In some pockets of the United States, social conservatism threatens to erase the social progress made since the Civil ights movements of the s. There are still people in the United States that believe that homosexuality is unnatural, even immoral. The idea that heterosexual marriage is in some way superior to homosexual marriage is rooted in outmoded religious doctrine and not in positive social progress. Within these "isms" are the chasms of misunderstanding that create social strife and inequality.
Income disparity, for example, is closely linked with race as well as gender. Women still get paid less than…… [Read More]. Feminism Matrilineal History or Girls'. She has been praised for using her music and videos to raise this question and to confound the usual exploitative answers provided by 'the media'… Gaga's gonzo wigs, her outrageous costumes, and her fondness for dousing herself in what looks like blood, are supposed to complicate what are otherwise conventionally sexualized performances" but this complication does not necessarily lead to a feminist liberation Bauer Still, Gaga has been embraced by a generation of women, some who shun and some who embrace the feminist label.
But real young women, who, as has been well documented, are pressured to make themselves into boy toys at younger and younger ages, feel torn. They tell themselves a Gaga-esque story about what they're doing. American Economy s Consumer Culture. Thus, a couple -- Tom and Betsy ath -- are stuck in the middle trying to find real meaning in it. Living in suburban Connecticut, their three children are addicted to TV and show no real interest in the life around them.
Tom is the epitome of the discontented businessman, who is forced to work to pay for the new middle class suburban life.
Despite his hard work, he finds it hard to pay for his life, a staunch contrast to the free living seen in the Seven-Year Itch. Betty's acceptance of Tom's affairs, which shows the passive and supportive role of the wife in the s no matter what the husband is to do -- he is her life support, for she is a stay at home wife. In the end -- the money isn't worth the tension it causes at home. Thus, the film is a testament to…… [Read More]. Hero The Definition of Hero. Madam Eglantyne the Nun, is also an ironic charater.
She eats in a very refined manner and attempts other fine characteristics such as speaking French, although she fares poorly at this. Ironically, not all her language is pure, as she swears cosntantly by "St. Loy," a saint renowned for not swearing. Unlike the general conception of the Nun, she is very concerned with outward appearances and did not much care for human beings.
Indeed, she cared much more for her three dogs than the human beings around her. Another irony is that she has a coral trinket to fight worldly temptations, which is clearly failing badly.
A second character is the Friar, Hubert. While he is jolly, merry, and festive, his actions are nevertheless evil and cunning. He impregnates girls, for example, and marries them off. He deceived the faithful by hearing confessions for a fee, and even begged from…… [Read More].
Influential Fashion Designer of Today. In , with the help of his long-time friend Barry Schwartz, Klein took the leap and fulfilled his entrepreneurial dream "Calvin Klein". At first, the company designed women's coats, but it soon branched out into other areas.
Klein applied the simple, clean lines of his coats to women's sportswear, producing practical yet fashionable clothes. His designs gave women seeking empowerment "tailored suiting with an authoritative image without the loss of a feminine quality" "Calvin Richard Klein".
Klein produced popular scents like Obsession, Eternity, and Escape, and he transformed men's underwear from utilitarian undergarments into something clean, simple, and sexy "Calvin Klein". The clean lines and subtle colors of Klein's works rebelled against the ornate and overwrought products of the s and s. He helped to create a truly American style that was distinct from…… [Read More]. Fifties the Book the Fifties. However, the first attack on the U.
A large army of Chinese soldiers attacked the U. This forced the retreat of UN forces. Ridgway received command of all the forces serving in Korea, along with relative freedom to act as he saw fit. Although his initial aim was to undertake an offensive in Korea, he soon realized that the army was not in sufficient shape to accomplish this. Instead, General Ridgway undertook to rebuild the army. Mary Pickford United Artist's Founder.
The films Pickford brought to life as a producer later in her career were often nothing like those she starred in as an actress: For example, "in , during the independent production boom at the end of orld ar II, she organized Comet Pictures to make medium-budget films with Ralph Cohn, the son of Columbia Pictures cofounder Jack Cohn. At Comet she produced probably her finest later film, the noir hit Sleep, My Love " as well as the broad, comedic-style films My Little Chickadee with. Joe Aberdeen Pickford defended the role of independent producers in , in a speech that noted that for film to continue to remain relevant in the 20th centuries, it must be innovative and challenging, particularly given that radio and…… [Read More].
Queer Films Queerness in Gentlemen. The moment when the two fiends fight is essential in having audiences undestand what is actually going on between the two. The film appeas to follow a typical omance movie stoyline in paallel to the one that involves dugs, as this is like couple getting togethe, beaking up, and eventually getting back togethe as a esult of seveal events that ae vey impotant in making each of them ealize that the othe is special. The moment when they eunite is impessive, as Saul escues Dale fom thei pusues and influences him in saying "You saved me," only to espond with "You came back fo me.
Pineapple Expess is in geneal a unique…… [Read More]. Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Madonna has always used sexual ambiguity to create her personal style and to market herself. Madonna's exhibitionism is part of her brand image, and on camera she can be seen lying on her dead mother's grave, talking about the one love of her life Sean Penn , as well as wearing next to nothing.
This is highlighted in an argument she has with arren Beatty, who says that if it doesn't happen on camera for Madonna, it might as well not have happened at all. This is the irony of a behind-the-scenes documentary about a musical performance -- for Madonna, the creation of the performance becomes just as much a 'performance' itself.
Yet what…… [Read More]. Warhol and Duchamp Defining the. However, rather than to minimize the importance of the objects, the work of these artists asked their viewers to marvel at the complexity of the objects themselves.
The viewer takes these objects for granted everyday, not considering them the true art form that they represent. Defining the Pop Art Movement Pop art is the art of the common person, yet seldom does it appeal to the common person. Pop culture stands outside of the ordinary and views the everyday with a sense of wonder and amazement that few in the everyday world see. Both arhol and Duchamp saw the artificial nature of the world around us. However, arhol saw his art as a commodity, as much as the objects in the paintings.
Duchamp focused on his own self-expression as the sole reason for the creative act. Duchamp's art was more conceptual than…… [Read More]. Music From What a Girl. The crowds Christina draws are not all twelve-year-old girls; because the artist has earned numerous critical accolades fans come in droves to see one of the most well-respected musicians in the United States. After winning a slew of Grammy awards, Christina also captured the attention of other well-respected and well-known artists in the music industry.
She has also performed onstage with artists as prestigious as Madonna. The recognition Christina Aguilera has earned for herself make her one of the most attractive performers in the industry, but the artist is also an incredible human being. Aguilera's fame has not destroyed her spirit, proven by the way she has balanced her sexuality with her singing and her fortune with philanthropy.
Christina Aguilera has devoted performance time and…… [Read More]. Art in America There Was. Later, perhaps inevitably as a consequence of his fascination with cinema, arhol began to make films and to engage in non-static works of performance-based art "Andy arhol," PBS: In such art of the s the way in which the art was perceived was as equally important as the image of the art. Disposable and even trashy images and products could be, with the use of irony and a performance space that put the works in 'quotations,' turned into artistic works, to make a statement about American popular culture.
Not all Pop Art 'happenings' were inspired by cinema, however. For example, Claus Oldenberg created a plastic 'store' of manufactured goods, like pies, that reminded him of his childhood general store: Oldenburg's manipulation of scale and material unsettle our expectations about the…… [Read More].
Kreisman and Straus Explain the. The last three chapters deal with treatment and coping skills, which presents an emphasis on communicating with the borderline client. The first stage, Support, is a personal statement of concern about the borderline person. Empathy is an acknowledgment of the person's feelings. Finally, there is Truth, which recognizes the existence of a problem and addresses more practical issues of how to solve it. The SET system is used to defuse unstable situations.
From there, the authors provide suggestions about how to cope with certain scenarios and characteristics of the borderline patient I hate you, don't leave me review. For many borderline clients bibliotherapy may be a helpful addition to psychotherapy because it would promote active participation in the therapeutic process even when the…… [Read More].
Self-criticism I Once Heard Cornel. And the suicide of Robert X is an embodiment of that lesson. In reading about this book, in preparation for this essay, I came across a conversation the author had with John Lowe concerning the tight narrative quality of the book, and I think in commenting about it, Gaines underscores one of the book's major themes: There's nothing wasted in that book. It's totally honest and almost foreordained from the beginning, from the first page.
A great man falls, and what he's going to do when he gets up. He feels that even God had failed him. He could not even please God any more Lowe This theme, or question rather, of how does one deal with failure is an important one, on the individual level as well as on the group level. Penn State Joe Paterno. Paterno - would not have had the centralized power that he possessed. Instead of him being the lone arbiter of the team's interests and performance, he would have been controlled by the necessary third objective party that Paknis insisted should have been there to investigate each and every aspect of the team's functioning.
Paterno would have been simply an actor within a larger democratic system of individuals objectively interested in the team's good and in their ethical performance. These would have included an objective and large area of stakeholders such as citizens, groups, elected representatives, and other appropriate institutions.
In this way, Paterno would have been held in check and his mythical presence controlled by objectively elected representatives and citizens who would have taken great care to ensure that public interest, rather than personal interest, prevails. It is the leader's responsibility to enhance the team's reputation not to destroy…… [Read More]. Stutter During Childhood Human Development. While the primary cause of stuttering may be related to physiological disposition of the brain the way it handles language skills and speech patterns , environmental factors may affect the physical condition or may even play a decisive role in triggering its activation.
Psychoanalytical therapies may also help stuttering children "re-teach" the behavior of brain -- in other words, adapt to its different functioning -- and help overcome it before reaching adulthood. PLoS Biology, 2 2: Causes and treatment of stuttering in young children. SuperDuper Handy Handouts, On childhood stuttering and the theory of clinging.
Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 26 1 , Real Kennedy Shrouded in Myth and Mystery. Kennedy is usually presented as a leader who could make a difference. He is seen as a man of character who wanted equal civil rights for blacks, effectively dealt with Cuban missile crisis, was a good father and had a perfect wife. Kennedy is even touted as the man who could direct the country to more prosperity had he not died in office. But this is just a mythical image of Kennedy. The real Kennedy was shockingly less pious and anything but a good leader.
What he promised he never delivered and was consistently unfaithful to his very devoted wife. Let us start with his political undertakings. As much as we would love to believe that Kennedy was a great political leader, the truth is that he was anything but that.
President Kennedy used the political system to his advantage only…… [Read More]. Life in the 50's Compared to Today for Women.
Life for omen in the 's Compared To Life Today Life for women in the 's was certainly different from life today in many arenas including political, social, and economic, however, while women in the 's were expected to be the epitome of the domestic homemaker, today they are expected to be the epitome of the super-mom. According to Friedan, women were expected to make the beds, have dinner on the table, chauffeur the children, and as Freudian experts told them, "they could desire no greater destiny than to glory in their own femininity" Friedan This meant that only neurotic, unhappy women wanted to be writers or politicians, and that truly feminine women did not want careers, higher education or political rights -- all the things the suffragettes fought for Friedan The proportion…… [Read More].
American History The underside of affluence The period is in the early years of the twentieth century. America is now experiencing economic and political expansion as it became the model of an imperial superpower for all nations, both in the Western and Eastern regions. Economic growth spurred as a result of the industrial revolution, while political structures strengthened due to the numerous successful conquests of the Americans to colonize nations in the Asian and southern American regions.
However, despite the affluence that American society had experienced during this period, a considerable half of the American population is suffering from poverty. With the rise of urbanization, many people flocked to the cities in search of a high-paying job and steady source of income as factory workers. However, the rapid incidence of migration to the cities made them crowded with people, hence, living conditions began to deteriorate, which includes the lack of…… [Read More].
Celebrating Bird The Triumph of. At the peak of fame and fortune, Charlie Parker lost direction and his life fell apart. Giddins book doesn't focus much on the later stage of Charlie's life but it definitely manages to stand apart from other books on him with good pictures and accurate hard-to-find information. For example, it is only from this source that we learn that by the end of his life, Charlie had got tired of jazz and wanted to write orchestral scores.
His personal problems never overshadowed his numerous achievements. We should pay tribute to this man for creating new ways of making jazz music. One of his very well-known techniques was Bebop, a form so music that took the country by storm in s and was a rage among music-lovers. Charlie believed in innovation and…… [Read More].
Dark Side of Camelot by. This is important because Hoover intensely disliked John F. Kennedy, and this may partly explain it. This was a recurring pattern in Kennedy's campaign to get elected.
Although it was well-known among a number of people, only rumors made it into the media. This shows that politics, including Kennedy politics, were still quite corrupt by this election.
This at least partly explains why Castro's…… [Read More]. Critics of postmodern art dismiss it as fragmented, reactionary and shallow but few can deny that it has had a lasting impact on contemporary art of the Western world. Specific Example of Post Modern Thought: The art of Andy Warhol American painter and pop artist is the quintessential and an early example of postmodernism. Warhol's depiction of common popular symbols such as his paintings of Campbell's soup and Coca Cola cans and silkscreen prints of famous icons such as Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley not only brought the previously mundane or trivial to the level of "high art," but also combined various mediums such as painting, print making, ink drawing and even cinema to produce art that related to a mass audience rather than an elite class only.
Areas such as philosophy, religion, architecture, art, literature, and culture, among others Modernism, in arts and literature, refers to the genre emerging…… [Read More]. Suicide Has Been of Interest From the.
For philosophers, clergy and social scientists, the subject raises myriad of conceptual, theological, moral, and psychological questions, such as What makes a person's behavior suicidal? What motivates such an action? Is suicide morally permissible, or even morally required in some extraordinary circumstances? Is suicidal behavior rational? How does suicide affect those that remain? The fictional books Virgin Suicides and Norwegian Wood address some of these topics, only to find, as in real life, that each situation differs and the ones who are left must find a way to personally resolve their confusion and move on.
The definition of suicide is confusing. People have long looked at suicide in a negative fashion, although someone who dies to save others is more likely to be seen in a better light than someone who has done so to relieve mental or physical…… [Read More]. Spirit of Change A in Still Life. Identify and describe another work in your text that uses a similar approach. Cezanne's Post-Impressionist 'take' on the constructed nature of art is not the only treatment of 'the artist and his art' as a subject of painting.
The painter Courbet's more realistic portrayal of a 'painting within a painting' called The Artist's Studio shows an artist painting in a large room, surrounded by the metaphorical representations of 'influences' upon his work, over the course of the seven years it took the artist to construct the painting. A nude, beautiful woman looks over the painter's shoulder and a child and a small dog gaze up at the painting in rapt attention.
Courbet's meaning is less ambiguous than Cezanne's more humorous and deflated view of the nature of art. Cezanne's less beautiful, broken Cupid and ugly…… [Read More].
Art and Architecture and Art in a. Located in the downtown Chicago loop, the monument stands 58 feet tall, weighs tons and is constructed of Cor-Ten corrosive tensile steel. Pablo Picasso gave this massive work of art to the city of Chicago, even though he'd never been to the city, and never went during his lifetime.
The unpaid work was based on a inch-tall version Pablo crafted. It was later executed by U. Steel Corporation "Chicago Sculptures," It is reported that Pablo Picasso never named his creation nor gave an explanation as to what it represents. The 3-D piece of art looks different from every angle. People have stated that it resembles a baboon; mainly because of the close-set eyes and flaring nostrils. Also, the…… [Read More]. Political Scandals in Canada a Political Scandal.
Robocalls are previously recorded and automated phone calls to people from a computer that is programmed to call all phone numbers in a given area; usually robocalls carry a political message asking voters to behave a certain way. In this case in Canada, the fraud took place because the robocalls were not from the organization they claimed to be from. People receiving the phone calls believed the calls were from the official group, "Elections Canada" but they were not from Elections Canada.
The robocalls told voters their polling location had changed, and urged them to go to another place to vote that turned out to be a fraud. Indeed, the film's subtext or undertone is really as pronounced as the main drama, paralleling the narrative in the final race to the showdown: This paper will show how Dominik uses the underground world of organized crime to parallel and criticize the state of American politics and economics.
Arrest -Friday May 24 After continuous pleading, I realized that the officers were not going to help me, and in fact they seemed to perceive that I was mentally unbalance and were even more aggressive with me. I took it upon myself to defend my issues the only way I could -- which was to raise my voice and let the officers know I was in distress and needed help. The officers shoved me into the back seat of the patrol car, further injuring my ribs.
I was lying on my back, coughing, having difficulty breathing and still bleeding from the handcuffs. I kicked the seat and yelled that I needed to be move to a position in which I could breathe.
The female officer turned around and dropped me off with one of the male officers as the Emergency Medical Team arrives. Humor in Three Films. Humor in 3 Films Comedy has often provided the perfect vehicle for social and political commentary. Firefly, a man who is appointed to the position of Freedonia, a small country that has recently gone bankrupt Duck Soup. Firefly's appointment as leader is made as part of an agreement between undisclosed members of the country in exchange for continued financial support from Mrs.
Gloria Teasdale, a wealthy widow. At the same time, Freedonia's neighbor, Sylvania, is plotting to take…… [Read More]. Every leader uses his or her own approach to leading, and while there are similar aspects to the behaviors of most leaders, how leaders approach their strengths is played out differently. In literature like the blind man in Cathedral and in real life like the way Abraham Lincoln conducted himself in a political situation leaders provide robust examples of how to get things done and how to influence the actions of others.
This paper uses the leadership styles and behaviors of several individuals to demonstrate their qualities or, in the case of Jimmy Cross, lack of leadership qualities as they lead -- and the paper points to the integrity the individuals showed in the process of their leadership. Ups and Downs of Russian Music Throughout.
This paper will describe the music during the pre-revolutionary years, post-revolutionary years, the Stalin years, the post-Stalin years and Gorbachev's perestroika years. The years before the Russian Revolution of and the Russian revolution of are considered the pre-revolutionary years. The Russian Revolution of was an unsuccessful attempt to topple the ruling czar and it all started with the Bloody Sunday Massacre.
The Russian revolution of succeeded in overthrowing the imperial government and replacing them with the Bolsheviks. The pre-revolutionary years, in Russia, were filled with Byzantium liturgical chants, nationalistic folk songs, operas, and symphonies. In , Prince Vladimir of Kiev decided that Russian's national religion would be Byzantine Orthodoxy and that's how the Byzantium liturgical chants ended up in Russia. Magna is a plastic painting product made of permanent pigment ground in acrylic resen with solvents and plasticizer.
This material mixes with turpentine and mineral spirits and dries rapidly with a mat finish www. Painted in , this work is 85 inches in heighth and 70 inches in width, Interrelationship of Self-Perceptions, Culturally-Based Perceptions, Impressions, and their effects on Leadership Abilities Humans have the most highly organized social structure of any creature on earth.
In an attempt to ascertain our relative position in a complex social hierarchy, we constantly evaluate and re-evaluate ourselves. These opinions constitute what we think of ourselves, and gives us our self-esteem, or self-worth.
Our attitudes and beliefs regarding ourselves and others effect our ability to learn our acceptance of subordination to authority figures and our…… [Read More].
Popular Culture vs High Culture. Pop Art on Society During the fifties, America experienced tremendous growth in many aspects of society.
As a result, technological advancements led to sophisticated aspects of American life. Media and advertising became mass media and the invention of the television paved the way to a new generation of communication.
This was also an era of exploration among generations. Traditional forms of art began to experience growth and "culture" expanded into many sub-cultures. Some of the trends that surfaced were New York City turning into an "international center for painting and architecture" Davidson , mass circulation of paperback books, network television suddenly becoming the world's most powerful form of mass communication, and rock and roll becoming the language of youth Davidson The explosion of such artistic expression was greeted with optimism, but mostly with pessimism, "warning against moral decadence and spiritual decline" On one had, the "highbrow intellectuals" argued…… [Read More].
Howard Hawks, Auteur Giving Howard Hawks the label of film auteur was a bit of revisionist history initiated by the New ave Cinema of France during the late s into the 50s. Championed by directors Jean Luc Godard and Francois Truffaut, the French directors were seeking to justify their own individualism as an answer to the lifting of the quota on American Films after orld ar II, which led to a flood of big budget Hollywood films into French movie houses.
The French directors unable to compete with the flash and panache of Hollywood, pointed out that individualism made their films stronger. Said Godard, The great filmmakers always tie themselves down by complying with the rules of the game.
I have not done so because I am just a minor filmmaker. Take, for example,…… [Read More]. Value of Moral Ethics in the Life. Value of Moral Ethics in the Life of Ex-President Clinton In today's world, working in organizations means working in an environment with people from multicultural backgrounds.
If one were asked what type of organization they would like to work in, the chances are the reply will be "ethical organizations. Are they really functioning to benefit the workplace such as the government, which was constantly plagued by lawsuits of sexual harassment, especially during the terms of the Clinton administration or are they just operational in the documents where they rest for the staff to read on new employment?
In today's political world, leaders are looked up to for creating a healthy social environment that is a pre-requisite for a healthy governing environment. More over, a growing population of the working…… [Read More]. Fashion History of Fashion The history of fashion can be dated back to the development of the fashion industry in different time eras. Fashion was taken and applied in different forms depending on the situation of that era.
It has been noted that clothing from the oman and the Ancient Greek times is more dependent on the mere purpose of clothes rather than the style that was present. As it would be expected, in the olden times, clothes or fashion were merely a way of covering one's body.
People did not think about the print, style or fabric when considering what they used to cover themselves. It has been seen that up till A. D, clothing was never tight fitting nor was it loose or flowy.
The basic idea was that drapes were used so that men and women could feel protected and secure. As it would be expected, the…… [Read More]. Marilyn Monroe View Full Essay. Three Rivers Press, A short biography of world famous movie star, Marilyn. Works Cited "Christian Dior. Disney's "The Princess and the Frog": The pride, the pressure and the politics of being a first.
Journal of American Culture, 33 4 , The fifties ideal of sexuality was serious: Less flesh, more promise. New Statesman, , Bibliography National Parks Service.
Lincoln Memorial design individuals. Accessed 21 August , from http: The Art of Being Human: Works Cited Arscptt, C. Toward a new aesthetics. The evolution of allure: Art and Culture in the Eighteenth Century: University of Delaware Press. Rogert Ebert noted in his review of the film in , that "Kramer vs. Streep's portrayal of Joanna Kramer shows some very important issues of this time period such as the desire for woman to have a career and a family and the single-parent family.
Joanna Kramer has been viewed as a cold and even heartless character, which goes against a woman's societal role. Streep, off-screen, appears anything but cold as her star persona is very warm and oftentimes she is incredibly self-deprecating. Streep has become America's ideal actress and she has defied many odds in the film business as an aging actress who only recently starred as the romantic lead in "It's Complicated" at the ripe age of Eleven years after "Kramer vs.
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