After watching the Raise the Age video, the Kalief Browder interview, and the New York State Assembly video, create a 3-minute presentation

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watch these enclosed videos to be able to answer these questions
https://nyassembly.gov/raisetheage/
https://youtu.be/56zlBGdHoZQ
After watching the Raise the Age video, the Kalief Browder interview, and the New York State Assembly video, create a 3-minute presentation to answer the
questions below.

For the presentation you may use PowerPoint slides

1. Identify three areas of reform in the criminal justice system.

2. What resonated most with you about Kalief Browder’s story and the need for decriminalization of court-involved youth?
3. Identify two ways that Harlem Children Zone (hcz.org)can support the Raise the Age criminal justice reform.
4. How would you gain staff buy-in and support from the leaders and staff at your organization to engage in Raise the Age criminal justice reform?

enclosed are lecture notes

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Type of assignment: Writing from scratch

Subject: movie review

Pages / words: 16 / 4000

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Academic level: Undergraduate

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Topic: Movie review and ethical issues, movie name The corporation (2003)

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Movie name: the corporation (2003)
First Part

Who is the director
Who are the main characters
What was the impact of the film
Is it based on a true story?

Short description of the plot

Main ethical issues (maybe more than one, if so it is better)

Behaviours of the actors based on the theoretical part that we have cored in the first classes of the course. Use many of the theories and apply to your film/ to the characters

SECTION B

Opinion and feelings about the film
Did you like it?
Why?
Good motivations to support what you say, Be honest

What impact had the film on you? Did it make you think about something?
Made me think on the real things of life.

Do you think he did the right thing? How would you have reacted instead?

Very subjective question

SECTION C

Answer the three questions
Detailed answers
Deep analysis
Elaborate and expand
Do extra research

Have the three questions separate, not all of them together.

Please find below the questions for the chosen film.1.The film lists several features of psychopathic personality disorder and notes how they apply to corporations. These include the following: (1) callous unconcern for the feelings of others, (2) incapacity to maintain enduring relationships, (3) reckless disregard for the safety of others, (4) deceitfulness: repeated lying and conning others for profit, (5) incapacity to experience guilt, (6) failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors. Are any of these exaggerations regarding the true nature of corporations?2.A corporate spy states in the film the following: “It’s about competition, it’s about market shares. It’s about being aggressive. It’s about shareholder value: what is your stock at today. If you’re a CEO, do you think your shareholders really care if you’re Billy Buttercup or not? Do you think they’d prefer for you to be a nice guy over having money in their pocket? I don’t think so. I think people want money. That’s the bottom line.” Is this an accurate portrayal of shareholder’s interests?3.The movie opens indicating that the world dominance of corporations is a recent historical phenomenon, and in some ways has replaced the power of monarchies, the church, and other governing social institutions. If there will always be dominating, self-serving institutions, why is corporate rule today any worse than the alternatives? At another point the narrator states that “It should not surprise us that corporate allegiance to profits will trump their allegiance to any flag.” Assuming this is true, what is so bad about this?

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Type of assignment: Writing from scratch

Subject: movie review

Pages / words: 4 / 1100

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Academic level: Undergraduate

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Topic: batman vs joker compare and contrast essay using moral judgement

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have been required to choose 2 movies, write a compare and contrast essay using moral judgement

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Subject: movies

Pages / words: 4 / 1100

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Topic: Analyzing a show Clip Big Bang Theory

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Please visit this site below for the short episode clip of Big Bang Theory:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPZRtlqBgYk

Write an essay analysis on the clip watched

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Type of assignment: essay

Subject: movie review

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Topic: Watch PI movie and answer questions

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Watch PI movie and answer questions in paragraph form
PI QUESTIONS

1. Max makes certain statements and claims to belief, which he repeats many times. First, Math (number) is the language of the universe. Second, Nature can be expressed in these numbers. Third, If you graph (or otherwise represent) these numbers, patterns will emerge. Fourth, if you can discover these patterns, you can find the key to understanding the apparent chaos, and you can predict everything. What is your opinion of Max’s core beliefs? Do they really apply to the universe? Could a mathematical pattern be something like the DNA if the universe?

2. The complete title of the film is “Pi: Faith in Chaos”. How does the concept of faith apply to the film?

3. The complete title of the film is “Pi: Faith in Chaos”. How does the concept of chaos apply to the film?

4. Suppose that there is a mathematical pattern that allows one to comprehend the order of the universe. How would that impact the question of free will and determinism?

5. Are the concepts of free will and determinism mutually exclusive? (or using a term from the course, disjoint)

6. Patterns are used everywhere in this film. For instance the spiral pattern in the coffee creamer, the slinky, smoke, shells and plants. In Chapter 1 of our text, we looked for hidden patterns in number sequences, and (briefly) discussed the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden Ratio, both of which have been (reliably) related to some patterns in nature. How far can this be extended? To life, to the universe? Can this concept be generalized? Is this belief an underlying assumption that makes us study mathematics?

7. Men (or women) risks their minds in pursuit of a dangerous obsession. Is the character of Max (in Pi) a fictionalization of Cantor or Godel (or Boltzmann or Turing for that matter) as described in “Dangerous Knowledge”? Why and/or why not.

8. It has been said that “one problem of mathematics is that you can’t prove it (or even accept it) except on its own terms”. To what extent does this apply to the understanding of this film?

9. How much real math is actually in this film? There is certainly some, the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden Ratio, but there is also lost of numerology. Does this count as mathematics? In your opinion, how much math is really in the film?

10. Aronofsky (the director) used the “hip hop pill montage” to signify the start of each of Max’s migraine headaches. In the montage, extreme camera angles, drastic contrasts in lighting and strange music to create a manic atmosphere until the migraine headache attack is over. The director repeats the same sequence even though the hallucinations are different. Does the pattern, which give the viewer a sense of familiarity with the attacks, work well, or since each attack is unique, would it be better to make each scene different?

11. Near the end, Max goes thru a self-inflicted “Trepanning”. Google search this term, (there is an extended entry on Wikipedia) and write a few sentences about its use in the film. Why does Max decide to destroy the mathematical section of his brain? Does it lead to a satisfactory conclusion of the film?

12. There are two groups after Max to reveal his 216 digit number, one is a Wall Street Firm who believe the number will reveal the future prices of stocks, and a sect of religious Jews who believe the number will reveal the name of God. How are motives of these two groups similar? How are they different?

13. To you, what was the most special and noteworthy scene in the entire film? Explain why you felt that way about that special scene?

14. To you, what was the best acted scene in the entire film. Explain why you felt that way about the actor(s) in that scene.

15. Suggest a question that you might add if you were writing this assignment.

16. Answer the question that you suggested (in the preceding question)

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Latino Experience in the U.S. watch film and write 1 page summary

HISTORICAL FILMS for EXTRA CREDIT
Latino Experience in the U.S.
Where to obtain films:
Those who have Netflix or other accounts would have ready access to many of these films, but there are other
sources for free copies. The BMCC Library is a starting point, but they may have only a small percentage of these.
Some of these have been placed online at YouTube or other sites, so a search may reveal good access. Public
libraries tend to have excellent collections of free films so you may wish to check with the NYC library or other
public libraries that might be closer to where you live. Finally, in many cases these may be purchased used for less
than $5 from online sites such as Amazon.com Marketplace.
Note: Films in bold are particularly recommended.
Caribbean
1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992)
Apocalypto (2006, About the Mexican Yucatan peninsula in antiquity)
Lost History: Rediscovering the Taíno People (Documentary)
True Pirates of the Caribbean (2006, The History Channel, Parts 1-3 on YouTube)
Cuba
Buena Vista Social Club (1999, Aging Cuban musicians resurrect their careers)
Cuba Libre (2015, Spanish American War drama)
Cuban Blood (2003, About the Cuban Revolution – Original title Dreaming of Julia).
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)
Dreaming of Julia (2003, About the Cuban Revolution)
A Few Good Men (1992, with Tom Cruise)
Fidel Castro (2005, PBS American Experience)
The Good Shepherd (2006, Spy film with Robert de Niro and Angelina Jolie)
Havana (1990 with Robert Redford)
Hemingway and Gellhorn (2012 with Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen)
The Lost City (2005)
Rough Riders (1997, Teddy Roosevelt in the Spanish-American War)
Thirteen Days (2000, The Cuban Missile Crisis)
Topaz (1969)
Tracing Che (2013, Pure History Specials)
Dominican Republic
Chocolate Country (2007, Documentary of cacao farmers seeking organic certification for trade)
Cristo Rey (2013, Haitians and Dominicans struggle against complex political context in Santo Domingo)
In the Time of the Butterflies (2001, The story of the Mirabal sisters and their fight against Rafael Trujillo)
La Soga (2009, A Dominican policeman fights DR corruption. Filmed in the DR and NYC’s Washington Heights)
Road to the Big Leagues (2008, Documentary about young Dominicans wishing to play baseball)
Sugar (2008, Young Dominican pitcher makes it to the major leagues in baseball)
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Haiti
Toussaint L’Ouverture (2012 – English subtitles)
Dreams of Democracy (1987)
Jamaica
Cool Runnings (1983, Sports film)
Slavery in Jamaica (On YouTube, BBC – True Story of Beckford Family)
Puerto Rico
El Cantante (2006, About Hector Lavoe and introduction of salsa music to the U.S. mainland)
Europe and Caribbean/Slavery
Amazing Grace (2006, About the end of the British slave trade)
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007, The English queen faces Spain)
GREATER LATIN AMERICA
Argentina
The Mission (1986, Robert de Niro, Priest converts Indians but over-ruled by the Pope)
Evita (1996, musical)
Bermuda
The Deep (1977, Jaqueline Bisset, scuba diving mystery)
Chile [Both about Pinochet regime]
The House of the Spirits (1993)
Missing (1982)
Mexico
One Man’s Hero (1998, The St. Patrick’s Brigade during Mexican-American War)
Juarez (1939, biography of the Mexican president, an Indian)
The Undefeated (1969 – Juárez era, Confederates and Union in post-war Mexico)
Viva Zapata (1952, Mexican Revolution)
Old Gringo (1989, Gregory Peck, about the American writer Ambrose Bierce)

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Type of assignment: Essay

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Topic: Film Critique essay

INSTRUCTIONS: PICK EITHER A OR B

A:
1) Read “The Mythos of Patriarchy in the X-Men Films” (https://www.dropbox.com/s/rmiclqsen4jldff/Kaklamanidou.pdf?dl=0 by Betty Kaklamanidou.
2) Then watch X-Men: Apocalypse (directed by Bryan Singer, 2016).
3) Finally, write an essay in which you determine whether Kaklamanidou’s argument applies to X-Men: Apocalypse. Does X-Men: Apocalypse confirm Kaklamanidou’s assessment of the X-Men universe as “governed by male rules” and in which “no woman could ever hope to ascend to the top” (72)?
**Note that Kaklamanidou bases her argument on earlier X-Men films.

B:
1) Watch Get Out (Directed by Jordan Peele, 2017)
2) After watching the film, read “American Psychos”(Opens new window) https://theoutline.com/post/1185/get-out-white-liberals by Tolulope Edionwe.
3) Finally write an essay answering “According to Edionwe, how does her movie-watching environment reflect the actual terrors played out in the film?”
**Consider also how bell hooks’s theory “eating the other” plays out in the film Get Out

For whichever article you choose, your critique needs to take into account the complexity of the author’s definition (EX. Kaklamanidou’s definition of the myth of patriarchy). Your critique does not need to address every aspect of the author’s essay—only those aspects that help you meet the assignment’s parameters. The critique also needs to support your thesis with a close reading of specific scenes from the film.
Citations:
Kaklamanidou, Betty. 2011. “The Mythos of Patriarchy in the X-Men Films.” In The 21st Century Superhero: Essays on Gender, Genre and Globalization in Film, edited by Richard J. Gray and Betty Kaklamanidou, 61-74. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
Edionwe, T. (2017, March 2). American Psychos. Retrieved November 8, 2019, from https://theoutline.com/post/1185/get-out-white-liberals.
For this assignment, do you need to consult secondary sources. You do not need to include the film in your Works Cited page; however, you do need to include the article in a Works Cited page and to cite it properly throughout your paper. Use your APA citation style (in-text citations).

Topic: 1907 Panic Intro essay

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Introduction. Please write a new addition to the first part of the opening. I am thinking of about 1,500 words to capture the essence and drama of the 1907 panic; provide whiff of cordite.
who were some of the key personalities, and what were the key triggers.
I want to use somewhat of a creative flair to capture the unfolding drama that led to the decision to deny help to Knickerbocker Trust.
Please review and rewrite sections of the introduction to make sure that the new piece fits in and flows with the rest of the document.
Again I am seeking help structure, organisation, and tone.
The reference style is The Historical Journal.

1500 words from scratch

Topic: Movie about Soviet Union film report

SLST 450 Film Report Question (Fall 2019):
If the Soviet were to make in the 1970s a spy film entitled From America with Love, what would
its setting, plot, and main characters have been like?
Answer this question in the form of a short essay of between 4 and 5 double-spaced pages in
length that would demonstrate your ability to analyze both the James Bond film From Russia
with Love and the conventions of the Soviet films we have studied in this course so far. Please do
not do any additional research. If they are relevant, you are welcome to refer to the assigned
readings posted on CourseSpaces; any referencing style would do. The films and their discussion
in class would probably constitute the main basis of your film report. Please make sure that your
short essay answers the film report question. This is no need to talk about the Cold War in
general or retell the plot of From Russia with Love. There is no single correct answer. You can
get creative or satirical, you can also write in a traditional serious academic style—everything is
fine as long as you demonstrate your understanding of how these cultural/ideological models
worked. Your film reports are to be submitted in class on 6 November 2019. Do not email me
your reports without my prior permission. Reports submitted late will be subject to a late penalty:
7 percent for the first day and 5 percent for the subsequent days. Plagiarism (such as copying
fragments of text off the internet, purchasing a paper from a web site or paying another person to
write it for you) will result in a “0” mark on an offending assignment with no chance to redo it.
Please consult the University Calendar for a full definition of plagiarism and other academic
offenses (including unauthorized use of an editor). Good luck!

Topic: Sociology essay

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Before you start reading please note this order need to be done with easy English Language for International Student.

please find order description below:
Introduction to sociology

Text Book: You May Ask Yourself (Dalton Conley, Fifth edition).

Homework details:
Movies You Can Use For Final Paper
1. The Breakfast Club
2. Mean Girls
3. Boys Don’t Cry
Applying your sociological knowledge to one of the above movies, only one move, using sociological vocabulary and theories.

A minimum, 4 pages and represent those 4 chapters (Cultural and Media, Groups and Networks, Gender and Race) from the course. A minimum of 25 correctly used concepts or theories are required. You should highlight each of these 25 concepts throughout your paper, so I may easily find and identify them. Additionally, you must choose one sociological theory, which you will use as a sociological lense to explain the movie. You should identify the chapters and theory you are using at the opening of the paper and communication.