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Robin Hood
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...Barons may end up undermining the efforts that Robin has already made. Ans2. The best option may seem to be to take the life of the Sherrif, but this option has more downsides as compared to any other option. The best option available to Robin is to join hands with the Barons. This will help in solving several issues that are being faced by the campaign. This would result in increase in the size of the fighters; the Barons would bring in capital which will satisfy the need for more resources. King Richard would be freed as the financial resources collected by the Barons will be used to pay the ransom amount and by this...
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Magna carta
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...barons of England at Runnymede (For Know It- Alls 9). It is worth noting, the events that precipitated the signing of this document with such a great historical significance, or at least what made the king to give in to his subjects’ demands. King John’s reign was marred with abuse of office, continued defeat at wars and over taxation of his subjects. These factors coupled up to make him unpopular and he risked dethronement due to mismanagement (For Know It- Alls 6). The barons... The Magna Carta Magna Carta is one of the most celebrated documents not only in the British history but the world over. This document, also called the Great charter, was signed in June 1215 between King John and the...
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Case study
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...Barons 6 Question 8: Killing the sheriff 6 Question 9: Course of action 7 Question 10: Action steps 7 Question 11: Organization Chart Recommended 7 Question 12: 8 Works Cited 9 Name of student: Name of Professor: Course Number: Date of Paper: Robin Hood Case... Robin Hood Case Study Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Question Goals & objectives of Robin Hood’s band 3 Question 2: Basic organization chart for Robin Hood and the Merry Men 3 Question 3: Basic SWOT analysis on Robin Hood and his situation 4 Question 4: An alternative plan 5 Question 5: Expanding the band’s operations to a larger area around Sherwood Forest 5 Question 6: Imposition of a fixed transit tax 6 Question 7: Accepting offer of Baro...
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Lanval
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...Barons. The Barons demand that Lanval shows proof of the existence of his fairy lady lover. The barons want Lanval to prove that he did not just make his remarks about his beautiful fairy lover just to spite the Queen. Sooner, the fairy lady’s maids arrive, followed by more beautiful maids before the fairy lady herself arrives (Schofield, P. 62). The fairy lady admits she has been Lanval’s lover and states that the Queen was in the wrong. Lanval is allowed to leave with the lady to Avalon. The excerpt thus continues the story’s intent of not mentioning the name of the knight’s lover, instead referring to her merely as his beloved one. The...
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Henry the first and henry the second
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...barons. He won the praise of the local population for his propotionate use of justice to curb the power by the nobility. His era is also marked by peace with the Church which was in dispute during the reign of his brother. Henry also married from the old English nobility which was a major step towards the unification of English and Norman people. King Henry II was another famous king of England who presided over many political, legal and religious reforms during his time period. One of his reforms was to curb the power of rebellious barons who had created their own castles and refused to provide military... Henry I and Henry II Introduction King Henry I was the first King of England following the...
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The context of Magna Carta and the Robin Hood films
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...barons and noblemen in the year 1215 and presented to the king as a strategy to limit his powers and lighten the loads he had... ?THE MAGNA CARTA AND THE ROBIN HOOD FILMS Numerous films and books have been written about Robin Hood and his band of merry men. His illustrious adventures and exploits have been exalted through the centuries as acts of goodwill and kindness to humanity. This paper explains the effect the legend of Robin Hood has made on the 21st century as depicted in the films produced. It shows the significant event of the signing of the Magna Carta and the ushering in of a new era of democracy. It also parallels the actual historical facts and the present-day picture. The manner in which...
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300 word essay, history of history
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...barons and bishops1. Voltaire very openly denounces the high esteem and class that is often associated with the institution of the Parliament, and with the different rulers who have reined over England during the course of her history2. He calls the barons and nobles ‘barbarians’3, and is openly biased against them. He states that the rulers... Kamran History Critical Analysis 12 September Voltaire: Letter IX: On The Government In his letter on the government, Voltaire has attacked the perceptions about the Parliament that was established in the olden days in England, when it was under the rule of the Lords and barons and ...
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19TH Century Industrial Tycoons
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...Barons? The times in the 19th century are remembered as the foundations of the immense growth of the American economy being enjoyed currently. This growth is contributed to the inventions and productivity of various industrial tycoons who contributed to the most productive and the rich America we see today. Among the great tycoons attributed to the success are the John D. Rockfeller and Andrew Carnegie (Josephson, 2010). However, the way they rose to success and made their great wealth is very questionable hence painting them as “Robber Baron... The 19th Century Tycoons How should industrial tycoons of the 19Th century such as Rockfeller and Carnegie be remembered? As Captains of industry or as Robber...
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Robinhood
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...barons’ growing resentment with Prince John and their attempt to conspire with Robin Hood is a solid opportunity. 4. Threats: The threats include the growing size of Robin Hood’s organization and the increasing difficulty in supplying the large number of these individuals... Robin Hood I. SWOT Analysis Strengths: In considering the strengths of Robin Hood and his band of men there are a number of notable factors. One of the notable strengths is the associates Robin Hood’s has in management positions, as well as his management structure. In these regards, Will Scarlett is able to gather intelligence information and shadow the sheriff to prevent surprise actions, as well as collect travel information...
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Global War on Drugs
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...barons of the illicit trade. The developing countries have joined the fray of the developed to try and solve the drug issue. The issue has been addressed by historians, researchers and governments in respective areas and governments. One such person who has been very vocal and active in this issue is Richard Davenport-Hines. He is a historian and biographer who has... Global war on drugs The global war on drugs is an issue that has taken the entire continent by storm. Thedeveloped countries are having a rough time as their economies are slowly brought to their knees because of this trade. The developing nations are not left behind also because the majority of their populations are hooked, peddling or...
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The Two Matildas: Models of medieval Queenship
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...barons and her cousin that after his death they would support her daughter, Matilda of England as the next heir; the barons and her cousin agreed upon this. 6 Death of King Henry I took... The two Matilda’s: Model of medieval Queenship England has always been under the rule of kings and queens. One such queen who is generally not referred to as a queen nor included or listed in the list of monarchs who have ruled over England is Empress Matilda also known as Matilda of England.1 This is so because her ruling period is quite small that is only a few months and even in this small period she could not get crowned and could not make any social, political or legal reforms as a result of which she is generally ...
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Global War on Drugs
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...barons of the illicit trade. The developing countries have joined the fray of the developed to try and solve the drug issue. The issue has been addressed by historians, researchers and governments in respective areas and governments. One such person who has been very vocal and active in this issue is Richard Davenport-Hines. He is a historian and biographer who has... Global war on drugs The global war on drugs is an issue that has taken the entire continent by storm. The developed countries are having a rough time as their economies are slowly brought to their knees because of this trade. The developing nations are not left behind also because the majority of their populations are hooked, peddling or...
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COMPARE THE UNITED STATES BILL OF RIGHTS TO THE ENGLISH MAGNA CARTA OF 1215
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...barons who had become dissatisfied with the king’s exploitative form of governance and exorbitant taxes had besieged him in his palace at Windsor (Drew 139). The Magna Charter is important because it restricted the absolute powers of the king and helped to make the parliament more powerful. Primarily, the charter was intended to modify the feudal relationships between the king and the barons... transferred the right to impose taxes to the parliament. Citizens were also given the right to due process and protection from arbitrary punishment and seizure (Drew 139). 3. The Magna Carta of 1215 was written by Archbishop Stephen Langton of Canterbury and was signed by King John. It was originally...
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...barons and poor farmers living in the West and South) had a conviction that increasing the quantity of money with silver dollars would lead to inflation, which would in turn enable them to settle their debts with cheap dollars (free silver). They were silver backers. On the other hand, the supporters... Homework During the post Civil War period, some of the new strategies to business consolidation and gaining wealth included mergers and vertical integration. These were aimed at eliminating stiff competition and establishing monopoly in the market. 2). The fight for free silver was an antagonism between two major camps that pitted the use of gold against silver. On one hand, the first camp (Western barons...
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QUIZ-1 Organized Crime
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...Barons that exemplify the spirit Merton refers to as innovation. They do not care about legitimacy and in the end they emerge successful. The term culture refers to the source of patterning in human conduct... Organized Crime Organized crime There is no accepted definition of organized crime; However Donald Cressey developed a definition of organized crime that is used by the FBI for many decades now. According to Donald Cressy, Organized crime entails a group of persons operating for a certain period of time and working with consent to carry out offences that are meant to benefit them either directly or indirectly. Organized crimes portray attributes such monopolistic in nature, hierarchical and are gov...
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Robin Hood Case
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...Barons to raise ransom $$ to buy King Richard’s freedom Kill the Sherriff. Threats, Finite resources from the forest including the declining number of travellers who opt to use the forest. The Sheriff continues to get much stronger and more organized. The sheriff has... Robin Hood Case Study Analysis What are the goals and objectives of Robin Hood and his band? What is it that they are trying to accomplish? Robin Hood and his band objective is to pursue equality aggressively on behalf of the people of Sherwood. Fundamentally, the intention of the group is justice for all. This is their only goal and objective. 2) Create a basic organization chart for Robin Hood and The Merrymen. Write each person’s nam...
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MAGNA CARTA Promised a lot but delivered little in England. Critically evaluate this claim
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...barons, the document did not only mean limiting the powers of the monarch, but it also meant enjoying feudal privileges which, at that time, were only accorded to them free men. For King John, signing the Magna Carta was meant to be a momentary solution to suppress the revolt of the nobles. In short, the Great Charter simply aimed at solving a practical problem in society... MAGNA CARTA: Promised a lot but delivered little in England. Critically evaluate this claim. The Magna Carta may have been one of England’s most celebrated documents, but its true contribution to the country’s legal and constitutional history remains to be largely obscured by modern interpretations. For one, the iconic Magna Carta...
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Big business
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...Barons. For many this was a positive development, as economic power translated into political power. Indeed, this was also the time that America began to develop its own colonies and to spread out around the world following the Spanish-American war. But others were not happy with these developments and thought these companies and men had... ?ROOSEVELT Theodore Roosevelt was president of the United s during a time of economic consolidation. Capitalism was coming into its own, and some of the largest and most famous American companies were beginning to flex their muscles. Big oil companies and banks had power like they had never before had in American history. It was the age, as some said, of the Robber...
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TEXTBOOK-Brinkley, American History, Connecting with the Past, Volume II, McGraw Hill chapters 16-19
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...Barons who sold their products at prices that were very questionable; this process included buying out the competition, paying the employees and workers very low wages, hiking up the prices while maintaining a monopoly in order to amass wealth. This practice was followed under the concept of laissez faire which has been discussed further during the scope of this paper however it was due to such a monopoly that the government in the country had to interfere in order to keep in check the welfare of the poorer sections of society from being exploited by these barons. “Laissez-faire” is a French word-combination that literally means ‘let them do’ and may be...
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How was the ideology of the Progressive Era different from that of the Gilded Age Compare the two, consider business regulation
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...barons emerged who were robbing the common man but presented themselves as devout philanthropists. Industry slipped into the hands of the financing wizards. Finance gurus such as J. P. Morgan utilised oversold stock to reinvigorate businesses and Morgan eventually became “America’s greatest financier” representing his power of the field... ?How was the ideology of the Progressive Era different from that of the Gilded Age? Compare the two, consider business regulation and the labour issues of each time period. What were the catalysts for more government intervention in the economy? Furthermore, How did WWI answer some of the cries for Progressive reform. The Gilded Age represented the end of the...
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Feudalism and the Manorial System
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...barons further divided their land and leased it under the same conditions. Feudalism involving land formed the manorial system. Landowners hired peasants to work in the farms... Feudalism and the Manorial System Between the 9th and the 15th century, scholars believe that there was flourishing of legal and military traditions that came to be referred to as Feudalism. Being an ancient term, it has drawn several definitions with some individual referring to it as a way of ordering the society. According to Spielvogel, the term feudalism refers to a system where the king or the ruler gave land to people who pledge loyalty to him in exchange to their military service (357). Feudalism existed because in the...
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Business strategy
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...Barons to raise ransom $$ to buy King Richard’s freedom Kill the Sherriff and take control of Nottingham 3) Do Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a new plan? Is continuing with the present course of action an option or is that now obsolete? I strongly believe that Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a completely new plan. Considering the wake of the tremendous changes in the way of operation of the Sheriff’s men, who have adopted new ways of operating characterized by adequate... Task: Robin Hood- Case Analysis Questions (case is in eBook What are the goals and objectives of Robin Hood and his band? What is it that they are trying to accomplish? The primary goal of Robin Hood is to develop a parallel-organize...
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An essay about the right of habeas corpus in the context of the war on terror
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...barons. The archbishop of Canterbury, in an effort to protect the rights of the church and make the king and the barons be at peace, conceived the Magna Carta. Magna Carta turned out as the Great Charter of the Liberties. The Charter promised the protection of the church’s rights from interference either by the king or the rebel barons. It also promised... Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Context of the War on Terror Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Context of the War on Terror Habeas Corpus inEngland First recording of the writ of Habeas Corpus was during the 12th-century reign of King Henry II of England. The original version of the writ declared that the king had the authority to know the reason for detaining...
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Role of the Government in the Prevention of Recession
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...barons. For instance, they exploited the workers of industries such as the railroads, petroleum mad steel among... Role of the Government in the Prevention of Recession The Wall Street is given the following the construction of a very long wall that ran for eight blocks, which is approximately 1.1km long. This wall ran from Broadway all the way to South Street in the lower parts of Manhattan. This wall was constructed in the 1640s by the Dutch. History has it that the West Indians from the West Indian Company bought the Manhattan land from their predecessors by paying them with goods worth $25. This took the Indians that lived in Manhattan then by surprise because to them land could not be privately...
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Response Papers
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...barons. From the case study, it is evident that personalizing video games and sharing the games online can help the youth share strategies that are important in community empowerment and could be used to transform lives. It is important for the youth today to be keener with video games as games could be used as a means of communication. Media activists and the game designers should interact with the youth and deduce what attracts them to play games. Game designers should also take time to create games that reflect the youth’s observation of the society and the digital world. In conclusion, video games are important in passing across crucial information and can be used as a...
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Presentation on an entrepreneur - John P Morgan
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...Barons of the Gilded Age, during the years that formed and shaped this country, we often think of poor youths whose struggles made them successful millionaires. They become the personification of the American Dream (Chernow 1). That was how the lives of many “rags to riches” stories begin, but that is not the case with J.P. Morgan. John Pierpont Morgan was born in 1837 into a wealthy family. His father was a banker and made a point to teach his son from an early age how to think like a banker and businessman. He was schooled in both Switzerland and Germany. He excelled in mathematics. When he... ). Body: A. Biographical history of JP Morgan’s early childhood and young adulthood. 1. He was born...
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Robin Hood
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...Barons quest to rescue Richard 4. Kill the Sherriff Expansion of Territory It is clear Robin and his band are badly in need of a new plan since the current modus oparendi is not sustainable given that the rich may altogether stop passing through the forest effectively killing their revenue stream. On the face of it, expansion... Goals and Objectives The primary goals and objectives of the band are to suppress the rule of the Sherriff and eventually turn the people against him so he could be removed from office and power and stop oppressing his subjects. They hope to bring back justice to the land by turning the tide against the rich who had been exploiting the poor (Lampel). By robbing the rich to...
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Portrait of America by Stephen Oates
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...barons amassed their wealth by employing slaves to work for them. He also tells us about the period of industrialized and the human toll paid by the United States. Edmund Morris takes us into the 'Progressive Era' where he speaks of how conduct and personal qualities shape great historical figures. Author... Civil War Order No. 277342 No. of pages 20988 The book "Portrait of America" written by eminent historians like Steven B. Oates and co- authored by professor of history at the community college in North Virginia is a very useful anthology of essays that a very relevant to the history survey courses in the U.S. It portrays real life people who can be easily identified with. Its chief author Steven B. ...
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Robin Hood Case
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...Barons in order to topple... Robin Hood was having moment with himself and thinking about the present situation with things around him. He had sure gained popularity across England in his pursuit to free King Richard and lot of people were coming in to be a part of his band. This is where his strength lied. He had the support of the people working with him. Increasing size of the band was a source of encouragement for him and also the fact that the fame for his Merrymen was spreading and lot of new recruits were pouring in from every corner of England. But there was a downside to it as well. As the size of the band started growing, they had to increase the supply of food for each of his men. It was...
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Commentary
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...barons may still look for ways of smuggling drugs into the nation. The two affected states must set uniform laws to address drug problems. Works Cited Gans, Detroit. The War Zone of Dollar Bill. 2008.... Commentaries The Political Bargain of Mr. Potus Potus was an outstanding president during his first tenure in office. He intensively invested in agriculture and financial services that doubled the economy. During his presidency, Potus was successful in ending civil strife by defense force camps in war-prone area. The president also unveiled a constitution that ensured equal distribution of national income. The major problem of Potus presidency, however, was nepotism. Critics questioned whether would...
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History and Politican Science: The U.S Constitution
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...barons of the land were dissatisfied with the unreasonable demands of King John for their resources and their services. For many years they were required to supply money, men and even on occasion their lives, in wars and crusades that the king initiated. This resulted in a group of barons taking matters into their own hands and rising up against the king. They wrote down a number of “articles” or basic demands which aimed to clarify and above all curtail the powers of the king. They demanded that their rights be set down in writing, and withdrew their allegiance to the king when he was not willing to sign. The king had no choice but to give in, and his... ? History and Political Science The U.S....
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Cryptography Attacks
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...barons and not necessarily terrorists. The decoding process was necessitated by the rampant terrorist attack threats in the country. The government uses such information to impound the drug barons. This results in a massive ethical concern in the use of the internet and information technologies. Tracking drug peddlers and other petty offenders is a means of protecting the country... ?Cryptography Attacks Cryptography is a science of communication that specializes in secure communication in the presence of a third party commonly referred to as adversaries. According to the Oxford English dictionary, an adversary is an enemy or a person who poses an amount of risk to others. Cryptography is a science of...
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British Press
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...barons". This further serves to limit the range of voices in the press, and creates partial parallelism. As we saw before, editors can and do hold some sway over the content of their papers. This of course depends on the autonomy allowed them by their proprietors, and "whether the owners of the paper are able to exercise their power speedily and effectively" (Negrine 53). Contemporary newspapers don't always conform to their expected or published political affinities, as we can see in the examples of the Daily Telegraph, the Financial Times and the Morning Star, which have gone against the political... 1. How free is the British press market When people talk about "free press" they mean a press that is...
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British news and newspapers
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...barons”. This further serves to limit the range of voices in the press, and creates partial parallelism. As we saw before, editors can and do hold some sway over the content of their papers. This of course depends on the autonomy allowed them by their proprietors, and “whether the owners of the paper are able to exercise their power speedily and effectively” (Negrine 53). Contemporary newspapers don’t always conform to their expected or published political affinities, as we can see in the examples of the Daily Telegraph, the Financial Times and the Morning Star, which have gone against... -the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages.’ (Curran 2003, 38) In the Victorian era, press...
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Memoirs of a Geisha (the book)
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...Barons parities "some in kimono and some in Western-style dress"(Golden 1997,, 255). Although Siyura... Elements of Modernity in "Memoirs of a Geisha" "Memoirs of a Geisha" details the life of a geisha during the Great Depression, World War II, and therebuilding of Japan. Siyura grows up in the fishing village of Yoroido with her sister when her mother falls ill. Under the hardships faced by their family, their father sells the two sisters to Mr. Tanaka. Siyura is sold to an okiya to become a geisha while her less attractive sister, Satsu, is sold to a brothel. During this period of time, Japan is in the process of transforming from an agrarian feudal society in the wake of the Meiji Restoration to an...
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Assignment project management: case 1 Robin Hood case 2 Razorfish
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...barons in their attempt to free king Richard. This was a good strategy to ensure removal of sheriff from office and installation of King Richard. Although it a risky affair, it was worth consideration as an effective strategy. It was therefore, wise for him to consider a change of strategy in the campaigns for 2nd year. Q3: Factors to Consider in Revising Strategy In formulating strategy, it is important to carry out an analysis of the internal and external environment to determine the strengths and weaknesses as a well as opportunities and threats (Mahadevan 31). This helps to make decision on the most appropriate... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Robin Hood Case Robin Hood started his organization by ...
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Social, Political and Economic Themes in Western Civilization Essay
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...barons as well as other nobility members taxed... Guilds’ Contribution in the Feudal Society Affiliation] Introduction A feudal society refers to a group that was characterized by military and legal systems, which prevailed in medieval Europe. It prevailed from ninth to 15th century. The society was characterized by relationships that were derived from land holding, which was exchanged for labor or service. Nonetheless, the system did not result from a formal political system that was exercised by people during the Middle Ages. It depicts a group of military and legal duties that prevailed among warrior nobility, which revolved around three major ideologies, including fiefs, vassals, and lords. In...
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The military, political and social importance of the castle in King Stephen's reign
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...barons had little fear for the King and started exploiting the castles and the lands around it by plundering, occupying and seizing vast fortunes by oppressing the people. They took over the authority illegally by seizing royal castles while King Stephen failed to keep up with the law and order to act against these errant barons. “Central government virtually ceased to exist; law and order gave way to the private and arbitrary dispensation of justice in the interests of the mightiest.”5 In order to curb the indulgence, King... ?Evaluate the military, political and social importance of the castle in King Stephen’s reign. The chronicle of castles in the medieval period was just not about well-built...
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18th century New York
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...barons of industry further exploited the immigrant masses with ever lower wages and crowded living conditions. Immigrants from all over the world, especially Europe, filed into Ellis Island to become new citizens. In spite of taking jobs from many Americans, immigrants contributed in many different ways to the history of New York City. On the way to Ellis Island, many foreigners were greeted by the Statue of Liberty, which was built by the French and given as a gift for America in 1886. [www.inetours.com] Despite corruption at Tammany Hall, the construction of many bridges, museums, and parks gave New York City... Gopal Pottabathni 31st December 18th Century New York The region was inhabited by about...
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Michael Jordan
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...Barons. Michael Jordan was inducted into the hall of fame in September of 2009. His induction speech has been called anywhere between encouraging to deplorable. We all know Michael is a great basketball player. But, did you know he also has his own shoe line through Nike. He calls them Air Jordan's. Most of us love a good quote. I want to share one of Michael's favorite quotes with you before the essay comes to an end. "I never thought a role model should be negative." I hope this research paper has helped people learn some new things about Michael Jordan. The End... Head: Michael Jordan Jennifer A. Hall Ridgely, TN. Public Library This essay was written about Michael Jordan. I researched...
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The Industrial Revolution in Late 19th Century
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...barons,” the Sherman antitrust act was passed which focused on implementation of free trade (McIlwraith & Muller, 2001). Though the act was poorly documented, it regulated the activities of worker's unions instead of countering monopolies practised by the well established firms. The act faced serious criticism and civil unrest until it was later amended to serve its intended purpose (Barney, 2007). Conclusion The current economic prosperity and agricultural stability is as a result of a long journey the country has undergone to reach such heights. Much credit has been given to Abraham Lincoln who created the basis of the current democratic stability of the nation....
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Emerging Marketing
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...barons have been reigning in some regions, and even the government forces are unable to control them. News across many international Television Channels that drug barons have taken over villages and towns or killed dozens of people at once is not news. It is even more discouraging that this takes place in broad daylight. Drug barons work by issuing orders to villagers and people living in small to medium-sized towns. If they fail to honor the orders given... ?Emerging Markets; Mexico Introduction Emerging markets are countries that are changing their economies to market-oriented economy. These countries have many trade opportunities for both imports and exports; high tech technology transfers and...
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The intriguing, strong-willed female characters in traditional Chinese fiction and the prescriptive of womanly behavior
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...barons, his immediate minions. The tycoons or barons were given a huge aspect of the kings area, known as manors or fiefs. In convert, they had to pay "homage and fealty" to the master. They did this by providing their assistance to the master at all periods, regulating the area that was assigned to them, and being prepared to offer soldiers and battle for the master when the need came to exist. Often the last need was waived in come back for "shield money". This "shield money" was often used to sustain a somewhat frequent military. They also had to pay taxation whenever the master known as for them. Also, whenever a baron passed away, his fief... Tragedy of Pu Fei-yen anme 30/11 Tragedy of Pu Fei-yen...
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Social Inequalities in US
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...barons like Rockefeller and Carnegie have risen with the symbol of power and wealth. The supposedly “captains of industry” have, nevertheless, been greedy, corrupt and immoral. However each of these individuals was instrumental during various periods. The Gilded Age on the other hand power of business was greatly... ?Geraldine Pang Question Race, and gender are the foundation of demarcate social inequality. Consequently they provide grounds for resistanceand social movement. Though race, class and gender are singularly addressed they influence age and class jointly. In the American society there has been a diverse change in these in view of race, class and gender. There has been a major improvement,...
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A Narrative History (Brief Eighth Edition) Questions about chapter 18-23. George Brown Tindall
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...Barons and their associated Companies During the Gilded Age a number of robber barons flooded the economy such as: John D. Rockefeller of the Standard Oil Company, the Cornelius Vanderbilt of the Grand Central Rail Road, J. Pierpont Morgan of the J.P Morgan & Company, Georger Mortimer (Rail... Civil War Aftermath in the North and South The civil war took a period of four years from 1861 to 1865 and led to the death of approximately 600,000 people, there were also increased numbers of fatherless children, widows and single mothers. Additionally, there were also incidences of disease outbreak such as: Typhoid, yellow fever, cholera small pox et cetera. More than ten thousand war veterans were also...
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The Curia Regis in 13th century
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...barons which included the noblemen who were large landlords. This Royal Council, the Curia Regis, helped the king to define laws and customs. It served as a court to deal with many issues which included barons and high officers of the church, and also on matters involving person, rights and lands of the monarch. Even though the Curia Regis was a small body it met the great council... Order 117286 The Curia Regis in 13th century Generally, the term litigation is not a recent invention. The medieval law courts immensely and reasonably placed a contribution in surviving public records. During the medieval and early modern times, all the English legal proceedings seemed to be a very difficult one and it was...
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Pros and Cons of Legalizing Marijuana, Cocaine and Heroin
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...barons would find it inconvenient to have illegal drugs legalized as it would promote competition. Hence... 1. Drug Problem in the Affected Community Florida is located on the Eastern coast of the United s and has been important historically because ofits location due to its proximity to communist Cuba and the rest of the Caribbean. The presence of Miami, Jacksonville and Tampa on the Florida coastline makes it an important center for trade and hence moving goods. Furthermore Florida’s proximity to the Caribbean means that it is easier to move drugs into Florida than elsewhere. Miami alone passes some 9 million tons of cargo so it is impractical to check every single container on the move. Florida has...
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TEXTBOOK-Brinkley, American History, Connecting with the Past, Volume II, McGraw Hill chapters 20-21
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...Barons. In the year 1902, J.P Morgan; the owner of the Northern Security Companies attempted to develop a total monopoly in order to control the Railroads. This was stopped by Roosevelt who employed the use of legal tools where; the Supreme Court Eventually... Introduction The progressivism was introduced in the American society by two famous American presidents (Roosevelt and Wilson) as a tool to foster change in the American Society. During this period, America was in crossroads situation but was presented with an opportunity of a mature political facet where; the society was presented with two strong political candidates who could bring myriad changes. Roosevelt as a political candidate at that time ...
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...barons remain happy to be of service. Everyone associated with the industry seems to be happy, but at who's peril Our's of course! Right from Snow White and the seven dwarfs to Anna Nicole Smith, the world has been one big stage of make-believe. Is all before our eyes a true reflection of beauty and happiness I for one don't agree. My research will be directed to reveal the truth behind what lies beneath that thin coat to stardom and healthy living. Research Proposal In my earlier papers; one on Definition Essay which discussed... Working thesis ment The Fashion industry thrives on propaganda. The beauty and health industries remain buoyant, thanks to their effective marketing strategies. Media barons ...
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Candide
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...Baron and his family which exhibits how power was distributed in Europe. It shows that European nobility had formed a ruling class that was involved in the oppression of the masses through harsh and strict... of Lecturers Analysis of Candide by Voltaire Candide was written by Voltaire in 1759. The book reflected the main incidents and happenings in Europe and the rest of the world in the mid 1700s. It shows several elements of injustices in Europe that was inherited from the Medieval periods and the Dark Ages of Europe. The book, Candide challenged fundamental elements and institutions of the contemporary society and gave impetus for the Renaissance in Europe. In the book, the main characters are the Ba...
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