• Identity & Belonging
    a crucial impact on our sense of self. This idea is explored in great depth in Ray Lawler’s classic Australian play, “The Summer of the Seventeenth Doll”, where it is reflected how these basic external pressures help to define different characters. It is also demonstrated, however, that embedded within...
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  • Key Perspectives in Psychology
    experiments; the results are the recorded, similar to a scientific experiment. There are many different perspectives within psychology however this essay will be looking at the three main perspectives; behaviourism, psychodynamics and humanism. It will then outline different research studies from each...
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  • Nininuts
    basketball and a hoop to play with. The girl is given dolls an d doll clothes to dress them up in. Even going further, eventually the boy may play with Legos and Lincoln Logs and the girl gets a PlaySchool oven and a plastic tea set with which to play house. Sounds pretty normal right? Why? As illustrated...
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  • Barbie Doll: The Barbie Case
    of the Mattel® Brands Division, the sales of Barbie®, Mattel®'s signature doll and profit engine, which account for an estimated 25 1 to 35% 2 of Mattel®'s sales had fallen for seven straight quarters on a year-to-year basis. 3 Barbie®'s global third-quarter sales in 2005 were down 18% from the previous...
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  • The Crucible Essay
    John Miller English 3 04/27/13 2nd hr. The Crucible Literary Analysis Essay When the society is being powered by certain individuals or certain groups in their home town. For some people, it’s hard to live in that kind of life not knowing when you have neighbors, friends...
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  • Analysis of "A Doll's House"
    Metaphor Analysis | | Metaphors: Doll in a doll's house In Act 3, Nora tells Torvald that both her father and Torvald have treated her like a doll-child, with no opinions of her own, and have only played with her. Both men, she says, have committed "a great sin" against her in discouraging...
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  • A Doll's House Research Paper
    A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen, portrays a young married woman, Nora, who plays a dramatic role of deception and self-indulgence. The author creates a good understanding of a woman’s role by assuming Nora is an average housewife who does not work; her only job is to maintain the house and raise the...
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  • Far From Feminism: A Doll's House
    Marlee M. Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”: Far Beyond Feminism First performed in Denmark of 1879, “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen shocked Europe with its controversially courageous ideas. Although the play undeniably paints a sympathetic salutation to the plight of women during the 18th and 19th...
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  • Charles Waddell Chesnutt
    score), and established a successful legal stenography firm. Financially secure, he pursued his dream of a literary career and began authoring essays on social issues and publishing humorous sketches. In August 1887, at the age of twenty-nine, he published his first short story, "The Goophered Grapevine...
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  • Defining the New Male Ideal
    Many men have this idea that by a certain time they need to finish school, move away from their parents house, become financially independent, get married, and have children. Around the 1960’s this was normal but in this decade only about one third of men have this done; mainly because of their school...
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  • Summary of English
    white fences on both sides of it. At the end of the lane there is a little hill where on the top a beautiful cottage is located. She enters inside the house and finds in an old man with white hair and white beards fallen asleep. When she goes near him he wakes up and looks at her. But when she tries to speak...
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  • Street Car Named Desire Essay
    ENGLISH ESSAY In the play A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams uses his brilliant writing to bring life to his characters in the story. I will be composing a character sketch on Stanley, one of the main actors in the play. I will focus on evaluating Stanley’s ever changing character...
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  • Automobile Ads: Then and Now
    the way American society views women. The ads use body image, body language, and text to encapsulate the stereotypical women of each era; in the 50's, women needed to be controlled, but now women can be in control. The 1954 ad portrays the ideal woman of that era. This ideal was incredibly unrealistic...
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  • fulla doll
    of cultural imperialism and agency Renée Terrebonne Abstract: Fulla is a doll that can be seen as a complicated figure of both Western and Eastern iconographies. This essay aims to disentangle the complexities of a doll like Fulla by examining the historical processes that created it in the light...
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  • Miss
    the education system in the UK? Katy Mann In the UK we have many historical and philosophical factors which influence our education system. This essay will assess the key influences using historical research and some legislation that has been put in place in the UK that have brought about educational...
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  • George Bernard Shaw - Pygmalion
    ambassador´s reception. The following day, Eliza comes to Mr. Higgins´ laboratory because she desires to speak genteel English so as to become a lady in a flower shop. Pickering starts to be interested in this experiment and says he will pay for the lessons. Higgins accepts Pickering´s offer and asks...
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  • Gender in French Cinema
    French Cinema and Society – Final Paper Analyse and compare the gender dynamic in Jules et Jim and Les Valseuses. This essay will attempt to explore the idea that although both Jules et Jim and Les Valseuses explore progressive gender dynamics, ultimately their films remain grounded on traditional...
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  • East Winston: a Thriving Black Community
    SCHOOL OF URBAN MISSIONS WIINSTON-SALEM, NC COHORT      EAST WINSTON A THRIVING BLACK COMMUNITY     AN ESSAY SUBMITTED TO DR. GARY PICKENS IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR COURSE    URBAN SOCIOLOGY    BY KAREN A. CAUTHEN APRIL 20, 2011 OUTLINE I. INTRODUCTION ...
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  • Pippi Longstocking Women Studies
    have a wicked step mother she has the “wicked” social worker Ms Banister who is always trying to convince Pippi that she needs to come to the orphan house so she can be adopted by a nice mother and father. Pippi tries to tell Ms Bannister that she has a mother and a father and she can take care of herself...
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  • Gender in the Work Place
    and female infants; house visits were made to 120 infants in which bedroom decorations, types of toys and clothes were noted. It was found that boys had typical 'boy' bedrooms and vice versa. The boys also possessed toys such as sports equipment, trucks and tools whereas girl had dolls and play furniture...
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