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    Studs Terkel Interview

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    The interview is between a grave digger, Homer Martinez, and Studs Terkel. Terkel is very to the point in this interview. He wants to know the information that he has set out to gain. Terkel was often able to guide the information he wanted out of Mr. Martinez. Being a gravedigger is a very emotional job or at least it can be and I believe that Terkel does a very good job at getting the gravedigger to tap into that emotion and give us answers that he most likely would not. We learned that Mr. Martinez

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    Question Number Three: In his book Working, Studs Terkel interviews a prostitute named Roberta Victor. During her interview, Victor describes how she became a prostitute and the variety of people she encountered while engaging in sexual activity in exchange for money. During the middle of the interview, Victor states, “A hustler is any woman in American society. I was the kind of hustler who received money for favors granted rather than the type of hustler who signs a lifetime contract for her trick

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    Value Of Hard Work Essay

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    Hard work equals success in many people's eyes. Experiencing work with family, school, and in the workplace has shown me the importance of hard work and dedication. Along with with that, I have gained responsibility, experience, and balance. Although my experience has shown me the importance of hard work and dedication, it has also helped me distinguish the risk of how the the value of work can be taken for granted. I have not always had the right attitude towards work as a whole, but I have learned

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    In his book Working, Studs Terkel interviews a prostitute named Roberta Victor. During her interview, Victor discusses how she became a prostitute and the variety of people she encountered when performing various sexual favors. Towards the end of her interview, Victor claims that over time prostitution changed her disposition: “You become your job. I became what I did. I became a hustler. I became cold, I became hard, I became turned off, I became numb. Even when I wasn’t hustling, I was a hustler

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    Stud Terkel’s “The Good War” is a book of oral histories from World War Two that shows many different accounts and aspects of living life in World War Two or actually being on the battlefield. The interviews range from soldiers, admirals, house wives, kids, nurses and many other people in the world experiencing World War Two. There are also people who had firsthand accounts from Russia, England, France and even Japan. I believe this book of memories is a far more effective way of understanding the

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    work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Some people may take a job out of necessity rather than being passionate about their work. You have to love what you do as you spend more time working than being with loved ones. In Studs Terkel’s Working, adapted by Harvey Pekar, the reader is presented with visual adaptations of the lives of ordinary Americans that show how they feel about what they do for a living ranging from farmers, miners, barbers, box boys, and a hooker are

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    journal was to publicize the finding of a soccer related study. The study’s purpose was to “evaluate the traction characteristics of four different stud configurations on Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) 2-Star, third-generation artificial soccer turf” (Müller, Sterzing, Lance, and Milani, 2010, p.1). For this study, four different stud configurations were

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    What Is The Open Wall Construction Technology? By Julian Arhire | Submitted On May 31, 2011 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook 1 Share this article on Twitter 1 Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon 2 Share this article on Delicious 1 Share this article on Digg 1 Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Julian Arhire Open Wall construction is not limited

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    horizontally at the sub-ground prior to erection, easing positioning of studs and growing accuracy even as slicing the essential manpower. Studs are purposely made at the least doubled at openings, then following jack stud being cut to obtain the lintels and give up-nailed thru the outer studs. the pinnacle and backside plates are stop-nailed to each stud with nails at the least 3.25 in (eighty three mm) in duration (16d or sixteen penny

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    tenants looked down on me... you only spoke when they spoke to you, otherwise you didn't say nothin'." It would be a rarity in present- day society to see a Doorman, more so picturing someone of his class engaging in conversation with a guest, like Studs Terkel. As he thinks of this, it cheers him up. "Times change. Today it's different. Today is every day more liberal... More on the equal side, more friendship." Equality is one of the few positive things that have come out of America’s many changes.

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