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  • True Meaning Of Anzac Day
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    How are the main characters in a play constructed to represent the text's underlying values and attitudes? Answer with reference to at least one stage drama that you have seen or studied. The One Day Of The Year explores a family's relationships at the time of Anzac Day. It is the story of a son questioning the validity of Anzac Day as a true commemoration of our soldiers, while his father refuses to accept the changes in his son's attitudes, Alf's wife tries to anchor the family and Wacka, the ...
  • Cipriano's View Of Family
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    What is family? Family can be described in several ways, a group of persons of common ancestry, or by a person's perceived view of what a family actually is. Everyone has their own beliefs on what actually makes and defines a family. We will compare the views on family based on Karl Marx's "Communist manifesto" and Jose Saramago's "The Cave" to see the differences and similarities that take place, and then we will come to a general conclusion that family is a product of our environment Marx felt...
  • Upper Class Women Marriage
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    Women In China During 'The Long Eighteenth Century'; During the 18th Century women in China continued to be subordinated and subjected to men. Their status was maintained by laws, official policies, cultural traditions, as well as philosophical concepts. The Confucian ideology of 'Thrice Following'; identified to whom a women must show allegiance and loyalty as she progressed throughout her life-cycle: as a daughter she was to follow her father, as a wife she was to follow her husband, and as a ...
  • Persuasion As Anne Elliott
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    The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliott Jane Austen, it appears, seems to be saddened by the decay of England's aristocratic social order. The study of her main character, Anne Elliot, and her innocent yet intelligent-like persona take her readers further into the core of her foundation of ethics, and the relation of these to the daunting traditions of her immediate family and surrounding social circle gives the reader a fresh look at the importance of class distinction and the clearly perceptible...
  • Class Children From Rural And Urban Backgrounds
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    Barn house, Pamela, Walters and Philip J. O Conner, The Family Economy, Work, and Educational Participation in the United States, 1890-1940", American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 93, No. 5, March 1988, Pages 1116-1152. The purpose for doing this research was to determine if the economy had a direct influence on educational attendance rates of working class children. The authors argue that not enough focus was placed on the organization of the family economy and the role it played in the child's e...

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