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A Wifes Story by Bharati Mukherjee
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...Bharati Mukherjee, "A Wife's Story" The main theme of Mukherjee's short story, "A Wife's Story," is the cultural transformation of the main character, Panna. She is an Indian woman who comes from a very traditional background whose life is being transformed by her assimilation into Western Culture. This began through education: she had an aristocratic British-style education in India and at the time of the story was enrolled in a PhD program in New York. But her physical movement to American culture accelerated the pace of change. Her alien status within American culture is driven home at the beginning of the story when she attends a...
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Essay on Desirable Daughters novel by Bharati Mukherjee
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...Bharati Mukherjee: Thesis: In the novel Desirable Daughters, the main character in the form of Tara Lata struggles with the major themes of Self versus Society, Self Destruction and Self Discovery. The novel Desirable Daughters belongs to that genre of American literature which deals with issues of immigrant life and cultural assimilation. There are sufficient works in this genre that represent Hispanic, African and Chinese ethnic minorities in the United States, but relatively few that speak for South Asian immigrants in general and Indian Americans in particular. Bharati Mukherjee’s work fills this void in the American literary canon. One can say... Essay on Desirable Daughters novel by...
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The role of a woman and the negation in Jasmine by Bharati Mukherjee
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...Bharati Mukherjee It is a well-known fact that the formation of identity is an integral part of every human being. Throughout the history, the role of a woman was determined by the society. That is why, for women the challenge of finding a place for themselves was much difficult. This paper concentrates on the study of the experiences of the main female protagonist and narrator of Bharati Mukherjee’s novel – an immigrant girl called Jasmine, who faces various prejudices of the society and tries to undergo them in order to assert her right to become a part of the American society. The young woman comes across... s The role of a woman and the negation of the society’s expectations in Jasmine by Bharati...
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The literature of exile and imaginary homelands in salmon rushdie, bharati mukherjee, and v. s. naipaul
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...BHARATI MUKHERJEE, AND V. S. NAIPAUL The effects of the displacement of peoples-their forced migration, their deportation, their voluntary emigration, their movement to new lands where they made themselves masters over others or became subjects of the masters of their new homes-reverberate down the years and are still felt today. The historical violence of the era of empire and colonies echoes in the literature of the descendants of those forcibly moved and the exiles that this violence has made. The voices of its victims are insistent in the literature that has come to be called "post-colonial." Although the term... INTRODUCTION THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMON RUSHDIE,...
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The literature of exile and imaginary homelands in salman rushdie, bharati mukherjee, and v. s. naipaul
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...BHARATI MUKHERJEE, AND V. S. NAIPAUL Who, then, is the exile The question which has resonated throughout this study has become, to a certain extent, redundant. The identity of the exile is precisely the thing which the exile avoids, defers, displaces, and twists away from: the question of "who" is precisely the question that the exile simultaneously poses and suspends. Exile proliferates the very notion of identity--not just the individual exile's identity, but the possibility of identity in general--into a conspiratorial matrix of difference. It pushes questions of identity out of the reach of those who would attempt... CONCLUSION THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE,...
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The literature of exile and imaginary homelands in salmon rushdie, bharati mukherjee, and v. s. naipaul Essay
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...BHARATI MUKHERJEE, AND V. S. NAIPAUL The effects of the large scale displacement of peoples, their forced migration, their deportation, their movement to new lands in which they made themselves masters over others, or became subjects of the masters of their new homes - in fact, the whole historical violence of the era of empire and colonies echoes down the years and makes itself felt today. It echoes in the literature of the descendants of those forcibly moved and in the exiles that those processes have made; its voice is insistent in the literature that has come to be called "post-colonial." Although this term... is insufficient to fully capture the depth and breadth of those writers that...
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Introduction to The Literature of Exile and Imaginary Homelands in Salmon Rushdie, Bharati Mukherjee, and VS Naipaul
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...BHARATI MUKHERJEE, AND V. S. NAIPAUL The effects of the displacementof peoples—their forced migration, their deportation, their voluntary emigration, their movement to new lands where they made themselves masters over others or became subjects of the masters of their new homes—reverberate down the years and are still felt today. The historical violence of the era of empire and colonies echoes in the literature of the descendants of those forcibly moved and the exiles that this violence has made. The voices of its victims are insistent in the literature that has come to be called “post-colonial.” Although the term “post... INTRODUCTION THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMON RUSHDIE,...
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The Literature of Exile and Imaginary Homelands
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...Bharati Mukherjee, and V. S. Naipaul within the framework of post-colonial literary theory. By comparing the works of these authors to some of the most important theorists of the post-colonial situation, the dissertation stakes out an important place for the value of literary interventions in the political arena. Rather than use what these authors say as a starting point--as many studies have before--I chart in my work the symbolic and discursive trajectory that concepts of the post-colonial take throughout the six novels. The three writers, even more than recent theorists, capture the uncertain dialectic... Word Count 340 This dissertation places three post-colonial novelists, Salman Rushdie,...
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Identity formation
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...Bharati Mukherjee shows the other side of identity formation. The essayist, from the start of the essay appears claiming to be a naturalized American. The actual birth place of the writer is Calcutta, India, where she experienced all the true essence of his culture. Before and after moving to Iowa, she always felt herself as an Indian, due the deep penetration of Indian culture in her blood. However, while during her academic years at University of Iowa, she entered in a love... [Supervisor’s How they Formed their Identity Identity formation is that phenomenon that results to an individual by serving one with a distinct personality. There can be couple of factors which might lead into identity formation ...
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American Writers
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...Bharati Mukherjee Bharati was an Indian-born American popular writer during the 1960s. She received several awards... Task: American Literature is one of the main areas of learning that concentrate their themes on one core role; correctingor informing the society concerning certain necessities. Besides, it is classified as the oldest area of study. It began centuries even before the introduction of literacy. Stories were passed by word of mouth. Most of these stories had their thematic contents revolving around certain societal issues. America is one of the nations that have captured the attention of several writers. Currently, there numerous books, in various matriculation libraries, talking of the...
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Havoc
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...Bharati Mukherjee1, the colonizer intends to make itself superior to the people of his colony. He can subdue them with power but he also wants to be accepted as a superior being in their minds. Bharati Mukherjee envied for Jill's pinafore and had an image... ? here) (Your here) (Type of assignment e.g. Test assignment) (Due Havoc Q.1A In an intimate relationship, the individual having higher income is naturally thought to be more powerful than the other. This individual, in most cases, is the male unit. Apart from the income level, the males are the powerful units in relationships because of their perceived authority. The man has been the conqueror throughout history and they are inclined to adopt a...
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Female Literature
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...Bharati Mukherjee and Slavenka Drakulic. Before looking into the signatory style, areas of work and thematic characteristics, let's begin with the brief introduction of each of these authors. The impact of Afro-American literature on modern literary realm goes... Comparison and contrasts between works by different based on style, matter or theme: This paper is going to critically analyze different writing styles and thematic aspects of literary works by women authors hailing from the United States of America, Europe and India. The timeline spans about 150 years, starting from the beginning of the 19th century to modern era. I have chosen five eminent authors: Harriet Jacobs, Audre Lorde, May Sarton,...
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PERFORM COMPARISON CONTRAST BETWEEN WORKS BY DFFERENT WRITERS BASED ON STYLE, SUBJECT MATTER OR THEME
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...Bharati Mukherjee and Slavenka Drakulic. Before looking into the signatory style, areas of work and thematic characteristics, let’s begin with the brief introduction of each of these authors. The impact of Afro-American literature on modern literary realm goes... Comparison and contrasts between works by different based on style, matter or theme: This paper is going to critically analyze different writing styles and thematic aspects of literary works by women authors hailing from the United States of America, Europe and India. The timeline spans about 150 years, starting from the beginning of the 19th century to modern era. I have chosen five eminent authors: Harriet Jacobs, Audre Lorde, May Sarton,...
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Essay Assignment
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...Bharati Mukherjee in her The Road From Ballygunge (O’Hearn 17-79) which magnifies the cry of the British people in her neighborhood in the late forties. Being a bicultural neighborhood, Calcutta was inhabited... ? AA0000 Number and Section Prejudice Racism, sexism, religious and political bigotry are synonymous in a way that they all hold a discriminatory attitude. Whatever personal perception one holds in such subject matters, usually have roots that are sometimes so incorrect in an ideal’s angle of perception. Generally, racism holds prejudice against a racial group just because of the color of skin, hair or eyes, sexism undermines the female to be of a weaker sex and thus held inferior to the male....
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Postcolonial literature challenges the viability of the notion of a fixed identity. Consider how the colonial practice of othering is deconstructed in later novels
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...Bharati Mukherjee The famous book jasmine is the creation of Bharati Mukherjee. The story gave an idea about the identities in different cultural aspects and the concept of otherness in society. The story of the book revolved around the widowed Punjabi women and her experience of going through the Americanization (Ray). It was apparent through the book that the protagonist undergoes the process of transformation... [Coarse The Concept of Othering as approached by Post-colonial Literature Introduction The paper preaches a closer assessment of the texts selected for the purpose of assessing the concepts of othering as well as fixed identity that were themed in the post-colonial literature in an in-depth...
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Style Analysis
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...Bharati Mukherjee help people to overcome sadness and emotions related to grief. Authors are thus able to impart personal knowledge regarding dealing with emotions and living everyday life situations in a manner that helps people to relate to the same. Eudora Welty, a famous author puts forth her views regarding the novel and the short story by saying in an interview that, “I like the fiction... 27 July Assignment A great man once said, “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” Since times immemorial, writing stories and telling tales has been a vital part of life. Furthermore, most of these stories have been written down for the benefit of the coming generations, so that they can read,...
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Blog five
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...Bharati, who migrated from India to America in search for education and later employment (Mukherjee 272). Just as Bharati faced rejection by the Canadian society in Quebec, Mira feels betrayed by America’s anti-immigration law. The reading gives their divergent perceptions of being American immigrants. Mira, having been married to an Indian in America, still holds onto her Indian life and wishes for American laws that would allow her to work as an expatriate and later go back to India. Bharati, on the other hand, has adopted the American way of life, having been married to an American Canadian, and prefers... to be an immigrant with equal rights as any other America. The difference in the...
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Post Colonial literature in India
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...Bharati Mukherjee, Vikram Seth, and Rohinton Mistry, all were... ?Table of Contents 2 1Introduction 3 1Background study 3 2Aims and objectives 5 2Literature review 6 2.1A brief overview of the pre-colonial Indo Anglian literature before the advent of the post-colonial form of literary works 6 2.2Postcolonial literature 12 2.3Diasporic writers in postcolonial Indian literature 18 3Methodology 22 4Analysis 25 Case study 1: Kanthapura by Raja Rao 25 Case study 2: Swami and Friends by R.K. Narayan 29 Case study 3: Untouchable by Mulk Raj Anand 32 5Conclusion 34 References 35 Abstract One of the major influences of British colonialism on Indian subcontinent was the gradual evolution of Indian literature...
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The Literature of exile and imaginary homelands in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
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...Bharati Mukherjee." The Massachusetts Review 29.4 (1988): 645-654. Dashefsky, Arnold. Ethnic Identity in Society, 1975. Rpt. in The Ethnic... CHAPTER THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE'S MIDNIGHT'S CHILDREN AND THE SATANIC VERSES Salman Rushdie's novels represent national identity in a way that radically departs from the usual concept. It is not a series of identifications and attachments to a unified and distinct homeland, but rather a complex nexus of cultural constructions that arise from adherence to and distancing from a series of narratives, personal and public, and historical conditions. There is a lived reality of national identity, but it is a reality lived in...
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Jasmine Assignment
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...Bharati Mukherjee’s short novel Jasmine is conducted with reference to the issues like feminine sexuality, religious conflict and intolerance, etc. The main focus of the paper is on finding out the main point the author wants to make. Not only that, the conflicts within the text will also be identified and analyzed with reference to the complexities of the plot. Thesis Peoples and policies across both the developed and developing/underdeveloped countries think that women are a subspecies within the humans and they are not entitled to proper dignity and equal rights. Discussion Mukherjee’s novella Jasmine... Assignment Critical Analysis: Jasmine Introduction In this paper, a critical analysis of...
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...Bharati Mukherjee’s short novel Jasmine is conducted with reference to the issues like feminine sexuality, religious conflict and intolerance, etc. The main focus of the paper is on finding out the main point the author wants to make. Not only that, the conflicts within the text will also be identified and analyzed with reference to the complexities of the plot. Thesis Peoples and policies across both the developed and developing/underdeveloped countries think that women are a subspecies within the humans and they are not entitled to proper dignity and equal rights. Discussion Mukherjee’s novella Jasmine... Assignment Critical Analysis: Jasmine Introduction In this paper, a critical analysis of Bharati...
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The Relationship Between Magnetism and Electricity by Bidisha Mukherjee
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...Mukherjee, “TheRelationship Between Magnetism and Electricity”, discusses the link between electric and magnetic fields, and the way one can be produced and effected by the other. It states that a changing electric field, or electric field in motion, called electricity, produces a magnetic field. Similarly, a changing magnetic field produces and effects an electric current. However, if a static charge is placed in an electric field, or if the magnetic field is made static, one field would neither produce nor effect the other field. This phenomenon has been put to use in many... ?Physics and Earth Sciences Article Summary 19 January The relationship between electri and magnetism The article by Bidisha...
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Ethnic Views
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...Mukherjee Bharati. American Dreamer. Mother Jones (Jan/Feb, 1997). http://motherjones.com/politics/1997/01/american-dreamer?page=2 5th dec. 2011... psychological abuse. This is observed in Cofer’s case, where the English natives view the Hispanic women as more deserving in sexual advances, and being romantic as compared to the native girls. In Canada, Mukherjee explains of the conservative nature of the natives to embrace foreigners and this even makes her and her family to relocate to the US. Therefore, both the cases portray the stigma of cultural identity against dominating cultures that criticize and view the immigrant cultures as having nothing worthy to maintain. The...
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Ethnic Views
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...Mukherjee Bharati. American Dreamer. Mother Jones (Jan/Feb, 1997). http://motherjones.com/politics/1997/01/american-dreamer?page=2 5th dec. 2011... . This is observed in Cofer’s case, where the English natives view the Hispanic women as more deserving in sexual advances, and being romantic as compared to the native girls. In Canada, Mukherjee explains of the conservative nature of the natives to embrace foreigners and this even makes her and her family to relocate to the US. Therefore, both the cases portray the stigma of cultural identity against dominating cultures that criticize and view the immigrant cultures as having nothing worthy to maintain. The immigrants still cling...
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Feminism in the 1900s
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...Mukherjee, Bharati. Jasmine. New York, NY: Grove Press, 1999. Print. Lambert, Tim. 20th Century Women: Women's Rights in the 20th Century, 25 April 2013. Web. 16 November 2012 from Women's International Centre (WIC). “Women's History in America.” Compton's Interactive Encyclopaedia. 25 April 2013. Web. 16 November 2012 ... knowledge regarding their rights in the society. Occurrence of the World Wars had a substantial impact on their revolution since they were influenced to take a stand. This paper will explore ideas from different sources such as “The Great Gatsby” by Fitzgerald, “A Raising in the Sun” by Hansberry and “Jasmine” by Mukherjee, thereby discussing feminism in 1900s. During 1990s, women had managed to make their way...
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What is the difference between positive economic analysis and normative economic analysis Give one example each of positive and normative economic issue or question or statement
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...Mukherjee 29). Statements made under positive economic analysis are factual and logical. Data collection and analysis is used to assert... Positive and Normative Economic Analysis Positive Economic Analysis Economic ments are mostly arrived at upon critically analyzing an economic scenario. The statements made and action taken in that regard often affects the economy in one way or another. It is important to determine whether economic statements made are based on evidence, whether they are objective or whether they are based on mere value judgment. Positive economic analysis encompasses such economic statements, and /or theories that can actually be tested and therefore become empirically proven...
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Ethnocentrism within the United States
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...Bharati, Chinese... Ethnocentrism within the United s There world is full of diversity when it comes to culture, and this is sometimes undermined by ethnocentrism. Though it has its positive sides, ethnocentrism goes beyond just viewing one’s ethnic group as superior; it involves using this view to judge other cultures (Ankerl, 2000). The upside is that it helps those of the minority groups to have a sustained identity for an extended time span. Its downside is that other ethnic groups can view others from a dented perspective (Krayer, 2013). The media is a great means to influence people towards buying commodities. One of the thriving industries is the weight lose industry. In other parts of the world, ...
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Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts
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...Mukherjee, 2005). Organisational culture contributes to the psychological and social environment in the organisation. Culture of an organisation is expressed in the interaction with outside stakeholders, future expectations of the organisation and information flow in the organisation (Mohanty & Rath, 68). The components of organisational culture include the organisational structure, the control systems, the power structures... ? Deciphering organizational culture through Artifacts Deciphering organisational culture through Artifacts Introduction Organisational culture refers to the value systems, customs, beliefs, norms and behaviors that regulate the interactions of stakeholders in the organisation...
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Exchange Rates
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...Mukherjee, 2007). Finally, under the fixed exchange rate, positive... Exchange Rates Task: Exchange Rates There are several differences between flexible and fixed exchange rates. For example, in flexible exchange rate administration, the governments locate their money supplies and allow the exchange rates liberally adjust according to the ensuing ratio of the two money supplies. However, in a fixed rate administration, one of the two nations, with the agreement of the other, situates the exchange rate and allows its money distribution to adjust to suit to the level needed (Barro, 2008). Furthermore, in flexible exchange rate administration, the government upholds direct command of its money supply and...
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Married Couples Should be Legally Required to Gain Spousal Consent for Vasectomy/Tubal Ligation
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...Bharati, 1993). Thus, it has been an increasing concern for healthcares and social development, to empower women and to educate them on birth control as a means to decongest them from anent ill-effects of declining economy. Experiences bared that the issue has become a cause of conflict among couples, specially those who got misinformed about the use of contraception, of IUD... Topic: Married couples should be legally required to gain spousal consent for vasectomy/tubal ligation. Everywhere in the world, nations speak of birth control and spacing to regulate the increase of global populace amid excruciating issues on poverty, especially in economically-challenged country. Health departments have...
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Married couples should be legally required to gain spousal consent for vasectomy/tubal ligation
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...Bharati, 1993). Thus, it has been an increasing concern for healthcares and social development, to empower women and to educate them on birth control as a means to decongest them from anent ill-effects of declining economy. Experiences bared that the issue has become a cause of conflict among couples, specially those who got misinformed about the use of contraception... Topic: Married couples should be legally required to gain spousal consent for vasectomy/tubal ligation. Everywhere in the world, nations speak of birth control and spacing to regulate the increase of global populace amid excruciating issues on poverty, especially in economically-challenged country. Health departments have discussed...
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Humanities
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...Bharati). Also, because Indian people worshipped several gods especially with heightened devotion in the past, correspondingly, Indian art has often reflected it in the earliest modes of pornography and varying expressions of making love as conveyed by the romantic stories... Describe how a culture’s belief system is reflected in these various other features of the culture, i.e. social order, legal system, and especially in the various forms of artistic expression, from architecture to painting, sculpture, literature, etc. When the Babylonians of Semitic origins invaded Mesopotamia near the end of 2000 BC, as the civilization reached its imperial turning point, these ancient Amorites bore significance...
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Is virtue ethics able to provide concrete ethical guidance to doctors Why or why not
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...Mukherjee, 223). The above claim highlights the contrast that is there between virtue ethics and the other two approaches. While virtue ethics is agent-centered... Virtue Ethics Virtue ethics is a broad term and cannot be given a standard definition but it is generally emphasizes the character of a person and the virtues that come along with the character. This is for the purpose of evaluating or determining ethical behavior. There are three main advances to normative ethics and virtue ethics is one of them. A common belief relating to virtue ethics is that it does not tell us what action we should take. This belief is brought about by the assumption that virtue ethics is more ‘agent-centered’ than...
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Abstract of Chapter 8
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...Mukherjee, In Battista, Gitman & Zutter, 2013). To compete... of Chapter 8 of Chapter 8 Chapter 8 “Management Control Systems and Responsibility Accounting” explores on how managers blend individual tools of management accounting to assist in achieving the organizational goals. The tools used by the managers in this respect comprise of the activity based costing, relevant costing, budgeting, and the use of variance analysis. The tools are most useful as part of the integrated system. Therefore, there is the application of a comprehensive plan for the coordination and the evaluation of all the organizational activities by value chain (Horngren, Sundem, Burgstahler, Schatzberg, In Battista & Horngren,...
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Genetics and Society
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...Mukherjee, an oncologist wrote his self-titled “The Emperor of All Maladies... ? The Role of Genetics in the Cure of Cancer The Emperor of All Maladies: An Autobiography of Cancer Mutation Over the years, there have been significant advances in the field of genetics. Ideally, this has brought the human race closer to developing lasting solutions for the age old cancer dilemma. These advances have, however, been realized along with significant effects to human beings and to the very society that they live in. It is not enough that genetics has played a vital role in human nature but that that it has also proceeded to affect the very way in which human being socialize. It is perhaps on this premise that...
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The Indians against FDI in retail trade
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...Mukherjee & Patel 2005). Whereas, the director of the company believes that the firm will increase sales in India that will grow rapidly, an opportunity that is not affordable to be missed. Due to this fact shopping in India has become difficult due... A Proposal for the case of the Indians against FDI in Retail Trade To From A Proposal for the case of the Indians against FDI in Retail Trade I write this letter to provide a solution to the recurring problem faced between the Indian government and U.S Supermarket chain in FDI retail. The problem is that the Government of India and other members of the business community are not passionate about letting the supermarket chain retail in the Indian market (Mu...
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Corporate accounting
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...Mukherjee& Mohammed, 2006, p.14). The share price of the target firm is recorded two days before the acquisition announcement to remove the effects of any rumors or information leaks in the market that may affect... Acquisition Premium and Goodwill Acquisition Premium and Goodwill on Acquisition An acquisition premium is the variation between the real cost paid to own an organization and the approximated real value of the purchased business before the acquisition. Acquisition premium should be recorded as ‘‘goodwill’’ on the balance sheet. Acquisition premium shows the expanded price of purchasing a target business during a business combination. There is no need for a business to pay an acquisition...
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Week 4 discussion TQM
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...Mukherjee, 2006). Indeed, teams avail the capacity for a speedy response to changes within customer demands, which may not be satisfied... Week 4 Discussion TQM Any enterprise that pursues to embark upon TQM program should change its paradigm from convention one based on cascading of authority to an inverted pyramid, in which the management views its employees as the critical factor in attaining excellence. Quality Circle detailing a small group of people working within an organization who come together with the aim of solving their work related challenges, or enhancing their work environment. The function of formal group is very critical in attaining quality and productivity within the workplace...
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Systems Analysis and Design
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...Mukherjee, Davulen and Ifer). Top down approach is always cost effective because it involves incremental ways; data is added in chunks and is manageable as compare to bottom up where we move from concrete to abstract level. Greater control is present over resources only necessary information is pre-programmed. Previously, the real estate was managed through Database where all the information related to apartments, terraced houses and duplex units were stored... System Design and Analysis The logical model is the interaction between the resources, processes, their input and output which is used by people to automate, modulate, manage and optimize the information systems. While developing a logical model ...
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Chlamydia
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...Mukherjee, Muralidhar, & Bala, 2013). Infected individuals are the reservoirs of the infection. According to Breguet (2006), Mother to Child Transmission (MCT) can occur during vaginal delivery. In addition, conjunctivitis can occur on the occasion that a person touches his or her eyes with infected hands. The infections occur in the urethra, cervix, throat, rectum, eyes, throat, penis, and cervix (Breguet, 2006). Pathogenesis According to the CDC (2007), a quarter of the females infected and half of the males do not present with any symptoms. In this regard, it is referred to as the ‘silent’ disease. However, in the population... Chlamydia Etiological Agent Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by...
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Business Management of Organization
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...Mukherjee, 2005). An equipped business manager is able to tackle very many serious challenges that threaten the well-being of an organization. These challenges comprise of managing in a drastically changing dynamic and complex social and technological environment, global competition, and workforce... ? Business Management of Organization Business Management of Organization In this contemporary world of business, managers are an integral part of any organization’s workforce. They form the leading cluster of an organization and are able to adapt to insurmountable business changes and climates. Additionally, managers inspire, motivate, lead others, and strategize with reference to business demands...
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All activity in learning guide needs to be done eg group blog, Research Activity, WIKI ENTRY, JOURNAL ENTRY
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...Mukherjee & Kumar 123). It often involves modifying or even... Due Group Blog Activity Social capital facilitates a successful collective action (Sims 34). Structural change and forming/reforming of teams in organizations often does not reduce social capital because the collective information, talents, and aptitudes that each employee brings to the new group/structure that emerges after restructuring or reorganizing, and importantly how such knowledge is combined, produce a unique asset for the organization that supports the culture of the organization. Structural changes and reorganization of teams in organizations increase its reliance on information sharing, problem solving, innovation, and knowledge ...
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...Mukherjee & Kumar 123). It often involves modifying or even... Due Group Blog Activity Social capital facilitates a successful collective action (Sims 34). Structural change and forming/reforming of teams in organizations often does not reduce social capital because the collective information, talents, and aptitudes that each employee brings to the new group/structure that emerges after restructuring or reorganizing, and importantly how such knowledge is combined, produce a unique asset for the organization that supports the culture of the organization. Structural changes and reorganization of teams in organizations increase its reliance on information sharing, problem solving, innovation, and knowledge ...
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Argumentative essay/ any topic/ 3 source min
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...Bharati Naik, and Marie-Louise Gumuchian. "Zoo official on Marius the giraffe: Conservation isnt always clean." CNN. Cable News Network, 11 Feb. 2014. Web. 26 Feb. 2014. .... Zoos should be shut down The recent controversy about the euthanasia of perfectly healthy giraffee d Marius in captivity (Elliot et al.) has evoked calls that zoos should be shut down. Zoos should be shut down because it is a ridiculous idea to keep zoos as an entertainment center because animals are used for recreation or entertainment when they should not be. Animals in the zoo do not also live long because it is not their natural habitat or in the case of Marius, being shot if they breed to many. Many of the reason that the...
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Conversation partner paper for interculture communication class
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...Bharati, Chinese, and Western. INU societal research. Geneva: INU Press. Benedict, R. (2005). Patterns of Culture. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Kincaid, D. L. (2007s). The convergence theory of intercultural communication. In Y. Y. Kim & W. B. Gudykunst (Eds.), Theories in intercultural communication (pp. 280-298). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. p.289.... Intercultural Communication Culture Pattern According to the interview I conducted, I learnt alot about the aspects of cultural patterns of my partner. The interview gave me an opportunity to know much about the cultural practices which have been upheld by my partner and their people for a very long time. Through my discussions with him, I came...
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Is history fiction & a global history of modern Historiography
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...Mukherjee analyze the interactions of historical writing between the West and other regions such as the Middle East and South-East Asia (25). It especially focuses on how historians and the public in the Middle East and South and East Asia adopted and adapted historiography methods developed in western countries. The authors argue for a global approach in the analysis of historical writings from the 18th century to the modern date. Prior... Is History Fiction? & a Global History of Modern Historiography Is History Fiction? Curthoys and Docker question the validity and truth of History by identifying the ‘doubleness of history’. These authors argue that there exists a space between two forms of History. ...
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Forecasting/EESC
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...Mukherjee & Kachwala, 2009). Simulation model The EBBD managers should incorporate the model so as to portray the distribution channel of the products in meeting... Forecast/EESC Problem situation Forecasting refers to the prediction of future performance based on the present or past data. EBBD Company lacks credible financial planning due to the use ineffective methods. However, the company needs to carry out future forecasts that incorporate time series and inflation rates (Brandimarte & Zotteri, 2007). Assumptions The company neglects inflation rates during its financial planning. The company lacks efficient qualitative and quantitative data from its key stakeholders to make short and medium range fina...
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Defining blackness in America
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...Bharati 37). Blackness for the African American woman was, and in some cases, it is still defined by being on the periphery. The American woman was expected to be beautiful in an ornamental manner. A woman whose status was single was not expected to work, and she only needed to be married, pious, or chaste. The African... Defining Blackness in America Blackness, by definition, means black the quality or of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white) (Onelook Dictionary 1). This seems easy enough to understand, but the concept of being black in America, blackness takes on a completely new life of its own. The definition has changed in some ways due to expansion of...
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Industrial Economics, Industrial Organization How can game theory help us to understand firm's interactions Discuss the differe
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...Mukherjee, 2004). Sequential game is another game theory whereby an industry or firm makes a decision on price or quantity, when it already has knowledge on what another player or partner has decided on. The kind of strategic interaction depicted in such a scenario gives... ?UNDERSTANDING FIRM’S INTERACTION THROUGH GAME THEORIES INTRODUCTION Game theory is a study of how companies, industries or individuals behave or actin strategic situations. Strategic situations in this scenario imply those positions whereby every individual or industry, in settling on what actions or steps to take, must put into consideration how other individuals, firms or industries might counter that action. This game theory is of ...
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Coorelation between Fate, Identity and Destiny in Mukherjee's Jasmine
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...Mukherjee. The of the Book, a at the University of California at Berkeley was the first American citizen to win the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction. She had authored many more books. Her husband Clark Blaise is also a writer in San Francisco. Born in Calcutta, India, Bharathi Mukherjee, who is settled in America vividly depicts the plight of immigrants, that too that of illegal immigrants. Cultural and emotional incompatibility of the immigrants are woven in a style that the reader would rather experience the hardships of illegal immigrants than realizing their plight. The basic quality needed... Jasmine the Novel Jasmine is the protagonist of the Novel Jasmine written by Bharathi...
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