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    Societal Expectations

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    women feel as if they must behave in a manner that is acceptable to the public. Expectations can be seen as something that is suppose to happen. As well as societal expectations‚ which are unclear‚ and unwritten standards‚ followed by people in a specific environment. They differ for every individual depending on their environment‚ and culture. One would assume the individual would conform to their societal expectations‚ but that’s not the case. Instead the individual performance reflects the way they

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    High Expectations.

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    High expectations; harmful or helpful? Many parents want their child to be top of their class‚ make straight A’s‚ and be something to brag about at the parent teacher conferences. Having high expectations for your children helps their mind set‚ education‚ and end results. Some people think it overworks the kid or lowers their self-esteem‚ although it has been proven that children who were expected to reach their parents expectations‚ do. First of all‚ having high expectations for your kid at early

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    Disconfirmation of expectation model A customer went into a restaurant what require her driven a long distance and waited 15 minutes for a table. She expected it to be good. However‚ the restaurant was dirty‚ the table service was poor and the high-price meal was overcooked. Dissatisfaction felt by this customer because the restaurant’s service performance was not as good as what the customer expected‚ then there was a negative disconfirmation between expectations and perceptions which causes

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    Great Expectation

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    张雪 英语1004 Pip’s great expectations can be treated as a dramatic exploration of human growth and fame that distort the value of an ordinary people and make him lose his original virtues . Pip‚as a simple blacksmith’s boy ‚ intends to challenge the social boundaries . Although His dream is just to be a common blacksmith at first‚ his dream has gradually changed since he goes to Miss Havisham’s house as a company. It’s quite inevitable that people change as the environment changes. Life in Miss Havisham’s

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    Great Expectations

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    The canonical novel ‚ Great expectations by Charles Dickens sets the scene for a narrative journey into the heart of belonging as it related to literary techniques of truncated non-grammatical sentences‚ malapropism‚ animal imagery‚ and violent vocabulary‚ also the use of Gothicism throughout the novel. the opening chapter‚ introduces you to a single character‚ Phillip Pirrip‚ better known as Pip. Early in the book during the opening chapter‚ Pip the character is a child‚ and Pip the narrator focuses

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    Derick Sackos Great Expectations: Chapter 1 Questions 1. The novel is written in what point of view? – The novel is in 1st person. 2. Where does the opening scene take place? – It takes place in a churchyard. 3. What is Pip’s full name? – Pip’s full name is Philip Pirrip. 4. Where are Pip’s parents? – They are dead and buried in the churchyard. 5. With whom does Pip live? – Pip lives with his sister and her husband. 6. What does Joe Gargery do for a living? - Joe is a blacksmith

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    The evolution of a person can be complicated when one has "great expectations." In Charles Dickens’ finest novel‚ "Great Expectations‚" a young boy named Phillip Pirrup known as Pip who’s great expectations are a dramatized exploration of human growth and the pressures that distort the potential of an ordinary individual‚ especially in the process of growing up. Pip is a simple blacksmith’s boy who aspires to cross social boundaries when he realizes his own upbringing is common; however‚ he has no

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    Legitimate Expectation

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    LEGITIMATE EXPECTATION The Legal and Institutional Background The doctrine of legitimate expectation operates as a control over the exercise of discretionary powers conferred upon a public authority. The typical reason why discretionary powers are conferred upon a public authority is to ensure that they are exercised having due regard to the particular circumstances of individual cases coming before the decision-maker – ie in circumstances where Parliament was not confident at the time

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    Great Expectations

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    Great Expectations Human nature is the psychological and social qualities that characterize humankind. Human nature separates humans from the rest of the animal kingdom. The underlining theme of human nature is evident in Great Expectation by Charles Dickens use of his characters. A main characteristic that Dickens displays is friendship. The friendship between Pip and Herbert is strong. Herbert was significant to Pip’s growth in social class and eventual to his revelation. “Friendship was one

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    General Info: A story of moral redemption. The hero is an orphan raised in humble surroundings‚ in the early decades of the nineteenth century‚ comes into a fortune‚ and promptly disavows family and friends. When the fortune first loses its lustre‚ then evaporates completely‚ he confronts his own ingratitude‚ and learns to love the man who both created and destroyed him. The story is told by the hero himself‚ and the challenge Dickens faced in devising this first-person narrative was two-fold

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