Eddie is the main character in the play and every significant act in the drama is connected to him. He is forceful, energetic and obsessive. He is capable of self-delusion on a grand scale. He is also, however, a character who can show warmth and some generosity.

He is protective towards Catherine at the beginning of the play and he does not wish her to expose herself to the attentions of the men of the neighbourhood. He comments on her clothes and the way she looks. His interest in Catherine

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 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): It is defined as a way by which a corporation maintains a balance among social, economic, and environmental responsibilities in its activities in order to address shareholder and other stakeholder expectations. Also, CSR gives an image that both business and society are inter-related and hence, it can be expressed via 3 principles: Legitimacy Public Responsibility Managerial Discretion...Legitimacy (The principle of legitimacy refers to grants given by Read More



A View from the Bridge is a well-structured play with an uncomplicated shape. The play is in two Acts but within these Acts there are a number of easily defined divisions which are controlled by the lawyer, Alfieri. Alfieri is essential to the structure of the play. He opens and closes the play and at other times we see him as Arthur Miller’s mouthpiece moving the action quickly onwards.

All the action revolves around Eddie Carbone. His character controls the drama. When he is calm and friendly,

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What’s the difference between persuasion and manipulation? Persuasion takes place when the sender of the message tries to take advantage of the ignorance of the receiver in order to shape his or her perception.  Persuasion distinguishes between arguments and conclusions Does not use an emotional approach  Does not discredit other sources by attacking them With manipulation, the intellectual freedom of the receiver is not respected, and at the end of the process the receiver does not have the

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Socialism was a way to express the communist regimes in the 20th Century, born in the 19th Century lead by Karl Marx. Marxist ideologies created two kinds of movements: social democracy (Marx was right, a more equalitarian society could be implemented under a liberal democracy) and real socialism (communism applied by the government, not as an ideology).Real Socialism began in 1917It all began with Stalin. Lenin died in 1924, around 1928 Stalin had absolute power.

The Bolshevik Party had never expected

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In the Basque Country, the end of the war brought the huge social separation between the winners and the losers. During the following forty year that Francoism lasted, at once with economic growth, the opposition against the dictatorship spread. At first opposition’s protagonists were the unions and the political parties from before the war, but, from the 50’s on, new groups, specially ETA, started acting against Francoism.



the war ended, the Basque

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