Social Activist
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...Activist Having gone through the adverts on Community Development Corporation that helps to build homes, creates job opportunities and spending shopping to the poor, I am here willing to get a chance. I am a focused and skilled technician in development ready to organize and improve the street level of the entire community. As an economic development professional, I am able to work long hours to ensure that all needs together with my board members are met (Simmons, 1994). I am capable of moving door- to- door organizing people within a community to help fight poverty and, to stop the undeserved landlords. Moreover, I will be capable of employing more youths, improving community health... Social...
Activist Letter
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...Activist Letter The Environmental Protection Agency of the United s of America. Dear sir/Madam Trees are cut down on most occasions to be used for various purposes. Charcoal, timber, livestock pastures and settlements are just but some of those examples. However, if we protect trees and conserve them, we will be safe from many harms that come with the cutting down of trees. Juices and fruits gotten from those trees serves as refreshments while in picnics, and we can’t risk losing them. Cutting down of trees has the immediate impact on the climate and puts agricultural and human activities at risk. One has to bear in mind that forest cool the air above it by turning water that comes...
Civil Rights Activist
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...Activist: Medgar Evers Oppression begets revolution. The historical period of 1954 - 1968 in American History is widely termed as the Civil Rights Movement. Often cast in a Montgomery to Memphis frame and synonymous to the lifetime of Martin Luther King JR, the Civil Rights Movement gains an air of inevitability in popular American imagination (Armstrong, 2002). This was a movement that originally began as an idealistic movement against inequality among races. Bu this then "idealistic" movement was cut off by the prejudice and oppression against a positive change. Lynching, killings, jailing, terrorism and state-sponsored repression were standard responses to citizens demanding equality... Civil Rights...
"The Activist" by Renee Gladman
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...Activist" by Renee Galdman The book is a well scripted book that is written when a revolution is taking centre stage. There is a group of people who are protesting due to lack of leadership. Apparently they are protesting due to lack of leadership within their circle. The book’s setup is mainly in an era whereby there is extreme paranoia (Harris 56). The book is also mainly about perceptions and not solely about evidence. The book can also be spun around so that it is able to suit a particular cause. The book’s narrator is a well re known journalist. The journalist is drawn in tales that is pitted against activists and politicians. The journalist of the book discovers that being an activist... "The...
Activist/Protest Response Paper #1
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...Activist/Protest Response Paper One of the controversial social movements that continue to pervade contemporarysocieties is the labor forces’ complaints against employers for unfair labor practices and conditions. Some of these social protests evolve into strikes that publicly express collaborative dismay due to the inability of the employers to address explicitly demanded employees’ concerns for improvement. One of the current protests that have been circulating in the news is the strike at strategic Walmart branches all over the country. In this regard, the aim of the current discourse is to present personal experiences after participating in this particular protest; as...
Five Entries in an Activist Diary
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...Activist Diary’ Five Entries in an ‘Activist Diary’ The Flamenco Flash Mobs (August 15, The Spain’s creative protests, the Flamenco Flash Mobs, is a protest that began by a small crowd gathering in the Madrid’s La Latina for a festive dedication to the City’s patrons also known as the virgin of the Paloma. The flamenco flash mobs in Spain became too successful that such protests occurred similarly in London and in the St Georg’s Square. The flamenco flash mobs protest in Spain was being facilitated by central bank’s crisis (Daph, 2013; pg. 01). Other political art forms that facilitated the protest is then flight in Spain including the Barcelona’s hands project that involved... ?Five Entries in an...
The New Business Political Activist: Behind the Scenes Less Visible
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...Activist: Behind the Scenes Less Visible Politics is often a taboo It is one of those necessary parts of society, but one that many people shy away from openly discussing. Companies, by and large, struggle with this very issue of how involved to become in local and national politics. On the one hand, they do not want to be seen as taking sides or as pandering to certainly political causes only for the sake of self-gain, yet to remain silent could prove detrimental to their business. Starbucks has long been in such a position. From its early days, the Seattle based company has tried its best to remain above the political fray. Only recently has it become necessary... to consider more political...
Contemporary Activist FillmmakersUse New Media Technology to Democratise Film Production, Distribution and Exhibition
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...ACTIVIST FILMMAKERS USE NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGY TO DEMOCRATISE FILM PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND EXHIBITION Introduction Contemporary activist filmmakers aim to bring about social or political change in the public sphere. Through their work they transform perceptions, raise awareness and promote understanding about social and political issues. These campaigning filmmakers develop innovative methods based on ealier practices related to Third cinema that were associated with new production, distribution and exhibition practices. In the making of current cinema, these ideals have been considerably improved with increasing use of the internet and digital media... ?Visual Arts and Film Studies CONTEMPORARY...
Report on african person of significance:community to global activist,innovator,artlist.etc.
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...activist, was born in April 1940. Maathai attended her college education in the United States. She graduated from Bnedictine College in 1964 with a degree in biology and late completed her masters at the University of Pittsburgh in 1966. In 1971, Maathai received a Ph.D. at the University of Nairobi, becoming the first woman in the larger Central Africa region to earn a doctorate (Ball & Heather 122). Maathai started working with the National Council of Women of Kenya in 1970’s. She travelled to the rural areas where she sought to address the issues affecting rural women. Lack of firewood, clean water, and food were among... Wangari Maathai Wangari Muta Maathai, a Kenyan politician and environmental...
The Adverse Impact of Activist Judges on the American Political System: Kelo v. The City of New London
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...Activist Judges on the American Political System: Kelo v. The of New London The Adverse Impact of Activist Judges on the American Political System: Kelo v. The City of New London One of the most controversial cases that were decided by activist judges in the United States was the case Kelo v. The City of New London, wherein in 2005, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that local governments may actually force property owners to sell out their property and make way for private economic development projects as long as officials decide it would benefit the public, even though the success of this economic project is unsure, and the property is not blighted. The main question... in this ruling was the...
Leadership issues you experience in your work as a political activist(democrat)
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...activist. Perhaps, the most crucial leadership issue for a political activist stems from the fact that he or she might find it troublesome to seek a stable source of power. According to the leadership literature (Fiedler and Chemers 87), there are five major sources of power, which are referent power, coercive power, reward power, position power, and expert power. Unlike formal organizations, political activists... ? Leadership Issues Leadership is a fascinating and intriguing topic of study because the great leadership in different regions has always remained instrumental in defining the course of history. This paper is an attempt to highlight briefly the issues faced in leadership by a political...
Discuss how contemporary activist filmmakers have tried to democratise film production, distribution and exhibition using new media technology.
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...ACTIVIST FILMMAKERS USE NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGY TO DEMOCRATISE FILM PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND EXHIBITION Introduction Contemporary activist filmmakers aim to bring about social or political change in the public sphere. Through their work they transform perceptions, raise awareness and promote understanding about social and political issues. These campaigning filmmakers develop innovative methods based on ealier practices related to Third cinema that were associated with new production, distribution and exhibition practices. In the making of current cinema, these ideals have been considerably improved with increasing use of the internet and digital media... Visual Arts and Film Studies CONTEMPORARY...
New York Activist - Debating Park 51
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... Debating Park 51 The first amendment of the United s of America s that ‘congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances’ (Fessenden 7). The significance of the first amendment to the Park 51 debate remains undeniable. The debate revolves around the construction of an Islamic Community Center on the 51 Park place in Lower Manhattan in New York. The major problem arising from this construction is its proximity to the World Trade Center site. The World Trade Center site... Debating...
Essay Question #2. Alexander quotes a gay activist Only by embracing the stigma itself can one neutralize the sting and make it laughable. According to Alexander, how does this apply to minstrel shows and gangsta rap?
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...activist “ Only by embracing the stigma itself can on neutralize the sting and make it laughable “ According to Alexander , how does this apply to minstrel shows and gangster rap? The Minstrel shows are acts that are acted out in clownish ways highlighting the bad stereotypes of African American. According to Alexander “Only embracing the stigma itself can neutralize the sting and make it laughable”. The book shows that although the Minstrel shows were flat out racist and blacks knew it was meant to be degrading to them, they made up a huge part of the audience. They would go... Bivens Soc 416 Criminal Justice and Race Dr.C. Kowalchyk Question #2 . Alexander quotes a gay activist “ Only by...
Watch the film on a speech by renown anti-racist activist "The Pathology of White Privilege " of Tim Wise.
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...Tim Wise - The Pathology of White Privilege: Video review Tim Wise - The Pathology of White Privilege Tim wise, the author of “White like me” shared his views to the audience. He argues that higher authorities are maintaining the white supremacy. The politicians ignore the issue regarding the racism. The authorities are enforcing the ideas that issues of racial discrimination are non-existence issues. None of the presidency candidates talks about racial discrimination issue. They talk about poverty, lack of health services, lack of educational services and lack of employment but no one talks about what major issue is creating all these issues. He argues that in 2006, highest numbers of race... Wise -...
In 1935, long after Reconstruction had ended, civil rights activist W. E. B. Du Bois asserted that the "attempt to make black
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...?Chuan Liu Hist 100 18 October Introduction The American civil war was the most deadly in the American history. The war was fought by the North and the South from 1861 to 1865 as a result of the South seceding from the union. The South depended on cotton plantations thus wanted to maintain slavery at all cost. The North being the stronger of the two in terms of economic and military endowment won the war. The South was destroyed and thus the period that followed was that of Reconstruction which gave hope to the African-Americans of gaining citizenship and equal rights. According to Mooney the famous reconstruction clause “forty acres and a mule” for the freed slaves was music to the ears... Liu Hist 100 ...
Supreme COurt Kelo v. The city U5
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...Activist Judges Activist judges are a serious problem in the United s. Instead of simply applying the laws of the land—laws which have been made by duly elected legislators—they choose to apply unsupportable interpretations of the law. This is especially bad when it comes to the Constitution or the powers of the federal government. Activist judges often think that the government can solve all the peoples' problems, so they find ways to give it more power. Kelo is a great example of this. The activist judges on the Supreme Court permitted the state to take away peoples' private property simply because the new owners had a...
Reclaiming a social agenda
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...activist’ agenda. Within this context of understanding, there exist a variety of different approaches. This essay examines the intent and strategies used in the activist practice and the strengths and weakness of this practice. One of the primary means the intent and strategies of activist practice have been implemented through the self-reflexive consideration of the artistic medium. In this context... Reclaiming a Social Agenda The nature of aesthetic theory and artistic practices is a broad and nearly all encompassing Still, recent shifts in both sociopolitical concerns and broader artistic means of expression have increasingly witnessed artistic practices that seek to enact social change or a...
PR trends contributing to growth
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...activist groups like Greenpeace. Activism has become more relevant to the PR field for several reasons, including the fact that organizations have to become more effective in dealing with these groups (Theaker & Yaxley, 2013). Moreover, activism has become a major rejuvenator for organizations as management has to change the way that they manage their relationship with activist groups in society. The McLibel case is a good example of how companies have been forced to change their PR strategy to deal with activist groups, as well as providing... PR Trends Contributing to Growth PR TRENDS CONTRIBUTING TO GROWTH As organizations continue to seek ways in which to enhance theirprofits through international...
Direct Request
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...activist has engaged in social media channels or social networking, or to perhaps ask one to provide links to their accounts? Are there any restrictions that the possible activist to be hired needs to familiarise with? Will those restrictions impact on the performance of the firm I work for? Is it necessary to include community management in the features I am searching for in the social media activist while hiring? While hiring a social media activist, how seriously... Direct Request Director of Corporate Communication, HomeCenter October 26, Rick Trumka, Social Media Consultant Dear Mr. Trumka: I am the director of corporate communication at the HomeCenter supply store. According to research, social med...
Select a topic in U.S. History that corresponds to the time period of 1607-1974
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...Activist History In this research, I will discuss the history of Martin Luther King Jr. who was an African American activist in the U.S.A The exciting thing about the topic was to know how a black American would be an activist in the U.S. In those days, America was said to be the American favored state, and blacks had no voice. He brought to end the segregation of African and American race in the south. Martin Luther was so young to be an activist, but he was so determined to carry on his duties as activist and risk his life. Martin King courageously leads masses to demonstrate for their rights. www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/.../king-bio.htmlNobel Prize is the website that I... Martin Luther...
Progress, Freedom, Slavery
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...activist found his own way to make the government stop evil policies, which were the Mexican-American war and slavery. Thoreau had quite a specific view on the concept of civil disobedience. It is noteworthy that the thinker believed that the government as well as the state could be described as a machine that used people as its tools in reaching some goals. The activist also thought that the means of influence on the machine were limited and almost non-existent. Thoreau saw voting as a tool of indifference as people... Progress, Freedom and Slavery Henry David Thoreau was a wise man who saw the wrongs of the American society in the middle of the nineteenth century and tried to stand up to them. The...
TV Networks Coverage
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...activist group and against... ? TV Networks Coverage No: TV networks coverage TV networks coverage has become more authentic and effective in all mediums of communication. Now a person relies on TV networks coverage more as compared to other mediums. In this paper I will discuss point of views of the segments weather, they are subjective and objective, in which way channels represents news story and in the news story what should be included and what should be erased and what are the important parts which are not mentioned in the news story. I will also discuss about the social groups which are represented in the news story and weather the news channels are taken at face value, or they are sensationalized ...
Deviance
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...activist Aaron Swartz as potentially embodying this form of behavior. Swartz faced significant jail time for accessing the JSTOR academic journal database and releasing hundreds of thousands of documents to the public (Schwartz). While Swartz behavior is recognized as deviant, there is also the consideration that making this material open to the public makes society fairer and just. Ultimately, Swartz may have been motivated out of deep ethical purpose. In conclusion, this essay has examined whether it is possible to understand deviant behavior from the deviant’s perspective. Within this spectrum of investigation... Deviance Deviance refers to acts or behaviors that fall outside social norms. The...
Reflection
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...activist on important issues. She drew parallels of the 1980s HIV crisis and current situation with the climate change. As of now, about 400000 people in New York live in the flood zone, and government takes no efforts to help those people. I agreed with her opinion that the best way to turn governmental attention is to speak up. I also investigated into a research on this global problem which states that women, especially mothers and young mothers, tend to speak less about climate change and its affect on people. I hear an interview of one of the mothers who explained this: women with children are more concerned with usual everyday things and do not think of this issue....
Supreme Court, case of Kelo v. The City of New London
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...activist to divest the charges of activism oft levied on the consenting judges in this particular case. Actually speaking there exists nothing like an activist judge... of the Law of the Concerned 29 October Supreme Court, Case of Kelo v. The of New London The 5 to 4 ruling in the Supreme Court case Kelo v. City of New London, the eminent court extended the “public use” requirement enshrined in Takings Clause of the 5th Amendment to include within its scope the meaning “public purpose”. Doing so, the Supreme Court merely fulfilled its responsibility to interpret the meaning and intention of the involved law and the consenting judges in no way resorted to judicial activism. One has to be a non-activist ...
Write a summary of the movie "William Kunstler Disturbing The Universe", please include connections with the law and how it is used.
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...activist groups and individuals including Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Daniel Berrigan among other prominent individuals. The film is directed and produced by Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler. According to the New York Times magazine he was known as the most-loved and hated lawyer in America. He served as and negotiator for inmates at the prison uprising in New York in 1971. When hired as an attorney, he successfully defended the clients leading to acquittal in some cases. For instance... Movie Review: William Kunstler Disturbing the Universe The movie is an autobiography of the life of a liberal lawyer Mr. William Kunstler. Kunstler is famous 20th century lawyer who represented several...
Who participates in movement?
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...activists, and what reasons they might have for becoming active in a social movement. Knowing these psychological factors can help protest movements recruit new members or increase the participation of current members. McAdam (1986) believes that people become activists because the group is available to join (structural theory). In other words, the fact that there is a group that aligns with a person’s ideology is often enough reason to become an activist at some level on behalf of the group. McAdam disregards strict definitions of recruitment, movement, and activism, and instead focuses... # Who Participates in Activism? It is interesting to take a look at the types of people who become social...
Is there a world food crisis? If so, why?
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...Activist,2011).There are many reasons to this global food crisis, most cited are extreme weather conditions(Activist,2011)increasing population in particular in developing countries (Alexakha,2011) supply/demand imbalance(Brown,2011), and food (or oil) commodity speculation(Activist,2011). Supply-demand imbalance In past years, weather fluctuations caused a spike in commodity... ? Global Food Crisis and its causes Since the beginning of the world has seen food issues all over the world. From UK’s wheat prices going all time high, food riots in Algeria, Russia’s grain imports for sustaining cattle herds, India’s challenge of 18 percent annual food inflation rate, China looking to import massive amounts of ...
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...activist, terrorism and violence (Cateora & Graham, 2012). In order to address the topic, firstly, different risks will be discussed here and secondly, and these risks would be justified through the examples. Different Risks in Global Business... There are several risks factors that have a strong influence over the global business among which some of the risks includes terrorism and violence. Apart from that, there are some other factors that have a strong ability to affect business such as Political and social activist. It has been noticed through the time that terrorism and violence bring the eminent impact on the business. It has been discussed in the book by making use of...
Historical Memory
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...activist until his assassination on 4 April 1968. Even though slavery was banned in the United States... Module Historical Memory Martin Luther King was born on January 15 in 1929. Initially, he was born Michael Luther King Junior, but changed his name to Martin. Apparently, Martin Luther’s grandfather was a pastor from 1914 to 1931, which was an occupation that ran through their family. His father has been a serving pastor for a long time, which encouraged Martin Luther to become a pastor in his early life as an adult. Since 1960 until his death, Martin served as a co-pastor. Bizarrely, Martin Luther graduated at the age of 15 from high school, and joined Morehouse College, which was an established...
FEMINIST THOUGHT
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...activist with a different viewpoint on equality. She fought against the social evils like adversities against women, racial segregation, marginalization and slavery, and tried to bring women into the mainstream society. Hence, she has become the icon of feminist thought. Thesis statement: The analysis of Sojourner Truths contributions to Feminist Thought and my understanding of the feminist thought based on her life experiences prove that she was in favor of equality between men and women, was against discrimination, and her harsh life experiences... Feminist thought has an assigned topic Sojourner Truth (Isabella Baumfree) is the embodiment of feminism because her life experience forced herto be an...
Intro. to Chicano Literature
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...activist. As a result of his civil rights initiatives, he collaborated with like-minded personalities like Dolores Huerta to found... Lecturer Introduction to Chicano Literature La Raza The term La Raza is derived from the Spanish word raza which simply means a race, lineage, ethnicity or breed. Therefore, La Raza refers to a race. However, despite its standard meaning, it might have different expressions amongst the Spanish speakers in Spain and Latin America. For instance, in Latin America, it is used to express the Hispanic identity-A blend of Spanish and European heritage. This term was used by the Chicano scholars in reference to the immigrant Americans with Mexican decency. 2. Rudolfo Anaya Rudolf...
Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzalez
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...activist. Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales was born on June 18, 1928 in Denver (Historycolorado.org). His father, Federico Gonzales migrated to Denver from Chihuahua, Mexico. Rodolfo is the youngest of a brood of eight. His mother died when he was only two years old, leaving his father to take care of the family by his lonesome. Theirs was a poor family; thus, even at a young age they were forced to work in the sugar beet and potato fields in Colorado (Ingen). In 1944, Rodolfo finished high school from Denver’s Manual High School. Because of financial difficulties, he only completed one term in engineering at the University of Denver (Ingen... Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales A boxer, and Chicano political...
In the news 2
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...activist finds stolen grandson” Source: CNN August 10, Mariano Castillo Link: http edition.cnn.com/2014/08/06/world/americas/argentina-activist-stolen-grandson-found/index.html Unearthing mysteries in Argentina’s dirty war. All the Estela Carlotto wished for before she died was to hug her grandson who had been snatched when he was born during the period when Argentina was ruled by a military dictatorship. In the process of looking for her grandson, she rose to become the head the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo which was a movement that was focused on reunifying kidnapped children with their original relatives. Her dream eventually came true when her movement made... “After 36 years, Argentine...
Eminent Domain Case Study
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...activist justice, means that the justices have no power to make a fair and impartial decision - the very thing that they are elected to do! Anyone can bring a temporary restraining order against the local city or town, but their burden is tremendous, and all that the city need do is demonstrate that the person seeking to keep their home is not overly burdened. What is the judicial threshold What constitutes "overly burdened" remains to be seen, one can only hope that there are activist judges out there who will make the burden a light one for the home owner. Further, perhaps the judge in his/her discretion will find that the home owner is overly...
On Banks Corporate Social Responsibility
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...activist groups were able to make JP Morgan Chase, the second largest bank in the US, adhere to environmental and social policies. The article bring to light how financial institutions, which were not the typically targets of environmentalists, contribute to the degradation of the environment as they fund the projects of "air polluters" and "illegal loggers." The author also describes... On Bank's Corporate Social Responsibility Traditionally, business organizations are solely concerned on the achievement of their main goal-profitability. Nowadays, however, companies and the financial institutions which finance them are now recognizing their social and environmental impacts; thanks to civil groups which ...
Strategic Management Assignment
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...activist groups can employ a variety of techniques to achieve their objectives and businesses must know how to respond. This short briefing note summarizes what happened in the restaurant industry regarding a diet campaign conducted by one such special interest group called the National Heart Savers Association or NHSA to force restaurants to reduce... A Briefing for Strategic Management Dear Sir: of senior business executive) The environment in which businesses operate today has become more competitive and complex. A new development which did not exist years ago is the rise of special interest groups which can exert a tremendous pressure on business organizations today with their advocacies. These...
Definition paragraph
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...activist may believe that their cause is a right of freedom, but protests are oppressive to those who benefit from the activity being protested. This problem is addressed through laws, but these clash with the nature of total freedom. Accordingly, total freedom may be impossible, if only due to the inflexibility of definitions.... Here Here Here Here What is Freedom? Outline -What is freedom? It is the of being free from outside control. -Why do people want it? To have control over their own lives and to avoid oppression from rulers. -Should there be limitations? Yes, for the environment to be safe for everyone it is necessary to sanction practices that are harmful to others and the ecosystems they are d...
Comparison & Contrast
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...activist groups were able to make JP Morgan Chase, the second largest bank in the US, adhere to environmental and social policies. The article bring to light how financial institutions, which were not the typically targets of environmentalists, contribute to the degradation of the environment as they fund the projects of “air polluters” and “illegal loggers.” The author also describes... On Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility Traditionally, business organizations are solely concerned on the achievement of their main goal—profitability. Nowadays, however, companies and the financial institutions which finance them are now recognizing their social and environmental impacts; thanks to civil groups which ...
Looking over the varied strands of the American Women's Movement, which approaches do you believe were the most successful, an
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...activist social movements that were geared towards achieving self-defined goals and bringing changes to the entire women populations and their families. In Southern America, the MMTR was one of the women activist movements that organized women locally and participated in numerous campaigns concerning legal rights for the rural women. The movement formed a national co-coordinating body that enabled... ?Running head: American Women’s Movement Varied Strands of the American Women’s Movement Insert Insert Insert 23 May 2011 Varied Strands of the American Women’s Movement Introduction Women or feminist movement refers to a series of campaigns for various reforms that are anticipated on specific issues that...
Activists turn 'Hacktivists' on the Web
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...Activists turn ‘Hacktivists’ on the web Your al affiliation Activists turn ‘Hacktivists’ on the web Activist who use hacking for a cause and stay in legal limits are distinguishable from those who push the idea of civil disobedience beyond legitimate grounds(Vallance, 2010).People like Rieger from Chaos Computer Club, believe that hacking needs to be redefined without negative connotations. The major objective of CCC is to train youngsters for employing hacking for a greater cause, the political change (as cited in Vallance, 2010).Vallance (2010) refers to the similar believes of the German hackers’ community. They obtained fingerprints of...
I have detailed requirements on the photo
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...activist against the technology notes that the cancer has bee identified in rats used in testing the technology (Harmon 1). Moreover, they note that there has been increasing rise of childhood allergies upon consumption of GM food. The other controversy has been an overuse of pesticide by companies producing such foods. The overuse is said to lead to the disappearance of important insects that play a significant role in the environment (Harmon 1). Such insects include butterflies and bees. They argue that their killing through overuse of pesticides will make crops fail to be pollinated. As a result... Genetically Modified Organisms Various developments took place in the world in 20th century. The...
Breast cancer
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...activist group based in Washington, D.C. has also taken a swipe at pink culture “and go beyond awareness into action to end breast cancer.” (Lerner). Thus, the current problem is, there is not much focus on helping the sufferers and importantly not enough steps are being taken to cut down on the number of sufferers. According to the author, over 40,000 women still die from breast cancer annually in the United States, and strategies... Breast Cancer Among the various types of cancer, breast cancer affecting women are one of the major types, which negatively impact not only woman’s physical health but also her mental fortitude. With women all over the world getting affected in higher numbers in the recent...
Competency model
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...Activist Cultural Manager Organizational Designer Strategist Business Partner Operational Executive References Connerley, M.L., & Pedersen, P.B. (2005). Leadership in a diverse and multicultural environment: Developing awareness, knowledge, and skills. California: SAGE, 2005. Grossman, R.J. (2007, June 1). New competencies for HR. HR Magazine: Society for Human Resource Management. Retrieved from http://www.shrm.org/Publications/hrmagazine/EditorialContent/Pages/0607grossman.aspx... Competency Model for an International Human Resource Manager: Leading and Managing in the 21st Century number April 4, What does it take to be an international human resources manager of a global/multinational/transnational...
Coming of age in mississippi
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...activist started to demand the rights and equality of black American’s, in early 1950’s, that things began to really change for them. Anne Moody’s book, Coming of Age in Mississippi, is an autobiographical account of her personal struggle to overcome her familial situation during this time. By taking a look at where she came from, how her life paralleled the activist movement, and her educational accomplishments, one can begin to see the absurdity of prejudice, and the importance of education in overcoming most... ? Review: Coming of Age in Mississippi by November 24, Review: Coming of Age in Mississippi Moody, Anne. Coming of Age in Mississippi. New York: Laurel Books, 1968. 432. Print. The ability to...
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...activist taking her poetry to the level of political statements. She has worked for the cause of various political and social issues during her time. In her poem, “George Robinson: Blues”, she depicts the gruesome, inhuman life of the black tunnel workers in the town of Gauley Bridge. The town is characterized as the “Negro town” sarcastically, as it does not own them but disowns them by sending tunnel workers in bulk to the cemetery on top of the hill. George, the speaker presents... of the work: “George Robinson: Blues” Muriel Rukeyser Characters and their symbolic use George Robinson, a black driller, is the speaker in the poem and symbolizes the testimony to the inhuman life of the blacks in the...
Political action
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...activist group called... Political Action: Gun Control Following the recent tragic mass murders arising from gun violence any political action in tackling such an issue should involve reexamining existing laws, in addition to underlying forces which result in such occurrences. Given that the current gun control politics does not focus on banning guns completely from civilians, the approach that was applied was based on collective measures, whereby compromises were supplemented with bargains, both formal and unofficial means (Carroll, 17). Thus, the form of citizen activism that was used entailed real conversations while integrating various divergent perspectives. Firstly, by joining a national citizen...
Minority in women - Discussion 10
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...activists include in their work. Many girl activist groups focus on education as it is an essential part in the lives of girls. Thus, most of these groups work on ways of improving education institutions in terms of policy and content of the curriculum. Reproductive health and the safety of education... Sociology Discussion 10: Minority Women Q How Malveaux views basketball as a sport which reinforces gender stereotypes Malveauxviews the sport as a game where men are the center of the attention while women watch from the sidelines. She also views this sport as one where men make millions by when playing internationally while women are just spectators who watch from the periphery waiting to prey on the...
Gender, politics, and citizenship
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...activist implemented liberation movement that focused on women rights. Understanding the way racism, class, ethnicity... Lecturer: Gender, politics and citizenship Gender studies have become one of the issues under study in the contemporary society.Contemplating on the social meaning of gender and the distinctions between different sexes is a significant constituent of civic mastery. Gender is defined as the unique features or characteristics that differentiate male from female. Gender and sex studies are viewed from different perspectives; thus, it incorporates gender politics and citizenship. Gender politics a debating issue that has been common since the beginning of the 19th century. This is women...
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