Analytical response

In 1927, slaves were defined by the United Nations as someone over whom any or all of the powers attached to the right of ownership are exercised (The Transatlantic). Slavery was passed onto Africa by its European colonizers. In Rome, slaves were generally those who got caught in battle, abandoned children, or older children sold […]

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Marketing Plan for Company G

This discussion stresses that consumers with comparatively higher income level are likely to purchase electronic appliances as they want to make their life more convenient, and they are ready to part with their money for that. Individual with higher income level are inclined towards trying new commodities and thus would be a prime source of […]

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IBM Analysis

I personally credit two giant companies for sowing the seeds of this global IT revolution, these are International Business Machines (1880) for its role in automation followed by invention of a personal computer and American Telephone and Telegraph (1885) for the innovations in the domain of telecommunications. There is no doubt about the contributions made […]

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Race Multiculturalism and Geography in Barack Obama’s Dreams from my father

Some of the best sources for anthropological studies on Hawaii’s pre-colonial history, particularly in regard to their Polynesian ancestors, are the Hawaiian chants, legends, mele or vocal music, which are handed down from the ancient generation to next. (McDermott, Wen-Shing and Maretzki 5) Along with other artifacts, these materials tell a story of Polynesian ancestors […]

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Political Geography

Landlocked states have historically existed after the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They were created after empires had been defeated and their territories had to be carved. The collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1991 led to the division of the country into a number of republics (Glassner, 2003). Several of these republics […]

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East west Signature course

Why Nations Fail In the book, Why Nations Fail, Moglu and Robinson the do not base the success and failure of nations on the common factors such as culture, neither geographical location nor the economic policies. However, they base it on the centralization of the political institutions. Centralizing the political institutions is the backbone of […]

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Globalization The Impacts of Globalized Business Transactions

With a powerful internet regime aiding a voluminous international exchange through an omnipresent availability of data, the world has graduated from the primary obstacles of geography and social boundaries to a higher level thinking of strategies capable of penetrating even the potentially valuable networks born out of the same process. The Positives Effects of Globalized […]

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Risk Impact of Global Communications in Business

The dynamic force regulating and accelerating globalization is undoubtedly a revolutionary development being made in the fields of information technology, navigation and communications. Hence, it is the marvellous technological advancement and innovative tools, techniques and equipment that have paved the way towards fastest possible progress and growth in political, social, cultural, economic and commercial areas […]

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Comparing and Contrasting Development in Germany and Kenya

From this study it is clear that the physical geography of the two nations has played a big role in shaping their population settlement patterns, geopolitics, economic and social development, imperialism, and other areas that ultimately determine development.This paper outlines thatit is highly industrialized and populous country with the largest national economy in Europe. It […]

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Refer To The Culture Regions Overview Reading To Answer The Following Question The Text Alludes To

Question Refer to the Culture Regions Overview reading to answer the following question. The text alludes to the differences between historical geography, geographical history, and history of geography. Which of the following is the proper definition of history of geography? a. Geography with an emphasis on the past b. History with an emphases on places […]

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National Student Survey

The qualitative research involves only a small number of respondents, statistical significances and the confidence levels are usually not performed on the raw data for this type of research.The quantitative research mostly uses a random sample and usually involves a large number of respondents. This type of research is undertaken to draw conclusion about the […]

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Bolsa Chica Wetlands

It is assumed that the wetlands of Bolsa Chica provide shelter to a number of endangered species of flora and fauna. Recently the nature reserve of Bolsa China is also being used as a tourist-spot for nature-lovers. Since it is an important stop on the Pacific flyway of migratory birds, outbound travelers often grab the […]

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Countries with low birthrates

Fertility Rates in Germany and Italy and Population Policy According to Kemp (2004) the pattern of world population growth is complex and uneven. Inorder to explain these changes, demographers including Jones (2004) have cited the ‘Demographic Transition Model’, which was originally a 4 stage model comparing the birth and death rates in countries since the […]

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Bronze Age In Greece

The Minoans copied the Egyptian art of showing people in profiles rather than frontally (Bulliet 75). They perfected the art with their own fine touches making their own art look more natural than the Egyptians. which looked more like still figures (Flowofhistory.com).Moreover, Crete’s geographical position was also a positive factor for its progress in civilization. […]

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Geodemographic Segmentation

In attempting to fully understand the concept of geo-demographic segmentation, it is imperative to split the term into two and try to give a brief explanation of each as well as the meaning of segmentation.Strydom (2000), defines segmentation as the division of a heterogeneous market into fairly homogeneous subsets or segments of customers who normally […]

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Economic topic

This paper, therefore, explains the empirical evidence on different roles played by the history and geography on the international finance and how they are inter-connected in improving the investors desires in the market. Over the recent years, geography has been seen as the growing interests of the international finance, particularly, on the studies of using […]

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UN Agenda 21

Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and Principle 6 of UN Agenda The Agenda 21 is a set of principles adopted by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development on June 1992, held at Rio de Janeiro. Principle 6 of the Declaration states that the special situation and needs of developing countries, particularly the least developed […]

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Marketing Plan

Bearing in mind that there are other strategic competitors in this market such as Ring Central, MaxEmail has to adopt strategies that would give it a competitive advantage over its rivals. To accomplish this, Brumfitt, Barnes, Norris and Jones (2001) propose finding effective ways of addressing the competitive marketplace and supporting everyday operations. Customer targets […]

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Facility location strategies

Facility location in a central place does not mean it should be located centrally literally. It means locating it in a place, which gives access to all the customers with minimum costs. Sometimes located a facility in a single area with many customers may lock out other customers due to resulting distance that will arise. […]

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SULA

Interesting highlights in Sula Sula is a novel by Toni Morrison between 1919 and 1965. The setting is at the Bottom, which is a black society situated on a hilltop, above the valley of Medallion town. In respect to geography, the Bottom is higher as opposed to the Medallion but socially and economically low when […]

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Hato and Conuco Story

What is Conuco? Conuco is also a similar concept of the share of land to the poor and family-based forms business established to raise all the vegetables and other stuff. Geography tends to provide answers to the ancient mysteries by offering good insight as to show progress took place over the period of time. The […]

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White collar and corporate crimes

According to Edwin Sutherland, a researcher who studied the particular subject for many years, the term corporate crime is used for reflecting the ‘criminal activity of persons high social status and in the context of their profession’ (Sutherland 1939, cited in Simpson, 2002, p.6). From another point of view, white-collar crime has been related strictly […]

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Theories of Evolution

3 750 Theories of Evolution Concepts of Phyletic Gradualism Phyletic gradualism as a theory hypothesises that all creatures undergo evolution which occursslowly and gradually (Futuyma, 2005). In other words, evolution of the whole species into a new one occurs when throughout time organisms experience small adaptive changes with respect to their physiology and behaviour (Darwin, […]

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The Human Geography of Diseases

Geography essayThe human Geography of disease is a topic that attracts significant critique from various scholars in relevance to its significance in understanding behavior and diseases. Geographical distribution of population across the world is a factor closely attached to the various epidemics that has ever since been part of the society. Critical assessment of this […]

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Teamsters Union

Teamsters Union – Organizational structure Teamsters Union – Organizational structure Teamsters Union – Administration and Membership Overview Teamsters Union was established in 1903. since then, the Union has developed strong conflicts for supporting the rights of its members, i.e. of employees in all industries across USA (Organizational website, History). Today, the Union represents employees worldwide. […]

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Website Marketing

Website Marketing Online presence through websites has huge number of benefit for the organization. One of the key benefits derived by organizations that have website is that websites help organizations in strengthening their relationship with their customers. Organizations can strengthen their relationship with their customers by remaining in constant contact with them because constant contact […]

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Pirates and Pointing Fingers

PIRACY CONTROL IN HIGH SEAS International piracy has been increasingly appreciated as a global threat especially within the high seas where none of the sovereign states owns up the responsibility in ensuring security. Pirates have therefore been taking advantage of this and have been taking ships and crew members’ hostage and in return demand for […]

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An Assessment of Risks in Romania

The risk of flooding that is explained by the Romanian Academy Geography Institution extended the distribution site of the sites of Seveso. this provided an opportunity for these areas to be categorized as areas that are prone to Natech event. In Romania, areas that are categorized as flood risk occupy a larger surface hence increasing […]

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Costa Rica Geography

Costa Rica of Country: Costa Rica Country’s Flag: horizontal bands of blue, white, red, white and blue, with the country’s coat of arms on the red band at the center. Map of the country: Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/12/Costa_Rica-CIA_WFB_Map.pngName of the capital and population (primate city: bigger than 2+3): San Jose, 1.515 million in 2011Population: 4,695,942 (based on […]

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Source evaluation

For instance, the institutions of learning in the United States are also known to provide some very generous scholarships to deserving individuals from poor countries. consequently, they receive many applications every year since individuals recognize that they might be given an opportunity to make their lives better.Even though, many have been associated with the urge […]

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Environmental geography

Scientists agree that hunting played a more significant role in the formation and life of the ancient people, and thereby determined its development.Speaking of hunting, hunting methods used by ancient people should be noted. Hunting for large animals is difficult to imagine without the use of specific method. However, those hunting tools used by Neanderthals […]

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How does the physical geography lf the place affect the human culture and the human geography and how has human culture affected by it

(Auerbach). This paper is aimed at investigation of the local conditions of New Hartford, NY, and their influence on the local inhabitants on the example of the shopping mall located in this city.The following methods will be used to perform the research under the topic of the paper: analysis of the reference literature on the […]

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Human Geography in Action

Chapter (14) Chapter (14) The natural environment of our planet has been deteriorated by the human activities and interventions since ages. Whether it is caused by polluting our environment or by deforesting the forests in an attempt to make more land available for agriculture or any other way, the planet is now bearing the after […]

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Geography of orientalism

Moreover, Boer (2003) noted that orientalism could be defined as ‘a Western style for dominating, restructuring and having authority on the Orient’ (Said 1979 3, cited by Boer 9). The particular concept has many dimensions: it can be interpreted by referring to its cultural, human, physical or political geography. The various geographical perspectives of orientalism, […]

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The Baroque Period

The Baroque Period During the baroque period of the seventeenth century, artists adopted the strategy of creating dramatic pieces of art that were pompous, elaborate, and with special effects. These strategies were deployed by the catholic popes and priests who aimed at restoring the glory of the Catholic Church, which had been lost in the […]

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“Joyce &amp

Beckett"Yet, rather surprisingly, only one book– Barbara Reich Gluck’s Beckett and Joyce: Friendship and Fiction (1979)–has been dedicated to the subject. Besides Gluck’s study, however, many other researchers and critics have addressed the Joyce-Beckett relationship. the difficulty is simply that the material is scattered among chapters of books and scholarly journals.James Joyce left Dublin in […]

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Climate and Storms

A low pressure region is developed in the Atlantic and high pressure region in Peru in a normal year and therefore trade winds flow strongly from the east to west in the pacific and therefore warm waters are carried westward, in el Nio years the low pressure region is replaced by a relatively high pressure […]

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Population Geography

15 3750 The dependent elderly population has been generally accepted as those 65 years and above. It is presumed again, like youth dependent population that this subset of population has no independent and active income and they remain dependent for their livelihood on working population. The elderly dependency ratio is defined as the ratio of […]

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Emarketing Strategies

The advent of the internet and the increasing familiarity of the same among people have opened up a new window of marketing. Today, manufacturers and companies are increasingly using the online mode of communication to connect to the customers. This has led to a new field of marketing which is defined as the e-marketing. E-marketing […]

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Canadian and American Culture

All of the above mentioned aspects are of utmost importance to both cultures. Only through profound scrutiny of these aspects can the underlying cultural similarities and differences be ascertained, thus leading to a true comprehension of beliefs, social forms, attitudes, values and goals of each country.Bryant, A. (1997) noted that "Canada is like a village […]

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Hazard and vulnerability

In any Hazard and Vulnerability Analysis, if rushed, can miss out on some important facts. Primarily amongst them is considering the concept ofStorm Surge: a dome of wind driven water that crosses the coastline just ahead of, and to the right of, the storm’s eye. Due to a shallow, gradually sloping bottom that extends well […]

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Disaster At Dday

US thought a short route would be a more optimum approach for long term.Operation Sledgehammer and Operation Roundup were the two preliminary proposals drawn up. Operation Sledgehammer was planned to invade Germany in 1942 and Operation Roundup was planned for a larger attack in 1943, which later on became Operation Overload and was delayed until […]

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Drama in the Classroom

Different states in this world have promoted drama as a tool for learning and it has been added in the education policy of these states. Drama not only increases the awareness of children but also increases their skills in such a manner that they can read write build up their self esteem confidence etc. This […]

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Beyond the MultiEthnic Metropolis

Minority ethnic people in the district are more likely to be living in overcrowded accommodation than white British residents. Overcrowding was a particularly common problem among the Bangladeshi, Chinese and Pakistani population. Commonly reported problems included damp and condensation, ineffective heating systems, poor insulation around doors and windows, hazardous environments such as broken doors and […]

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Polis

The Polis The Polis is the single, greatest contribution of the ancient Greeks to the field of politics. It can be regarded as a powerful influence on, and a direct precursor to the modern democracies we know. The Polis also introduced the concepts that serve as the building blocks for the study of statecraft and […]

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United Nations peacekeeping

The success or failure of any peacekeeping operation depends on the people and the authorities of the place were the peacekeeping mission is being operated. The UN, who operates these missions, should have experienced and efficient staff to handle these operations. In spite of this effort for a more systematic move, the presentation of peacekeeping […]

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Businesses Marketing

Moreover, he claims that, in order to understand how consumers actually make buying decisions, three scopes have to be identified, which are who makes the buying decision, the types of buying decisions, and the steps in the buying process.This report will examine the importance of marketing to organizations in the twenty-first century. It will focus […]

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Biased Media

According to the Fair.org web site, there are several steps to follow in order to detect bias in the news media. The following is a summary of those steps: First the source needs to be identified, focusing mainly on his/her political perspective. Second, identify the race and gender diversity of the sources. Third, establish the […]

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Use plate tectonic theory to explain the origin of Mount St Helens (and by extension the Cascades and all Andeantype mountains)

How Tectonic Plate Theory explains the Origin of Mount St. Helens Tectonic plate is an actively collapsing spot where the fragments of the lithosphere push towards each other and crash. This is because of the intense pressure that facilitates the melting of plate substances in the mantle. Mt. St. Helens in the California is a […]

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End of geography

The disappearance of national barriers that divide the world and the increasing interconnectedness open a wide range of opportunities for the information exchange. In all these processes the language plays one of the most important roles. In this paper, we consider borrowings from English language in the Japanese and also we critically evaluate its impact […]

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Comparative Media Analysis

RESEARCH PAPER, GEOGRAPHY Introduction: Introduction It is important to highlight that this paper delves on the environmental conservation and management issues. This paper has selected on two articles that argue oppositely based on the chosen topic. The paper therefore delves on the biological pest control and the articles chosen give different perceptions concerning the topic. […]

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Canpaigners assert that the human rights of women are violated across the world Discuss in relation to domestic viloence in any society

When violence is perpetrated on a woman some of the basic human rights are violated: The human right to life, the human right to respect and dignity, the human right to good physical and mental health, the human right to freedom from violence and discrimination, the human right to equality between women and men and […]

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How the west was won

How the West Was Won The American frontier is made up of history, geography, cultural expression, and folklore of life as the Americans expanded westwards from the initial colonial settlements up to the early 20th century. Emphasis is placed on the second half of the 19th century, a period commonly referred to as the old […]

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Leisure and Tourism in Santa Fe in New Mexico

Leisure and Tourism in Santa Fe, New MexicoCurrent list of services available at the cityPrivate non-farm establishments.Retail sales services.Merchant wholesale servicesManufacturer shipment servicesFood and accommodation servicesNon-employer establishment services (Nelson Velvet, 45-6).Sections of the city representing dense numbers of diverse communities (share of population by race/ethnicity)200920112013Non-Hispanic73, 80062, 20046, 200Hispanic 65,60051, 90042, 800Non-Hispanic Black1,050580445Asian/Pacific Islander2, 700940416Major and […]

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The interent and global activism

Topic: The internet and global activism of the University Topic: The internet and global activism 1. The article “New Media Power: The Internet and Global Activism” by W.L Bennett demonstrates the importance of internet-mediated networks, its functioning through the trans-boundary mechanism, and how online activism has engulfed every segment of human endeavors. The technological advances […]

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Landscape and map

due: Landscape and Maps A landscape is a drawing that displays all the visible features of an area or land. A map can be defined as a geographical representation of the earth. A map illustrates and shows its physical features of which they may include: roads, cities, oceans and rivers among others (Tyner 6).The relationship […]

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Water Supply and Infrastructure in Bambui

With reference to Bambui in Cameroon, research indicates that the region bears potential water and other mineral resources pending maximum and beneficial exploitation to cater to the population’s needs. Precisely, reviews argue that the region’s water supply utilities remain insufficient with the majority population lacking access to the resource. Apparently, 63% of the population remains […]

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Matthey L Felli R and Mager C we do have space in lausanne We have a large cemetery the noncontroversy of a nonexistent

51250 In fact, Ziegler mentioned how these funerary practices are a function of a political project in governance. This introduction framed the forthcoming discussion as essentially an academic and philosophical exercise, in the sense the topic of funerary practices is talked about in unusually deep intellectual discussion of the sensitive topics of death, immigration, politics, […]

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How the Seeds for Later SelfGovernment Were Sown in the Early Colonies

Introduction The discovery of America by Christopher Columbus in 1492 led to increasingly greater numbers of European explorers and settlers arriving in the New World to form their colonies there. An economy built on their resources and geography evolved with the growth and development of the American colonies. Similarly, the English principles of self-government took […]

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The Arab Spring

The anti-government protests and demonstrations were made not only by Arabs but also Africans. The word “spring” is an allusion or reference to water being a welcome development in the mostly arid geography of the MENA (the Middle East and North Africa) region. Other similar protests, uprisings, and rebellions were termed as “The Velvet Revolution” […]

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Physical Geography Articles

Physical Geography Articles http tntoday.utk.edu 10/01/research-confirms-controversial-darwin-theory-jump-dispersal/This article contributes towards understanding the unique phenomena of geographical distribution of organisms around the world. In regard to Darwinian Theory of jump dispersal, it is worth to note that scientists assert the idea of various animals’ habitats being specific to some physical features. This article also emphasizes the reality […]

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Chapter Review Questions

GEOGRAPHY AND ITS GEOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The principle of uniformitarianism s that the natural laws existing today are constant all throughout the universe with respect to time and space and that the earth came into being by gradual changes on the physical attributes of the earth for thousands of years, in contrary to the purported claims […]

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A New School of International Management

The main focus of the market and product planning is, therefore, the consumers who form the target market which may be widespread (international) or centralized (confined to a specific geographic location. Consequently, for viability, the marketing mix hinges on the 4P components: Product, Price, Promotion, and Place. (Kotler, 2003). Currently, the Russian marketplace is one […]

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Whitness inventory

Ruth Frankenburg once said that “any system of differentiation shapes those upon whom it bestows privilege as well as those it oppresses.” (Frankenberg: 1993: 131). This is a critical insight to begin to understand and reflect on the complex ways that the color of one’s skin determines a person’s life-chances. Whiteness indeed bestows a structural […]

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Hammerhead Sharks

41000 The characteristic hammer shaped head of these ocean predators is called cephalofoil and is the reason why they are called hammerhead sharks. The nostrils and eyes are located at the tip of the extensions. All hammerhead sharks belong to the genus Sphyrna. There are nine identified species of Hammerhead shark and all have the […]

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Caves

Discovering Caves with BBC BBC Documentary series Planet Earth, Episode 4 is about most interesting caves on Earth. It generally discovers what is going in different kinds of caves: what does a cave consists of, how is it populated, and what are the rules and laws of a cave life. It appears, there are insects, […]

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Save our city

Save Our -Venice Introduction Venice is naturally prone to floods, as the is fast spreading across many islands located along the Arabian Sea, in the Venetian lagoon. However, the efforts are on to save this city from sinking, which the city is going through currently at the rate of 0.08 inches each year, according to […]

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Globalisation

On account of such transformations taking place on a massive scale the concept of globalization has also been described by many as the end of mankind’s ideological evolution (Cazdyn and Szeman, 2011: 25. Herod, 2009: 39). of renewable natural resources (Brauch et al., 2009: 679). as well as the end of the world – thus […]

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