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...authenticity. But many writers have criticized this comment and considered that originality in research and other writings are very important in order to be creative (Labossiere Micheal, 2010). In accordance with the present and historical perspective, it can be said... that there is no originality. For instance artists modify the old ideas in new ways and can get great success. But this thing cannot be considered as a true or authentic originality. Purpose of an original research is to educate and provide something new to people. It helps to enhance their knowledge and skills. This doesn’t mean that originally does not exist, it is possible in various areas. One can easily...
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Authenticity and Commercialism
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...authenticity may be destroyed, however, its commercial value rises. Although one would think authenticity and commercialism are mutually exclusive, they sometimes work together to promote value. Commercialism Destroys Authenticity Cultural authenticity represents uniqueness and individualism, which is embraced by many who prefer to avoid commercialism and its shortcomings. Ironically, however, once a product or practice becomes popular, even with those who are on the "fringes... of these bands to recording contracts. Once this occurred, the public was given a taste of grundge and Nirvana and other similar bands became superstars and commercially successful throughout the country, and even...
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The search for authenticity
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...authentic, if the individual is able to act practically even under different circumstances that are causing a lot of anxiety, without being swayed by the anxiety to engage in the standardized manner of responding to such circumstances, as has been established by the social norms (Polt, 27). The concept of being and time as presented by Martin Heidegger defines the aspect of making sense of the human capacity to make sense of things... The search for authenti The concept of authenti according to Martin Heidegger, refers to the aspect of presenting one’s own self, without being influenced by the society or the immediate environment under which an individual exists. Therefore, an individual is said to be...
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...AUTHENTI Question Most of the people find it difficult to believe in themselves. Some people are very much convinced by their thoughts that they are unable to do a particular thing since it is meant for a certain gender. This is very wrong since everyone is capable of doing a particular job; however, this depends on the perception of someone. Women have been considered incapable of doing various works, but due to the evolution women have been seen taking the most top jobs. This has become difficult for numerous people to grasp. For instance, engineering was considered a manly job; however, women have conquered the norm by involving themselves in the job (Uhl-Bien et al., 2008). Question 2... Question...
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AUTHENTICITY (IN REGARD TO MUSIC)
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...authentic is somehow hardest thing toachieve in modern society. We, as human-beings, all have our own personalities and possess our own sense of authenticity. However, this authenticity is difficult to define when we begin to confront the various demands of our society. After reading Lennon Remembers, I realized that fame is not achieved through the authenticity of that person, but is achieved instead through the process of McDonaldization, a phenomenon of the industrialized world. John Lennon, despite his fame as a member of the legendary musical group The Beatles, continuously alluded to his own inner struggles with authenticity... The Problem of Finding Authenti in an Industrial World Being...
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Multiculturalism - Freedom, Recognition and Authenticity
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...Authenticity A. B and C, my dear friends, from the bottom of my heart I thank you for joining me today in my humble residence! Today I would like to discuss ideas that belong to Charles Taylor, according to which variations in law might be a suitable tool that contributes to achievement of harmony within a social environment that is comprised by diverse groups of people. In other words I would like to discuss some of the fundamental principles of multiculturalism with regard to legal framework which guides the society. B... Multiculturalism - Freedom, Recognition and Authenti by The of the The of the School ) The City and State where it is located The Date Multiculturalism - Freedom, Recognition and Aut...
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The importance of authenticity in cultural tourism
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...authenticity is a complex word to define. Authenticity may be objective, which means that there is one way to define authenticity, and there is a standard and a measure of the same. It may also be constructive, which means that it is defined according to relative standards, and the meaning of the word can change according to politics and power. Or, it may be existential, in which it is entirely subjective and really depends upon how... ?Introduction Cultural tourism is basically tourism of the past. It is a way for tourists to examine the land in which they are touring by exploring the customs and rituals of the native peoples, as these people hold the key to the heritage of the country. That said,...
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Music, Performance and Authenticity in Films
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...authenticity, and self-conscious film performances... ? Music, Performance and Authenti in Films Music, Performance and Authenti in Films Introduction Commonly, rock music performance relies on highly conscious and thought provoking recorded pieces which implore the different themes in this music genre. Currently, rock music is finding its way into the film industry, undeniably attracting a significant clique of new followers who would not associate themselves with rock music before. A good example of this instance is the adaptation of Pink Floyd’s album The Wall – the film Pink Floyd-The Wall. In addition, rock film performance has been encrypted from Quadrophenia, the album of the group The Who, to the ...
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Warhol - Contemporary Notion of Authenticity and Authorship
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...authenticity of contemporary art of work is very much compromised from the beginning by incorporation of large components of other artists work. The traditional norms of art hold that artists ought to exercise responsibility for their creations. The act of contemporary artists to use other people work of art without virtually altering them they replace the artistic skills of others and assume it as their own (Irvin, 2005:124). Looking at the artistic work of Warhol... Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenti and hip The comment that Andy Warhol makes seeks to elicit the attention of the masses to use his physical appearance to define him. Andy Warhol depicts that he does not care much about...
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Youth Consumerism: Building Authenticity through Product Consumption
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...Authenticity through Product Consumption Introduction A noted professional in the field of sociological research, Shane Blackman offers the pre-existing work of Miles (2000) and Bennett (2000) which somewhat refutes the idea of social subcultures, instead offering the notion of lifestyle as a term most befitting contemporary youths. These authors argue that it is todays emphasis on consumerism which is used as a medium to create alternative lifestyles with which they can use, appropriate and transform cultural commodities for their own authenticity. In essence, these authors contributions to sociology suggest that the consumption of products allows todays youths... Youth Consumerism: Building Authenti ...
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What Is Authenticity In The Era Of Digital Technology
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...authenticity in the present digital age. Just like the Industrial revolution brought about an immense change in the lives of workers, the technology also in the present age has totally changed the way of communication. It has enormously changed the way people communicate with each other and even impacted their emotions. This is because “sociological, psycholinguistic, and interpersonal studies suggest that people have non-information related goals in moment to moment interaction” (Clark, cited in Burge). Non-information related goals refer to the desire to convey... ? 19 November What is authenti in the era of digital technology? We live presently in the age of digital technology and the present...
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The Importance of Authenticity in Current Popular Music
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...authenticity in 21st century popular (“pop”) music cannot be underestimated. Fans of pop stars want to know that their celebrity pop icons are quote “keeping it real.” Many times, pop stars use incidents that have happened in real life to foment their musical careers, writing one song that becomes a hit—usually particularly because of its authenticity and the way people can relate to the truth in the song. Undoubtedly, the issue of authenticity is key in pop music, because fans can relate to the struggles that stars are going through... that Mariah Carey faced in real life, and the song went to the top of the charts. It is probably because Ms. Carey was singing about a real issue that she had...
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What is authenticity in the era of digital technology
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...authenticity in the present digital age. Just like the Industrial revolution brought about an immense change in the lives of workers, the technology also in the present age has totally changed the way of communication. It has enormously changed the way people communicate with each other and even impacted their emotions. This is because “sociological, psycholinguistic, and interpersonal studies suggest that people have non-information related goals in moment to moment interaction” (Clark, cited in Burge). Non-information related goals refer to the desire to convey... 19 November What is authenti in the era of digital technology? We live presently in the age of digital technology and the present...
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World Music - Authenticity and Ethucs in World Music
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...authenticity of World Music has remained a sturdy, debatable topic. For those who love variety, World Music is a boom in the dynamic music arena, while the same appears to be a vague musical utopia to those who consider the harmonious composition of hybrid music to be impure and unauthentic. The Debate: According to David Byrne, one who hates World Music, authenticity of World Music is only a fake which does nothing but to mislead... Rachna Jalan Academia-Research English 18 April 2009 World Music Introduction World Music can be described as an array of umpteenth number of diverse music synchronized on a common platform for the entire mass of music lovers around the globe. Ever since its inception, the...
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Critical Analysis of the Authenticity of Adventure Racers Identities
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...authentic in the sport. The paper will also critically examine the factors that do not make the identity of adventure racers authentic in the sport of adventure racing. Adventure racing is at times known as expedition racing. This type of racing combines endurance disciplines such as orienteering, navigation, mountain biking, cross country racing, paddling, climbing or sports related to rope skills (Dugard, 1998). An examination... of what it is that makes the identity of adventure racers in the sport authentic reveals that the characters involved in the sport usually depict a characteristic of resistance. This sport is self-sufficient, multidiscipline, multiday, non-stop,...
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Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenticity and Authorship
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...authenticity of contemporary art of work is very much compromised from the beginning by incorporation of large components of other artists work. The traditional norms of art hold that artists ought to exercise responsibility for their creations. The act of contemporary artists to use other people work of art without virtually altering them they replace the artistic skills of others and assume it as their own (Irvin, 2005:124). Looking at the artistic work of Warhol it reveals that there were... Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenti and hip The comment that Andy Warhol makes seeks to elicit the attention of the masses to use his physical appearance to define him. Andy Warhol depicts that he...
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Ang Lee's 'chinese authenticity' in his transnational films
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...authenticity as a Chinese martial arts film. Looking at the film, its settings and the locations are all Chinese and its source of material is a famous series of Chinese pulp novels of the early 20th century. Yuen Wong-Ping’s martial arts chemotherapy use in the film is an excellent tradition of cinema in Hong Kong. In addition, all its actors are ethnically Chinese including major stars in East Asia. However, despite all these features, the Chinese audiences do not seem to connect to Ang Lee’s vision. They feel that the film does not reflect Chinese culture. Criticisms According to Wang and Yeh (175), Chinese audience claim that the film contains all that is Chinese as...
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Sincerity & Authenticity
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...Sincerity & Authenti Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church Emily Dickenson What is the difference between pneumatology and religiosity? Emily Dickinson occupies a unique place in the realm of American poetry. She lived during traditional times where society had clearly defined roles for men and women. She was the daughter of a staunch Christian and his rigid authority made her turn towards poetry as an outpouring for her suppressed feelings. “Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church” is a critical look at the concept of going to church on Sundays. Emily Dickinson was against organized religion and instead looked to nature as her refuge from the religious hypocrisy which she encountered... & Authenti...
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Authenticity & Socio-econmic
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... Authenti & Socio-economic According to Jurgen, new materials or new ideas tend not to unlock some form of space, but instead they tend to expand the often confused and uncomfortable connections within the global economy (Phillips, 4). Hence, one immediately gets a feeling that Jungen work seeks to divulge aestheticization and politicize native items as rather complex and uneven arena for negotiation. Jungen provides an example in his life, when at one point he noticed some tribal members purchased leather couches, not because they are represented by society as passionate emblem of wealth as he thought, but because they had lots of hide in them (Phillips, 4). He believes that acquiring... Authenti &...
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How do Maxine Hong Kingston and David Henry Hwang challenge the notions of authenticity masculinity
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...authenticity through masculinity. In essence, he argues that Asian Americans have been deprived their rightful cultural position by the American definition of their authenticity. In his arguments, he notes that the self-defining identity of Asian men is primarily and culturally established on the firm foundation of self-realization, power, and anti-orientalism forces. Chin establishes that Asian American identity is distinct because of moral universal tendency to fight... Maxine Hong and Henry Hwang Position on Chin’s Asian American Masculine Identity Introduction Frank Chin seeks to identify the uniqueness of Asian American through anchoring his suggestions on authentic...
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Biographical Omissions: The Case of a Beautiful Mind and the Search for Authenticity
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...authenticity of the movie with relation to the life story of John Forbes Nash. John Forbes Nash is the man behind the movie. According to the article, the movie does not fully depict the life of Nash. Details about him are obscured from the audience. This article goes ahead to mention some of the details that were hidden from the audience. These include: his homosexual tendencies, his divorce and him being anti-Semitic. This move was regarded as “irresponsible”; however, Universal Pictures went on to defend themselves by saying that the movie was as accurate... Biographical Omissions: The Case of a Beautiful Mind and the Search for Authenti Summary: The issue being raised by this article relates to the...
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Authenticity & Socio-econmic
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...Pop Culture Ads Authenti This ad above is to promote a new car model for the brand Subaru. We all know that the car brand is known for its ic style, strength, and sturdiness. In my opinion, this ad is very strong and has an effective impact on attracting more people to get to know more about this new model as its creative handle that says “the legend is reborn” just affirms its market that Subaru, as what it was always known for, still provides consistent quality with their cars. This time, only, it is just redefined through a different look and added features that will fit people’s lifestyle today. Though it did not really mention the specific enhancements done on their new model, it did... Culture Ads ...
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In Film Adaptations of Literary Texts, it is not Fidelity that is Important, but Authenticity and a Sense of Aura
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...authenticity and a sense of aura. Fidelity simply refers to the level of faithfulness, loyalty, or how accurate a copy is to its source. In film adaptations, it refers to the level of film’s faithfulness to the original text or to the degree of filmmaker’s faithfulness to the ideas and perceptions of the novel writer. Authenticity refers... ?In Film Adaptations of Literary Texts, it is Not Fidelity That Is Important, but Authenti and a Sense of Aura Stories are derived from other stories, and so film adaptation of a literary text is not a new phenomenon. A film adaptation of literary texts involves the translation of narratives expressed through writings and retelling them through a language of moving...
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Sovereign Hill in Ballarat is a classic example of 'staged authenticity, outline some of the challenges that the tourism operator faces in trying to commercial
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...authentic experience through role playing, interactions with characters, and the buildings and artefacts. This is supported by a modern orientation centre which familiarizes visitors with the background of the gold rushes in the 1850s... THE POPULAR TOURIST DESTINATION OF SOVEREIGN HILL IN BALLARAT Introduction Tourist attractions form the key components of a destination’s tourism industry. In the tourism system, tourist attractions serve two main functions: “they stimulate interest in travel to a destination, and they provide visitor satisfaction” (Buhalis & Costa, 2005: 200). Tourist attractions are developing extensively in terms of type, location, scale and form. The changing role of tourist...
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Does the concept of authenticity have any value in the evaluation or appreciation of Japanese popular music If it does, what makes a work or musician authentic, or inauthentic Give examples and discuss
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...Authentic refers to the performance that uses instruments or facsimiles and triesto invent timely performance styles. On the other hand, authenticity refers to the fetish idea that can be demonstrated, identified, or seen in performance of music (Keller, 2008: 4). Authenticity brings about commercialism that is, as a musician diversifies and applies more authentic to his /her music then sells a lot because people want to buy the authentic of music. Authenticity has a lot of effect on the appreciation of Japanese music. Comparatively, modern music has high appreciation in Japan to the traditional one simply because of the incorporation of the various music facsimiles making... it pleasing to...
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How have digital music production practices (like sampling) affected notions of musical authenticity Discuss the argument(s) of Goodwin, Schumacher, Rietveld and/or Katz in relation to specific production practice(s) and/or technology
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...authenticity’. This is done more especially while looking at the arguments presented by such key figures as Goodwin, Schumacher, Rietveld and Katz in relation to specific production practice(s) and/or technology. The first page comprises the cover page whereas the last page, as is customary, is the reference page with a list of all the sources used in the course of this detailed study. In between the cover page and the reference page is the content of the essay that discusses the topic given... Digital Music Production and Authenti Number Department Essay Plan The following is an essay thatbriefly discusses how digital music production practices (like sampling) have affected notions of musical...
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Analyse and discuss the issues of music, authenticity and the self-conscious critical commodity in relation to two or three of the films featured in the course, comparing and contrasting the different ways in which the relationship between music and perfo
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...authenticity, and self-conscious film performances... Music, Performance and Authenti in Films Music, Performance and Authenti in Films Introduction Commonly, rock music performance relies on highly conscious and thought provoking recorded pieces which implore the different themes in this music genre. Currently, rock music is finding its way into the film industry, undeniably attracting a significant clique of new followers who would not associate themselves with rock music before. A good example of this instance is the adaptation of Pink Floyd’s album The Wall – the film Pink Floyd-The Wall. In addition, rock film performance has been encrypted from Quadrophenia, the album of the group The Who, to the...
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Analyze and discuss the issues of music and authenticity in relation to two or three of the films
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...Visual arts and Music of Introdution GREASE Worship songs The theme song performed by Frankie Valli and thesong Youre the One That I Want became popular right after the first screening of the film. Grease is an adaptation of a musical created in Chicago in 1971, with the theme Youth 1950, contributors include Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Discussion Grease allowed in effect to John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John the status of stars was adored and admired   worldwide. Travolta came to celebrity world with the general public in Saturday Night Fever (1977), while the second, Olivia, was better known as a country singer in the United States. Musical par excellence, "Grease" owes its success...
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Computers That Simulate And Reflect Human Behaviors
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...Authenticity in the Age of Digital Companions”, Turkle (2007) examined the nature of interactions between users and computers. The article begins by highlighting on the emergence of authentic relationship between robotics and beings. The author argues that advancement in technology and subsequent design of computers to simulate and reflect human behaviors have forged unprecedented relationships between users and computers. Consequently, the emergent interaction with computers has established new domains of meaning to the concepts of authenticity and liveliness within the context of computers. The development... Computers That Simulate And Reflect Human Behaviors Summary In his article titled “Authenti...
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Reading Journals
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...authenticity in a well-structured format. For example, the way he referred to the views of other scholars and researchers with context to his own research was perfect. Moreover, the way he revealed the culture... Your full full September 10, Reading Journals Summary: The accomplishment of authenti (a highly negotiated interaction) and ethnicity (a socially constructed category) is a social construction that influences the way people understand each other, as well as illustrates the challenges of production and consumption. Observation: While reading the article, I observed that the author constructed his ideas regarding Mexican restaurant industry and its relationship with the concepts of ethnicity and a...
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Second Language
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...authentic tasks. Explain. The concept of authenticity is a very important in second language acquisition. This has been observed in the past forty years. This concept has received a lot of recognition in the field of second language acquisition. The literature has pointed out four types of authenticity. These are text authenticity, learner authenticity and classroom authenticity. This represents the binary concept of the idea. The first three forms of authenticity relate to correspondence where as the last one draws its meaning out from the authenticity of genesis. The paragraphs below reflect light on each of the three forms of authenticity. Text authenticity: There has a lot... Running head:...
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Aspect of Leadership
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...authenticity and branding. (Ambler, 2008). This paper talks about the importance of “authenticity” in maintaining effective leadership. One thing that all of us miss in the modern world is authenticity of ideas, commitments, news and actions. Modern era maintains an air of cynicism in the business and politics all over the world. This has fundamentally resulted in a loss of faith of people in their leaders. This fact explains why many people are reluctant to make visit to polling stations to use their right to vote. In the modern age, it is not unusual... Aspect of leadership: There are many aspects that are fundamental to effective leadership. Such aspects include but are not limited to fellowship,...
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Existentialism
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...Authentic by Charles Guignon In the first chapter, the explicitly retorts concerns about the culture of truthfulness of origins, commitments and sincerity in devotion, especially in the American history. In this chapter, the author gives information on the old fashioned beliefs which are still eminent in the society. Some people are conservative with such beliefs, and go to extends of maintain these beliefs (Guignon, 3). However, the author states that the American culture has been shaped up with gradual change in the culture of authenticity. People are developing the culture amidst change, to make a better approach to the current world. The author reiterates that the American culture... On Being...
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...authenticity of the area because the resemblance to Italian and Spanish cultures were not a representation of American culture. For example, drinking wine in a terrace, and the presentation of the marina were reminiscent of the Italian culture. Hence, this put me in a state of melancholy as it felt like staged authenticity (MacCannel 98). Eternal: However, despite the fact that the authenticity was questionable, the tour was amazing and I did not want it to come... Santa Catalina Island Trip As MacCannell puts it, a tourist’s trip begins and ends at home. Hence,I put my experience of breaking from reality in a circle because it should reflect the lifecycle of my tourism experience elaborately. Each of...
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Professional Dispositions Reflective Essay
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...Authenticity is my other professional disposition with which I approach my work as an educator. Authenticity helps me reckon that different learners have different needs and as such I vary my methods and approaches to teaching. This comes with an understanding... Professional Dispositions Professional Dispositions One of the professional dispositions that I cherish is empathy. Empathy helpsme identify with other people’s frames of reference. As an educator, I approach teaching with an understanding that learners have their own beliefs, opinions, and biases that they might not readily volunteer to others. This helps me remain sensitive to the feelings and needs of learners thus developing an effective...
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Story Response
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...authenticity. It develops trust that audience receives the story as it occurred and therefore improves caption of the audience’s interest. It is, for example easy for the audience to relate to the murder scene and the narrator’s experience with an anonymous admirer as they follow the narrator. Use of dialogue is another quality in the story as it reinforces authenticity of the story. It takes the audience to the real time occurrence of the facts and therefore immerses... the audience into the story. The application also authenticates the story by offering primary evidence in the story line. A good example is the conversation that identifies a box that had notes and it...
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CRITICAL REVIEW OF TOURISM STUDIES ARTICLE
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...authenticity in heritage tourism, the tourist's search for authenticity in the destinations and tries to understand and analyse the issue. It also emphasizes the fact that all too often the "authenticity" tourists are made to visualize are merely distortions of the past. This article discusses this issue based on the desire of the tourists for authenticity, how the heritage industry accepts it, and ultimately to what extent of authenticity will be sufficient to satisfy the tourist. Tourism has now grown into a stupendous worldwide industry. Utilising... Tourism What are the main issue, conclusions and findings that are presented in the article (700 Words) This article deals with the ongoing debateof...
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Field trip report
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...authenticity, cultural diversity and exemplary models... Piney lake in Perth, Western Australia: A Field Trip Report of 17 September Piney lake in Perth, Western Australia: A Field Trip Report Executive Summary This report details the results of an explorative and experiential fieldtrip to Piney Lake in Perth to gain firsthand understanding of the Australian aboriginal culture. The methodology consists of direct participation and primary data collection through observation and interviews. The fieldtrip offers fresh insights into the Aboriginal culture and traditions of the Noongar community. The results of the fieldtrip emphasise that Piney Lake is a unique indigenous tourism site that maintains its aut...
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Essay$topic$two: The Resurrection,Chester Beatty Rosarium TheAscension of the Prophet,Chester Beatty Library
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...authentic works of art. Therefore many people have begun... ? There are many libraries in the world. There is no library quite as grand as the Chester Beatty Library. The Chester Beatty Library houses the largest collections of literature owned by a private collector. 1 When one visits the Chester Beatty Library one will be able to view all the literary collections he made available. The Chester Beatty Library is a library offering many an opportunity to view official documents on the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the Ascension of the Prophet. These works, also called the papyrus are housed together with more than 6,000 other treasures, the treasures are mainly manuscripts, and some include single...
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Ethnicity Measures, Intermarriage and Social Policy
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...AUTHENTICITY AND SINCERITY IN TOURISM In “Authenticity and Sincerity in Tourism,” John P. Taylor discusses whether tourism is authentic or fake. When tourists travel to foreign countries, they want to experience a part of that culture. Foreign tourists usually have pre-conceived notions about the culture and what to expect based on their own knowledge. Too often foreign tourists enter a culture that is made up specifically for them; they do not get to experience daily life, which many foreign tourists want to experience for themselves. In New Zealand tourism, many images of Maori warriors are displayed, even if they are irrelevant in today’s society. Taylor... ?Ethni Measures, Intermarriage and Social...
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Reflection paper 2
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...authenticity is a peculiar combination of various factors, verbal, non verbal communication and personal traits. I believe that the above mentioned concept is important to social intelligence since it contributes to ones social attractiveness. Indeed, in order to be successful in the society it is particularly important to be able to build a good rapport with other... Reflection paper 2 One of the most interesting points that I took from the video focuses on the tremendous impact that nonverbal communication has on interaction with people. Now I see that it is equally important to look confident and to speak confidently. I have heard about the notion of body language, but I did not have a clear...
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Counsel's Advise on Evidence
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...authentication. The rule of relevance is a general rule for admissibility in evidence and what amounts to relevance is determined at the discretion of each judge (Hugh, 2003, p. 67). A chain of custody which includes the chain of the undeveloped film will in some rare cases be required. In some other cases, where the photograph is offered for its truth and forms the basis of issue in the case, then the best evidence rule applies. However, the most important of all these requirements is authentication. The party who introduces any form of photography must be ready to testify that the photography is correct and accurate unless the piece of photography is accepted by stipulation... ? Counsel's Advise on...
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Globalization: The legacy of David Ricardo theory: Comparative Advantage and Specialisation
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...authenticity of Ricardo’s theory to present circumstances is well established.... The comparative advantage theory of David Ricardo works in certain circumstances, but the authenti of that theory is limited, when thereis the role of technology as well as the administration. The theory of Ricardo that deals with the fact of comparative advantage states that both the trading partners have comparative advantage of their own. However, in practical terms, the comparative advantage of poorer country may be lesser than that of a wealthier country. Moreover, if the trade is between two poorer or wealthier countries the technology as well as government intervention may tilt the advantage to one side depending on ...
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Counsel's Advise on Evidence
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...authentication. The rule of relevance is a general rule for admissibility in evidence and what amounts to relevance is determined at the discretion of each judge (Hugh, 2003, p. 67). A chain of custody which includes the chain of the undeveloped film will in some rare cases be required. In some other cases, where the photograph is offered for its truth and forms the basis of issue in the case, then the best evidence rule applies. However, the most important of all these requirements is authentication. The party who introduces any form of photography must be ready to testify that the photography is correct and accurate unless the piece of photography is accepted by stipulation... Counsels Advise on...
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To answer questions
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...authenticity within themselves can be seen in actions such as the necessity of showing one’s true self amidst external pressures (in authenticity), while actions such as the contrasting need of holding back on expressing one’s true self (self-deception) which prevent oneself from experiencing true freedom require lesser amounts of courage (Detmer 76).For both of Sartre’s existential concepts, I both agree that the level... Answers to Question Sets Group A. Answer to Question #2. Sartre’s definition of authenti revolves around concepts focusing on the effects of courage and the lack of on many people. Among the actions that require individuals to have more courage than the usual in order to attain...
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Module one discussion board
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...Authenticity of data therefore is of prime importance which would reflect actual requirements. With increased diverse society, the market imperatives vis-à-vis changing preferences of people, target segmentation, consumption trends and macro factors become vital issues that need to be addressed for fulfilling clients’ needs. The research design and field work must be conducted properly so as to address the problems accurately. Hence, enforcing strict code of ethics becomes very... Market research primarily collects data to meet the changing requirements s and correlate it with the business objectives to produce goodsand services. The data is collated to address the needs of business and customers....
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Questionnaires versus Interviews
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...authenticity of the respondent remains significantly important (Beck, 2011). Getting a response from wrong participants could adversely affect the findings of a research. The application of questionnaires makes researches prone to such falsehoods. Individuals who may not be in a situation of answering the questions within the questionnaire could seek assistance from other... QUESTIONNAIRES VS INTERVIEW The use of questionnaires presents individuals with the capa to undertake researches quickly and enhance the gaining of information quickly. While the questionnaires are considered effective when seeking to reduce the costs of undertaking a research, many nurses utilise them in saving the amount of time...
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Crititque of Introduction: Literature Review......' Nurses' use of water-filled gloves in preventing heel pressure ulcer in the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria'
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...authenticity of the data in question. For example, two sections use articles dated 1993 and 1996 (Adejumo & Ingwu, 2010). Based on the fact that medical information is update regularly, this information may no longer be relevant. However, the article generally relies in appropriate materials, and hence improving its authenticity. Despite the article giving a summary of the relevant works, it does not give a critical appraisal and comparison of key studies. In addition... of Introduction of Literature Review Critique of Introduction Looking at the above research, it can be said to be up to date. However, there are some sections that make use of old researches, and hence putting the authenticity of the...
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...authenticity of the artwork. It does adhere to Leonardo’s style but is it really Leonardo’s? It can be taken into consideration that Leonardo has been followed by quite a number of students both in his time and until now. His style has been studied, his subjects copied. It would really be a challenge to prove without a doubt if this is the original... A Reflection: Leonardo and the Salvator Mundi Painting The painting by Leonardo da Vinci d Salvator Mundi (Savior of the World) has been newly discovered. Dating around 1500, it shows a half-length Christ facing front while holding a transparent orb as he raises his other hand in benediction (Charney). Much debate has gone around regarding the...
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...authentic works of art. Therefore many people have begun... There are many libraries in the world. There is no library quite as grand as the Chester Beatty Library. The Chester Beatty Library houses the largest collections of literature owned by a private collector. 1 When one visits the Chester Beatty Library one will be able to view all the literary collections he made available. The Chester Beatty Library is a library offering many an opportunity to view official documents on the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the Ascension of the Prophet. These works, also called the papyrus are housed together with more than 6,000 other treasures, the treasures are mainly manuscripts, and some include single pain...
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