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Soon, I hope

I know I barely post anything for months because of my business and stuffs. But I’m not going to post a lengthy post today too. There are some announcements from me for the future of this blog. 255 more words

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Final Paper and Ignite Presentation

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Final Paper

Suicide In Our Popular Culture

Living in a society where every one of our actions is judged, is like having a weight put on our souls and our lives. We are lead to high levels of depression, we are wanting to take the form of the skinny, photo shopped pictures of girls on Tumblr and Instagram. 1,243 more words

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Annotated Bibliography

Deng, Chao. “China’s Cutthroat School System Leads to Teen Suicides.” WSJ. Dow Jones & Company, Inc., 15 May 2014. Web. 20 May 2016. This article gives an insight on the schooling system and mores statistics of the deaths of children in China under the tough systems. 625 more words

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Sexism in Metal Gear Solid

The Metal Gear Solid franchise holds a special part in my heart. According to Steam, I have put 115 hours into Metal Gear Solid 5, this is only one game however. 1,736 more words

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Final Paper: How the Portrayal of Mental Illness in The Longest Journey/Dreamfall Trilofy is Taking Strides to Appropriate Representation

How The Portrayal of Mental Illness in the The Longest Journey/Dreamfall Trilogy is Taking Strides to Appropriate Representation

“‘Find April Ryan,’ she says. ‘Save her.’ Over and over again.” … 2,348 more words

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Revised Final Research Paper

The history of the concept of islamophobia was first introduced in 1991; the term was specifically used to express the Muslims in the United Kingdom. Though islamophobia can be defined as a fear or dislike of all Muslims or some of them, many would argue that islamophobia is a way to justify the violence that is needed to control or dominate the world’s valuable resources (IRPD, 2016). 1,563 more words

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