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A short poem in an experimental form that relies heavily on setting for its narrative quality.
By replacing the I/me distinction with the concept of the implicative affirmative of the not-me self self-autonomy and self-reflexivity increases while the novelty and originality that identifies Meadâ€™s I-self, his psychological mechanism for the inner restructuring of experience into...
What happens when four teenagers of different social statuses go on a roadtrip together after graduation? An alligator episode, a dumpy motel, a church, dressing up as nuns, and more funny and romantic stuff!
A shy girls fist day of school:)
Just a note to everyone who read this - if you know someone that's not all that into socializing, don't just assume they're stuck up. Maybe they're just not good at talking to people.
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and...
This is just a poem about what I wrote. If you know what I'm talking about and you're going to my school try not to take it personally coz this is how I express my feelings.
By Neta Quinn
Typical adolescents are motivated by external and internal factors, such as, inner longings, dreams, goals, parents, peers, and rewards. This writing dives into what motivates adolescents and compares the typical adolescent with the character Alex P. Keaton, made famous by Michael J. Fox, on...
This is my first attempt. Sorry if the beginning drags on a bit. I think I got a bit carried away in character development!!
Advice and comments more than welcome!
Vanessa's mum narrates a story about two lovers, who are forbidden to meet because of the social classes. But they only wanted hapiness, so they soon found a way to escape from the chains that were holding them away from each other...
Two characters, one story. A darkly humorous snapshot of the sinister machinations of family.
An anecdote/reflection written shortly after I deactivated my Facebook account. Enjoy and please give your opinion: do you agree or disagree?
By Sergey Kronin
Here you may find translated contents of a book by Sergey Kronin "Temperology: Manifesto of a Middle Class"
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This is a poem that I wrote during my sociology mock. It's about the state of the world today.
We're all people and who's to say that the classy girl isn't trash under the nice clothes? What makes us all so diffrent? There really are somethings that go across all classes.