What We Really Miss About The 1950s

What we really miss about the 1950s is the feeling of unity. During that decade, the United States was a powerhouse both economically and militarily. Everyone seemed to be working together towards a common goal. Nowadays, it feels like there’s more division than ever. Political parties are at each other’s throats, and it seems like … Read more

The Pros And Cons Of Segregation

Society as a whole tends to seek out our nation’s smallest leaders to thrive in a world free from the poisons of inclination and separation, to go after their fantasies and feel that whatever they wish to fulfill in life is feasible. We aspire for them to feel adored, included, and never to encounter the … Read more

Arlie Hochschild

Drawing on the work of Arlie Hochschild, I will argue that Hochschild’s theory of emotion management best describes my experience. Emotions were internally judged by myself and therefore, attempted to changed based on the cultural context I was in and the interaction I was engaged in. This essay will discuss how emotion work occurred during … Read more

Essay about The Memory Keepers Daughter

The Memory Keeper’s Daughter: Literature Analysis By:Nyanna Pepper The book I decided to read was The Memory Keeper’s Daughter by Kim Edwards. I chosed this book because it demonstrated real life situations, teaching us lessons that 9th graders can use in their later future while creating fascinating storyline to keep the story entertaining. This story … Read more