Ingrid Jonker

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  • Peta

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    PETA Kassie White-Simmons U.S. Government – POL 110 Instructor, Dr. McCue December 3, 2012 Strayer University PETA Define an interest group, with examples. The interest group that I will discuss in this paper is the one of the most well-known animal rights groups in the world; People for the ethical treatment of animals, commonly known as, PETA. Founded in March 1980 by Newkirk and fellow animal rights activist Alex Pacheco, the organization first caught the public's attention in the summer

  • Animal Case : The Silver Spring Monkey Case

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    All animals, all living things shouldn’t be treated cruelly. Most animals are defenseless and haven’t done anything wrong and we humans have the ability to treat them kindly and help those animals who are being tested on and being hunted down one by one for their fur, tusks, skin, feathers, or just as trophies, etc.  I choose the Silver Spring Monkey case because as I was reading about it and looking at pictures of the terrible conditions of them I knew that I had to write about it.  I feel very

  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Stitches '

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    Throughout the childhood of David Small, he had to face with difficult realities. These difficulties came from many sources: his family, his illness, his society, … However, David still managed to survived through. All of the struggles are depicted successfully in Stitches which are overwhelmed with silences and secrets via an interesting form of literature: comic book. The Stitches is a memoir by David Small about the life of himself since he was a child. In the first pages of the book, the silence

  • Peta And Ethics

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    The subject of my documentary film will be based on an American interest group called PETA. PETA stands for “people for the ethical treatment of animals”, it is an organization that stands against animal testing and abuse. Founded March 1980 by Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Pacheco, PETA’s motto remains to be "animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way." This interest group’s strong opposing stance on anything related to the animal usage norm or cruelty

  • Mise-En-Scene in Casablanca

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    bachelor, and Ilsa, the innocent, angelic lady. The characters posses qualities that are both acceptable, however in this particular instance it's easy to believe that the audience still is glued to Rick and isn't fooled by the angelic portrayal of Ingrid Bergman's Ilsa. In this scene the performance is based on a particular delivery and facial expressions of that of one emoting to channel tension, anger and regret.

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    “Are these the same ones from Redemption?” Chandler asked Walther. “Korrekt,” Walther replied. “Herr Martinsen,” the merchant told him, “Like the other Great Powers, their MAFV designations are named after a certain Catholic saint. For them, it’s St. Ingrid

  • Analysis Of The Film Notorious

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    Any avid Hitchcock fan has undoubtedly seen the film Notorious. Notorious tells the story of Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman) who gets recruited by government agent Devlin(Cary Grant) to infiltrate the house of known nazi supporters in the hopes of uncovering their master plan. At the end of the movie, the final shot is Alexander Sebastian(Claude Rains) walking back to his group of nazi supporters, denoting his demise is soon to follow. However, what the film doesn’t show is what will happen with

  • Notorious Film Analysis

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    The first scene of the film Notorious takes place in a Court. This opening can make the audience fall into the story immediately. The leading actress’s name is Alicia Huberman, who was represented by Ingrid Bergman. Her father is an agent, and he gets involves in some terrible issues so that he is judged in the Court. What’s worse, her father’s prison sentence leaves her skeptical of others, and Alicia is very eager to have a new companion in her life. The camera first sets on reporters which implies

  • A Discussion on Animal Rights Essay

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    A Discussion on Animal Rights "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; The Declaration of Independence holds these rights to be self evident and unalienable. In the eighteenth century when these words were written they were called natural rights, today we call them human rights" (McShea 34). The issue of whether or not to grant animal rights such as those that humans retain, is a greatly disputed issue. Philosophers, clergyman, and politicians have argued the point of animal rights for

  • Movie Analysis : ' Going Cukor '

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    Going Cukor Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer A 1944 version from John Van Druten, Walter Reisch & John L Balderston 's screen play. Featuring: Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman and a youthful Angela Lansbury Music score by B. Kaper the Polish master Plot: Paula Alquist a British singer in Italy returns back to reside in her late Aunt 's (who was also a singer like her Aunt) London abode where an unsolved tragedy struck, as a newly wed - and there her idyllic life slowly takes a minacious turn. - - - I naturally