Research Paper On Road Rage

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  • Phenomenon of Road Rage

    This research paper discusses the recent increasing sociological phenomenon of road rage, that is, instances where drivers become incensed over minor traffic mishaps, which can result in outbreaks of violence. The writer offers an overview of expert opinion, as well as a discussion of the breadth of this problem and possible proposed solutions. This nine page paper has six sources in the bibliography.

  • 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.

  • Human Resource Management, High Road, and Low Road

    In three pages three student posed questions are answered involving the definition of HRM concepts high and low road, then examining a UAE application of them, and finally a UAE government department application. Three sources are listed in the bibliography.

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