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What Is Slang and How Is It Used?
A living language such as English is a dynamic flow of spoken and written terms, eternally evolving. Whenever people use the language they cause it to flow in and around itself, creating new meanings, ways to express. Term “slang” reflects the dynamics of the language and therefore is very obscure and ambiguous. Although it is…
Flag debate: Should the Australian flag be changed?
The Australian flag was chosen in 1901, when a competition was held to design our countrys flag. The guidelines of this competition included that the Union Jack and Southern Cross should appear on the flag. However, I believe that in the year 2001, the Australian flag needs to be changed. During the course of this…
Role Of Colour In Impressionism
In this essay, I shall try to examine how great a role colour played in the evolution of Impressionism. Impressionism in itself can be seen as a linkage in a long chain of procedures, which led the art to the point it is today. In order to do so, colour in Impressionism needs to be…
Taking Judith Butler’s assertion
Taking Judith Butler’s assertion that identity is ‘culturally constructed’ where ‘bodies are understood as passive recipients of an inexorable cultural law’ , this dissertation will seek to explore the ways and methods by which theatre and contemporary performance can interrogate and challenge age identity: The reconceptualization of identity as an effect, that is, as produced…
My Cultural Awareness About Haitian Culture
Today, I will be focusing my cultural presentation on the Republic of Haiti, and the beliefs derived from the Haitian culture. Known for its’ warm tropical climate, beautiful mountainous lands, reaching over 8,000 feet. Its’ native name has the meaning “Land of High Mountains”. Haiti is a small country located in the Caribbean Sea between…