• Kachina Kachina Doll Mud Head
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    We believe they (Kachina Dolls) are personifications of the katrina spirits, originally created by the in their physical embodiment... .' - Alph H. SecakukuTo understand the meaning of the kachina dolls, it is necessary to understand Hopi culture, because one does not exist without the other. It has been found that the Hopi's main ancestors were the Anasazi, a group of people who at about the time of Christ came to depend on agriculture. They represent various beings, from animals to clouds. The...
  • Analysis Of Irony In A Doll's House
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    Analysis of Irony in A Dolls House All scenes of this play take place in the late 1800 s home of one of the main characters, Torvald Helmer. Written by Henrik Ibsen, A Dolls House contains many instances of irony. The main characters, Nora and Torvald, are especially involved in this. Many of the examples of irony in this play are types of dramatic irony. Dramatic irony usually refers to a situation in a play wherein a characters knowledge is limited, and he or she encounters something of greate...
  • The Harmful Effects Of Discrimination And Segregation
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    Discrimination and Segregation have both had many harmful effects on society in the past and exist when individuals are treated unfairly because of their particular race, gender, age, ethnic group, physical disability, or religion. Discrimination and segregation both poison the atmosphere of trust that we need in order to live peacefully. In the video 'Separate but Equal'; , there are many incidences to prove that racism, segregation, and discrimination all have negative effects. The three most ...
  • Mattel Barad Strategy Toys
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    1) What was Jill Barad's primary goal for Mattel in 1996? What strategy did she choose in order to pursue these goals? Answer: The primary goal of Jill Barad for Mattel was to increase earning per shares by 15% per annum compounded before the effects of any acquisitions. The following are the 4 elements of her strategies: 1. Continue with the highly profitable practice of extending the company's existing brands (e. g. she had plans to further develop a line of collectible Barbie dolls); 2. Deve...
  • Goo Goo Dolls Love World Song
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    All I ever needed to know about love, I learned form the Goo Goo Dolls. This band with songs such as "Iris", "Slide", and "Black Balloon" speak of the longing that comes with love lost for example in the song "Black Balloon" The singer talks about the fact that "A thousand other boys could never reach you, how could I have been the one." In "Iris" The speaker talks about the fact that regardless of what the world thinks, his love will continue, "you can't fight the tears that ain't coming, but I...
  • Gender Stereotypes Children Motor Skills
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    When you walk into the toy section of any store, you do not need a sign to indicate which section is the girls's ide and which section is the boys's ide. Aside from all the pink, purple, and other pastel colors that fill the shelves on the girls's ide, the glitter sticks out a lot as well. The boys' toys however are mostly dark colors - blue, black, red, gray, or dark green. The colors typically used on either side are very stereotypical in themselves. I noticed the girls' toys engaged fine mot...
  • The Bluest Eye Doll Girl Claudia
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    " The Bluest Eye Everywhere we go there are going to be stereotypes that can affect us in our daily lives. Even stereotypes from years ago are still sometimes present today. For years Caucasian blue-eyed dolls was considered the best and most perfect gift for every little girl. For this time period it was considered perfect but many girls did not have the features that the doll had. This in some cases would affect minority's, who would come to think that their features such as dark skin, and na...
  • Body Image Action Figures
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    Body Image Millions of Americans women and men have a secret obsession. They " re obsessed with how they look, who wouldnt like a flatter stomach They worry that their thighs are too flabby, their breasts are too small, their arms are too scrawny, their face is too chubby, their body build is too small any body part can become the focus of this obsession. Quite obviously, most people care about how they look. I have found that most of these insecurities are a prodigy of media: television, magazi...
  • A Dolls House Children Nora Shows
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    By: jojo Q. How does Nora's first and only interaction with her children reveal her character? Nora's only interaction with her children in the play begins on page 27 and ends on page 28. Her attitude towards her children becomes obvious from the very beginning when she calls them "sweet blessings" and "darlings." Nora thinks of her children as something sort of like a plaything, a doll maybe. Her description of their "red cheeks! -- like apples and roses" emphasizes the children's doll like app...
  • Males And Female Females Nora Emotions
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    Note: The New Websters Dictionary and Thesaurus defines Stereotype as: a rigidly conventional expression, idea, character, etc. which in plain English means, a statement made that generalizes a group based on a majority that fall into that group. In this paper Stereotypes are made about both males and females, some may be seen as a put down however, they serve no purpose to do such a thing, they only intend to be a basis on which statements about A Dolls House are made. Males and females can be ...
  • Well Made Play Techniques In A Dolls Hou
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    "Well-Made Play" Techniques in Ibsens A Dolls House Henrik Ibsens A Dolls House is a classic example of a modern realistic play. But is it a "well-made play" Eugene Scribes idea of a "well-made play" was designed to present audiences with plots which are interesting and suspenseful and characters that are easy to understand. However, when the "well-made play" criteria is strictly observed, plays lose some of their appeal due to the structural repetition. A Dolls House combines some of Scribes "w...
  • Dolls House Nora Trovald Children
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    A Dolls House – Norma's Pride Essay, A Dolls House – Norma's Pride Nora Helmer in a A Dolls House is a women ahead of her time. In order to protect her children from a false life, she inflicts tragedy upon herself by leaving every thing she has by walking away. She puts herself in this tragic situation by not being honest. Nora lies to herself and the ones she cares about. Before she leaves her life is not her own person she is carrying on life as a role. Making others happy, instead...