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Mall Culture by Steven L. Shepherd
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...discontent and always in quest of something that they cannot achieve. The fashion magazines present such paragons of beauty that the ordinary readers don't have and they become unhappy and want to be like these models. For initiating... Mall Culture By Steven L. Shepherd SUMMARY: In this essay, the remarks that the American culture is based on unsatisfied want and unhappiness. The writer once contemplated upon an idea of giving everyone everything that he wants and concluded that, with the result of having everything, the life would end and without wanting there would be no malls, no factories and no fashion studios. In order to sell their products the malls and the producers keep people unhappy,...
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Forgiveness in the Workplace
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...discontent among workers and leaders/managers, thereby enhancing relationships among different players in the workplace. At a personal level, Phil Cousineau’s book is both informative and relevant. While forgiveness is a broadly used term, it is actually vital in the workplace. Many employees and employers might not understand the basics of practicing forgiveness in the workplace, but it is evident that forgiveness helps in avoiding escalated organizational issues. Employees and employers interact and relate on a daily basis, an aspect that makes it vital for them to avoid disagreements, disputes, or conflicts. When disagreements, disputes, or conflicts occur, however, it...
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Case Analysis Leo Burnett
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...discontent, which occurred due to poor integration strategy in the team (O’Neil). Change of staff member may dissuade a group, so it is important since it help to improve conditions or effectiveness of the group. How does a virtual team build enough flexibility into team management to accommodate shifts in the project knowledge base and history that occurs as members leave the team and the context changes? Rules guiding various teams are very important in influencing flexibility of team members. It is arguable that members are aware of rules that guide their teams. When rules set calls... Case Analysis Leo Burnett The concern in the case of Leo Burnett Company, was projects company problems, which...
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Case Analysis Leo Burnett
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...discontent, which occurred due to poor integration strategy in the team (O’Neil). Change of staff member may dissuade a group, so it is important since it help to improve conditions or effectiveness of the group. How does a virtual team build enough flexibility into team management to accommodate shifts in the project knowledge base and history that occurs as members leave the team and the context changes? Rules guiding various teams are very important in influencing flexibility of team members. It is arguable that members are aware of rules that guide their teams. When rules set calls... Case Analysis Leo Burnett The concern in the case of Leo Burnett Company, was projects company problems, which...
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Common Ground Essay
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...discontent on the rise among the people... Common Ground Essay Hassan AL Khalifa ENG12 Lisa Erickson 3/9 Bahrain is experiencing tremendous sorrows in the midst of a revolution. The people have sacrificed their lives hoping for a future full of prosperity and joy. The majority in Bahrain is Shiite, but the rulers come from the Sunni minority (Ulrichsen, 2013). Remarkably, the sorrow experienced by Bahrain people is associated with the conflict that faced the country, which emerged from an accusation of the ruling party’s/dynasty’s incumbency and its attempts to change Bahraini demographics through encouraging immigrants to take up the country’s nationality (Ulrichsen, 2013). Several years have seen...
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Final Cultural Research Paper
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...Agrarian States Agrarian societies depend solely on agriculture production as their only means to survival. A lot of usage and importance can be attached to farming. Observations reveal farming as a socio-economic behavior that mostly advocate for an improved way of living. There is the economic policy development through the economic benefits of farming. A lot of freedom enjoyable in the process of agrarian farming provides many benefits to the social... Final Cultural Research Paper Introduction It is evident that every society has a distinctive way of life; this is because of its cultural values, environmental, political, economical factors etc. The zulu tribe is a good example of diversity. They...
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Making Love in Supermarkets
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...discontent among suburban, upper middle class women. The problem that has no name pinpoints to widespread unhappiness among suburban women in the 50’s and early 60s. She identifies a problem that has no name as discontent among these women of their traditional gender roles as housewives (Friedan 12). She notes that these women are craving for more duties outside those implicated by the society on them as; housewives, mothers and homemakers. Friedan blames the media for idealizing the image of a woman as that of just a housewife. According to Miller, housewives use their shopping time to express love... . Miller and Friedan analyze the roles of women in the family and housewifery. In making...
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Discussion 5
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...discontent that would eventually lead to a revolution. It is this revolution that according to Marx and Engels would lead to the formation of the new society. Discontent is not necessarily an indication of a miserable situation. On the other hand, it indicates the beginning of the period of awareness that is evident from the large number of revolutions against authority that the world has seen after industrial societies came into being. Another important evidence of the emergence of a collective mode of thinking is the emergence of the concept of the nation state which grouped people on the basis of various social factors. At the head of most of these...
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Leadership
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...discontent/criticism. There was no criticism for the sake of criticism but constructively discontent. Nobody was ready to settle for the status quo. In addition, everyone was looking... Leadership There were different eldership roles that emerged in our group. Many of the members of our group have been a Leader in the past. There was general agreement among very body that we needed to create and catch the vision of our group so that we could accomplish our goals. There was such great a thrill in response to the challenges within our group activity, which was a good indicator of potentially leadership in the group. The other very exciting and highly motivating thing about our group was the constructive...
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Organizational Conflict
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...discontent, reduction of group effectiveness, retarded communication, reduced group cohesiveness and infighting among group members overcomes group goals. We have discussed the differing interpretations of organizational conflict through three viewpoints: the Traditional View, the Human Relations View, and the Interactionist View of organizational conflict. As organizations, criminal justice agencies exist within a paradigm varying conflicting effectiveness. An understanding of differing viewpoints enhances our overall understanding of the challenges criminal justice faces. References Douglass, L. A. (1979). Justice Midwestern style: A study of decision making process in...
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Reading Response
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...discontent with it. Autoimmunity is not a solution but a symptom to a greater problem. He is right in thinking unity amongst people should prevail, but not only the intellectual class but the working class as well, as they are the majority stakeholders in the fight for a world free from intimidation, terrorism and war.... as a Global Immunization Dissecting Derrida’s views in his interview with Giovanna Borradori was like entering a warzone and desperately seeking a way out. The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks were transcended to be interpreted in a more global perspective. Derrida’s political leanings reflected his desire for Europe to be a stateless society in order to have freedom may have been ...
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Vietnam war
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...discontent in funding it (Rottman 71-3). In this regard, further investigative research is important in making informed conclusions and deriving findings. Assessment of the events that constitute the Siege of Khe Sanh forms the basis of making informed conclusion on the actual... Vietnam War Vietnam War has been discussed in lengths and several factors that led to United s withdrawal and ultimate win by North communists noted. However, there has been need to explore the facts surrounding the parties involved, the reason behind the war and the actual winner versus loser. While united States claim withdrawing as a way of changing their fighting tactics, the North seems to have outsmarted them (Rottman...
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East Asian civilization: Japan
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...discontent. The last leader of the Tokugawa resigned in 1867 but after the Meiji restoration, the Tokugawa family was allowed to hold some land in Suruga. The rise of Meiji was due to the weakened power due to debts and internal divisions (Bellah 87). Works Cited Bellah Robert. Tokugawa religion: the cultural roots of modern Japan. Simon and Schuster. (1985).... East Asian civilization: Japan In the mid 19th century, Japan was characterized as being feudal. There werealso some primitive tribal elements in the Japanese society. The Tokugawa state was divided into four main social classes. The military class came first, common peasant farmers followed below them, and the craftsmen and artisans came...
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ESSAY
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...discontent by the use of actions like protests. But it is entirely up to their will to decide the timing... James Thurber "The Birds and the Foxes" This work by James Thurber is a masterpiece of his satirical works. The central notion around which this workrevolves is the use of different ways in which political language is used to justify an action that is directed towards the destruction of the weak. Interestingly, the words of the powerful party are given importance, while the weaker party is not allowed to express its concerns. Also interesting to note is the systematic way in which wars are raged against others who are weak. Thurber asserts that initially, the powerful opt to display their disconten...
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Songs comparison assignment
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...discontent perception of marrying the American women with their current cultural practices. In conclusion, the two versions provoke the listener to judge that the female gender acquired employment opportunities and economic empowerment; hence, any willing suitors perceived the changes for threats. Works cited Scott, Patrick. “American Woman.” YouTube Version, Guess Who. Web. (2012) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCjnaBaPFsk Capitol Music. “American Woman.” YouTube Version, Lenny Kravitz.Web. (2008) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzWHE32IxUc... American Woman Song Comparison The original version of the song depicts the genre of “rock and roll”. Originally done byGuess Who, the song addresses a...
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What lessons could the Tsars government have learnt from 1891-1892 but have not
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...Agrarian and education reforms to benefit the larger public in the Russian community were highly driven by Peter Stolypin... Tsars Government The social, economic, religious, and political settings of different societiesacross the globe have been diverse and dynamic since time immemorial. Towards the end of the 19th century, the Tsars government plunged into social, economic, and political crisis that resulted from a hard-hitting famine (Simms 237). The Russian population was at the receiving, while the government tried to do all it could to salvage the situation. For the two years the famine lasted, approximately half a million people lost their lives. While drought and famine was the primary cause of d...
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End of Physical and Intellectual Isolation of Americans: The Role of Technology
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...Agrarian revolution in the mid-19th Century. One of the defining characteristics of this revolution in agriculture was the significant role played by technology from earlier years and during this period. Diffusion of new technologies into applied farm machinery is one of the highlights... ? End of Physical and Intellectual Isolation of Americans: The Role of Technology End of Physical and Intellectual Isolation of Americans: The Role of Technology Elements of isolationism are to a large extent prevalent in the history of the USA. Olson (2002) argues that isolationism was the supreme strategy in foreign relations, mainly reigning during the period between 1789 and 1947. Isolation of Americans followed a...
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Agricultre
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...agrarian revolution in Europe and parts of Asia like Mesopotamia. Unlike hunting and foraging, technical skills were critical for agricultural sustainability hence development of several scientific production technique that defines contemporary management... Agriculture History of human has been characterized by a series of transition from time to time along a given cultural framework. In modern society,there are various developments in technology, medicine, sports but one aspect of human culture that is the mother of them all is agriculture. In ancient time, human activity revolved around searching for food through hunting and gathering. With the increasing population and diverse needs I the society,...
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School Calendar Change
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...agrarian society. According to Cooper (“Summer Learning Loss”), the nine months of attendance and three months off for summer has raised a lot of concerns from both parents and teachers; it has been noted that students have had poor grades, especially after the long vacations. The new calendar is aimed at solving problems that have been caused by the old calendar. According to Metzker (“School Calendars”), the effects associated with the old calendar have been so immense as to be called “summer losses”. Teachers have raised concerns over... School Calendar Change in the United s With the diminishing number of farm families, it is necessary to change the education system that was typically based on the...
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Syrian revolution
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...Agrarian Revolution started and people began to live a more settled life in small villages and towns (Hitti 6). The surface occupied by the desert is 10% but it became an agrarian society. Agriculture flourished when the state provided security and irrigation. Syria was succeeded by military empires with no sovereign ruling class. One of the greatest empires was the Ottoman (1516-1918) which was headed by a religious sultan. Land was owned by the state and the people were seen as flocks that were to be protected and swindled to sustain the ruling class. Islam... College: Syrian Revolution Syria is located on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea and boarders Iraq to the east, Turkey in the north,...
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The UK public sector
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...Discontent" For Trade Union Movement The 1980s saw issues like privatisation, commercialisation, and above all, modernisation as the major dominants in the UK government's agenda at the time. This had far reaching effects on the policy considerations and final formulations within the government. Known more popularly as the reform agenda, these changes were aimed at the public sector provision. (Driver et al, 1998) Going back in time for a while, it may be seen that UK had risen from the ravages of the two world wars to recreate the magical world of the public sector. In doing so, there was a definite movement towards policies that would influence the industrial relations and the trade... "Winter of...
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Before the Industrial revolution: European Society and Economy
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...agrarian and rural European society brilliantly and amazingly transformed into a highly progressive and urban industrial society but the transformation did not take place over night or in a span of some months, rather years went by before the European society began to be considered an epitome of industrialization and urbanism. Episodes of this transformation phase which involve the European society and people living in those orthodox and largely conservative times are discussed in this book with the help of very unique... ? 13 April Book review- Before the Industrial Revolution: This paper is primarily based on contemplating the widely acclaimed book Before the Industrial Revolution: European Society and ...
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Compare and contrast the development of Ecuadors indigenous political movement with the development of nationalism throughtout south america in the 20th century
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...agrarianism to urban industrialism.” 3 But this was not the case in Ecuador. A transformation similar... to what happened in Chile, Argentina or Mexico came into Ecuador only in 1970s. Even when the change came, it was not based on bourgeois nationalism as it was the case in almost all other South American countries. Ecuador had largely remained a feudal agrarian nation until the third half of 20th century. King 4 has observed that the indigenous political movement in Ecuador has been a consequence of the revelation in 1970s that that this land had rich petroleum resources. Once, the outside pressure mounted to exploit those resources, the economic and cultural well being of...
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Discuss how mechanical engineering has helped the human race to develop
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...agrarian revolution. Humans thus concerted their effort in determining the best ways of harnessing heat energy and using it to run machines. Among the several areas, that humans concentrated on was transportation. Humans had tried developing faster and easier ways of transportation to help facilitate the movements of both people and products. After the invention of the wheel much earlier, humans concentrated on inventing ways of propelling the wheel and using it to facilitate transportation. Through mechanical engineering, humans discovered the use of fossil and among other fuels to produce heat capable of propelling engines. The invention of automobiles, ships and airplanes in the modern... ? Mechanical ...
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Case studies x 2
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...discontent are universal in organizations. They are to be handled in such a way that the solution neither creates more discontent nor demoralizes. In the present case, Jim has an impeccable track record of performance. His ability to develop contacts and build networks is of considerable value to the company and at the same time, points to the respect he commands in the market. He is thus a key resource that directly generates revenues for the company. He knows his worth in the market and has to be given the credit that is due to him for his successful efforts. Samantha’s position is not comparable. CFO should enlighten Samantha on the above lines and remind her... Group dynamics Group Dynamics Case...
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Western civilization. Important events in the late 18th century that shaped modern civilization
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...agrarian, handicraft economy to one dominated by industry and machine manufacturer. The revolution was characterized by technological, socioeconomic and cultural changes. Three inventions mark the beginning of the industrial revolution. These include the invention of the spinning jenny (introduction... ?Important events in the late 18th century that shaped modern civilization Although numerous events has happened from the late 18 century and beyond,the first industrial revolution, the American Civil war and the World War II are three important events in history that has had profound impact in the modern western civilization. The first industrial revolution (1760 to 1840) marks the transition from an...
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Middle east and west Asia Reading
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...agrarian countries outside the boundaries of Europe. In addition, the colonization of the west caused painful and disturbing consequences on the indigenous societies. Modernization and industrialization was accompanied by loss of independence. Response 1 At the beginning... Middle East And West Asia Reading The main question from Armstrong’s work Chapter five pages 141 to 156,is whether or not industrialization after the arrival of the West (1750-2000) created the need for economic expansion (Ali 196). The colonization and industrialization forced the Middles East and Western nations to search for new markets to trade the products/services. During this era, there resulted in the colonization of...
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Against the revolution in the twentieth century Latin America
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...agrarian movements (Hunter, 2010). Social reforms and the various measures taken- there were a large number of steps that were taken in order to vacillate a large number of social reforms. The immediate result of the revolution was the spurt in the socialist activities and the growth of forums to achieve those goals. So, these were the various reactions to the revolution in Latin America. References Galeano, E. (2009). Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent. Carlton North: Scribe Publications. Edwards, S. (2010). Left behind: Latin America and the false promise of populism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Hunter, W., Weyland,...
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In what ways were racial tensions intensified in the South during the Jackson Era How did the political parties respond Explain why
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...agrarian revolution in the southern states, which led to increased slavery especially in the cotton farms, and the development of the nation westwards, that mainly comprised of pioneer farmers whose community was more of a democratic society (Remini 125). Jeffersonian democracy sufficiently served the interests of a group and class of southern... “The Jackson’s Era” In chapter 4 of A Short History of the United s, Remini describes a series of events and changes that occurred during Jackson’s tenure. The changes in the U.S. social structure gradually resulted into the creation of new political alignments within a one-party system (Remini 124). The changes that occurred during this time include; the...
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Mesopotamia Civilization
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...agrarian revolution (Annenberg Learner). While agriculture was the earliest revolution that came to Mesopotamia, it is important to note the fact that other forms of civilizations rapidly transformed the empire over the centuries that it existed. Since there were seasonal rains... , formulated certain codes of laws that led to the success of the empire. A famous city in Mesopotamia that was situated 20 miles from river Tigirs was called Mashkan-shapir. The river in this city enabled the construction of canals, which were instrumental for the agrarian revolution (Algaze 37). When it comes to the various civilizations in Mesopotamia, it is worth noting that the civilizations...
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In depth analysis about article
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...Discontent’ by Herman Daly has raised pertinent and very relevant issue of internationalization. It affirms thatthe globalization has been used a major plank by big business corporations and developed nations to expand their business across global boundaries. The author has supported his claim through some practical and some highly non realistic paradigms which could very well be against the very concept of developing societies. Indeed, there is need for more comprehensive debate for the pros and con of the increasing globalization across the world. But at the same time, author’s view on internationalization is also pertinent because it helps the nations... and nations. But the article has...
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What did Weber mean by the spirit of capitalism/WRITER 16679
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...agrarian history because of the agrarian problems faced at that time by Germany’s most vital academic community, the Union for Social Policy. He also emphasized on the economic condition of Germany when it comes to stock exchanges and on the continuous disintegration of the Latin culture in the country. At this time of his academic writings, Weber was a member of a leftist Protestant Social Union... What did Weber mean by the "spirit of capitalism?" What is the doctrine of "predestination?" How are Ben Franklins ideas a "perfect instance of what Weber meant by the capitalist spirit?" How did it promote behavior that led to the rise of capitalism? Max Weber’s prominent work The Protestant Ethic and the Sp...
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Immigration
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...agrarian... Immigration The article, ‘can we still afford to be a nation of immigrants,’ by Kennedy David discusses two aspects of immigration, immigration in the past and current immigration into America. This paper seeks to analyze his opinion on the aspects of immigration in the two periods. The first wave of immigration into America majorly comprised of European settlers. Examples of European origin of the immigrants were Germany and Italy. Immigration was motivated by the need for freedom that lacked in the immigrants countries but was observed in America and available economic opportunities. Another set of immigrants was the involuntary transferred slaves from Africa for labor supply to both agraria...
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A history of the United States since 1865
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...agrarian society. The shift brought about ‘disturbing’ changes among the middle-class society. Large corporations represented greed and materialism, while part bosses took advantage of the desperation and political ignorance of the immigrants. Newcomers from southeastern Europe flocked the industrial centers to seek employment and settlement... A History of the United s since 1865 The progressive era was characterized by periods of social activism that prompted significant political reforms (Piott 178). The first decade of the progressive era (1900-1910) was brief, but some major problems were experienced. The main problem was that of immigrants. America was rapidly shifting to an urban society from an...
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America from 1790 to 1845
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...agrarian country to an industrialized country. One of the main causes for that was the opening of the waterway between the East and the West by building the Erie canal. Although both George Washington and Jefferson had thought about the idea, it was only in 1817 that the Erie canal was begun. Stretching 363 miles across upstate New York, the canal connects Buffalo on Lake Erie to Albany on the river Hudson. The canal was a great feat of engineering at that time. The engineers who had no previous experience of constructing such a long canal, did a great job of it. The work force consisted of former... Transformation of America In the period between 1790 and 1845, America was transformed from a purely...
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Biography of Emiliano Zapata
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...agrarian reformist. He was born in a peasant (campesino) family on August 8, 1879 in the village of Anenecuilco, in the southern state of Morelos.  Zapata attended school irregularly but was literate. (Becker). In 1897, Zapata participated in a peasant protest against the appropriation of their lands by a hacienda. He was arrested and later pardoned. As Zapata persisted in agitating for rural land reforms and for the rights of the campesin, he was drafted into the Mexican army. He was discharged and was a horse-trainer for a short period. (Biography.com). Zapata was elected President of the Anenecuilco village... Biography of Emiliano Zapata. Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) was a Mexican revolutionary and...
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History response 11
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...Agrarian transformation rule nationalized land possessed by American firms. Both corporate lobbyists and Cold War hawks soon portrayed Castro as a Soviet threat on America’s doorstep. As tensions increased, Castro sent Che Guevara to Moscow and Beijing to shore up support for his regime while the Eisenhower administration drew up plans for invasion. Having this and Che being a Chinese collaborator, the relations between China and Britain melted. At present day, therefore, the medium of exchange has changed to numerous mediums unlike opium which was used in the former years by china... History Response Drugs as medium of exchange and a source of conflict China and Britain traded in various means. In the ...
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Ender's Game
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...discontent with the traits that are being imposed on him by his teachers. Overall, the books stands to be an enticing and thought provoking work of contemporary science fiction. The plot is thoroughly unpredictable and has a sad ending. Bibliography Day, Sara K. “Liars and Cheats: Crossing the Lines of Childhood, Adulthood and Morality in Ender’s Game”. English Studies in Canada, Vol. 38, no. 3-4: 207-212.... of the English Literature ic and Modern) of the Teacher March 27, Ender’s Game- Book Report Ender’s Game is a science fiction novel written by Orson Scott Card that creates a futuristic scenario where the humanity is at war with an alien race. The government agencies to be able to deal ...
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NY transit strike
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...Discontent, 2005 New York City Transit Strike, Great Railroad Strike of 1877, and 2006 Youth Protests in France. Tennessee: General Books LLC, 2010.... NY transit strike Why were union members unhappy with their prior contact from 2002? The union members had three unfulfilled demands from the 2002 contract. These demands were in the areas of: retirement, pension and wage all of which were to be increased by a certain percentage but that did not happen. In the wage and salary increase for example, the agreed terms were for the workers to have a 6% increase every year since 2002. The paid increase was 3%, 4% and 3.5% for the three years consecutively which was way lower than the agreement in the...
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John Hancock, Boston Massacre Oration, March 5, 1774
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...discontent among the public by narrating the how inappropriate the British are to be in America quoting “what tenderness, what regard, respect... that Britain is not fitting to rule them but has rather arrogated to “have declared that they have ever had, and of right ought ever to have, full power to make laws of sufficient validity to bind the Colonies in all cases whatever” evident with the Boston Massacre. In short, this speech was designed to sow discontent against the British by pointing out how she has arrogated her powers. In the process of agitating the public, people will look for ways on how to fight Britain of which they can later provide that eventually led to...
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Cuban Revolution of 1959
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...agrarian reform bill. A compromise between national planning and land redistribution competing ideas of agrarian reform, the May 17, 1959 law was more far-reaching than the decree of the agrarian reform that the rebel chieftain endorsed in the year 1958. However, it provided for recompense in terms of money in the form of 20-year bonds at an interest of 4.5%. The establishment of National Institute of Agrarian Reform, which was run by the state, as well as the encouragement given agricultural cooperatives, appeased state operation advocates (Welch, 5). Castro also led in making other significant changes on the government and called upon ordinary Cuban peasants... Introduction The Cuban revolution in...
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Annotaed bibliography and rephrase
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...Agrarian Socialism in America: Marx, Jefferson, and Jesus in the Oklahoma Countryside, 1904-1920.” Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma Press. 2002. Print... Annotated Bibliography Stark, David. “Bending the bars of the iron cage bureaucratization and in formalization of capitalism and socialism” Sociologyforum vol. 4, no.4, 1989. Print. David Stark’s article differentiates the meaning of capitalism’s casual economy and socialism’s instant economy during the industrial revolution era in America. He points out that, a casual economy is the product of efforts to evade accountability to the unambiguous justification of the controlling administration. He further notes that it operates to philosophies that coordin...
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Cultural Variations in Approaches to Aging
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...agrarian and the Japanese being more industrial. The Japanese view the elderly as an essentially different part of society, a group to be treated in a special way; senior citizens (Harwood et. al., 2001). The Yoruba on the other hand do not have a clear demarcation designating people as old and as an essentially different group in society; the elderly are integrated into society (Falola and Heaton, 2008). At the same time, both cultures... Cultural Variations in Approaches to Aging Affiliation: The Yoruba are a people living in Nigeria, Africa. Nigeria is not highly urbanized as only 48% of its population lives in urban areas and this means more than half of the population lives in rural areas and...
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How do we train volunteers
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...discontent with the activities and their productivity will decline. Volunteers then will be regularly given things such as water and Gatorade. Additionally they will be given breaks where they can socialize with other volunteers and enjoy their experience together. Ultimately, these training and motivation steps will contribute to an active and productive volunteer workforce.... Do We Train our Volunteers The specific challenge of training volunteers for a sporting event requires a number of inputs. One of the primary considerations is keeping the volunteers motivated during pre-games, games time, and post- games, ensuring consistent and timely communications, and filling key planning positions. The...
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U.S. History: The Changing Rights of African- Americans (1800-1860)
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...discontent over slavery and the trade of slaves where anti-slave sentiments are growing that is instrumental in changing the rights of the African Americans. Until in 1854 and 1858 when pro and anti-slavery groups which was funded and supported by North (anti) and South (pro) competed for the control of Kansas Territory that violence broke out and served as the precursor of the Civil War that will formally abolish slavery in the United States. This was the period when the slavery is fought that eventually changed the rights of African-Americans from being slaves to being discriminated.... U.S. History: The Changing Rights of African- Americans (1800-1860) In general, 1800 to 1860 was the period when...
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Main point of Women's Right for Equality
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...Discontent of women with their position in the society B. Change of government legal position on Women’s liberty C. The constitutionalization of the rights of groups including minority groups. III. Debate on the wages and the rights of Women A. Reexamination of women’s wages vis-à-vis the men’s. B. Equating women’s workload with the wages in relation to men’s. C. Revisiting the declarations that affirm fairness to women. IV. Conclusion Position of women in the society has gone through evolution for quite long time. The law had favored men more than women with the assumption that women... Vanessa Almanzar HUM_325 Feminist Theory Assignment: Research Paper - Womens right for Equality Eugenia Amditis...
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Octday
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...discontent (Ning). Ning also mentions the right to equality for women in the place of work. Chinese women are enshrined in a forty-year-old heritage of socialism that has promoted the economic insufficiency... Octday Tie Nings story "Octday” criticizes the old social system that is part of our tradition. Prejudice on women lies on concepts such as sexual equality, and a woman’s place being the home. Ning rebels against tradition, especially on social prejudices against divorced women in modern China. It talks about Zhu LXiaofen, who is happily divorced at the age of thirty-four, although her colleagues, boss, and close friends are sympathetic, see her as an outcast, and contribute to her post-marriage...
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Beauty by Jane Martin Essay
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...discontent with their own lives such that they are very much willing to give up everything they own. This is in an attempt to take a different life or start over with different... ?Beauty by Jane Martin Each day, an individual will talk to their peers at work or in school, come across with strangers on the street, see celebrities on the television, and automatically assume how their life looks like. In most cases, they view the other individual’s life as something better and bigger than their own life. Such a vision makes the individual become jealous. Consequently, the jealously consumes them and makes the unhappy with the characteristics and the assets they possess. At times, individuals can become...
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Nathaniel Hawthorne The birthmark & society''s love for perfection
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...discontent nature. Beginning on looking at science, it is a systematic study of the behavior and the structure of the natural and the physical world. It involves a practical and intellectual activity, which is done through experimentation and observation. Science involves the zeal to understand nature and being able to offer explanations and predictions of nature. Science should help to appreciate and be able to predict nature to a certain extend. Through science, man should be able to appreciate nature and apply its products according to how he has been able to understand it. These applications can be through production of other commodities and products... Hawthorne Nathaniel’s The Birth Mark &...
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Germany 1933-1945
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...discontent, it was able to sell its ideology by pandering to the popular sentiment and the growing dissatisfaction among the German public. The dramatic situation in Germany including the impressive ability of the party to adapt, organize and appeal to a diverse constituency of anti-Weimar voters was what transformed the organization’s fortunes. Out of this development, Hitler eventually came to power in 1933 and provided... 1933-1945 Before 1933, Germany was in the throes of economic collapse brought about by its involvement and defeat during the First World War.This dismal situation, however, became the ticket of the Nazi Party to achieve political power. By capitalizing on public discontent, it was...
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