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The Promise of Communitarianism: An Attractive Social and Political Philosophy

4 pages | 830 words

In recent years, communitarianism has been increasingly put forward as an attractive social and political philosophy. The communitarian approach to community formation emphasizes the importance of community in our lives, and the need for individuals to take responsibility for the welfare of their community. This is in contrast to the individualism that is characteristic of liberalism.

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Research Paper

Berendt’s Portrayal of Voodoo in “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”

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"Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" is a novel by John Berendt that tells the story of Jim Williams, a white socialite on trial for the murder of Danny Hansford, a black man with whom he was having an affair. The novel is set in Savannah, Georgia, and it follows Williams' trial as well as the lives of the other characters who inhabit Berendt's version of the city. These include Minerva, a black woman who practices voodoo, and Lizanne Roberts, a wealthy socialite.

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Alfred Hitchcock’s Figure in American Culture

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This essay discusses Alfred Hitchcock's figure in the American culture, based on Millington's work "Hitchcock and American Character." It analyzes Hitchcock's films and how they reflect the cultural-political climate of the 1950s.

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Orchestra Concert Report: Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Schoenberg, and Barber

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The concert featured the works of Johann Strauss II, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Arnold Schoenberg, and Samuel Barber. The first half was conducted by Andreas Delfs and featured the Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 11 by Strauss, the Rococo Variations for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 33 by Tchaikovsky, and Perpetuum mobile, Op. 257 by Strauss. The second half was conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier and featured the String Orchestra Version of Schoenberg's Chamber Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 9 and Barber's Adagio for Strings, Op. 11.

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The Different Types of Terrorism: Left-Wing, Right-Wing, and Neo-Fascist

4 pages | 830 words

This essay looks at the different types of terrorism, their motivations and methods. It compares and contrasts left-wing, right-wing and neo-fascist terrorism, and discusses the commonalities between all terrorist groups.

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Assessment Report

The Future of Employment: Trends and Potential Jobs

4 pages | 830 words

This paper explores some of the trends in future employment and discusses a few potential jobs of the future. With the increasing use of computers and artificial intelligence (AI), many jobs that have traditionally been done by human beings are now being done by machines. However, not all jobs will be replaced by machines. There will still be a need for human beings to do jobs that require creativity, empathy, and interpersonal skills. In addition, as the world becomes increasingly connected, there will be a need for people who can manage these connections and help to facilitate communication between different cultures.

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The Role of Cognitive Dissonance in Our Lives

4 pages | 830 words

This essay discusses cognitive dissonance, which is the feeling of discomfort that occurs when our beliefs, attitudes or behaviours are contradictory. It explains how cognitive dissonance can affect our lives in many ways, including influencing the way we think about ourselves, the way we behave and the decisions we make.

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The Aztec Civilization: Barbaric or Advanced?

4 pages | 830 words

This essay explores both the positive and negative aspects of the Aztec civilization in order to determine whether they were truly barbaric or not. The Aztecs were a very advanced civilization that achieved great things in art, architecture, astronomy, and mathematics; however, they did engage in human sacrifice and warfare, which has led many historians to label them as barbaric.

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Informative Essay

The effects of work-related stress on communication

4 pages | 830 words

This essay discusses the effects of work-related stress on communication. It also looks at the role of technology in communication and the importance of communication in the workplace.

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Essay

The Modernist Elements in Virginia Woolf’s Works

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This essay discusses the elements of modernism that Virginia Woolf applies in her works "A Room of One's Own", "Three Pictures" and "The Fascination of the Pool". It shows how Woolf uses techniques such as stream-of-consciousness narration and intertextuality to explore the theme of self-perception in her work.

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