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In other words, there are substantial issues and various points linked to autism. What is most important is to come up with relevant point of view about it. The work at hand points out some relevant views about autism based on the point of view of the film.
At certain point, the film simply showcases the thought that autism could be due to environmental toxins. This has remarkable basis, which particularly includes the prevailing lifestyle of the people in the modern world. With the advancement of technology and the innovative approach of creating something new in the market place, people are bound to experience relevant health, psychological and emotional variations. At some point, one remarkable change that may be brought by this is relevant to the level of learning of an individual. Autism based on the film is considered as a problem associated with learning. A person having difficulty in learning might be highly influence by the presence of autism or any symptoms associated with it. However, the thought that this might be due to environmental toxins remains debatable. For this reason, there is another point of view that surfaces.
The issue about neurodiversity is so strong that it encourages everybody to support a person under the condition of autism. For the reason that there are only few cases of autism and average people do not act the way an autistic person does, many experts believe that it is quite substantial point to consider that autism is not a normal mental condition after all, but something that requires moral support from all concerned. This view is humanistic in its approach, and in fact, this is how the film presents the point of looking at autism as something that may require substantial public consciousness.
Based on these thoughts, there are vital topics or concerns that may be good items for teachers to consider. Taking into account the concept of learning and the prevalence of autism are phenomenal ideas.
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This paper focuses on reflections regarding the movie and how they convey concepts of symbolic interactionism, functionalism, and conflict theory. The synopsis of the film centers on Paula Crisostomo. Like other minorities, she experienced inequality in the community.
The concept behind this movie is a political story taking birth from a young ant named as 'Z-4195'. The story revolves around Z who is not currently content with his present state; he believes that there is more to struggle in life apart from the basic necessities.
These animals allow the testing to be done to them simply because they do not know any better. Their lives are in our hands and we do not seem to care as a society whether they live or die as long as we get what we want from them. That is why there are organizations such as the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) that help to reduce or eliminate the effects of animal testing by educating researchers, physicians, and government leaders as to alternative testing methods that do not require the use of animals.
With this overview analysis on the articles main aim it will in addition help interpret and analyze the Chinese culture by centralizing mainly on the theme of change in the three movies while also highlighting their similarities and difference of how they are represented in the films.
y of well-known martial arts hero Wong Fei-Hung (Jet Lee) in the setting of historical transition from a closed to an open-economy China that Western forces are abusing for its human and natural resources. Analyzing the role of violence in the film helps understand the cultural
As Buddy’s assistant, Guy was asked to do demeaning jobs, humiliated, and abused. The scene wherein Guy wants to go to the bathroom, and Buddy did not allow him certainly is an abuse of power. At one time, Buddy claimed the
interactions between the widowed (and seemingly depressed) Professor Walter Vale, who visits his Manhattan apartment to find that it is being lived in by Tarek Khalil, a Syrian musician, and Zainab, a Senegalese who sells handmade trinkets on the street. The trio form a hesitant
Ginger desires for a better life for herself together with her friends despite all of them being captives at the Tweedys Egg Farm. Following this, she attempts to break out only end up in a life of solitude. However, time is running out for her and her friends as