Stephanie Erickson, a screenwriter, and copywriter who works in advertising wrote the book The Ways We Cheat. Stephanie was born in 1953 in San Francisco and grew up there. Stephanie’s other writings include self-help books such as Companion In the Darkness and Inner Dialogues on Grief (1993). As it appeared…
The success of any written material is dependent on the ability of its author to successfully convey information to the reader. Therefore, the reader’s ability to interpret the elements of a given text provides the metric by which efficiency of the text is adjudged. Rhetorical devices provide mediums through which…
The actions of heroes in a given piece of literature are determined by their social and cultural roles. Suffering and ecstasy high light levels that heroes must progress through. External influences do affect how heroes communicate in a given work of literature. Concepts of heroism are well described in Homer’s…
Food Advertisements Targeting Children Legislation is critical since most of the items sold in TV commercials are mostly representative of fast food, which has many negative impacts on the welfare of children in the state of Arizona (Drummond et al. 158). The World Health Organisation has described media advertisements and,…
Bilbo Baggins and Thorin Oakenshield are the two hobbit characters who experience the most significant changes in their outlook, behavior, and personality. Bilbo Baggins, the protagonist of The Hobbit, is humanlike and displays typical behaviors such as chewing pipes, hosting visitors, and consuming modern foods such as tea and cakes….
Jan Jarboe Rusell wrote The Train to Crystal City: FDR’s Secret Prisoner Exchange Program and America’s Last Family Internment Camp During WWII, which was first published in January 2015. It’s the thrilling, bestselling, and never-before-told story of an FDR detention camp, as told in The New York Times. Rusell’s masterpiece…
Women’s positions as established by society proved to diminish their worth and act to undermine their status. Lysistrata and Medea are two works of Greek literature that illustrate how women defy gender discrimination in society. Gender disparity is the underlying characteristic that leads Medea to disagree with her husband Jason….
The work project in the village of Loma was a reclamation project mandated by the reclamation district in the village’s northwestern outskirts. The author’s company was in charge of the project. It entailed draining swampy areas in order to raise agricultural field produce in order to duplicate the southern portion…
The authors of the Colonial Period (the 1600s and 1700s) encountered many contradictions in their diverse encounters in early America, which became the focus of their literature. The conflict occurred on both a personal and a political basis. It played an important role in American society during the colonial era…
Between 19961 and 1963, the Vietnamese government implemented the Strategic Hamlets Program as the central strategy for the pacification of South Vietnam. The first step in putting the initiative into action was to separate the rural people from the Vietcong community guerrillas. The primary goal was to improve stability, social…
Art is the illustration of an artist’s artistic vision which is the direct product of the artist’s socio-psychological responsibility to others who are fascinated by his or her interest. Aside from the artist’s own conception of the aesthetic nature of his or her work, a socio-political aspect of culture often…
The United States is actively negotiating two separate multilateral free trade deals. TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) and TTIP (Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) are two examples of trade deals targeted at different parts of Southeast Asia and the European Union, in that order. Historically, bilateral trade deals were thought to have…