Acceptance Essays

Graffiti and Popular Culture

The treatment of popular culture is usually dichotomized by the contrast of its being popular because it is patronized by the greatest number of a society’s population and by its being popular because of its proliferation for the benefit of the upper class of the society which greatly utilizes it as a powerful mechanism of subjugation. Sociologists are divided between opposite views. Nevertheless, popular culture does not always reside on the opposites. It can be also perceived as something that…

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A Grieving Women

In the meaningful painting “April Showers” Abraham Rattner portrays a women going through the stages of grief. With the deep cool blue tones, the many emotions of the women’s faces, and the small pops of orange and yellows in the flower bouquet, you get the sense that death has just passed. The many faces of the mourning women suggest she is going through the stages of grief. Some faces of the women are very depressed with deep frowns and sorrowful…

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Freedom to Comment Reflection

People are pressured to conform with the decisions within the group because if we do not we create tension, which is socially unacceptable. It happens all the time, and most of the time keeps quiet so we do not make waves. It’s all about social acceptance and associations that we have an innate need for relationships and we fear the loss of those connections when we oppose the group – which could be on micro level (as small as complying…

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Accepting Rejection and Rejecting Acceptance

Dreamers are most likely to be the kinds of people who are prone to rejections and disappointments. I was once a dreamer who aimed to reach for certain heights which I believed were essential to my so-called “fulfilled life”. When I was young, I was in love with stories as poets are obsessed with their muses. There was something sensuously tempting about the idea of creating a world where your personal ideals exists and the place you have always longed…

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Healthy Grief

Grieving is a natural part of life. Everyone grieves at some point in their lives, whether it’s the loss of a beloved 1st pet fish or a loss of a loved one’s life, everyone grieves differently and everyone requires different approaches during the grieving process. This paper will describe the various stages of grief and what to expect with each stage. This paper will also compare and contrast the grieving process as defined by Kubler-Ross, the story of Job while…

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