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...Albert J. Beveridge, “The March of the Flag” (Pro Imperialism) The turn of the 20th century is the durationof American conquest to new territories that provides a good starting point for analysis of the American perspective of imperialism. The speech by Beveridge is rhetorically significant since it brings alive the themes of American imperialism that was promoted by their top leadership as they advance internationally. The forward progress of the American flag gives it their organized principle that promotes imperialism and its moral certitude. According to this article, Beveridge is able to define his imperial ideologies by carefully bringing the concepts of civilization and liberty... Imperialism by...
Flag
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...Flag The Flag Order No. 481561 The symbol of every country is their national flag that depicts the independence they had achieved for their country. Every citizen respects and honors their country’s flag by recalling to mind the struggle they had to undergo to achieve independence. In this context we are going to analyze the flag of the United States and try to highlight some of the positive and negative facts in relation to how its citizens treat their own national flag. Jennifer de Poyen is the author of “Seeing Stars and Stripes” which is a book about patriotism towards the...
Flag Burning
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...flag is a denial of the nation itself. In consideration of that which the flag symbolizes, its burning becomes the symbolic destruction of the nation, not its criticism. Accordingly, it can hardly be interpreted as an act of protest against governmental policies and a legitimate expression of free speech but, a rejection of America herself. It is, thus, that the act is intolerable insofar as the greater majority is concerned. References Boime, A. (1990) Waving the red flag and reconstituting Old Glory. Smithsonian Studies in American Art, 4(2), 2-25. Glassberg, D. (1996) Public history and the study of memory. The Public Historian, 18(2), 7-23. McPherson, A. (2002) From punks... I....
American Flag Desecration
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...Flag Desecration: Burning The American flag, just like any other country's flag, is the symbol of the nation. As Gen. Colin Powell said his 1999 speech, "Americans revere their flag as a symbol of the nation" ("The Constitution," 2007). A certain symbol, like flags, symbolizes the historical accounts that the nation had been through. Citizens should respect this symbol if morality and civil obedience are to be considered, especially if one is under the domain of that national symbol. Respect, therefore, shouldn't just come along when an enforced law is provided; it should always be considered by a responsible citizen ("The Constitution," 2007). American Flag: Symbol of the Nation... ...
Banning Flag Burning
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...speech and liberty on the other. Flag burning - A History The sensitive and volatile issue of flag burning originally surfaced in 1897 when the American Flag Association was created to formulate laws which would protect spirit of the national flag. This association assisted in the establishment of the State Flag Desecration Laws, wherein 48 states passed laws banning flag desecration. The first Federal Flag Protection Act was passed by the Congress in 1968, as a response to flag burning after... Banning Flag Burning Flag desecration is a term used to de any insult or damage to the official flag of a nation. Acts of desecration may include flag burning, or using the flag for inappropriate commercial...
Knaan - Waving Flag
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...Flag song. The song portrays poor living conditions that various people face in life. Besides, K’naan narrates that his grandfather’s wise teachings assisted him overcome various challenges like staying in a country constantly at war, moving to a new country, studying a new language, and facing all forms of intimidation. The song has not only concentrated in his personal history, but also the world history. It reflects Africa and some of the challenges in the content. The song talks about coming together in sporting events and being proud. People have to unite and love each other regardless of race... Annotation-Music K’naan is a Somali national who grew up in Canada. He composed the song wavin’ Flag...
Georgia State Flag Issue
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...Flag Issue The Georgia Flag Issue Insert Insert Grade Insert March 3, The Georgia State Flag Issue Introduction The state of Georgia has had the greatest number of flags in the United States’ history. Controversies over the design of the Georgian State Flag have existed for a long time. Recently, Georgia’s flag was changed thrice between January 2001 and May 2003. The reason for these changes was the presence of the Confederate Battle symbol on the flag. The inclusion of the Confederate Battle Flag on the Georgian flag in 1956 has caused the greatest controversy in the history of Georgia’s flags. Criticisms of the flag began as soon as the flag was authorized and continued... ?Running head: The Georgia...
Albert Einstein
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...Albert Einstein was born on the 14th of March 1879 to Hermann Einstein (Father), an Engineer and salesman and Pauline Einstein (mother) who was also well educated (Peter D 1-3). He was born at Ulm in Wurttemberg, Germany and after six weeks the family moved to Munich. He began his schooling at Catholic elementary school from the age of five and later at the age of eight he went to Luitpold Gymnasium for his primary and secondary schooling education for seven years and Einstein was a good student As Einstein grew up he developed interest for science and began brooding over the theories behind every mechanism. He was inquisitive to learn and would do... ?First and and number 05 June Master of...
Beveridge Report of 1942
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...Beveridge Report 'f 1942 Show how the Beveridge Report of 1942 made such a significant contribution to the creation of the NHS and general development of the welfare state' [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Show how the Beveridge Report of 1942 made such a significant contribution to the creation of the NHS and general development of the welfare state' This essay will discuss how the Beveridge Report 'f 1942 made such a significant contribution to the creation 'f the NHS and general development 'f the welfare state and will also look at the social conditions that existed for each 'f the political parties and the welfare policy approaches that each party adopted... Running Head:...
The Confederate Flag
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...Flag The Confederate Flag Goes Here al Affiliation Goes The Confederate Flag IntroductionOne of the most controversial symbols in the United States is the Confederate Flag. It is one of the last symbols of the Confederate States of America, a long gone government that lost its bid for secession from the Union. The Confederate Flag has much meaning to many different people. For some the flag represents their heritage as southern descendents of those who fought with the flag as their standard. To others it represents oppression and degradation. And, to more people it represents the outward expression of allegiance to prejudicial thoughts and beliefs. To many the flag represents... The Confederate...
Why United States Flag Burning is Wrong
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...flag. They often use flag burning as a manner of protest in order to demonstrate the intensity of distaste that the harbor for various issues in America. Nevertheless, the flag is a part of America and an attack on it should be viewed as an attack on the country. While there have been various decisions by the US court system that both criminalize and allow for this shameful activity, the fact of the matter is that flag burning should be against the law. There was a case on flag burning in Texas that reached the Supreme Court. In Texas v. Johnson (1989), Johnson had been convicted for his crimes by the...
Business Ethic - Flag of convenience
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...Flags of convenience countries are infamous for not having or not firmly imposing manning, maintenance, and safety standards. Although they made a truthful effort to implement these regulations, a lot of of these so-called pirate ships never or hardly ever call upon the harbor of registry, a problem compounded by the reality that many ships are registered by means of bearer shares where ownership could not be tracked. This problem or a lack of responsibility was garishly established by Liberias incapability, even following twenty weeks, to get in touch with the owner of the AMOCO Cadiz, a tanker that was grounded in March 1973. And even if the owners could be identified... From FOC to Quasi-FOC Most of...
Albert Einstein
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...Albert Einstein should be regarded as the greatest scientist to have existed on Earth because of his extraordinary intelligence. His intelligence does not revolve only in Science and Physics but also in other aspects of life like Politics and Religion. His contributions in almost every aspect of life are immeasurable and incomparable. It is too sad that the whole world only realized his significance during his departure from Earth. SPECIFIC ARGUMENTS Albert Einstein's intelligence is superb that no one believed that there will be someone as bright as him. As stated by Ze've Rosenkranz (2005), Einstein was one among the top students... Why Einstein is the greatest scientist ever lived MAIN ARGUMENT...
Speech
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...Speech Coherence in speech It is very essential for a speech to organize in a coherent and meaningful manner. To begin with, an organized speech is easily comprehensible to the audience since it moves from simpler ideas to ones that are more complex. An organized speech may begin from a colorful and light introduction and move towards its parts that are more complex (Morreale, 2010). In addition, coherence enables a speaker organize a whole speech into sub-sections. This is because delivering a compacted speech constrains an audience from effectively comprehending a given...
Albert Einstein
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...Albert Einstein Introduction: Albert Einstein is known as one of the most famous scientists in the world from the times of history till the present times. This report presents a biography on the concerned personality thus focusing on his life, his contributions in the field of science and associating his works with the business ethics in the economic world as well as medical ethics, discussing the ethical principles of the leader. Albert Einstein: A Biography: It was in the year 1879 that the great scientist was born in Germany in Wurttemberg. However, his schooling was started in Munich as his family shifted their location of residence. His education was further... Sur 25 November Biography of Sir...
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...speech serves as a primer of rhetorical canon. The arrangement, style and delivery act to persuade the listener that they partake of an historic event, tied to other historic events and making this speech an inevitable part of history. His choice of setting, the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, visually aided the historical perspective brilliantly, and performed integrally as a major element of his delivery. Arrangement The speech begins with a very brief welcome and a stage-setting introduction of the event as “…the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation”. (King, 1963) The first... your your due The Rhetorical Canon of “I Have a Dream” Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream”...
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...speech serves as a primer of rhetorical canon. The arrangement, style and delivery act to persuade the listener that they partake of an historic event, tied to other historic events and making this speech an inevitable part of history. His choice of setting, the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, visually aided the historical perspective brilliantly, and performed integrally as a major element of his delivery. Arrangement The speech begins with a very brief welcome and a stage-setting introduction of the event as “…the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation”. (King, 1963) The first... your your due The Rhetorical Canon of “I Have a Dream” Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream”...
Speech
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...speech President John F. Kennedy made at the height of the Cuban missile crisis. It will examine the structure and delivery of the speech and look closely at Kennedy’s skill at audience analysis and the effectiveness of the speech on its intended audience. It will reference Bostdorff (1994) and Long and Swett (2010) in order to examine the historical context of the speech and the effect it had on the audience. This paper will show that Kennedy delivered an expert speech that achieved the intended goal with both his enemies and the American people. It will also suggest that the skillful audience analysis employed by President Kennedy shows why audience analysis... is important to public...
Speech
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...speech class. It is the week before finals and the caf' is crowded; you grab the last empty table. The three of you are meeting to discuss the group project you will be presenting on Wednesday. This is the meeting in which you will take the work you have done individually and put it together to create your presentation. The three of you spend the first several minutes discussing what you did over the weekend. You all laugh over the exploits of classmate #1, who spent all night Friday and Saturday at several nightclubs. You and classmate #2 take your work out and place it on the table. Classmate #1 does not have any work completed and explains that with finals... of the project that we will...
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...March 1, 2005 at Killeen City Hall.] 2. What organizational plan was employed? [For example, example, example, Parliamentary Procedure was employed in the reading of the minutes, old business, new business, etc.] 3. How were the decisions made? [For example, example, example, majority rule, consensus, leader-dictated, etc.] 4. How... s Write a minimum 150 words at a college level, using correct grammar, and complete sentences: Times have changed, and the corporate sector has transformed drastically over the past few years. I recently came across an article in a financial magazine about corporate responsibility, towards environment and society. It basically explains about how a consumer can become aware...
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...Speech Susan Anthony’s speech on women’s right to vote was a factual narration of what she went through during the period of the never-ending war to grant women their right to vote. She was charged for something that should not be considered a crime at all --- exercising her right to vote during the Presidential Elections. Her speech went from relating her personal experience of being indicted after she voted during the Presidential Elections, to challenging the government’s failure to protect her rights as a female citizen of the country. Her main intention is to inform the people, especially the women, that the present discrimination during that era... Sur Critical Analysis of Susan B. Anthony’s Speech ...
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...Speech Question a. Various reasons can be identified advocating that an audience may be made up of more women than men, or more Asian Americans than Hispanics, or older people than younger people. In this regard, differences in behavior and attitudes of women and men depend upon several factors such as level of literacy, work performance and supportive nature of the society. It is firmly believed that women can take positions of power, and enhance the lives of human beings (Kamas & Preston, 2012). Next, Asian Americans who are multiracialism of India, Alaska and America have added advantage as they inherited with richness and fair complexity that generates dominating...
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...speech This presentation intends to examine the role and impacts of the warlords on the escalation and appreciation of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). In addition, this paper addresses the consequences of FGM and the role of education in enhancing awareness on FGM. This presentation tries to indicate the social status of FGM as being cultural and not religious. Outline Introduction……………………………………………………………..4 Thesis statement…………………………………………………………4 Literature review………………………………………………………...5 Literature review………………………………………………………...6 Conclusion………………………………………………………………..7 References ………………………………………………………………...8 Female Genital Mutilation Introduction Female... Female Genital Mutilation of Summary of the...
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...Speech Q Being an only child I was extremely adored and pampered in my childhood. My parents, my grandparents and my relatives everyone wanted to take care of me. As I grew older I drew closer to my mother. From being a tender toddler to a rebellious teenager, my mother handled me with great care. Her traits which attracted me towards her were endless. A few which made her different from others was her ability to listen to my endless meaningless talks and being a good critique. I always felt comfortable in sharing my secrets with her because she would listen closely and would not impose her decisions on me. I feel there is a gender discrimination among my friends and...
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...Speech, Pornography, and Obscenity: What are the limits to free speech? The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United s is not all-inclusive. Let us explore what speech is currently considered protected and what is not. This essay gives an overview on speech and its significance in life. There are various kind of speeches, most of them sometimes make huge problem between countries or president and people. The end of racism came from speech and the freedom becomes a fruit speech. The limit of speech is necessary because there are kind of speech effect the society. The freedom is necessary, but we do not like the freedom, which cause unnecessary change in the society. “Hate speech... ?Hate Speech,...
Albert DeSalvo.
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...Albert DeSalvo Introduction Albert DeSalvo was a self-confessed criminal in Boston, United s. According to DeSalvo, he raped and killed 13 women in the same area. Despite his criminal ways, he was not imprisoned because of the absence of physical evidence to link him to these activities. These criminal activities were accomplished within two years of which criminal investigators and analysts doubt the involvement of DeSalvo in the said crimes. The exact number of women who fell victims to the criminal activities of DeSalvo remains unknown to date. The confessions regarding the murders he committed were thrown out as doubtful and debate continues to-date...
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...Speech The traditional culture of Korea, one of the oldest continuous civilizations of the world with about 5,000 years of history, has been retained with utmost care. Some of the traditional and cultural elements of Korea which were preserved over the ages are spectacular in observation. Korea has always managed to maintain a distinctive cultural identity from its larger neighbor China and the cultural practices of the nation are valued highly even in the modern times. One of the most essential elements in the culture of Korea is the existence of significant ornaments such as a silver ax, silver knife, silver pepper, silver flowers, and silver rings and silver knife is of...
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...Speech Social change A society can undergo a significant alteration and change of cultural values and behavior patterns over a period. The term expands on conspicuous changes that result to profound social consequences. Social changes that can result to long-term social impacts include abolition of slavery, industrial revolution, and feminist movement. Cultural and social values tend to be consistent with every community. Changing the perception of a society against predominant social values is always a challenge (Reynolds and Paul, 65). The resistive behavior to change can be both advantageous and disadvantageous. The beneficial part of it is its usefulness in enabling a...
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...speech on the cultural phenomenon of the group or movement called anonymous was an expository experience. This is a personal response on her speech in which, she exemplified the cultural aspect of anonymous. Cultural Phenomenon The cultural phenomena defining anonymous is difficult if not impossible to disentangle. However, Coleman did a great job deconstructing the structure of this mysterious culture. Such a deconstruction would not have been possible without having to have an overview of the origin and development... Phenomenon of Anonymous Introduction Gabriella Coleman is arguably one of the most enlightened in matters regarding cultural issues in the global society. Her recent speech on the...
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...Speech Hello! Dear fellows, I hope everybody is fine in this room... Don’t know about outside  In Dubai, Other than shopping and desert safari, what if it also has ‘The Celebration Walk’, which shows up every night in Barcelona at Ramblas Street and shopping galleries similar to London’s Oxford Street. And an indoor glass-roofed theme park? A new venture that is going to happen in Dubai will be discussed that launched in July 2014 and three years are expected in the completion. According to the Dubai’s Authority, this huge project costing $680 million will be completed before 2020 Expo Dubai. You will get to know about the experience of staying at a hotel, shopping extensively... Business Speech...
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...SPEECH ON EMPLOYEE ATTRIBUTES In this era of globalization, human capital has become critical to the overall productivity of the organizations. This means that unique qualities define the best employee among the several recruits. The competitive business world has compelled firms to look for talent and skills in areas of leadership so that the decisions of any employee will be focused on optimal output. As a potential employee, possessing the ability to handle real life situations is critical aspect of productivity against the traditional concentration on theoretical class work. A new dimension is currently given to attributes, qualities, experience, and the benefits one...
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...speech, he lived in an object and poverty way as an American immigrant in the early 1864. Life was very difficult for him because he never spoke English. However, after a couple of years, he achieved his dream as a reporter, a political activist and above all an industrialist in the media field who contributed in transforming the face of business. This never happened as a surprise or rather as a means of surviving, he aimed at reforming journalism and politics. Despite the infinite challenges, namely, being a non... Most people have heard the biography about Pulitzer Prize, and his victory in journalism, but they do not know the aspects behind his triumphant achievement in journalism. As he says in his...
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...speech on mother Teresa Introduction We are born equal but due to circumstances and situations in life we end up growing to be unequal. The world has many poor people, sick people, and orphaned children. Such people fail to have people to help them and end up suffering. Very few people have stepped up and helped these groups of people. However, mother Teresa is remembered for having shone the warm light of love and compassion to people in poverty and pain (Spink 6). Mother Teresa of Calcutta is renowned for having lived a selfless and brought people out of the dark holes of poverty. Compassion and fitting into the shoes of the needy is one character that is unique and rare to find... Commemorative speech...
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...March 16, 2014, from http://www.danier.com/... Mens Accessories Leather is one of the most ic fashion ments that are still incorporated in the newest fashion designs we see in stores. This is not much of a surprise as leather as a material for clothing and accessories is hard-wearing and at the same time gives off a sophisticated vibe. With this said, Danier Men’s Accessories online store, specializing in leather craftsmanship is a business that has big selling potential. How do we turn this potential into reality? Well, positioning Danier as a brand that will be top of mind when it comes to leather clothing and accessories would entail a strong and singular campaign that will avoid people from confusin...
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...speech is to show the listeners that the present situation in Kuwait for the expats is not good as it was previously. The majority of the foreign workers are generally attracted by the huge potential of the oil industry in Kuwait. Apart from the oil industry other different sectors like sales, marketing, and jewelry industry is also booming and attracting many expats... Expatriates in Kuwait The situation in Kuwait is quite interesting as far as expatriates are concerned. Every nation around the world has sovereign right to reduce the number of foreign workers in their countries. In other words every country wants to reduce the number of foreign workers for the sake of job creation of their own...
Flag Protection Act of 1989
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...Flag Protection Act 1989 "If a jerk burns a flag, America is not threatened. If a jerk burns a flag, democracy is not under siege. If a jerk burns a flag, freedom is not at risk and we are not threatened. My colleagues, we are offended; and to change our Constitution because someone offends us is, in itself, unconscionable," -- Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-New York). During the Vietnam War, as a reaction of various flag burning actions that were in protest against the war, Congress enacted the first Flag Protection Act in 1968 which was considered as a violation to the freedom of expression that is known to be a basic element in US society. This act... Mariam Rehman Research Paper Muntazzir Haider 13-10-07...
Flag burning should be banned ..Proposition paragraph
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...flag burning is not a form of speech. The flag desecration amendment has widespread public support, would restore the Constitution to its original meaning, and would help instill patriotism. (Brady 70) I do not agree with the former General. His opinion is valid, but so are mine. As a military man, Brady served under the American flag. That might make the flag more important to him. Living in America, he can fly the flag freely as I do. My final position is taking rights away from Americans that are Constitutionally based will only lead to a totalitarian or communist country. We live in...
Albert Nobbs (2011)
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...Albert Nobbs The film Albert Nobbs directed by Rodrigo Garcia revolves around the titular character played by the American actress Glenn Close. Glenn was also the producer and screenplay writer of the movie. The story is about a woman who strives to live in an economically debilitating country Ireland, and struggles to make a living pretending to be a man for a major part of her life. The movie is based on a story “The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs” written by George Moore. The character Albert is a woman who masquerades as a man for securing a job since the backdrop of the film was set in 19th century Ireland when the...
1963 March on Washington
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...speeches, which were made by those leaders who were present. Most notably was the Martin Luther’s,” I have a Dream,” speech, which is considered as one of the most significant and influential speeches in the history of the US. From the speech, Luther had several dreams among them the day when all Americans, whether freed slaves or former slave owners, would look at each other like brothers, a day when the nation would be free of racial discrimination among others, which some have become a reality for example through the election of the first African American as the president of the US (Haskins 90). Works Cited Euchner,...
The Beveridge Approach versus The Workfare Approach
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...Beveridge Approach versus The Workfare Approach (The New Right & New Labour) Introduction For any essay on Welfare in the present context it is first necessary to consider the concept of poverty alleviation as the English saw it. This is so because the English poor laws, from the Statute of Labourers (1349-1350) and proceeding to the Reforms of 1834, are the very basis of the concept of the Welfare State worldwide, and certainly in many European countries and the USA where they are closely associated. "Certainly it is, that, on the welfare of its labouring Poor, the prosperity of a country... www.academia-research.com Sumanta Sanyal d: Welfare The...
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...Speech Presentation Distinguished guests, Ladies, and gentlemen, it has been a long time since our school received a speaker of such a caliber as Oprah Winfrey. In this regard, I would wish to ask everyone to portray a vibrant mood as I introduce our very precious guest in a moment. First, allow me to present a brief biography of Oprah Winfrey before she comes and offer a motivational speech where she will elaborate on all the grey areas of her life. Principally, Oprah Winfrey is an American talk show host who has triumphed against multiple odds to become one of the most influential and greatest women in the world. Essentially, Oprah Winfrey was born in...
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...SPEECH PRESENTATION College: Introduction Fellow Canadians, in the past years since Quebec Liberal government got into power. There has been development in the countries general welfare in both resource and various sectors of Canadian welfare. The issues that Quebec will campaign on during these elections are rooted in real life, in the experiences of people in every authority area in the country. These issues include; education, living standards, the National Health Service, jobs, crime and security. On each of these issues we will be with you as we have been in the past years of governance. Solutions to these issues are about making different choices, having priorities...
Biography of Albert Einstein
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...Albert Einstein Birth & Family Background Albert Einstein was born in a very normal middle family in Germany. He was born on Mach14, 1879 at the city of Ulm in Baden- Wurttemberg in Germany. His family inherited a German Jewish tradition. However, soon after his birth, the family along with him moved to Munich in Germany. Thus Einstein spent only six weeks in his place of birth. The image of Albert Einstein as an intellectual giant does not relate to skills as a kid. He could scarcely talk till the age of three. Taking this disadvantage into consideration, it was not expected that he would become a scientist whom the world would remember and respect for ever. Childhood Despite... childhood....
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...Speech Good morning everyone; first, I would like to thank God the Almighty for helping me in accomplishing one of the best milestones in my career as a rookie in the insurance field and ensuring that I am of sound health. Second, I would like to thank the CEO not only for providing a chance for me to participate and showcase my capabilities but also for the chance to be in the institution. My accomplishment during the competition is the main reason why I am going to join prudential. To be honest, I never thought I would be here today sharing my accomplishment with you. However, although my target was the 30,000 reward, I managed to realize the 20,000 reward, which is not...
Death March Project
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...MARCH PROJECTS Death March Projects Affiliation Data In simple words, a Death March project is one whose overall working and operational project parameters rise above the standard with a minimum 50%. In fact, a Death March project is one for which an impartial, objective risk evaluation technique (risk analysis based on an evaluation of technical issues, official risks, staff risks, political risks, etc.) decides that the probability of project breakdown is ? 50 %. Without doubt, a project without an appropriate timetable, loyal and qualified team members, suitable budget, or functionality limitations could face several issues and risks of breakdown, for example, because of argumentative... ?DEATH MARCH...
Albert Einstein's "Philadelphia Experiment"
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...Albert Einstein "The Philadelphia Experiment" The Philadelphia Experiment, also known as Project Rainbow, has been a of controversy and debate. In much more simpler words it was a secret experiment conducted by U.S Navy at the Philadelphia Naval Yards at Philadelphia, on or some say before October 28, 1943 to make a Ship completely invisible or to create a ship that could not be detected by magnetic mines or any kind of radar as more than half of the ships were destroyed by the Germany during the 2nd world War. But the experiment went horribly wrong. From some of the records the experiment was conducted by Dr. Franklin Reno (or Rinehart) as a military...
Albert Ellis American Psychologist
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...Albert Ellis American Psychologist ID: Dr. Albert Ellis is an American psychologist that has had a significant impacton the field of psychology, providing a new, effective approach to helping people to correct negative thoughts and behavioral patterns. Ellis’s approach was unique, and evolved not from scientific testing but from his own personal experiences. One of the earliest examples of this was that at the age of 19, he was determined to get past his own repressive shyness and did so by setting himself the task of talking to each women who sat alone in a particular task. This approach helped him to get past his shyness, and was the beginnings of his...
Albert Bandura: Modeling Theory
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...Albert Bandura: Modeling Theory al Affiliation Albert Bandura: Modeling Theory Albert Bandura’s social learning theory has emerged as one of the most influencing theories of learning and development. Whereas Bendura’s theory was based on the basic concepts of traditional learning, he strongly believed that direct reinforcement is not responsible for all forms of learning. It is then that he added the social element to his theory, asserting that individuals can learn new things and behaviors by merely watching other people (Bandura, 1986). This theory can be of great help in understanding, changing and predicting human behavior. Bandura’s...
Albert Fish and Psychopathy
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...Albert Fish and Psychopathy Question Psycopathy is a term drawn from Greek, composed of two words, “psyche,” meaning the mind,and “pathos,” meaning suffering or disease. The term refers to a personality disorder, which is portrayed through the characteristics of shallowness of emotions, especially, those characterized by reduced fear, lowered empathy levels, stress tolerance, lack of guilt feelings, cold heartedness, egocentricity, and antisocial behaviors, including criminality and a parasitic lifestyle. According to the scientific American, psychopathy is related to criminality, violence, and conduct problems, although many psychopaths are not known to be violent; psychopaths can mask... Fish and...
Flag-Draped Coffins from Iraq
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...Flag-Draped Coffins from Iraq (Controversial Photograph) Introduction There is one lesson of history that we vehemently refuse to learn: Wars are devastating for both the victor and the vanquished. Recorded history has all the proof. The very first wars that were waged over hunting and gathering rights, the global conflagrations, and all the later conflicts have without exception shown that the cost of war is not in mere dollar terms. The higher cost is in terms of human lives. This is common knowledge. However the Bush administration is of the opinion that the American people need not know all the gory details of our current engagement in Iraq. On the other hand the media is convinced... to...
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