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An Analysis of British Rock Culture and Its Impact on Popular Culture
Since its genesis in the early 1960s, British Rock n’ Roll has been one of the most influential movements of contemporary music worldwide. Britain has successfully introduced some of the most significant rock musicians to ever grace the stage worldwide. Included in this group are bands like The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Beatle...
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6 pages
Understanding Popular Culture, Trendsetters, and the Spread of Culture
Culture: What is it, Who Creates Trends, And Who Decides What is Popular?                    Throughout time, humans have developed new trends in styles, habits, and ways of life that eventually became defined as culture. Music is one just one element affected by all individuals of a society; not just by one class. Radios,...
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4 pages
Malcolm Gladwell's Theories of Success as Applied to Public Figures
You Have Arrived: Why We Don’t Have to Listen to Gladwell Society is the greatest weapon of all. The social opinion or definition of a person or thing is either its greatest strength or its most detrimental weakness. The definition of the word success has evolved so frequently and so drastically that each variation of the...
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8 pages
An Argument in Favor of Selfie, as a New Trend
The Ultimate Picture of Independence The selfie is becoming an important thing in society, whether we like
it or not. A selfie, to me, is basically trying to make sure you look good
so you can post it on a social media site. The odds of taking good pictures
with other people and the pictures actually being posted, is...
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1 page
A Discussion on the Trend of Wearing Necklaces
Statement necklaces have been a trend for a while now and I believe that this style is still trending today because these bold necklaces are an easy way to dress up any outfit, formal or casual. Everyone knows the struggle of getting ready so early in the morning, and while most people will work through that struggle to mak...
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7 pages
The Unrealistic Beauty Standards of the Fashion Industry
The Fashion Industry’s Unrealistic Beauty Standards It is not hard to see that American society is very driven by the fashion industry. Young girls and middle-aged women alike constantly fashion themselves after models and celebrities, making them into role models of how they should look and how they should achieve...
2,255 words
7 pages
A Discussion on the Freedom of Career Choice Becoming a Moral Issue
Fight for Freedom, but Get Judged in the Process All people deserve to change their life whenever they choose. The freedom of choice has not disappeared just because someone goes from making minimum wage to thousands of dollars a week. Teens are vulnerable at this time in their lives and can be influenced greatly, but thei...
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4 pages
The Three Main Reasons for Body Modification: Enhancing Attractiveness, Religious Beliefs, and Self-Expression
Body Modification Body modifications have been around for thousands of year. The oldest documented tattoo is from Otzi the iceman from 3300 BC ,states Since then, many more body modifications have evolved, such as; scarification, skin stretching, forked tongue. “Body modification is the deliberate alterin...
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3 pages
Al-Qaeda, a Terrorist Group Made Up of Islamic Political Parties
Al-Qaeda is a term used by Islamic radicals to describe the terrorist organization to which they belong. The term is not used to describe a single group or even a combination of multiple groups. Al-Qaeda is made up of several main bases in Afghanistan, Islamic political parties and it also has many remote locations worldwid...
3,473 words
12 pages
An Argument Against Hunting Animals as a Form of Sport
For thousands of years, hunting has been looked at as a way to survive. Whether someone is hungry with no way to buy food or just prefers to eat their own killing, hunting for food is a necessity in many people’s lives. However, nowadays people look at killing animals as a sport, rather than a method of survival. People hav...
1,242 words
4 pages