Shakur," Assata: An Autobiography" Book
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...Shakur was an important figure during and after the civil rights movement. Being an African American woman, she wasdisadvantaged both in terms of race and gender. Hence her social activism served a two-fold purpose. But her association with the militant wings of the civil rights movement, such as the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army are the most studied in academic circles. Her autobiography simply titled Assata: An Autobiography narrates her struggles and successes in progressing the cause of her fellow blacks. She gives a first hand account of her involvement in the New Jersey Turnpike shootout. The series of legal trials brought against her... Assata: An Autobiography Assata Shakur...
Hip-Hop Culture
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...Amaru Tupac Shakur, and Biggie Smalls have portrayed masculinity through their old school gangsta rap lyrics, where they have spoken about money, crime, murder, getting shot, revenge, etc. Their rap was so powerful that they could influence people to shoot others, smook weed, disrespecting police, etc. Especially... the portrayal of masculinity in the world of rap music 2009 The history of hip-hop culture began as early as in 1969 in South Bronx - the black ghetto of New York. The term 'hip-hop,' was coined much later, when the growing culture gained a lot of popularity and needed its own name. Hip-hop was born under the influence of traditional Jamaican street dancing, where the Disco Jockey (DJ) puts...
African American History: ETST 2155-002
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...Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography Assata Shakur’s autobiography describes her evolution from Joanne Deborah Byron, a child growing up in the segregated atmospheres of New York City and North Carolina, into a Black Liberation Army leader and political refugee. Themes within her autobiography relate to other works describing black militarist groups during this time period, and present interesting comparisons to other civil rights groups’ efforts to address widespread social, political, and economic discrimination. As a whole, Shakur’s work provides a compelling account of discrimination and its social effects as well as a look into the black radical movements attempting... to address such...
Transformitive learning theory by Mezirow
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...Shakur, Wallace and Minaj By Data Introduction Mezirow’s Ten Phases of Transformative Learning is a step by step phase for adults to take control of their life by addressing social, political and economic realities and discounting perceptions and assumptions. Transformative learning is a method by which adults come to terms with realistic alternatives to social, political and economic oppressions (Kitchenham, 2008). Transformative learning engages a self-reconstruction of one’s own experiences and involves a negotiation of a new and more productive path. Rather than relying on normative values and beliefs, the transformative... Mezirow’s Ten Phases of Transformative Learning: The Lives of Rappers...
Hiphop -- My Music and Identity
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...Shakur and Machine Gun Kelly matter in a society that has since time of racial and class division yearned for social justice and equality. Through the piece “Invincible”, for instance, Machine Gun Kelly raps the lines “As my world turns, the heart beats / Not only in my chest, but the heart in the streets / So when they feel... Hiphop -- My Music and Identity Whenever I hear a song and I find myself drawn to the beat and the lyrics, I would figure right away that the song is going to engage me in an addictive thought and hobby that last for as long as it allows me to perceive a sight of inspiration or wonder within hopeless circumstances. I have managed to determine that, by instinct, songs with a fast...
The Social Impact of Gansta Rap
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...Shakur". (Article Exertp) Additionally, "The blend of black influences, and wild response by the younger set made rock and roll appalling and threatening to the older generation. Attempts to control the influence of rock often turned comical; after several previous television appearances became controversial, Elvis Presley was famously shown from the waist up (to avoid offending viewers with his suggestive hip swivels) on the Ed... "The denouncing of gangsta rap has also been common among portions of the African American community. During Benjamin Chavis' tenure as Executive Director of the NAACP, he caused internal conflicts between himself and the Executive Board by attempting to embrace gangsta rap...
Black Liberation Army
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...Shakur & Davis, 1999). It is after the expulsion that the rebels established the underground arm of the BPP in the name of the BLA, but still aware of the dangers they were facing from the FBI and the police, they intended to keep the new formation underground, and operate from an unknown location or structure. However, there is a contrary narrative that presents the BLA as an already existing... Analysis of the Black Liberation Army Grade (October 9th, Analysis of the Black Liberation Army Introduction The Black Liberation Army was an underground Black extremist militant group that sought to liberate the blacks from the dominance and racism of the whites in America (Umoja, 1999). The nature of the extr...
Price Cobb and rage
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...Shakur, Christopher Wallace, and Nicki Minaj might have fared in their careers in the 1960s and how these three rappers fit... Cobb: Black Rage By Introduction Psychiatrist Price Cobb provided a unique perspective on African Americans in a white-dominated American in Black Rage which was co-authored with William Grier in 1968 (Sanders, 2004). In 2005, Cobb published a more personal account of the African American experience in My American Life: From Rage to Entitlement. Together in both books, Cobb tackles the psychological inferences drawn from the concept of black rage and invites a new way of understanding black rage and its consequences for African Americans. Essentially, Cobb argues that black ra...
Hip hop
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...Shakur, Ice –T, Ice –Cube and Dr. Dre most popularly known for their Gangsta Rap, Melody groves and theatrics that shot them to instant fame. These Hip Hop icons created a huge pop ethos that revolutionized pop culture and left an indelible mark on the music scene. The Hip Hop Movement spread its tentacles to countries far and wide from its epicenter that was New York. This culture was viewed with a critical eye by culture pundits, the law and politicians because they thought it had a very... ?Hip Hop Order No. 511606 Chapter six sheds light on the Hip Hop scene that set the pop culture stage on fire along the West Coast. The era oozes with some of the most colorful personalities like Snoop Dogg, Tupac...
Compare and Contrast the Struggle of the Afro Americans
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...Shakur. Langston Hughes’ poem ‘Mother to Son’ essentially illustrates a mother’s sermon to her son who is probably in his growing years. She teaches him by giving examples from her life. The poem belongs to the Harlem Renaissance period which celebrated the culture of the Afro Americans who came up to cultivate their talents in art and literature. The poem highlights the essence of this period where the mother encourages her son to move forward and not to look back in life just as the black heritage was moving forward. The poem therefore depicts a certain awakening and motivating. This inspirational piece... ? Compare and Contrast The struggles of the Afro Americans even after their Emancipation from...
Music And Social Consciousness
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...Shakur', we can judge the above statements. Tupac Shakur's Song "Changes" Among his impressive achievements of six solo rap albums, over 30 singles, significant roles in six movies and a body of poems anthologized, is his Hit song "Changes". Tupac was clearly a performer with multi-dimensional abilities whose contributions to his art deserved to be the best for studying from a variety of disciplinary perceptions. In the song "changes", he says, "it takes skill to be real." Morgan has commented on the importance of "Realness" to the working-class African American culture. She pointed out that "The music, sounds, and lyrics from some of Hip Hop's most... Farzeela Faisal Academia Research Dec 01, 2005...
Music and social consciousness
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...Shakur’, we can judge the above statements. Tupac Shakur’s Song “Changes” Among his impressive achievements of six solo rap albums, over 30 singles, significant roles in six movies and a body of poems anthologized, is his Hit song “Changes”. Tupac was clearly a performer with multi-dimensional abilities whose contributions to his art deserved to be the best for studying from a variety of disciplinary perceptions. In the song “changes”, he says, “it takes skill to be real.” Morgan has commented on the importance of “Realness” to the working-class African American culture. She pointed out that “The music, sounds, and lyrics from some of Hip Hop’s most... Farzeela Faisal Academia Research Dec 01, 2005...
Critque Essay
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...Shakur, Tupac. “Dear Mama.” A-Z Lyrics Universe. 9 April, 2010 .... song mentioned how the artist’s mother had a succession of men to fill up the role as her husband, as well as father to the kids. None of them had ever become solutions to plight of the family. It is obvious in the song that the artist disliked how his mother took other men whose characters were only as bad as that of their irresponsible father. Despite this, the artist still managed to show his appreciation for the maternal love and concern he received even if he was beginning to be a major problem for his mother. The lines that said how he felt when his mother gave him a hug from a jail cell aptly depict this. It is not clear in th...
Personal Development Planning
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...Shakur, 2011). The residency period may last up to nine years... for the students taking the surgery program depending on the need. The student after the completion of residency training will join fellowship for another period of two to three years before being certified as trained physician (Shakur, 2011). Medical practice Medical jobs range from medical assistants to specialized medical practitioners. Basically a responsibly depends on the education received and experience gain practicing medicine. There are various categories of medicine subspecialty but the major ones are; Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Radiology, Gynecology and Family...
Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party
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...Shakur and others of his ilk spoke out against many ills that plagued the African American community. Much of their revolutionary ideology was based on what the Panthers had spoken out against. Kara Keeling in her essay “"A Homegrown Revolutionary"?: Tupac Shakur and the Legacy... of Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party The sixties were one of the most turbulent eras is the history of the United States of America. America had been prosperous; however, discontent was growing amongst those sections of the society which felt that they had not been given their share of the pie. Amongst these communities, the most prominent was the African American community. During the sixties, they organized...
Read an article about how "Hackers Broaden Their Attacks Against Business Organization" and write a 2 page response
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...Shakur, who was murdered 15 years ago, was alive in New Zealand. The hackers also posted login information that stations and other entities use to access PBS sites.” In the article, the writers have further pointed out that the hackers generally used to target... ?Running Head: Response Paper on Response Paper on Hackers Broaden their Attacks against Business Organizations ComputerSciences and Information Technology Instructor Name Date of Submission Response Paper on Hackers Broaden their Attacks against Business Organizations In the article titled Hackers Broaden their Attacks, the writers have described the contemporary security situation of the business world intricately. The article is informative,...
Relations between the health care professionals and the patients
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...Shakur, H. 2006.) CONSENT IN PREHOSPITAL SETTINGS In case of injuries which do not require hospitalization it is the duty of emergency medical service agencies to decide on the custody of the person. There are certain protocols for treatment in prehospital settings. In case of minors the emergency medical service... OBTAINING CONSENT IN PRE-HOSPITAL SETTING: ACCOUNTABILITY AND PROFFESSIONAL ISSUES FOR PARAMEDICS INTRODUCTION The mutual trust is the basis of relation between the health care professional and the patients. The patients have the right to decide whether they should undergo a treatment or not. The healthcare professionals should respect the autonomy of the patients. The consent of the...
History of Hip-Hop
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...Shakur (the highest selling rapper ever) of the West Coast and Notorious B.I.G. of the East Coast. Both rose to fame at the same time and both fell victims to the gang wars that was very much prevalent between the two coasts then. The end of the decade... and snap music. Post 2005 the world has witnessed a drastic fall in the sales of hip-hop music not only in America but globally. Experts say that the such a fall in the sales of hip-hop music is due to the fact that, "young people are fed up with the violence, degrading imagery and lyrics. Others say the music is just as popular as it ever was, but that fans have found other means to consume the music." So at present this the scenario of...
Crimnal Justice
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...Shakur shrine. Most witnesses claim the murderer wore a blue jacket that was common for the Crips that provided security for a company that B.I.G owed money. Another witness disputed this claim by saying B.I.G did not use many bodyguards. The witnesses who could support the prosecution case are the ones who gave testimonies on the killer wear blue caps. All the witnesses who could describe the murder very well should join prosecution... B.I.G Murder Case The death of Christopher Wallace is among the top profile murders that remain unsolved in the United s. A keen look at the case can help in determining the facts from witnesses regarding the case. The killing of Christopher Wallace ( Notorious B.I.G )...
OBTAINING CONSENT IN PRE-HOSPITAL SETTING: ACCOUNTABILITY AND PROFFESSIONAL ISSUES FOR PARAMEDICS
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...Shakur, H. 2006.) CONSENT IN PREHOSPITAL SETTINGS In case of injuries which do not require hospitalization it is the duty of emergency medical service agencies to decide on the custody of the person. There are certain protocols for treatment in prehospital settings. In case of minors the emergency medical service agency... OBTAINING CONSENT IN PRE-HOSPITAL SETTING: ACCOUNTABILITY AND PROFFESSIONAL ISSUES FOR PARAMEDICS INTRODUCTION The mutual trust is the basis of relation between the health care professional and the patients. The patients have the right to decide whether they should undergo a treatment or not. The healthcare professionals should respect the autonomy of the patients. The consent of...
Huey P. Newton
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...Shakur in Fallen Star wrote about Huey P. Newton: They could never understand What u set out 2 do Instead they chose 2 Ridicule u When you got weak They loved the sight Of your dimming And flickering starlight. (Edwards 2002, p. 62) What was the historical context of Huey P. Newton’s activity as the Black Panthers leader? In the mid-1960s, while America was under the impression of Martin Luther King’s ideas that were very close... Huey P. Newton 2009 Huey Percy Newton: brief biography After Huey P. Newton (February 17, 1942 – August 22, 1989) had graduated from a secondary school where he had been studying quite badly and had been almost illiterate, he started a huge an saturated program of...
AFRICAN AMERICAN HUMANITIES RESEARCH PAPER ON :MCDONALD, AUDRA
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...Shakur – and, more recently, actors such as Denzel Washington and Samuel Jackson. Audra McDonald is yet another triumphant example of the heights African-Americans are more than capable... storied career all speak for themselves, and serve to reinforce her current status as one of the biggest stars of today. Like Tupac Shakur before her, Audra Ann McDonald has unquestionably overcome and defied the stereotypes of her race, proving that the color of one’s skin is not a factor in the pursuit and attainment of greatness. More importantly, she has also broken the stereotype of African-Americans incapable of shining in areas other than hip-hop and violence – which, sadly, seems...
Music and Meaning - Tupac
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...Shakur have had a lot of impact on me. Therefore, this paper will describe how Tupac emotionally affected my life and what songs affected me in particular. In addition, it will be explained why certain songs of Tupac captivated me. First, I will describe in general why Tupac’s music is important to me. Then, I will explain why and how the following four songs had a strong impact on my personal life: “Life... Music and Meaning The purpose of this essay is to explore the meaningful and personal side of music and to elaborate on how and why a particular artist affected my personal life. In my case, hip-hop and rap have played a special role in my life for a long time. In particular the works of Tupac...
General description, meaning of the song.
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...Shakur is one of his best compositions and songs where he highlights the differentthings that his mother has done for him. In the song Tupac heaps praise on his mother giving the listener a compilation of the different things that made his mother great. In the song Tupac praises all mothers and thanks them for their efforts in bringing up the children and reckons that he cannot do anything to pay back the kindness shown to him by his mother but show her that he understands. The song also gives the listener the harsh life that Tupac had went through but always acknowledges that his r was beside him to give him the extra push that he needed in life. He is reminiscent... Sur Dear Mama Dear Mama by Tupac...
Comparisons And Differences In Intention By The 1960s& 1990s Musicians
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...Shakur, Common, NAS do rap and hip hop. To begin with, Michael Jackson was a force to reckon in the 1960's music industry. He mainly focused on things that touch people around him and then wrote good lyrics or had them written down by good songwriters for him to sing. He was born in Gary in 1958, at a place called Gary, Indiana in the United States. His father, Joseph Jackson was a guitarist but had to give up following his marriage. Michael Jackson had several nicknames e.g. The Gloved One, Wacko Jacko, MJ and King of Pop. Apart from entertaining through singing, he also had dancing skills which gave a trademark. In his black shoes, white socks... COMPARISONS AND DIFFERENCES IN INTENTION BY ...
Tranexamic acid and it's uses in pre-hospital an emergency medicine
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...Shakur et al, 2010). Another study was also carried out to investigate emergency conditions such as postpartum hemorrhage. The study was held to determine if an infusion of high dose tranexamic acid at the time... Tranexamic Acid And Its Uses In Pre-Hospital An Emergency Medicine Tranexamic Acid And Its Uses In Pre-Hospital An Emergency Medicine Tranexamic acid is anti-fibrinolytic agent which prevents breakdown of fibrin clots. The mechanism of action of the drug is a complex one. The acid initially acts by hindering the binding of plasminogen and plasmin. Tranexamic acid has more potency and efficacy than aminocaproic acid. Tranexamic acid is used in emergency medical conditions. The drug is used in p...
Hip Hop's effects on violence
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...Shakur, for example, sangs a song called “I Wonder if Heaven’s Got A Ghetto” including the words: “I see no changes, all I see is racist faces misplaced hate makes disgrace the racist… I wonder what it takes to make this one better place … take the evil out the people (then) they’ll be acting right cause both black and white are smoking crack tonight and the only time we deal is when we kill each other, it takes skill to be real, time to heal each other…” (Tupac Shakur, quoted... ?Hip Hop’s effects on violence. The origins of hip hop are lost in the mists of time, and probably back to the Black oral tradition of semi sung, semi spoken storytelling against a background of percussion and dancing. What is...
Du Bois lenses
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...Shakur and, in 1903 W.E.B Du Bois. Although the Civil Rights Act freed blacks in the 1960s from legalized segregation, once freed, blacks met a new intellectual and cultural climate (Du Bois, 1994). Rap music is one avenue of explaining this new cultural climate, today.There is something deeply spiritual about rap lyrics... Du Boise and the sorrow songs A consciousness that demands openness to spiritual truth permeates all collective and individual growth processes. In this respect, it is vital to understand that black Americans remain deeply pained. Centuries of abuse have left this racial group with an inevitable inferiority complex, which has been well documented by black artists such as Tupac Shakur ...
Monster The Autobiography of an LA Gang Member- relate to various delinquency theories, summarize book
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...Shakur, helping and training young children never to associate themselves with gang culture. David Matza is very popularly known for his theory of neutralization for which he worked with Gresham Sykes. Their theory is based on juvenile delinquency leading to criminal activities. Their aim was to build upon the Differential Association Theory of Arthur Sutherland that tells us how criminals learn to behave the way they do. According to Sykes and Matza (1957 -:664) criminal behaviour is learned through 1) different techniques of committing crimes, 2) through drives, motives... Monster – The Autobiography of an LA Gang Member Order No. 420844 No. of pages: 3 ‘Monster’ is a first hand autobiographical...
Introduction to Global Business
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...Shakur and others from west coast. Success for rappers from the mid western rappers was on fast rapping styles with groups like Bone Thugs n Harmony, and Twista standing to be the best of them all. Some few years ago Southern rappers has recently come up with different... MGMT 391A Introduction to Global Business Problem Answer Culture scores can be defined as collective programming of the mind which distinguishes the members of one category or group of people from others. In the country of china, Culture Scores can be divided into five categories. Power Distance (PDI) Individualism (IDV) Masculinity Femininity (MAS) Uncertainty avoidance (UAI) Long term orientation (LTO) Scenario 1 Answer 1 In such a...
Introduction to Global Business
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...Shakur and others from west coast. Success for rappers from the mid western rappers was on fast rapping styles with groups like Bone Thugs n Harmony, and Twista standing to be the best of them all. Some few years ago Southern rappers has recently come... MGMT 391A Introduction to Global Business Problem Answer Culture scores can be defined as collective programming of the mind which distinguishes the members of one category or group of people from others. In the country of china, Culture Scores can be divided into five categories. Power Distance (PDI) Individualism (IDV) Masculinity Femininity (MAS) Uncertainty avoidance (UAI) Long term orientation (LTO) Scenario 1 Answer 1 In such a scenario, the issue...
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...Shakur and was charged for shooting two police officers who were off duty, although these charges were dropped later. On the 18th of November Michael Jackson’s world tour in Mexico City which was dangerous came to an end. On the 30th of the same month a new house of opera was opened in Toolo, Helsinki in England. On the 22nd of December Michael Jackson made the first of his statement publicly that talked about... Introduction The history of music in the US is comprised of folk, popular and ical style of music. Music industry or business dealing with music is composed of organizations and people that compose and sell music as their way of making money. I was young in 1993 and this essay all that...
Domestic Terrorism Master Essay
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...Amaru broke into the Japan's Ambassador's residence which was in Lima as well as apprehended scores of diplomatic, political and military officials hostage in December 1996, sympathizers of Tupac Amaru in who were citizens of U.S. and Canada developed quite a lot of solidarity Internet sites, one of the sites even had comprehensive drawings of the terrorists' plan... Running head: DOMESTIC TERRORISM Domestic Terrorism s Domestic Terrorism Links between Domestic Terrorist Groups and International Terrorist Groups There are no known operational links between domestic terrorist groups and al international terrorist groups, but monitoring organizations have noted that both American right-wing extrem...
Religious Terrorism Essay
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...Amaru, Shining Path Backgrounder, viewed 4 May at: http://www.cfr.org/publication/9276/#1 Gordon, H. (2002... Demons and Angels DEMONS AND ANGELS THE WEST AT WAR WITH "RADICAL ISLAM" Identifying the "Enemy" Does "religious terrorism" lead to more intense violence and claim more lives than "secular terrorism" This question, which the paper will attempt to discuss and answer, should be viewed within a global context, especially since the US, UK and other allied countries have declared war on terror. US President George Bush has described the enemy of the West as "evil Islamic radicalism," militant jihadism," and "Islamo-fascism." UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has referred to the enemy as that "strain of...
Women are not treated fairly in prison
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...Shakur. From the onset, she was imprisonment on an allegation that she had killed state trooper, something that was false. Based on the wrong allegation, she was subjected to inhumane treatment such as being stripped naked so that searchers were carried out. This kinds of treatments were... Women are not treated fairly in prison Through the study many things but prison come out. One of the many aspects that she delved in in the course of her writings was how the women were treated in the prison. Analysis of her writing shows that there is evidence that women were treated equally in prison. This phenomenon of mistreating women was unique to the times of Davis as it existed before her time in jail as well ...
Mother Jones vs. The Beat Within
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...Shakur, an iconic rapper and the militant son... The Beat Within vs. Mother Jones Introduction Publications may come in many forms and purposes. Two published journals, The Beat Within and Mother Jones are not any different. On the surface, these published journals have striking similarities, but on the whole they have more differences than similarities. Aside from the outright difference in the age of their writers and the type of write-ups and contents, there is more to be said between these two publications. The Publications The Beat Within is a San Francisco literary magazine that started in 1996 and is published by San Francisco's Pacific News Service. It comes out weekly and includes essays, poems a...
The Beat Within vs. Mother Jones
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...Shakur, an iconic rapper and the militant... The Beat Within vs. Mother Jones Introduction Publications may come in many forms and purposes. Two published journals, The Beat Within and Mother Jones are not any different. On the surface, these published journals have striking similarities, but on the whole they have more differences than similarities. Aside from the outright difference in the age of their writers and the type of write-ups and contents, there is more to be said between these two publications. The Publications The Beat Within is a San Francisco literary magazine that started in 1996 and is published by San Francisco’s Pacific News Service. It comes out weekly and includes essays, poems and...
Racial & Ethnic Differences
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...Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G due to the conflict that arose from musical bands and gangs associated with them. The subcultures have a defined way of doing things with a certain affiliation to a particular group creating lots of social division and conflicts especially to the youth and teenagers. Indicators of subculture are identity, commitment, autonomy... ?Racial and Ethnic Differences: African Americans The methods in which we acquire our distinctions of different groups in society are often complex. It is always not straight forward when we assign our group identities. Race and the ethnic group labels used in America are mostly not clearly based on the criteria that everyone understands, agrees...
Write a comparative paper that identifies the similarities and differences between the Crips and the Neo-Nazis.
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...Shakur’s brutal, unrelenting assault on an opponent in a street clash. The victim was punched on the face with such ferocity and repetition that his face was permanently disfigured and he went into a coma. The Neo-Nazis are not far behind in terms of readiness for violence and brutality. (Dichiara & Chabot, 2003, p.23) One area where the Neo-Nazis differ from Crips is the organization size and structure. Crips is a gang with limited members and their localities of operation are also restricted. The Neo-Nazis, on the other hand... Compare and Contrast: The Crips and the Neo-Nazis All gangs and mafias have their own initiation rituals and modes of operations. The same is true of the two different gang...
Prison life and strategies to decrease recidivism
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...Shakur (who, it should be noted, himself went to prison at least once on charges of sexual abuse) describes prison life from the eyes of a juvenile delinquent on death row – abused by the police and the prison staff and forced to witness acts of depravity including, among other things, prison rape. He further describes how the American government has seemingly little love for the minorities, especially African-Americans. Since by definition, gangsta rappers come from the minorities the government supposedly looks down upon (especially the African-American community on which the current prison system has the most impact), it stands to reason that they would know best how... Running Head: Prison Life US...
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