The Real World

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  • The Internet : The Real World And The Internet

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    As the youth have more exposure to social media sites like instagram, facebook, twitter and snapchat divides are created between the real world and the online world. As Ehmke states, “It may have looked like a lot of aimless hanging around, but what they were doing was experimenting, trying out skills, and succeeding and failing in tons of tiny real-time interactions that kids today are missing out on.”( Ehmke) These kids are not able to distinguish between online conversations and person

  • Plato And Machvelli: Realism In The Real World

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    clarifications are based on a real world. While Plato and Aristotle are idealists and they are just thinking of how the ideal world is, they leave in an imaginary world. Machiavelli wants everything to be real and exist in the real world, while Plato and Aristotle have assumes in their imaginary worlds. “It appears to me more appropriate to follow up the real truth of a matter than imagination of it”. Machiavelli here is criticizing the way Plato is thinking of the world. He is arguing against Plato

  • Real World Colonial South : Gender Relationships

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    Real World Colonial South: Gender Relationships in the Colonial South William Byrd: plantation owner, financier, cheater and the main character in his own mind. Just like the MTV show “The Real World,” consequences are thrown out the window and extreme freedom is given. From parties, to cheating on your wife in front of her, William Byrd gives insights of what it was like to be a man in the Colonial South. In selections from William Byrd’s journals, he writes how he treated others-women, slaves

  • Imaginative Thinking : The Real World And True Living

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    Living Oprah Winfrey stated that “to be present is to be fully alive. And there is no true life without presence.” While this can be arguably true, it can also be proven wrong. There are different perspectives on what is considered to be the real world and “true living”. One must ask, what does it mean to be living in the present? Does it mean to be fully engaged in the current moment or doing what brings happiness? There are different opinions on this idea, one being that it is harmful for one

  • Essay on The Unreality of MTV's The Real World

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    The Unreality of MTV's The Real World      “This is the true story, of seven strangers, picked to live in a house, and have their lives taped, to find out what happens when people stop being polite, and start getting real”(MTV). This marks the beginning of MTV’s reality show, The Real World. The show takes 7 strangers, puts them in a trendy luxurious home, taping them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for about 4 months. The cameras capture petty arguments, late night hook ups, and pure laziness

  • Should Pokemon Go Brings People Into The Real World? Essay

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    Debate on Whether Pokémon GO Brings People Into the Real World Pokémon GO, an augmented reality digital game released in July this year, became popular among young people because it overlays the real world with itself. In order to catch Pokémons, players have to go outside their house and explore the streets and parks. Due to that, many young people spend time outdoors and talk to other players about catching Pokémons. For the room for debate section, the New York Times holds a discussion on “Does

  • The Is Not Real And The World

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    In an ideal world, people would get along and live in peace. Unfortunately, this idea is not real and the world is full of different forms of hate and discrimination. People are discriminated against based on various things like race, religion, and sex. The Transgender community faces one of the highest amounts of discrimination. This includes things like using a public restroom, going to a doctor’s office, insurance coverage, workplace, and traveling. First, utilizing public restrooms are a major

  • The Reality Of Real World

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    technology invested in virtual reality, real life is now merging with a fictional world that can be created and manipulated. Another manner in which the real world is capable of joining a manufactured world is through the usage of comic books. Real world events have been and are continuously mixed up with the lives of superheroes such as when heroes were depicted fighting against Hitler and the Nazi’s in World War II. There are two main types of representations of real world events and that is through indirect

  • Pi And The Real World

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    science and engineering. Pi has been traced back to over 1600 BC in Egypt, and today it is celebrated world – wide. Students from elementary school through college know of pi and its multiple applications. It has been used in physics, as well as in geometry. Students will even use it in trigonometry when they are doing sine waves. Students need to see how necessary pi is in mathematics and in the real world. Although it may seem pointless to some students now pi will help in numerous career fields as well

  • The Giver, And The Real World

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    When considering the similarities between Lois Lowry’s novel, The Giver, and the real world; one must consider all aspects of our domain, and history. A few similarities stand out as being predominantly controlling. The Giver, possesses several resemblances to Nazi Germany. The novel also portrays an appalling method for dealing with newborns that are less desirable. The novel also reflects on the way those who are too old are sent on a vacation to elsewhere. The novel leads one to assume that the