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Public Opinion

Posted on March 11th, 2013 by essay

Nowadays public opinion matters, as the globalization determines the trends and public opinion as a whole. Public opinion – is averaged and supported by the majority view in different social groups on any issue with the development of mass consciousness and role of representations of social groups on behavior and thinking in society. Public opinion in its modern sense, first appears at the end of XIX century in the work of French sociologist Tarde “Public opinion and the crowd.” The public is seen as a collection of people who use the same information and produce largely identical views and assessments, that is public opinion – an opinion of community, a group of people based on the acceptance or rejection of […]

The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton

Posted on March 9th, 2013 by essay

The topic of the paper is one of the most interesting events of this spring – the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, which attracted attention of millions of people all over the world. This event was covered by all world mass media, and within six months (starting from the announcement of the engagement on November 16, 2010) practically every newspaper wrote numerous articles about the royal couple and the wedding, and TV channels showed dozens of stories devoted to the amorous couple and their families. The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took place on 29 April, 2011, which journalists called the “wedding of the century”. This was a luxurious celebration, at which were invited more than […]

“Papa Don’t Preach” Madonna’s Teenage Pregnancy Controversy Term Paper

Posted on October 12th, 2012 by essay

“Papa Don’t Preach” is one of Madonna’s most memorable pop singles the lyrics of which were written by Brian Elliot for the singer’s third studio album “True Blue” released in 1986. Madonna decided to dedicate this song to Pope John Paul II, but he urged Italian fans to boycott her concerts in response (Farber). The song under consideration is chosen deliberately as it deals with a serious dual social issue of pregnancy and abortion. Madonna takes the voice of a confused teenager who asks her father for advice as she is in deep trouble. The singer numerously repeats the chorus words: “Papa don’t preach, I’m in trouble deep, Papa don’t preach, I’ve been losing sleep” (Madonna). The main character of […]

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What Is the Significance of Orphan in “David Copperfield” and “Daniel Deronda”

Posted on September 3rd, 2012 by essay

“David Copperfield” by Charles Dickens and “Daniel Deronda” by George Eliot are remarkable works of the Victorian epoch. These novels convey the story of David Copperfield and Daniel Deronda and their life in the Victorian society, which, by the way, proves far from perfect. Both novels always attracted readers because they raise themes which have always been important and still are very significant even in the modern society, which is absolutely different from the English society of the Victorian epoch. One of the central themes of both books is the theme of orphanage and the live orphans in the society. At first glance, both novels reveal the panorama of the Victorian society, where people live in accordance to traditional moral […]

Ethics and ethical code

Posted on August 30th, 2012 by essay

Ethics and ethical code is important in any sphere of human activity, and psychotherapy is not an exception. Moreover, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that psychotherapy is one of the disciplines where ethics has a dominant role – mostly because of the fragile matters it has to deal with. However, ethics codes are ambiguous and difficult, and any attempt to narrow ethics to a certain code of rules or prohibitions will lead to problems because ethics, first of all, needs to be regarded within a context. Modern view on ethics requires that a compromise could be found between the abstract and theoretical principles of ethics itself and the finiteness and distinctness of actions in real life. The book […]