There are two types of bad drivers; __________ A. speeders and unaware. B. unaware and angry. C. aggressive and unaware.
I too am not a bit tamed, I too am untranslatable, I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world. Which statement best describes how these lines reflect the general structure of the poem? Just as the poem has a loose, open structure, these lines display personal freedom. The lines reflect the difficult and impenetrable nature of certain parts of the poem. The lines evoke the aggressive tones expressed elsewhere in the poem. The lines indicate an attention to urban settings expressed elsewhere in the poem.
1) show of power: As one makes new technology, they would either want to test it out or show the other nations that what they produce is ground-breaking and the best. Usually if it is military technology, you would want to test it out, and with the use of “show of force”, can have people groups submit to your country.
2) Better technology: As technology advances, it usually makes something easier. In the case of imperialism, better military advances meant that they could (once again) have other people submit to you
3) Better transportation: This meant that you could take multiple countries at once, and can prove that you’re country is great by having supplies shipped over long distances to keep your troops up. If in need of more troops, you could send more.
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There is no definite account on what prompted the Western
Media to announce the arrival of a sexual revolution, but many modern
historians theorized that media outlets played a very big role in spreading the
information about sexual revolution and spreading new ideas that were
considered radical. Many believed that
the start of sexual revolution that caught the attention of the people,
including media perhaps was the distribution of birth control pills during
1960s and the improvement of obstetrics which helps increase the life
expectancy of women due to the reduce number of women who died due to childbearing.
Since the TV, which was a new mass communication device
during this era together with other media outlet like radio and magazine can
easily broadcast information in just a few seconds; millions of people were
able to know more about these events.
Technician is a worker trained with special skills, especially in science and engineering.
1. Agricultural technician – gathers crop or animal samples for scientific testing. (Agricultural: used for farming or relating to farming.)
2. Hydorelectric technician – Analyzes water for envinromental issues, such as drought, pollution, or erosion. (Hydroelectric – electricity produced by the energy of fast -moving water.)
3, Home appliance repairman – troubleshoots and repairs faulty machinery and equipment. (Appliance: a device, machine or piece of equipment)
4. Textile tender – operates and tends cutting machines for various textiles.
(Textile: a cloth made by hand or machine)
Set only in the South.
Disturbed and twisted characters who are outcasts.
Southern Gothic literature was a style of writing used by the American South and the stories were set in that region.
Common themes of that type of literature were about disturbed and deeply flawed characters involved in Hoodoo, grotesque situations and events related to poverty, violence, and crime.
Some of the most known authors of this style are Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote and Carson McCullers.
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Political: Creation of modern Nation State.
Economic: Spread of capitalism.
Cultural: Consumerist and individualist culture.
Political: Nowadays, there are 194 recognized Nation States in the world. All of these States have been created within the lapse of the last 250 years. But, the modern Nation States, which are political institutions that establish a sovereign political order over a population that lives in a certain territory, are Western inventions. The Nation States were created in Europe, first conceptually during the 16th century, following Machiavelli’s The Prince, and in practice during the 17th century after the Peace of Westphalia. In the last centuries, due to colonialism, this political invention was exported to the rest of the world and today almost every piece of land lies within one of these Nation States.
Economic: Capitalism is an economic order based on the usufruct of private property over capital (resources) as a form of production of goods and services. In a capitalist economy, these goods and services are exchanged by individuals and companies in a market. This system was born during the 18th century in the United Kingdom and later, jointly with industrialism, expanded throughout the world. In the classical global economy shaped by capitalism, Western countries and the developing world have assumed specific roles according to a division of labor, in which the poor non-western developing nations produce the raw materials necessary for the rich industrial countries to produce manufactured goods that later are sold in the global market.
Cultural: Nowadays, most people in the world tend to be educated and to think according to Western values. For example, people that live in countries that were European colonies speak and think in European languages as a first or second language, like English, Spanish, French, or Portuguese. Also, most people in the world increasingly tend to have individualistic behaviors and to be oriented towards a consumerist culture. These conducts were not significant for many cultures in the world in previous centuries, but today is taken as a natural behavior in most countries and it represents a hallmark of American culture. The fact that consumerism and individualism are widespread in the world is due to the influence of American (and Anglo-Saxon) culture in non-western countries, through movies, commercials, music, books, art, and economy.
The correct answer is the ego.
According to the Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud and his he psychoanalytic theory of personality, human personality is composed of three main elements known as the id, the ego, and the superego which, following his theory, work together to create human behaviors.
From Freud perspective, the personality component that tries to strike a balance between selfish drives and socially appropriate behavior is the ego. According to Freud, this component of the human personality develops from the id, which is present from birth and includes primitive behaviors. This means that the ego ensures that the impulses of the id can be expressed in an acceptable way in the real world.
Was an artistic, political and philosophical movement emerged in the last decades of the eighteenth century in Europe that lasted for much of the nineteenth century. It was characterized as a world view contrary to rationalism and the Enlightenment and sought a nationalism that would consolidate national states in Europe. The main themes were: Individualism, Subjectivism, Idealization, Exacerbated Sentimentality, Egocentrism, Nature interacting with the lyrical self, Fusion between the grotesque and the sublime, Medievalism and Byronism.
It was in the Victorian era that the novel became the main literary form in English. Most writers were now more interested in pleasing middle-class readership than their aristocratic patrons. The most notable works of the time include powerfully emotional works of the Brontë sisters; the satire Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray; the realist romances of George Eliot; and the thoughtful portraits of Anthony Trollope, of the life of the artisan and peasant class.
Charles Dickens emerged on the literary scene in 1830, confirming the trend for serial publications. Dickens wrote vividly about the life of the London poor, but in humorous style, which was acceptable to readers of all classes. His early works such as The Pickwick Papers are comedy masterpieces. Later on, his work became somber without losing his genius for caricature.
Interest in rural affairs and in the changing social and economic situation of the country appears in the novels of Thomas Hardy et al.
The modernist movement was based on the idea that the “traditional” forms of the plastic arts, literature, design, social organization and daily life became outdated and that it was essential to leave them aside and create a new culture. This finding supported the idea of reexamining every aspect of existence, from commerce to philosophy, with the aim of finding what would be the “old marks” and replacing them with new, and possibly better, forms of “progress.” In essence, the modern movement argued that the new realities of the twentieth century were permanent and eminent, and that people should adapt to their world views in order to accept that what was new was also good and beautiful. The main themes of modernist literature were: Fragmentation, Synthesis, Search for the national language, Nationalism, Irony, humor and parody, Daily life, Critical review of historical and cultural past, Subjectivism and Free Verses.
One of the provisions of the Magna Carta was the right to a trial by jury of peers (OPTION B). It was stated in Chapter 39:
“No free man is to be arrested or imprisoned, or disseised, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any other way ruined, nor will we go against him or send against him, except by the lawful judgment of his peers or by the law of the land.”
The provision aimed to enact a more fair sentence by delegating part of the king’s judicial authority to men who were peers of the person on trial.
Nowadays, the right to a trial by jury is one of the basic safeguards of freedom from arbitrary government and it’s established in most democratic governments.
The correct answer is leaning.
Learning should be continually pursued throughout life. This is how we are constantly developing as human beings. Learning can take place through continued education, reading, listening to music, talking to people, social media, going into nature, travelling, research, spending time with friends and family, having pets, having children, being in relationships, getting a job, learning new skills, everything in life is learning even watching television.