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Attila the Hun
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...Attila the Hun Attila, though more commonly referred to as Attila the Hun, was born in 406 AD in Central Asia. He was the ruler of the Huns from 434 until his death in 453. Attila became well-known as one of the most ruthless rulers that the world had ever seen, a man who refused to let anything or anyone get in his way. Attila’s threatening countenance towards the Romans, as well as to those close to him, is what set Attila in the history books. He left behind a never-ending legacy of heartlessness and viciousness, taking down everyone that stood in the way of his personal victory. Very little is known about Attila’s childhood except that, at the young age of twelve, he... The Life and Times of...
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Political, Social and Economic Reasons for the Decline of the Western Roman Empire
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...Attila the Hun and the Hunnic Empire, and eventually the fall of the Western Roman Empire. In 15 AD the army of Garmanicus Caesar marched to Teutobergensis Saltus, where six years ago three whole Roman legions of about twenty thousand men were killed in the battle of antiquity (Heather 46). The massacre had been performed by the joint coalition of German warriors. The Germanic groups spread all the way from Rhine in the west to River Vistula in the east and from Danube in the north... Augustulus was removed as the Gothic refugees crossed Danube and the descendents of the Gothics then created the Visigothic Kingdom. But the Goths fled before the Huns, who had now spread from Volga to Danube....
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Democratisation of Balkan Countries
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...Attila, 1998) Politically, the Balkan section is "Europe's roughest neighbourhood." Perhaps the Balkan section is one of the most racially, linguistically and loyally complex areas of the world. As the economist argued... DEMOCRATIZATION OF BULGARIA AND ROMANIA AFTER 1989 Balkan countries vary from East Central Europe in terms of political and economic development. Not any of them had preceding experience with independent administration. Nearly all of the Balkan countries are "late-comers to democratization" (Slovakia, Croatia, Romania, and Bulgaria), or "semi-protectorates" they are the poorest nations of the Europe. A legitimate democratization in the Balkans started only in the late 1990s. (Attila, ...
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Alessandro algardi
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...Attila and Pope Leo in St. Subsides (1646–53), which affected the improvement and advancement of illusionistic reliefs. Despite the fact that he was by and large less showy than Bernini, Algardi in this work viably made an overwhelming-size account whose foremost occasions are significantly passed on. With his motion of pushing without end Attila, Leo focuses to the supernaturally airborne Saints Peter and Paul, who now loan divine help. The profound shadows, vehement signals, and overwhelming drapery examples cooperate to make a capturing... Alissandro Alissandro Algardi born in 1595, Bologna, Papal s in Italy and died on June 10, 1654, Rome standoutamongst the most paramount Roman stone carvers of the ...
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Theater Review(Acting)
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...Attila Marcel” Performance Review For great performance an actor does not have to say a single word as there is so much tosay with eyes, hands, and smile. Sylvian Chomet decided to make the main hero of his new film “Attila Marcel” silent. In such a way the director proved again that true acting is more than dialogues, and the meaning of the film can be captured with the help of the smallest details. The movie was produced in 2013 and starred Guillaume Gouix, Anne Le Ny, Bernadette Lafont, Helen Vincent, and Lous Rego. In the center of the film there is thirty-something Paul who lives with his two overprotective aristocratic aunts in Paris. A mystical and...
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Discussion Questions
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...Attila of Hum’ or authoritative decision making style. Then the responsibility of the decision lies with the manager. In case the manager feels that the team can provide valuable inputs, he chooses facilitative decision making style. The team, thus, feels empowered and the morale of the team members increases. In such a case it is well communicated to the team that the responsibility of the decision lies with the team. The commonly used tool in my organization is the problem-option checklist. A list of problems is prepared against which the option/ solutions are mentioned and the best possible solution is chosen. In case of authoritative decision making, the leader selects the best possible... What...
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Does Michael Kohlhaas present the view that power corrupts
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...Attila, Genghis Khan, Napoleon, and Hitler all had a grandiose scheme of ruling the world. Even in our time leaders have abused power and even repressed their own people, with Stalin, Idi Amin, and Gaddafi as prime examples. It is always hoped that future generations will learn from the past but like the old saying unfortunately we are doomed to repeat it. References... ? Does Michael Kohlhaas present the view that power corrupts? German Heinrich von Kleis wrote Michael Kohlhaas in 1811. Written shortly before his suicide at thirty-four, it is clear that von Kleis was himself a troubled man. The work shows the dark themes that the author was feeling, living as he was in the midst of the Napoleonic era....
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For the New Intellectual
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...Attila and says despite the fact that they were visionaries, they failed to make their dominions last because they focused on using force to achieve their victories thus they could not sustain them. Tahoohey claims that even the worse of men gropes with an ideal, this ideal if used against him can be the way through which his soul and by extension being can b vanquished and manipulated. He says that the conquering of the soul is already... The Soul of a Collectivist The soul of a collectivist is posited by Ellsworth M Tahoohey who claims that if one wishes to dominate mankind he needs not use violence or force, all he needs is to attack the man’s soul(Rand 68). He cites the example of cease and Attila...
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A proposal to Rutgers University about the increasing problem of mixing energy drinks with alcohol on college campuses
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...Attila and Cakir (2011) indicated that college students were completely unaware of the ingredients in energy drinks, and sometimes even confused them with sports drinks. Research describes how these drinks are linked to problems with sleep and high blood pressure, and pregnant women that drink these beverages... The proliferation and popularity in recent years of energy drinks and caffeinated alcoholic beverages has inspired a generation of young people to indulge in these potentially dangerous drinks. While caffeine and alcohol taken individually pose health risks, the combination of the two can create a uniquely risky dynamic. Reduced inhibition combined with a diminished ability to accurately judge...
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The Turkish invasion in Cyprus at 1974
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...Attila as indicated in Congregation Record (18108). All these were taking place in the knowledge of three guarantor... Task: International Relations Turkish invasion in Cyprus s back to July 1974 when its forces of about 6000 troops had their way and landed on Cyprus. According to documentation found in Congregation Record (18108) Cyprus is an island located in the Northern Coast. The Turkish organized a large number of its forces with the purpose of invading Cyprus, something that made them take a good portion of the island. It is worth noting that there were prior plans that the Turkish group had initially initiated for they had a code named of their operation, which was precisely referred to as...
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Anthropology of humor
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...Attila, Genghis and me.” This is the opening line delivered by the main character in this picture. Essentially, the entire film is riddled with witty dialogues and sharp discourses, which make it stand out on its own. A film starring Aaron Eckhart, Thank You For Smoking is a movie which tackles the dangers of smoking but presents it by way of a parody or satire. Satire is amusing because it is based on some element or kernel of truth (Brown & Paul, “Thank You... English 10 March Anthropology of Humor in Thank You For Smoking “Few people on this planet know what it is to be truly despised.Can you blame them? I earn a living fronting an organization that kills 1,200 human beings a day… I mean there’s...
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Application of Pricing Strategies in Marketing Activities
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...Attila, Solberg, C.A. ( 2001). Developing a Framework for International Price Setting from a Contingency Perspective. EMAC Annual Conference :Marketing in a Changing World.... Pricing Strategies Application of Pricing Strategies in Marketing Activities Pricing is a vital concept in marketing as businesses are able to get value in exchange for goods and services. As an element in them marketing mix, pricing plays a key role in determine whether the consumers will buy the company products or not. Frequently, pricing is used by marketers to influence the buyer’s decision when buying. Many consumers tend to make their buying decisions based on the various elements in the ...
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Discuss and critically assess the assertion that the role of marketing
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...Attila 2002) Thus it would seem that the wider role of marketing synthesizes a variety of particular skills and practices learned as well as resources created "translating the philosophy into specific business strategies in order to achieve competitive... "Discuss and critically assess the assertion that the role of marketing, vis--vis Strategic Planning, has diminished as a general management orientation, and that marketing has taken on a very functional, narrow specialist role, not the broad, conceptual philosophy predicated by the marketing concept". Abstract: In this report there has been an attempt to explain if there is a "new wave" concept of marketing (as compared to strategic planning) which...
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CRJS325 U3IP
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...Attila the Hun Law": New Yorks Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Making of a Punitive State. Journal Of Social History, 44(1), 71. Lewis, L. (2007). Federal Drug Sentencing Reform after Booker: Lessons Congress Can Learn from the New York Drug Law Reform Act. Federal Sentencing Reporter, 19(5), 329-334. Mancuso, P. A. (2010). Resentencing After the "Fall" Of Rockefeller: The Failure of the Drug Law Reform Acts Of 2004 and 2005 to Remedy The Injustices Of New Yorks Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Compromise of 2009. Albany Law Review, 73(4), 1535-1581. Paulozzi, L. J., & Stier, D. D. (2010). Prescription drug laws, drug overdoses, and drug sales in New York and Pennsylvania....
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Defining heroes: The whats, whos and whys of heroism
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...Attila the Hun to spare Rome." CatholicHerald.co.uk,CatholicHerald.co.uk,10 Nov. 2011. Web. 08 November 2013. Willstrop, James. "Jahangir Khan: A Sporting Legend." Huff Post Sport - United Kingdom, Huffington Post, 12 March 2013. Web.08 November 2013.... ? of (DD MM YYYY) Defining heroes: The what’s, who’s and why’s of heroism An athlete who goes unbeaten for 555 matches. A teenage girl who wears a dress that bursts into flames, in a world where sparks mean rebellion, and rebellion means death. A man who uses his wrongful imprisonment to fight against racial discrimination. The question isn’t who these people are - that one can guess. Jahangir Khan, the undeniable champion of squash (Willstrop). Katniss...
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REFLECTION REPORT. Evaluation of Research and Analysis, gets students to reflect upon the case study based research project they
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...Attila, 2010: 306-314). Additionally, we must admit that published literature and having discussions with others played... ? Reflection Report on the Case Study Based Research Project Introduction The recent past has indicated a rise in research and development in the field of business mainly aimed at identifying the various problems affecting businesses and seeking for viable solutions to the identified problems which will not only enable companies to remain operational, but also to maximize revenue while minimizing costs (Robert, 2013: 2153-2162). For purposes of this reflection report, we will be analyzing CUPE Ltd which is a management training provider whose mission is to add more value than cost in ...
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Total cost minimization
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...Attila. & Scherer, Raimar. Ework and Ebusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction: Proceedings of the 5th European... Total Cost Minimization The manufacturing sector is undergoing a technological revolution that is seeing it shed millions of employment opportunities to factor in highly automated and reengineered environments. Transnational corporations, for instance, are entering an era of lean production practices, fast communications, and short-time distribution and marketing operations that rely on a generation of robotic workers. Majority of the workforce is being shed and may likely not cross over into this high technology economy. Since the start of the industrial revolution, intimate...
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The rise of Christianity was important to the growth of the late Roman period. How did the Church help continue civilization after the fall of the Western Empire
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...Attila the Hun met in 452 and the Pope insisted him to turn his Italy invasion back. Pope Leo III made Charlemagne the King of the Romans when the Holy Roman Empire was founded, Pope Clement VII refused to terminate Henry VIII’s marriage, and Pope John Paul II accelerated the Europe Collapse of Communism... The Roman Empire Introduction Christianity greatly spread in the Roman Empire and helped in the rise of the late roman period. Jesus had died by that time but the message of Christianity was still alive. The principles of Christianity would usually be misunderstood but the teachings spread rapidly amongst the Jewish communities in the empire. There were many energetic apostles who helped in the...
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Catholic Papacy
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...Attila... 180111 Early Christianity was born and survived mainly in the Roman world. Aversion to Christianity was rampant and to make a mark, missionaries had to set their house in order and papal power emerged as a consequence. "Christianity was a contemporary stream of intensely powerful moral and religious life; that is an influence which always sets currents agoing, even in regions where it is repudiated," Rainy (1902, p.7). The Pope, who is the bishop of Rome, became the central figure of Christianity. The word Pope is derived from Greek word Pappas meaning father and Pope became the father figure of not only the Church, but also for all the followers of the religion. The legend goes on to say that...
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The Fall of the Roman Empire and the Transformation of Europe
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...Attila. The Empire, at least the western half, had been in decline for a while and the sacking of Rome was the final nail in the coffin. In 476 AD, Romulus Augustulus... ? The Fall of the Roman Empire and the Transformation of Europe The Roman Empire was undoubtedly one ofthe most influential states that western Eurasia has ever known. It's legacy is experienced in the architecture principles we take for granted to the languages that more than half of the world communicates in. Taking into account the modes of transportation in comparison to today's technology - the sheer size of the empire is even more breathtaking. How is it then that such a well-oiled machine that came as close to perfecting a...
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Leadership, Ethics and Irrational Behavior
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...Attila the Hun: A Critical Survey of Recent Works on Philosophy/Spirituality and Business Leadership. Philosophy East & West 58(1) 2008, 126-143. Lipman-Blumen, J. Toxic Leadership: When Grand Illusions Masquerade as Noble Visions. Leader to Leader 36 (2005), 29-36. Northouse, P. (2009). Leadership: Theory and Practice. SAGE. Verbos, A.K., Gerard, J.A., Forshey, P., Harding, C. and Miller, J. (2007). The Positive Ethical Organization: Enacting a Living Code of Ethics and Ethical Organizational Identity. Journal of Business Ethics 76(1) 2007, 17-33.... ?Running Head: LEADERSHIP, ETHICS AND IRRATIONAL BEHAVIOR A Research Paper on Leadership, Ethics and Irrational Behavior Course Date Leadership, Ethics and ...
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Account for plagiarism in English speaking countries
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...Attila & Underwood, Jean. (2004). Cybercheats. Active learning in higher education. 5(2), 180–199. Wendy Sutherland-Smith. (2008a... ?“I hate quotations. Tell me what you know” -Ralph Waldo Emerson This ironically well-quoted ment of Emerson invokes a discriminating mind to stop for a moment and contemplate what he means. The famous transcendental writer encourages us to simply speak what we know and not to rely on another person’s words by quoting them. Make no mistake that the quotation encourages plagiarism. On the contrary, it promotes everyone to be original in their ideas. But could this in reality be practiced especially in academic writing? This may be ideal in fictional writing but academic...
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The Fall of Rome
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...Attila raged there for two years. Roman army leaders had managed to go into conspiracy with Attila’s bride who later murdered her husband right... The Fall of Rome I. Introduction: general historical overview of Rome’s decline process II. The key causes that triggered the fall of Rome 1. Reason 1: Goths, Huns and Visigoths 2. Reason 2: moral degeneration and change of values 3. Reason 3: economic decline 4. Reason 4: excessive spending on military and decreasing military strength 5. Reason 5: splitting the empire 6. Reason 6: strengthening of the Byzantine Empire III. General historical consequences of the fall of Roman Empire The Roman Empire is probably the most significant and influential stat...
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Biographical Sketch: Genovefa, Virgin of Paris
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...Attila the Hun is rumoured to be approaching the city, Genovefa gathers the older women of the city around her and organizes a period of intense prayer and fasting. Not content with directing the affairs of the women, she turns also to the men and instructs them to leave their treasures in Paris, prophesying that the cities they are thinking of using as safe places are going to be raided by the Huns, while... ?Biographical Sketch: Genovefa, Virgin of Paris. The woman known as Genovefa, Virgin of Paris is one of the first in a long list of renowned female saints of the Christian church. She was born in Nanterre, which is a suburb just to the west of Paris, in the year 429 AD. This was a period of turmoil...
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Assessment of drug
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...Attila. A Theory of Natural Addiction, Global Fellows Working Papers, University of California, Los Angeles, posted online at eScholarship Repository, 24 February 2006 < http://repositories.cdlib.org/ international/gfwp/smith_tasnadi_natural> Staley, Sam. Drug Policy and the Decline of American Cities. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1992.... Hendrix. John Belushi. Kurt Cobain. These icons of American popular culture share the dubious distinction of dying young, at the height of theirpopularity, and from the direct or indirect use of heroin, among other legal and illegal drugs. Heroin and other so-called "hard drugs" have torn their way through the ranks of musicians, actors, supermodels and artists. Heroin use stretches back thousands of years and continues today, despite severe restrictions and penalties and the risk of contracting AIDS or other deadly diseases. The illegal juice of the opium poppy funds terrorism and fuels deadly turf wars in American inner cities, despite billions spent by the U.S. each year in interdiction efforts. Nevertheless, in 2004, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) reported about 166,000 heroin users in the United States, out of more than 19 million people age 12 and...
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Deniers of Genocide
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...Attila (and) his Huns. (Not) less than three hundred thousand Chinese civilians slaughtered, many cases (in) cold blood".2 Chinese civilians, many of them women and children were being murdered at the rate... Revising History: The Goal of Reconciliation Twentieth century warfare has seen the strategic elimination of enemy forces devolve into the wholesale devastation of nationalities and ethnicities through the practice of ethnic cleansing and genocide. While warfare can displace families, cities, and towns, genocide eradicates ethnicities, societies and cultures. It is alleged that in 1915 the Ottoman Empire attempted to eradicate the Armenians during World War I. World War II would witness the Jewish...
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An essay on Dracula
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...Attila the Hun, the mightiest warrior the world has ever seen. Dracula believes that this lineage endows him with a certain kind of wholesomeness related to his claims of power through the suggesting that his ancestry was assured thought he sexual coupling with desert devils. In this way was his glory sanctified. The suggestion of a supernatural endowment of worth has been usurped by claims toward endowment of power through the sexual couplings of those who come from the higher classes. Dracula is attempting to inculcate noblesse oblige... Dracula and the Explotation of His Own Means of Self-Destruction The Victorian era is ably represented in Bram Stoker's Dracula as consisting mostlyof the middle...
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Foreign policy analysis
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...Attila the Hun’s armies, or the SS of Nazi Germany, or any of the innumerable armies that attempted to spread their ideology, religion, empire, and creed violently through war... ?Question In what ways does crises decision making differ from decision making in non-crises situation? Discuss with reference to Cuban Missile crises and one other non-crises situation of your choice. In “The Essence of Decision” by Graham Allison, the author discusses the rational actor model to analyze John F. Kennedy’s decisions in the Cuban Missile Crisis and how they related to the Soviet government led by Nikita Khrushchev. In viewing the State as a “rational actor” in this theory, foreign policy is created and enacted as ...
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Biographical sketch
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...Attila the Hun is rumoured to be approaching the city, Genovefa gathers the older women of the city around her and organizes a period of intense prayer and fasting. Not content with directing the affairs of the women, she turns also to the men and instructs them to leave their treasures in Paris, prophesying that the cities they are thinking of using as safe places are going to be raided... Biographical Sketch: Genovefa, Virgin of Paris. The woman known as Genovefa, Virgin of Paris is one of the first in a long list of renowned female saints of the Christian church. She was born in Nanterre, which is a suburb just to the west of Paris, in the year 429 AD. This was a period of turmoil in European history, ...
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Comparison of behavior and its consequential rewards or punishments and how it is treated by the author, in Dante's inferno, Boc
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...Attila; the river got deeper where the worst tyrants were punished. This terrible image portrays punishment in Hell as a direct reflection of the person’s sins/behavior on Earth... Sur 17th of April The Relationship between Behavior and Punishment in Dante's Inferno, Boccaccio's Decameron and Chaucer's Canterbury Tales If we were to pick two words that best describe the times of the 14th century in Europe, they would be change and distress. Distress was brought to Medieval Europe through natural disasters and wars, which tormented the population and imposed people to survive in a harsh and unfriendly environment. The Little Ice Age 1 turned agriculture into a hard and unsatisfactory activity, decreasing ...
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The Hegemony Debate in International Relations
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...Attila can be found in one of Modelski's 2007 publication (p. 114). In this article, Attila wrote that the term hegemony and global leadership are considered interchangeable in political discourse because both terms stress the importance of consent in the relationship between the supposed hegemonic actor and its partners. Modleki's ideas will be elucidated later on but the general idea is that Modelski equated hegemony with the righteous leadership of the dominant state rather than endowing the term hegemony with coercive submission. Wilkinson (1999) uses the term hegemony as a world-system wide phenomenon wherein... Unipolarity and Hegemony: The Case for US Submitted by: Submitted 0 Introduction The...
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Emperor Qinshihuang
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...Attila the Hun. To prepare for such a possible attack, Emperor Qin Shin Huang ordered that slaves and criminals begin the construction of what would later become known as the first section of the Great Wall of China. The construction took about 14 years for this initial section, but it served as a mighty fortress of protection against any possible invasion by the Xiongnu people. Anyone seeing this wall today can easily grasp the reality of how the newly... ? Emperor Qin Shi Huang As one of the long-standing countries in our civilization, China certainly has a storied history. The Chinese people are extremely proud of their traditional heritage, and they have a right to be. Much of this heritage comes...
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How can we explain the international expansion of Chinese business Discuss using a big business group example(s) to illustrate your argument
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...Attila. and Karademir Bahattin. The internationalization of emerging market business groups: an integrated literature review. International Marketing Review 27.2 (2010): 245-262 Zhang, Yuli, Yang Xiaofei, and Ma Fengling. "A quantitative analysis of the characteristics of rapid-growth firms and their entrepreneurs in China." Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development 15.4 (2008): 675-688 Zeng, Saixing, Shen Qi, Tam Chiming, and Wan Tianwei. "Internationalization paths of Chinese firms: Evidences from an emerging economy." Journal of Business Economics and Management 11.2 (2010): 297-315 Zhu, Yi, Lynch Richard, and Jin Zhongqi. "Playing the game of catching-up: global strategy building in a Chinese company." Asia...
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Film Marketing Marketing Campaign on the film 300 (2006) written and directed by Zack Snyder
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...Attila Leads the 300", IGN, 2005-08-15. Retrieved on 2006-10-29. 7... Film Marketing - Marketing Campaign on the film 300 (2006) written and directed by Zack Snyder. This paper assesses the potentiality of the animated film 300 on the marketing agenda with necessary marketing tools. It also investigates the factors for its accomplishments in the box office. The study of this particular film and its production analysis intends to find out the factors of its grand success on its strategic marketing tools. As the marketing strategy the incorporating elements as diverse as print designs for instance, posters, trailers and show-reels, publicity, advertising, promotion, and merchandising are discussed...
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Hewlett Packard
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...Attila 2002) Thus it would seem that the wider role of marketing synthesizes a variety of particular skills and practices learned as well as resources created "translating the philosophy into specific business strategies in order to achieve competitive advantages and superior performance".(Antilla 2002).This is something HP will have to embrace in the long run as well just as ESS has ensured so far since 1998. Strategic planning, is how an organisation... GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STANFORD CASE NUMBER: EC-16 MAY 2000 _______________________________ Candi Number ____________________ Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 2. .Introduction 3. The role of ESS and it's own survival 4. Role...
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Sociology of Education
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...Attila the Hun to Mary had a little lamb: redefining principal roles in restructured schools. 4. International Studies in Sociology of Education, Volume 12, Number 2, 2002 5. Maguire M., Ball, S. (1994) Discourses of Educational Reform in the United Kingdom and the USA and the Work of Teachers. British Journal of In-service Education, Vol. 20, No. 1, 6. Whitty G. (1997) Education Policy and the Sociology of Education. International Studies in Sociology of Education, Vol. 7, No. 2, 7. Woods P., Carlyle D. (2003) Teacher Identities under Stress: the emotions of separation and renewal 8. Teachers attack plan to let Ofsted close schools. EducationGuardian, May 17, 2005... Why do some argue that teacher's...
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Work-Life Balance Issues
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...Attila--bring it on! Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Saltztein, A. et al. 2001. Work... Work-Life Balance Issues Introduction A healthy work-life balance is perceived as the ultimate resolution against poor performance over one's responsibility in the workplace. Balancing personal life with work provides men and women the option to either become efficient in their tasks in their (paid) work or focus more on her roles as a mother and a housewife. (Connell 2005) Central and fundamental agenda in the work-life balance is still the family. The issue that surround men and women concerning their ability to balance their personal life - that means their family life - and their job continues t...
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Power Purchase Parity
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...Attila 2004. "Inflation And Relative Price Asymmetry," Econometric Society 2004 Latin American Meetings 42, Econometric Society. [online] [Accessed July 5, 2006] http://ideas.repec.org/n/nep-cba/2004-10-30.html Rogoff, K. (1996). "The Purchasing Power Parity Puzzle", in Journal of Economic Literature, XXXIV, no. 2, pp. 647-668, June. [online] [Accessed July 5, 2006] from http://www.jstor.org Rogoff, K... Power Purchase Parity July 5, 2006 Purchase power parity is often used to describe the relationship of exchange rates between economic and national boundaries. This theorem relies heavily and implicitly on the concept of relative pricing. Exchange rates are, however, not only defined by the theory of...
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Under what circumstances is genocide most likely to occur Can recognition of these circumstances help us prevent genocidal acts
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...Attila. “Genocide in the Former Yugoslavia Before and After Communism,” Europe-Asia Studies. 62(7) (September 2010), 1193-1214. Houghton, David Patrick. Political Psychology: Situations, Individuals, and Cases. New York, NY: Taylor and Francis 2009. Mamdani, Mahmood.“A Brief History of Genocide.” Transition, 87(10/3) (2001): 26-47. Newbury, David. “Understanding Genocide.” African Studies Review 41(1)(April 1998) 73-97. Nsereko, Daniel, D. Ntanda.“Genocide: A Crime Against Mankind”. Cited in Gabrielle Kirk McDonald and Olivia Swaak-Goldman (Eds) Substantive... ?Predicting and Preventing Genocide Introduction The term genocide was first used in the 20th century by Raphael Lemkin, a Polish Jewish...
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Film Marketing - Marketing Campaign on the film 300 (2006) written and directed by Zack Snyder
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...Attila Leads the 300", IGN, 2005-08-15. Retrieved on 2006-10-29.  7. "300 Matches Miller Style", Sci Fi Wire, 2006-07-27. Retrieved on 2006... Film Marketing - Marketing Campaign on the film 300 (2006) written and directed by Zack Snyder. This paper assesses the potentialityof the animated film 300 on the marketing agenda with necessary marketing tools. It also investigates the factors for its accomplishments in the box office. The study of this particular film and its production analysis intends to find out the factors of its grand success on its strategic marketing tools. As the marketing strategy the incorporating elements as diverse as print designs for instance, posters, trailers and show-reels,...
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How over expansion and militarism led to the fall of Rome
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...Attila the Hun... ? How over expansion and militarism led to the fall of Rome. Lecturer How over expansion and militarism led to the fall of Rome. Thefall of the Roman Empire remains unknown to many. The causes are narrated to date, and several reasons have been given in relation to its destruction. History shows that the Roman Empire was one of the strongest and best Empires that one could admire, but as its leadership progressed, several things happened. After a long period of time, what happened resulted in the collapse of the Empire. Though several issues let the fall of the empire, over expansion and militarism are believed to have played a key role in its collapse. This paper seeks to analyze how...
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The role of Chaim Rumkowski in the Lodz ghetto
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...Attila the Hun, Cyrus the Great, Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Marius, Scipio Africanus who were accorded accolades as warriors, conquerors and the like. In times past, these fighters... ?A. BIBLIOGRAPHY Adelson A. and Lapides R. The Lodz Ghetto . Washington: Penguin Books, 1991. Print. Corry J “Rumkowski and the Jews of lodz” http www.nytimes.com/1984/10/04/arts/rumkowski-and-the-jews-of-lodz.html. 1984. Web. 3th May, 2011 Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team, “Chaim Rumkowski” http://www.holocaustresearchproject.org/ghettos/rumkowski.html, 2007. Web. 5th May, 2011 Rosenblum J and Kohn D. Defy the Darkness: A Tale of Courage in the Shadow of Mengele . London: Praeger Publishers, 2001. Print....
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The relationship between Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth
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...Attila. Entrepreneurship, Agglomeration and Technological Change. Max Plank Institute... The relationship between Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth ID 19714 Order No. 270448 22 February 2009 Table of Contents: Table of Figures Figure Number Description and Word Hyperlink Figure 1 A simple model showing relationship between Entrepreneurship and Regional Economic Growth (Source: Gleave, Bill Dr. University of Essex. 2007) Figure 2 The Conceptual Model of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (Source: Bosma, Neils and Jones, Kent et al. GEM 2007 Executive Report) Figure 3 The Job Generation Process (Source: D.J. Storey 1982) Figure 4 Early Stage Entrepreneurial Activity (Sour...
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A dissertation research proposal, The role of Chaim Rumkowski in the Lodz ghetto
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...Attila the Hun, Cyrus the Great, Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Marius, Scipio Africanus who were accorded accolades as warriors, conquerors and the like. In times past, these fighters... A. BIBLIOGRAPHY Adelson A. and Lapides R. The Łódź Ghetto . Washington: Penguin Books, 1991. Print. Corry J “Rumkowski and the Jews of lodz” http www.nytimes.com/1984/10/04/arts/rumkowski-and-the-jews-of-lodz.html. 1984. Web. 3th May, 2011 Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team, “Chaim Rumkowski” http://www.holocaustresearchproject.org/ghettos/rumkowski.html, 2007. Web. 5th May, 2011 Rosenblum J and Kohn D. Defy the Darkness: A Tale of Courage in the Shadow of Mengele . London: Praeger Publishers, 2001. Print. Shuttlewor...
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E-commerce
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...Attila 2002) Thus it would seem that the wider role of online marketing synthesizes a variety of particular skills... Literature Review Introduction The purpose of this literature review is to construct a theoretical framework for the understanding the impact of the wave of Ecommerce upon the digitalization of transactions upon export intermediation. This literature review is aimed at arriving at a conceptual framework to investigate the impact of Internet upon export intermediaries, in terms of activities (traditional and new), matching with what the suppliers' think and then suggest the future of export intermediaries( Houmann 2005) . Aims and objectives of Literature Review The aim of this literature ...
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Language and torture
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...Attila the Hun and the Mongol leader Genghis Khan.”(20) On another level, the civilization narrative is, for Americans at least, embedded into its foundational myths: “The myth represents American history as an Indian war, in which white Christian civilization is opposed by a “savage” racial enemy: an enemy whose hostility to civilization is part of its nature or fundamental character, an enemy who is not just opposed to our interests but to “civilization itself” (21). It can be further explained that how all the events and incidents were fabricated... ?Language and Torture Study Purpose After the incidence of 9/11, the entire world was faced with a new political challenge, triggered with the new kind of ...
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Historic leaders Vs Nowadays leaders
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...Attila the Hun, have earned their place through victories and defeats on the battlefield. Conquest meant control, access to resources, an ability to impose ideas and culture on the vanquished and a superior capacity for moulding the future destiny because... ? . Historic Leaders Compared with Leaders of Today A dissertation presented to This dissertation is submitted in accordance with the requirements ofthe degree of Master of Business Administration By Candidate’s Name 2011 FACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Declaration I certify that, except where cited in the text, this work is the result of research carried out by the author of this study. No portion of this work has been...
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Emotional Intelligence
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...Attila the Hun2 approach and expect them to turn into a sensitive, self aware individual overnight. One simply cannot read a book or attend one training course to increase their awareness to the subject. Emotional intelligence is affected by ones background, experiences and even upbringing. But the benefits that come from having a well-developed emotional intelligence, both for the individual and for the organization, make it worth the effort. In addition it not only influences their work ethics at the office but in ones personal life as well. This results in happier people. We teach children to "treat others how you would like to be treated" however... Leaders in Service Excellence EMOTIONAL...
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