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“Working Class Majority” and “Nickel and Dimed”
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A comparison of the content and message contained in these books by Michael Zweig and Barbara Ehrenreich. Each of these authors targets the latter half of the 1990s to present an expose of a societal situation which they find unacceptable. Both are concerned with the definition of class in America and the societal factors which interact to define the respective classes. While Zweig approaches the problems of class in America from a statistical perspective Ehrenreich takes a slightly different approach, shedding her identity as an award-winning journalist and infiltrating blue collar America as an unskilled worker. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPworkCl.rtf

"Black Elk Speaks" and "Bread Givers": Acculturation
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A 5 page paper which discusses two forms of acculturation that appear in "Black Elk Speaks" translated by John Neihardt. These conditions are then compared to similar realities presented in "Bread Givers" by Anzia Yezierska. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAblckbrd.doc

"Cat's Cradle" - Relationship To Sociology
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4 pages in length. The most obvious meaning throughout the story is that of social control. Indeed, Vonnegut knew all along the impact his novel would have upon the world, not only for its advances in the scientifically bizarre but also in the manner in which it reached out to humanity's inherent desire for social control. How the author is so effective at interweaving such a complex yet intriguing tale of sociological impact is just part of Vonnegut's talent for delving into the obscure. His visions have been instrumental in taking audiences to places that exist only in his somewhat askew concept of reality; there is no doubt that Vonnegut's quest for the unusual became the focal point of "Cat's Cradle," incorporating into its quirkiness the very essence of social control. No additional sources cited.
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"Community" And "Aggregate"
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3 pages in length. The terms "aggregate" and "community" - while seeming to share a foundation of similarity - are actually as polar opposite as any two natural elements that repel each other; not only do these disparate groups fail to share anything but the humans who populate them, but their strikingly different structures illustrate how one is based within an underpinning of unity and identity while the other is solely focused upon desire and immediate gratification. In short, communities represent hope, spirit, wholeness, compassion, patience and self-discipline while aggregates reflect urgency, want, unadulterated appetite and self-indulgence. As the community takes into account that what happens to one also happens to the whole, an aggregate is assembled by heterogeneous people for the sole purpose of gleaning a specific goal. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCcommunagg.rtf

"Explaining Globalization" - Review And Evaluation
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3 pages in length. Attempting to escape the unending progression of the global community is akin to digging in sand: The more one tries to fight the sand's natural tendency to fall back into the hole, the more challenging it becomes to create the hole. This article illustrates how globalization has turned into a double-edged sword whereby its intent to improve global interface on a fundamental social, political and economic level has transformed into a viable and beneficial concept for only some of the global communities. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCGlobEval.rtf

"Sidewalk" By Mitchell Duneier
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6 pages in length. Mitchell Duneier, a sociologist with a rather impressive curriculum vitae to his credit, spent five years of his otherwise privileged life keeping company with drunks, derelicts, drug addicts and the homeless on the sidewalks of New York's Greenwich Village. His purpose was not to exploit the individuals whose reason for being on these streets is to drum up whatever income they can by selling books and magazines; rather, it was to learn and understand why they were there. Many of the men with whom Duneier encountered were what one might consider as victims of society, those who were – for one reason or another – unable to assimilate themselves into the social norm; others, however, did not care to be involved with the stringent expectations of social norm and chose instead to seek out their living by way of this unique entrepreneurial approach. No additional sources cited.
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"The Effects Of Television" By William Henry III
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3 pages in length. Henry's essay illustrates how television has not merely been a household fixture since its introduction in the middle of the twentieth century, but it has become as much of a conduit between man and his world than other watershed discoveries such as fire, the wheel and the alphabet. In short, both the contributions and detriment television has wrought have been a critical component of how and why the human species is what it is in the twenty-first century. No bibliography.
Filename: TLCteleeff.rtf

"The Long-Term Effects of Child Sexual Abuse by Female Perpetrators"
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A four page review of the article published in the October 2004 issue of "Journal of Interpersonal Violence" by author and researcher Myriam S. Denov. This paper outlines the findings of this study and its methodology. No additional sources are listed.
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"The Nurture Assumption" by Judith Rich Harris
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A 9 page paper which discusses aspects of Harris' book "The Nurture Assumption." The primary focus of the paper is on the effects of divorce as it relates to Harris' book. A general discussion of Harris' book is presented as well. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources.
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