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A Clockwork Orange, by Stanley Kubrick - "A Clockwork Orange", directed by the immeasurable Stanley Kubrick, starring Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Adirenne Corri, Aubrey Morris and James Marcus and produced by Stanley Kubrick in 1971, is, in my opinion, one of the greatest morality plays ever captured on film. It leads viewer in to many different pathways of thought about the time we live in, and about the validity of the concepts of law and morality, and the applications of the two in general society. Vincent Canby was on to something when he called "A Clockwork Orange" perversely moral and essentially Christian....   [tags: Film Analysis, Movie Analysis] 643 words
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The Importance of Free Will in 1Q84, by Haruki Murakam and A Clockwork Orange, by Stanley Kubrick - In Haruki Murakami’s novel, 1Q84, the idea of man creating the ideal world is explored. What starts off as a temporary refuge, develops into a community with the ultimate goal of becoming a utopia. However as this utopia develops, the population becomes increasingly blind and naïve. In the process, they lose their morality in favor of subordination, following the wills of those standing above them. Likewise, in A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess introduces a world that strives to wipe out radical thought....   [tags: Freedom of Choice, imperialism]
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The Misuse of Power and the Extent of Free Will Within A Clockwork Orange and Nineteen Eighty-Four - In both Nineteen Eighty-four and A Clockwork Orange, free will and the misuse of power are two intrinsically linked themes which are woven throughout and that govern everything that happens within both novels. The different reactions of different characters are an area that both George Orwell and Anthony Burgess focus on with interesting parallels between the two main protagonists, Alex and Winston. Winston and Alex, although very different, react in quite a similar fashion to events surrounding their circumstances....   [tags: Literary Analysis ] 1975 words
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The Theme of Self-awareness in Frankenstein, Flowers for Algernon, and A Clockwork Orange - ... Another quote that Alex states throughout the novel is, “O my brothers” (Burgess 5). “O my brothers” reveals that Alex is conscious of his surroundings and wants it to be clear. The quote explains to the reader that Alex realizes the current situation. Alex is viewed as a self-absorbed individual and he loves himself and talks about the crimes he commits with utmost pride Alex commits crimes such as, rape, assault, and theft; he is mindful of his actions, but he does not care, he is self-absorbed....   [tags: Frankenstein, Flowers for Algernon] 568 words
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Fahrenheit 451 and A Clockwork Orange: Does Modern Literature Stay Modern? - ... One must also note the extreme violence of Alex and his droogs is in sharp contrast to the lack of violence displayed in this war that spanned decades. More poignantly, Burgess was influenced by the current increase in gang violence in Britain at the time, and people’s fears of juvenile delinquency. This fear is current today with the Riots of Summer 2011, many of whom were of a similar age to Alex. The issue of censorship clearly influenced Bradbury in his novel, but it was particularly topical with the creation of the ‘Hollywood Ten’, a group of influential screenwriters and directors who were blacklisted due to allegations of communist influence in their work....   [tags: ] 1210 words
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A Clockwork Orange: Good Riddance To Bad Rubbish - A Clockwork Orange: Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish A Clockwork Orange received critical acclaim, made more than thirty million dollars at the box office, and was nominated for various awards; however, this esteemed film was outlawed from the nation of Great Britain in order to curb its immoral content from permeating society. Before all the controversy began, A Clockwork Orange was a novel, written mostly in Russian, by Anthony Burgess. Stanley Kubrick is known to critics as a film maker who probes the dark side of human psyche....   [tags: essays research papers] 962 words
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Comparison of Linguistic Differences in the Film and Novel of A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange - Linguistic Differences in the Film and Novel A Clockwork Orange, written by Anthony Burgess, is experienced differently as a novel than it is as the movie directed by Stanley Kubrick. The heart of the difference between the two forms is expressed by Bakhtin: "The potential for [‘double-voiced discourse’ between the author and narrator] is one of the most fundamental privileges of novelistic prose, a privilege available neither to dramatic nor to purely poetic genres" (Bakhtin, 320).1 An entire dimension of the novel’s story is lost in the movie when Alex’s role is reduced from narrator to commentator....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]
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A Developmental Study Of Alex In Kubricks A Clockwork Orange - A Developmental Study of Alex in Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange Synopsis of A Clockwork Orange In A Clockwork Orange, the main character is that of a mildly young child of 15 who, along with his fellow friends, or "Droogs", partake in evenings of Ultra-Violence. Ultra Violence consists of random beatings, theft, destruction, and rape. The main character, Alex, is the self-proclaimed leader of the pack, and makes judgment on their actions pending on his mood. His Droogs eventually find themselves under his direct rule, following his every word, and decide to challenge his authority....   [tags: essays research papers] 2069 words
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A Clockwork Orange: Review Of Book And Firm Version - A Clockwork Orange: Review of Book and Firm Version In A Clockwork Orange, Alex, the narrator and the main character, tells the story of his teenage years, starting at fifteen. He begins his tale as the leader of a small gang that spends its evenings pillaging and wreaking havoc on the town until the gang mutinies and "Your Humble Narrator," as Alex refers to himself, is caught by the police. From there, Alex travels to State Jail 84F to serve 14 years, but receives an offer from "the Government" which entails undergoing experimental treatment in return for early release....   [tags: essays research papers] 1115 words
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Comparison of the Book and Movie Version of A Clockwork Orange - A Comparison of the Book and Firm Version of A Clockwork Orange   In the story of his teenage years, starting at fifteen.  He begins his tale as the leader of a small gang that spends its evenings pillaging and wreaking havoc on the town until the gang mutinies and "Your Humble Narrator," as Alex refers to himself, is caught by the police.  From there, Alex travels to State Jail 84F to serve 14 years, but receives an offer from "the Government" which entails undergoing experimental treatment in return for early release.  He seizes what seems to him an opportunity, but is horrified by the "cure" he endures.  The new "good" Alex that is released unto the world is depressed, frus...   [tags: Movie Film comparison compare contrast]
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Alex and Jack in A Clockwork Orange and Lord of the Flies - A Comparison of Jack and Alex The thoughts and actions of Alex in the novel, A Clockwork Orange are both alike and different from the character Jack in Lord of he Flies. Alex a young man at the age of fifteen is a bane on society. Rape, violence, and Beethoven are his main joys. Jack is a choirboy on a deserted island. Jack&#8217;s world, before arrival on the island, consisted of a &#8220; voluntary adherence to a pragmatic pact of nonagression&#8230;which passes for civilization, but maintained only through fear';(Whissen 140)....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Psychology/clockwork Orange - A Clockwork Orange is a film about a wild and troubled young lad Alex. Alex and his friends (droogs) get a high from inflicting harm upon others. They commit random acts of robbery and rape around London. Alex, as the ringleader, eventually gets caught and is sent to prison. It is in prison that scientists study Alex’s violent behavior. Scientists believed that through special training or a program that his evil ways could be fixed. Alex was subjected to a conditioning program that would create an unpleasant physical reaction to just the thought of doing harm to another person....   [tags: essays research papers] 665 words
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ClockWork Orange - “ Listening to the J.S. Bach, I began to pony away to the brown gorgeousness of the starry German master, that I would like to have tolchocked them both harder and ripped them to ribbons on their own floor. (34) “ Young Alex, naïve, unloving, and uncaring to the world he lived in. The screaming decade of the 70’s is the setting of when the story takes place. A group of young teenage boys out and about looking for a good time but by what definition is a good time. If some people see a good time as hanging out at the movies and talking on the phone, then their imagination is far off from what Alex and his droogs are plotting....   [tags: essays research papers] 1830 words
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Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange - When African slaves were sold to Americans, they lost their fundamental rights as human beings. However, their inferiority was further cemented when slaves eventually conformed to their white owners. In slavery’s infancy, almost all slaves resisted against their oppressors in one form or another but had limited to no success. These failed resistances eventually led to hopelessness for the slaves as they even began to consider slavery as an accepted practice. Many slaves developed a notion of performing their forced labour more willingly and in turn their owners decreased the beatings and cruelty towards them (“Slavery in the United States.”) For instance, slaves who displayed respect towards...   [tags: Restricting Freedom, Social Dominance]
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freeclo Comapring Free Will in A Clockwork Orange and Freedom and the Control of Man - Free Will in A Clockwork Orange and Skinner's Freedom and the Control of Man      Socrates once said, "Know thyself," and over two thousand years later we're still perplexed with the complexities of human behavior. The concept of free will has been debated and challenged by science, religion, and philosophy throughout history. By free will, I mean our ability to choose and behave as we wish, without our choices being determined by outside sources. Such a notion has been discussed and disputed by philosophers like B.F....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Violence within Society: Violent Tendencies That Occur Due to Society’s Narrow-minded Expectations in Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange and Palahniuk’s Fi - Society often pressures individuals within it to conform to different ideals and norms. This stems from the fact that individuals in a society are expected to act in a certain way. If a person or group of people do not satisfy society’s expectations, they are looked down upon by others. This can lead to individuals isolating themselves from others, or being isolated from others, because they are considered as outcasts. The emotional turmoil that can result from this, as well as the internal conflict of whether or not to conform, can transform an individual into a completely different person....   [tags: Social Norms, Crime Rampages]
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dystopia Vs Utopia ( A clockwork orange Vs. Player Piano - Utopia can be defined as a place immune from inhumane treatment and absent of the hardships of society , where the population is blindfolded from fear, anxiety, and general negative aspects of human nature. A utopia can be generalized as that perfect society. This is one type of a drastic society. There is another, more appalling type of society, that of a dystopia. A Dystopia is nor a fairyland or the promised-land like the utopia is, it looks at the chaos, anarchy, rebellion and disorder of a society....   [tags: essays research papers] 1996 words
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Behavior Modification - Behavior Modification In the book A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess the main character, Alex, is exposed to an experimental technique known as "Ludovico's Technique" which causes him to feel pain whenever he is exposed to sex, violence, or certain types of music. This Ludovico's Technique is a form of behavior modification, most likely inspired by B.F. Skinner. Burrhus Frederic Skinner was a widely known, and criticized, psychologist/behaviorist who founded the operant science of behaviorism around 1938....   [tags: Anthony Burgess Clockwork Orange Essays]
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Clockworks Orange - Clockworks Orange In the 1960's our developing world faces many of it's impurities. The youth of this nation fight for equal right, equality of the races and freedom of speech. But not all the protests are legal. Many people are guilty of treason and must be punished but with an over crowded prison system were will these political prisoners be sent. The common criminals are flooding the system with there petty robbers, assaults and murders. We need to deal with the common criminal before we can deal with the political....   [tags: Free Essays Online] 634 words
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Medical aspects of exposure to Agent Orange - ... Routes of Exposure and Target Organs Dioxin by-product, and not basic unit of complex dioxins which is not PCDD toxic or persistent, can enter the human body through various ways - from inhalation to ingestion or absorption. Inhalation of contaminated air, vapors or even steam would deliver poisonous particles into lungs and consequently into the blood stream. The blood stream is the quickest circulatory system for nutrients and harmful elements to move through the rest of the body. In the case of Dioxin poisoning, lungs can't rid themselves of airborne particles by coughing or engulfing with macrophages, as it would with non-soluble constituents....   [tags: history of Agent Orange, chemical defoliant]
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Telecom Orange - Summary Telecom-Orange was actively involved in CSR and sustainable development by adopting and by adhering to various policies like following AA1000 APS (2008) standard and principles defined in ISO 26000. Their proof of performance is ranking of 56/100 by Vigeo rating. In order to implement laws and regulations across the board its managers have travelled to the respective branches around the world to impart education on the issue. Its suppliers were required to follow the strict guidelines pertaining to the child labor and its policy....   [tags: Telecom Orange Essays]
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Yamashita's Tropic of Orange - Yamashita's Tropic of Orange This paper studies Yamashita’s Tropic of Orange as a magical realist text and examines the implications for such a style on the notion of the urban. Specifically, I will explore how Yamashita uses magical realism to collapse boundaries and socially transform Los Angeles into an embattled utopia for the disenfranchised. First, however, magical realism is a loaded term and some definitions are in order. In addition to important recent innovations in the form and its purposes, magical realism is in dialogue with a longer history of writing, including the epic, chivalric traditions, Greek pastoral, medieval dream visions, romantic traditions and Gothic fictions, a...   [tags: Yamashita Tropic Orange Realism Essays]
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Clockwork Tales - Clockwork Tales Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-TONG. .............. "Yeah, I finally got that damn clock to stop," the man mumbled happily. "Now I can sit here and read in peace." He picked up his copy of Canterbury Tales, aching to find the insight that his professor swore was kept hidden within. He started once again. The Miller's Tale. "Hmm, I wonder how long it is." He started to flip through the pages one by one, counting them off. "One, two, three, four, five, ....   [tags: Clockwork Tales Short Story Essays] 1113 words
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The Effects of Agent Orange on Veterans of the Vietnam War - Almost thirty years after the last troops were pulled out of what was then South Vietnam, its effects are still felt in today’s society. It is hard not to find someone who’s life has not been affected because of this war. One of the most controversial decisions made in the war was to use chemicals to fight the enemy. The most boradly used chemiucal was called Agent Orange. Some people agreed with the use of Agent Orange. They saw it as a very viable weapon that needed to be used in order to keep the Communist from taking control of South Vietnam and subverting their democratic government....   [tags: Vietnam War Agent Orange Essays]
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The Vietnam War and Agent Orange - The Vietnam War was between Capitalist United states and Communist North Vietnamese; the war began in 1964 and ended in 1975. The US joined the war to stop the spreading of communism. The US came up with the domino theory which was if Vietnam turned communist the surrounding countries would all fall to communism too. The war suffered around 2.3million casualties and was very significant in the long term and the short term. Some of the wars key events were; in 1960 when the Vietcong was formed, 1963 when Diem was overthrown, 1965 Operation rolling thunder begun, 1969 Ho Chi Minh died and in 1963 the cease-fire agreement was signed in Paris and the troops leave Vietnam....   [tags: Vietnam War, Agent Orange, USA, chemmical warfare,] 1530 words
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The Curse of the Orange Tree and the Artist - The Curse of the Orange Tree and the Artist "In a Green Night" by Derek Walcott is a poem about the conflicting feelings of life. "In a Green Night" focuses on the ever-present threat of death, and how our lives revolve around the inevitability of death. Through metaphors, paradoxes, and repetition, Walcott exemplifies the hopelessness and glory that occur when an artist realizes that, in his quest for creating the perfect piece of art, he is ultimately growing closer to death--just as an orange tree grows closer to death as it produces its magnificent fruit....   [tags: Poetry Analysis] 1063 words
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The Devestating Effects of Agent Orange - ... Chemical and physical properties of TCDD. Source: Public Health Service, 2011 TCDD is usually formed by burning compounds that contain chlorine with hydrocarbons. It is a toxic dioxin because it contains a chlorine atom in its 2,3,7 and 8 position in the molecule as the figure below shows (Dioxinspin 2007). The amount of contamination of TCDD depends on the pressure and temperature when the reaction was done. The chemical formula for TCDD is C12H4Cl4O2 Source: Campbell & Thacker, 2011 The figure below shows the problem that caused the creation of TCDD on Agent Orange which was an exceeding temperature for the reaction causing the 2,3,5 chlorophenol molecules start reacting with e...   [tags: strategy, health, environment] 739 words
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The Use of Agent Orange in Vietnam - ... One of the first studies done by the military indicated “that a force mix of herbicide aircraft and land clearing tractors would most likely provide a cost-effective solution to the foliage removal crop destruction missions faced during counterinsurgency operations”. This study was held in 1972, very shortly after the end of Operation Ranch Hand. This article is still defending the use of the herbicide during the war, commending the use of Agent Orange as a well thought out method of helping to stop the Viet Cong operations....   [tags: Vietnam War, United States History] 930 words
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The Lasting Effects of Agent Orange - The Vietnam War was a hard time for many Americans. The men had to go off to a land filled with violence and crime while families and friends waited to see if their loved ones would return home. However, the biggest crime that happened during that time was in our own backyard. The government used a harsh herbicide named Agent Orange. Agent Orange was used to “expose guerilla forces in forested areas” (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia). It contains a large amount of dioxin, a toxic chemical. Agent Orange was also used to give our soldiers a clear line of fire, which in turn, also gave the enemy a clear line of fire....   [tags: Military History ] 1839 words
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The Russian Revolution and the Orange Revolution - ... He was also suspected of lending military support to Saddam Hussein. His administration relentlessly oppressed opposition to his rule through the use of the tax administration and arrest. Barred from seeking another term as president he put forward his secretary of state, Viktor Yanukovych as his anointed successor. The initial election was inconclusive with no candidate receiving more than 50% of the vote. This resulted in a second election. The second election was plagued with suspected fraud, the arrest of opposition party members and the poisoning of Viktor Yuchenko, the opposition candidate, who barely survived and suffered permanent disfigurement....   [tags: violent overthrow of governments]
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The Effects of Agent Orange - If you were to ask the seven million Vietnamese that were exposed to Agent Orange about their feelings about the war, what would they say. “I have no future, no happiness,” said Do Duc Diu. He went on to say that he lost eleven of his children to this deadly toxin (Agent Orange Record). Nineteen million gallons of Agent Orange were sprayed across South Vietnam leading to the death of more than 400,000 Vietnamese (Orange Innovation). Agent Orange had numerous devastating effects on not only the people intended but also other innocent people not involved with the war....   [tags: weapons, warfare, Vietnam war] 1346 words
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A Clock Work Orange and Misery - This essay will examine the novels A Clock Work Orange, written by Anthony Burgess and Misery written by Stephen King in conjunction with the novels respective films directed by Stanley Kubrick (A Clock Work Orange) and Rob Reiner (Misery). Both of these works share several themes in common with one another, as do the main characters within them. However the two themes I intend to work with are the themes of speech and violence as modes of expressing critiques, and the theme of non-conformity and its consequences....   [tags: Anthony Burgess, Stephen King, films]
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Vietnamese Refugees in Orange County - For years refugees have come to America from all over the globe coming from Syria, Vietnam, Iraq, and even Australia. A refugee is different than an immigrant, in such a way that they are basically forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or a natural disaster. Unlike immigrants who have been here for a long time like the Mexicans, or the Japanese, the Vietnamese have been in the U.S for around thirty years or less. After the Vietnam War, the Vietnamese feared for their life and were forced to leave their county for liberty....   [tags: War Refugees Essays]
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The Incredible, Edible Orange - What came first the chicken or the egg, and did the name for the orange come first or the name for the color. Perhaps the person who got to name everything just got lazy. How much wood could a Woodchuck chuck if a Woodchuck could chuck wood. How much juice could Orange Juice juice if Orange Juice could juice juice. Oranges are tangy cannonballs of goodness and that is sometimes all we see them as, when in reality they have an enormous explosion of health benefits that are often not recognized. Everyone has heard the saying an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but have they ever heard the saying an orange, yes way, will help you live another day....   [tags: Nutrition]
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Physical Geography of Orange County - This sedimentary rock has hardened over the many years with sand shells, small pebbles, grains of sand and rocks of various sizes. In comparison to our 4.5 billion year old Earth, these sand shells might as well be brand new, when in reality they could be up to 1,000 years old. If the sandstone were to be replaced with calcite it would completely change the subclass of rock, it would then be chemical & organic limestone. The variation in sand stone is due to different rates of deposition and change in patterns of the sediment movement (Mc Knight, p....   [tags: earth science, geology, cloud types]
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Agent Orange- An Herbicide - ... Agent Orange was manufactured under the compulsion of the Defense Production Act of 1950 by nine different companies and was never made available commercially. The name Agent Orange came from the “color-coded stripe that was painted around the fifty five-gallon barrel in which it was stored” (Wilcox, 1983, p. introduction/x). The other agents used the “colors such as Blue, White, Purple and Pink, which were used to designate different herbicide formulations” (“The Rainbow Herbicides,” n.d.) and also were known as the Rainbow Herbicides....   [tags: Chemical Warfare, Defoliant, US Army, Vietnam]
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A Glance into Global Orange Juice Production - A Glance Into Global Orange Juice Production Oranges originally come from Asia, but were brought to the Mediterranean during the 13th century (Morton 1987). They were first used in medicine, then grown for consumption, and by the 1500’s were found in South America and Mexico. There are around 12 varieties of oranges, grown in places such as the U.S., Brazil, South Africa, and the Mediterranean. The orange tree grows in subtropical climates, may reach a height of 25ft and has compound leaves up to 6in....   [tags: highly consumed juices]
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The Effects Agent Orange Produced on Health - “We were told, ‘it’s totally safe and it won’t hurt you at all,” he added. “We were told you can drink it, you can brush your teeth with it, or you can bathe in it. It won’t hurt you. Those were lies.” (“U.S. Soldiers Sprayed Agent Orange across Korea” 1) Agent Orange was an herbicide used by the United States military forces in Vietnam between 1962 and 1971 to destroy their enemies’ food supply, land, and protection. Twelve million gallons of this toxin were sprayed. (Department of Preventive Medicine 1) It affected the Vietnamese and the American troops who were fighting in the same jungle....   [tags: military, vietnam, herbicide]
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The Agent Orange Story; Unnatural Causes - The Agent Orange Story; Unnatural Causes When a person hears about war, they think of guns, bombs, and absolute chaos. The soldiers in Vietnam are the ones who actually know the true story and true experience of war. Lamont Johnson, the director of the movie, The Agent Orange Story; Unnatural Causes, makes many different views onto the soldiers lives after Vietnam. Whether the soldiers experience mental or physical pain, Johnson directs madness into reality. The certain view points ranges between short term illnesses to the lack of acceptance between the soldier and their community....   [tags: Film Critique] 750 words
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Karen Tei Yamashita's Tropic of Orange - ... However, they take on this responsibility because of the love they have for their grandchildren. Not only are these grandparents voluntarily taking care of their younger grandchildren, they are “providing care for their grandchildren in informal, private care arrangements without the involvement of the child welfare system” (Letiecq, et al., 2008, p. 996). At age 10 years old, Larry was adopted back into his biological family with his aunt and uncle. He then began to discover his childhood dreams in which were established with his foster brothers as a younger boy....   [tags: novel analysis]
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What Title? - A Clockwork Orange : Chosen Evil vs. Forced Morality What becomes of a man stripped of his free will. Does he continue to be a man, or does he cease. These are questions that Anthony Burgess tries to answer. Written in the middle of Burgess’ writing career, A Clockwork Orange was a reflection of a youth subculture of violence and terrorization that was beginning to emerge in the early 1960s. The novel follows Alex, a young hoodlum who is arrested for his violent acts towards the citizens of London....   [tags: essays research papers] 1294 words
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Review of "The Clockwork Three" by Matthew J. Kirby - For my book report, I will be doing a book called “The Clockwork Three” by Matthew J. Kirby. It was first published in 2010. This story occurs in the early twentieth century in New York City. The main characters are Giuseppe, Hannah, and Frederick. Giuseppe is an eleven-year-old boy who parents had died and he was soon was kidnapped. He was taken away from his family in Italy to New York City when that happened. Hannah is a twelve-year-old girl who loved school, but had to quit and become a maid because she had to earn money for her family since her father, who used to earn money for the family, but got very sick....   [tags: Kidnapped, Children, Adversity]
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Machines vs. Humans - ISU Essay Rough Draft Natural human behaviour is built on the premise of freedom; freedom of thought and action that give the human race limitless capabilities. For the most part, human behaviour and thought are very spontaneous in nature and do not follow a step by step or calculated process. Nor, can the actions of humans be easily predicted.. The freedom inherent in humans is undeniable. Human beings work in a way completely opposite to machines and computers. Machines have no freedom to think, speak, move or have feelings....   [tags: essays research papers] 2785 words
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Effects of Agent Orange During the Vietnam War - On April 12, 1961, the first application of the chemical nicknamed Agent Orange was sprayed on Vietnamese foliage in an attempt to stop guerilla warfare, launching a herbicidal disaster ("Herbicidal Warfare"). The consequences of agent orange, unbeknownst to the former government officials, led to a series of catastrophic effects including, but not limited to neurobehavioral and physical anomalies of the human body. As a result of the lacking knowledge of Agent Orange, the United States and Vietnam are still cleaning up the herbicidal mess that could have been avoided (Magnuson)....   [tags: Vietnam War Essays]
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Agent Orange: The Silent Assassin - About 3 million Americans or more served in the armed forces in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. While under the impression from the U.S. government, many soldiers thought they were "fighting the good fight", but in reality they were "human lab rats" that were being exposed to the silent assassin called Agent Orange. The mission, known as Operation Ranch Hand, involved spraying 20 million gallons of Agent Orange over roughly 3.6 million acres of Vietnamese land to remove forest cover, destroy crops, and clear vegetation from U.S....   [tags: Vietnam War Essays] 1764 words
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The Devastation of Agent Orange - Abstract: This paper exposes the social injustices to Americans and to Vietnamese resulting from spraying of Agent Orange during the Vietnam Conflict. American Vietnam Veterans and many Vietnamese citizens have struggled with the United States Government for due reparations from the devastation of Agent Orange that has shattered their lives. Veterans have demanded compensation for this injustice through lawsuits and government allocations while the Vietnamese want the United States to clean up their dioxin-contaminated land and waterways....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Effect of Technology on The World - Effect of Technology on The World To say technology is a function of history or vice versa, one runs immediately into a problem of endogenatity. Irrespective of time, technology pervades culture (even the most primitive) and it is difficult if not impossible to claim that one directly affects the other. From the discovery of fire to the advent of space travel, technology profoundly impresses the world around it, for better of worse. Most recently, society has chosen to fixate mostly on technology’s negative aspects, not because of some fundamental change in the nature of such advances, but because of our inability to understand their workings....   [tags: Papers] 348 words
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Comparing the Efficiency of Sports Drinks and Orange Juice - ... Electrolytes by definition are compounds that conduct an electric current when they are in an aqueous solution or in the molten state. All ionic compounds are electrolytes. The following elements are electrolytes in a persons body: sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), chloride (Cl-), calcium (Ca2+), magnesium (Mg2+), bicarbonate (HCO3-), phosphate (PO42-), and sulfate (SO42-). The most common of these elements that are typically found in drinks are sodium, potassium, and calcium. Electrolytes are basically in all of a person’s body fluids....   [tags: electrolytes, energy, exercise] 979 words
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Agent Orange - Agent orange was an herbicide used in Vietnam. It was use to kill overgrown trees and shrubs that were in the way of advancing United States troops. Agent orange got its name from the barrel it was transported in; the barrel had a large orange stripe running across it. Agent orange was heavily used; in fact, it was the most used of all herbicides in Vietnam. From 1962 until 1971 over 20 millions gallons were used to cover a large 6 million acre area. The most heavily covered areas were those where very thick brush was present; it would give the enemy cover, as well as hindering the troops ability to move....   [tags: essays research papers] 510 words
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Agent Orange - Throughout wars, armies are constantly introducing new technologies to stay ahead of their enemies. In the Vietnam War, the Americans used Agent Orange, so their enemies would be more visible. Agent Orange was a herbicide for warm, tropical climates and the American’s and Canadian’s started testing this chemical in the 1940’s, however, it was never tested on humans until nearly the end of the Vietnam War when it was finally discontinued in 1971. Agent Orange was a 50-50 mix of two chemicals know as 2,4,D and 2,4,5,T....   [tags: essays research papers] 448 words
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Should the EU Give Ukraine the Prospect of EU Membership? - It was quite a shock when Ukraine was voted, along with Poland, a host country for Euro 2012 in 2007: could the championship really be held in this eastern European country, a former Soviet state, lacking a good infrastructure and an efficient administration. Nevertheless, the country started the preparations of the biggest sporting event it has yet organised. Only the future can tell us whether the transformation has been successful, but the assignment was not completely random, as Ukraine has been described as a “frontrunner” in Europeanisation, when compared to the oth-er countries in the Eastern Partnership....   [tags: Europe, Russia, Orange Revolution] 2242 words
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Research Information on Eating Disorders - California obsession with thinness is causing a serious public health problem. The following literature, phone interview and film research was gathered as a preclude to a pending grant for an outreach eating program in Orange County for young girls. It contains: The nature and severity of the problem, including barriers to treatment. Factors that contribute to the problem. The impact of the problem and lack of services. Promising new approaches to treat the problem. Nature of the Problem and the Extent of Difficulties in Access to Services: According to UC San Diego’s Eating Disorder Research Center, the prevalence of eating disorders is much higher in Southern California than surrounding...   [tags: orange county, bulimia, anorexia]
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An Overestimation of Film Music - ... The essence of the music in the movie should do. First of all, music is more than only means to convey what producers want to show audiences. Music is simply a method of maximize mood of movies. For instance, in the end of ‘The Godfather part 3’, these scenes exhibited signs of regret and sorrow of main character. The audience, who watches the movie, sympathizes with him already. Music can make them more sadly. 'Immortal beloved' can be another example. Masterpieces of Beethoven reveal his love effectively, but it might be enough to express his sincere heart by using facial expressions or showing behavior without any music....   [tags: movie making] 712 words
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