Fieldwork

They have children programs in which volunteers can interact with kids, and offering direct services to other homeless persons. At the organization, there is always an opportunity that fits well in an individual’s preferences. There are many homeless children all over the city who are in dire need of someone to teach good behavior, and […]

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Euphemism A Technique of Expression

Euphemism often serves the purposes of diplomatic expression. Again it serves some commercial purposes also. But the prominent authors and writers have made the most effective use of Euphemism in their literary works. Moreover, a man consciously or subconsciously uses a lot of euphemisms in his daily affairs. As Garner says, they "thrive as much […]

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Hamlet as a Philosophical Text

It throws up a complex mix of religious, philosophical, political, and psychological perspectives that critics have endlessly analyzed and argued about during the last four centuries.Returning briefly to the dramatic structure of the play, it is evident that Shakespeare had not heeded Aristotle’s injunctions on the Unities and the need to focus on action rather […]

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Security Politics and the Environment

Conversion in temperature can affect many industries which include farming, tourism and insurance. While prime climatic changes occur because of global warming and with more environmental knowledge, this exterior factor is becoming an important issue for organizations to consider. The increasing desire to safeguard the environment is affecting many industries like the tourism industry and […]

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Democracy in America in All Its Glory

Democratic institutions are more likely to protect individual freedoms.On the other hand, freedom is something an individual enjoys. it is the absence of oppression from both government and other agencies although it should be practiced that where there is freedom, there is responsibility.Northern democratic traditions emphasize three inalienable freedoms: rights to personal security, personal expression, […]

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Realism and the International Order

Realism, as an explanatory theory of international relations, provides perhaps the most concise and strongest definition of what constitutes state interest, behavior, and the establishment of the international order. Accordingly, realists argue that states exist within an anarchic geopolitical framework and this framework is an inherent component of international relations. In fact, for realists, the […]

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The Life of Senator Paul Simon

"He attended the University of Oregon and Dana College in Blair, Nebraska, but never graduated" (Paul Simon). "At Nebraska’s then all-white Dana College, he led an effort to make the school’s admissions policies color-blind" (Wright, 16). "In 1948, at the end of his junior year, with financial backing from local business people Simon pursued a […]

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Electoral and Liberal Democracy

The author defines electoral democracies as those that have filled the positions of power through electoral means and there are competing parties for the same posts that the product of a competition for votes among the parties. The countries that come under this include multiparty democracies like Russia, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Indonesia. These countries hold […]

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Developing Countries Should Be Exempted From WTO Rules

Hence, there is a strong case to be made for WTO rules exemption from a post-colonial reparation perspective. Alongside several emerging economies, many other countries that presently fall under the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) category are former colonies for European imperialism (Cappelen, 2007). Moreover, the prevailing political chaos in most of these countries is […]

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Globalization Past and Present

Broadly as a “trend toward greater economic, cultural, political, and technological interdependence among national institutions and economies” (Wild et al, 2010). Integration of markets is now understood to signify convergence in preferences of consumers while the profitable dispersal opportunities of production processes all over the world to obtain efficiency gains are also a part of […]

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Does the Thirty Years War Mark an Important Watershed in European Warfare

The Thirty Year War marks the last of its kind—a religious conflict fought under political guises. Unlike other religious wars, however, the Thirty Years War is known much more for its destruction, destitution, and lingering consequences:All this was effected by religion. Religion alone could have rendered possible all that was accomplished, but it was far […]

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Connection of the Belief in Democracy and Belief in the Power of Human Reason

Leaders are chosen to represent the citizens’ interests in parliament and hence they (parliamentarians) should be accountable for their behavior in parliament. Elected leaders should listen to the people whom they represent and address their issues as expected. Passing a law in parliament requires the support of the majority although the minority rights are also […]

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Significant Historical Monuments

In addition, these sites often involved in historical events, as the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial have been the location of a number of different events over the years. Monuments are a form of history-making because they symbolize significant aspects of history while giving a certain interpretation of these events, and passing these occurrences […]

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The Functioning of the Supreme Court

He illustrates it in such a stoical manner, that the power of America’s superior anti-democratic and opposition of majoritarian institution completely depends upon the endorsement or agreement of the country.Even though we think that when it comes to politics, we pay close attention to the elected branches, Alexis de Tocqueville was his common acute as […]

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Air Power Play

Realists of all varieties heed Machiavellis caution that "security for gentleman is impossible if not it be conjoined with power." (18) Leaders wishing to defend their condition from assault must learn to master the planned application of power and act therefore in all situations and against all competitors. Clausewitz’s dictum that war is a continuance […]

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Creating America

This is an identity that is far superior to the one they used to hitherto have, as denizens of a nondescript region. This position of enhanced superiority is attributable to the fact that their new identity is the new nationality, which would steadily be recognized in the international landscape. In fact, even as the new […]

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The Entry of Tiger Airways into the Australian Aviation Market

Increased traveling of international tourist arrivals. With Tiger’s stakeholder affiliations with Singapore Air Lines, there are a good potential for international tourists from Singapore, China, etc destinations to Australia to increase which will again boost domestic air travel as well.Possibilities of Quantas., the national carrier being taken over by outside parties such as Air Line […]

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Fords Strategic Positions

Political: the political environment in which Ford had to operate can be considered as rather adverse. not only in the USA but all around the world the political conditions were characterized by constant and strong turbulences, a fact that also influenced the performance of Ford.b. Economical: The financial conditions within the international market could not […]

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Fieldwork

They have children programs in which volunteers can interact with kids, and offering direct services to other homeless persons. At the organization, there is always an opportunity that fits well in an individual’s preferences. There are many homeless children all over the city who are in dire need of someone to teach good behavior, and […]

Read More

Euphemism A Technique of Expression

Euphemism often serves the purposes of diplomatic expression. Again it serves some commercial purposes also. But the prominent authors and writers have made the most effective use of Euphemism in their literary works. Moreover, a man consciously or subconsciously uses a lot of euphemisms in his daily affairs. As Garner says, they "thrive as much […]

Read More

Hamlet as a Philosophical Text

It throws up a complex mix of religious, philosophical, political, and psychological perspectives that critics have endlessly analyzed and argued about during the last four centuries.Returning briefly to the dramatic structure of the play, it is evident that Shakespeare had not heeded Aristotle’s injunctions on the Unities and the need to focus on action rather […]

Read More

Security Politics and the Environment

Conversion in temperature can affect many industries which include farming, tourism and insurance. While prime climatic changes occur because of global warming and with more environmental knowledge, this exterior factor is becoming an important issue for organizations to consider. The increasing desire to safeguard the environment is affecting many industries like the tourism industry and […]

Read More

Democracy in America in All Its Glory

Democratic institutions are more likely to protect individual freedoms.On the other hand, freedom is something an individual enjoys. it is the absence of oppression from both government and other agencies although it should be practiced that where there is freedom, there is responsibility.Northern democratic traditions emphasize three inalienable freedoms: rights to personal security, personal expression, […]

Read More

Realism and the International Order

Realism, as an explanatory theory of international relations, provides perhaps the most concise and strongest definition of what constitutes state interest, behavior, and the establishment of the international order. Accordingly, realists argue that states exist within an anarchic geopolitical framework and this framework is an inherent component of international relations. In fact, for realists, the […]

Read More

The Life of Senator Paul Simon

"He attended the University of Oregon and Dana College in Blair, Nebraska, but never graduated" (Paul Simon). "At Nebraska’s then all-white Dana College, he led an effort to make the school’s admissions policies color-blind" (Wright, 16). "In 1948, at the end of his junior year, with financial backing from local business people Simon pursued a […]

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Electoral and Liberal Democracy

The author defines electoral democracies as those that have filled the positions of power through electoral means and there are competing parties for the same posts that the product of a competition for votes among the parties. The countries that come under this include multiparty democracies like Russia, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Indonesia. These countries hold […]

Read More

Developing Countries Should Be Exempted From WTO Rules

Hence, there is a strong case to be made for WTO rules exemption from a post-colonial reparation perspective. Alongside several emerging economies, many other countries that presently fall under the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) category are former colonies for European imperialism (Cappelen, 2007). Moreover, the prevailing political chaos in most of these countries is […]

Read More

Globalization Past and Present

Broadly as a “trend toward greater economic, cultural, political, and technological interdependence among national institutions and economies” (Wild et al, 2010). Integration of markets is now understood to signify convergence in preferences of consumers while the profitable dispersal opportunities of production processes all over the world to obtain efficiency gains are also a part of […]

Read More

Does the Thirty Years War Mark an Important Watershed in European Warfare

The Thirty Year War marks the last of its kind—a religious conflict fought under political guises. Unlike other religious wars, however, the Thirty Years War is known much more for its destruction, destitution, and lingering consequences:All this was effected by religion. Religion alone could have rendered possible all that was accomplished, but it was far […]

Read More

Connection of the Belief in Democracy and Belief in the Power of Human Reason

Leaders are chosen to represent the citizens’ interests in parliament and hence they (parliamentarians) should be accountable for their behavior in parliament. Elected leaders should listen to the people whom they represent and address their issues as expected. Passing a law in parliament requires the support of the majority although the minority rights are also […]

Read More

Significant Historical Monuments

In addition, these sites often involved in historical events, as the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial have been the location of a number of different events over the years. Monuments are a form of history-making because they symbolize significant aspects of history while giving a certain interpretation of these events, and passing these occurrences […]

Read More

The Functioning of the Supreme Court

He illustrates it in such a stoical manner, that the power of America’s superior anti-democratic and opposition of majoritarian institution completely depends upon the endorsement or agreement of the country.Even though we think that when it comes to politics, we pay close attention to the elected branches, Alexis de Tocqueville was his common acute as […]

Read More

Air Power Play

Realists of all varieties heed Machiavellis caution that "security for gentleman is impossible if not it be conjoined with power." (18) Leaders wishing to defend their condition from assault must learn to master the planned application of power and act therefore in all situations and against all competitors. Clausewitz’s dictum that war is a continuance […]

Read More

Creating America

This is an identity that is far superior to the one they used to hitherto have, as denizens of a nondescript region. This position of enhanced superiority is attributable to the fact that their new identity is the new nationality, which would steadily be recognized in the international landscape. In fact, even as the new […]

Read More

The Entry of Tiger Airways into the Australian Aviation Market

Increased traveling of international tourist arrivals. With Tiger’s stakeholder affiliations with Singapore Air Lines, there are a good potential for international tourists from Singapore, China, etc destinations to Australia to increase which will again boost domestic air travel as well.Possibilities of Quantas., the national carrier being taken over by outside parties such as Air Line […]

Read More

Fords Strategic Positions

Political: the political environment in which Ford had to operate can be considered as rather adverse. not only in the USA but all around the world the political conditions were characterized by constant and strong turbulences, a fact that also influenced the performance of Ford.b. Economical: The financial conditions within the international market could not […]

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Week7

BUS 499, Week 7: International Strategy Slide # Topic Narration 1 Introduction Welcome to Senior Seminar in Business Administration.  In this lesson we will discuss International Strategy. Please go to the next slide. 2 Objectives Upon completion of this lesson, you will be able to: Identify various levels and types of strategy in a firm. […]

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Week4_Replies

Nayha Wrote:Top earners might favor policies to redistribute income because redistribution benefits more the top earners than lower income earners.Redistribution means to distribute wealth from top earners to those who have a lower income (http://opentxtbc.ca). After reading about redistribution, one self-interested reasons for top earners might favor redistribution is that they reap the benefit more […]

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Week3paper

Finding The LinkDaniel PlaceresWest Coast UniversityBad health equals poverty.The causes of poor health for millions globally are rooted in political, social and economic injustices. We can argue but it’s highly plausible that we’ll never have the right answer to what links good and evil One thing that it’s unarguably the answer is better education to […]

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#WordsChangeLives Text-Based Campaign AnalysisINSTRUCTIONS: You will use this worksheet to analyze a text-based campaign of your choosing. You may use one of the text-based campaigns that was included in the Module 6 PowerPoint, or you may choose a different one. As you research your text-based campaign, you need to use AT LEAST three different, reliable […]

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TessaBoyman

Tessa BoymanProfessor BenzWriting 112214 April 2020Teaching Conformity Leads to ViolenceSchool shootings have been a widely debated and ongoing topic over the last decades. From the Stockton Schoolyard shooting in January of 1989, to more recently the Douglas High School shooting in February of 2018, school shootings are still a prevalent problem. To help stop and […]

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Project 2Evaluation 32American Government 1: Theories, Policies and Politics SSTH 037 059Be sure to include ALL pages oof this project (including the directions and the assignment) when you send the project to your teacher for grading. Don’t forget to put your name and I.D. number at the top of this page!This project will count for […]

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Short Essay 2: The Great DepressionDocuments A-J reveal political actions taken in response to the Great Depression (1929-41).  Using the documents and your knowledge of the period, (a) address how and why federal power expanded during the time period, and (b) evaluate the success and necessity of political measures taken.Cite using italicized title (Herbert Hoover’s).1. […]

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Political Culture ResponseFor this assignment, you will create a prospectus.A prospectus is very similar to a movie trailer. It is essentially giving someone a view of something before it appears for them. Response Guidelines: Each response will consist of the following:-2 pages maximum-2 in text citations (references). You may use ANY of the articles provided within […]

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Persuasive SpeechTopic : Buying local produce & health Length: 5-6 minutesThe organization plays a central role in a persuasive speech: the speech must logically establish why the audience must change. (Unless audience members believe there is something wrong with what they are doing or feeling, they are unlikely to change.) The most widely used organizational […]

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MT220UNIT5DISCUSSION

MT220 UNIT 5 DISCUSSIONRespond to your Discussion topic after you have completed your readingChina and Mercantilism?RereadThe Country Focus: Is China a Neo-Mercantilist Nationon p. 156 and discuss the following:a. Do you think China is pursuing an economic policy that can be characterized as neo-mercantilist?b. What should the United States, and other countries, do about this?Be […]

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Module1Response_2_5225

Sonya Borquez-Bledsoe posted Apr 30, 2020 4:58 PMOrganized LaborAre you for or against state right-to-work laws? I am for the right-to-work laws due to its attempts to restore the power balance between labor and management. It has also succeeded in enabling employers to a higher worker, whether or not the workers are in the Union […]

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Katrice, Overall, you did a very nice job on this assignment. The content, flow and organization were excellent. You addressed each of the seven numbered questions/topics in a thorough and complete manner. The references you used did a very nice job supporting your work. Your paper was also nicely written. There were two areas for […]

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Irish and German ImmigrationSteamers carried Irish emigrants to Liverpool where their transatlantic voyage beganIn the middle half of the nineteenth century, more than one-half of the population ofIRELANDemigrated to the United States. So did an equal number ofGERMANS. Most of them came because of civil unrest, severe unemployment or almost inconceivable hardships at home. This […]

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Proposed Research Question:  Given the current conditions of Venezuela, what will the United States’ role be in ensuring that the nation regains political, economic, and social stability?Proposed Hypothesis:  Based off the current conditions in Venezuela, economic, social and military involvement by the United States is essential for the overall stability of the Western Hemisphere.  “The […]

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Megan Bowen02/04/2020 Professor Cozen Comm 146Interest Paper- Mental Health in Student AthletesI am a communication major so must take this class to fulfill my requirements for the course, however, this class will set me up to understand the in-depth reasoning behind communication. The only rhetoric class I have taken in the past is rhetoric in […]

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How do political elites use social media platforms to gain power over people? And what is the relationship between democracy public culture and media?

OBJECTIVE Through application and critical thinking, demonstrates understanding of 6 references Comprehension and application of key concepts, empirical examples and theoriesPROMPTHow do political elites use social media platforms to gain power over people? And what is the relationship between democracy, public culture and media?TOPIC -Social Media & Public Sphere: The impact of new media technologies […]

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Business management

In this unit teaching staff aim to provide you with a range of readings and practical exercises that help youacquire conceptual frameworks for analysing media texts and media industries. Through close reading,oral discussion, writing exercises, and a group project you should acquire various practical andconceptual tools for understanding not only the form and content of […]

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Es3

Situation: Many people fall into the fallacy that as individuals we cannot make much of an impact or difference, that our actions are not meaningful. This is, of course, illogical. The environmental crisis is the outcome of individual actions and behaviors writ large on the planet. Other thinkers, such as Foster, argue that we need […]

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Literature

How the theme of “power corruption” – political, moral & ethical corruption discussed in the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare is prevalent in today’s modern capitalist societies and governments? The analysis should discuss how the theme of corruption discussed in Julius Caeser is still prevalent in today’s world and how it has evolved over the […]

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Discussion

What incentives influence firms to use international strategies? What are the three basic benefits firms can gain by successfully implementing an international strategy? Why? Determine why, given the advantages of international diversification, some firms choose not to expand internationally. Provide specific examples to support your response. As firms attempt to internationalize, they may be tempted […]

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Internet

The Internet and greater access to information it can provide are forcing politicians to change their methods of governing. How might the Internet change totalitarian political systems, such as North Korea? What might the Web’s future expansion mean for nations with theocratic systems, such as Iran? How might technology change the way that democracies function?18/05/20205appliedsciences

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Business Ethics

Capitalism is an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state whereas socialism is a political and economic theory of social organization which advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community […]

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Wk 3

The format of this week’s assignment is a narrated presentation in which you share your analysis of the learners and contexts. The audience for your presentation are stakeholders such as colleagues, clients, district personnel, etc. depending on your particular learning scenario from last week. You will create your narrated presentation using the tool embedded within […]

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Wk 2

In your assignment this week, you will develop the learning scenario on which you will base most of your other assignments in this course. Your learning scenario can be based on previous, present, or fictitious experiences. For example, if you are not an instructional designer, but have participated in a course or training program that […]

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Family Nurse Practitioner

“Professional Roles and Responsibilities”Family nurse practitioners (FNPs) are graduate-educated, nationally-certified and state licensed advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who care for medically stable patients across the lifespan, from infants to geriatric patients. What are the educational requirements to practice as a FNP? According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), what is the […]

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Wk8 prepresentation questions

Wark’s reading is deceptive in that it is short but densely layered. What seems to be Wark’s main thesis? Researchers at Cambridge Analytica were able to use data about people to determine their personality types and then influence them with targeted ads including political ads. This was significant and reported on back in 2017 (as […]

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Analyzing Political Feasibility

For a healthcare organization to be politically viable they must have influential stakeholders. In that, the stakeholders must understand limitations and be able to adopt accordingly. In a minimum of 250 words, discuss the following: -Highlight and present one key player/stakeholder (i.e., federal, state, or local) in political health policy in your state. -Choose two […]

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Reply DB`

In my future practice as an advanced nurse I will ensure that I promote the access to healthcare in my area. This will be accomplished by using the competencies in the health care field like: Advocacy, Case management, and Public policy. The American Nurses Association (ANA) have confidence in that advocacy is a fundamental of […]

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17Th and 18th Century

Students are asked to review the differences and write a synopsis of no less thansix pages (both sides of three sheets) on the development of clothing during the Early 17th Century Cavalier/Baroque and throughout the 18th century (Early and Late), focusing on the impact that trade, new developments in the production of cloth and the […]

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DB1

At least 650 words (approximately two double-spaced pages)1) What do we mean by “public” administration?How is “public” administration distinct from “civil” administration?2) What is the relationship between “public administration” as a professional practice and Public Administration” as field of scholarly study?3) In your opinion should MPA degree programs emphasize “theory” or “applied practice”? Why?4) Historically […]

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Week 3 Project Trends In Healthcare

First Steps on Becoming a Grassroots Lobbyist/Advocate for Health Care PolicyIn a Microsoft Word document of 4-5 pages formatted in APA style, you will imagine you are going to make a visit to your representative in Congress. There are two parts to this assignment.Address the following topics: Develop a one-page document that supports your position […]

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Video Analysis

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity: (Links to an external site.)InstructionsWatch the entire video on Benito Mussolini (noted in the Required Resources). Identify and describe 3 aspects of the video you found most interesting that align with each of the following:1. Foreign policy.2. Violent and/or non-violent movements for social, economic, and political change3. […]

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Writing help

Phedreillustrates the attitude of men toward women in the Age of Reason and political Absolutism, in which men represent logic, order, and strength while women represent emotions, weakness, and disorder. Using evidence from the play, discuss how Racine’s Phedrereinforces the stereotype of woman as a destructive force in nature, known as a femme fatale.-at least […]

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Charles Manson 5 Page Essay

Length: 5 pages (double spaced, 12-point font)Question: Should the Manson murders be considered a political case? Why or why not? You might consider ideology, memory, law, race, gender, class, etc. You may, but you do not have to limit yourself to events of 1969-1971, i.e., to the restricted history of the murders and the trial. […]

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Political Parties Political Participation Campaigns and Elections Multimedia Presentation

Assignment Content Imagine that you’ve applied for an internship with your local Senator but there are many other people competing for the position. In order to determine the best person for the job, the Senator wants to determine how much each potential intern knows about the U.S. electoral system.Createan 18- to 20-slide presentation to illustrate […]

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The Electoral College

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:In this final week of class, you will learn about political parties, voting, and elections in the United States. Some of the more controversial aspect of the American system of elections are the Electoral College and the dominance of the two major political parties.What purpose does […]

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Access Control PKI

Course: Access ControlPKI and Encryption at WorkLearning Objectives and Outcomes· Develop a plan to deploy public key infrastructure (PKI) and encryption solutions to protect data and information.Assignment RequirementsIn this assignment, you play the role of chief information technology (IT) security officer for the Quality Medical Company (QMC). QMC is a publicly traded company operating in […]

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A9Cyber

For this assignment, you are asked to locate any company privacy policy. Some of the more popular ones might include GOOGLE, APPLE, or MICROSOFT, but you may elect to review another agency. In 3- 4 paragraphs(500 Words with references), explain what you find to be the most interesting information contained in that privacy policy. At […]

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Find a DoS attack that has occurred in the last six months

Essay of 350 wordsFind a DoS attack that has occurred in the last six monthsYou might find some resources at www.f-secure.com.Note how that attack was conducted.Write a brief explanation of how you might have defended against that specific attack.Note that you it should have 0% plagiarismPosted: 10 minutes agoDue: 13/02/2020Budget: $5Answers 0Bids 61Dr.Qura-tul-ainRanchoddas Chanchad PhDnjoshMadem_JenniferRewrick PatandWORDPOWERRosie SeptemberMalik TutorDr. […]

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Com 320

please complete belowTasks1. Jesse wants me to investigate GanttProject software to determine whether it would be suitable for SCR. She asked me to prepare a summary of pros and cons, and a sample of screen shots and information.2. Jesse likes the idea of using task completion estimates with best-case, probable-case, and worst-case estimates. She said […]

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MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

Select one of the treatment approaches below and provide a brief description of the treatment for a developmental disability that includes a discussion on evidence based practice (EBP) or best practice behind the treatment. A total of two cited references are required, one discussing the EBP. Your completed paper should be 750-1,000 words. Applied Behavioral […]

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Benchmark Change Initiative Implementation Evaluation and Sustainability

You will utilize your change model for this assignment. Review the feedback submitted by your instructor on your previous change model assignment. Make any changes or modifications necessary for the submission of this assignment.Evaluate the performance of your organization or department. Identify an area that would significantly benefit from initiating a change. Write a paper […]

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“Describe an example of a very poorly implemented database that you&#x27

ve encountered (or read about) that illustrates the potential for really messing things up.”We all had the unfortunate experience of seeing how computers can, at times, make life’s journey abit more difficult. This is especially true in knowledge centric workplaces. Describe an example of a very poorly implemented database that you’ve encountered (or read about) […]

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Juvenile 5

THIS IS DUE IN 6 HOURS, URGENT!Explain the Youth Firearms Violence Initiative. Choose one of the strategies and tactics shown in Table 8.2 (attached document.) Explain the program in depth and its effectiveness in reducing juvenile weapons crimes.Requirements: 2-3 pages double spaced At least two reliable sources used other than the text (not Wikipedia)Juvenile5reference.pngPosted: 2 days […]

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WEEK 4 COURSE PROJECT

The corporation you will focus on for the Week 4 Course Project is Enron. Research the legal, ethical, and/or political issues facing this corporation research in a two page paper, double spaced in 12 point font..Week 4; Enron; What were the securities fraud and trading issues surrounding Enron? Why were individuals held liable?21/11/201940history

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MPA DIS3

Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation” Evaluate the importance of each major step in policy analysis as it relates to political choice. Next, debate if one would consider any of these steps more important than another. Provide a rationale to support your answer. From the e-Activity, Next, suggest one (1) method that a policy analyst could use […]

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Foundations of Global Ethics 2

200 wordsThe Politics of Fear: Is it ethical?“Anti-globalization rhetoric in Greece is predominantly articulated in terms of conspiracy theory, mistrust of other cultures and strong nationalist feelings” (Theodossopoulos & Kirtsoglou, 2009, p. 83). That was Greece nearly a decade ago.Sound familiar in today’s society? And it’s not just here in the United States. Anti-immigrant sentiment, […]

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Political Funding

In your own context, discuss what political factors influence funding. What aspects of political decision-making drive differences between local, regional and national (international) factors? If you disagree with factors at whatever level, then what factors should drive funding and why?12/05/20205informationsystems

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American National Government Discussion Week 1 (NEED COMPLETED BY 10 PM TONIGHT)

Popular sovereignty assumes that public policies will reflect the preferences of the people and that folks will have access to credible political information. To what extent are these two conditions present in the United States of America today? Do policies reflect the preferences of the people? Do we have ready access to credible information?11/05/20208government

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HIS144_CivilRightsMovementMatrix_

HST-144 Civil Rights Movement MatrixPart I:Utilize the Topic 6 Readings as a resource to complete the “Civil Rights Movement Matrix.” Be sure to cite and reference all sources.Summarize and state the significance of each of the snapshots of the Civil Rights movement. The first one is an example.This assignment uses a scoring guide. Instructors will […]

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Finalproject

Group projectYou and your group will need to do the following for the group project assignment. The project will consist of a word write-up, excel documents, and power point. All three should tie together and will likely overlap. I will assign the groups at the beginning of the course as well as the companies.ExcelA ratio […]

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FigueroaMiguelW2AdvanceMarketing

TRAVEL SUPREMEMiguel FigueroaApril 7th, 2020Columbia Southern UniversityIntroductionTravel Supreme organization is an organization that mainly focus on offering travelling services to their clients. The company assist their clients with travel planning of vacation as well as events planning. Customers are currently doing their own vacations but the company trust that there are more services that the […]

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ExamplegivenbyProfessor

Deanna’s Input for Question 1:As Chief Executive Officer of Riverside County, water resources are a top priority to ensure public needs are adequately being met for all county communities. Water is essential and a human right.  Without water, life will not exist.  The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottle water) include rivers, […]

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Document3 2LongTelegram

DOCUMENT 2 George Kennan, “Long Telegram” (1947)Document Background: American diplomat George Kennan sent this telegram from Moscow to advise the United States government on how to deal with the Soviet government. As you read this document, consider how Kennan defined the Soviet system. Was this just another acceptable way of organizing human society, or was Soviet […]

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CRJ330WK6Assignment

CRJ 330: Comparative Criminal Justice Week 6 Assignment International Crime Witness, Part 1For this assignment, you will select one of the six model nations in the textbook to research the differences in criminal code and legal procedures between the United States and your selected country.Imagine you are traveling abroad in your chosen country when you […]

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Table of Contents1.0 Executive Summary……………………………………………………………………………………………… 12.0 Introduction ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2 3.0 Corporate Vision ………………………………………………………………………… 24.0 Mission Statement ……………………………………………………………………….. 5.0 Corporate Goals……………………………………………………………………………6.0 Environmental Analysis…………………………………………………………………………………………. 6.1 Political………………………………………………………………………………..6.2 Economic………………………………………………………………………………6.3 Cultural………………………………………………………………………………..6.4 Technological………………………………………………………………………….6.5 Environmental…………………………………………………………………………6.6 Legal……………………………………………………………………………………7.0 SWOT Analysis ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7.1 Strengths …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7.2 Weaknesses………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7.3 Opportunities………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7.4 Threats ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8.0 Marketing Objectives  ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 9.0 Market Segmentation……………………………………………………………………………………………….10.0 Marketing Mix Strategies ………….………………………………………………………………….. 10.1 Product……………………………………………………………………………..10.2 […]

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Chapter17

Essentials of Organizational Behavior, 14e (Robbins/Judge)Chapter 17 Organizational Change and Stress Management1) Each of the following is most likely to result in the changing nature of the workforce except ________.A) immigrationB) outsourcingC) multicultural environmentD) demographic changesE) changing literacy levelsAnswer:  EExplanation:  E) The nature of the workforce is most likely to change due to a multicultural […]

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Ch4

CHAPTER 4LAW ENFORCEMENT TODAYLearning ObjectivesAfter reading this chapter, students should:1. List the four basic responsibilities of the police.2. Explain how intelligence-led policing works and how it benefits modern police departments.3. Identify the differences between the police academy and field training as learning tools for recruits.4. Describe some of the benefits that female police officers bring […]

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CYBER CRIME           Chapter 3           ObjectivesReview Traditional Problems in the Recognition and Prosecution of Computer Crime Discuss the History of Computer CrimesExplore the Traditional Rationales for Phreakers and HackersDiscuss the Evolution of HackingAcquire an Appreciation for Computers as Marketable CommoditiesExplore the Current State of Computer Crimes Globally                 DetailsTraditional Problems vs. Emerging IssuesNormally criminal statutes are based upon the physical […]

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Background

BackgroundThis novel by Isabel Allende concerns what happens over a three day period during a snow storm in Brooklyn, New York. A minor traffic accident brings the book’s major characters together. Yet, this vehicular entanglement is not the only problem. Richard, Lucia and Evelyn, the central characters in this book, are involved in a murder […]

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Anthropologyresponse

Readings: Miller Ch. 6Reader, #16,Family and Kinship in Village IndiaKinship – Introduction.Kinship is the most basic principle of organizing individuals into social groups, roles, and categories. Some form of organization based on parentage and marriage is present in every human society. In modern industrial communities family structures have been weakened by the dominance of the […]

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335Comparisons

                                                    JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY & ISLAM COMPARED JEWS                                                                         CHRISTIANS                                        MUSLIMSMonotheistic                                                             Monotheistic                          Monotheistic                                                                               (Trinitarian)               Abraham Progenitor                                          Abraham                                AbrahamJerusalem holy city                                                      Jerusalem                               Jerusalem Reverence for Heb. Prophets                        Rev. for Prophets                 Rev. for Prophets Hebrew Bib.accptd                                           Heb. Bib.accptd                      Not accptd as canonical                                                          as canonical                              but respectedNo New Test.                                                       New Testament                      Qur’an in place of,(Talmud plays                                               Church Fathers                                 but N.T. respectedparallel role)                                                                                                                       Hadith suppl. Qur’anJesus not divine                                                  Jesus divine &                               Jesus not divine,nor a prophet                                                      savior–messiah                             but reveredMuhammad not accptd                                  M. not accepted                                  Muhammad  accptdas seal of […]

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Adolf Hitler Biography

Its own people with the aid of aggravators such as the Jews were greatly responsible for its downfall.As marriage is naturally intended as a means to procreate and to build a good foundation for a new being, Hitler had considered that early marriage would be more appropriate. Having a young couple on their fullest capacity […]

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What Should the Best Electoral System Look Like

There are advocates of non-proportional plurality and proportional electoral systems alike, the merits of all these differing electoral systems to constitutional designers will be assessed, comparing the advantages and disadvantages of each electoral system in turn. Constitutional designers would have to consider the merits of each electoral system depending on what their objectives were, for […]

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Is Japan Part of Asia

However, the divergent opinion on exactly the location of Japan arose in the 19th century as asserted by Ferdinand (2007, p. 655). A Japanese scholar suggested for Japan to break away from the rest of Asia in order to join their more developed imperial powers during that time. This concept historically ‘betrayed’ Japan and hence […]

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Emergence of Crime Prevention and Community Safety in the Context of the Crisis of Governance That Afflicted the UK during 1970 and 1980

Representations of crime and punishment offer, in varying measure, titillating glimpses of the seductions of deviance, moral boundary maintenance and an anxiety-arousing frisson of fear. It is further mentioned that election campaigns did not mention crime as an important issue until 1970 when Margaret Thatcher developed law and order into a major arena of ideological […]

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The PalestinianIsraeli Conflict

Proceeding with a historical overview of the conflict, the competing Israeli-Palestinian narratives will then be reviewed, following from which Oslo, despite its eventual failure, will be used to establish the possibility of reconciling the said narratives.The origins of today’s conflict between the Jewish and Palestinian people lie in the birth of political Zionism at the […]

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The Effects of the New Deal Reform by F D Roosevelt on Modern Political Structure

The implementation of the Social Security Act in 1935 was particularly symbolic of the constitutional conflict between government and the judiciary (Alter, 2006). Whilst the Social Security Act had been passed by Congress, the Supreme Court had yet to rule on its validity. These proposals were unchartered waters for federal authority and it was inevitable […]

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Socialeconomic Political and Financial Conditions of India and China

The practice of wine consumption is gradually becoming a fashion trend among the youth, particularly, the population of the urban centres. This trend is majorly visible in China. In India, although there are strong government regulations against the practice of consuming wine, the young generation of the country are increasingly showing greater interest towards wine […]

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Cross of Gold

 In the late 1890s, citizens of the United States of America found themselves at the bottom of a financial hole. It was an economic crisis that citizens and politicians alike could not grab the reins on to regain control. Unfortunately, where there is economic crisis, political crisis is usually just around the corner as […]

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The War against Jews

A series of emergency decrees were declared in Germany. Hitler suspended many civil rights such as freedom of press, speech, and assembly.He created half-truths that strengthened German pride by blaming all their troubles on Communists and Jews. From the Nuremberg Laws in 1935 to Kristallnacht in 1938, Hitler slowly detached Jews from German society. Under […]

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Introduction to Business

This is confirmed by the case facts say: Federal Express took a leading role in lobbying for air cargo deregulation that finally came in 1977. These changes allowed Federal Express to use larger aircraft (such as Boeing 727s and McDonnell-Douglas DC-10s) and spurred the company’s rapid growth. By the mid-2000s Federal Express had the world’s […]

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Hitler Fascism and Mussolini Fascism

This research will begin with the definition of fascism as a form of totalitarian government, with an authoritative dictator who takes control of the entire nation, its people and economy. It is a political ideology with a radical nationalism concept, which initiates a ‘revolution’ for promoting the fascist principles. Basically rejecting the idea of socialism, […]

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Mergers and Acquisitions

Research by Kearney (2008) found out that India is leading in cross-border mergers and acquisitions followed closely by Malaysia. This is attributed to the fact that the government of these two countries provides substantial tax incentives to companies to engage in high-tech business deals and enhance export. In contrast, Chinese companies have shied off MA […]

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Theorist of Choice C Wright Mills

Write a paper on C. Wright Mills and theories on the sociological imagination. Describe the theory and provide evidence supporting your thesis (three reasons for choosing your theorist). C. Wright Mills inherently believed that people need to comprehend the history of their society, so that they can better understand the workings and functioning of the […]

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Business and Globalization of India

International investment is at a high level since India is an important business destination. It has a vibrant middle-class one factor that makes it a covetable business destination (Bose, 2009: 125). In any economy, infrastructural development is the main facilitator of business. India boasts of The Golden Quadrilateral road network that connects main metros of […]

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Chinese Press System

Democracy was never followed in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), be it the Chinese media or press, all were owned by the Chinese government. And the most annoying dilemma to which the U.S was confronted since the beginning of Chinese independence was the failure of the U.S government to introduce political reforms in China. […]

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The Mo Ibrahim Foundation

Mo Ibrahim Foundation exposes the unsung African leaders who have made tremendous achievements. Winning this award brings them into the limelight and the international arena for recognition. Similarly, winning this award gives them good exposure and puts them in an advantageous position of competing for other competitive awards for their achievements have been recognized (Nsehe […]

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Philips in China Case Study

The main factors are one of the lowest wages in the world, availability of educated workforce, a steady exchange rate, and a growing economy. As it is expected that china would enter into WTO, the company has already declared that it would make China its base of exports around the world. At present, Philips has […]

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Government 2

Government 2 12 May What are the benefits of having lifetime appointments to the Supreme Courts? The benefitof having lifetime appointments to the Supreme Court is political in principle. It is a matter of fact that the judicial branch of government in the United States is not the strongest among the three branches since it […]

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Liberalism in International Political Economy Compared with Marxism and Realism

Liberalism and Marxism (and Gramscianism) In the theory of Liberalism, Adam Smith is one of its well-known proponents. His ideas on liberal capitalism focus more on how behaviors and market competitions are controlled by the invisible hand, believing that merchants or individuals are relying on their own in contributing greatly to economic improvement without the […]

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The Separation of Church and State

There are Catholic countries, for instance, which have influential religious sectors that influence public policy and the polity in general. Then, there is the theocratic form of government, found in few states that effectively combined religion with the government. This is now the focus of this paper. It is difficult to determine the extent of […]

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Trials &amp

WitnessesIn so doing, consider the trial’s ramifications both at the time as well as how historians view the trial today.The failure to impeach United States President Andrew Johnson was a landmark political event. it shaped the independence of the future executive branch of government socially, politically, and legally. The events occurred during an era of […]

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Political Regimes in France

Generally, political regimes and the French authority were the main causes of the sufferings experienced by the French peasants. The paper will, therefore, look at the political regimes in France in relation to Tinnon life of a simple man. It will also seek to look at the political leanings for the life of a simple […]

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Embryonic Stem Cells

The research has had significant influences from various sectors of society. These range from financial considerations, whereby governments and private sectors provide funding for the progress of the projects, to legislation by government banning or allowing the research, to religious views and beliefs of the people. As a result, stem cell research has had to […]

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Have social movements been successful in achieving their objectives in Latin America

The good thing about these social revolts is their capacity to bring forward advantages on the part of various social movements which continue to evolve, making them more sophisticated and expert on achieving their objectives. In this paper, the proponent tries to explore significant proofs which substantially points out social movements in Latin America to […]

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Political Authority and Morality

The leaders are accountable for their actions and behaviors, and usually do the right thing because otherwise they would have to present their case in front of the publics. Political authority seems justified when there are norms and procedures that take care of the political manifestations and when people are given what they deserve the […]

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Egypt Before and After the Revolution

This paper asks what happened to Egypt before and after the 2011 Revolution. The 2011 Egyptian Revolution is not a product of overnight mobilization, but of decades of political repression and socio-economic problems, and so after it, the country continues to grapple with various social, economic, and political issues. The causes that built up the […]

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Successful democracy in th US

Evaluate the Articles of Confederation as a guide for successful democracy in the United s. The Articles of Confederation was the document thatserved as the precursor to the official constitution of the United States. The former was ratified in 1781, the latter was signed and accepted in 1789. The leaders of revolutionary America felt the […]

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Barclays Retail Banking in India

Analysis of Environment 5 1.1. PEST Analysis 5 8 1.2. Industry Life Cycle 8 2.0. Competitive stance of Barclays in India 9 2.1. Porter’s Five Forces 9 Section 2 13 2.1. Scale and Scope 13 2.2. Analysis of Strategy 14 2.3. Evaluation of Sustainability 15 References 17 Bibliography 21 Introduction After realising the potential of […]

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The Later Roman Empire

Stephen Williams and Gerard Friell discover why and how, contempt same political and military agitations, the western empire all but broke down and the eastern empire lived and amalgamated its strength confront of the incursive weak, barbarians, and immature imperial and machinations around the globe. The article explores the threats from the huns, due to […]

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Impact of Institutional Factors on Employment Relations

The practices are significant in the enhancement of employee satisfaction. There are many factors that may affect might affect employment relations, such as political influences, changing technology, cultural issues, social and economic factors, business cycle as well as psychological factors. The government plays a significant role in employment relations and is recognized by many employers […]

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Man Killed in Sydney Shooting

Local people are strictly prohibited to get into the area until the investigation process is in progress and police advice the people for not to come across the street and try to avoid it. However, even after several primary investigation process police is still unable to identify any criminals or suspects. As the shootout was […]

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The Vietnam Quagmire

The Vietnam Quagmire According to Halberstam, the Vietnam War was precipitated by what can be considered to be American interference in the political leadership and affairs of Vietnam. What started as America’s military aid to Vietnam in its resistance wars against the French turned into an uneasy relationship between the Americans and Diem. Diem was […]

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The Most Essential Characteristics of a Democracy

Secondly, democracy should rest on majority rule and individual rights, protection of basic human rights like freedom of speech, religion, conducting free and fair elections where the citizens have the right to participate.In the sovereign rule, the highest authority rests with the people. however, in other forms of governments, namely authoritarianism and communism, the sovereign […]

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The US Force that Can Change Conflicts in the Middle East

The world attempts to adopt progressive attitudes toward capitalism, individual human rights, and political equality, some nations remain philosophically opposed to these Western values. But as globalisation continues, and countries are axiologically merged together, this thinking in terms of Western vs. Eastern or First-world vs. Third-world becomes adversative to the social movements we are witnessing […]

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Critically assess how 9/11 changed US foreign policy in relation to ONE of the following regions Middle East European Union OR

The recent warm Indo-US relations didn’t establish overnight. There are three major developments which took place in last 15 to 20 years that forced both the countries to come close to each other for their national interests. The foremost development was the end of Cold War era which remained focal point of US foreign relations. […]

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Labour Law in Canada Final EXAM

Closed shops: The position or status of closed shops varies in the provinces of Canada. A closed shop can be a type of union safety contract where the employer confirms to hire union associates simply, and employees ought to stay associates of the union continually. Union security measures, as well as specially the closed along […]

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UN Sanction within Iraq postgulf storm war how they affected the people and how they provided perhaps breeding ground for terrorist ideology

The period in the history of Kuwait in which the country was a part of Basra’s Ottoman ‘vilayet’ was also being followed by the gulf war of 1990/ 1991. A series of political events led to the stage of the war that was fought between the contrived coalition forces of the United States of America […]

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Influence of the Relationship between Politics and Religion in Western Civilization Conflicts

Muslims believe in the holy war and observe the pilgrimage to Mecca which Christians neither believe in nor practice. During the Medieval period, both Christianity and Islam promulgated their religious beliefs and practices in territories where the majority existed. Christianity employed the use of missionaries whereas Islam employed offensive practices such as conquests, political rule […]

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Democracy Promotion by Western Powers since the beginning of the Arab Spring in Tunisia

Until lately, Arabic countries in the last two decades have demonstrated their strong need for political changes and democracy in their countries. Tunisia was the first, followed by Egypt’s riots that have persisted since then, and followed Libya before the Middle East, where the world watched Islamic movements match in union against repressive governments to […]

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To what extent was colonial development driven by domestic (coloniser) concerns rather than the interests of the colonised Use

However, these activities were instilled to ensure the colonials developed their interests, and did not prioritise the interests of the colonised states. The colonised states had little or no control over these activities, which clearly indicates that colonisation was directed towards expanding the interests of the colonising countries. There are many aspects where the interests […]

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Stoning in Iran

However, she completely neglects the very reality that she is also guilty of human rights violations by imposing and inflicting the horrible and humiliating punishments upon the sex offenders in the form of stoning them to death because of developing extra-marital sexual relationships with one or more person(s). Since stoning to death maintains neither any […]

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The Rhetorical Analysis of The Exorcist And Its Relationship With The Audience

Many people claimed that the film depicted child sexuality, blasphemous acts, and vivid description of evil. They further claimed that it was not suitable for children that were 17 years and below. There was evidence of some viewers fainting, breaking down, and even committing suicide. Consequently, some clerics and Protestants condemned the film. However, the […]

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Alternative Perspectives on Management

Management involves achieving competencies in human resources management, administration, and organizational leadership among other areas (Koontz Weihrich, 1990). In addition, organizational image and identity refer to that which is most central, distinct and most enduring about an organization. In other words, the image and identity refer to who we are as an organization (Whatten Mackey, […]

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The Specific Clause in Canadian Constitution Is a Champion of Federalism

The continued existence of the notwithstanding clause speaks to its utility. Its origins are entirely important to Canadian Federalism. Essentially the notwithstanding clause was the result of a political compromise necessitated by the need to recognize the constitutional notion of parliamentary sovereignty, the autonomous provincial paradigm, the need for patriation of the Constitution of Canada. […]

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Urban Economics Successes and Challenges of Bangkok

Bangkok is a significant provincial city, yet it has started looking for remote financing in an exertion to build its imperativeness globally. Late occasions, nonetheless, have undermined this exertion. Bangkok’s wrongdoing rate remains high, with outsiders frequently the focuses of brutality, and boundless debasement keeps on plaguing numerous business wanders. To intensify matters, the nation […]

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Black Writers in America

It is evident that most parts of the writing dwell on the race issue while other parts concentrate on the United States of America as the residential place and the social environment, which natured her. This is the only way through which they express their sincere feeling in their writing works. Through this, they managed […]

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The Dilemma of British Railway System

Margaret Thatcher presumed that the British Railways was an exception. During her reign as Britain’s Prime Minister from 1979 to1991, all public services were subject to privatization. But due to her heightened sensing for political danger (which was higher than her ideologies), she deprived the British Railways of investment while saying no to its privatization. […]

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The Battle of Midway

The military confrontation between the United States of America and the Japanese Empire escalated in the early months of 1942, as strategic territories located in and around the Pacific Ocean saw unprecedented levels of attritional warfare. The following passages will analyze the unfolding of events during the Battle of Midway from various authors’ viewpoints and […]

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GreenZone The Movie

However, it became apparent that the weapons of mass destruction that was being searched for by the American army were never found. The green zone movie can therefore be described as a reality movie since it tells a real story about the America and Iraq conflict (Mowle, 7). However, other scholars and movie analyst have […]

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Managing Effectively Standards and Expectations of Modern Management

Power is an important privilege possessed by managers who can use it to get things done from others. Subordinates perceive their managers to exercise different powers based on the situation. Like, the power to recognize someone, ability to punish or reprimand, ability to examine others based on tasks, personal influence through attraction or charisma etc.Different […]

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Modernity and Spaces of Femininity

The paper Modernity and Spaces of Femininity focuses on the article of Griselda Pollock. The article clearly represents Pollock’s feminist views. She is a credible author being a leading cultural theorist. She has done vast research on feminist issues such as those that women encounter while living and working in societies as objects of male […]

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Feudalism and the Manorial System

Manorial system was social and economic system in medieval Europe. The system regulated peasant land tenure and production, administered taxation and local justice. There is a close relationship between the manorial system and feudalism. In both cases, regulation of land tenure featured as a major factor that influenced production of the nation. The difference of […]

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Globalization

Due to the increase in markets influence the world’s economic and political scene, and the ever-increasing importance and power of non-governmental organizations, national governments will lose their sovereignty to the process of globalization. On the skeptical side, they view globalization as a myth. The growth of multinational corporations does not mean that nation-states are no […]

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Democrats VS Republicans

It was during their rule that women got the right to cast their votes in the ballots Key words: Liberals, Conservatives, foreign policy, domestic policy, economy driven, morality driven. The two different upfront with regard to the political ideologies. Each derives its inspiration from different set of actions and course undertaken. Republicans are dubbed as […]

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THE WORLD OF IMPERFECT COMPETION

The World of Imperfect Competition Mukoma, Robert. Academia Order Essay Monday, 12 August This paper endeavors to eluci differentvariations of global market structures, with an emphasis to imperfect competitive markets. To achieve that purpose, examples researched from online business publications and journals have been featured. Definitions to financial terminologies are consolidated taking a keen considerations […]

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Martha Stewart’s

Martha Stewart’s Case Martha Stewart’s Case Martha Steward is a successful business lady who knows all that happens when suspicious business deals are made. When she was called by Faneuil on coming back from her trip, she never bothered to question herself about the transaction she was about to make (Steiner, amp. Steiner, 2006). The […]

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Critically assess the Prime Minister’s powers Review the role of the media in British politics Is the higher civil ser

This work will focus on the powers of the prime minister and other political issues in the United Kingdom, specifically Britain (Adams, 2000). Powers of the prime minister The office of the prime minister in the United Kingdome is not in the constitution meaning there is no reference or a proper legal document that describes […]

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Continued Unabated Use of Fossil Fuels

Main energy producers (i.e. Russia, Middle East, Caspian Sea and Africa) use a small percentage of their energy resources. This wide disparity between production and consumption has made energy products the world’s biggest traded products. Just about every country in the world exports or imports a noteworthy volume of its energy products.This means a wide […]

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Thomas Jefferson

Practically, in his life, Thomas Jefferson faced a plethora of challenges and issues. While facing such challenges, Thomas Jefferson evinced a remarkable ability for out of the box thinking, ingenuity and panache for abiding by deeply held values and convictions. It is not without a reason that even in the current times when the political […]

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International Sports Questions

Popular sporting events create a space where conventional status barriers are transcended towards a shared experience of sport. With the growth of the Olympic games, professional sports leagues and corporations have seized the opportunity to sell their products in international markets2. The three questions related to international sports are answered below.When bidding to host an […]

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The Essence of Organisational Theory

Moreover, supporters of the organizational theory argue that the concept of stress is central to the individual’s performance within an organization: Stress is a person’s adaptive response to a stimulus that places excessive psychological or physical demands on that person (Moorhead/Griffin, 1998, p.226). To this end, the organizational theory focuses on the impact of stressors […]

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The Struggle for Political Rights and Indigenous Culture Recognition in Mexico Consolidating Democracy in a Divided Nation

Though Mexico is currently undergoing significant internal change, in relation to its position as a globalized economy and in recognizing the rights of its citizens, significant limitations currently plague the process of democratization. Indigenous citizens make up a significant percentage of the total population in Mexico, however, these groups continue to struggle with the achievement […]

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Ethics in Healthcare Stem Cell Research

Ethics in healthcare: Stem Cell Research Task: Ethic in healthcare: Stem Cell Research Introduction The stem cell research can provide solutions concerning the development of human beings. Additionally, it can lead to the discoveries of new treatments for diseases. However, scientists are facing ethical challenges regarding the stem cell research. Since such research raise ethical […]

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The CoOperative Bank in the UK Market and the Decision of Expanding in the Market

The banking sector is definitely one of the important industries of any economy. It is furthermore considered to be quite sensitive to political stability. The UK economy, after the recent conclusion of the global economic downturn, is recorded to face instability in its political environment. Some major conflicts arising in the economy, like the coalition […]

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Various Explanations of Culture

According to Samovar et al (2009), culture has been subjected to numerous and often-complex abstract definitions as writers labored to incorporate and explain the array of cultural components and objectives. They continue to say that, what was considered earliest definition of culture by British anthropologist Sir Edward Burnett Taylor in 1871, explained culture as the […]

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LR growth Economic Fluctuations US Stabilization Policy

In addition, inadequate financial institutions, political instability, high level of risk, and dictatorship in governance like showcased by Zimbabwe inhibit economic development. The above discussed factors inhibit capital inflows into the developing countries. This offers an explanation why the developing world will never economically develop as compared to the developed economies. Lastly, the policies of […]

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The Sources of Conflict in the Middle East

142). Other theories such as international relations, religious conflict and civil war theories have been used to explain the sources of conflict in the Middle East. Theories of international relations conceptualize what drives state-to-state relations and state behaviour. There are essentially two main theories of international relations: liberalists and neo-realists theories. Liberalists theorize that the […]

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Holocaust during Years 1938

Even the survivors, who should know the most about the horrors they endured, acknowledge the inexplicability of the Holocaust. Robert Lifton quotes a survivor as saying, the professor would like to understand what is not understandable. We ourselves, who were there and who have always asked ourselves the question, and will ask it until the […]

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Qualities of a Successful Marriage

The qualities of a successful marriage have thus become essential to understand in the context of the present-day situation.Webster’s Dictionary defines marriage as ‘The institution whereby men and women are joined in a special kind of social and legal dependence for the purpose of founding and maintaining a family’ (Bell, 2001). However, the institution of […]

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Socially Just Conditions for Learning

In the sphere of education it is especially important to focus on social aspects, because teachers are responsible for upbringing and educating of new globalized citizens. Therefore, sociological implications of pedagogical practices should be correlated with political and cultural regulations of the country. Socially just pedagogies are focused on education of students with disabilities, from […]

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Screening Technique for International Investment in the Emerging Markets of the Telecommunication Industry

The modern viewpoint favors multinational capital investment than the home country investment. However, studies show that there are many opportunities and risk factors to be considered, before deciding to invest in a foreign country especially in an emerging market(Meldrum.2000. Nagy,1984. Hooper,1994. Lehman, 1999, etc). This will be in addition to the risk factors for home […]

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International Business

Some perspectives associated with a country which have to be considered in relation to business investments in the hospitality industry include the culture of the country which reflects on the tastes of the clients, economic and political forces at work that have an impact on the stability of the country, marketing as well as human […]

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What concepts and theories best capture the predicament of forced migrants in the 21st century

This presents a challenge, as countries who are absorbing an influx of voluntary migrants may not have enough economic opportunities for the forced migrants. Additionally, because the same conditions exist for the voluntary and the forced migrants, forced migrants may have difficult attaining refugee status, which means that they might not be accepted by the […]

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The Cases for Autonomy and Separatism in the Caribbean

While occupying the intermediate condition as a protected autonomous entity within an extensively decentralized sovereign state, the movement tends to continue to articulate the desire for a separate independent destiny with these two goals oscillating between moments of satisfying accommodation and periodic bursts of renewed determination for outright secession. In the end, the objective remains […]

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Jerry Mander Technologies of Globalization

Journal Entry s Today, globalization as the dominant world order is being contested at various levels and in several ways by many movements which cannot be reduced to a simple ‘anti-globalization’ movement. Since the Industrial Revolution, economic globalization entails arguably the most crucial redesign of the earth’s economic and political arrangements. However, in spite of […]

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Venezuela Case Analysis

Because of this reason, the casualties of the injustices who are mostly Afro Venezuelans and women, have ensued legal action and social unrest to push for and ensure equality for all (Karimi amp. Shoichet). The violations have led to human right movements and rise of activists who advocate and proclaim for the protection and observance […]

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Tell It To Women

Tell It to Women Osonye Tess Onwueme’s Tell It to Women is a dazzling drama that is pegged on political metaphor. The story revolves around a group of women who portrays themes of voice and silence. The setting of this story may be traced from the postcolonial period in African town in rural Nigeria (Onwueme, […]

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Interagency Disater Management of the US Midwest Floods of 1993 and how it Might be Managed Different Today

When the disaster subsided, meetings and hearings were convened, new policies were drafted, and the administration of Clinton assigned a task force. Key decision makers and legislators required documents, reports, assessments and development programs. A small portion of the population affected by the catastrophic flooding, whether they are on the floodplain or in the Beltway, […]

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What is Wrong With the Dream Act

English The Dream Act Summary The Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act provides a way in to direct citizenship for unlawful immigrants who came to the U.S. as minors. Introduced by Dick Durbin and Orrin Hatch in August 1, 2001, the DREAM act provides conditional permanent citizenship to certain immigrants. Pundits see […]

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What was the political and strategic contribution of amphibious operations to the korean war 195053 does this input offer any guidance to the modern UK amphibious force

Historically, successful strategic implementation of such operations was attained by Julius Caesar and William the Conqueror during invasion of Britain. Later on, further development in war techniques and addition of air force has led to considerable changes in the existing situation. Since the World War I onwards, the art of strategic warfare reflected that if […]

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Martin Luther

Martin Luther was a German of Theology whose radical ideas about the Church and papal had brought the wrath of the Pope and Church of Europe. Martin Luther was Professor of Theology in the University of Wittenberg from where he later, did his doctorate in Theology. During the fifteenth and sixteenth century, Church had greatly […]

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Constitutional Interpretations

According to U.S. Constitution online, there are four basic methods of constitutional interpretation. Originalism or original intent, Modernism or Instrumentalism, Literalism and Democratic or normative reinforcement. Originalism, The theory that in constitutional adjudication judges should be bound by the intent of the farmers, where Farmer refers to those who wrote and ratified the Constitution, is […]

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Issues Faced by International Students

Issues Faced by International StudentsAfter an intensive and exhaustive research of issues faced by international students who seek educational opportunities in foreign countries, I have compiled a research proposal documenting the challenges and possible avenues which can be exploited to ease the situation. An interview conducted amongst staff and students revealed that international students` face […]

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Spread of disease

Spread of disease History and political science Evolution of Theories about Germs and Infection Evolution of germs and disease can be traced back to the ancient Greek where Hippocrates a famous philosopher came up with the humoral theory as the cause of disease. Hippocrates was against the religious theory of disease that existed prior t […]

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PRODUCTION AND COST

ystems continue to drive costs of cross-border flows down, local and national economies continue to integrate, gradually or in shocks, into global economy. Clearly, present increasing integration into global economy in developing and developed nations alike is not a simple and direct result of communication and technological advances. This is, rather, a complex mosaic shaped […]

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Hypothesis moudle one and two

Hypothesis The study of sociology is basically determined by human interactive behaviour in the society. Independent variableHuman interactive behaviour- human interactive behaviour is measurable as it is determined by various aspects. For instance, the psychological analysis of people: How many people think alike? Response being 0- 60 million+ people. This can be proved by political […]

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Evaluating the Company Situation

Evaluating the Company Situation EVALUATING THE OMAN AIR COMPANY SITUATION Competitive Analysis The Oman Air company is very competitive in the industry. It has put latest steps so as to help it have a competitive advantage. The struggle of the business to outdo it competitors has put in place a New Performance System will include […]

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The First Muslim

It is evidently clear from the discussion that the author does not show any pieces of evidence to prove any part of the story. The book is written like a fiction novel or a fairy tale. Both novels and fiction novels do not show any supporting pieces of evidence of the author’s story. The readers […]

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Criminal Justice Victimology

24). Victim facilitation takes place when victims unwittingly contribute to crime through their carelessness and other actions (Eigenberg amp. Garland, 2008, p. 24). The implications of victim facilitation are that it can be prevented more than other forms of victimology where victims increased their protections against crimes, and that the community and the police can […]

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Rise and Fall of Empires

tion and elevated levels of industrialization which may make a nation attain superpower status just like that of the People’s Republic of China (Fishman 112). In this essay, our focus will be on China as an emerging superpower capable of rivaling the status of the United States driven by its exemplary economic growth and military […]

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Outline summary

Your Full Your Teacher’s 4 April As the suggests, this article by Alfred Diamant, is a review or commentary on Lucien W. Pye’s earlier article titled The Non-Western Political Process. Diamant does not agree with Pye’s classification of political process between Western and non-Western. He starts by pointing out that if Pye’s assertions, which are […]

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