D. A. Pennebaker

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  • Jonathan Romney's Access All Areas

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    In the article, Access All Areas: The Real Space of Rock Documentary by Jonathan Romney, he mainly focuses on the idea of backstage or “behind the current” and how it comes into play in rock documentaries. He argues his points that the backstage of a concert is not a sacred place for celebrities on and off the screen of a rock documentary, backstage is not a real home, and rock documentaries are full of unauthentic and cliché scenes. The documentaries show the star on stage captivating the crowd

  • What Is A Documentary?

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    The following three chapters present the findings of this practice-based investigation, by interrogating the production of fourteen music documentaries I created for commercial radio between 2008 and 2013. These findings provide a narrative of discovery, which build on the first four chapters by capturing the multitude of processes involved in shaping my work as a freelance radio documentary producer. By isolating and identifying key responsibilities and technical considerations, I provide insight

  • The War Room Analysis

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    D. A. Pennebaker’s The War Room is a film about the figures behind the scenes of a political campaign. Given a subject that historically lends itself to drama and narrative tension, Pennebaker makes active choices in filming and editing to find the story within the story. The film becomes a sort of meta-art: a media narrative about the people responsible for controlling media narratives. Pennebaker approaches the film as an appreciation of fellow craftsmen, giving credit to James Carville and George

  • Emotional intelligence: The rapprochement of reason and emotion

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    The past few decades have seen increasing interest in emotion research. Although much remains to be learned, agreement is beginning to emerge regarding the way emotion should be viewed. Emotions provide a unique source of information for individuals about their environment, which informs and shapes their thoughts, actions, and subsequent feelings, and there is a growing view that emotion information can be used more or less intelligently. A notion central to emotional intelligence theory is that

  • Emotional Intelligence: the Rapprochement of Reason and Emotion

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    The past few decades have seen increasing interest in emotion research. Although much remains to be learned, agreement is beginning to emerge regarding the way emotion should be viewed. Emotions provide a unique source of information for individuals about their environment, which informs and shapes their thoughts, actions, and subsequent feelings, and there is a growing view that emotion information can be used more or less intelligently. A notion central to emotional intelligence theory is that

  • Stigmatized Identity Essay

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    Quinn, D. M., & Chaudoir, S. R. (2009). Living with a concealable stigmatized identity: The impact of anticipated stigma, centrality, salience, and cultural stigma on psychological distress and health. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97(4), 634–651. Quinn and Chaudoir studied the psychological distress and health of people living with concealable, stigmatized identities. The majority of past identity research focused on visible stigmatized identities rather than concealable ones, so

  • Prediction Of Age, Gender And Personality Traits Using Facebook Data

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    Prediction of Age, Gender and Personality Traits Using Facebook Data Manali Bhalgat Introduction In the last decade, social networks like Facebook [1] have emerged as popular medium of social interaction and information dissemination. From a social web data mining perspective, Facebook stores a wealth of data about people and their interests. As more and more users are creating their own content on Facebook, there is a growing interest to mine this data for use in personalized information access

  • The Nervous Systems Essay

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    and organs Among various types of organ systems, the nervous system is one of the most important one in human body. It is responsible for producing, controlling and guiding our thoughts and responses to the world around us according to James W. Pennebaker (2012). During embryological development, the cells that form nervous system are incredibly specialised and work complexly than the cells that form skin or other body parts. Neurosecretory cells are one of the examples of specialised nervous system

  • Talk shows are becoming increasingly popular and widespread forms of entertainment, however the

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    Although it may be difficult, discussing traumatic experiences in a narrative format allows individuals to understand the causes and ramifications of their experiences and consequently begin to overcome the trauma they have undergone (Pennebaker, 2000). Ellen, herself, shares her experiences of being discriminated against due to her sexual orientation and how she has struggled with facing both her friends and family, and the critical public following the revelation of her sexuality. Ellen’s

  • Personal Statement : Self Care

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    Abstract Self-care for counselors is an imperative part of staying healthy and is essential for maintaining the optimum body, mind, and souls well being. As counselors practice wellness and self-care it will help them balance work with other aspects of their lives, to reduce stress, and have clarity when creating goals. Self-care is about giving you the gift of wellness. In this life we only have one body and how we treat our body reflects on our overall happiness and well being, not to mention

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