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The representation of self in the work of Sylvia Plath
The representation of self in the work of Sylvia Plath
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...representation is such a fundamental component in the personal writings and poetry of Sylvia Plath that any form of interpretation such as feminist, psychoanalytical, or even metaphysical, cannot transpire without an allusion to the self. In this paper I would explore some of the forms of self-representation that Plath exploited in his writings, both the personal and the public texts. Thereby, clarifying and elaborating on some of the misconceptions regarding the nature of Plath’s works, particularly her poetry that demonstrates a pathological sense of the self. Sylvia Plath is indeed one of the misunderstood writers of the twentieth century and it is one... As argued by many critics, the issue of...
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Genre Impact on the Representation of Gender and Sexuality
Genre Impact on the Representation of Gender and Sexuality
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...representation of gender and/or sexuality Genre impact on the representation of gender and/or sexuality Genre has a considerable impact on the representation of gender and/or sexuality particularly in the modern films. The manner in which the media represent gender and sexuality transforms the general representation of the two. Gender and sexuality are the basic terms used to categorize human beings and are crucial in the issue of representation. The media has an impact on the people’s conception of the issue of gender. The visual media present several role models of both genders that influence people’s mind-set in the issue of sexuality. The media representation of women... ? Genre impact on the...
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Representation of Home in the Novel Wuthering Heights
Representation of Home in the Novel Wuthering Heights
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...Representation of Home in the Novel Wuthering Heights Table of Contents Introduction 3 S.O. Beeton 4 Theme of Home Represented in ‘Wuthering Heights’ 4 Representation through Contrast 6 Conclusion 8 References 9 Introduction To understand the theme of the representation of homes in the ‘Wuthering Heights’ novel it is essential to learn about ideals, beliefs and thought processes associated with house and domesticity in the Victorian era. The importance of home and domestic life in the Victorian era would definitely help to delineate and comprehend the importance of home in the ‘Wuthering Heights’ novel and the omnipresence of home and domesticity throughout the novel. ‘Wuthering Heights... ...
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Representation of Women in Charles Dickens Great expectations
Representation of Women in Charles Dickens Great expectations
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...Representation of Women in Charles Dickens Great Expectations In Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations, women are represented as stereotypically Victorian where the women are often confined to the house and raised to be the objects of men’s entertainment. The novel is set in Victorian-era England, and the representation of women throughout the story is reflected as such. Although the women are stereotypically Victorian, they are also depicted in very masculine and dominating ways as seen through the eyes of the protagonist, Pip. The women who influence Pip are not good role models for him and others around them. They have set standards for him that are...
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Union representation from the individual, organizational, and societal perspective
Union representation from the individual, organizational, and societal perspective
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...representation from the individual, organizational, and societal perspective. Unions have played a large part in American society in the twentieth century and some of the issues surrounding union representation are still controversial in the twenty first century. The main reason for such tensions is that workers, company executives, and society at large all have different perspectives on work, and they do not always share exactly the same interests. Workers tend to look mainly at their own daily working lives, and they try to maintain wages, working conditions and job security for themselves. Company owners and shareholders look to the profit of the...
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How the Concepts of Cultural Identity and Representation
How the Concepts of Cultural Identity and Representation
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...Representation Help Us Analyze and Understand Punk Music How the Concepts of Cultural Identity and Representation Help Us Analyze and Understand Punk Music An individuals identity is shaped more by experiences than by choice. The idea of a singular personality is a mythical one because everyone is, ultimately, chained to certain social determinants that affect our self – realization of personality. Even subjectivity is subject to change as social identities tend to multiply in keeping with regular interactions with different people. An individual is influenced by how he is viewed by others in the society, which stands in contrast to how he wants to view... How the Concepts of Cultural Identity and...
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The Media and its Representation of Islam and Muslim Women
The Media and its Representation of Islam and Muslim Women
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...Representation of Islam and Muslim Women In post 9/11, coverage of Islam and Islamic cultures skyrocketed in western media. From Oprah to The New Yorker and FOX news, Muslim portrayal is increasingly stereotypical and misrepresented. There are growing concerns about such representation among not only Muslim communities, schoalrs and journalists but non-Muslims who know the reality are also apprehensive about the consequences (Munro).Steven Franklin of Columbia Journalism Review attribute such portrayal as, “worn stereotypes, inaccurate references [and] less than informed sources [mean that]…Islamic nations are often portrayed in news as uniformly intolerant and anti-democratic... ?Your The Media and its...
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Analysis on Race (Black) and Representation in Media
Analysis on Race (Black) and Representation in Media
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...Representation in Media This paper seeks to analyze race (black) as it is represented in the media, using Lil Wayne’s Lollipop music video as a case example. This paper discusses the media representation of black males, which affect the public attitudes and perceptions towards them, and also the perceptions that they want the viewer to have of them. Research shows that biases and expectations are placed on black males through their representation in the videos. The mass media has become a vital shaper of opinion, changing or maintaining the public’s perceptions, especially given its significant power that enables it to shape popular attitudes and ideas. While the society... Analysis on Race (Black) and...
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Media & Cultural Analysis Gender, Representation and Advertising Images
Media & Cultural Analysis Gender, Representation and Advertising Images
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...Representation and Advertising Images Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Theoretical Understanding of Media Forms and Genres 4 Strengths and Weaknesses of Semiotics 7 Conclusion 9 References 10 11 11 Introduction Products are being marketed through communications and segmentation of the market which have affected the promotional activities. Advertisements are designed keeping in mind the gender segmentation done while launching a product. Majority of the advertisement campaigns appeal to the gender differences which play an important role as to how these campaigns will react to either the masculinity or femininity. It has been noted that males... ?Media & Cultural Analysis Gender,...
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Accountability, Representation and Control and the Euro crisis
Accountability, Representation and Control and the Euro crisis
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...REPRESENTATION, CONTROL, AND THE EURO CRISIS By Accountability, Representation, Control, and the Euro crisis Analysts and economic scholars have assessed the Euro crisis from a variety of angles including the impact of accountability, representation, and control on the creation or resolution of the crisis. Some of the common perspectives on the crisis suggest that the weaknesses in the accountability processes, compromised systems of control, and poor representation are at the core of the Euro crisis (Hopwood, 2009, p. 797). Those who hold onto this view contend that revamping the structural basis of the three features is fundamental to resolving the crisis. The banking sector... ? ACCOUNTABILITY,...
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Assess the representation of women in eighteenth-century literature
Assess the representation of women in eighteenth-century literature
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...Representation of Women in Eighteenth-Century Literature In both of these texts, although in somewhat different ways, the reader is able to see the effects of and reactions to some of the revolutionary changes of the eighteenth century. It has even been suggested that the texts evince a feminist, or at least proto-feminist, edge. Moll Flanders, ‘Bold beautiful and brilliantly resourceful’, has been described as ‘one of the most remarkable figures in English literature’ (Lacey, p.1). Men in Moll Flanders are often weak and indecisive, while Virginia Woolf notably commented that Moll is ‘a person rather than a woman’ (p.4). We might take issue with this, but it is easy to see why the novel... ?Assess the...
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International Journalism:The Representation of China in British National Newspaper
International Journalism:The Representation of China in British National Newspaper
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...REPRESENTATION OF CHINA IN BRITISH NATIONAL NEWSPAPAERS INTRODUCTION One cannot say that British media covers news from Communist China with the same enthusiasm that it covered the Tsunami. Over concentration does not adequately focus on what is happening to the ordinary people living under communist rule in China. We also have to understand issues like: is it opening up the way it says it is? Has it been democratising the institutions really and definitely? We always ask questions with a ‘believe it or not!’ kind of air. The Guardian, with 390,000 approximate circulation, subsequent coverage, and other equally important newspapers... RESEARCH PROPOSAL INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM TOPIC: REPRESENTATION...
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The representation of violence in Michael Hanekes Films
The representation of violence in Michael Haneke's Films
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...Representation of Violence in Michael Hanekes Films Introduction Violence is a worldwide phenomenon that is among the human societies of which contains many intense actions. Violence in cinema is one of the most popular themes that make films more interesting and captivating to the audience or the viewer. They have special effects and with the continued longing of violence by the viewers, there do not seem to be the end of this in sight. It does not seem to be enough that people are often exposed to war, accidents and disasters in the daily news that they watch, furthermore, they have made it their immediate entertainment, as well. The essay will be about Michael Haneke’s Representation... ...
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Lessons from Visual Representation of War in Iraq
Lessons from Visual Representation of War in Iraq
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...Representation of War in Iraq Introduction The representations of the Iraq war have had a major role in shaping the public opinion of the invasion and occupation of United States on Iraq. Apart from the much celebrated photos of the toppling of Saddam’ s statue and united states soldiers giving candy to Iraqi children, the emergence of photos from Abu Ghraib prison revealed the atrocities that the American soldiers were perpetrating on Iraqi detainees. Previous photos from the war in Iraq had justified the invasion of Iraq by America, which viewers all over the world saw as important in curtailing Iraq, as it was becoming a threat to the United States. However, the emergence... Lessons from Visual...
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Knowledge Representation - The true value of knowledge in an organisation
Knowledge Representation - The true value of knowledge in an organisation
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...Representation - The true value of knowledge in an organization Introduction The present environment of business is found to be witnessing or rather undergoing constant alterations which is believed to threaten the sustained existence of the organizations. Therefore, organizations need to concentrate on the aspect of sharing and managing knowledge within their respective business environments with the purpose to enhance the competencies of the employees. This particularly mentioned facet is believed to facilitate the organization in attaining competitive advantages which is in turn supposed to contribute greatly towards ensuring the existence of the organizations. Learning as well... Representation -...
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Union representation from the individual, organizational, and societal perspective
Union representation from the individual, organizational, and societal perspective
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...representation from the individual, organizational, and societal perspective. Unions have played a large part in American society in the twentieth century and some of the issues surrounding union representation are still controversial in the twenty first century. The main reason for such tensions is that workers, company executives, and society at large all have different perspectives on work, and they do not always share exactly the same interests. Workers tend to look mainly at their own daily working lives, and they try to maintain wages, working conditions and job security for themselves. Company owners and shareholders look to the profit of the...
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The tensions inherent in the public representation of complex issues
The tensions inherent in the public representation of complex issues
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...Representation of Complex Issues Incident: Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Goes Missing Malaysia Airlines FlightMH370 took off from Kaula Lampur at 12.41 am to reach Beijing on the fateful night of 8th March only to lose contact with the air traffic control, within an hour of takeoff. The aircraft with 227 passengers from nearly 14 countries around the world and 12 crew members is missing till date with no confirmation about crash landing, hijack or any other mishap. After days of continuous search efforts, the Malaysian government finally declared the air craft could have drowned in the Indian Ocean. Representation of the Incident in the International Media... The Tensions Inherent In the Public...
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The representation of women in Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee
The representation of women in Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee
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...representation of women in Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee “Disgrace” is a 20th century novel published by J.M. Coetzee, a South African novelist. Thestory follows a South African professor, David Lurie, throughout a number of turbulent loss including his job and the reputation of teaching. Lurie has been divorced twice, and his disgrace comes from his sleeping with one of his students at his post as professor for English. Part of the irony of situation comes from factual that Lurie is studying Byron with his class at the time of the incident, and acknowledges that Byron himself would think the escapade particularly timid. Lurie goes to live with daughter, and all looks as though to be well... , but...
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Shahrukh Khan and Representation of Islam in His Movies
Shahrukh Khan and Representation of Islam in His Movies
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...representation of Islam in his movies Table of contents ………………………………………………………… ……………..5 2. Introduction………………………………………………………………………6 3. Islamic Fundamentalism………………………………………………………….6 4. Role of media and Islam…………………............................................................7 5. Indian cinema (Bollywood) and Islam……………………………………………8 6. Shahrukh khan and his movies…………………....................................................9 7. Shahrukh khan and impact of Islam in his movies………………………………10 7.1 Veer Zaara and underlying mechanism……………………………………………....10 7.2 Shahrukh’s contribution…………………............................................................13 7.3 Message of the film... role of media and their...
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Literary Representation of Women in the 19th Century
Literary Representation of Women in the 19th Century
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...Representation of Women in the 19th Century Undoubtedly, the role of women in the society has received more than enough airwaves from the times of our ancestors to the current contemporary society. This is because the role of women has been controversial owing to the mistreatment and subjugation that they have gone through especially during the 19th century and earlier centuries. Nevertheless, dramatic transformations over the years have seen women assume a better place and role in the society, unlike the earlier decades. Due to the magnitude of its significance in the society, several literary works dwell on the issue of the role of women in the society. For example, The Yellow Wallpaper... Literary...
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Capitalism: A Hinderance To Representation In The United States
Capitalism: A Hinderance To Representation In The United States
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...representation can only be achieved by those with the financial backing to win expensive elections. As a result, the equality of representation promised by the idea of democracy has been banished, and the vast majority of constituents are disenfranchised... Is Capitalism a Hindrance to Democracy? INTRODUCTION Democracy and capitalism are inescapably intertwined in the minds of most Americans; indeed, itis almost as if democracy could not exist without a capitalist economic system. But does that idea have merit? Must a democracy work within a capitalist mode of economic thought in order to flourish? Or is it really the case that the true value of democratic rule is hindered by the rules of capitalism? ...
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The Representation of Masculinity in Die Hard 2
The Representation of Masculinity in Die Hard 2
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...Representation of Masculinity in Die Hard 2 of 15th November McLane and Masculinity Drawingon your Mulvey and Neale readings, as well as Tasker’s discussion, analyze the representation of masculinity in one of the Die Hard films. How is the McClane character represented as a site of identification? As spectacle? The Representation of Masculinity in Die Hard 2 The dominance of masculinity over femininity is visible in many aspects of human life; it has occurred throughout history, and it is likely to continue following the presence and continued production of films depicting males, as the characters to look out for in the said films. In...
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The Impact of Sports on Politics and Cultural Representation
The Impact of Sports on Politics and Cultural Representation
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...Representation Introduction Sport is one of the forms of a game often played by adults and children, in which players take up to acquire physical skills. The popularity of a sport has continued to grow for various reasons. For instance, it is argued that sport helps check on diabetes that is caused by lack of insulin to control blood sugar levels. Studies pertaining sports reveal that gentle sports exercises enable stabilization of levels of blood sugar levels in diabetic patients (Swami, n.d.). Likewise, sports have increasingly incorporated elements of politics and nationalism, depending on the public sphere in which they represent. This can... ? Proposal: The Impact of Sports on Politics and Cultural...
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The Representation of Women in Films in the 1930s
The Representation of Women in Films in the 1930s
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...Representation of Women in Films in the 1930s Introduction The 1930s was a period of serious depression worldwide, both economic and spiritual, particularly because of the aftermath of World War I (WWI). All these depressions were the reason why people turned to the media to entertain themselves and escape from the problems of their tough daily routine, which saw the film industry experience huge growth. In the 1930s, film producers concentrated more on war and romance. These films relied on unrealistic and exaggerated portrayal of sexual relationships and romance to appeal the audience. The films positioned women on a narrative scale of patriarchal capitalism (Berry, 2000, p. 27). According...
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Representation of women in Hamlet and The Rover
Representation of women in 'Hamlet' and 'The Rover'
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...Representation of women in 'Hamlet' and 'The Rover' Representation of women in 'Hamlet' and 'The Rover' Institution Name Women played a variety of active roles in both the stories its thematic center is their faithfulness. 'Hamlet' view that women are frail because their reason gives way to passion. 'The Rover', itself was of woman creation and has leading role in the play. In 'Hamlet', we are forced to consider in a new light the oldest prejudice against women: what is it that they do with their bodies, that, in men's eyes, is less than and antithetical to what men do with their minds' As Plato put it, men in their sexual relations with women produce babies, but in their sublimated... Running Head:...
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How does the Media Influence Perception of the Female Representation
How does the Media Influence Perception of the Female Representation
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...Representation If the print and the audio-visual media had their way, a beanpole with probably a boiled egg on top would be the exemplar of female beauty! William Wordsworth may have talked of the "Phantom of Delight" without specifying its physical proportions and attributes. But if the modern media were to try to describe a beautiful woman, the description might not be far different from a "fairy of filleted flesh"! After all, with each passing day the media are driving more and more women in the West to emaciation in quest of the supposed body beautiful. Gone are the days when beauty lay in the eye... 217202 (April 7, 2008) How does the Media Influence Perception of the Female Representation If...
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Contemporary Medias Representation of Philosophies, Ideologies, and Theories
Contemporary Media's Representation of Philosophies, Ideologies, and Theories
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...representation of philosophies, ideologies and theories “You…..You complete me.” The above line should set one’s mind racing towards one of the most famous movies of recent times, which not only created excitement for its screenplay, but was also praised by people from the academia for portraying the human aspect of intelligence and psychology in a very delicate fashion. The line above comes from ‘The Dark Knight’, wherein the character of the Joker, played by Heath ledger is known to have delivered some of the most riveting dialogues ever encountered in cinema. The plot is based against the backdrop of the fictional Gotham city, which is embroiled in lawlessness. With the help... Contemporary media’s...
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Representation of the Feminine in American Feminist Cinema
Representation of the Feminine in American Feminist Cinema
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...Representation of the Feminine in American Feminist Cinema This thesis explores the development of feminism in American cinema as a way to encourage greater equality between the sexes by focusing on the evolving representation of femininity and why such is a significant achievement against the opposing efforts of a predominantly masculine establishment. Though a combination of analytical viewing of landmark cinematic works - Rebecca (1940), Desperately Seeking Susan (1981), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966), and Bridget Jones' Diary (2001) - interspersed with a critical analysis of related literature on the topic from Judith Mayne (1981), Teresa de Lauretis (1985), Jennifer... August 10, 2007...
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Representation of New Zealand masculinity in beer advertising
Representation of New Zealand masculinity in beer advertising
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...representations of masculinity in New Zealand. They draw from themes that are used for advertising beer in the western countries. They always show men at hard physical outdoor work, olden men passing on wisdom to the younger generation, and even heterosexuality. Many commercials show how man can dominate over the animal world. That is why the use of dogs, horses, sheep in all their campaigns... Beer and alcohol have played a historical role in defining the New Zealand masculinity. New Zealand culture is saturated with interest in the nature of masculinity. The tradition about New Zealand manhood was shaped by writers and media has been quick to capture and translate them into advertisements. Their ideas...
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The Crusades: its Legacy and Representation of ChristianWorldview
The Crusades: its Legacy and Representation of ChristianWorldview
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...Representation of Christian Worldview I. Thesis ment An investigation into the justification and the cause of the crusade whether it represented the Christian worldview and whether its legacy has been positively beneficial to the Western World. II. Background and objective of the Crusade In 1095, the Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comnenus I sought the help of the pope to send in help to keep the Seljuk Turks at bay. The council of the Church responded in November 1095 with a decree of using war to advance its religious fervor. The call for a crusade gained momentum with the sermon of Pope Urban the II in a religious gathering at the Clermont, France in November 27, 1095... ?The Crusades: Its Legacy and...
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International JournalismThe Representation of China in British National Newspaper
International JournalismThe Representation of China in British National Newspaper
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...REPRESENTATION OF CHINA IN BRITISH NATIONAL NEWSPAPAERS INTRODUCTION One cannot say that British media covers news from Communist China with the same enthusiasm that it covered the Tsunami. Over concentration does not adequately focus on what is happening to the ordinary people living under communist rule in China. We also have to understand issues like: is it opening up the way it says it is Has it been democratising the institutions really and definitely We always ask questions with a 'believe it or not!' kind of air. The Guardian, with 390,000 approximate circulation, subsequent coverage, and other equally important newspapers... RESEARCH PROPOSAL INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM TOPIC: REPRESENTATION...
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Representation and Stereotype of Women in Video Games
Representation and Stereotype of Women in Video Games
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...Representation and Stereotype of Women in Video Games Video games are supposed to be one of the most popular types of entertainment. The market of video games is very huge with remarkable turnover. The major target group of video games’ market is young. In video games especially boys and men are regarded as “driving force.” So basically these games are male oriented. Like novels we can find many genres in video games also. Being a male dominated market, it is always the blame on video games that they follow the usual mantra of “sex sells to boys.” It might have been the common perception of the video game making industry that men still look at the women just as a sex symbol. The portrayal... ...
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Accounting Representation
Accounting Representation
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...Table of Contents Introduction 2 Analysis 3 Sainsbury Key Financials 3 NHS Key Financials 4 Ratio Analysis 5 1 Short-term liquidity Analysis 5 1.1 Current Ratio 5 1.1.2 Liquidity Ratio 7 1.2 Capital Structure and Solvency 8 1.2.1 Capital Gearing Ratio 8 1.2.2 Solvency ratio 9 1.3 Profitability 10 Performance Analysis 13 Part 2 13 References 17 Introduction The paper analyzes Sainsbury and NHS based of their financial and accounting performances. First paper of the paper analyzes the financial performance of the two companies whereas the second part comments upon the accounting profit as a measure to the organization. This includes critical discussion on the relevance of accounting profit... of Contents...
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Stigma, Adaptation, and Recovery: a Textual Representation of Mental Illness
Stigma, Adaptation, and Recovery: a Textual Representation of Mental Illness
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...Representation of Mental Illness In Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar and theMovie A Beautiful Mind Word Count: 2750 (11 pages) I. Introduction One text and one movie were chosen in order to help discuss whether representations of mental illness in the media reflect public opinion or shape attitudes and responses. In order to do achieve the task of how mental illness is perceived in the media, critical literacy and cultural theory are woven into the fabric of analysing the main characters in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar and Ron Howard’s movie A Beautiful Mind with regard to the elements of stigma, adaptation, and recovery... in mental illness. Of course, with the advent of this writing, judgments...
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Explore the ways that Wilde presents women in A Woman of no Importance. The compare Wildes representation with Brontes representation of women in Jane Eyre
Explore the ways that Wilde presents women in 'A Woman of no Importance'. The compare Wilde's representation with Bronte's representation of women in 'Jane Eyre'
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...Representation of Women in A Woman of No Importance and Jane Eyre Introduction Oscar Wilde’s works have reflected some of the critical values in the Victorian era. Wilde led a life that fought against social unacceptance. Wilde was keen to explore attitudes and restrictions placed upon the individual by the society. He did this by exploring the societal attitudes towards women. In A Woman of No Importance, Wilde uses a short plot, but one that carries a heavy message. As many literary works from the Victorian era reveal, women did not have many choices in life. Many women living in that era realized that the society only recognized men and settled for submission to their...
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Why are Hollywood movies so popular Do you think Hollywood movies are the representation of US imperialism Or the representation of universal values
Why are Hollywood movies so popular Do you think Hollywood movies are the representation of US imperialism Or the representation of universal values
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...representation of US imperialism. Ironically, a country which pouts at globalization, the very same people then eagerly consumed its popular cultural... HOLLYWOOD MOVIES Modernization school or theory refers to the social change, development and improvement in culture, traditions and technology. There is improvement of people intellectualism in their basic lifestyles. The technology has increased significantly and this has facilitated the spread of information at a faster speed. This has been made possible by the presence of media channels such as print, broadcast and even the websites. Modernization theory is largely based on the view that to develop means to become ‘modern’ by adopting Western...
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Summary of Representation, Reality and Popular Culture: Semiotics and the Construction of Meaning by Christine Geraghty
Summary of 'Representation, Reality and Popular Culture: Semiotics and the Construction of Meaning' by Christine Geraghty
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...Representation, Reality and Popular Culture: Semiotics and the Construction of Meaning by Christine Geraghty Geraghty’s article deals withrepresentation and the construction of meaning in a variety of media texts. Her textual analysis covers visual, social and factual texts in an attempt to gauge how meaning is created, and how semiotics aid or hinder this process. At the core of Geraghty’s argument is semiotics. She considers how semiotics has allowed comprehensive analyses of mass media texts (2005, p.46) by focusing on a text in relation to the meanings, concepts or set of ideas that it communicates. In Geraghty’s first analysis the photograph of Charles and Diana is revealed... for...
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The role and representation of women in Gypsy and traveller lifestyle
The role and representation of women in Gypsy and traveller lifestyle
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...representation of Gypsy women in the media as well as the stereotypes which are presented among the media with this specific lifestyle. The research paper will use and ethnological and anthropological approach... 0 Introduction The role of gypsy women in the media is one which is continuously changing, specifically as it builds stereotypes and expectations with this group of individuals. The TV based sources are now taking different roles with the identity of Gypsy women, as seen through movies and productions such as “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding,” a five part documentary on Channel 4. These productions are continuously shown and identify the lifestyle of Gypsy women under specific pretences. These are...
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Right to representation at domestic tribunal - common law and ECHR art 6
Right to representation at domestic tribunal - common law and ECHR art 6
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...Representation at Domestic Tribunal- Common Law and Article 6 of the ECHR Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Discussion 4 III. Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 I. Introduction This paper is an evaluation and a discussion of the extent of the legal right to representation before a disciplinary or administrative body or a tribunal, as reflected in common law and Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights or the ECHR. Under Article 6 of the ECHR, all have the right to a fair and public trial in cases that are both civil and criminal in nature, “within reasonable amount of time”, and “by an independent and impartial tribunal established by law”. Moreover, for those who are charged... ? Right to...
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PARALLEL ALGORITHM FOR MULTI-DIMENSIONAL MATRIX MULTIPLICATION OPERATIONS REPRESENTATION USING KARNAUGH MAP
PARALLEL ALGORITHM FOR MULTI-DIMENSIONAL MATRIX MULTIPLICATION OPERATIONS REPRESENTATION USING KARNAUGH MAP
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...REPRESENTATION USING KARNAUGH MAP Multi-dimensional arraysare widely used in a lot of scientific studies but still some issues have been encountered regarding efficient operations of these multi-dimensional arrays. In this paper, the extended Karnaugh Map representation (EKMR) scheme has been proposed as an alternative to the traditional matrix representation (TMR) which caused the multi-dimensional array operation to be inefficient when extended to dimensions higher than two. EKMR scheme has managed to successfully optimize the performance of the multi-dimensional array operations to the nth dimension of the array... Topic:  PARALLEL ALGORITHM FOR MULTI-DIMENSIONAL MATRIX MULTIPLICATION OPERATIONS...
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The Growing Representation Gap in the United States How to Fill It
The Growing Representation Gap in the United States How to Fill It
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...Representation Gap in the United s? How to Fill It. The growing representation gap in US is a 40 years old process It started in late 1960s and have flourished in the atmosphere of weak labor laws. As a result of this under-representation, workers have suffered, resulting in cutting of benefits, reduction in the actual pay and abolition of welfare schemes.2 It was Freeman and Rogers who first coined the term representation/participation gap, to describe the “difference between the say that workers want and what they currently have.”3 The collective bargaining rights of workers were only weakly enforced in US laws and also the ongoing changes in the labor scenario worsened the situation... The Growing...
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Should governments use positive discrimination policies to increase the representation of women and ethnic minorities
Should governments use positive discrimination policies to increase the representation of women and ethnic minorities
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...Representation of Women and Ethnic Minorities POSITIVE DISCRIMINATION AND REPRESENTATIONOF WOMEN AND ETHNIC MINORITIES In majority of democratic legislatures globally, women and ethnic minorities are underrepresented. In the UK, in fact, women never crossed the 5% representation threshold until 20 years ago, which has only increased to 20% today (Rossum, 2010: p51). The figure is even smaller for ethnic minorities and, along with the minimalistic women representation; this has prompted calls for measures to address the disparity. The Labour Party in 1997 won the elections and a record number of women members entered parliament through candidate lists... that were exclusively made of women...
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An Assessment of the Need for Worker Representation in the 21st Century
An Assessment of the Need for Worker Representation in the 21st Century
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...Representation in the 21st Century This essay considers the area of worker representation and whether, because of changes in management practice that take account of the needs and views of staff, such representation is required in the 21st century. It begins by describing trade unions and providing a brief history of the reasons for their development and current status regarding membership. It moves on to give an overview of the current state of employee relations in the UK, from both the unitarist and pluralist perspectives, before considering whether workers need representation and, if so, what forms of representation are most effective for individual... ) The importance of management...
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Media representation of womens body. The change in advertising from skinny models to everyday women
Media representation of womens body. The change in advertising from skinny models to everyday women
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...representation of women changed from skinny models to everyday women in the advertising media? It plans to accomplish a rational approach to the image of women and prevent further distortion of minds of the viewers by the media. It is necessary to awaken women and target fields of social psychology, media influence on viewers about prototype women created by the media to highlight the destructive effects on health and consumerism caused due to this impact. Qualitative, quantitative... and exploratory methods will be used to process the data with reference to social, religious, ethical issues, consumer, moral and psychological behavior of women in society. The Research proposal proves vital...
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Social representation theory puts communication at the centre of social psychological thinking. Discuss
Social representation theory puts communication at the centre of social psychological thinking. Discuss
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...Representation Theory Social Representation Theory Social representation can be eluci d as a of values, beliefs, practices and ideas which are shared among members of a community or a group. Social representation was first coined by Moscovici in 1961 during his study on the circulation and reception of Psychoanalysis. They are further known as system of ideas, values and practices with a double function: the first being to establish a standard criterion which will facilitate individuals to familiarize with the social and material world hence master it. The second function is to ease communication among the members of the community by providing them with a code for naming, classifying... ...
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Do European Works Councils represent a major advance in employee representation
Do European Works Councils represent a major advance in employee representation
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...representation is, as might be expected, mixed. This paper examines the reality of the success or failure of the councils, and to what degree they have advanced the cause of worker representation. Evolution of the Directive and Worker Representation Fitzgerald (2004) points out that the EWC Directive in its final form was viewed as a watered-down version of an earlier directive in terms of employee participation, viewed with suspicion by companies and with complications occurring within the law. However, the new Directive... Introduction: History and Purpose of the European Work Councils In 1994, the Council of the European Union Council issued a Directive to establish the European Works Council (EWC)...
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The Most Pressing Ethical Issue in World Cinemas is in Every Aspect that of Representation
The Most Pressing Ethical Issue in World Cinemas is in Every Aspect that of Representation
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...Representation The Most Pressing Ethical Issue in the World Cinemas is in Every Aspect that of Representation We begin the analysis with Millers characterisation of Hollywood as an influential international organization that promotes cultural labour. It is with this idea that Galt and schoonover try to relate the Global art cinema to Global Hollywood. The global art cinema is an elastically hybrid category whereby there is a lack of strict procedures that surround the art cinema. This lack of strict measures is what makes this unique from global Hollywood. According to Galt and Schnoozer this specificity although unique... ? The Most Pressing Ethical Issue in the World Cinemas is in Every Aspect that of...
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Death in Venice by Thomas Mann or Jacobs Room by Virginia Woolf- representation of wealth/class
Death in Venice by Thomas Mann or Jacob's Room by Virginia Woolf- representation of wealth/class
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...representation of class and culture in the novel, which also relates to the Mann’s class of being an educational writer visiting countries for his personal satisfaction. The novel represents the class and wealth in many ways. The way the writer has created a great piece of literature with the discussion and explanation of some amazing scenes and expressions in the novel has made it one of the best novels of its time. There are many authors and professionals who have considered this book as a representation of their work. This novel would give many... Number] Symbolism and Polarization in ‘Death in Venice’ by Thomas Mann Death in Venice seems to be a simple and straight-forward novel about Gustav von...
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An Assessment of the Need for Worker Representation in the 21st Century
An Assessment of the Need for Worker Representation in the 21st Century
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...Representation in the 21st Century This essay considers the area of worker representation and whether, because of changes in management practice that take account of the needs and views of staff, such representation is required in the 21st century. It begins by describing trade unions and providing a brief history of the reasons for their development and current status regarding membership. It moves on to give an overview of the current state of employee relations in the UK, from both the unitarist and pluralist perspectives, before considering whether workers need representation and, if so, what forms of representation are most effective for individual... The latest ideas to involve workers...
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The Growing Representation Gap in the United States How to Fill It
The Growing Representation Gap in the United States How to Fill It
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...Representation Gap in the United s? How to Fill It. The growing representation gap in US is a 40 years old process It started in late 1960s and have flourished in the atmosphere of weak labor laws. As a result of this under-representation, workers have suffered, resulting in cutting of benefits, reduction in the actual pay and abolition of welfare schemes.2 It was Freeman and Rogers who first coined the term representation/participation gap, to describe the “difference between the say that workers want and what they currently have.”3 The collective bargaining rights of workers were only weakly enforced in US laws and also the ongoing changes in the labor scenario worsened the situation... ?The Growing...
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