• Animal Experimentation: to Support or Oppose on It?
    similarities between humans and the animals that are tested on. For example, in the animal world our closest relatives are the chimpanzees (Collins). This gives scientists special insight into human biology (Collins). Another similarity is that the genetic make-up is very close to that of humans (“Animal”)...
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  • Peter Drucker
    E P EO P L E W H O L E A D T H E M The Five Questions MOST IMPORTANT You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization Peter F. Drucker Jim Collins, Philip Kotler, James Kouzes, Judith Rodin, V. Kasturi Rangan, and Frances Hesselbein ffirs.qxd 3/10/08 4:02 PM Page viii ffirs...
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  • List of Self Help Books
    McGraw Life Strategies: Doing What Works, Doing What Matters (2000) Thomas Moore Care of the Soul (1992) Joseph Murphy The Power of Your Subconscious Mind (1963) Norman Vincent Peale The Power of Positive Thinking (1952) Carol Pearson The Hero Within (1989) M Scott Peck The Road Less Traveled (1990) Ayn...
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  • Hip Hop Annoted Bibliography
    Research Question: What are the history/cultural importance of Hip Hop? Source #1: Hill, Collins Patricia. From Black Power to Hip Hop: Racism, Nationalism, and Feminism. Philadelphia: Temple Up, 2006. Print. Patricia Hill’s l idea of writing this book was to gather different essays for each chapter...
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  • Fzdc
    SOC Chap 5 Power is a fundamental sociological concept, affecting every level of society and influencing our daily lives in countless ways. Because power pervades social life, to understand how society works we must consider its role in various social contexts. As noted political philosopher and social...
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  • Seeing More Than Black and White
    Anthology,” [edited by] Margaret L Andersen; Patricia Hill Collins, 2013, (8th Edition ed., pp. 85-90) and “Color-Blind Privilege” by Charles A. Gallagher (2003) in “Race, Class, and Gender: An Anthology,” [edited by] Margaret L Andersen; Patricia Hill Collins, 2013, (8th Edition ed., pp. 91-95). In...
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  • How to Avoid African Americans’ Invisibility in Literature
    The four books are, The Invisible Man, already mentioned; The Real Negro: (2004), by Shelly Eversley; Black Feminist Thought (1990) by Patricia Collins, and Black Writers of America, (1997) by Richard Barksdale and Keneth Kinnamon; The essay is titled, “On the Criticism of Black American...
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  • Baseball
    got into the stadium and were escorted to the fields where we were met by a rather short and old looking lad probably late 50s. “Hi, I’m Terry Collins, the manager of the New York Mets, feel free to grab a bat and a ball and play a little. Peanut will show you around” the man said as he gestured to...
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  • Ethics of Shrewdness
    "out". In the late 1990's concern for corporate social responsibility and for ethical decision making is a growing trend in our culture.[i] At the same time, Charles Colson of Prison Fellowship observes a increasing divide between secular and non secular ideas of morality. On one hand, there is an obvious...
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  • Race and Modern America
    people are to work for an end to racial injustice then we must come to understand how the psychological wages of whiteness have (mis)shaped our identity and (de)formed our consciousness. Until white people confront their internalized superiority, the dynamics of racism will be reproduced unconsciously. Becoming...
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  • School Uniforms Contreversy
    rule that students have to wear some sort of uniform. School uniforms can make or break a student, according to Marshall High School junior, Marissa Collins. Her school attempted the school uniforms, but they saw that more and more students were being made fun of, or bullied. Their uniform rule did not...
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  • Sociology Theory Glossary
    due to the amount of freedom allotted in modern society and the lack of regulation from church and state. Collective Consciousness: Defined as the body of beliefs common to a community or society that give people a sense of belonging and a feeling of moral obligation to its demands and values (AT 97)...
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  • Sociology
    religion, because religious institutions have certain functions which contribute to the survival of the social system as a whole, just as the organs of the body have functions which are necessary for the body's survival. This analogy between society and an organism focuses attention on the homeostatic nature...
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  • I Used to Love Him Analysis
    of love and sex in the quintessential break up song, ‘‘I Used to Love Him,’’ from Lauryn Hill’s multi-platinum 1998 album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Through a textual analysis that emphasizes the recurrent tropes of synecdoche and metaphor, I argue that, despite the song’s seemingly liberating and...
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  • Revision
    Exemplar A: Excellence Research topic: What’s on Amy Tan’s Mind? Research questions: ▪ What issues stand out in Amy Tan's writing? ▪ How do the narrative techniques used highlight these issues? ▪ Why does Amy Tan highlight these issues? Research Notes: The Kitchen God’s...
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  • Media
    and and constructedness setting; singleness clarity of structure in the face of large amounts of information; and in its Downey, Dara Patricia (2006) ‘Just Look At Me Now: Problems of Viewing in Film Noir”, Film-Philosophy, v. 10, n. 3, pp. 80-94. . ISSN: 1466-4615 online 80 Film-Philosophy...
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  • Chap 3 Walker
    Domination, whether of race, class, gender, sexuality or nationality, produces public and private knowledges on both sides of power relations. Patricia Hill Collins, Fighting Words (paraphrasing James C. Scott). You cannot escape the pathology of a country in which you’re born. You can resist it, you...
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  • Sociology
    founded by Durkheim at the University of Bordeaux 1895 The London School of Economics (LSE) by the Fabians 1896 The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind, Gustave Le Bon 1897 Suicide: A Study in Sociology, Emile Durkheim , demonstrating how even the most seemingly individual of facts...
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  • Charles Manson
    THE GARBAGE PEOPLE describes how Charlie adapted to this life of emptiness and violence: "He kept to himself. Though friendless, his young mind bypassed the loneliness of his surroundings. He watched, listened, pretended his imaginative resources knew no limit. And he began to steal, as...
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  • Book Report
    different languages and cultural backgrounds. It was in his adolescence that his mental health began to change. He focused on the books to keep his mind from taking over his desires which led him to be a great doctor. He furthered his sights to words and had variety of adult experiences one of which...
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