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Transcript: Dark Blue A Movie Climax Father John Redmond Catholic High (FJRCH), which is located in Etobicoke, Ontario, was chosen to be the site. It was selected, because it has 4 gigantic floors and hallways big enough to fit Dark Blue’s large student body and also, like the high school in Dark Blue, the outside is exceptionally clean, with a pattern of brown and orange bricks. Moreover, to add to the effect of the perfect high school described in the novel Dark Blue, FJRCH does not have any graffiti on the outside and has large glass windows that surround the school that allows the sunshine to be streaming in all day. Kara Hendricks and Jordan Ferguson have been best friends since kindergarten. That is until Jordan started hanging out with a new "cool" crowd, and forgot about Kara. Devastated, Kara feels beyond betrayed and abandoned by everyone. But then, Kara has the chance to discover something about herself that she never knew before. Description Dark Blue, a novel written by Melody Carlson, revolves around the theme that happiness can be found in unexpected places. The 'unexpected happiness' theme can be seen within the relationship between Kara and Jordan. At first they are close, but then they drift apart, leading Jordan always to look out for her own interest and rarely Kara's. The Settting Shailene Woodley The climax for Dark Blue by: Melody Carson occurs near the end of the novel, and the climax is Kara Hendricks dream becomes true. Her ex-best friend asks to be friends again, but surprisingly Kara turns her down and tells her she does not need a best friend and she has Jesus as her friend. This part of the novel is the climax because, this is the part where the reader becomes most interested in reading the novel and it is the most unexpected, unbelievable, and, unimaginable part in the book. For example..... Theme Kara and Shailene have an enormous amount of similarities both physically and emotionally. Both are young, petite, female teenagers with hazel eyes and medium length brown hair, all encouraging them to have the "Plain Jane "look. Both of them additionally have a younger sibling, so Shailene would relate to having an annoying younger sibling while going through a tough time. Shailene had gone through hardships when she was younger, she had developed scoliosis in high school and had said "It's like wearing a tacky, disgusting, plastic corset for 18 hours a day" and that people treated different when she started wearing the hip to chest brace. The steps, information and details.

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Transcript: Themes Learning how to develop your own thoughts based on others actions. Plot Summary By: Melody Carlson Published in: 2004 by NavPress Kara Hendricks - Very quiet and shy person, doesn't have too many friends. (ex) best friends with Jordan. Scared to confront Jordan on their friendship, so she tries to make other friends Didn't have anything about the story that really made you want to know more Slow start to the book. It was a very religious book, and it was a little much for my liking There is points where you just want to put the book down Not many good quotes that caught my eye I honestly was not a huge fan of this book at all Quote- Religious aspect Descriptive imagery The dialogue of the characters' was much like a typical high school girls. Could be relatable for many The story really made you feel bad for Kara, because of the mood it gave off in the beginning Thank You For Listening! Quote- Imagery Kara and Jordan were best friends since kindergarten. Once they got to tenth grade in High School, Jordan tries out for the cheer team and makes the team; along with new friends. Kara feels like she was left behind, so she decides to make new friends, through out the year. Jordan continuously tells her that they are still "best friends" but Kara doesnt believe. Jordan Ferguson - Outgoing and social; Cheerleader with lots of new friends. Kara's (ex) best friend. Critique - Good Main Characters "The other girls laugh. Except for Ashley Crow, although her expression is a hard-to-read mix of disgust and I think boredom. But I decide I don't care as I lead Amy out of the bathroom, which now smells like a bad mixture of puke and designer perfume. And frankly I'm not even sure which one smells worse." (Carlson 136) Growing up & learning to let go of some people that were once important to you. Critique - Bad Dark Blue

Dark Blue

Transcript: Dark Blue Dark Blue is an action/drama television series which premiered on TNT on July 15, 2009, at 10 pm (9 pm central). It ended its run on September 15, 2010. The series is set in Los Angeles, California. It revolves around Carter Shaw, the leader of an undercover unit. He is an officer who has dedicated his life to take down the worst criminals in L.A. to the point that it has cost him his marriage. His team involves Ty Curtis, a newlywed who struggles between his job and his new life; Dean Bendis, an officer who is so deep in his undercover role that his team is never entirely sure what side he is on; and finally Jaimie Allen, a green patrol cop recruited into the undercover unit because of her dark past and criminal skills Carter Shaw (played by Dylan McDermott) is the head of a crack undercover team of LAPD officers who are so covert, many of their own colleagues do not even know they are involved. His team includes a recently married cop (played by Omari Hardwick from TNT’s Saved) who struggles with personal relationships he has developed while undercover; a shoot-from-the-hip officer (played by Logan Marshall-Green) whose activities make fellow team members wonder if he has gone over to the other side; and a callow patrolwoman (played by Nicki Aycox) brought in because of her excellent skill in lying and her shady past. Dark Blue moved to TNT from Warner Horizon Television, with prolific producer Jerry Bruckheimer who produced CSI and its spin-offs, as well as Cold Case and Without A Trace; Jonathan Littman, Danny Cannon, and Doug Jung serving as executive producers. KristieAnne Reed is co-executive producer. Cannon directed the pilot episode, which attracted 3.5 million viewers. The season finale was watched by 1.61 million viewers, a series low. The first season average was 2.589 million viewers. It was cancelled by TNT on November 16, 2010. Dark Blue does not have, and has never had, a website. Not even a fansite. This highlights the cult status of the series, and the fact that it was short of any huge monetary backing, unlike other American crime drama series. Dark Blue follows conventions of other Jerry Brukheimer productions; high levels of unnatural light and artificial shadow. It breaks away from his other creations, such as CSI, by keeping the narrative of the characters and their development outside of each episode equal to the episode plot-line.

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Transcript: 3 May 1978 EOSOC decided to create a sessional working group on the implementation of the Covenant, which 10 years later was transformed into the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural rights. The Committee meets in Geneva and normally holds two sessions per year, consisting of a three-week plenary and a one-week pre-sessional working group. The sole supervisory mechanism under ICECSR consists of a reporting procedure in which the committee on Economic, Social and cultural rights. The reports detail the measures states have adopted in their national legislation, administrative procedures and the progress made in achieving the observance of the rights recognized in the Covenant. The reports are submitted in accordance with a program established by the council after consultation with the states parties and the specialized agencies concerned. Progressive obligations are obligations to implement the right over a period of time to the maximum of available resources. Immediate obligations are obligations that must be realized at once or as a matter of first priority. Core Obligations are those obligations that a state has a heightened obligation to protect and provide. All appropriate means must be used to implement these rights and these include legislative, administrative, Judicial, economic, social and educative. State Parties - 26 Signatories - 26 No Action - 150 Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Implementation The reports submitted by Ukranian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1978 and 1984 contain many references to national legislation and some economic statistics, which tries to show that the covenant`s provisons for labour law are met. However, the document 85 of Moscow Helsinki Group states that the enumration provided by the state doesn`t satisfy the basic needs of the people, thus they often stole property form their place of work. Dark blue - ratified (164) Blue - signed (6) Orange - no action (27) At the time of drafting only states were principal actors and though today they are still important for accountability and responsiblity purposes other actors such as international organisationstion have played a huge impact on the realization of these rights. Regional bodies such as the American Convention on Human Rights 1969 with its inter-American Commission and Court, African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights 1981 with its commission and court and other United Nations sponsored treaties have econmic, social and cultural rights. The Covenant provides for a right of self determination under Art. 1 and ESC rights are recognised under International law and are part of Jus cogens. Non discrimination is the underlying key. The first obligation is one of conduct where a state must act, behave in a particular way but not commit itself to achieving any substantive result. It establishes a general obligation to carry out a determinate line of conduct. (The right to be free from torture)The other obligation is one of result committing the government to realizing a particular state of affairs but leaves the government the discretion to adopt its own means of achieving it. Compliance with the obligation is judged on the basis of whether or not the result sought non-discrimination has been achieved and an example is govt can commit itself to a right of free primaryeducation but how it achieves is left to its own ways. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (Adopted - 16 December 1966, Entered into force - 3 January 1976) its inclusion in the Universal Declaration of Human rights was an issue of contention between the western liberal blocs and the Socialist Soviet Blocs mainly based on their cold war dispute on how to allocate resources but eventually it was included a move supported by the west. First reports made by Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic PRINCIPAL ACTORS AND INTERNATIONAL BODIES Progressive, immediate and Core obligations Conclusion The body in charge of Implementation is the committee on economic, social and cultural rights but the jurisprudence has been enhanced by the Limburg principles on the implementation of ESC rights and the Maastrict guidelines on violations of ESC righ Article 31 of the Vienna convention provides that a treaty shall be interpreted in good faith and in accordance withaty. However some scholars argue that the obligations under the covenant are not jusiticiable and can not be recognized by law and the Vagueness of the covenant gives aspirations that one can never know when they have been violated. The word right should be reserved for those rights capable of being enforced by the bearers in courts of law. The content of the covenant is not based on any national jurispurdence and as such the ICJ is yet to ajudicate on a contentious matter, they have only given an advisory opinion on the construction of palestinan wall. some case law was developed in India and S Africa Nature of Obligations The optional protocol to the covenant tries to

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