Matthew Arnold
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...Arnold’s “Dover Beach” is a poem with a melancholy It is actually very complex and too difficult to understand because it is a state of mind which is swinging between hope and despair. This is an elegy which is tremendous mournful in its tone. In this elegy he expresses the calamity of his mind as far as the hope and faith are concerned. These calamities, restlessness, doubts of the entire Victorian age are presented in a dramatic monologue. The poem depicts the seashore at night. The night which at first feels very tranquil for the poet, but this tranquility, suddenly transforms into despair and darkness. Mathew Arnold belongs to the era when... Dover Beach – Evaporating the Sea of Belief Mathew...
Arnold Lazarus
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...ARNOLD LAZARUS Biography of Arnold Lazarus of Arnold Lazarus was a clinical psychologist before his time. He has made significant contributions to the world of psychotherapy and psychiatry that will be explored in this report. He has contributed many books and articles to the field and he has been honored for his many ideas. Lazarus has pioneered work in the self-help area and he is known for his contribution of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Multimodal Therapy. Biography of Arnold Lazarus "Think Well-Act Well-Feel Well-Be Well ™" Arnold Lazarus has always been a scientific genius. He has studied human behavior for over 50 years and he has discovered many new ways to work... Running Head: BIOGRAPHY OF...
The Character of Arnold Friend
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...Arnold Friend Introduction This essay would first focus upon the real life happening that inspired the Joyce Carol Oates, in penning down the story “Where are you going, Where have you been?” It (the essay) would then go on to analyze the character of Arnold Friend and emphasize on his real identity. For this purpose, a mention would be made of both direct quotations from the story and also views of a renowned scholar and which add strength to the argument presented by this essay. Here, it needs to be specified that the scope of this essay is confined to solely understanding the character of Arnold Friend, and not to give a detailed summary of the story. Background It was sometime... ?The Character of...
Arnold Palmer Hospital: Managing Operations.
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...Arnold Palmer Hospital: Managing Operations Introduction Managing the quality of service is always a challenge among hospital or health care organizations as traditional and prevailing practices often impede or threaten adoption of new or untested systems that may prove to be worthwhile. The management background of Arnold Palmer Hospital provides a refreshing take on the issue. Its Executive Director Kathy Swanson’s improved system about achieving quality health care is beyond question as she was able to implement various techniques to determine problems as well as how to solve them. Empowering the work force towards achievement of goals is employed by...
Arnold Kling Competition in Education
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...ARNOLD KLING – COMPETITION IN EDUCATION” Arnold Kling is an economist and a lecturer. He was recently invited on Econ talk to exchange views on the recent technological improvements in education with host Russ Roberts. He and Russ defined the new advancements in education because of which students think on not taking the classes and dropping out of college itself. Most students have started to learn things on their own and find lectures a total waste of time as they have other options to look up the text from. They have started self study as they think that lectures are not worth attending. They talked about Google as being the new instructor, which...
Dover Deach by Mathew Arnold
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...Arnold in 1851.It was a period of industrial revolution. The approach of the people towards life had changed due to industrialization which brought immense mechanism in human life. This is known as Victorian period, a period of material prosperity and spiritual degradation. Arnold is regarded as one of the most popular poets in Victorian era. Arnold wrote the poem “Dover Beach” during his short visit with his wife to Dover region of southeast of England. In this monologue the lover or the speaker talks to his ladylove who is a silent interlocutor. “Dover Beach” is a lament on the shaking of long-standing... ?DOVER BEACH Introduction: Dover Beach is a fantastic dramatic monologue composed by Mathew Arnold ...
Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
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...Arnold’s Dover Beach The famous and representative poem of Matthew Arnold, Dover Beach, is most often read as a pessimistic and disgruntled meditation on life, religion and humanity. In fact, the poem is very complex in terms of layers of meaning and somewhat equivocal. The most common reading of Dover Beach assumes the poem expresses Arnold’s discontent with the nineteenth century world and its materialistic disposition. While this reading is very pertinent, the poem requires further, more in-depth analysis. Thus, the disconsolate and ironic tone of the poem comes not only from the author’s discontent with materialism and with the decline of spirituality but also... from the confusion...
Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
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...Arnold’s Dover Beach The famous and representative poem of Matthew Arnold, Dover Beach, is most often read as a pessimistic and disgruntled meditation on life, religion and humanity. In fact, the poem is very complex in terms of layers of meaning and somewhat equivocal. The most common reading of Dover Beach assumes the poem expresses Arnold’s discontent with the nineteenth century world and its materialistic disposition. While this reading is very pertinent, the poem requires further, more in-depth analysis. Thus, the disconsolate and ironic tone of the poem comes not only from the author’s discontent with materialism and with the decline of spirituality but also... from the confusion...
Arnold Friend: A Dream Friend
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...Arnold Friend: A Dream Friend Joyce Carol Oates's "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been" tells the story of Connie's encounter with a boy/man who introduces himself as 'Arnold Friend,' telling her "that's my real name and I'm gonna be your friend, honey." Arnold Friend talks and behaves in mysterious, even devious ways; and some readers have taken him to be a representation of the 'devil.' This paper puts forward the view that 'Arnold Friend' is a 'dream friend' in Connie's fantasy life, emerging after her chance encounter with a strange young man, who had "wagged a finger" at her and "laughed" and said, "Gonna get...
Literature theory: arnold, woolf, and eliot
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...Arnold and Woolf. Try to identify areas of agreement and disagreement in their discussions of how readersread and/or how poetry affects its audiences. Arnold believes that readers should be able to differentiate good poetry from bad, which means they should learn ‘touchstones’ of poetry. Woolf states that if the novel or the story moves as the reader wants, the story is bad. Here the reader identifies himself with some character in the novel and develops an emotional bond. He also experiences conflicting emotions within him, which the reader expects the novel to resolve. Unless the story moves as the reader wants, the reader is dissatisfied with the story... Compare/contrast the rhetorical theories of...
Book Analysis Assignment/ Arnold Schwarzenegger Total Recall
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...Arnold Schwarzenegger Introduction This review paper aimsat discussing Arnold Schwarzenegger’s biography “Total Recall” and the concepts of sports psychology presented by the author in the book. For this reason, this paper would consist of a brief introduction to the book and the author, summary of the book, sports psychology concepts discussed in the book and personal reflection of perceptions that I associate with the book after reading it. 1.1. Book Total Recall: My Unbelievable True Life Story is an autobiography written by Arnold Schwarzenegger. In this book, the famous Terminator Saga’s lead actor turned politician and champion athlete from the past explains his... ? Book Review Total Recall by...
A Biographical Sketch of Arnold Schoenberg
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...Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951) A Biographical Sketch of Arnold Schoenberg Insert February 18, Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951) Arnold Schoenberg is one of the key figures in the history of music that made significant contribution towards the development of the genre in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The artist composed music in different styles attracting a mixture of reactions from the audience including students, friends, and other Viennese audiences. Some of his works later contributed to hatred from his musical enemies. The early life and music Arnold Schoenberg was born to a merchant Samuel Schoenberg and Pauline in Vienna, Austria, on September 13, 1874 (ThinkQuest, para.1... ?Running head:...
History Views of Arnold and Appleby
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...Arnold’s view on history to either Appleby .Is Arnold more or less Optimistic? More or less enthusiastic about history? More or less hopeful about History? What surprise you most about these differing views on history? Explain. The term history provokes thoughts because of its relationship with public political discourse. It makes a strong case that an informed sense of how we marry the past with the present fosters civic empowerment, and it increases our perception of history far from its default grounds of heritage and identity. There exist a wide gap between academic historians and the general public due to specialization and marginalization, a common feature in the late twentieth... Compare Arnold’s ...
Explication poem essay of Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
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...Arnold in 1851.It was a period of industrial revolution.The approach of the people towards life had changed due to industrialization which brought immense mechanism in human life. This is known as Victorian period, a period of material prosperity and spiritual degradation. Arnold is regarded as one of the most popular poets in Victorian era. Arnold wrote the poem “Dover Beach” during his short visit with his wife to Dover region of southeast of England. In this monologue the lover or the speaker talks to his ladylove who is a silent interlocutor. “Dover Beach” is a lament on the shaking of long-standing... DOVER BEACH Introduction: Dover Beach is a fantastic dramatic monologue composed by Mathew Arnold...
Dover Beach Evaporating the Sea of Belief (Matthew Arnold)
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...Arnold’s “Dover Beach” is a poem with a melancholy It is actually very complex and too difficult to understand because it is a state of mind which is swinging between hope and despair. This is an elegy which is tremendous mournful in its tone. In this elegy he expresses the calamity of his mind as far as the hope and faith are concerned. These calamities, restlessness, doubts of the entire Victorian age are presented in a dramatic monologue. The poem depicts the seashore at night. The night which at first feels very tranquil for the poet, but this tranquility, suddenly transforms into despair and darkness. Mathew Arnold belongs to the era when... ?Dover Beach – Evaporating the Sea of Belief Mathew...
"Alone: Life Wastes Andy Hardy" by Martin Arnold
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...Arnold, 1998), and why? The movie Alone: Life Wastes Andy Hardy encompasses both the structural and poetic forms of experimental filmmaking. The film is structural in terms of the methods used in creating it. Repetitive looping of scenes, in this case, micro-scenes, is a trademark of structural films. Martin Arnold is a true genius in revealing the “hidden messages” by magnifying them from those seconds-long scenes which he achieved by repetitive looping... Topic 238 words) Toward the beginning of the semester we looked at three modes of experimental filmmaking: poetic, structural and underground. Which one (or more) of these modes of filmmaking best describes Alone: Life Wastes Andy Hardy (Martin...
Eli Whitney: Nemesis of the South by Arnold Whitridge
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...Arnold Whitridge Has anyone ever contemplated about the astonishing fact: how many times a random coincidence in people’s lives becomes crucial and extremely significant? Accidentally flung phrase, sloppy gesture, awkward remark, unfriendly glance cast and suchlike can turn to be the cornerstone in building of our own destinies. So it is with history, science susceptible to incidents and eventualities. The article by Arnold Whitridge “Eli Whitney: Nemesis of the South” suggests the idea that any person, even if having best intentions and willing to work only for the benefit of mankind, is prone to making mistakes and not immune to getting the results... ? 4 30 March Eli Whitney: Nemesis of the South by...
Eli Whitney: Nemesis of the South by Arnold Whitridge
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...Arnold Whitridge Has anyone ever contemplated about the astonishing fact: how many times a random coincidence in people’s lives becomes crucial and extremely significant? Accidentally flung phrase, sloppy gesture, awkward remark, unfriendly glance cast and suchlike can turn to be the cornerstone in building of our own destinies. So it is with history, science susceptible to incidents and eventualities. The article by Arnold Whitridge “Eli Whitney: Nemesis of the South” suggests the idea that any person, even if having best intentions and willing to work only for the benefit of mankind, is prone to making mistakes and not immune to getting... the results which were not expected. This...
Arnold Schonberg, Adolf Loos and the Viennese Circle
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...Arnold Schonberg, Adolf Loos and the Viennese Circle Architecture is a diverse field that can take many forms and engage all thesenses in a person. The appreciation of an architectural piece can be in many aspects including visual appeal, the natural blending with the environment and the story that it tells. Therefore, it is imperative that architecture is a multi faceted profession that essentially requires input from many fields. The relationship between architecture and music is one of a perfect fit. Architecture strives to create a memorable and striking design of space in a given time. On the other hand, music tells a story through a carefully crafted set of audio. The best creations... ...
Decompression Surgery: Sub Occipital Craniotomy and C-1 Laminectomy for Arnold Chiari Malformation
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...ARNOLD CHIARI MALFORMATION Decompression Surgery School Author Note This research is being submitted on December 26, 2011 to NAME OF PROFESSOR in partial fulfillment of the requirements for ------------ course. Introduction Chiari malformation is an uncommon condition where there is an abnormal protrusion of the tissue of the brain to the spinal canal as a result of skull deformities that press towards the brain (Pakzaban, 2010 and Mayo Clinic, 2010). There are several types of Chiari malformation. The type I, which is an adult form, develops on the late childhood and adulthood, when the skull and brain are grown... ?Running Head: DECOMPRESSION SURGERY: SUB – OCCIPITAL CRANIOTOMY AND C LAMINECTOMY FOR...
Decompression Surgery: Sub Occipital Craniotomy and C-1 Laminectomy for Arnold Chiari Malformation
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...ARNOLD CHIARI MALFORMATION Decompression Surgery School Author Note This research is being submitted on December 26, 2011 to NAME OF PROFESSOR in partial fulfillment of the requirements for ------------ course. Introduction Chiari malformation is an uncommon condition where there is an abnormal protrusion of the tissue of the brain to the spinal canal as a result of skull deformities that press towards the brain (Pakzaban, 2010 and Mayo Clinic, 2010). There are several types of Chiari malformation. The type I, which is an adult form, develops on the late childhood and adulthood, when the skull and brain are grown... Running Head: DECOMPRESSION SURGERY: SUB – OCCIPITAL CRANIOTOMY AND C LAMINECTOMY FOR...
Book Title: Encountering the Old Testament : By Bill T. Arnold and Bryan E. Beyer
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...Arnold andBryan E. Beyer, set out a comprehensive analysis of theological theories, while exploring the themes of the Pentateuch, the Historical books, the Poetics and the Prophets. They present interpretation theories such as the neo-orthodox and evangelical and pinpoint differences and controversial subjects among Christian bible scholars. Hebrew culture, language, literature and people are examined. They also stress the sanctity of the scriptures as the inspired Word of God, the importance of the Old Testament and the Old Testament's place as part of the Christian... ?Order 520261 Encountering the Old Testament: A Christian Survey Encountering the Old Testament: A Christian Survey, ed by Bill T....
"where are you going,where have you been" Bob Dylan Who is the main character ,Connie or Arnold Friend?
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...Arnold Friend, supposedly describing Dylan. The story revolves around Connie who is the main character... Main Character Analysis The book’s topic words are from the Blue Café, a song done by Chris Rea. It is a short story frequently anthologized. According to Carol Oates, the book’s writer, her inspiration came from three murders committed in Tucson and Arizona carried out by Charles Schmid as well as the haunting lyrics of the song, ‘it’s all over now, baby blue’ written by Bob Dylan. Carol Oates mirrored many aspects of Bob Dylan in the story since she dedicated the book to him (Werlock, 26). She describes Dylan as someone with wild hair, short statures an aspect that physically doubles character...
Analysis of Dover Beach by Mathew Arnold and Africa by Maya Angelou poems with one piece of literary criticism on both of them
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...Arnold and Africa by Maya Angelou is two beautiful poems written in the English language. The two poems are appealing to the reader owing to their musicality and imagery. The poems set the splendor of the natural world against the melancholy of loss. Both poems illustrate and contrasts reality and hope. The two poems can be considered classics owing to their subtle, restrained style, and compelling expressions establishing the physical and mental awareness of the speakers, who appear attuned to the sensory stimuli before them. The paper analyzes Dover Beach by Mathew Arnold and Africa by Maya Angelou and discusses how the poets in each case describe some truth... Introduction Dover Beach by Mathew...
Identify Arnold Friend and analyze why he is important in the story. How does he communicate the story's meaning?Use 3 quotations from the story to support your ideas.
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...Arnold Friend in Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? The story “Where Are you Going, Where Have You Been?” is essentially about a teenage girl Connie who is depicted as one of the typical eccentric being who doubts her own family especially her mother for thinking ill of her and eventually learns her lesson through a shaking experience in life. The person who plays the role of bringing that change in her life is Arnold Friend, a mysterious character who appears in the story as a glimpse and later at her doorstep as a threat. Just like the character, the story introduces him mysteriously and baffles the readers. Connie is a girl with a split personality; a phenomenon that every... Significance of...
The function of Connie's antagonist at this crucial point in her life: Arnold Friend as a. sexual predator; b. demonic adversary; c. Death personified; d. imaginary figure conjured up from daydreams [Argue a single interpretation.]
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...Arnold Friend as a sexual predator The above revelation by the author puts to rest other possible interpretations of Connie’s antagonist. Perceptions of Arnold as a demonic adversary, death personified, or a figment of her imagination may not be logical because they leave too many questions unanswered. If the protagonist was the devil, then why did he show up earlier in the story at the shopping mall? (Widmayer 91). The encounter shows that he was simply a stalker who wanted to find out everything about his potential victim. Additionally, if he was death personified, then how come he had an accomplice and never really killed the girl in the story?...
Richard Swinburne, in his article Dualism Intact, gives what he calls an improved version of the argument that a soul can exist without a body, and that I am my soul. Paul Moser and Arnold vander Nat, in their article Surviving Souls, consider
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...Arnold Vander Nat on the other, provide differing arguments about dualism. Swinburne’s ‘Dualism Intact’ argues that a soul is capable of existing without a body while ‘Surviving Souls’ by Paul Moser and Arnold Vander Nat rejects the notion. This paper will analyse the two articles and a rival argument then show why the writer supports the argument presented by ‘Surviving Souls’ Swinburne defends his notion of substance dualism through his model of disembodied consciousness. His works try to prove that humans, as conscious beings, have immaterial souls... The Soul Essay Dualism, as described in philosophy of mind, posits that mental phenomena can be non-physical in somerespects and that the body and...
The absolutely true diary of a part-time indian question
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...Arnold and Rowdy In the story the absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian, that is summary, speaks about a young Indians boy as he struggles to fit in the society and school system in the USA among the whites. The story is basically told from the perspective of Arnold being the narrator of the story. As the story begins, we realize that as Arnold grew up, they became friends with Rowdy as he spent a great deal of his time at their place as he had an abusive family (Alexie). Based on this relationship where Rowdy saw Arnold’s place as a place to escape his family problems, somehow started becoming personal as evidenced by Rowdy offering protection to Arnold when beefed... Relationship between Arnold...
Where are you Going, Where Have You Been?
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...Arnold Friend a Dream or Reality? and Number Paper Due Is Arnold Friend a Dream or Reality? The storycreates quite an ambiguous impression, and this is not surprising given that the author leaves the story open even at its end – it is unclear whether Arnold Friend is a dream or just a human. The answer depends on a reader’s viewpoint and imagination. In other words, readers are welcome to choose. Some of them may think that Arnold is a human, while others would insist that he is a supernatural being. There is no single answer. Therefore, Arnold is both a dream and reality, simultaneously. Many people tend to believe that Arnold is more likely to be a fantasy. Arnold Friend, quite... a...
Military Leader
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...Arnold who was a General of the Army, and was later made the general... ?Military Sciences Inserts His/ Her Inserts Grade Inserts (07, 05, Outline Introduction 2. Military leader 3. Conclusion Military leader 1. Introduction The military personnel learn many values while they train basic skills in combat. They learn to live and believe in the values. The values define what they become and what they accomplish. From the lowest ranks, these skills are learnt and internalized. Various soldiers have risen up the ranks from adhering to the values. Their hard work in their training and value system has yielded fruits in battle field, bringing victory to nation. This paper will talk about General Henry Harley...
Law of Contract Essay
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...Arnold, Vanessa entered into a contract of sale with Arnold to buy "Fitness Fortress" (hereinafter 'FF a leisure centre, which Arnold described in an advertisement as "Probably the best fitness emporium in London". During the course of their negotiations, however, Arnold failed to disclose certain facts regarding the conditions of FF's facilities. First, when telephoned by Vanessa, he neglected to mention that out of the 100 rowing machines in FF, 20 of them require urgent repairs. Second, when examined by Joanne, Vanessa's business advisor and representative, Arnold hid the fact that the wood panelling in FF's sauna facilities are rough, unpleasant to the touch... In the case between Vanessa and Arnold, ...
Critical interpertation
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...Arnold Friend shows both daring and weakness. She perhaps opts for this course of action as she... subconsciously realizes how the prevailing circumstances in her home are not very positive. Hence, by taking a chance with a dangerous (yet attractive) stranger is a calculated gamble. Similarly, the mental make-up of the wild and macho young male – Arnold Friend – is also impressive. The heightened sense of machismo exhibited by him impresses Connie at some level. Otherwise she would not in the end accede to his demands. The words uttered by the brutish Arnold is so constructed by Oates that they carry a powerful sense of seduction. Another aspect of the...
Critical Essay on The Stone Boy by Gina Berriault
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...Arnold. Set in a small family farm where people lead a sequestered life in stark contrast to the vast, enchanting landscape that surrounds them, the story is full of surprises and strange human reactions. Arnold is presented in the beginning as a young boy who worships from a close distance the masculine charm of his fifteen year old... Critical Essay on Gina Berriault’s “The Stone Boy” Gina Berriault’s short story, “The Stone Boy” was first published in 1957 and was made into a movie in 1984, which received substantial critical acclaim. The story remains a unique depiction of the complex psychological realm of human mind, as expressed through the traumatic experiences of the nine year old boy...
Discussion Post #3
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...Arnold found himself becoming the of cognitivedissonance upon being assigned a project which conflicted with his ethical beliefs by his company, Reell Precision Manufacturing. Arnold took the matter to his CEO and chose to open up about his real feelings. The CEO decided to quit the project after contemplating both sides of the matter with the help of other members from the business development department. Strong cultures motivate employees (Daft 405). Likewise, this situation positively shaped the culture of Reell Precision Manufacturing because the CEO motivated Arnold by registering his opinion. Research also emphasizes that organizational cultures should serve... 26 March Discussion Post: Joe Arnold ...
Assignment 11
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...Arnold presents an article ActionResearch in Action: Curricular articulation and integrated instruction. In this article, the author sheds light on the potent that action research has for school improvement and overall academic change. Arnold captures findings of an action research that took place in Galax High School (Arnold, 2008). The research was focusing on integrated instruction to increase curricular articulation and connections among disciplines in the school. In addition, the project was aiming towards decreasing isolation that some teachers experience. The article gives the reader an opportunity... Reflections: Action Research in Action Affiliation Action Research in Action Douglas E. Arnold...
Lost soul
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...Arnold Friend, she could not stand up the affection she felt towards him. He defines who she was and controls what she does. Under his gaze, Connie lost herself (Joyce 29-39). The house was as a jail to Connie, her mother tried to ensure Connie did not go out by giving her more work in the house but Connie still got excuses and moved out. Every time she was at home, she thought of going out to hang out with Arnold Friend who she had so much felt attracted to. It was her pleasure to see that her mother and sister did not bother with her and she felt she had total freedom to do everything she... Lost Soul Connie was only fifteen. At her teenager age thatshe showed with her identity and her sexuality....
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, 2007
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...Arnold grew up, he belonged to the Spokane Indians that were perceived by other people in the America as poor and reserved, “.. and because youre Indian you start believing youre destined to be poor” (Sherman 13). Furthermore, they were faced with issues of social classification as the low income earners plus faced racism when they moved from their reservations. As Arnold grew up, he was faced with these challenges. Schooling in a place with white students, Arnold encountered a lot... The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian In the book written by Alexie Sherman about the native Indians, in their attempt to adopt to the changing America, who still had negative perceptions about their lives. As...
Bob dylan's possible influence on the soty{include citations to song lyrics and to the essay by Tierce and Crafton
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...Arnold Friend character traits, the idea of male dominance, an analytical persuasion between the story and the film smooth talk and the influence of Bob Dylan will be explored. Archetypal folktale pattern An archetype is a recurring symbolic language, character or event in literature... A review of the short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Where are you going, where have you been? Is a short story written by Joyce Carol Oates and first appeared in 1966.The story was inspired by murders committed by Charles Schmid. Oates dedicated the story to Bob Dylan after being inspired to write it by his song it is All Over Now, Baby Blue. In this research paper, the archetypal patterns,...
Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Arnold Friend as an imaginative figure representing either a lover, a nightmare, a devil, a dream or other possible images. What is so special about this character and who he really is? The character is so bizarre that the author cannot properly identify him herself. In our essay we would focus on his demonic characteristics that signify that Arnold Friend is the Devil. Nevertheless, it would be relevant to note that interpretation of the Devil should... ? Literary Analysis: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? Introduction A great interest of the contemporaries to the short story by Joyce Carol Oates "Where are you going, where have you been" can be explained by the author’s positioning of Arnold...
Law of Contract
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...Arnold, Vanessa entered into a contract of sale with Arnold to buy “Fitness Fortress” (hereinafter ‘FF a leisure centre, which Arnold described in an advertisement as “Probably the best fitness emporium in London”. During the course of their negotiations, however, Arnold failed to disclose certain facts regarding the conditions of FF’s facilities. First, when telephoned by Vanessa, he neglected to mention that out of the 100 rowing machines in FF, 20 of them require urgent repairs. Second, when examined by Joanne, Vanessa’s business advisor and representative, Arnold hid the fact that the wood panelling in FF’s sauna facilities are rough, unpleasant to the touch... In the case between Vanessa and Arnold, ...
The controversy of using non-human primates in medical research
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...Arnold, 2012). The urgency that is there in the development of vaccines, antibiotic drugs and antiretroviral for the current crop of new diseases facing humans, primates are used. HIV, malaria, and tuberculosis attribute their research success on the use of primates. Experiments with primates are important in studying of the human brain and organ transplant in human beings (Arnold, 2012). The other reason why primates are used in animal testing is their similarity to human beings since they share 98 percent of human genes (Arnold, 2012). Primates... Non-Human Primates in Medical Research Non-Human Primates in Medical Research A lot of controversy surrounds the use of primate animals like monkeys and...
Short Response Paper
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...Arnold Friend is a killer who seduces Connie and gives her promises of security (Oates 1-7). Indeed, Arnold Friend depicts a strange and mismatched appearance that represents danger (Oates 4). He also seems to conceal threat by depicting a calm voice, gentle coaxing, and convincing voice (Oates 3-7). When Arnold visits her home in her parents’ absence, he is a hard character for Connie to define, he lies somewhere between young and old, human and non... Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been Where are you going, Where Have You Been is one of the greatest story I have read. Characters are best placed to best describe the situation. Antagonism between Connie and her mother starts the story. He mother...
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...Arnold Schwarzenegger"s personality? Do any of these fit into the Big Five taxonomy of personality? How might these personality traits influence Schwarzeneggers leadership skills? How might these traits have helped Schwarzenegger get to where he is now? Arnold Schwarzenegger can be described using the following words: charismatic, approachable, extrovert, confident, goal-oriented, agreeable, conscientious, focused, driven, determined, not easily dissuaded, hardworking, dependable, reliable, careful, thorough, organized, persistent and achievement oriented, among others. According to the Big Five Taxonomy of personality... Arnold_Schwarzenegger: Leader of California What words would you use to describe...
Memo of Advice to Mr. US on Taxation System
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...Arnold and McIntyre (3) individuals confront serious risks of having to pay excessive levels of tax as Mr. US being citizen of US and resident of UK may have to deal with tax laws of both countries. However dual residence problems are generally resolved through the tie breaker in tax treaties between the two countries i.e. US and UK. Mr.US can be benefited from the double taxation treaty which follows the OECD Model Tax Convention. Mr. US shall file a report of Foreign Bank... ?Maharishi Murukund 16 June International Tax System Memo of Advice to Mr. US on Taxation System This memo of advice is to Mr. US informing about the taxation system liable on his income generated through his agreement with the...
Widget Manufacturing Case study
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...Arnold correct in his concerns? Will the cost of FX (Foreign Exchange) transaction expose management offset the potential profits from this opportunity in Mexico? Yes, Arnold should be concerned with the foreign exchange rates of Mexico; it is a vital factor to consider before investing. In a highly unstable country, or a country experiencing high rates of globalization, there is high capital risks involved especially during currency exchange. Exchange rates volatility not only destabilizes big corporations and multinational firms but also directly affects the medium sized and smaller firms. (Sagner, 2011, p. 83... Affiliation Capital Management; a Case Conceptualization of Widget Manufacturing Is...
Liberalism
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...Arnold’s “Dover Beach” and Marjane Satrapi’s “Persepolis” In his poem ‘Dover Beach’, Matthew Arnold shows his apprehension for the gradual waning of the power of religion in society and feels that liberalism, which is increasingly being accepted in mainstream Victorian society, is going to bring with it a moral and cultural disintegration of the society he loves. His poem is mainly melancholic and portrays the poet’s somber feelings about how man will be negatively affected by his disregard of the basic tenets of the Christian religion. In Matthew Arnold’s society, the industrial revolution was already starting to bring different effects... Module Comparison between the liberal theme in Matthew Arnold’s ...
Civil war
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...Arnold 6). The abolition of slavery sentiment was fought by the Northerners, and later on was granted in 1804. Moreover, the federal government also encouraged the Southerners to end up slavery in order to achieve balance between slave states and Free states (Arnold 7). There was already the establishment of political balance in the United States, but the proposition of Democratic senator Stephen Douglas to allow territories between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains to choose whether or not to give permission... Civil War From 1565-1568, Spanish conquerors established a settlement in Florida wherein 500 slaves were introduced (Rodriguez After that, a flock of African slaves were brought by Dutch ...
The coming of the American Revolution
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...Arnold betray the Patriots and how did that affect the outcome of the American Revolution? What were the advantages and disadvantages that each side had in the Revolution and what was the main turning point for the Patriots? [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] Why did Benedict Arnold betray the Patriots and how did that affect the outcome of the American Revolution? What were the advantages and disadvantages that each side had in the Revolution and what was the main turning point for the Patriots? Introduction American Revolution was a rebellious war that was fought in April 1775 between the Great Britain and thirteen American colonies. Great Britain was expected... ? Why did Benedict Arnold...
"Smoke Signals," "I Stand Here Ironing."
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...Arnold. Victor is the actual son of Arnold and Thomas was saved by Arnold from a burning house which took the lives of his birth parents. It becomes apparent that Thomas idolizes Arnold as a savior and Victor views Arnold through a very critical lens. After Arnold dies the two men must travel across the country to retrieve his ashes and it is upon this foundation that the two men make begin to begin to vent their frustrations and come... English 104: “Smoke Signals” and “I Stand Here Ironing” The purpose of this paper is to provide some comparisons and contrasts between the film “Smoke Signals” and the short story “I Stand Here Ironing.” Furthermore this paper will provide some opinions regarding the...
Response to "What is Visual Culture" and "Art History"
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...Arnold’s Art History Nicholas Mirzoeff’s What is Visual Culture? and Dana Arnold’s Art History fundamentally examine or re-examine the definition and interpretation of the visual art. In particular, Mirzoeff presents the ambivalent characteristics of the broad term “visual culture.” He contends that visual culture essentially gave rise to postmodernism rather than the text-based culture. Postmodernism is basically the subversion or opposition against the system of modernism. In the postmodern world, Mirzoeff states that visual culture is not merely pictures per se but rather the “modern tendency to picture” one’s existence... . As if agreeing to Mirzoeff, Arnold explores --...
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