Jeff Dunham

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  • The Satire Of Comedians Don 't Take A Good Look At Social Issues

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    character Achmed was created one year after 9/11 and debuted on September 17th, 2007, just about six years after a day the United States will never forget. Although his character is not identified as Muslim, he is referred to as the Dead Terrorist. Is Dunham trying to portray terrorists as weak people by connecting his design of the well-known puppet Achmed as a dead terrorist? Achmed was designed as a skeleton much like a halloween figure. He usually wears a turban, but in this

  • Essay on Katherine Dunham: a Woman of Many Wonders

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    Katherine Dunham was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 22, 1909 as the youngest child of Albert Millard Dunham and Fanny June (Guillaume), with an older brother, Albert Jr., as well as children from her mother’s first marriage. Her heritage included Indian, French Canadian, English, Malagasy (Madagascan) and African ancestry (Aschenbrenner 7). Dunham’s mother passed away when Katherine was only four and their father left the children with their aunt Lulu, where Katherine faced multiple instances

  • Barack Obama Validity

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    being an illegal citizen causing him to lose the campaign. Bergs believes and strongly questioned Obamas validity. Barack Hussein Obama II was born on August 4, 1961, in Hawaii. His parents, who met as students at the University of Hawaii, were Ann Dunham, a white American from Kansas, and Barack Obama, Sr., a black Kenyan studying in the United States. Obama's father left the

  • Dreams From My Father Book Report

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    The book, Dreams from My Father, is written by Barack Obama, the President of the United States.  This book is written from the past tense as President Obama discusses his lifestyle before he attended Harvard Law school.  The book starts with him describing the scenery of his New York apartment which we can assume is either while he is attending or graduated from Columbia College at Columbia University.  He describes his family's influence on his life and education.  The most influential person to

  • Dreams From My Father : A Story Of Race And Inheritance

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    and being married to a white woman from Kansas in 1960s America. Part of it also may have been a tribal calling to return home and bring back what he learned at the University of Hawaii to share it with his people. After divorcing Barack Sr., Anna Dunham met an Indonesian man named Lolo (which stood for ‘crazy’ in Hawaiian) and was remarried in 1965. The newlyweds moved to Indonesia with young Barack, and although the move exposed Barack to ‘culture shock’ to some extent, Lolo proved to be a decent

  • Dance : A Significant Aspect

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    Over the years, dance has become a very significant aspect in many live. It provides an outlet for individuals to express themselves. Dance is an artform used to “project inner thoughts and feelings into movement”. (Ambrosio, 1999) Dance performed evokes responses from the audience while providing a joyful experience for those who participate as well as those viewing. Modern dance was a new dance form introduced somewhere between the early 1800’s and 1900’s. This dance form was created as a “rebellion”

  • Communication Styles, Skills And Effectiveness

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    ITECH 5500 PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH AND COMMUNICATION COMMUNCATION ASSIGNMENT PROFESSOR: SHAMSHEER SYED PRESENTED BY: JANARDHAN KOPELLA 30132139 Table of Contents Overview: 3 Introduction: 4 Leader (Barack Obama): 4 CEO (Bill Gates): 4 Purpose: 5 Communication styles, skills and effectiveness: 5 Barack Obama: 5 Communication Style: 5 Skills: 6 Effectiveness: 6 Bill Gates: 6 Communication Style: 6 Skills: 7 Effectiveness: 7 Comparison: 7 Strengths and weaknesses: 7 Conclusion: 9

  • Dreams From My Father: A Story Of Race And Inheritance

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    Barack Obama Sr, had left him and his mother in Hawaii, when Barack was just two years old. He doesn't dwell on the tragic news, instead turning his attention to introducing his mother, Ann Dunham, his grandmother Madelyn Lee Payne, whom he calls Toot in the book, and his grandfather Stanley Armour Dunham, whom he calls Gramps. He speaks of the racism they faced as a result of Ann's relationship with Barack Sr. They had both met at Hawaii University and got married. The younger Barack was the

  • The Wiggles as a Popular Culture Essay

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    The Wiggles are a children’s music and entertainment group consisting of four members who formed in Sydney in 1991. The original members were Anthony Field, Murray Cook, Greg Page and Jeff Fatt. Before the formation of the group, Field and Fatt were members of the Australian pop band The Cockroaches with Page being a roadie, and met Cook at Macquarie University where they were studying to become pre-school teachers. Together, they formed The Wiggles. Using connections gained from The Cockroaches

  • Paradigms in The Big Lebowski Essay

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    many cases opposite traits, appeal to the American audience by embodying a portion of each viewer in the character. This method is clearly portrayed through the characters in the movie, “The Big Lebowski.” “The Big Lebowski,” is about “The Dude” (Jeff Bridges), a down-and-out, unemployed drifter who is still living in the haze of the '60s. Most of his time