"Romance languages" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Workplace Romance

    Workplace Romance Men always want to be a woman’s first love. Women have a more subtle instinct: What they like is to be a man’s last romance. Workplace romance exists when two members of the same organization develop a relationship with mutual attraction. Those who develop workplace romances may cause damages to morale and productivity in the workplace. Along with this‚ businesses and companies are still confused at whether or not they should interfere in the romantic relationship. If

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  • Medieval Romance

    Medieval Romance played a big role in idealizing Chivalry. It mostly focuses on the hero and his noble deeds. The story‚’’ Federigo’s Falcon‚’’ was written in the 1350’s in Florence‚ Italy by Giovanni Boccaccio. ’’Le Morte D’Arthur’’ was written in the1450’s in England by Sir Thomas Malory. Both Ferdrigo and Sir Lancelot have strong chivalric qualities and are seen as heroes in both but today chivalry is no longer existent due to the changes of our lifestyle. Medieval romance usually idealizes chivalry

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  • Office Romance

    Mireya. “Love the Job? What About Your Boss?” New York Times. Jul 24‚ 2005. Wilson‚ Rebecca J.‚ et al. “Romantic Relationships at Work: Does Privacy Trump the Dating Police?” Defense Counsel Journal. Jan 2003. Vol. 70‚ Iss 1 Tuohey‚ Jason. “Office Romances Fraught with Complications; Maturity in the Workplace a Key to their Success.” Boston Globe. Oct 15‚ 2006.

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  • Romance at Work

    Helaine Olen‚ authors of "Office Mate: The ..[->5] so Dating and romance in the workplace is an interesting topic that will cause quite a discussion among many professionals and their coworkers. In the book titled Office Mate: The Employee Handbook for Finding and Managing Romance on the Job‚ 38% of employees ages twenty- five to twenty-nine have had an office romance (Losee & Olen‚ 2007‚ p. 55). Now‚ many individuals view office romances as an unavoidable trend as a result of people working together

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  • workplace romance

    Ashley Garcia October 4‚ 2014 Workplace Romance It is natural for two people to develop strong ‚ romantic feelings towards each other especially when the two people see each other often. However‚ there are several ethical landmines afoot. A person’s moral character is defined through their experiences. An ethical dilemma I was faced with was whether or not it was ethical to date a co-worker. When considering the best way to resolve this ethical dilemma one may take into consideration if there

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  • Romance Conventions

    Conventions in movies Romance movies are often combined with other genres in order to invite a larger set of audience. The most common combination is romantic comedies‚ which are also known as chick flicks. Romance films are usually aimed at the female audience‚ however combining this genre with comedy allows some male interest‚ meaning a larger amount of viewing and a higher profit for the producers. Setting is the most important convention in romantic comedies. It can be the way of conveying

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  • Ballroom of Romance

    The Ballroom of Romance The author of “The Ballroom of Romance‚” William Trevor uses the main character‚ Bridie’s‚ third person narration to exploit a first-person point of view by using free indirect‚ which adds the effect of irony. This short story uses short lines to express to the reader the thoughts that Bridie has about romance in her life. The character Bridie is the narrator of her own story; since the story opens with her and ends with her using free indirect there are many examples

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  • Modernization of Romance Elements

    Modernization of romance elements in “Chivalry” by Neil Gaiman In Neil Gaiman’s short story “Chivalry”‚ an elderly woman finds and buys the Holy Grail in a thrift shop to use it as a decorative element in her house. At the same time‚ a knight from the Round Table is in the quest of finding this sacred object of God. This short story contains many elements of romance‚ such as the religious quest‚ love and adventure and courtly and chivalric life. By modernizing romance‚ Gaiman suggests that love

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  • Cyber- Romances- Rachel Ivancic

    Cyber-Romance Rachel Ivancic Thomas University Cyber Romances or social relationships are connections developed by two or more people involving constant communication and interaction. The majority of people‚ who are involved in online romances‚ usually end up exploring these ventures offline. The budding of these interactions are when people find new contacts after accessing the net and social network‚ cf. (Wellman & Gulia‚ 1999). New relationships that occur online are often considered

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  • Romance and Rick

    The film Casablanca was released in 1942 in the setting of Casablanca‚ Morocco. Initially‚ I expected this film to be a typical romantic wartime drama involving a man and a woman torn apart by differing political views. I also expected a very simple love story involving one dimensional characters and somewhat superficial dialog. Lastly‚ like many of the older romantic films‚ I expected a happy ending with the two main characters living happily ever after. I can safely say that this was no typical

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