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  • Events At The High School
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    Every major spectacle carries with it the potential of a new way of looking at the past and implications of a future. Usually within a brief period after the event, a consensual 'explanation' is fashioned through the news media and by the political pundits who occupy much of the space and time dedicated by the media to the event. Political pundits seated in front of the camera become part of the event, often becoming a part of the process of transforming an event in time to a spectacle. In this ...
  • Memoirs Of Journalist Andrew Graham Yooll
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    Denial as a Method of Dealing With Political Violence Allyson Runfola Latin American Civilization April 11, 2000 People chose every day, in a myriad of ways, between denial and self-knowledge. Most of the time this choice is innocuous. A parent may believe their obviously lying child rather than accept the emotional distress that comes with be lied to. The body politic may believe an unscrupulous politician rather than to get out and work for real change. Many times, however, denial may have far...
  • New Theatre The Space
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    Richard Schechner envisions a new theatre in three of his major essays, Happenings (1966), Six Axioms for Environmental Theatre (1968), and Negotiations with the Environment (1968). He does not spend time discussing his famed not not themselves ideology of the performer or ritual ecstasy; instead he discusses a new genealogical hybrid termed the new theatre by Allan Kaprow. Schechner uses the traditional theatre as a comparison and first comments in Happenings because it is unlike traditional th...
  • Smells During The Main Event
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    Descriptive When a person walks into a building to see a live wrestling event they do not know what to expect. They wonder who will be wrestling. They wonder where their seats are. All of the suspense gets them ready for the show. The suspense gets them pumped and ready to for the show to start. In the lobby they see many people standing around or buying T-shirts, hats, and other paraphanaliea of their favorite wrestling superstar. There is a smell of popcorn and other snacks in the air. It is v...
  • Whole Of The Police Force
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    How to start telling a story, which is short yet so long, happened quickly yet evolved during many years In the morning of 5th of October, 2000. only the uninformed were surprised with the course of events. Being on the defeated side from the elections (held od 24th of September) former president Slobodan Milosevic failed to understand people's democratic will and to leave office. Instead, he tried to steal the elections, first by post-posing publishing of results and later even with cancelling ...
  • Chosen High Priest
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    The Excess of Men in the Mish naic Tractate Yoma "Aaron shall lay both his hands upon the head of the live goat and confess over it all the iniquities and transgressions of the Israelites, whatever their sins, putting them on the head of the goat; and it shall be sent off to the wilderness through a designated man (Leviticus 16.20)."He who set the Azazel-goat free shall wash his clothes and bathe his body in water; after that he may reenter the camp (Leviticus 16.26)". The preceding two quotes w...
  • Symptoms Of Ptsd
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    To explain further, the first criteria is that the person was at one time exposed to a traumatic event involving actual or threatened death or injury, where the response was marked by intense fear, horror or helplessness (Pfefferbaum, The Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 92 (4), April, 1999). Firefighters, police officers, and rescue missions were subjected to situations of severe stress during and after the attacks. Many emergency response workers (police, nurses, and medics) ...
  • Three Day Events
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    WOODS 99' From Peace, Love, and Music to Rapes, Riots, and Raw Sewage On the last night of the three day event, know as Woodstock, held in Rome, New York, at Giff iss Technology Park - a decompressed Air Force base - many people have said that a riot occurred. But in reality the real riot happened's of the course of the three day event, not as a single chaotic, explosive event but as a slow-motion disintegration of the chains that might hold 225,000 people together. What happened isn't really ha...
  • Horse Eight Hours For Three Days
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    CABALGATA Do you think riding on a horse eight hours for three days is relaxing and exciting Poeple that enjoy horseback riding think so. The Cabalgata in the Northern part of Mexico is a long, exciting, and relaxing horsetrail. This horsetrail is relaxing for most people because they get off work for three days and drink with their friends. This trail is made for men only, but girls are allowed to join in with them the last day. This event doesn t have an age requirement, but most participants ...
  • Eurovision Song Contest
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    SATURDAYS HAVE become the worst nights on television with nothing worth watching but at least this week we can look forward to that annual rite, the Eurovision Song Contest. Most people might consider it terribly pass'e but you'd be surprised how many viewers do tune in anyway. The contest has changed and improved over the years, the songs might be as forgettable as ever but there is audience participation now with telephone voting in most countries instead of those anonymous juries we accused o...
  • Thinkers Of The Enlightenment
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    Every event is significant to history, if one event is taken away then many events after that time would be altered. The thinkers of the Enlightenment played a major role in American history. With their ways of thinking they caused the people of the colonies to revolt against the motherland, Great Britain. In the 18th century many great thinkers arose causing what is now known as the Age of Enlightenment. These great thinks are called philiosophes. The philiosophes believed that the government n...
  • Nietzschian Events Of The 20th Century
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    Sarah Metcalf 20th Century Final Exam 1/29/03 The Pull Between Good and Evil: Which Side Prevailed in the 20th Century? Since the beginning of time and history, there has been a constant struggle between forces that I like to think of as "good", being progressive, and "evil", being Nietzschian. Almost all of the events that have ever taken place during the course of history can feasibly be classified under one of these two categories. However, when it comes to giving away the 20th century to eit...
  • Five Statues Of Hatshepsut
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    How we see and understand things constantly alters and reforms. Time and experience allow us to develop and change our attitudes and perceptions of everything: people, events, ides, and even ourselves. Most of the time we are not overly conscious of this occurring but nonetheless, it is occurring. Indeed it is a natural process and not something that can be easily stopped or controlled. If you think about what you viewed as important in the world when you were five, ten and fifteen you will have...

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