Essays Tagged: "recognise"

The elements of design - line, colour, tone, shape, space etc.

d shape. Lines donot occur in nature. They are simply used to translate a form into something we canrecognise on paper. The outline just symbolises the object we represent.- Combinations of line can b ...

(5 pages) 318 0 4.1 Sep/1996

Subjects: Art Essays > Design Arts

A Thematic Analysis of Psycho

acter within the plot to enhance the film's psychological effects for an audience that is forced to recognise its own neurosis and psychological inadequacies as it is compelled to identify, for varyin ... he voices of those that her crime and disappearance has affected while the audience is compelled to recognise as to why it can so easily identify with Marion despite her wrongful actions.As Marion's j ...

(6 pages) 288 3 3.6 Feb/1997

Subjects: Art Essays > Film & TV Studies > Film Review and Analysis

"The Cay -Book Review by Theodore Taylor"

some reason his mother thinks they are dirty and unpleasant. Throughout the novel Phillip begins to recognise that Negroes are ordinary people who should have the same rights as whites and he decides ...

(3 pages) 62 0 3.8 Jan/1997

Subjects: Literature Research Papers

The Benefits, or Otherwise, of the Immune Response. Speaks also of Aids and cancer

The immune system functions beneficially to recognise and remove foreign agents and abnormal or worn out cells. The processes by which these end ... ction of leukaemia cells making it much less likely that a relapse will occur.AIDSProbably the most recognised feature of the immune response which causes problems is that of immunodeficiency, and the ... turns into AIDS.CancerTumour cells have a number of surface structures which the immune system can recognise as antigenic. The immune system is able to respond to tumours by employing CTL-mediated ly ...

(6 pages) 70 0 4.0 Feb/1996

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Health & Medicine

"A day in the life of a male prostitute". An analyse of the short story Jubilee by Graham Greene

t Mr. Chalfont has not joined in the festivities, because he is afraid somebody from his past might recognise him and wants to visit him. He did not want to show them the room he was living in. The on ...

(10 pages) 47 0 3.0 Oct/2002

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > Poetry

How does the body achieve the functional silencing of antigen reactive clones?

ional silencing of antigen reactive clones?The central tenet of the immune system is the ability to recognise and remove non-self components without affecting self components. The T cells and B cells ... kes it up, processes it and presents it to a T cellIf the self-antigen has a T-cell antigen that is recognised by the T-cell TCR then the B cell will act as an APC and present it to the T cell which w ...

(13 pages) 41 0 2.5 Jan/1995

Subjects: Science Essays > Biology > Human Biology

Analyse some of the ways in which the visual elements of the text such as camera angles, backgrounds used and framing present ideology.

nd in the background you can see the familiar window, which denotes where they are, as the audience recognise it from previous episodes. The scene then cuts to Chandler, so you assume he gives the tip ... e living room, the kitchen and the master bedroom. By having so few locations, the audience becomes recognised to the sets in that particular sitcom. In Barbara mise en scene is used to reflect the si ...

(11 pages) 100 0 3.3 Nov/2002

Subjects: Art Essays > Film & TV Studies > Genre Study

The role of quality

andard and is therefore of sufficient quality.The quality a hotel is denoted by the internationally recognised star rating system, i.e. a 1 star hotel will provide the most basic of comforts, and a 5 ... sic of comforts, and a 5 star hotel will provide the most comforts and services. We can immediately recognise then, by simply looking at a hotel's star rating how good it will be and how good of a tim ...

(5 pages) 549 1 4.5 Nov/2002

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

Simpsons-describing how the opening titles add to the Simpsons popularity and why they are so important to the Simpsons package

re in for. It introduces the main characters and the town of Springfield. The viewer can relate and recognise the working class family and anybody can interact with the T.V. It is important they are w ... ore the dreamy, cloudy start is essential to "The Simpsons" and is almost a trademark that everyone recognises. If a viewer changes the channel to "The Simpsons" and sees the clouds and yellow font th ...

(6 pages) 258 11 5.0 Dec/2002

Subjects: Art Essays > Film & TV Studies

Mussolini and the Church; rivals or collaborators?

l Italian states had united, forcing the Papal States and Rome into the merger. The Pope refused to recognise the Italian states and this remained the case until 1922.From the merger in 1870 Liber ...

(5 pages) 37 0 2.6 Feb/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

A discussion of Margerat Atwood's use of shock in 'The Handmaid's Tale, and how it relates to current issues.

nature of the society, especially when juxtaposed against Offred's reminiscences of the life we can recognise. There is the shock of brutality in the descriptions of the Wall, the Ceremony and Particu ... stop seeing it as related to our everyday lives. It is through Offred's memories of a world we can recognise that we remain appalled by the events described for us. While shopping she remembers a sig ...

(11 pages) 79 1 5.0 Mar/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > North American > Authors

Germany's Quest for Unification.

an states, then explain the advantages that a disunited Germany presented to its neighbours, and to recognise the five key countries and their respective interests in having control over the affairs o ...

(9 pages) 122 0 4.0 May/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

Feminism and reading advertising images.

iews can be so entrenched however that a new feminism, that will attract younger members, "needs to recognise, develop and enhance women's abilities to negotiate images"(Lumby, 1997;25)One of the most ...

(6 pages) 165 1 4.5 Jun/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Civil Rights > Women's Studies

Cinema review in the form of newspaper article/essay, of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, so personal opinion is included.

emain nameless except for labels such as "Miss Torso" and "Miss Lonely-hearts", these are people we recognise as part of our own lives. Then, there is L.B Jeffries, played by James Stewart. He is the ...

(3 pages) 65 0 5.0 Jul/2003

Subjects: Art Essays > Film & TV Studies > Film Review and Analysis

Why the Government and the public should NOT focus more energy and funds into bush/country areas- relating specefically to Australia.

'special needs' area is long gone. Now is the time to embrace the egalitarian ideal we so strongly recognise, to aim for equality between city and bush areas.The core idea is simple; all it requires ...

(2 pages) 17 0 5.0 Aug/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Current Issues

"No Sugar": analysis of the play.

hat's how the whites saw it back in the early 19 hundreds of the Australian settlement. They didn't recognise the aboriginal people to be as people, to them they were but cheap labour. The Australian ... of them. One cannot survive unless one has ones' purpose. To aboriginal people their purpose was unrecognised due to the destruction of their past. Which meant that their purpose was lost and without ...

(2 pages) 65 0 3.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: Art Essays > Performing Arts

"East Moors" by Gillian Clarke with Welsh Landscape by R.S.Thomas.

has produced a sense of personal belief. She has used real place names which makes helps the reader recognise the area and identify the places she has written about. She has written about the local co ...

(7 pages) 18 0 4.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > Poetry

Do infants have an innate ability to recognise the human face and imitate facial expressions?

mitation is it possible to draw some conclusions. Similarly, it is not known whether or not infants recognise the human face innately or if it is knowledge acquired over time. Morton and Johnson sugge ... n and Johnson suggest infants may be born with CONSPEC a mechanism which enables them to learn, and recognise their mothers by, external features.Piaget (1951), considered the imitation of facial gest ...

(7 pages) 124 1 4.4 Nov/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology

Evaluate Aristotle's argument(s) for his claim that happiness (eudaimonia) is the goal of human life.

s for his claim that happiness (eudaimonia) is the goal of human life, I believe it is important to recognise the true problem at hand, which can be seen to be, does Aristotle succeed arguing that hap ...

(8 pages) 216 0 5.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Philosophy > Classical Philosophy

Critical review of a chapter from 'Teaching children to learn' by Fisher. of use for any trainee teacher doi8ng a Education Studies module.

ess'. We all have individual learning styles unique to us. Many psychologists agree with Fisher and recognise the different learning methods:'In many of his works, Piaget takes pains to point out that ...

(7 pages) 155 0 3.7 Feb/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Education