Research Paper On Road Rage

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  • Analysis of Raqing Bull

    An 8 page research paper that analyzes the film Raging Bull (directed by Martin Scorsese for United Artists), in which actor Robert De Niro gives a stellar performance as Jake La Motta, a middleweight prizefighter (Raging Bull, 1995). Ostensibly, the film is about Jake's boxing career, but a closer examination of this film reveals that the heart of the film focuses on how Jake handles his relationship to his wife, Vickie (Cathy Moriarty) and his brother Joey (Joe Pesci), as well as to the "degradation and defeat" that eventually "spiritually redeem him" (Raging Bull, 1995). In this analysis, the film's character structure, themes, cinematography, sound, image and symbolism and editing style, while also demonstrating how these various aspects of the film combine seamlessly to create an exemplary cinematic experience. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Master's Degree in Nursing and Self Development

    A 15 page essay/research paper that offers a student a comprehensive template for discussing self development in reference to pursuing a masters degree in nursing. It is taken as axiomatic that in order to reach a specific destination, it is wise to obtain a road map and plan one's route for reaching that destination. Similarly, this type of thinking is equally wise in regards to life in general. In order to achieve specific goals, that is, one's "destination," it is advantageous to have a "road map," which delineates, first of all, what the destination-goals are and offers a strategy for achieving them. The development of such a "road map" begins with self knowledge. However, it also entails looking at available options; evaluating areas for possible improvement, and consideration of lifetime goals and objectives, both professional and personally. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Homosexuality and Contemporary Jewish Views

    This 10 page report discusses Jewish perspectives on homosexuality. It is essential to understand that in Judaism, sex and love are perpetually connected. Debates, both secular and non-secular have raged over the various aspects of sexual orientation for most of the 20th century. Traditional Judaism has seen - and continues to see - homosexuality as an abomination. More modern interpretations offer a number of other possibilities in thinking. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Boxers and Boxing in the Films When We Were Kings and Raging Bull

    This 6 page report discusses and compares Martin Scorcese’s 1980 portrayal of Jake La Motta in “Raging Bull” with “When We Were Kings” (1996), an Oscar-winning documentary that tells the story of what was known in 1974 as the “Rumble in the Jungle.” It was a fight that pitted two of the greatest boxers the world has ever seen against one another -- Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. The report addresses what each film has to say about both the sport of boxing and the actual boxers. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Should The United States Legalize Medical Marijuana Use?

    5 pages in length. The double-edged argument over the benefits and drawbacks of medical marijuana is one that continues to rage between those who support the idea of legalizing physician-prescribed cannabis and those who contend such a decision would open the floodgates for abuse and allow for the legalization of other, more dangerous drugs. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

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