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A symbolic sacrifice of one’s part of the body acts as a covenant between the initiate and the fraternal organization. The covenant, which is reinforced by a vow of secrecy promises superior power and masculinity. He argues that adolescent men can only gain a new self, when they obtain new goals, concerns, values, and become socially constructed. An example is given by the author, to demonstrate the argument, where Sean, a young man joins the initiation process when he felt powerless, but came out as an all-powerful individual. Indeed, the ritual processes he endured strengthened him whenever he felt vulnerable. Sean’s honesty and experience taught him how to do away with some issues he would thereafter deny. This is strong evidence that masculine personality is socially negotiated beyond the family setting. Initiates acquire these features as a significant part of their education at higher learning
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The paper analyzes Expressionism and Fauvism. Fauvism, on the other hand, was painting based on painterly qualities and strong color. Fauvism did not focus on realistic values kept by Impressionism. Expressionist art conveys emotion and implication rather than realism. In order to express feeling, the subjects are often made deformed or exaggerated.
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However, the paper the references should be in column form.
The paper follows the ASME formatting concisely from the formatting to layout. The paper has a conference title and number flushed top right, a title and authors aligned
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