90后80后70后

70后,80后和90后生活都有多的不同。差别的体现在喝酒,钱,结婚,交友和对老板的态度等方面。

在喝酒方面:70后他们有朋友可以跟他们干杯,他们就是回去。80后喝好多真到喝不下了才回家。90后说他们不是随便喝酒的人但是喝酒的时候,他们会随心所欲地喝很多酒, 即使。喝不下了也还喝。我觉得90后缺少职责感。而70后和80后对社会对家庭有很多责任,不随便喝酒是因为要么需要上班,要么需要关照孩子。

在对于理财方面(钱) :70后节省钱并且。他们老的时候不需要焦急。80后浪费很多钱和喜欢购物所以他们老的时候有多的负载。90后说他们的父母可以帮制他们所以他们没事了。我听说中国人父母不让他们的孩子找工作。只要他们学习,父母给孩子钱。孩子长大的时候不止不知道努力是什么意思,还不知道怎么谋生赚自己的钱。

在结婚方面: 70后男人喜欢处女所以他们只要跟外女结婚。80后只想找一个感情好的人来结婚。我觉得很好,因为我也这么觉得。 90后不想结婚或者他们不要那么快结婚,是因为他们用时间玩和找性伙伴关系。这是可以理解的,但是他们应该思考80后的想法。他们不可以永远找性伙伴关系,因为那样的生活方式不健康。

在社交方面: 70后跟陌生人一起找话题说因为喜欢聊天。但是如果和兴趣不同的人,有时候难免会很尴尬。80后认为故意找话题跟陌生人聊天很奇怪也很累。他们觉得跟陌生人聊天没有意思因为只是陌生人。90后女人除了帅哥以外,他们不要跟陌生人结交。当然女人喜欢跟帅哥结交,但是我不觉得她们只结交陌生帅哥。无论女的男的,只要兴趣相投90后女人都会去结交。我不相信90后女人那么肤浅。

和老板吃饭的时候,70后吃饭的时候喜欢跟老板吃和坐老板的旁边。80后感觉坐老板的旁边不太舒服所以最好坐别的位子。90后是他们自己的老板,不要别人给他们命令。有些90后可能不太在乎老板的看法,所以不要完全遵循老板。我觉得70后的很多雇员感觉老板的地位比他们的地位太高所以不让坐老板旁边。不止地位太低,还怕老板。

按照这个网络帖子的说法,90后越来越傲慢,唯我独尊-。我也是90后,但是我不完全同意这网络帖子。我,我的朋友和我的同学没有帖子中说的那些消极态度。如果有人相信90后真有那么差的态度,我希望每个90后努力多一点,用事实和行动给人看他们的想法错了。同时我也希望00后不给人更不好的印象。

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Topic, Question, and Product

Topic Brainstorm
These are the topics I would possibly like to do my Cultural Revolution project on:
  • Lin Biao - The "Lin Biao Affair" and how he may or may not have betrayed the country.
  • Music - Songs from the CR that the Red Guards sang and people listened to.
  • Propaganda - How was media used to manipulate people and promote Mao.
Research Question/Statement
Ideas for question: What did songs from the CR typically sound like?
Were songs from the CR effective in Mao's ideology?
My question is: How did songs from the CR influence people and what kind of songs were most popular?
I chose it because: I wanted to know how Mao used songs to promote his ideology and how he built his cult of personality using songs.

Product Brainstorm
If I choose to do music, I could research songs from the revolution and what the Red Guards sang and how they make people nostalgic. I could also learn one of the songs on guitar and perform it but for now I think I will make a Keynote presentation, poster, or burn the songs to a CD. I think that I should have some way to present songs since my topic will be about music.

Product
My final product will an eBook.
Download file "Cultural Revolution eBook.key"

Resources
Source Reliability Value Relevance
Website Moderate to high reliability. High because the site includes a variety of songs from the CR as well as lyrics.
News High reliability because it is from a popular news source. Has information on the CR and what type of songs were played during the time.

Source List
Source Format Example
Website Author. Title of publication. Editor. Date published. Date accessed. Branigan, Tania. "Red Songs Ring out in Chinese City's New Cultural Revolution." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 22 Apr. 2011. Web. 15 May 2013.
News Author. Title of publication. Website title. Website publisher. Date published. Date accessed. Davis, Peter G. "Cultural Revolution." NYMag.com. New York Media LLC, 12 Aug. 2002. Web. 15 May 2013.
Website Title of publication. Website title. Date accessed. "The Internet Chinese Music ArchiveThe Great Empire of China." The Internet Chinese Music Archive. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 May 2013.
Website Author. Title of publication. Website page title. Date published. Date accessed. Joseph, William A. "Songs of the Cultural Revolution." Songs of the Cultural Revolution. Bill Jodrph, 28 Aug. 2000. Web. 28 Mar. 2013.
News Author. Title of publication. Website title. Website publisher. Date published. Date accessed. Liu, Yiman. "Rethinking Cultural Revolution Culture." Rethinking Cultural Revolution Culture. N.p., 4 June 2001. Web. 15 May 2013.

Notes From Sources
The songs sang by Red Guards were very popular because they showcased China's desired path of simplicity and sincerity. Songs from the CR represented happiness, harmony, and being positive. They were short, catchy, and easy to remember so many adults today in China still remember songs from the time.
"The East Is Red" is one of the most popular songs from the CR.

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Effect of AIDs on South-Africa's Children

This article is about the crisis of orphans in sub-Saharan Africa and has some information about an orphan named Nkosi who experienced the disease that can be found here.

MLA Citation --
Mason, Berry. "The effects of the AIDS epidemic on Southern Africa's children."
World Socialist Web Site. WSWS, n.d. Web. 28 May 2001.
<http://www.wsws.org/articles/2001/may2001/aids-m28.shtml>.

Summary --
An 11-year-old boy named Nkosi was born with AIDs/HIV and after his death, a lady named Gail Johnson took him in and decided to foster him. A documentary was made about this boy and it covered 18 months of his life. Since then, he has become an inspiration to everyone in South Africa who suffers from AIDs/HIV.

Christian AIDs has reported that there are around 12 million children in total being orphaned in Africa as a result of HIV and AIDs. This figure is equivalent to the population of children residing in Britain. Christian AIDs has stated that “Some children have been orphaned two or even three times, as aunts and uncles who took over their care themselves died. Most are malnourished, almost all are denied an education, and tens of thousands end up on the streets.”

The life expectancies of people in cities across Africa have also lowered as the number of people infected with HIV/AIDs increase. This illness does not just affect families, it also affects education. In Zambia, five teachers die every day because of HIV/AIDs.

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Introduction on AIDs in Africa

The impact of HIV & AIDs is a page that can be found here. It has the basic information and some statistics of AIDs and its impact.

MLA Citation --

"The Impact of HIV & AIDS in Africa." AVERT. AVERT, n.d. Web. 5 Mar. 2012. <http://www.avert.org/aids-impact-africa.htm>.


Summary --

Two-thirds of all people that are infected with HIV or AIDs live in sub-Saharan Africa. During 2010, an estimate of 1.2 million adults and children have died from AIDs in sub-Saharan Africa. Since then, more than 15 million Africans have died from AIDs. AIDs also has an impact on hospitals, there are too few beds available for treating ill patients. Sometimes in a household, people who have been regularly working can't anymore because they are too busy staying at home taking care of their sick family members. Children can be forced to abandon their education and resort to prostitution just to take care of their family. Expenses are also cut because of treatment which affects the poor households.

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I chose this issue because I think HIV/AIDs are usually taken for granted. People who are doing well in life, emotionally and financially, probably don’t realize how much STDs can affect you especially if you are in poverty with a family to raise. I didn’t know that AIDs was a really big issue myself because I thought it only affected the careless people but some women are actually forced to work in prostitution for the money which puts them in even bigger danger to catching HIV or AIDs. I’m interested in this issue because I don’t believe something like AIDs should really be this big of a deal but it is. It should be solved quickly so that there’s one less issue in the world to worry about and focus on.

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Art - 'Art Is Where You Put It' Reflection



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Art - Comic Page



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