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  • Jonas And The Giver
    405 words
    Billy The Giver By: Lois Lowry In a futurist community, where the story takes place, everyone in the town has all their decisions made for them. They only get privileges when they become a certain age and when it is time for them to get a job they are given one by a decision making committee. The people in this town don't even get to pick when they are allowed to get a bicycle and what cloths they want to wear. They can't even see color. The main character in this story is Jonas. He is almost tw...
  • Order Of The Community
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    Chaos often breeds life when order breeds habit. Henry Adams In the real world, there are many good examples of chaos: disease, political unrest and family and community dysfunction to name a few. Disease can cause chaos because at any moment there could be an outbreak of some deadly disease for which there is no cure. This would cause terror and chaos. Political unrest is very unstable because people can revolt, throw over the government and create vast war. Family and community dysfunction is ...
  • Increase In Wealth In Thull
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    Before and After Mar Dushmani "Friend by Day, Enemy by Night" shares an in depth look into the lives of the Kohistanis who live in Thull, Pakistan. The author of the text, Lincoln Keiser, goes into great depth in explaining the life of these people before and after Mar. Mar can be directly translated as "death enmity". This social relationship between the Kohistanis causes for many problems. As a general principle death enmity allows men to retaliate whenever another man wrongs them, though the ...
  • Rigoberta And Her Community
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    Throughout the beginning of her testimonial, Rigoberta Men chu defines her life and circumstances through suffering eyes. Tradition teaches her that life is about pain and hardships that must be endured. Generation after generation has accepted this lot in life, which is inevitable. She feels suffering is her peoples fate. Yet in Chapter XVI a profound movement occurs within her consciousness. She starts questioning the inevitability of suffering, wondering if it is somehow preventable. She also...
  • Group Conformity At My Peers Level
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    Conforming to Role Model Status Growing up in a small town had its benefits. Everyone knows who you are, friends and family are real close. Life is good. But, with the community being so small you have to watch what you do and say because it gets around. Your everyday life is influenced by one group: your community. Your everyday decisions are affected by your community. I was forced to conform to the status quo. Any deviation from that would result in my being shunned for life. Once I attained ...
  • Better Many Of The Deadly Diseases
    594 words
    Shannon Gilbert Gen Ed - World Civilizations Agricultural Revolution If you were to look back at ancient history and see some of the problems they encountered within their communities, and then jump forward into today, you would see that many of the same struggles they went through are much the same as today. Overpopulation, lack of natural resources, disease, and the struggle for power are some of the things that not even today we have been able to solve. Overpopulation in hunter-gatherer tribe...
  • Terrorists Would The Government
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    The importance of human life, is really relative to the person is evaluating it. It differs from person to person. To me, I value life dearly, because everything which has happened to me is pleasant so far. But to some other people, it may not have been such an enjoyable experience. And in some cases, people change their view of human life, as incidents happen which affects the way they evaluate the importance of their lives. Such as people who experienced near-death, or people who attained free...
  • My Grandmother Illness
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    I have been in a good relationship with my grandmother since my childhood. When my parents have been abroad, she has become my mother. My grandmother used to live in a small village in northwestern of Turkey until she moved to Istanbul, when she gets old. Therefore, she always had a problem about getting used to live in a city. She is quite serious and she is a kind of a woman who does not give up her strict rules. Seeing the independent war of Turkey, and living in poverty at the past, had made...
  • Feminism In Regards To Negative Nonverbal Communication
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    When discussing human communications, we view many ways to positively express oneself through verbal messages such as entertainment, education, and flirting. On the other hand, it seems there is a much larger amount of negative verbal communication presented to us in our everyday lives. For instance, sexism, racism and dis confirmation, just to name a few. Sexism is a term more widely looked at in today's world due to the fact that we have more women in high paying roles and being on top of what...

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