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...Judith Clark Judith Clark was arrested in 1981 after a failed attempt at robbing a Brink’s truck at a shopping mall in New York. This arrest would lead to the murder of two police officers. Clark, herself, was a recognized member of an organized movement referred to as the Republic of Africa. There is the consideration of whether Clark should be released from jail. At the time of her arrest Clark held strong ideological beliefs. Since this period, however, she has come to accept greater responsibility for her actions and recognize her past ideological beliefs as insane. Similar individuals involved in the crime pleaded for lesser charges; however Clark...
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Judith Thomsons Responsibility Argument
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...Judith Thomson’s Responsibility Argument. Introduction If one examines the public dis one can not find an issue that has been more controversial than the issue of abortion. Unlike other problems that mostly deal with the abstract concepts, this one engages the most fundamental ones such as life and death. Indeed, the questions that abortion raises do not only concern right and wrong, they also focuse on the value of life of a person. While some people prefer to think that fetus is not a human being, others point out that it should not be treated as a mechanical aggregation of cell, but an individual that has rights. That is why in the course of the years, both sides of the...
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Judith Butlers Imitation and Gender Insubordination
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...Judith butler discusses about the understanding of gender and sexuality in the society. The society conceives heterosexuality as a natural sexual identity and anything else is unnatural. The society has universal thinking and they do not step outside their values and beliefs. As a lesbian writer the author reveals that the society has a practice of stereotyping identity. Heterosexuality is perceived as the normal sexual orientation by the society. The social context of identifying the sexuality of a person is conditioned by social values, beliefs and concepts. The society identifies only heterosexuality and is organized to support... homosexuals but just as an abnormal and sinful human...
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Judith Thomsons essay A Defense of Abortion
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...Judith Thomson’s essay ‘A Defense of Abortion’ makes a number of colorful examples in supporting abortion. One of the most prominent of these examples involves a famous violinist. In this example, a person has woken up and found themselves in a hospital room. While this occurrence is slightly odd, more odd is the recognition that the individual is strapped against their will to a famous violinist. Since the person has the violinists’ rare blood type they are required to stay in the room for the next nine months. Within the context of abortion the metaphor is very clear. Thomson is arguing that the person who is connected to the violinist is the mother, while the famous violinist... A Defense of Abortion...
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A Look into Judith Ortiz Cofers Quinceaera
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...Judith Ortiz Cofer’s Quinceanera Most cultures across the globe have coming-of-age rituals emphasizing the importance of reaching a certain age for younger people. Upon reaching a certain age, an adolescent is welcomed into society as an adult that has responsibilities and additional rights. In some primitive cultures, the rituals are usually bloody and may resemble physical torture. For some modernized cultures, coming-of-age is celebrated during a milestone event such as graduation or getting a job. In other cultures in between, the coming-of-age is celebrated much like a wedding or a birthday party, with religious ties. In Latino cultures, for example, the young adolescent girls... A Look into Judith ...
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Judith Butlers 'Imitation and Gender Insubordination'
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...Judith Butler is at the forefront of the 'queer' theorists who have advanced past post-modernist feminist theorist, via French deconstructionists and recent concepts developed in philosophy to define philosophical positions of “queer”. I believe one must first understand and appreciate this purpose to review Butler’s position. She is not a feminist. She departs from feminist theory to do other things. Drawing ideas from other writers and philosophers, her methods are rich and interesting and many feminists are struck and excited about her work. But other writers and thinkers see her ideas as taking away from the real and practical needs of women. Discussion Butler (1989) tries to ask... ?Introduction...
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Critically consider Judith Butlers work on performativity
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...Judith Butler’s philosophies, there are specific relationships to the idea of performativity and gender identity. Butler specifically states that performativity is one of the constructs that makes up gender. Each individual establishes a performance of their gender according to the association and identity that is affiliated with gender identity. While Butlers several statements show the social and cultural pressures that lead to performativity in gender, there is a lack of definition... Introduction Identifying gender and establishing oneself inside an identity of sexuality is one that not only is constructed through gender. This isalso based on ideologies in social and cultural constructs. In...
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Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills
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...Judith Sills 'It starts with "Can I buy you a drink" It can lead to "Let's buy a house." It's called courtship. For most of us, it's an emotional upheaval.' The above is an excerpt for Judith Sill's novel, A Fine Romance. Perhaps, the above line can be considered as a personification of the message of this novel. Judith Sill is a PhD in psychology and has had a clinical practice as a psychologist since 1975. Apart from this she has also been the Director of the Outpatient Psychiatric Services at Pacific Presbyterian Hospital in San Francisco. She has been writing extensively and expertly about issues relevant to relationships, family issues and psychology... Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills...
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Judith Jarvis Thomson's argument for limited abortion rights
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...Judith Jarvis Thomsons argument for limited abortion rights: Please write an explication of Judith Jarvis Thomsons argument for limited abortion rights. Include an explanation of the basis of her views, what she advocates as a position, and your reaction to that position. Judith Jarvis Thomson’s essay titled A Defense of Abortion serves as a polemic against some of the common objections made by pro-lifers. The first of her objections to the pro-life standpoint is regarding the status assigned to a human fetus. The pro-lifers argue that right from the moment of conception the fetus has to be assigned the same rights and respect that is granted to born individuals. Thomson takes issue... ...
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Seed of Sarah: Memoirs of a Survivor by Judith Isaacson
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...Judith Isaacson The holocaust was a very traumatic event in the history of the world. Many lives were lost, and some were lucky enough to be saved. There were also many individuals who survived the horrific events of the holocaust. A number of these individuals have decided to highlight events that took place at the holocaust. A large number of those who survived the holocaust illustrated their experiences in the form of books. One of those who wrote their experiences in books includes Judith Magyar Isaacson. This book is referred to as Seed of Sarah. The book is a memoir of her encounter as a Jew... Alanna Shehadeh Dr. Delaney History of World Civilization 9/24  Seed of Sarah: Memoirs of a Survivor by...
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Comparing Two Women from Judith and The Wife's Lament
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...Judith in the Bible are regarded among exceptional women who rose above... Full A Woman’s Strength During the early centuries as to the ancient times, women were regarded as inferior to men in the family and in the community. However, there are times that exceptional women rise above the superior gender and show that even women are able to become leaders in patriarchal societies. Beauty is one of the instruments that women usually use to become the persons that they want to be and to accomplish the things they want done. When beauty is coupled with wit, it is a combination that means power that is not to be lightly taken especially when one is involved in love and war. Women like Ruth, Esther, and Judith ...
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Seed of Sarah: Memoirs of a Survivor by Judith Isaacson
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...Judith Isaacson The holocaust was a very traumatic event in the history of the world. Many lives were lost, and some were lucky enough to be saved. There were also many individuals who survived the horrific events of the holocaust. A number of these individuals have decided to highlight events that took place at the holocaust. A large number of those who survived the holocaust illustrated their experiences in the form of books. One of those who wrote their experiences in books includes Judith Magyar Isaacson. This book is referred to as Seed of Sarah. The book is a memoir of her encounter as a Jew... ?Alanna Shehadeh Dr. Delaney History of World Civilization 9/24  Seed of Sarah: Memoirs of a Survivor by...
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Compare Gustav Klimt's Judith to a modern day femme fatale
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...Judith” a paint work of Gustav Klimt. Gustav (July 14th 1862- February 6th 1918) was an Austrian painter specializing in paintings, murals and sketches and his main subject was the female human form, a femme de fatale, i.e. a mysterious and highly... Femme Fatale Symbolism was a late 19th Century movement that hailed from the French, Belgium and Russian poetry and arts. The word symbolism originates form two Latin words, symbolum meaning faith and symbolus meaning a sign of recognition. It was a remedy to the conservative society that limited the free expressions of one’s creativity and faith. It is therefore, indirect representations of absolute truths via images and objects, both suggestively and...
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Essay on Chapter 2 of Gender Trouble by Judith Butler
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...Judith Buttler is a renowned author in the United States who has been in the writing field for women studies for quite some time. She has written many books exploring different human aspects and one of her recognized works is Gender Trouble. Judith wrote this book in the year 1999 and the manner through which the chapters of the book interrelate gives the reader a rather clear perspective of Judith’s viewpoint. The author clearly identifies the various issues in the field of Women and Gender and goes a long way in exploring the related factors. Chapter 2 of the book is one very implemental factor from the fact that Judith... ?Chapter 2 of Gender Trouble XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX Judith ...
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Essay on Chapter 3 of Gender Trouble (Judith Butler, 1999)
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...Judith Butler. New York, NY: Routledge.... Gender According to Butler By (Module and number) GENDER ACCORDING TO BUTLER A person’s gender or sexuality comes from within. This is what Butler is pertaining to as the interiority or inner space. The desires and the other gestures are the reaction of the body towards this innate form. Gender or sexuality is greatly affected and is one of the products of this inner space. However, as much as the interiority influences the physical actions and responses of a person, the inner space is also influenced by outer factors such as society and environment. There are certain gestures or acts that are contained within the self. A person’s interiority most of the times...
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The Living Theatre- Julian Beck and Judith Malina
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...JUDITH MALINA The living theatre, an American theatre company, was founded in 1947 and based in New York City. It is the oldest experimental theatre group still existing today in the U.S. It was led by its founders, actress Judith Malina and painter/poet Julian Beck; After Beck’s death in 1985, the company member Reznikov became co-director with Malina (Takis 34). Judith Malina was born in 1926 in Kiel, Germany, the daughter of Jewish parents. She migrated to New York City with her parents in 1929. Interested in acting from an early age, she began attending the New School for Social Research in 1945 to study theatre under Erwin Piscator. Malina, unlike... Lecturer THE LIVING THEATRE- JULIAN BECK AND...
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Response on Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence by Judith Butler
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...Judith Butler One of America’s most vibrant and daring thinkers is Judith Butler. The post September 11th America provoked her thinking. She held opinions and judgments with regard to heightened aggression and fear conditions following the Twin Towers attack, and the decision by the US government to hit Iraq and Afghanistan. She critiques violence tools as a reaction to grief and loss. Butler’s argument stands on a paramount view that pictures out a world without violence. A globe where nations and people interdependency provide a basis for a worldwide political society. According to Butler, It is imperative to shift from the first... Response on Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence by...
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Love, marriage and family values from West Holly wood to Western China by Judith Stacey
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...Judith Stacey [Pick the [This document contains a brief review on the Judith Stacey’s famous book about unconventional marriages and sexual relations around the world] Judith Stacey is a famous author for writing on gender studies, sexual studies and family issues. Presently she is a Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis and Sociology at New York University (NYU). She is a PhD in Sociology from Brandeis University; an M.A. in History from University of Illinois, Chicago and a B.A. in Social Studies from University of Michigan (Judith Stacey, SCA ! NYU). In this book, she researched... the difficulties faced by normal families, this book tries to open the door of thoughts towards...
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Critical View of On the Equality of the Sexes by Judith Sargent Murray
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...Judith Sargent Mullay wrote widely on the role of women in the new America and the unfolding political changes in France. According to Judith, the philosophy of natural rights as enshrined in American Declaration of Independence and the end of superior... Critical View of “On the Equality of the Sexes” essay The advent of feminism in 1790’s was widely seen as a turning point for women’s role in the society. Even though ancient writers effectively wrote on the need of educational reforms and the role of women to improve their situation, it is revolutions in the America and France that created an opportunity for re-shaping the social order as well as political context between male and female sexes. Judith ...
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Martin Espada's poem Bully and Judith Ortiz Cofer's poem Latin Women Pray
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...Judith Ortiz Cofer’s poem “Latin Women Pray” Introduction Thepoem “Bully” by Martin Espada is filled with an intricate usage of irony and symbolism stemming from its title, which gives a rough description of the contents. The title forms the clue to the message contained in the poem as the word suggests an unfair situation and a sought of mismatch between a powerful party taking undue advantage of a weaker opponent. Martin Espada, the poet, is of Latino origin and a strong political activists and this gives an insight to the direction taken by this unique piece, the bully. On the other hand, the poem “Latin women pray” written by Judith Ortiz... Comparative Analysis: Martin Espada’s poem “Bully” and...
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What does Judith Butler mean by the social construction and performativity of both sex and gender
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...Judith Butler: The Social Construction and Performativity of Gender and Sex Judith Butler: The Social Construction and Performativity of Gender andSex Introduction Judith Butler is a post-structural philosopher who examined the construction of sex and gender within the post-modern world. The theories that she promoted were founded on the idea of social construction and performativity as they were ascribed to both gender and sex. Post-modern thinking provides for the belief that society is not constructed because of natural imperatives, but is designed by the repetition of acts that construct human truths. Social construction designs the way in which interaction takes place. The concept... ...
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Outlline and evaluate Judith Butler's ideas on the relationships between the human body and society. Discuss in relation to traditional assumptions about gender
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...Judith Butler’s ideas on the relationship between the human body and society. Anthony Elliot (2009:99) in the new edition further quotes, “social theory is vitally engaged with the repression, oppression and indignity of unequal social relation” The discussion will revolve around traditional assumptions about gender in relation to the contemporary society. Contemporary Social Theory In this context, contemporary social theory is the systematic analysis of broad development contours of the modern world as opposed to the traditional society. These contours revolve around multidisplinary reconstruction of terms like... RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HUMAN BODY AND SOCIETY By Introduction The relationship between ...
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Silent dancing by judith ortiz cofer
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... SILENT DANCING The narrator uses retrospection when she narrates about her experiences and events basing on her memories. This causes the narrative to shift from present to past to the future and also the future to past to present. The narrator, Ortiz, tells about her past when she was born in Puerto Rico, and the life her parents lived. She also remembers and narrates about the birth of her brother in 1954 (Starvans 12). She remembers how their family had financial difficulties after the birth of her brother, and that forced her father to join the United States navy. It was during this time that her father moved to the States. He got assigned to duty on a ship in Brooklyn yard. She... SILENT DANCING...
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The Myth of the Latin Woman - Author Judith Ortiz Cofer
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...The Myth of the Latin Woman Summary: Published in the collection "One World, Many Cultures" by Hirschberg & Hirschberg, Cofer (2008) has discussed how compassionate and sacrificing are the Latin parents towards their children, and how much devotion they exercise during their socialization. In addition, she has drawn attention towards the level of divergence in the cultural traits of different societies. Furthermore, the author has portrayed the obnoxious situation the minority groups have to undergo while living in a multicultural community, and indicated the hurdles they face while observing their traditional norms in an alien land. Having the Latin origin, the author had very closely... Myth of the...
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Feynman's Lost Lecture
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...Judith and David Goodstein imparts a magnificently printed short account of days with Feynman, furnish thorough observations on the lecture itself, and connect... Feynmans Lost Lecture Introduction This book “Feynmans Lost Lecture” is a good thing for all of the followers of the Feynman. This wonderful lecture “The Motion of the Planets Around the Sun” utilizes not anything more highly developed than geometry of high school level to give explanation related to the orbit of planet around sun, which according to him is elliptical instead in perfect circles, and in a conclusive way he establishes the amazing fact that has puzzled and conspiracies creative thinker since Newton, “Nature obeys mathematics.”...
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Story from the bible
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...Judith, in the Book of Judith, a Deuterocanonical book which is part of the Septuagint, the Catholic Bible, and the Eastern Orthodox Christian Old Testament while excluded by the Jews and the Protestants. In a reflective analysis and interpretation of the book, it becomes palpable that the Book of Judith reflects the general nature and characteristics of other Old Testament books and therefore fits well into the biblical book as a whole. Dated to the Maccabean period in the 2d century BC, the work is by an unknown author and it gives a fictitious account of the liberation of Israel from a foreign army... Story from the Bible Part One of the most interesting stories in Old Testament has been that of...
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What is the title(Too Soon A woman) relate to Mary's situation
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...Judith 78). In times of hunger, she did all she could just to get food on the table lest it eating poisonous mushrooms to protect the children at all cost. In this essay, the motherly aspects of Mary will be elicited here. In the story, Mary says, “I’d rather go with a family and look after kids…” (Judith 82). This statement implicated that Mary has some motherly care in her. She had a heart... of caring for her siblings despite the tough situation which she was undergoing as a girl. In as much as knew nothing or had any previous history of motherhood, Mary undertook the role with seriousness. Teenagers her age always fear motherhood, but for Mary’s case, she was willing to take the role of...
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Judithand Tobit and the Protestant canon
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...Judith and Tobit and the Protestant canon The books of Judith and Tobit draw a few similarity and huge differences with the Protestant Canon. There are a few similarities and differences in the way the character of God was presented in the Protestant canon and the apocryphal books of Judith and Tobit. In the book of Judith and Tobit, the character of God was expressed as someone that valued good works as he forgives people of their sins due to their good works. The book of Tobit makes us know that God forgives the sins of people that give alms to beggars and help the needy (Geisler & Nix, 1986). God could be described as...
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Rip Van Winkle
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...Judith and other villagers assist in building this theme. The character Dame assists in showing how Rip acted before the change and the reason he ran from home. In his return, Dame being deceased shows the changes that occurred in the society. The villagers also become hard working in the changed society. Rip’s memory shows the changes that occur in the society while he was away. Most of his friends were either dead or in different locations and status. He also shows a change in making friends with the new generation (Perkin, 206). Judith grows to a woman on his father’s return and is also having rip III in his hand (Perkin, 205). Judith...
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Community and Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Public's Health (8th ed) by Allender, J. A., Rector, C., & Warner, K.D (2014) ISBN# 978-1-60913-688-8
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...Judith, 2014). The first primary measure is to educate workers about... What is the community? Australian community  Why is it a community? Australian community is a population ina defined area, which is the Australian country. Australian people share something in common including language and culture and belong to social organizations like workplace. It provides a sense of identity for Australians. What type of community is it? Work community What is problem that may arise within your chosen community?  Tuberculosis disease Discuss two primary, two secondary, and two tertiary preventive measures to address that problem. Primary prevention aims to protect healthy people from tuberculosis (Allender & Ju...
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Donatello
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...Judith and Holofernes) can be considered as the best examples of the development of early Renaissance Italian art (special references to the works Equestrian statue of Gattamelata and Judith and Holofernes by Donatello). Biography: Donatello Italy is world renowned for Renaissance art and Donatello (Florence... ?Donatello Within the context of early Renaissance Italian art, Donatello’s contributions, especially sculptures, are important. Besides, Donatello’sworks represent the spirit of early Renaissance in Italian sculpture, which deeply influenced his contemporary artists. Thesis statement: Donatello represents the early Renaissance Italian art and his works (Equestrian statue of Gattamelata and Judith ...
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McHam_Donatello's David & Judith_x
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...Judith and Holofernes in the Medici Palace courtyard and garden significant? What does their placement reveal? (pp. 32) Mcham argues that the ethnography that exists between Donatello’s bronze David and Judith and Holofernes sculptures was supposed to conjure republican themes that were well known to Florentine elite which the Medici wanted to adopt and bring on board. She continues to state that the two sculptures were intended to be pendants and together. They convey the controversial message that the family’s role in Florence was the same as that of respected Old... Lecturer: Topic: McHam, Donatellos David & Judith_x What does McHam argue? Why was the placement of Donatello’s bronze David and Judith ...
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Femme Fatale
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...Judith” a paint work of Gustav Klimt. Gustav (July 14th 1862- February 6th 1918) was an Austrian painter specializing in paintings, murals and sketches and his main subject was the female human form, a femme de fatale, i.e. a mysterious and highly seductive... Femme Fatale Symbolism was a late 19th Century movement that hailed from the French, Belgium and Russian poetry and arts. The word symbolism originates form two Latin words, symbolum meaning faith and symbolus meaning a sign of recognition. It was a remedy to the conservative society that limited the free expressions of one’s creativity and faith. It is therefore, indirect representations of absolute truths via images and objects, both...
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Congregation and the Urban Landscape of Milwaukee
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...Judith et al, pp.4-7). b). Area A which is the first grade is with the white household, recording the highest number of people in the area (Judith et al, pp.4-7). 2a). The five Milwaukee census tracts with top five homeownership include Melody view, Golden Gate, Park Place, Timmerman West and Tripoli Park (Judith et al,pp.4-7). 2b). The census tracts with the least rates of home ownership in the city includes Silver Spring, Long view, Columbus Park, Silver Swan and Florist Highlands... Congregation and the Urban Landscape of Milwauke a). In area D that is the fourth grade, the black household is commonly associated. The concentration of the black in the area records the highest number of the families...
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The American Health Concerns
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...Judith & Numbers 12). This is a worrying health concern in the health sector. It is perceived to be the greatest health threat in the US. Obese contributes largely to the growing number of life-threatening diseases like, diabetes, heart disease, stroke and some cancers. Research has shown that obese leads in cases of some avoidable death, in the United States. There are various causes of the rising causes of obese in the society that have been cited by medical personnel and research institutions. The contributing factors are unhealthy eating habits and lack of exercise. Obese occurs when someone consumes in more calories... The American Health Concerns Over the years, American health concerns have been ...
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...Judith Burns, “Gove urges longer days and shorter holidays for pupils” published in BBC News, the suggestions given by Education Secretary Michael Gove have been elaborated. Gove is of the opinion that like Eastern schools, schools in UK should also have longer school hours and the holiday time period should be shortened. According to him even the best schools in the country have to change their schedules and have a longer school term. He implies that longer school hours would be family friendly and also enable the child to prepare for the pressures of the modern society. He argues that the long summer holidays can be compared... Longer School Hours and Shorter Holidays In an article written by Judith...
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Argumental essay on Virginia Woolf Shakespeares Sister
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...Judith as the sister of Shakespeare points out how the identity that one holds in society alters their destiny. Woolf points out that the basis of cultural identity and social expectations is what depicts one’s genius and outcome, as opposed... ?The concept of identity is one which is altered according to perspective and the way in which look at different circumstances. In the concept of “Shakespeare’s Sister” by Virginia Woolf, there is an understanding of changing perspectives and how it relates to identity. Woolf points out that the identity which one has is not dependent on the genius which they have. Instead, it is based on gender, opportunity and the education which one receives. The concept of...
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...Judith.’ Judith is portrayed as experiencing discrimination and inequality. Mainly, Judith has the same capabilities and talent, as her brother William. However, while William receives support and encouragement... Themes in Literary Works Whitman, in his poem "Song of Myself" focuses on praising the individual. According to him, a democratic nation comprised individuals that are unique, but equal. The opening of this poem triumphantly praises the individual: “I celebrate myself, and sing myself” (1). On the other hand, Whitman considers himself to be the voice of many people. He however, passes equal praises to some of the most exemplary people in history, including Abraham Lincoln, whom he thinks merit ...
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High Tor
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...Judith returns to Van and respects his opinion to keep High Tor, Van feels self-gratification and he is able to distance himself from High Tor. He no longer feels that he has to fight with Judith on this issue and his pride is not wounded when she says that she leaves the decision up to him. When Skimmerhorn Senior bids with the offer of fifty thousand, Van finally relents when his Indian friend tells him that High Tor is no longer valuable. 2.Judith regrets her decision... Answers to Questions on High Tor Van Dorn eventually sells his High Tor for fifty thousand dollars. He gives up hope when his Indian friend, John, tells him that the land is only ruins and will always be in ruins. When...
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The Baroque Era
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...Judith Slaying of Holofernes painting. In the painting, Judith has a sterling, broad and masculine face and physique in a fantastic way (Allen n.p). That can be construed to mean women are strong independent beings and as such the society should not view them as weak and fragile. Secondly, Baroque is interesting in that it uses direct, obvious, and dramatic iconography that intends to appeal above all to the senses and the emotions (Old Masters... The Baroque Era It is with no doubt that Art and culture have existed for many centuries growing in tandem with one another. The one art style that I find interesting is the Baroque style. That is because of the combination of various techniques in...
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Summary of the Group project
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...Judith with the Head of Holofernes" by Balthasar Griessmann This is an ivory sculpture curved by Balthasar Griessmann from 1662 to 1680 in Germany. The height of the sculpture was 19.7 cm or 7.75 inches. As such, the curving of this sculpture was during the 17 century when ivory was the most preferred option of curving material. This was therefore among the thousands of Ivorian sculptures curved out during this time. Project Description My group of six visited the museum and identified the sculpture of “Judith with the Head of Holofernes” curved by Balthasar Griessmann of German nationality. This sculpture was made out of ivory, which was very common during... Task Summary of the Group Project "Judith ...
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Night to his Day The social construction of gender Essay
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...Judith Lorber touches upon an interesting theme; the ascription of gender to an individual in a society does not automatically follow from the genitalia or reproductive organs that a person is endowed with (2). Thus gender tends to be more of a construction and ascription of a specific social status to an individual in a society, and the sexuality in many cases does not tend to be a direct source of a specific social status. In that context, Lorber mentions that some African, American Indian and other societies do have a provision for a third gender... of the of the 14 May Flexibility towards Gender Ascription in African, American Indian and Some other Societies In the source under consideration, Judith ...
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...Judith returns to Van and respects his opinion to keep High Tor, Van feels self-gratification and he is able to distance himself from High Tor. He no longer feels that he has to fight with Judith on this issue and his pride is not wounded when she says that she leaves the decision up to him. When Skimmerhorn Senior bids with the offer of fifty thousand, Van finally relents when his Indian friend tells him that High Tor is no longer valuable. 2.Judith regrets... Answers to Questions on High Tor Van Dorn eventually sells his High Tor for fifty thousand dollars. He gives up hope when his Indian friend, John, tells him that the land is only ruins and will always be in ruins. When Ju...
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Write a dialogue held between two imaginary theorists who take different critical approaches to the study of film and/or TV and they will discuss ONE TV or Film from their respective critical perspectives
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...Judith Allison and Ralph Montgomery meet in a small café and sit down for a short discussion of their theoretical beliefs and convictions. Yesterday, they watched Steven Soderberg’s Erin Brockovich – the movie which poses more questions than it can answer and the movie which presents a multifaceted picture of a woman’s life reality. Judith is the support of pragmatic feminism, and Ralph is confident that the reality can only be explain in Marxian terms. Their dialogue will hardly resolve the theoretical conflict but will, most probably, reveal the hidden facets of the movie which the audience... PRAGMATIC FEMINISM AND MARXISM: ERIN BROCKOVICH By 28 April Pragmatic Feminism and Marxism: Erin Brockovich...
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Comunication
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...Judith Boss, there are three stages of critical thinking development: Dualism: the belief that things are either wrong or right; Relativism: acknowledging that not all things are right/wrong, and then thinking all views are equally applicable, and lastly, Commitment: selecting a position based on cautious thinking. Judith Boss has established that many of her students attend class in the relativism juncture. She guides students to the concluding phase of development of critical thinking by showing students the significance of triumphing over their feelings and views to commit to positions depending on logic as well as reason. In the process, the students learn... According to Judith Boss, there are...
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...Judith Mayer's Views Conclusion Surgery One of the issuesfacing many developed countries and Asia continent as a whole is that of Intersex Surgery. Intersex is a term used in many medical areas and even in an extensive amount in the field of gender and sexual studies. The term is used to describe the availability of intermediate linking of physical characteristics that well identify or rather distinguish the male sex from the female sex. The explanation of the subject is that it characterizes many aspects of a human being ranging from chromosomal difference to genital and morphologic identities. The adoption of the term was in the 20th... ? Outline Introduction Katrina Roen's Views Alice Dreger's Views...
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Jackson County Judges
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...Judith J. Gische 0.05269 4 0.00884 2 0.16774 4 10 1 Darcel D. Clark 0.03013 12 0.00288 10 0.09574 9 31 10 Total 0.62351 136 0.07267 136 1.99488... Statistics on Jackson County Judges admission: Introduction Our case study involves the Jackson County judges who try thousands of cases every year. Usually in an overwhelming most of the cases disposed, the verdict stands as rendered. However, some cases are appealed, and of those appealed, some of the cases are reversed. Using the statistics collected by Jackie Chan of The Star Tribune in his study of the cases handled by each judge over a three-year period. From his data, 182,908 cases were handled by 40 judges in common pleas court, domestic relations...
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What is feminismwhat is feminist
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...Judith Lorber or Allan Johnson Judith Lorber... Brief synopsis of the interviews The interviews were held with five people consisting of friends and family members of different ages and genders andsocial roles. Questions were asked during the interviews to get responses on what do they feel about the topic on feminism, whether they consider themselves as feminist or not and the rationale behind their viewpoint. My boyfriend, Sean Xu responded that he considers himself to be a feminist solely because he feels that women have equal rights to that of men and free from any control exerted by men in the society. Sean was logical in his response and was convincing with his body language during the interview....
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Fundamentals of Reporting
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...Judith Ackroyd of Humanities and Social Sciences, states that once they attain the status of a university, this institute will be empowered with the capability of awarding research degrees to students. She considers this as an epoch making event in the annals of the institution’s history as well as a significant landmark for the whole community of London. Currently, Regent... ?Journalism: The Fundamentals of Reporting Hard News Reporting: London, October 15, An Emerging Milestone in London’s Academic Tradition RegentCollege, London, one of the most prestigious colleges in this urban community, has announced its ambitions plans to become a university by December this year. Speaking to media persons, Dean...
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Study of Dyslexia Students in Placement Settings
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...Judith, 2005). Student life becomes extremely challenging and stressful most of the times, however, students who are dyslexic particularly are prone to stress. The challenge... ? Study of Dyslexia in placement settings Study of Dyslexia in placement settings The disability and discrimination act (department of work and pensions 2005) demand that public organisations such as universities creates the need to eliminate discrimination of disabled people through implementing policies that ensure meeting their needs and promoting equal opportunities. This is crucial to universities that deliver healthcare programmes, as they have the responsibility on disabled students in both academicals and clinical...
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