Category: Book/Film/Article Review

Essay: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

The movie Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is a 2010 movie that stars Michael Douglas and is directed by Oliver Stone.

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Matlin’s Article Review

The most compelling discussion in the article was that concerning the representation of the different genders in the media. It actually tends to opens one’s mind to the obvious which we normally do not register in our lives. Prior to reading the article however I was aware of certain issues pertaining to gender stereotypes. This mostly dealt with the ability of the society to form different roles and expectancies for the males and the females.

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Essay: Racism explained in book

Sample Essay Privilege has actually been bestowed on the whites due to the history they have in the European and the American region. Moreover the white communities are not aware of the privilege they have, as a result taking it in for granted. The white community benefits from prime position in the corporate sector, vacancies for jobs as well as having more opportunities. They even have a better access to the education facilities being provided in the country.

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Essay: Section Two Review of Jeong-eun Rhee’s Article

Sample Essay The second section of the article is based on the experience of the author when it came to creating personal identification in a group. The author depicts in the article that as broad categories of ethnic groups are labeled like African Americans, Chinese, Arabs etc, the author spent her early years forming an identity in the US as one belonging to the Chinese community while in actuality the author is Korean.

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Essay: Section Three Review of Jeong-eun Rhee

Sample Essay The third section of the article deals with the personal experience of the author on being labeled as a person of no color. Through the description of a conference attended by the author, Rhee provided that people, specially those who belong to the same ethnic community as one do not acknowledge other people of color until they are able to stand up for themselves against racism or conduct public demonstration of being ethnically different.

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