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Reputation Essay Examples

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Respect and Reputation in Salem
The lives of 20 people were taken in the town of Salem, Massachussets. Those 20 people all had hard earned respect and reputations in the town, and many looked at them everyday as good people. When Abigail Williams and some of her friends are suddenly involved in a witchcraft trial however, they start pointing fingures at t...
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An Analysis of the Characters in Arthur Miller's The Crucible
Throughout the history of mankind, reputations have been deciding factors that either make or break a person. In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, a person’s “name” or “reputation” was a huge factor of not only how the person themselves were viewed, but also how the future generations of their family were viewed. Three people i...
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Social Media: Company Do's and Don'ts
Gardiner states that some people think the growing social networking sites could be changing the way we conduct business in the future while others think the fundamentals of basic customer relations will stay the same. Companies have even created their own social networking sites to stay on top of what their customer wants,...
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Albert Camus: A Writer and a Philospher
Albert Camus earned a worldwide reputation as a novelist and essayist and won the Noble Prize for literature in 1957. Through his writings, and in some measure against his will, he became the leading moral voice of his generation during the 1950's. Camus died at the height of his fame, in an automobile accident near Sens, F...
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A Paper on the League of Nations
The League of Nations was an organization there to maintain the peace in our world by solving disputes. However, have they really achieved their aim? Were they successful? According to historical facts, the League of Nation has achieved six major successes in compromises of disputes, known as the SAMBOK; the Bulgaria event...
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An Analysis of The Effect of What Others Say To What You Think of Yourself in The Song "Bad Reputation", in the Play "Taming of The Shrew" and in The Movie "10 Things I Hate About You"
The idea of an individual disregarding their own reputation is shown in the song 'Bad Reputation' written by Joan Jett. The individual demonstrates this concept by being untroubled by the thoughts and opinions of others, not doing things just to please others and being rebellious. This idea also runs through the play "...
770 words
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A Trail of Ruin and Corruption in the Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Great Gatsby , by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a devastating analysis of the foul dust that floats in the wake of the American Dream. The ruthless pursuit of this ideal from the lowliest worker to the highest aristocrat leaves a pungent trail of ruin and corruption. The progression of the novel witnesses this path manifested...
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Jerzy Kosinski's Reputation Sank Well After His Suicide
Jerzy Kosinski Since his suicide in 1991, the literary reputation of Jerzy Kosinski has continued to sink. At one time he was one of the most promising writers on the American scene, pounding out three hits in a row-the cult classic The Painted Bird, Steps (winner of the 1969 National Book Award), and Being There (filmed i...
2,034 words
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The Theme of Reputation in Plato's "The Trial and Death of Socrates"
Most people would agree that one's reputation is extremely important in nearly all social situations. Whether it is making a huge business deal or going on a first date, a person's reputation will always be with them and affect their interactions with others. Socrates, along with society, has put a hefty emphasis on reputat...
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Analyzing Theme Reputation on Othello by William Shakespeare
Reputations of the main characters and its role in Othello In the play Othello written by William Shakespeare, the theme of reputation was a very important part of what made the play tragic. Reputation was so important in the play that it could have gave insight to characters or allowed characters to have manipulated ot...
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An Argument Against the Reputation of Aggressive Behavior of the American Staffordshire Terriers (Pit Bulls)
Their Rep is the 'PITS': But controversial breed makes great family pet The American Staffordshire Terrier (also known as Pit Bull) is believed to be a man-eating beast. But is this breed all it's made out to be? The Pit Bull started in the Unites States; it has been developed since the early 1800's as a result of cross...
750 words
2 pages
The Reputations of the Main Character in Shakespeare's Play "Othello"
Reputations of the main characters and its role in Othello In the play Othello written by William Shakespeare, the theme of reputation was a very important part of what made the play tragic. Reputation was so important in the play that it could have gave insight to characters or allowed characters to have manipulated othe...
1,214 words
3 pages
The Reason for the Negative Reputation of Raves and How to Fix It
What is a rave? A rave usually refers to an all night party, open to the general public, where loud techno music is mostly played and many people can partake in a number of different chemicals (Official). Raves are fairly decent and you dont hear much about them on the streets. Yet some people who go to the raves try to se...
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The Role of Reputation in Othello, a Play by William Shakespeare
Reputation plays a very important role in the play Othello. The character of Iago uses his reputation as an honest man to deceive Othello and other characters in the play. To Cassio reputation meant everything. Othellos reputation played an important role in the play. Iagos reputation played a very key role in the play. Eve...
1,421 words
3 pages
The Well Deserved Reputation of Abraham Lincoln
With his cabinet, Abraham Lincoln is regarded by many historians as
the greatest president ever to stand at America's helm. This reputation is
extremely well deserved, as Lincoln was able to preserve the Union and gain
victory in the Civil War, despite his fighting an uphill battle against his
own presidential cabinet. Had...
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An Analysis of the Controversy and Positive Influence of Rap Music
Over the past decade, rap music has developed a bad reputation. It is viewed by many as offensive toward women. It is also said to promote both violence and the use of illegal drugs, which constitutes a negative impact on society. However, rap music does not do any of the above. It has a positive influence on our society by...
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The Rise in Both Reputation and Numbers of the Mormon Religion
I intend to prove that the Mormon religion, which began to rise in both
reputation and numbers in Utah, is a strange mixer of Christianity, American
pragmatism, millennialist expectations, economic experimentation, political
conservation, evangelical fervor and international activity, but is still a
highly followed, rapidly...
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2 pages
An Analysis of School Dress Codes and Uniforms in Improving the Country's Academic Reputation
What students wear to school is an issue of concern for students, parents and school officials. Often students violate the school dress code, which disturbs the learning atmosphere and negatively effects the reputation of the school. Uniforms for students offer solutions to school problems.
First, uniforms will improve scho...
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The Importance of Maintaining Accurate Financial Records for Keeping a Good Public Accounting Reputation
Public accounting is the practice of issuing confirmatory reports that is in line with agreed professional standards. These reports may include consulting services, financial accounting, tax returns reports or accounting processes in business organizations. Public accounting is not only a record of the past but also a refle...
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The Significance of Good Reputation for Amazon.com
Amazon business is innovative and efficient. Amazon has an innovative business model which is built around a market-changing customer value proposition and a radical revenue formula, which upended the book industry. Then it fast increased its wings  beyond books to include other shippable consumer goods. A few years later,...
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An Essay on Christian Schools
I would attend to a school that has good reputation and students perform well. This is because most of the Colleges always publish the test scores as well as the class ranks of entering classes. I would wish to go to a school where my friends are attending. I would also be persuaded by opinions, advice and comments from fam...
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A Description of How Fragile Your Reputation in Society
The Night I Became a Convict (Well it sure seemed like it) Introduction: Police Sirens glaring – lights flashing – nervous and full of fright Thesis Statement: If all seems almost perfect and going so well, that is when carefulness and planning becomes most critical and imperative (Transition...
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The Life and Works of Franz Liszt
Franz Liszt was born on October 22, 1811 and lived until July 31, 1886. He was taught the piano by his father and then Czerny (Vienna, 1822-1823), making himself known as a remarkable concert artist by the age of 12. In Paris he studied theory and composition with Reicha and Paer; he wrote an opera and bravura piano pieces...
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2 pages
The Journey to the Rise of Julius Caesar into Power in the Ancient Rome
Julius Caesar's triumph in a civil war in the 40s BC made him the absolute ruler of Rome, but political jealousies among his opponents led to his assassination. Julius Caesar rose to power in Rome through his social status, financial support, military leadership, and political reputation. Caesar belonged to an old patr...
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The Role of Reputation in Othello by William Shakespeare
Reputation plays a very important role in the play Othello. The character of Iago uses his reputation as an honest man to deceive Othello and other characters in the play. To Cassio reputation meant everything. Othello s reputation played an important role in the play. Iago s reputation played a very key role in the play. E...
1,434 words
3 pages