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Dollar Decline
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...Decline INTRODUCTION A decline especially in the purchasing power of a dollar mainly occurs due to the rise of certain economic problems thatinclude weak recovery process and increasing public debt among others. This worldwide concern may adversely affect the economic performance of the United States of America (US) at large. The effects can appear in the form of increased level of export activities, minimizing purchasing power of the individuals on an international basis, rising commodity prices and upward trend of interest rates. The declining value of dollar is likely to unfavorably affect the purchasing power of the US citizens due to increased price of commodities (Feldstien... , “The...
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Family Decline
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...Decline Module Module ID: Is Family in Decline in America? David Popenoe, in his article under the title Can the Nuclear Family Be Revived, appears to be lamenting over the decline of nuclear family in the USA in the wake of high divorce rate on the one hand and inhibition of men and women under one roof without marriage. As a result, a significant proportion of the US children have to undergo financial embarrassments, emotional collapses and insecurity in their childhood and youth. Similarly, the author cites that the researches indicate that the children brought up by both of the two real parents turn out to be more cultured, mannered, educated and successful citizens in their grown years... ?Family...
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The Decline of Spain
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...DECLINE OF SPAIN SUBMITTED TO OF FACULTY BY FULL MONTH, YEAR Decline of Spain According to readingsthe seventeenth century was an era of incessant social, economic, military and political decline of Spain. During this time, none of Philip III (r. 1598-1621) or Philip IV (r. 1621-65) could prove themselves to be capable of managing different matters like Philip II.1 Liability came to aristocratic advisers. Undoubtedly, Gaspar de Guzman and count-duke of Olivares, put all their efforts but remained unsuccessful in building a centralized government that his renowned and modern, Cardinal Richelieu, had established within France. The control of...
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Decline of Myspace
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...decline of myspace users which now threatens to bankrupt the company entirely. Hudson touches on numerous factors contributing to the overall decline of the company and how business and employees have been and will continue to be affected by the shifting fortunes of the company. The author explores the experience... of the company as impacted by changing trends and tastes among target consumers which have contributed to its decline. Additionally, the effect of falling performance and impending failure has had on employees as well as how the loss of internet celebrities, such as Tila Tequila, has further depressed myspace’s outlook. Ultimately, while this article dissects the...
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Trade Union Decline
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...Decline Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 3 What are trade unions? 3 Evaluate the functions performed by the trade unions? 4 What increased the demand of trade unions before 1980? 6 Evaluate the reasons that resulted in decline of the trade union density in many countries 7 Analysis 10 Conclusion 11 References 12 Introduction In this age of globalization and industrialisation, the rate of competition increased in various small and multinational organizations, operating in various segments (Sims, 2002, pp. 712-734). As a result of which, it offered an adverse effect on trade union density that lowered its popularity and dominance in the market. Other than this, the macroeconomic... Trade Union...
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French Culture: the decline
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...Decline With the publication of an obituary declaring the demise of French Culture, on the cover page of the European edition of the TIME magazine in December 2007 began the controversial debate pertaining to the validity and relevance of French culture in the 21st century. Today, the death of French culture seems to be the favourite topic of most of the foreign scribes. Repeatedly one comes across articles and publications belabouring on the annihilation of French creativity and the crumbling of French heritage and art forms. There is no denying the fact that such aspersions stand correct to some extent. Over the years, there has been a considerable dilution in the creative verve... French Culture: The...
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London transport in decline
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...decline LONDON TRANSPORT IN DECLINE GRACE SARKAR Order No. 352844 18 January Table of Contents Introduction… 3 The traveling scenario … 4 Travel costs … 6 The Underground and Dockland light railway (DLR) 7 Taxis … 9 Conclusion … 10 Sources … 11 Photos sources … 11 LONDON TRANSPORT IN DECLINE Introduction London is heavily populated with about 8 million people. This population dwarfs the tremendous flow of traffic in London by buses, underground and mainline railways, trams and cabs. However, considering the size of the passengers at 3 million daily, the transport system in London is second to none although its daily challenges of ferrying across... London transport in...
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Cognitive Decline in Older People
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...Decline in Older People. Introduction: Many scientists have suspected for long that Omega 3 fatty acids found in fish have an positive impact on brain functioning. Until now, many studies have attempted to prove this relationship. What was done in this study: - 6,158 people aged 65 and older were taken into the study. - They had to fill out a questionnaire on what they ate - Every 3 years they had their cognitive ability tested. What was found in the study: Those who ate fish more than once a week, had a slower rate of cognitive decline (reduced by 10 to 13 %) What this study proves: Regular and frequent fish eating is related to a slower rate... of cognitive decline. This...
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Inadequate nutrition and cognitive decline
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...Decline 10 April, 2006 This study will dwell on the of age-related cognitive decline and nutrition as a contributing factor. The lecture will cover the normal and the non-normal aging process of individuals and in particular how nutrients add up to the neurological well-being of the elderly. The hypothesis in this discussion is that: nutritional imbalance is a resultant factor in cognitive decline. We shall review related studies and literature to support this hypothesis which aims to create awareness among all individuals to continue trying to find the nearest approach to cure and prevention of cognitive abnormalities. Introduction... YM Leyson For: Unidentified Inadequate Nutrition and Cognitive...
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The decline of classical civilizations
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...Decline ical Civilizations Having discussed the environmental, economic, and socio-political attributes of Persia, Roman Civilization, India, and China and comparing them in order to highlight similarities and differences which impacted on their development in human history, we will now discuss the decline of these famous civilizations in order to get a better understanding of the causes of their decline. An Overview of Classical Civilizations The earliest civilizations had emerged in the major river deltas of the world, taking advantage of the plentiful resources and building historic cities which did not depend on nomadic hunter-gatherer culture. The people... . Their military personnel were...
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The Tragic Decline of BlackBerry
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...Decline of BlackBerry” refers to as lost customer interest. These two articles recognize the problems that BlackBerry is facing. There must be a deeper look into contemplating first what products will identify with BlackBerry instead of merely releasing new ones for the sake of market share. McCracken unwittingly said that it is a good move for the company not to announce any new product at DevCon in San Francisco in contrast to what it did it 2010 that built the hype for Playbook. Instead, it is focusing... BlackBerry has made its mark with its line of smartphones with the form and style that it offers. There is almost an exclusivity that accompanies owning a BlackBerry that it has become an iconic...
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Possible Causes of Sales Decline
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...Decline Introduction Sales decline happens when the amount of goods or services exchanged for money reduces and become abnormal. The decline in sales may be been caused by several reasons like lack of enough funds, lack of proper planning, poor coordination between the staff members and so on. In my discussion with the manager, Carol Todd, I will talk about the probable causes of the problem, and how to investigate the probable causes of the sales decline with an intention of generating a solution. Lack of Business Plan Failure to plan is planning to fail. One cannot just walk without knowing where he or she is going. Many people start businesses without proper planning... Possible Causes of Sales...
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The Decline of European Christianity
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...Decline of European Christianity 0 Introduction Centuries back, European navigators and explorers conquered all edges of the globe to expand territorial domination and to spread religion, particularly Roman Catholicism. Europe was the cornerstone of the roots of Catholicism and its spread that went even as far as Asia and the Pacific and other unexplored territories. Martin Luther, a European, was also the epitome of evangelization through the establishment of Protestantism. Therefore, by looking at these people who made it possible the conquer of nations through religious armor, a vast majority of the world’s population is composed of Christians or the followers of Christ. However, the rise...
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The Decline of Napoleon Bonaparte
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...Decline of Napoleon Bonaparte Your The Decline and Downfall of Napoleon Bonaparte 1. Introduction Napoleon Bonaparte was born to a Corsican minor family in 1769. At the same time, Corsica was annexed by France, thus making Bonaparte French. He was educated at French military schools in 1784, and attended the Ecole Militaire of Paris, the royal school of military. He graduated with honors and joined the Royal French Army in 1785. Despite being a member of Corsican aristocracy, he didn’t have influence in France. He had to join artillery as officer since it was the branch of army for bright officers without political connection. But fate took a turn and...
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Industrial Decline in South Wales
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...decline in South Wales, (mainly the valleys) and its effects on national identity expressed through sport, in particular rugby became the focus of the author's research. Through... RUNNING HEAD: RUGBY WALES' ECONOMIC BAROMETER Rugby: Wales' Economic Barometer Abstract In addition to the economic patterns faced by Wales in the 20th century and continuing to present, there has been a strong tradition, as well, on Wales' favourite pastime, Rugby. The author became keenly interesting in determining if there was, perhaps, a connection between the socio-economic times of post World War II and the performance of Rugby during the same era. To that end, the decision to investigate the effects of industrial decl...
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Decline of the Qing dynasty
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...Decline of the Qing dynasty The West played a significant role in the fall of the Qing Dynasty in 1911, but it was not as crucial as the internal rebellions and conflicts were. The western threats were no more than mere external adversaries that a state had to face very usually during the early 20th century in the Asia Pacific region. Most historians agree that if the dynasty were free of the internal corruptions and conflicts, the history of Imperial China under the Qing Dynasty would have been written differently, as Mike Stanley says in this regard, “There are many different theories about how the Qing dynasty fell apart, with two major theories as the most commonly believed theories... Decline of...
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Decline in the American middle class
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...decline of the middle is an encompassing matter that has many aspects within its scope which includes social, political and economic. Themiddle class represent the densest part of the population but this does not necessarily equate to having the most power. On the contrary, to say that the middle class is the ruling class would be a great misconception. They define the typical American family and the typical American worker. The middle class represent the very foundation of what the nation is. Within the middle class there tends to be a range of classes from upper middle class to lower middle class. They then define what we come to know as white collar jobs and blue collar jobs... posh...
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The East India Decline in year 1833
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...Decline in year 1833 The East India Decline in year 1833 Thesis: Account for the decline in commercial and political influence of the East India Company in India in 1833. Outline: I. Introduction II. Reasons for Decline (Charter Act 1833) III. Conclusion IV. Work Cited. Introduction This paper accounts for the decline of the East India Company in light of the political and commercial influences occurring in the Year 1833. It considers the fall in the East India Company with specific concern Charter Act 1833. The East India Decline in year 1833: § Introduction The East India Company was perhaps among the most powerful commercial organization that the world had ever witnessed. In its... ? The East India...
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The decline of US hegemonic power
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...decline owing to the fact that it has been a hegemonic power for over 60yrs? This is what this paper will try to find out... ? Introduction The international system theorists always try to explain the relations among nations and also tend to ify the world into hierarchies such as the developed, least developed, emerging and developing nations. Others classify the nations into dominant power, great powers, middle powers and small powers depending on their capabilities especially military, economic and political capacity (Tammen, 2000). The balance of power theory has been for decades widely used by theorists to explain the relations among nations and how stability is maintained in the world system. This...
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United States - A superpower in decline
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...Decline The United s has always been a symbol of authority and has enjoyed a well-revered position owing to both its economic and military power. The twentieth century brought in a number of blows, including the unforgettable Great Depression, most of which are still afflicting the nation today. Perhaps the days of being a superpower are over for the US, as is evidenced by the current state of affairs in the US economy. Global media is abuzz with news, opinions and predictions on the decline of the US, and there are innumerable ‘foretellers’ assuming the rise of other would-be superpowers, especially China. Theories of world domination by emerging economies... ? 4 November United s – A Superpower in...
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Age-related decline in circadian output
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...DECLINE IN CIRCADIAN OUTPUT Overview Ageing or the concept of growing old is inevitable for any person who continues to live (Houtenbos et al, 2006). Indeed as long as the process of day and night continues, people will continue to age. Surprisingly, there are research findings that suggest that a lot of people are not so comfortable to notice clear signs of aging in their systems. Reasons why this may be so is varying but one of the commonest and most logical is that a lot of people find aging to be associated with so much psychological, physical and biological challenges. One of these challenges has to do with retarded sleep activity (James, 1999). In most aged people, there is said... ?AGE-RELATED...
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The Decline of the Ottoman Empire
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...Decline of Ottoman Empire: Ottoman Empire makes up for one of the most important reign and political phenomena of the middle ages that started in the 13th Century A.D. The achievements of this Empire were not just limited to territorial gains, rather they had a sociological, psychological, religious and cultural impact on every part they conquered. They spread their wings across major parts of Asia, parts of Europe, and traces of Africa came under their control as well. However despite its grandeur and grandiose the Empire suffered a gradual decline. The decline took place over a period of couple of centuries. This was as a result of...
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Decline of USSR after the Cold War
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...decline of USSR and the development of USA as the most influential power in the world. The cold war lasted from the mid-1940s until the end of the 1980s and this intense rivalry between the US led allies and the USSR led Allies is best understood in terms of the opposing political ideologies that they upheld: "democracy and capitalism in the case of the United States and its allies, and Communism in the case of the Soviet bloc." (Cold War). During the Cold War, USSR had to undergo severe economic crisis and the war... Part 2 American Government Research Paper The power and influence of USSR as the most dominating power in the world started diminishing after the world wars. One could notice the gradual...
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Decline in union membership in the U.S
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...decline. Why this is happening and what it implies for the future of unions is a discussion inextricably tied to the economy and, to some degree, politics. How this trend will affect millions of working Americans and their paychecks is a subject worth exploring. Union Decline: A Changing Workforce and Hobbled... ? Running head: Unions: The Fight for Unions: The Fight for Survival in a Changing Economy? From self-sufficiency to sweat shops to the organized labor movement, unions in the U.S. have had a hard fight for survival. Today, in a weak economy filled with fewer jobs and growing business uncertainties, the survival of what labor unions are left is in a precarious state. People need to work, and...
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Relationship between Instant Texting and Language Decline
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...Decline The recent years have witnessed an outburst in the popularity of cell phones to the extent that teenagers and adults view them as life necessities. As days pass, people exhibit an increased degree of attachment, to mobile phones, hence an increased dependence on the gadgets for communication. It is common to find people busy with their phones in workplaces, in vehicles, in school, and in homes. This does not exclude streets, in which one can notice individuals walking heads down; perhaps text messaging or reading texts. With the increased use of mobile phones, a sensitive issue has emerged which concerns the over-use of text messages... . According to David Crystal’s Texting, people...
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Social Causes of the Decline in Marriage
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...Decline in marriage" Social Causes of the Decline in Marriage APA format Research Academia There has been falling trends in the marriage among the Africans Americans. Cohabitation is preferred over marriage to be the center of family. This institution has been growing fast with the backing of traditional system and culture among this community since past to live without legal support of marriage. Economic feasibility, social degradation, health condition, criminalization poor education, unemployment or under employment are some of the compelling causes that promote cohabitation and indifference towards marriage. The Social Causes of the decline in marriage... . Introduction Marriage...
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The Decline Of Traditional Religions In US
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...Decline Of Traditional Religions In US ‘The Parable of Sower’ by OctaviaButler is a novel on religion and how religion will function and look in the future, especially for the blacks in America. Butler looks at a cultural history reconstruction for blacks through looking at ‘Earthseed’ as a religion for slaves. Through her book, Butler criticizes the traditions of African American Baptist. Despite exposing issues with this particular religious tradition, Butler goes further to suggest issues that have come out as being inherent to all American religions over the years. Outline Introduction... for the decline of traditional religions in the United States (Bridges 89). This...
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Globalization and the Decline of the State
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...Decline of the The Positive and Negative Impacts of Free Trade on Developing s 1 Free Trade: Free trade, additionally called laissez-faire, is an approach by which an administration does not victimize imports or meddles with fares by applying taxes (to imports) or subsidies (to fares). A free-trade strategy may not always mean that a nation relinquishes all control and assessment of imports and fares. The hypothetical case for free trade is dependent upon Adam Smiths contention that the division of work around nations prompts specialization, more stupendous effectiveness, and higher total processing. From the perspective of a solitary nation there may be useful preferences... Globalization and the...
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The Decline of Spain: Explain Spains decline as a world power. What factors contributed to Spains eventual decline as a European
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...Decline of Spain of Jesus Reyna of Introduction Around 1580, under King Philip II, Spain's power as a global empire was at its peak and its territory included most of Italy, the Philipines, possessions in the Americas, Portugal and the Netherlands1. By virtue of the territories controlled by Spain in this era, it became the dominant political power of the Holy Roman Empire. Spain's legitimacy was therefore justified by the Catholic Church which was under its influence. However, a century later, after Philip IV, the dominance of Spain ended. The Thirty Year War of Europe caused Spain to lose its domination as a global empire. Flynn classifies the reasons for this into two: domestic factors... ? The...
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Sociology - Discuss the argument that the family is in decline
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...decline of the family unit in the 21st century... Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” - Jane Howard Families (1995) Introduction Family is a social unit of two or more people who cohabit, may be related through marriage, blood ties or choice, and share in socialisation processes of children whether they are biological or adopted (Macionis & Plummer, 2002). Many theories and models within sociology argue that the family has undergone dramatic structural and inter-personal changes following post-industrialization and its subsequent social changes. The functionalist approach in sociology attests to a decline o...
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Demographic Decline, Black death, and the Ottoman Turks
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...decline in Europe during the Middle Ages were not caused by any one isolated event. Instead, it was a series of events that caused the decline. First was rapid population growth from the years 1000-1300. The growing population was already straining the agricultural capacity of Europe. Next came the famines from 1315-1317. Rain ruined many of the corps these years. Those that didn’t starve to death in these famines were weakened through malnutrition. People were dying from common bronchial ailments that they could have survived if they had not been weakened by malnutrition. The worst illness to strike during this time was the Black Death or the bubonic plague... The events that led to population...
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The growth and decline of the cuban republic (book review)
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...Decline of the Cuban Republic The Growth and Decline of The Cuban Republic documents the history of Cuba the twentieth century. The book is written by Fulgencio Batista, a hero who dominated the politics of the Cuban republic for more than two decades. As the title suggests, the book analyses several development activities that were evident in Cuban during Batista’s reign. Generally Batista has been viewed as dictator led by self-motives and thus ruined the economy as well as social welfare of the whole state during his rule. It’s to this argument that Batista wrote the book that was published in 1964, covering all the positive aspects of his reign as well as outlining what really... Due The Growth and...
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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
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...DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE The decline and fall of the Roman Empire was a process. The popular adage was that “Rome was not built in aday”. And so its fall did not occur in a day as well. There were a series of developments that collectively brought down the mighty empire. There are two specific points in history that marked such fall. The first was in 476 AD when the Roman Emperor Romulus Augustus was defeated by Flavius Odoacer, a Germanic barbarian. And the second was when the Eastern Roman empire was finally defeated by the Ottoman Turks in 1453. This gradual decline that eventually ended with the crumbling of the empire is...
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The Decline of the Educational System in Harlem, NY
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...Decline of the Educational System in Harlem, NY. The Harlem Renaissance was an historical migration of the African Americans towards the northern industrial regions. This vast migration started in the 19th century and increased during the Second War I, as it was fostered by shortages in production and labor needs. Harlem community, which migrated to the south mainly sought opportunities not only on jobs, but more on the schooling for their children. There were greater educational opportunities in the North compared to the South. The blacks wanted to benefit from such opportunities by providing their children hope so that they can rise above the injustices in the South, especially within... Task: The...
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The Economic Growth of China and Decline of the West
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...Decline of the West The China’s economic growth will not lead to the decline of the West because it is not institutionally strong and flexible as the west. The Chinese economy is characterised by intense air pollution. The World Bank indicates that 16 of 20 cities with the worst air pollution globally are in China (Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, 2012). Air pollution costs the Chinese economy significant amounts of resources that are lost to labour and increased health care costs, thus resulting in a lower GDP (Weston, 2004). The level of reduction of air pollution may be very insignificant in the coming years since the Chines economy... The Economic Growth of China and Decline ...
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Trade union density has undergone significant decline since 1979
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...Decline Since 1979 Introduction Trade unions play a big role in the organization of workers anywhere inthe world. They are normally established to represent the workers in an organization or a group of organizations (Blandon, Machin and Van, 2006). Trade unions are important organizations since they seek to instil harmony in the employment environment. They are vital for the adequate representation of the workers’ interests and performance of fair managerial practices across all levels of employment. On behalf of workers, trade unions often negotiate wages, workplace policies and safety, work rules, rules governing hiring, promotion and firing... of employees, and employment benefits. A few...
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The Decline of the Honeybees in North America
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...Decline of the Honeybees in North America Honeybees (Apis melliera), were first introduced to North America by European settlers in 1600s. Honeybees are social animals, making it easy for their domestication by human beings but under friendly environments. When well-managed, honeybees tend to be resourceful to individual farmers and the state or the nation at large. In North America, the production of honeybee has been taken seriously for various reasons. For instance, honeybees can be commercially bred for pollination services. In this case, they help in large-scale food production in places like North America beside other wild bees. Moreover, statistics indicates that three-fourth... as...
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Financial Crisis: Monetary Institutions and Entities Assets Decline in Value
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...Decline in Value Introduction Monetary excesses characterised by a period of boom and bust that precede financial turmoil in many economies inevitably cause financial crises. In the aftermath of a financial crisis, governments are forced to come in and intervene to protect the interests of depositors and to instil discipline in the errant financial institutions. Governments have across the world being forced to enact new regulations, bail out the large organisations often regarded as ‘too big to fail’ due to the repercussions on other sectors of the economy, and generally ensue stability is enhanced in the financial sector... which is the backbone of the economy. Nevertheless, critics and...
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Critical review of (Age-Related Decline in Circadian Output)
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...DECLINE IN CIRCADIAN OUTPUT. College: The experiment investigates the effects of age on the circadian output of rodents as imparted on by changes in the SCN to link with that of human beings. It uses the mice in the test under standard conditions to realize the mechanisms of the circadian clock that involves the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN). The experiment revolves around the SCN in attempt to realize the process of sleep and attempt to make certain alterations that could be created to be useful in obtaining more stable and healthy sleep for the aging population (p7, methods and protocols) Since the aging process causes changes in the central circadian clock which in turn causes... ?AGE RELATED DECLINE...
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Causes of the decline of the Devirme System
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...Decline of the Devshirme System in the Ottoman Empire The Devshirme system was established by theSultan in the Ottoman Empire as a reward system to the Sultan as well as a source of strong and able military personnel to protect the empire while still invading others. The system involved handing the able and healthy men to the Sultan inform of taxes, incase of the foreign traders, who were later expected to serve the Sultan in various capacities. The enslavement program according to Duiker and Spielvogel (337) mainly involved the non Muslim youths, since according to the Islamic culture, it was against the culture to enslave an Islamic youth. The non-Muslim population in the empire... Causes of the...
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Is mass media a cause of moral decline
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...decline in our society. Mass media have contributed largely to the decadence of morality in the society due to its role in lowering religious tolerance. As such, mass media have continuously portrayed the differences found within different religious groups and drawn criticisms towards them... ?Mass Media and Moral Decadence Mass media have enjoyed the limelight for the benefits that it has brought to the society to a point that its failures have been overlooked. The failures range from poor coverage of content and negative exposure to moral decadence in the society; where moral decadence is crucial. As a result, it is essential to evaluate mass media in order to ascertain whether it is a cause of moral...
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Is technology producing a decline in critical thinking skills
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...Decline in Critical Thinking Skills? by Technological progress has become a distinctive feature of our timestarting from space exploration and ending with smart phones in the hands of kindergarten children. Numerous gadgets with instant possibility to connect to the Internet made our possibilities immeasurable. Working from home, communication to several people at once, creating content with the help of gadgets – all these things became mundane for a man of XXI century. However, since human brain has not changed too much since recent technological evolution it has to adapt really fast to all innovations. As a result our thinking capacities are diminishing... , and the possibility to reason...
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The Decline of the English and Humanities Departments of Universities
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...Decline of the English and Humanities Departments of Universities Introduction The enrollment of English and Humanities students into Universities around the world has reduced over the recent years. There is a sharp contrast between the once popular study of Humanistic subjects and Literature and todays lack of emphasis on such subjects. In a similar manner, both students enrolling into Institutions of higher education and the management of such institutions have developed a reduced interest in these once popular pursuits. As Cohen (13) notes, most students opt for the superior truth in Social, Biological and Managerial Sciences as compared to theories and hypotheses in Humanistic subjects... The...
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The Decade of the Decline of the Balance of Power
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...Decline of the Balance of Power s of Learning: s The Decade of the Decline of the Balance of Power Introduction The conflicts resulting from the imbalance when it comes to the powers vested to the different branches of the government in most cases call for the intervention of the Supreme Court. The coequal and separate government branches in question include the Executive and the Congress. The two branches which were traditionally viewed as having an equal balance in the powers vested in them with reference to the running of the nation have in the last decade been faced with contradicting power issues calling for the need of the law to intervene thus such issues ending... The Decade of the Decline of...
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Has globalization caused the decline of the states economic importance
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...DECLINE OF THE S ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE Introduction Globalization, defined the growth of integration of the world economy that contributes to an increase in the level of communication, products, ideas, services and expertise exchange across boards has had both positive and negative impacts. Globalization has had dual effects on the sovereignty of states and countries. With the increased level of world integration, characterized by large volumes of cross-border business, there has been subsequent erosion of the indigenous cultures resultant from infiltration of foreign cultures. Experts argue that globalization has also contributed to the loss of business... ANALYSIS OF WHETHER GLOBALIZATION HAS CAUSED THE...
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The decline of tradition of holistic approach to culture in anthropology
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...decline of tradition of holistic approach to culture in anthropology Holistic representation of culture has over theyears come under sharp review by anthropologists who are of the view that this school of thought has been overtaken by time. A number of exaggerations have been witnessed in the demonstration of purity, consensus and the picture of pristineness. The steady rise of the school of cognitive anthropologists has who have tried to limit the view of culture to patterned cognitive processes such as schemas, classifications and metaphors has facilitated the decline of traditional holistic approach to culture. The social as well as the political...
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Fertility decline has repercussions far beyond those of changing population growth rates. Discuss
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...Decline in Middle-Eastern Countries Islamic countries have experienced a severe drop in fertility since 1955. Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, the decline has become more apparent. As with any society, fertility decline has several repercussions upon the culture, and due to the familial role of children in Islamic households, as well as the religion-dominated lifestyles of its people, fertility decline has had unique effects on the Muslim culture. These effects vary in importance; however, there is a clear distinction between Iran and Saudi Arabia. This paper will identify the current situation of Iran and Saudi Arabia as it pertains to the decline, and will also contrast... Fertility...
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Thesis on the Decline Effect- based on the article by Jonah Lehrer (2010)
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...Decline Effect The decline effect, an event being seen more and more in today’s scientific research, occurs when scientific results decrease over time. Results and findings that may have been positive years ago when the tests were first conducted are revealing a steady decline as the experiments are being replicated. This decline effect has shaken up the scientific community, causing many researchers to doubt the purpose of conducting research if the results are only going to drastically change in the future. However, regardless of the confusion and discouragement presented with the decline effect, scientists should not worry about the decline effect, but continue to conduct their research... ?The...
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To what extent was the Irish famine responsible for the decline of the Irish language
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...Decline of Irish Language The Irish language was the language mainly spoken in Ireland in the past until its gradual decline in the 18th Century which has gone on until present day where only 130000 native speakers are believed to exist. Many factors have been pointed out as the cause for this language’s decline one of which is the Irish famine that lasted for 7 years (1845-1852). The Irish famine was a period of immense hunger in Ireland as the potato crop failed resulting in the death of up to 1 million people. As seen below, this famine resulted in the decline of the language in several ways including the death of its speakers, emigration to other parts of the world... and the introduction...
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Is the rise of China, India, and Brazil, a consequence of the decline of the U.S
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...decline in U.S.A. According to economists, U.S.A has lagged behind new and upcoming markets in Brazil, China and India as the preferred place of investment. The economic situation of U.S.A is not sustainable and an attempt made by them to suspend this belief is not working abroad. One economist quoted that, “One can delay, but no one can forestall the unwind of a multi decade credit bubble” (Lendmen, 1). There were economic reports released which showed that the GDP growth of U.S slowed to 1.6 % in the 2nd quarter from 3.7... Rise of emerging third world powers: China, India and Brazil The considerable rise of India, China and Brazil is the dawn of the new world, which canbe safely attributed to the...
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