Covering Extremism In The Muslim Worlds

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract There has been a series of terrorists attacks in Muslim and Non-Muslim world ostensibly conducted by Islamic militant groups, generally known as ‘Jihadis’, ‘al-Qaeda’ or now ‘Taliban’. Taliban among them are reportedly happening to be more violent as they have conducted series of suicide bombing largely in almost all major cities of Pakistan. Taliban ...

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The Influential Theory Commodity Fetishism

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction This paper will focus on one of the most significant theoretical pillars of the influential theory: commodity fetishism. Marx asserts that social reality under capitalism presents itself in a way that confuse the people who settle it. For Marx, economists, like all other persons in the world of capitalist, are not capable of realising ...

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Significant Influence In His Studio

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction The task 01 is talk about George Sowden he is s fames product designer. And we will know his history, inspiration, his design philosophy, his design works and which material choose. 2 History George Sowden was born 1942 in the leeds UK , his studio location at Milan and Italy. He originally trained as ...

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Chosen Scenario And Overview Of Cultural Dimensions

02 Nov 2017

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Contents: Introduction…………………………………………3 Cultural Levels………………………………........3-5 Chosen Scenario and overview of cultural dimensions………………….…………………...….5 Research………………………………………….6-8 Perceptions of people involved………………..…8-9 Recommendations and Conclusion…………....10-11 Bibliography and References…………………..…12 Introduction With globalisation developing, communicating with people from other countries is more prevalent than ever. Culture is one of the basic values that are majorly affected by globalisation. However, one’s cultural background needs ...

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Current Status Of Discipline Of Members Working

02 Nov 2017

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COLONEL K J GASEALAHWE DATE OF TRAINING: 2011-01-10 TO 2011-02-18 1 Introduction 2 Definition of Culture Robbins (1993:605) defines culture as a system of shared meaning. It represents common perceptions that are held by members of the organization. This is also referred to as the dominant culture while mini cultures that are formed within organizations ...

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The Social Context Provided By Buddhism

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction (300) Silk Road is considered as one of the most crucial networks of connecting East, South, and Western Asia as well as the Mediterranean and European world, and some parts of North and East Africa (Vadime 2001). Trading along the Silk Road has presented the opportunities of exchanging different cultures among the countries. Introducing ...

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Implementation Of Background Subtraction

02 Nov 2017

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Using Fuzzy Color for Surveillance S.Kokila1, M.Pandiyarajan2, #, Y.B.Santhosh kumar3, S.Saravanan3, B.Thirumurugan3 Assistant professor1, PG Scholar2, UG Scholars3 Department of ECE, Gojan School of Business and Technology Chennai, Tamil Nadu #[email protected] Abstract—Background subtraction is a very popular approach for detecting moving objects from a still scene. From the previous method they did the background subtraction ...

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Ibp Experience And Learning

02 Nov 2017

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This report is about my experience and learning as a part of my IBP (International Business Practices) course which I did in Clarion Shipping, Dubai. This is my first international experience and I was very much excited about it. This will include my overall experience of working at an international location and their working culture, ...

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Art Reflects The Current Times

02 Nov 2017

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Our times are an age of information media and of fast track communication. Everyday new concepts and ideas are urbanized, spreading to reach and influence the perceptions of the general public. We perceive nature as goodness and magnificence but also as the wildest most terrifying violence. It is the source from which we harvest sense ...

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The World Of Fashion

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction In the world of fashion, women are more eager to make themselves look fabulous and gorgeous at all times than men do. Because of this fact, women dictate the world of fashion even until today. Why men are so left at the back when we talk about fashion? Was it because of their attachment ...

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Images Can Sell Everything

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction: Images can sell everything such as perfume, car, a shoe, a house, a politician or a plant. Ads present us with images and then make them seem true (Quoted in Dyer, 1982: 82). Images are the central medium of information and visuals are dominant images today. Advertising is what René König has termed ‘a ...

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Celebrity Is An Omnipresent Feature Of Society

02 Nov 2017

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The celebrities in India are the role models for majority of Indians, they tries to follow their styles, clothes and their small habits. Celebrity endorsement is most acceptable and common phenomenon that companies use to attract their consumers across the world. They believe that celebrities can influence the purchasing decision of their prospect consumers as ...

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Foreground Object Detection Based On Background Subtraction

02 Nov 2017

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Asst.prof/ECE Adhiparasakthi Engineering College Melmaruvathur, India Email:[email protected] M.Sathya Kamatchi PG Scholar/ECE Adhiparasakthi Engineering College Melmaruvathur, India Email:[email protected] Dr.V.Nagarajan Professor/ECE Adhiparasakthi Engineering College Melmaruvathur, India Email: [email protected] Abstract—Due to mixture of Gaussians over color in each pixel, the trees waving in the wind and rippling water in dynamic texture scenes performs very poor. To address this ...

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Hanneke Wander En Eva Van Zanten

02 Nov 2017

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1. Introduction: ...

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Inspiration And Dominant Influenced Tom Dixon

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Introduction------------------------------------------------------- 2 Biography of Tom Dixon--------------------------------------- 2-3 Inspiration and Dominant influenced Tom Dixon---------3-4 Design philosophy of Tom Dixon----------------------------- 4 Design Methodology of Tom Dixon-------------------------- 4 Tom Dixon preferred materials and colour---------------- 5 Iconic design of Tom Dixon- Jack---------------------------- 5 Documented works of Tom Dixon---------------------------- 6 Task B - Design Era Descriptions of Wedgwood ------------------------------------7-8 Philosophy ...

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Considering The Contemporary Sris Lankan Society

02 Nov 2017

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Sri Lankans have adopted the European and American Fashion designs to a considerable level. Especially in urban areas, casual clothing styles such as denim jeans are very popular and even in rural areas, dresses such as trousers, t-shirts etc. are widely used. Considering the organizations, formal dress and business suits are required in most of ...

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Clone Town High Streets

02 Nov 2017

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Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Clone Town High Streets "Storm in a coffee cup", "Death spiral of the high street", "Town centres freezing out small shops", "Clone towns spreading across Britain", "High street in peril", just a few examples of headlines in the Daily Mail over the last eight years. Although the headlines may have been ...

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What Is An Urban Regime

02 Nov 2017

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A B C D C A C C B A 11. What is an urban regime and why do they matter? List three types of regimes, according to Stone, and explain their function. An urban regime is "the long term, informal public-private governing arrangement that can be found in many cities" (Ross & Levine, ...

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The Concept Of Culture

02 Nov 2017

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The concept of culture The notion of culture (from the Latin verb colere, "grow") belongs to Western history. The use of this term was then extended to those behaviors that imposed a "cure to the gods," is how the term "cult." The modern concept of culture can be understood as the body of knowledge considered ...

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Influential Designer Of His Generation

02 Nov 2017

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Description: C:\Users\JianLee\Desktop\legenda\Logo-Linton-Uni-Col.pngDescription: C:\Users\JianLee\Desktop\legenda\University-of-East-London-London-and-other-locations.png SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS & DESIGN B.A.(HONS) PRODUCT DESIGN FUTURE Module Code: ME617 Module Name: Contextual and Business studies Name: GRAHAM SAMPSON DABBEY UEL No.: U1054144 Matric No.: UPDF4-06/09-00032 H/Phone No.: 0147342286 Lecturer Checked: Yes Signature: ___________________ Comment : Content Part 1 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………….. Designer………………………………………………………………………………… Biography………………………………………………………………………………. HIS INFLUENCE……………………………………………………………………….. PHILOSYPHY………………………………………………………………………….. DESIIGN ...

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Famous Modern And Postmodernism Architects

02 Nov 2017

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Amongst many famous modern and postmodernism architects, Charles - Édouard Jeanneret, formally known as Le Corbusier is one of the pioneer architect that stands out from others. This Swiss French architect was born in October 6, 1887 and died in August 27, 1965 at the age of 78. This award winning architect is also a ...

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Comparative Perspectives On Treasure Hill

02 Nov 2017

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Le To Quyen ABSTRACT Due to the lack of space, many old areas and unused sites have been transformed into the public land for the need of the communities. The governmental and the non-governmental organizations have strongly promoted the revitalization of the city. The Urban Renewal has contributed to urban regeneration, urban rehabilitation, urban redevelopment, ...

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Post World War Ii Chandigarh

02 Nov 2017

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War could be known as one of the direct factors that influence architecture immediately. The social changes after the war bring significant change in architecture style. Demographic expansion, industrialization, economic, progression of science and technology as well as the new urban areas is the main issues that the war influences architecture in overall. (Cresti, 1970, ...

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Strategies Which Overcome These Tendencies

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction (256) After the Second World War, the modern socialist construction occupies an important position. Modernist architecture has been described as an innovation in 18th century art and architecture. Van Der Rohe said "Less is more" in 1959 (Gössel and Leuthäuser, 2001, p 225 ). From that moment, architecture style went back to basics. It ...

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Most Influential Architects Of The 20th Century

02 Nov 2017

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Amongst many famous modern and postmodernism architects, Charles - Édouard Jeanneret, formally known as Le Corbusier is one of the pioneer architect that stands out from others. This Swiss French architect was born in October 6, 1887 and died in August 27, 1965 at the age of 78. This award winning architect is also a ...

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Architecture In Context Building Analysis

02 Nov 2017

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Architecture In Context Building Analysis: Suzhou Museum Prepared by: Zhang Ying Ju A2095 Group / Semester: School of Art & Design IAD Year 1 August 2012 Intake Prepared for: Mrs. Marsitee Endut Date of submission: 21st January 2013 Content Introduction ………………………...…. Page Background ……………………………. Page Analysis …..……………………………. Page Conclusion ……………………………... Page Bibliography/Reference ……………………… Page 1.0 INTRODUCTION ...

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The Relationship Between The Diffusion Of Buddhism

02 Nov 2017

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Chosen Question: Discuss what contribution art and iconography made to the diffusion of religious traditions along the Silk Road? Essay Topic: The Relationship between the Diffusion of Buddhism and the Religious Art The Silk Road is not only a trading path that connecting the Asia and Europe and stimulating the economic development of passing area, ...

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The Link Between Architecture And Fashion

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction Through the centuries the technology changes and with it our lifestyle changes as well. Many areas have been affected by the technology in many ways, but some of the keep the retro style that allows them to travel in the past, in the present and in the future. Specifically, the link between architecture and ...

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House A Politician Or A Plant

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction: Images can sell everything such as perfume, car, a shoe, a house, a politician or a plant. Ads present us with images and then make them seem true (Quoted in Dyer, 1982: 82). Images are the central medium of information and visuals are dominant images today. Advertising is what René König has termed ‘a ...

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The Zimbabwean Government Implemented The Economic Structural

02 Nov 2017

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Zimbabwe's Economic and Structural Adjustment Program (ESAP) supported by the World Bank dismantled many of the controls confining the country's economy. Implemented during a severe recession brought on by Zimbabwe's worst drought in more than a century, the program made impressive strides in trade and domestic regulatory policy, creating the basis for self-sustaining growth. But ...

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Art And Culture Is Considered

02 Nov 2017

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Art practice will not be as lucrative or popular counterparts in other creative enterprise they will still poor cousin in the creative industries. Essentially, art conquered the creative industry and Singapore art world is changing. Singapore's vision as a city of art was realized. In the 2011 budget, art was assigned to each year s ...

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Design Approach From Villa Savoye

02 Nov 2017

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Le Corbusier, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (1887-1965) is a Swiss- French architect that not only is an influential teacher, but a writer in architecture especially the modern and international styles. His major works on town planning and purist visions have allowed him to express his style and theories for a new Architecture. His advancement to traditions and ...

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Experience From Manmade Structures And Human Satisfaction

02 Nov 2017

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Experience from Manmade Structures and human Satisfaction Student: Constantinos Pavlou History and Theory of the City ARCH-301 Lecturer: Elenore Zippelius January 21, 2013 Introduction: Kevin Lynch: Notes on City Satisfaction >psychological + sensual effects of the city. Hypothesis: Cities are complex, layered manifestations of time + place. They can therefore provide the very basic human ...

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Urban America With His Scribbles

02 Nov 2017

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After the article was published, a visual and cultural explosion occurred. Teens and younger adults quickly took to the streets to write their name on anything they could, but the main target of these writings became the New York City subway system. With new "writers" joining the ranks daily, writing on the subway cars became ...

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Approach For Image Data Mining

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract This paper presents a probablsitic approach for recognition of natural images. The paper implements the isolation of natural image based on color localization and shape with bounding regions. The extracted regions are classified using multiple features and train them for the recognition of image objects. With multiple features calculated for the recognition of natural ...

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Carrie Hatcher Racial Perceptions

02 Nov 2017

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I found that while collecting the data for this assignment that many people use what we could call the standard language to classify race. The language used is like what we would expect to find on a census form or other equivalent form. This was an interesting paper to collect data for and ...

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The Male Body Hidden Behind The Female Body

02 Nov 2017

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ABSTRACT TABLE OF CONTENT INTRODUCTION The male body, hidden behind the female body for ages, is now making its own way in the mass media. Nowadays, men are taking more and more care about their body because they are more health-conscious and, above all, they are aware of the need to fit in the world’s ...

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Globalizations Effects On Vietnamese Culture

02 Nov 2017

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Class :1TC-12 Topic :Globalization’s effects on Vietnamese culture ABSTRACT Conceived from 15th century by developed countries, globalization have been widespread round the world with establishment of international organizations such as: WTO, AFTA, APEC and Vietnam is not exception. This report, based on the primary research and fundamental analysis, discusses different opinions about globalization definition and ...

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Islamic And Social Festivals

02 Nov 2017

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Reading Writing Coursework Pakistani Culture Muhammad Usman Safdar Year 0 PAKISTANI CULTURE INTRODUCTION: Sub-cultures Islamic culture Islamic and social festivals Languages sports Dress Arts Well, different people have different opinions about the culture and I want to share my point of view as; The culture can be defined as "Culture is the shared knowledge and ...

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The Importance Of Public Art

02 Nov 2017

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Cardiff is one of the well-known examples of the kind of regeneration, where public art was used broadly to improve the sea front in during the construction of the new Opera House which had to be built. (Landry, Greene, Matarasso and Bianchini 1996:30). The Public Art plan in Cardiff Bay was created as a part ...

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A Challenge And An Opportunity

02 Nov 2017

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List of Illustrations 3 Abstract 4 Literary Review 5 Introduction 9 Research Question 9 Research Method 9 Abstract Nowadays architects are able to produce photorealistic imagery with the aid of effective 3D rendering technology that visually simulates architectural design. Virtual reality may be regarded as the ultimate means of creating architectural imagery; it allows the ...

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What Where The Dominant Influences

02 Nov 2017

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http://www.35redstar.com/UploadPic/2010-10-26/07455232331814.jpg Where he was born and educated? Luigi Colani is the most famous also the most subversive designers, international design community recognized as the "Leonardo da Vinci in the 21 century", he design of model is very exaggerated work, hope that through more freedom modelling to increase interest. On August 2, 1928, Luigi Colani was ...

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The Difference In Public Bus Transportation

02 Nov 2017

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between Jakarta and Singapore Abstract Public bus transportation has became very important for every country since 80s. It is not only to help transport people easily and cheaply, but it also help to control the volume of traffic especially in crowded places like Jakarta and Singapore. Every country has their own system and service for ...

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The Life Of Benjamin Franklin

02 Nov 2017

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KayLeigh Nava February 22, 2013 English 11, per. 2 Mrs. Martin The Life of Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin was a man who wore many hats in his lifetime. He was a husband, father, author, publisher, inventor, scientist, diplomat, and a Founding Father of America. Benjamin grew up in a very big and religious family. He ...

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French Language And Culture

02 Nov 2017

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French language and culture Sanju George Prof - Susy Stewart Wednesday, march 06, 2013 Itinerary page Day 1 - arrive at the airport and reach the hotel that I already booked for the accommodation Day 2 - Place - parliament building Geographical Area:  Downtown    Category: Historic Sites Day 3 - Place - Observatoire de ...

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How The Principles Of Art Help To Create A Better Website

02 Nov 2017

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If you were to ask anybody who is familiar with philosophy the question "What makes a human?" They would most likely refer back to the old Greek thinker Aristotle, and answer "Man is a rational animal" [1] Now what Aristotle actually said was that the separation between man and animal is defined by logon. Interestingly, we can ...

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Cross Cultural Perspectives In South Africa

02 Nov 2017

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LaToya Isley SOC 315 Cross-Cultural Perspectives Instructor:  Sharon Methvin February 25, 2013 South Africa’s Culture South Africa today is made up of "79% black African, 9.6% white colored, 8.9% colored, and 2.5% Indian/Asian. This country has eleven official languages in South Africa. They are English, Afrikaans, Ndebele, Sepedi, Xhosa, Venda, Tswana, Southern Sotho, Zulu, Swazi ...

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West And The Islamic World

02 Nov 2017

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By: Ahmad Introduction Culture context and definition The history of cross-cultural conflict is widespread, stretching back to the very origination of civilization and the appearance of distinctive cultures around Mesopotamia in earliest times. "From the Roman and Persian conquests and subsequent persecutions of groups who did not conform to their laws and societies, to ...

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Culture In Modern Society

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction It is perceived that currently, design and culture play a significant role in everyone’s thought process. Economics, politics and technology are seen as the main factors which determine the dominant cultural patterns in modern society. This can only mean that these forces will constitute part of culture in modern society. Design is also formed ...

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Can Be Linguistic Or Iconic

02 Nov 2017

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Most ads have the intention to make people aware of a product, service or concept followed by the purchase and therefore (Reschke: 1998, p. 1) To grab the attention and flame desire to buy ads started using attracting pictures, sounds, signs etc. this lead to more and more provoking and emotional images. The key to ...

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Structures And Human Satisfaction

02 Nov 2017

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Experience from Manmade Structures and human Satisfaction Student: Constantinos Pavlou History and Theory of the City ARCH-301 Lecturer: Elenore Zippelius January 21, 2013 Journals on cities are concerned with the functional effects of city life on the human being, relating the urban experience and activities found in a complex city in relation to the citizens. ...

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Contend Postmodernism Represents A Break

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction (254) After the Second World War, the modern socialist construction occupies an important position. Modernist architecture has been described as an innovation in 18th century art and architecture. Van Der Rohe said "Less is more" in 1959 (Gössel and Leuthäuser, 2001, p 225 ). From that moment, architecture style went back to basics. It ...

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Study Is Exploratory In Nature

02 Nov 2017

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Research Design: - The research design of the present study is exploratory in nature. The aim of the exploratory research is to develop and fill out as comprehensive and accurate picture of the area of study as condition allow. In our study we set certain objectives for empirical studies. The variables identified for this purpose ...

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Handling Imprecise Data In Information Systems

02 Nov 2017

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Asma Zoghlami1, Cyril de Runz2 1University of Paris 8, 2 University of Reims 1LIASD laboratory, 2CReSTIC 1Saint Denis, 2Reims France [email protected], [email protected] Herman Akdag University of Paris 8 LIASD laboratory Saint Denis, France [email protected] Abstract— In the literature, several studies have focused on introducing fuzzy extensions to the relational database models and to the object ...

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Main Conditions That Define Architecture

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction What are the main conditions that define architecture? Is it the dependent or the independent disciplines that makes the difference to the architect, or to the buildings that can project these disciplines in to the rest of the world. To analyze these two conditions, throughout examples you are about to see what the dependent ...

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The Hispanic American Subculture

02 Nov 2017

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[Diversity Task 2] Subcultures A subculture is a set of people within a culture which distinguishes them from the superior culture hence the sub culture has some similar and some unique attributes when matched with the superior culture. For example, in America, all the citizens share the American culture hence believe in freedom of expression, liberty, growth, equality etc. ...

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Glasgow School Of Art Singapore

02 Nov 2017

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HIGC Term 2 Assignment Dr Tudor Vladescu, Dr Terence Heng Glasgow School Of Art Singapore Glasses are one of the most important accessories I wore every day. Having myopia since I was 10 years old, glasses have been part of my life, it aids my vision and allows me to see things and view things ...

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Indian Institute Of Management Udaipur

02 Nov 2017

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Clarion shipping Individual Reflection Paper Dubai Ram Manohar 1/21/2013 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT UDAIPUR Executive Summary This report is about my experience and learning as a part of my IBP (International Business Practices) course which I did in Clarion Shipping, Dubai. This is my first international experience and I was very much excited about it. ...

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Taki 183 Spawns Pen Pals

02 Nov 2017

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After the article was published, a visual and cultural explosion occurred. Teens and younger adults quickly took to the streets to write their name on anything they could, but the main target of these writings became the New York City subway system. With new "writers" joining the ranks daily, writing on the subway cars became ...

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Earlier Age Villa Savoye

02 Nov 2017

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Module Title: DESN22076 Architecture in Context 2 Module Tutor: Guillermo Garma Montiel Le Corbusier is one of the most influential architects of the 20th century; his work (writings, buildings and ideas) defined the work of architects across the world. In his post-World War II architecture, especially at Chandigarh, we observe a marked departure in design ...

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Culture and Demographics of Russia

19 Oct 2017

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Russia Tyler A. McClellan Brother Brittan Russia has not always been what it is today. It began as many small settlements that came together to form an empire, many languages and minority languages are spoken, many religions practiced, and it is number nine in terms of world population. The religious customs of the Russian culture are not the same as American religious customs but ...

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Westernization of Japanese Culture

19 Oct 2017

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Daniel Gonzalez Is Japan Losing its Heritage? The Japanese people, have always been recognized for their rich cultural history. With rising concerns regarding population problems and pollution that culture may not be around for much longer. It is no secret that Japan is considered the technological Mecca of the modern world. With the race toward artificial intelligence, can too much of a good thing ...

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Henry Ford's Leadership Style and Culture

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Henry Ford is a well-known figure. An inventor, Successful Entrepreneur and he is a philanthropist and successful American businessmen who was the founder of Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford was born in 30th July 1863 on a farm Greenfield Township Michigan in United State and Ford family were immigrant from Ireland. He lost his mother in 1876 when he was thirteen and he had no interest in ...

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Importance of Culture Essay

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Introduction: Culture is the characteristic of group of people defined by everything such as language, religion, lifestyle etc. Different people in different societies have different culture but they also have some similarities. The culture varies in different things such as clothes, foods, religion and many others. Culture is the identity of a group of people living in specific place; they have their own sketch of life what ...

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The Relationship between Dogs and Humans

03 Oct 2016 27 Sep 2017

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Dogs and Human RelationshipDogs are widely referred to as ‘Man’s Best Friend’. Dogs are included as part of human society. Our relationship with the dog is much more varied, intense, and independent than with any other living species. Keeping a dog as a pet is a joy and a privilege, but it is also a responsibility. Although dogs have their basic requirements similar, different breeds, have ...

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Culture of Conflict in the Philippines

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The markers of globalisation such as the imperatives of economic liberalisation, fiscal reform, and migratory flows, which is one of tidal waves of global information, have restructured social relations existing all over the world. Even though the globalisation has been called as an integrating force, cultural conflicts have presently become the most rampant and widespread form of international violence as globalisation has accelerated (Crawford, n.d.). Undoubtedly, ...

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Report on Indian Society and Culture

03 Oct 2016 27 Sep 2017

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Executive Summary The culture of India is among the world's oldest, reaching back about 5,000 years. Many sources describe it as "Sa Prathama Sanskrati Vishvavara" — the first and the supreme culture in the world. India is a very diverse country, and different regions have their own distinct cultures. Language, religion, food and the arts are just some of the various aspects of Indian culture. Here ...

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Reflection on Racism and Social Prejudice

03 Oct 2016 27 Sep 2017

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Racism Racism refers to social prejudice against someone based on their skin color. It is a belief that members of a particular race possess certain qualities, characteristics and abilities in order to distinguish them as either superior or inferior to other races. I was born in Southern Kuwaiti. I was raised up in the slums in the outskirts of the city. I did not attend school. ...

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Martin Luther King Junior: A Biography

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Martin Luther King Junior Introduction Martin Luther King Junior was an American national, a protestant Christian by religion. He was a civil Rights activist, Baptist minister who led the various American-African civil rights movements. He struggled most of his life for the elimination of segregations of Blacks and whites in America. He was educated and had doctorate degree in systematic theology. He remained the Pastor of ...

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Has Technology Ruined Our Lives?

03 Oct 2016 27 Sep 2017

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Has Technology Ruined Our Lives? Technology ranges from computers/tablets/phones to the content laced within these devices. Everyone is constantly distracted by their chosen device and even get flustered when asked to put it away. A person spends up to 20 hours on Facebook per week and many of them let other people’s comments affect them – negatively and positively. While simultaneously making our lives easier, technology ...

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Gender and Sexuality in China

03 Oct 2016 27 Sep 2017

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Introduction Carl Max identified social class as the definitive origin of classism as well as of oppression in regards to women. In respect to China, leaders assumed that the birth of the Republic brought with it the demise of class-based discrimination thereby liberating women. But this is not particularly the case as the new society was characterized by amplified efforts to transform the society through masculinization ...

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Benefits of Teaching Culture and Language

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REVIEW OF LITERATURE Culture Definition of culture Culture (from the Latin “cutura” stemming from colre meaning “to cultivate”) generally refers to patterns of human activity and the symbolic structures that give such activities significance. “Farhang”, meaning culture, has always been the focal point of Iranian civilization. Values (the ideas about what in life seems important), norms (expectations of how people will behave in various situations), institutions ...

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An Analytical Report on Sikhism

16 Aug 2017 29 Aug 2017

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  The title of my analytical report is Sikhism. It related with the whole Punjabi's people which lives in the New Zealand. Sikhism community provides some basic needs of Punjabi community like social help, health related help and employment services. The main purpose of my analytical report is making our community better and make some changes in our community, create new plans which is more ...

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Ethics of Animal Testing and the Fur Trade

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Animals cruelty also know as animals abuse or animals neglect is the deliberate infliction by humans of abuse or suffering to any non-human animals, regardless if the act is illegal. Animals cruelty can be the causing of abuse or suffering for a gain, such as killing animal for food or clothing. Cruelty to animals is also deliberating harm to animal  for animal testing or being ...

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Culture of India

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The culture of India is the way of people living out there, what they speak, their religions, celebrations, dance, music, architecture, food, and customs. India is land of unity in diversity because people of different religions live together. The culture of India is the oldest, yet unique and colorful. There is a certain welcoming about India that are known worldwide for instance, greetings to elders ...

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Culture in South Korea

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Have you ever thought about how many different cultures there are around the globe? No two cultures will ever be the same, they are all very unique in their own ways. One of these global countries is South Korea. The United States has a great relationship with South Korea. After World War II and the Korean War, the United States is currently at peace with ...

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Views of the Benin Bronzes

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The Art of Benin Read Reading 2.3 'On the British loss of antique works of art from Benin' in AA100 Book 3, Chapter 2 and look closely at Plate 3.2.25 'Display for Benin bronzes at the Horniman Museum, London, 2007' and Plate 3.2.26 'Display of Benin bronzes at the Horniman Museum, detail, 2007' in the Illustration Book. Drawing on your understanding of these sources, discuss ...

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Nuclear Energy and Japan

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In 1945, the United States launched two nuclear attacks on both Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The two attacks not only destroyed two cities, but also killed thousands of people. Although Japan was the only country that suffered from the devastating effects of nuclear attack in World War II, Japan did not give up using and developing this technology for other uses. Japan kept using ...

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Country Report of the US

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Introduction The United States is one of the single most greatest countries in the world. Our relationship with this country is we all live in the United States. One interesting fact about this country is it has 50 states, is ranked 4th most largest country in the world by land, and 3rd by its population. Physical Features and Agriculture The official name of this country ...

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Effect of the Church in Ethnic Hostilities

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Write about a recent ethnic conflict in your context showing the role of social, political and religious institutions in the conflict. Discuss what the Church has done (or should be doing) to ease ethnic hostilities. Despite the persistent contribution of governments worldwide to ensure that there is a balanced socio-economic development in all spheres in the society, social inequality is still rife and embedded in ...

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Disenfranchisement of African American Voters

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In the year of 1619, American citizens decided that the new and accepted way of life was to force African citizens into slavery by kidnapping them and bringing them by ship to the land now known as the United States. These groups of people initially were brought to the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia. They ended up becoming property and sold as slaves to ...

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The Japanese Culture of Drift

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Introduction In this paper, I will do a topic about a movie Initial D which release on 2005, produced by Andrew Lau (Osmond, 2006). Initial D is a movie based on the Japanese anime, Initial D. It is about a son of tofu seller known as Takumi Fujiwara. He is a high school boy that take over his father's job to deliver the tofu every ...

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Factors for Political Participation

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The term 'political participation' has a very broad meaning. It is not only related to 'Right to Vote" but simultaneously relates to participation in: decision making process, political activism, political consciousness. Women in socialist democratic countries have higher proportion of representation in their federal parliament than women in Canada because In Canada there is less population as compare to socialist democratic countries. Moreover, females are ...

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Multicultural Analysis of Japan

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Land of the Rising Sun: Japan Japan is a country filled with old and rich traditional history that can't be found anywhere in the Western world. Japan and America share quite an interesting bond with one another. The bond between them seems to infer that they have most of their trust in each other, but trusting the notorious nation, China, is something that they can ...

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Strategies for Financial Performance Analysis

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Introduction The famous Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman who once said that 'there is one and only one social responsibility of business to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits' (Friedman 1970). Friedman outlines views which are characterized in two perspectives with regards to social responsibility, on one hand we are aware that attaining profits is one of the ...

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Emperor Shi Huangdi's Tomb

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There are many mysteries of human civilization's beginning and its continuing progression. In addition to these mysteries, grand structures from early civilizations still confuse us with their logic and places the method or the reasoning into complete obscurity. A good example of this is the Great Pyramid of Giza, this structure still fascinates the minds of researchers and laymen alike. There are so many other ...

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Introduction to Italy's Culture and Economy

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Italy Have any of you ever wanted to travel to a place filled with ancient ruins of a once mighty empire, delicious cuisine and wine, and beautiful scenery? Well, Italy is the perfect place for you! Italy is a European country with a very artistic formative country. Italy has an ancient and culture dating back from 27 BC. One of the most famous ancient ruins ...

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Cultural Features in Mexico

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Mexico The country that we had chosen was Mexico. One interesting fact about Mexico is that the country is the 11th most populated country in the world , around 117 million people. The relationship between Mexico and the United States are that they are two countries that share maritime and a land board in North America. Before, Mexico and the United States had a war, ...

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Cultural Features of Poland

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To begin with, Poland has a lot of different interesting facts like physical features, agriculture, and culture features. Poland is one of the ninth largest countries in Europe by the land area. The Polish American relations were officially established in 1919. Since 1989, Polish and American relations have been strong and Poland is one of the most stable European allies of the United States being ...

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Literature Review on Polygamy

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Polygamy is an intricate phenomenon and a result of power relations, with profound social, cultural, financial, and political roots. Regardless of being prohibited in numerous nations, the practice holds on and has been connected with women marginalization and emotional well-being sequelae. In this study, Daoud, Shoham-Vardi, Urquia and Campo, (2014) tried to enhance comprehension of this progressing, complex phenomenon by analyzing the commitment of financial ...

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Cultural Differences in Shakespeare's Work

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Shakespeare in Performance This essay will explore the cultural difference of two Shakespeare, Othello performances. The two performances used are Stuart Burge's 1965 adaptation and Oliver Parker's 1995 version. William Shakespeare was born in 1564 the son of John Shakespeare a glove maker, and Mary Arden the daughter of a farmer. Within the Elizabethan class system Shakespeare wouldn't have be destined for great things ...

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Philippines Country Report

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The Philippines is an amazing country. Many tourists go there to see the many beautiful views. We decided to do the Philippines as our country because two-thirds of the group is filipino. The Philippines is an interesting country to research because there are many things we don't know about it. An interesting fact about this country is that the Philippines was the first country in ...

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Jack Kerouac's Road to Postmodernity

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Jack Kerouac's Road to Postmodernity: Tracing the Beat Rhythm through Lyotardian Sensibility. Name- Dr. Ashima Bhardwaj Designation- Fulbright Postdoctoral Researcher Fellow (2016-2018) Institute- Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado, USA. Abstract: Jack Kerouac was an author of the iconic text On the Road that gave birth to the Beat Generation in America. He was the spokesperson of this cult movement who also bugled the advent of Postmodernity ...

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Planning and Writing about the Rock in Rio in Brazil

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This report will analyse the rock festival called Rock in Rio that has been happening for 32 years in different cities in Brazil, Europe and United States. In 1985, in a waterlogged ground in Rio de Janeiro, 1,4 million people watched for the first time what would be the biggest rock festival of the country until nowadays. During 10 days, 14 artists and 15 national ...

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History of the Boogy Man

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Throughout Folklore worldwide there is a great diversity of monsters, but one seems to link them all; the "Boogy Man". His stories have been passed down for generations, mainly to keep children from disobeying their parents. But this dark tale would not be forgotten easily, rather it stuck with them into their older lives. The boogeyman is a feared monster by all generations, but is ...

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Expression of Views through the Use of Bumper Stickers

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Sticking It to Bumper Stickers Think for a second about how social media has changed the way people interact with one another; websites like Facebook and Twitter have provided a highway of free expression. People can express their views openly and confidently without much concern about what someone with an opposing view might think. As a result, said websites are teeming with opinions. Sure, there ...

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Problems in the US: The American Citizen Debate

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Many countries require all young adults to serve two or more years in the military as a way of providing security to their country and as a rite of passage as a citizen. The United States however does not. The closest thing to mandatory service is selective service, and until recently that only applied to male citizens age 18-25. The idea of mandatory service has ...

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Hialeah: the City of Progress

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Hialeah also known as "The City of Progress" is a vivacious, varied and multiethnic community. In this city is common to see people walking in the sideways, people paying dominoes in the back yard, regular people parking in handicap parking space, and Cubans weighing their luggage in groceries store to go to Cuba. Spanish is required to survive and superhuman reflexes are necessary to drive. ...

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Interest Groups in Texas, US

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Throughout the nation there are many different interest groups from large national interest groups to small regional interest groups, Texas is no different. There is an innumerable amount of interest groups operating in the state of Texas. The main goal of an interest group is to get a piece of legislature passed that aligns with their goals or vision. Some of the more influential interest ...

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Analysis of The Communist Manifesto by Marx and Engels

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The passage I have chosen to analyze critically is a part of the book "The Communist Manifesto" authored by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels who are both political theorists. This particular passage has been taken from the second chapter of the book which is named "Proletarians and Communists". The Communist Manifesto is considered to be one of the bravest books of all time. Karl Marx, ...

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