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  • How and Why Does the Tradition of Sex Sells Still Work?

    How and Why Does the Tradition of Sex Sells Still Work?

    How and Why Does the Tradition of Sex Sells Still Work? Joshua Prynn-Petit Bucks New University Advertising: Creative January 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1 Background of the Research 1 Problem Statement 1 Rationale 2 Aims and Objectives 3 Purpose of the Study 3 Research Questions 3 Theoretical Framework 4 Ethical Concern 5 CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW 7 What is Sex in Advertising? 7 Does Sex Sell? 7 Sexual Appeal and Advertising 8

    8 259 Mots / 34 Pages
  • How agriculture can respond to environmental issues and to the increasing of the population?

    How agriculture can respond to environmental issues and to the increasing of the population?

    How agriculture can respond to environmental issues and to the increasing of the population? “Live as though you’ll die tomorrow, but farm as though you’ll live forever”, this quote of John Marsden makes us aware of the importance of sustainability in agriculture. Agriculture is a set of practices which aims to produce food and other useful resources for societies. It is important to underline that by agriculture one takes into account at the same time

    2 055 Mots / 9 Pages
  • To what extent do you think Candide or L'Optimisme reflects Voltaire's view of the virtues of work?

    To what extent do you think Candide or L'Optimisme reflects Voltaire's view of the virtues of work?

    To what extent do you think Candide or L'Optimisme reflects Voltaire's view of the virtues of work? In 14 Voltaire wrote, "I have always looked upon work as the greatest consolation for the inseparable misfortunes of the human condition" (06/02, correspondence). To what extent do you think Candide or L’optimisme reflects Voltaire's view of the virtues of work? Virtues of work (V) * How important was work to the people during the enlightenment? * What

    1 016 Mots / 5 Pages
  • Hansi, The History of Alsace told to the little children of Alsace and France (1912)

    Hansi, The History of Alsace told to the little children of Alsace and France (1912)

    The Alsatians who had remained home, the “reconquered brothers” were allowed by those who called them by that hypocritical name to feel the weight of their brotherly affection. We were the vanquish : they took pain(?) to let us feel it. First a horde impossible innumerable had shaggy haired, rawboned beings – wearing green clothes and boots with holes in them – fell on the conquered country. Their swarming masses brought to mind the first

    271 Mots / 2 Pages
  •   Position paper for the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

      Position paper for the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

    Delegation from the United Arab Emirates Position paper for the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change The topics before the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate are; The Role of Youth in Achieving the Paris Agreement; Capacity-Building for Combating Climate Change in Developing Countries and Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change. 1.The Role of Youth in Achieving the Paris Agreement The Federal constitutional monarchy of

    1 344 Mots / 6 Pages
  • What makes the legitimacy, not to say its grandeur, of the American Constitution?

    What makes the legitimacy, not to say its grandeur, of the American Constitution?

    Maha Kobbi Tle B Question of discussion: what makes the legitimacy, not to say its grandeur, of the American Constitution? As an integrated part of the American political system, would you say it increases or reduces individual liberties? “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves

    1 912 Mots / 8 Pages
  • Lady Happy: A Symbol of Margaret Cavendish's Progressive Vision and the Duke as the Shadow of Patriarchy

    Lady Happy: A Symbol of Margaret Cavendish's Progressive Vision and the Duke as the Shadow of Patriarchy

    Lady Happy: A Symbol of Margaret Cavendish's Progressive Vision and the Duke as the Shadow of Patriarchy Margaret Cavendish created a controversial character in her play “The Convent of Pleasure”, a beautiful, young and rich woman who as her name indicates, is a happy lady who chose happiness over adhering to the social conventions of her conservative seventeenth-century society. Lady Happy, as shown in the first act, is a woman who knows what she wants,

    3 354 Mots / 14 Pages
  • How the 3 documents depict the impulse of mankind to break away from bonds and explore new territories

    How the 3 documents depict the impulse of mankind to break away from bonds and explore new territories

    Voyages, territoires et frontieres. How the 3 documents depict the impulse of mankind to break away from bonds and explore new territories Intro : Since the first times of humanity, human beings have always felt this natural need to move, to travel, to explore and break the limits of distance. Factly, at the beginning, scientist prove that the all first human on earth was nomad, it's only a lot of years later that we became

    713 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Other Side Of Truth Beverley Naidoo

    The Other Side Of Truth Beverley Naidoo

    ead the chapter and answer the following questions. A/ Summary - Fill in the blanks. (1) The book opens with the death of the _______________ of Folarin Solaja, an outspoken _________________ working for the newspaper _____________. The first scene shows how a scene of everyday life (__________ is preparing her schoolbag) can be abruptly disrupted by sudden violence. As she hears her father _____________, Sade rushes outside only to see her mother lying on the

    6 382 Mots / 26 Pages
  • The Role Of The Sahara Question In Framing Moroccan Foreign

    The Role Of The Sahara Question In Framing Moroccan Foreign

    The Sahara question has been the most important concern of the Moroccan foreign policy. The role and the impact of the Sahara issue in the Kingdom’s foreign policy have varied considerably across the range of its foreign relations. In some cases, the dispute has been a fundamental factor in the relations, while in others it has beenfar less important. I will go through the different international relations of Morocco depicting the role of the Sahara

    844 Mots / 4 Pages
  • The Study Of The Bell Curve - Civilisation Américaine

    The Study Of The Bell Curve - Civilisation Américaine

    THE STUDY OF THE BELL CURVE I - A DEBATED AFFAIR 1 - How does the press consider the authors of THE BELL CURVE ? 2 - Is the high percentage of low IQ an accurate explanation of the failure of American society ? 3 - THE BELL CURVE disturbs the political scene. II - CONSEQUENCES OF SUCH IDEAS 1 - Slavery. 2 - The « Jim Craw Law ». 3 - Quotas of immigration.

    4 156 Mots / 17 Pages
  • Organization Culture Of The FBI Via The Film "The Silence Of The Lambs"

    Organization Culture Of The FBI Via The Film "The Silence Of The Lambs"

    The main purpose of this paper is to reveal how the organizational culture of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is embedded in the dialogue between the characters of Clarice Starling and her mentor, Jack Crawford, during the first minutes of the movie the “Silence of the Lambs”. This analysis relies on the Edgar Schein's organizational culture model and the three levels of culture he identifies. According to this author “Culture is an abstraction, yet

    2 455 Mots / 10 Pages
  • Political Ideologies : Abnegation Or Fulfillment Of The State Intervention ?

    Political Ideologies : Abnegation Or Fulfillment Of The State Intervention ?

    Introduction From the communist regime in the ex-USSR to the more liberal view in The United States of America, political ideologies have evolved over time and influenced the view on the role of the state. Through time and space, the intervention of the state has varied according to the intrinsic characteristics of political ideologies. Nowadays, the term of welfare state is well known and highly valued under certain ideologies whereas other consider the state as

    1 771 Mots / 8 Pages
  • The Secret Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic

    The Secret Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic

    The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic Ok. don't panic. Don't panic. It's only a VISA bill. It's a piece of paper; a few numbers. I mean, just how scary can a few numbers be? I stare out of the office window at a bus driving down Oxford Street, willing myself to open the white envelope sitting on my cluttered desk. It's only a piece of paper, I tell myself for the thousandth time. And I'm

    646 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Lord Of The Ring

    Lord Of The Ring

    Implement the best-selling and most successful in terms of JRR Tolkien's novel The Lord of the Rings happened in the collective imagination. From being a cult in the 60s, it is now a myth. And adapting a myth to a movie is a myth of the challenge. Challenge is working with Peter Jackson Millennium dusk, surrounded by a veritable armada, an army of costumers, makeup artists, designers, machinists, architects, actors dozens, producers etc ... All

    396 Mots / 2 Pages
  • MED Radio is among the main competitors of radio mars

    MED Radio is among the main competitors of radio mars

    MED RADIO is among the main competitors of radio mars Objectives A resident on completing his/her DMRD (Radio-diagnosis) should have acquired good basic knowledge in the various sub-specialties of radiology such as Neuro-radiology, GI-radiology, Uro-radiology, Vascular- radiology, Musculoskeletal, Interventional radiology, Emergency radiology, Pediatric radiology and Mammography, and be able to _ independently conduct and interpret all routine and special radiological and imaging investigations. _ Provide radiological services in acute emergency and trauma including its medico

    556 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The end stages of a PhD

    The end stages of a PhD

    The end stages of a PhD are a very good example of the principal of 'what goes up, must come down' . The key to success is a good start! 1. Starting The bare essentials are a) Make sure that you want to do PhD – that is, a time limited piece of defined research written under advice and in a fixed format - rather than, say, write an exciting novel, save the world, impress

    549 Mots / 3 Pages
  • « Wreck of the Ole 97 train » 1943, Thomas Hart Benton

    « Wreck of the Ole 97 train » 1943, Thomas Hart Benton

    « Wreck of the Ole 97 train » 1943, Thomas Hart Benton Peintre Américain (1889-1979) Il dénonce l'industrialisation. Ses toiles représentent des scènes de la vie quotidienne Ce sont des paysans contre l'industrialisation. Violente opposition entre les couleurs. Le personnage du train est moins détaillé que ceux de la calèche. Total refus du modernisme, de l'industrialisation → RIMBAUD « Rue de Paris », temps de pluie, 1877; Gustave Caillebotte Peintre français (1848-1894) Membre du groupe

    277 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The financial crisis of 2007-2008

    The financial crisis of 2007-2008

    The financial crisis of 2007–2008, also known as the global financial crisis and 2008 financial crisis, is considered by many economists to be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s.[1][2] It resulted in the threat of total collapse of large financial institutions, the bailout of banks by national governments, and downturns in stock markets around the world. In many areas, the housing market also suffered, resulting in evictions, foreclosures and prolonged

    521 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The History Of The Body Shop

    The History Of The Body Shop

    Our History “You’ve got to be hungry – for ideas, to make things happen and to see your vision made into reality.” Dame Anita Roddick. Human Rights Activist Founder of The Body Shop The very first The Body Shop® store opens on 26th March 1976 in Brighton, on the south coast of England. By 1978 a kiosk in Brussels became the first overseas franchise, and by 1982 new shops open at the rate of two

    1 294 Mots / 6 Pages
  • The modern game of tennis

    The modern game of tennis

    Tennis is a sport usually played between two players (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles). Each player uses a racket that is strung to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt over a net and into the opponent's court. The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a good return.[1] Tennis is an Olympic sport and

    312 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The Grieving Of The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

    The Grieving Of The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

    The Grieving of The Mother "The Mother," by Gwendolyn Brooks, is about a mother who has experienced a number of abortions and now has remorse. You can feel the remorse she is going through when reading the poem. She is regretful, yet explains that she had no other choice. It is a heartfelt poem where she talks bout how she will not be able to do certain things for the children that she aborted. This

    514 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The National Culture Of France

    The National Culture Of France

    Key features of French culture a) The daily life of French The French food and wine are famous around the world. The cooking has a big place in French life, a lot of important events happen around a meal for example signing a contract or like for the family parties. In France, each event is an excuse to meet around a table! The secret recipes from Grandmother and the knowledge of wine are transmitted from

    469 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Étude du poème Ballad of the Landlord de Langston Hughes (document en anglais)

    Étude du poème Ballad of the Landlord de Langston Hughes (document en anglais)

    BALLAD OF THE LANDLORD The poem "Ballad of the Landlord" was written by Langston Hughes in the early to middle 1900's. This poem is an imaginary conversation between a black tenant and his landlord. It describes the poor living conditions of the blacks in New York's. The poem is narrated through four characters, each with its own point of view: a tenant, a landlord, the police, and the press. In the first stanza the tenant

    665 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Example Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In The Celtic Tiger

    The Example Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In The Celtic Tiger

    The pharmaceutical industry and research in the field of chemistry are now an important part of the Irish economy which did not, however, pharmaceutical tradition before. Bristol-Myers Squibb (formerly Squibb) is the first company to settle in the country, followed in 1972 by Pfizer (patent for Viagra). Today eight of the top ten laboratories worldwide have chosen to design their products in Irish land and not without reason. Elan, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott, Roche ...

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