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  • Label Of Generation X
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    Generation X Question: Popular culture has dubbed you and your contemporaries Generation X. Respond to this label and describe any feelings brought about by this. My main objective in writing this essay was to articulate my feelings on a topic which should matter to those of us who don't want to be percieved in such a general manner. At the same time I tried to draw comparisons to misunderstood generations of the past. I drew the analogy about algebra because it provides a strong backbone for an...
  • Scene Ten Christine Comforts Lea
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    The Loss of Trust and Identity A person's trust is something that is coveted by many and seldom gained. Stability in mind and body may often be determined on the ability of an individual to trust someone and handle their dependency. There is a prime example of this scenario in the play My Sister in This House, when the Luton sisters first interact with each other at the Danzard's. When Lea says to Christine "Tell me. You " re always keeping something from me. Tell me (10) ", it suggests that Chr...
  • Ritual Of Sex For Points
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    Rituals are activities consistently repeated to serve a significant purpose for a person or group. These rituals can be simple or complex and various groups can have rituals that revolve around the same idea, yet they are different under the surface. Sex is used as a ritual for both the Spur Posse in Stiffed and the teenagers in "The Lost Children of Rockdale County". There is dissimilarity, however, because the Spur Posse uses the ritual of sex for points, where sex is seen as a game and the yo...
  • Miles Green Of Mantissa
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    In the novels of John Fowles, the primary character is usually a thirty to forty year old male who is searching for his identity in some way. In this journey that the protagonist takes in his search for identity, he often accompanied by a female and only through his relationship with the woman can he become closer to finishing his journey for self-awareness. In The Collector, Frederick Clegg searches for his place in society and for something that will turn him into the loving prince (Ferdinand)...
  • Loss Of True Identity
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    'Ping!' ; ... the elevator doors open and he steps out. He takes off his sunglasses and places them in the pocket of his gray pinstripe suit. His black shoes match the black briefcase that he places on his cluttered desk. Checking his messages, he sits down in his office chair and turns on his computer. All around him people are buzzing. All with their own agendas and schedules. 'Kent... Wheres that story? !' ; He looks up and replies, 'Right here chief, ready for the presses. ' ; Clark Kent is ...
  • Alexander's Identity Issues
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    AP Essay prompt: Fault Lines Analysis When the average person looks upon their past, they usually recall memories and facts that categorize them into a predefined group of people. Seldom can a person not find some sense of belonging in their lives, whether it be belonging to a culture, to a nation, or to a religion. The idea of not fitting in to any social group is a surreal one to say the least. Even so, that seems to be the tragic case brought to light by Meena Alexander in her 1993 autobiogra...
  • Mask Our True Identity From Society
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    Clark Kent is a mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet newspaper. Born and raised in Smallville, Kansas; he now lives alone in an apartment in downtown Metropolis. He fits the mold of the stereotypical business man in any bustling city of commerce. With his suit, briefcase, and cellular phone, he cant blend in more thoroughly, but who am I kidding Underneath that tailored suit lies another person with a big S on his chest. Who knew that this mild-mannered reporter is faster than a speeding ...
  • Their Identity And Intentions In Society
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    Identities and How they are Formed Garrett Benni cas Soc. 1 Portfolio Synthesis From this section of the course, Sociology 1, I have learned about different philosophies and ideas about how identities are formed. The philosophies that make the most sense to me are the ideas of John Locke, Jean- Jacues Rousseau, Charles Harton Cooley and George Herburt Mead. Also the ideas focused on in my exercise have as well helped me to form an idea where identities come from and what they mean socially. John...

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