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  • Semioticistic Analysis Of The Grapus Poster

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    THE GRAPUS EXHIBITION POSTER- A SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS “We discovered semiology and it was very important to us,” - Pierre Bernard Pierre Bernard Grapus exhibition poster used many symbols to convey it’s message. This essay semiotically analyses the Grapus Poster and its communist nature. (a) The Grapus Exhibition Poster, 1982 by Pierre Bernard The Grapus exhibition poster was created by Pierre Bernard

  • Essay About Home Trip

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    Home visited completed with Mrs. McClellan, Ja’shonna and Hailey on 6/21. The worker was greeted by Mrs. McClellan at the door. Entering the home, the worker was greeted by Ja’shonna who was fixing her hair. The worker immediately noticed the frustration and look at Mrs. McClellan’s face. The worker asked Mrs. McClellan if she was okay. Mrs. McClellan asked the worker how long will the department be involved. The Worker explained to Mrs. McClellan and Ja’Shonna that it all depends on the service

  • Message from Satirical Cartoon, in the Cold Again

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    Before Russia was a named it was called the Soviet Union (short term USSR). In the flag of the Soviet Union, it contains the hammer and sickle, in the above paragraph, the hammer of sickle represent communism. Communism is a classless society in which all property is owned by the community as a whole and where all people enjoy equal social and economic status. With the collapsed USSR, now Russia belongs to

  • The Bear In America Summary

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    is brown and smells of old vodka and has a hammer and sickle shaved into its hide there are only one kind of bears that look like that russian bears in America Ronald could not have a russian bear intruding on his freedom forest. As he gets out his presidential mp-7 to dispose of this terrible excuse for an animal he hears a sound and the colors of the forest are changing from red white and blue and stars and stripes to red and yellow and hammer and sickles how could it be he doesn't travel this far

  • Essay On The Confederacy

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    If you study the history of any country, it is bound to have uncomfortable topics that the people of that country would rather not think about. This includes the United States; The US is not lacking in uncomfortable topics in its history. If you look at any part if the nation’s history there will be dark sides. However, for many people in the united states they would just rather avoid the blemishes and look at the positive’s and the people such as the founding fathers as if they were perfect. The

  • Animal Farm Essay

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    arise when the human race had been finally overthrown ”. So as one may observe, this flag was almost identical to the flag of the Soviet Union, which consisted of a plain red flag, with a hammer and sickle crossed; a red star in the upper hoist. The hammer symbolized the nation's industrial workers, while the sickle symbolized the nation's agricultural workers. The red star represented the rule of the Communist Party. http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Flag_of_the_Soviet_Union Napoleon is an aggressive

  • Fashion And Fashion Essay

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    Today, being politically correct is the norm. Whether its talking about hair or where we’re from–our gender to party costumes to ‘triggers’ in general–the PC culture has found its way into every aspect of our lives. So when we toss high fashion into the PC arena, we shouldn’t be opposed or even surprised to acknowledge how it too, is influenced by the current political climate. High fashion has been traditionally and notoriously dominated by white men in brands like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Dior, Burberry…the

  • Pathophysiology Of Diabetes Mellitus And Diabetes Essay

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    Pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellites(DM), is a deficiency of insulin action causing hyperglycemia. The majority of DM have a decreased secretion of the cells, insulin resistance, or counterregulatory hormones( McPhee & Hammer, 2010). Insulin is synthesized from the beta cells from the pancreases. Composed from A peptide and B peptide connected to C peptide and disulfide bonds. Insulin is a hormone that aids in metabolism. encourages glucose uptake and the synthesis works mainly

  • Gorbachev's Strategic Policy

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    On March 11, 1990 through December 25, 1991, an event happened that the world had been trying to cause for decades: the fall of the Soviet Union. Major steps had been taken the decade prior by Ronald Reagan that improved the US’s relationship with the USSR, even despite their frosty beginnings; after all, at the beginning of his presidency, Reagan called Konstantin Chernenko’s Soviet Union an ‘evil empire’ (Talbott 1). However, when George H.W Bush took office, he began by reevaluating his strategic

  • What Is The Primary Cause Of The Chinese Civil War

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    The Chinese Civil War, like the American Civil War that predated it, was largely centered in politics and control. The primary cause of this war was the fall of the Qing dynasty and the political vacuum that was created as a result of constant uprisings and clashing ideals. The Chinese were familiar with living under the rule of dynasties, having done so for an upwards of 2000 years. However, when the final ruler of the Qing dynasty, Sun Yatsen, sat at the helm, some believed (and even hoped) that