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  • Ben Jerry's Scoop Shops
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    The Board of Directors of the Company has since 1988 formalized its basic business philosophy by adopting a three-part 'mission statement' for Ben &Jerry's. The statement includes a 'product mission,' 'to make, distribute and sell the finest quality all natural ice cream'; an 'economic mission,' 'to operate the Company on a sound financial basis... increasing value for our shareholders and creating career opportunities and financial rewards for our employees'; and a 'social mission,' 'to operate...
  • One Single Fight Between Tyler And Jerry
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    You are not your job. You are not how much you have in the bank. You are not the contents of your wallet. You are not your Khakis. You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake. In Fight club, we meet our main character that comes to us without a name. He can be referred to as, Jerry, but his name is not important. He comes to us without a name because he represents any one man of those Generation X males living in our society at present. Jerry is a thirty-year-old man employed as a recall coordi...
  • Jerry From A Hero To An Outcast
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    The Chocolate War The Chocolate War is a book written by Robert Cormier. It is about a teenaged boy named Jerry and his life as an individual at an all boys catholic school called Trinity. Every year the school sells chocolates to raise money. Every student is meant to sell fifty boxes, and they all do, except for Jerry. Jerry was forced not to sell the chocolates for 10 days by the Vigils, a school gang. At first thats what he planned to do, but as the 10 days went on, Jerry started to feel con...
  • Cormier's Purpose For Writing The Chocolate War
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    " Do I dare disturb the universe" (172). With these words Robert Cormier clearly shows his purpose for writing The Chocolate War. He writes it to give insight into the consequences of standing up for what you believe in. Through his portrayal of characters, and plot, Robert Cormier achieves his purpose. Cormier shows what happens to Jerry Renault and his protagonist Archie Costello. Through The Chocolate War Robert Cormier clearly shows his feelings towards conformity and the abuse of power. The...
  • Jerry And Emile
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    2. The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier is a book about a boy named Jerry whose Mother died and who is living with his father. Ever since his mother's death, Jerry hasn't been the same; him and his Father hardly talk. Everything is going great for Jerry at Trinity his school. He made the football team the guys admired him and this girl from the bus stop smiled him. Everything was going well until the chocolate sales came. When he was assigned an assignment from the Vigils, a group of popular boys...
  • Meeting With Jerry About The Chocolates
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    The Order of Things Disturbing the universe is one of the main themes of Robert Cormier's novel, The Chocolate War. Jerry Renault, the protagonist of the novel, goes against Trinity, the all boys school, and The Vigils, a powerful school gang. He gets admired and then bullied because of his defiance of authority. In the beginning of the story, we are introduced to Jerry Renault. As he is trying out for the school's football team, Archie and Obie, two members of The Vigils, are writing "assignmen...
  • Jerry Anna
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    Lifted Up EXT: open field, a hot-air balloon is loading up Anna Wallace (a young woman with sunglasses on) is just getting onto the balloon. Bruce the attendant tucks her money into his pocket. Don the Pilot is already aboard, doing a last-minute flight check. Jerry Brewer is pacing frantically on the grass in front of the attendant. EDITING NOTE: Get the pilot to give some tour-guide speech about the scenery, and use it in the montage scene, and edit it in wherever you see fit. BRUCE Are you co...
  • Manager Jerry
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    Too Close For Comfort In this case study, the ethical dilemma is "individual versus community". Debra Bor chert is bothered by Jerry who is a developmentally delayed. He is following her and bumping into her and making her feel uncomfortable. Debra's difficult decision is whether or not to tell the manager Jerry is bothering her, risking getting him fired, and also risking the store not hiring anymore mentally challenged kids. Jerry also might not get hired anywhere else; the job at the grocery ...
  • Name A Form Of Transportation Host
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    Mind Match Host (Kevin): Welcome back to 'Mind Match. ' After Round 1 Jerry's in the lead, he's got Timmy, Suzie, Ramon, Vanessa, and Carlo and Susan is right behind with Amy, Shelly, Tom, and Danny. So Jerry, you " re a computer programmer from Boston. How do you like Bean town? Jerry (Tom): Um, when I came on the show, I was under the impression that you could win prizes or money. Not orphaned children. Host: Oops, looks like someone didn't read the fine print. Susan, you " re a computer progr...
  • Expectancy The Employees At Ben A Jerry's
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    Ben & Jerry's Joy Gang History: The Ben & Jerry's Joy Gang was started in 1987 in response to the increasing demands upon our employees. Our first Joy activities included pizza and 15 minute massages for our manufacturing employees who were working 12 hour marathon shifts. Jerry suggested that we should try to make fun an official part of our company culture. The Joy Committee changed its name to the " Joy Gang' due to the fact that we felt the word 'committee' was too official. Mission: To infu...
  • Story Through The Tunnel Jerry
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    The phenomenon of growing up doesn t have to happen when you re 13. You don t have to be eighteen and be fully-grown up. It occurs when a person is ready to mature mentally. What does growing up mean It's not your bones growing, it's your mind changing. There are so many stages that everyone must go through to become an adult. Few people never complete those steps, I may be an adult, but I m still a minor inside. Through the Tunnel is a metaphorical story, where this mystical tunnel symbolizes t...
  • Complaints Jerry
    637 words
    Sein Language by Jerry Seinfeld is a book filled with all of Jerry's thoughts, views, and opinions on the things we do in life. The book has all of his annoyances and pet peeves. Instead of describing his life he discusses life in general in a comedic way. Some of the things he talks about are, personal maintenance, traveling, jobs and careers. He reflects on each subject with different situations and is always ready to tell a joke. Jerry feels that no matter what, we are always doing something ...
  • Jerry And Peter
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    In a crowded city such as Manhattan, it was no wonder that a man like Jerry felt lonely. He was without a friend, a mother and father, and the typical 'wife, two children, and a dog,' ; that many others had. Jerry was thrown in a world that he felt did not want him, and his human flaw of wanting to escape loneliness led to his tragic death. In Edward Albee's play, The Zoo Story, all Jerry wanted was to be heard and understood, and in the end, after sharing his life story with a complete stranger...
  • Jodas Captures Jerry And Alice
    452 words
    The Conspiracy Theory is a movie that can wake you up to a very likely and harsh reality. Main character Jerry, author and sole producer of a monthly tabloid about theories on conspiracies soon begins to remember a hidden and forgotten past. The most captivating part of Conspiracy Theory is how the character's past and present interact to contribute to the plot, and their futures. The tragic pasts of the 3 main characters help define the plot. Jerry was once a test subject for governmental exper...
  • Character Of Jerry Renault Changes
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    The Chocolate War Why would a person decide to betray the beliefs they had fought so hard for? In Robert Cormier novel The Chocolate War, the character of Jerry Renault changes drastically from a rebel to a follower in the end. The school gang known as the vigils and his moral beliefs motivates Jerry's actions. He feels he must take a stand against evil. Jerry can be considered a hero because of his beliefs. In the end however he gives in to the things he fought against and becomes a follower. T...
  • Jerrys Mother
    527 words
    CHARACTER ANALYSIS FOR THROUGH THE TUNNEL The story Through the tunnel is about a boy named Jerry and is 11 years old. In this story a Jerry goes to the beach with his mother on vacation. Jerry is a boy who would do almost anything to become a friend with someone. In this story Jerry tries to impress these foreign boys by trying to swim through a tunnel. Jerrys mother lets him do what he wants but she is aware of Jerrys need as Jerry is the same to his mother. Jerry is a calm and collected perso...
  • Relationship Between Jerry And Rod Tidwell
    850 words
    In his movie Jerry Maguire, director Cameron Crowe illustrates how failures and successes are all part of life and if you have love and are happy with your life then you will shirley succeed. It is part of life to experience failure which propels one forward to take risks and make changes to find the answers on how to succeed in lives little games. Jerry Maguire is an inspiring movie based on this theme, demonstrating success and failure with business endeavors, love relationships, friendships a...
  • Jerry Renault In The Chocolate War
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    Jerry Renault in The Chocolate War appears to be "going with the flow"-trying out for football, checking out girls-but his inner character drives him to differ. He fights to grasp his feelings and lacks self-confidence when he needs it most. As Jerry begins to unearth his inner-self, other obstacles and ideas dealing with certain emotions arise. As he progresses and reaches a level of comprehension, he grows closer to his goal-a sense of self-rule. Jerry seems to be a typical freshman, in a peri...
  • Jerry Forces Peter
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    In Edward Albee's play, The Zoo Story, Jerry tells Peter bizarre stories about people he has encountered that influence his shallow and lonely existence, to demonstrate Albee's view that society is unnecessarily consumed by indifference, unkindness, weakness, and emptiness. In an attempt to cause Peter to realize that his own life is filled with emptiness and shallowness, Jerry tells Peter about the lives of some of the people in his boarding house. He talks about the colored queen, the Puerto R...
  • Ben And Jerry's A Company
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    Extended Essay Ben and Jerry's: ethical or not? Word count: 3756 Extended essay Abstract In my extended essay I am tackling the question whether Ben and Jerry's is an Ethical company. For that it was needed to outline what Ethics in Business in the first place means. I stated what a company can do to be possibly viewed as ethical. To compare the behaviour of Ben and Jerry's with ethical norms I listed down various actions of Ben and Jerry's which can be viewed as good (ethical) or bad (unethical...

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