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...Eastern Massasauga Eastern Massasauga is a federal candi species since most of their biological status and threats is known to the wildlife service. This paper puts more light on the way of life of Eastern Massasaugas. Appearance and Habitat Eastern Massasauga are small snakes with thick bodies, heart shaped heads and vertical pupils. Its colours range from brown, grey, or greyish brown with light-edged chocolate brown blotches on the back and smaller blotches on the sides. The colour of the snakes belly differs with the rest of the body and is marbled dark grey or black with a white stripe on the head....
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Eastern Catholic
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...Eastern Catholic Eastern Catholic The eastern catholic is one of the branches of world Christianity churches. Also known as theOrthodox Catholic Church, it has preserved millions of Christians across the globe. The organizational structure of the Eastern Catholic Church in the Middle East consists of self governing or autocephalous local churches that use various principles. Unity in faith, canonical discipline and the sacraments are some the principles used by this church. They also elect their own bishops and use the patriarch of Constantinople. This patriarch gives bishops chairmanship and initiative privileges with no...
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EASTERN FOODS
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...Eastern foods Introduction There is a growing market for fast food in the United Kingdom. The fact that the eastern foods have identified this market opportunity and aims at developing fast food business in the United Kingdom indicates a greater urge for expansion. There are certain issues that are deemed quite important as far the development of the fast food business in Birmingham is concerned. This issues the human resources, accounting, and marketing and operations management. In order to be able to develop a complete organizational structure for this business to be able to realize success these issue will have to be adequately addressed due to the...
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Eastern Philosophy
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...Eastern Orthodoxy (220 million), Anglicans (84 million), and other Christians (280 million). The word Christ (Christos in Greek) or Messias (in Hebrew) means the “anointed”. The world Jesus (which is the Latin word of Iesous in Greek) is used... Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism & Islamic Buddhism, Their Culture and Beliefs The word Buddha refers to ‘the awakened one’ who has been enlightened. The philosophy of the Buddhist is that every on stands a potential of Buddhahood whether aware or unaware. Though this religious believe traces its origin among the Hindus, its fundamental believes are different from that of the Hindu. According to the Hindu, Buddhism is viewed as unorthodox (nastika). The history...
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Virtual Teams. Eastern Europe
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...eastern European region is not as wealthy as the rest of the European Union. Eastern Europe is composed of 14 countries. The 14 countries that composed Eastern Europe are Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Croatia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Belarus, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania. A good way to determine which are best investment locations within Eastern Europe is by comparing the gross domestic product per capita of the Eastern European countries. The countries with the top three gross domestic products per capita in Eastern Europe are Slovenia, Czech Republic, and Slovakia. The corresponding gross domestic product per capita of each... of...
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Eastern Europe and Russia
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...Eastern Europe and Russia They say that Europe is one of the wealthiest continents on earth. Its prosperity not only extendsin natural resources and advanced manpower, but it is also home to a colorful history and culture. More importantly, significant civilizations and ideologies had originated in this area. Hence, this paper examines the major contributions of Byzantium Empire to the present day Eastern Europe and Russia. Furthermore, the study will also focus on the social and cultural impacts of post-communist transitions in the former communist states of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. As reviewed by Butler (2007), the highlight of European civilization had... Transitional Changes in...
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Middle Eastern Humanities
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...Eastern Music Introduction Middle Eastern music, mainly draws its inspiration from the ancient civilization of Egypt, Sumerians and Assyrians. This has made Middle Eastern music to be unique. The various musical instruments used in music also make Middle Eastern music unique. The following are some of the characteristics of Middle Eastern music. Rhythm Unlike other types of music from other parts of the world, Middle Eastern music has overlapping rhythms. This means that as the drummer plays a particular rhythm, the violinist will play a different rhythm and so will the tambourine. The dancers also have special clothes that also act as an instrument, and they also play a different rhythm... Middle...
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Middle Eastern Terroists
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...Eastern Terrorists The Middle Eastern terrorist organizations are comprehensive within their working domains. The domestic terrorist groups are not that organized to begin with. This is the single most significant difference between the Middle Eastern terrorist wings and the ones that hail from the domestic realms1. There is the essential talk of these two groups working towards the accumulative destruction of the world’s different regions and more importantly are a source of continuous nuisance in entirety. This has been proven with the passage of time as well2. The comparison comes about with the comprehension that their respective intentions are inherently different and they would like... Middle...
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Eastern European Studies
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...Eastern European nations set upon a new chapter in their respective histories. During the forty odd years as part of the Soviet Union a degree of economic, political and constitutional homogeneity was brought into this region, which has previously shown diverse traditions in these aspects. What has unraveled with the fall of the Berlin Wall... (and is continuing to this day) makes for an interesting academic exercise. It also has practical implications for the lives of citizens of these countries, whose future depends on the development of democracy backed by a robust judicial system. Constitutional reform or engineering toward this end is a daunting task and early signs of this...
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The Eastern Partnership
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...EASTERN PARTNERSHIP IN THE CASE OF UKRAINE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION Table of Contents The List of Abbreviations …………………………………………………………….. 4 1. Introduction …………………………………………………………………... 5 1.1 The Subject of the Study ………………………………………… 5 1.2. The Purpose of the Study ………………………………………… 6 1.3 The Research Questions ………………………………………… 6 1.4 The Scope and Limitations of the Study ………..……………… 7 1.5 The Methodology and Theoretical Approach ……………………. 8 1.6 The Structure of the Paper …………………………………………. 9 2. The EU – Ukraine Relations ……………………………………………….. 11 2.1 Historical Overview of the EU-Ukraine Bilateral Relations …... 13 2.2 The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) …………………… 16... THE APPLICATION OF THE...
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Eastern Religion & Elements Matrix
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...Eastern Religion Elements Matrix Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Daoism Countries of origin The country of origin for Hinduism is the Indian sub-continent. Buddhism is indigenous to the Indian subcontinent. Confucianism is indigenous to China. Daoism has its origins in China. Historical figures and events The main figures of Hinduism include the Tridev( Shiva, the Destroyer; Brahma, the creator; and Vishnu for preservation). The main events in Hinduism include the Ram Navami, the Diwali and other pujas. The main figure in Buddhism is Gautama Buddha. Other than this, there are bodhisattvas who form a major part of the thought process. The main figures... Level Material Appendix Gs Eastern Religion...
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Eastern Food Restaurant
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...Eastern Food Restaurant EASTERN FOOD RESTAURANT Overview Company Eastern food restaurant is an oriental based company that will run a double floor medium-sized restaurant business that will serve contemporary and healthy food. The restaurant’s location will be on 134-136 Wardour Street in London. Mission Statement The goal of the restaurant is to be a company that is multifaceted in its success. The first responsibility that the company will aim at is to consider the financial well-being concerning the restaurant. To meet this goal, the company, will consider the quality, generosity, understanding, and fairness between vendors, customers,...
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Middle Eastern Studies Journal
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...Eastern Studies The last century, particularly after World War 2, has witnessed high levels of conflict and warfare within the Middle East (Richards and Waterbury 345). The most predominant and extended conflict is that of the Arab-Israeli conflict which has born five major wars and is still at play even unto now. Others include the bloody civil wars of Lebanon of 1976-1989; Sudan’s civil war 1959-1971 and 1983-2010 of which the drums of war are once again being sounded between Sudan and the newly independent Southern Sudan over the vast oil of the south. Common characteristics of these conflicts were the conventional use of large armies and the high levels of firepower and destruction... Middle Eastern ...
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History of Eastern Philosophy
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...Eastern Philosophy Introduction The difference between philosophy and religion is an ongoing debate for many centuries. For many, religion and philosophy are the same since both are looking for the ultimate truth. For many others, religion and philosophy are interdependent or interrelated with each other. For example, there are many concepts in philosophy, which have their basis in religion. However, for many people, the differences between religion and philosophy are much more prominent then their few similarities. They believe that religion and philosophy are mutually exclusive and drastically different (Carr, pp. 241-243). They have various arguments in this regard. First, the most... ? History of...
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Eastern European Studies
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...Eastern European nations set upon a new chapter in their respective histories. During the forty odd years as part of the Soviet Union a degree of economic, political and constitutional homogeneity was brought into this region, which has previously shown diverse traditions in these aspects. What has unraveled with the fall of the Berlin Wall... (and is continuing to this day) makes for an interesting academic exercise. It also has practical implications for the lives of citizens of these countries, whose future depends on the development of democracy backed by a robust judicial system. Constitutional reform or engineering toward this end is a daunting task and early signs of this experiment...
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Eastern Meditation Meets Christianity
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...Eastern Meditation Meets Christianity Introduction: Each religion has a different approach to the practice of meditation. Christians meditate in the form of a prayer from the heart, or by contemplating a phrase from holy scripture. The Hindu religion uses yoga in order to focus the mind on a single object such as a stone, a candle flame, or a repeated syllable or sound. Buddhist meditation aims for the development of awareness, using concentration as a tool. Buddhist meditation -sometimes called 'insight meditation'- is the cornerstone of mindful living. "It is a process of seeking truth or understanding, of trying to discover the nature of existence and of the human mind" (Tulku... Kositjaroenkul...
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Eastern religious traditions
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...Eastern religious traditions” Introduction Essentially, the Eastern religions refer to a family of religions native to Asia. Besides the numerous major religions attributed to the East, there exists a number of cults which include the animistic religions of native Asian people. It is significant to note that the Eastern regions blend the religious and philosophy jointly. This study observes that the followers of the Eastern religions are numerous and are well spread across the world. Some of the Eastern religions include Buddhism, Hinduism, Daoism and Islam. This study intends to examine the traditions...
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Middle Eastern Studies
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...Eastern Studies The formation of s in the Middle East was primarily by partitioning of the former Levante and Mesopotamia and through anti-imperialistic struggle characterized by revolutions and conquests. Subsequent activities of the League of Nations within this region aided the process of nation-building through the introduction of mandated systems (Gelvin). The recent civilian revolts within the Arab states seem to be a trip back into history. The ‘Arab Spring’ of 2010-2012 has seen the emergence of resistance against ruling governments (particularly those that are military-led) including Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Bahrain, Morocco, Syria, Greece and Algeria. The Arab Spring of 1919 emerged... Middle...
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Middle eastern humanities
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...Eastern Cuisines Cooking in Middle East has a high cultural attachment because of the strong family ties in these countries. Middle East countries culture entail large clans that are friendly and hospitable. Offering food is, therefore, an important cultural aspect in Arab countries (Heine, 10). Middle East countries enjoy a variety of food types as well as cooking styles. In these countries, there are both urban and rural foods. In addition, foods differ with the regions such as plains, mountain, sea, streets and nomadic foods. Heine (8) states that although there are numerous variations in Middle Eastern foods, there are various similarities of food from these countries. It is, therefore... Middle...
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Eastern European Politics
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...Eastern European Politics Democratization in Eastern Europe The waves of democratization during the 1970s and 1980s in Southern Europe and Latin America have dramatized once more the extraordinary complexity of the process and alerted us to the many different elements that have to be in place before democracy can be said to have triumphed in a country. Most of the perspectives apply also to the East European process of transition, although we have to bear in mind the different nature of the preceding regimes (David, & Bruszt, 1998). Let us begin with the transfer of power from the bogus popular legitimacy of the Communist Party state to the electorate, a...
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Middle Eastern Studies
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...Eastern Studies Oil has only surfaced as an important commodity for the Middle East during the ebbing decadesof the 19th Century and well into the 20th Century (Gelvin 248). This period is what economic historians refer to as the “second industrial revolution.” The second revolution is particularly significant as it marked the foundations for what are now (essentially) petroleum-based economies of the Middle East. Most of the Middle Eastern government policies inclined towards realization of economic and social development has been fuelled by revenues generated various natural resources within the region. The major source of these revenues is derived from the oil resources. Others include... Middle...
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Eastern Art Essay
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...eastern culture of Japan. References Chinese Dragon. (n.d.). Retrieved August 11, 2012, from http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/social_customs/dragon_lion.htm Country Facts. (n.d.). Retrieved August 11, 2012, from http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/articles/japan/japanese-symbols-tiger-dragon-snake-rooster/1380 Dragon. (n.d.). Retrieved August 11, 2012, from http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/00193/introduction3.html Japanese Dragons. (n.d.). Retrieved August 11, 2012, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3628761?seq=2 Opler, M. E. (n.d.). Japanese Folk Belief concerning the Snake. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 249-259.... ?Visual Arts and Film Studies Chinese consider Chinese dragons as important...
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EASTERN PHILOSPHER LETTER
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...Eastern philosophy: An introduction to the classical theories of Hinduism, buddhism, confucianism, and Taoism, < http://www.utm.edu/staff/jfieser/vita/research/eastphil.htm> 15 April 2006 Lorenz M (n.d.), What Confucius Thought, 15 April 2006... teachings and thoughts influence the people of the region and the nation. There is always some resistance to such ideologies nevertheless, they have substance. Man is a social creature who is bound to others by humanity. Humanity can be expressed through five different relationships in a person’s life - sovereign and subject, parent and child, elder and younger brother, husband and wife, and friend and friend. Duties differ depending upon the different status one holds in relation to another. The central idea behind these five relationships is universal. Of these different...
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Eastern Philosopher Letter Essay
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...Eastern Philosopher Letter Dear Vishnu, I understand your concern when conversing with people who are disillusioned with life and all that it can offer. I also find it rather tiring to listen to the same problems repeated over and over again from minds that seem to have no desire to go beyond their petty desires and problems. You speak of people who seem to have a good life, with a nice house and good food and clean clothes. Yet they are miserable in their own ways. Of course they cannot search as we search; they are not yet illumined sufficiently to look beyond the attainment of their own desires for true contentment. Desire is a good thing, as long as it is used...
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Middle Eastern Studies
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...Eastern Studies The prevailing issues concerning health, education and labor within the Middle East are as a direct result of historical influence-and by extension design-of Western nations dating as far back as the Napoleonic wars. The origins of these states were primarily after World War 1 through two main ways: Firstly, via the partitioning of the former Ottoman Empire largely by France and Britain according to their own interests and perceptions; Secondly, the resultant of anti-imperialistic struggle, revolutions and conquests (Gelvin). So how did the influence of Western nations come into play several centuries later? The Constantinople Agreement of 1915 was struck in light... of the...
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Middle eastern cultures 201
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...Eastern Cultures The cultures that exist in the Middle East, a region that spans Southeastern Asia, Southeastern Europe, and Northwestern Africa and which has no clear boundaries may be termed as the ‘Middle Eastern Cultures’. While, Islam is the predominant religion in the Middle East, the culture has also room for Judaism and Christianity, besides ethnic groups. The culture has graduated itself from the ancient times to a more modern society, where western outfits are a common scene in nations like Egypt and Turkey. Yet, the commonalities in Middle Eastern cultures share many an orthodox with rigid rules in nations like Saudi Arabia, where ‘Burqa’ clad women are respected... Day month year Middle...
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Eastern Religion thought
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...Eastern Religion thought The Middle East is a region that encompasses a larger part of western Asia. in spite of being a main center of world affairs, many major religions all over the world have their origins in the Middle East. Such religions like Judaism, Islam, and Christianity among others were established within the region. From Further East came Buddhism and Hinduism in their two versions, both the old and the new versions. Religions from the Further East created spiritual paths through churches and other specialized forms of knowledge. Several movements were created through the religion to support action in the world and through devotion. The creation of movements brought together... Eastern...
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Middle Eastern Comparative Law
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...Eastern Comparative Law Role of Judges The judges disseminate justice as generally accepted by the society. The law is what the society deems to be a collection of rules that can mould the community to define their culture (Feldman 3). The role of judges is to be aware of these laws and execute them as required by the society. Rulings are not solely dependent on being objective particularly where sacred law is practiced. Judges have to be aware of the specific components of the sacred law to execute it, objective or not. Basic Principles of Sharia The Clear Path There are different ways to view the Sharia based on one’s role in its implementation. The clear path is what most refers... number Middle...
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Middle Eastern Humanities
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...Eastern Humanities The Quran is not easy to read and understand as may be thought by some individuals. This is because it is written in classic Arabic, which might easily be misinterpreted in the event of translating the Quran to other languages. For example, the Quran (54:40) uses the verb yassara to mean ease. This same verb, yassara,’ is often misunderstood to mean available. Clearly, one needs to be cautious not to impose his or her own meaning when reading the Quran. 2. Hadith can be referred to as “a short narrative which describes a statement or an action or a tacit approval of the Prophet (sws)” (Iftikhar Para 4). There are various types of hadiths, which tell various stories... Middle Eastern...
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Middle Eastern Politics
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...Eastern Politics Book Review Jimmy Carter, Palestine: Peace not Apartheid, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2006, pp. 288, Price: $ 14.85. This is a momentous book. It has created a furor and a digression at a time when Republican President George Bush Jr. is being grilled from all sides anent his military rendezvous in Iraq in the aftermath of terrorists' attack on the New York Trade Center and Pentagon. Former President Jimmy Carter and a Democrats' leader is a mature political person. He could not have come out with this book at this crucial time without any calculate reason. Carter has invited plethora of criticism not only against him but also his Democratic party... Assessor Unit: Place: Middle...
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EU Enlargement to Eastern Europe
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...Eastern Europe: Challenges and Issues Introduction When the European Union enlarged its membership southward to cover such countries as Greece, Portugal and Spain in the 1980s it altered EU's economic geography and budgetary structure some but the process was smooth and painless overall. These new partners, although struggling with their incomes, had more or less the same economic structures as most of the old EU members. When EU in the 1990s also took into its fold the Northern European countries - Austria, Finland and Sweden - it was even better. The economies of these three countries were in such great shape that their EU membership influenced an increase in the union's per... EU Enlargement to...
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Ethics in Eastern Kentucky University
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...Eastern Kentucky The primary concern of ethics pertain to an individual’s judgment about what is right or wrong, in organizations decisions are either made by individuals or groups, nevertheless, those involved in the process are influenced by the culture of the particular organization (The Times 100, 2002). Whether to behave ethically or not is not always a legal issue; indeed many corporate actions in this respect are not required by any laws; in most cases, decision to be ethical or not are often determined by ones moral compass. The employees, management in, and organization should do what they think is moral even if it involves deliberately taking actions that impact negatively... Eastern Kentucky...
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Eastern Europe Under Communist Rule
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...Eastern Europe under communist rule Top of Form Bottom of Form The organizational strategies of the communist parties during the era of socialism (1945-1989) are among the lesser-documented aspects of the parties’ rule. Yet these strategies, consisting of the means of party control over society and internal personnel policies within the party, there was underlying of the communist parties’ ability to reform and negotiate under communism. The less the parties relied on the loyalty of party members and extensive organizational networks as a way to control society, and the more practical and skilled their leaders, the more ability the communist parties to innovate and implement policy reforms... ...
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Near Eastern and Egyptian Art
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...Eastern and Egyptian Art In the passages of Hebrew Bible Old Testament, the three – God, Moses and Israelites interact with each otheron a different level. Here, Moses is the mediator between God and Israelites. Moses is a man of great belief in God, hence the latter communicate with former on a regular basis. Moses is significantly faithful in religion and God, and also completely follows the commands and instructions of God. On the other hand, the Israelites have no communicative chance with God except to accept God’s command through Moses. The Israelites interaction with God is with fear and admiration, but faith and love lack in them. Since God chose Moses, the Israelites complain... Topic:  Near...
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International Business Management - Eastern Europe
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...Eastern Bloc country, has a detailed sensitivity analysis of the financial projections been made Has a justification for the proposed investment evolved... International Business Management Case Study: GM Hungary Questions to be raised to the Hungarian Government and RABA: In respect of the proposed join venture arrangement of GM Europe with RABA, the state owned enterprise of the Hungarian Government the following issues are to be addressed and possible answers/commitments are to be obtained from the respective parties: a. With Hungarian Government : As far as the Hungarian Government is concerned the development of the joint venture project hinges on the positive response from the government in respect ...
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Middle Eastern Female Contemporary Artists
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...EASTERN FEMALE CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS Middle Eastern Female Contemporary Artists [Institution's Name] Middle Eastern Female Contemporary Artists Introduction Artistic expression has been part of the human condition at all times and in all places. As with language, art is a species-centered activity. In the conventions of Euroamerican culture, the arts have become disassociated from the stream of life as artistic creation has increasingly become the function of the specialist. In our definition of art we differentiate "pure" from "folk" art, "fine arts" from "crafts." Such distinctions impede the understanding of arts as a basic expression of experience. Art of the Arab... Running Head: MIDDLE...
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Gender inequality In eastern societies
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...Eastern Countries s Introduction We are living in a world where discrimination is inevitable at all fronts ranging from the extreme racial segregation to social discrimination, to sexual discrimination, and gender segregation. Gender inequality is defined by Smits and Huisman (2013, p.326) as unequal treatment or the individual’s perception based on their gender. It comes up due to the variations in socially constructed gender roles and biologically through hormonal structure, brains structure and chromosomes. In that respect, gender inequality originated from distinctions, either socially constructed or empirically grounded. Gender inequality can also occur in a manner... could affect the...
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Middle Eastern Politics Political Science
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...Eastern Politics "Political Science" Britain and France decided to partition and control the Arab world during World War I. Earlier to this most of the region was part of the Turkish Ottoman Empire. To understand what Britain and France did and its impact on the political system it is essential to go back to the situation before World War I. Britain and France during the war, decided to partition the Arab world and make the various provinces into countries. They did this through the "Mandate" system created after World War I by the League of Nations, which Britain and France controlled. Initially the area was broken into three Mandates: Palestine under Britain, Mesopotamia...
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Political Science- Middle Eastern Politics
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...Eastern Politics The Iraq War was a traumatic experience for both the United s and Iraq. It engendered many controversies, led to the deaths of tens of thousands, and changed Iraq forever. The jury remains out on whether the mission has been a success or not, but a more pressing question is on the minds of Washington policymakers these days. As a deadline approaches at the end of the year to remove American combat forces from Iraq, what should the United States do? Iraq may not be stable enough to defend itself or clamp down on insurgents looking to make trouble. If Baghdad asks for help beyond 2011, what is the best course of action? There are two main answers... Political Science- Middle Eastern...
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Near Eastern and Egyptian Art
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...Eastern and Egyptian Art The cultures of early Israelites and the ancient Egyptians may not seem to have any similarities with each other. Forone thing, the Egyptians have much more tangible surviving legacies, such as the ruins of their ancient temples, and as for the early Israelites, their ancient holy books or scriptures were one of the few things that were able to remain intact up to this date. However, upon closer inspection of each group there are certain characteristics that have similarities, such as those in the social and political context. Such similarities can be attributed to the bureaucratic society present in both civilizations, as well as their values focusing on the family... Near...
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Cultural difference between the eastern and western
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...eastern cultures tend to differ greatly on many aspects, although some commonalities can be found. This paper briefly highlights some of the major cultural differences between the east and the west. The first distinguishing element is family and community. The Eastern culture puts great emphasis on family unity and community. For such cultures, it is not uncommon to have... Lecturer Essay # Cultural differences between the east and the west Members of a given society tend to behave and act in a particular way that distinguishes them from other societies. Such cultural differences have a great influence on how people think and act, and how they view the world in general. For this reason, western and...
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Dragons in Western and Eastern Cultures
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...Eastern Cultures Dragon is one of the most sophisticated, complex, and ancient mythological creatures. History of dragons goes as far as history of written language itself because they appear in early Sumerians mythology. Dragons are traditionally described as lizards or other reptile-like creatures with huge pterodactyl-like wings possessing mystical or magical, supernatural abilities. The difference between oriental and western, especially medieval dragons is crucial. On the one hand, in European mythology and in Christian tradition dragons are always evil, violent, greedy, and fearful creatures that abduct princesses, kill brave warriors and knights, and destroy villages... Dragons in Western and...
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Eastern Cape Education rot goes deep
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...Eastern Cape Education Department Table of Contents Introduction 3 Answer Appropriate Corporate Strategy 4 Answer 2: Implementation of the Above Mentioned Strategies 6 Answer 3: Types of Strategic Control and their Implementation 8 Conclusion 10 Reference list 11 Introduction The case study deals with the recent problems in the Eastern Cape education department. The national government has assessed the operations of the state of education and has found out a series of problems within the department. The national government was concerned about various problems which were: a) terminating the provisional educators’ contract, b) suspending the scholar transport, c) problems related... ? Case Study Analysis:...
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Women in Photojournalism Middle Eastern Women
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...Eastern Women When researching women of Middle Eastern origin who work as photojournalists, one quickly discovers that there are few such women. However, two names are found; Rula Halawani and Zahra Kazemi, both accomplished photojournalists. If it is comparison and contrast that one is hoping to accomplish through research on the subject of Middle Eastern women in photojournalism, these two women alone are powerful enough to provide the context within which to accomplish the task. They represent a shared profession, but distinct and separate goals; distinct and separate experiences in pursuit of their journalistic goals. Rula Halawani, a Palestinian born in 1962... Women in Photojournalism Middle...
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Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism
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...Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism If Jesus and Martin Luther were time-warped to the present, they would probably each have an adequate amount of commentary regarding each of the major forms of Christianity. The possible thoughts of Jesus and Martin Luther, respectively, follow-with regards to each of the three branches of Christianity-on Protestantism, Catholicism, and Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Jesus would most likely argue that Protestantism is the most rugged form of Christianity, in the sense that it mainly relies on Congregationalist, Calvinist principles. This is meaning that-by "Congregationalist"-most Protestant... The Reactions of Jesus and Martin Luther: On Roman Catholicism, Eastern ...
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Comparison of eastern philosphies confucianism and daoism
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...EASTERN PHILOSPHIES - CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM Confucianism Confucianism emphasizes conversion of knowledge and cultivating attitudes with ethical self reflection through principled practices to ensure correct moral conduct. This is also said to develop appropriate social values. Confucian followers are concerned with the happenings in the World and the spirit of concern is central to the philosophy. There is great emphasis on self cultivation in Confucianism leading to ultimate development and salvation in the Western sense. It is a very practical philosophy wherein abstract knowledge is required to be accompanied by reflection and then adopted as normal behavior. This is achieved... COMPARISON OF...
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Eastern influence in western design/art
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...Eastern Culture prompted the most notable impact on Western culture. This paper will examine the magnitude to which Japanese culture influenced Western design and art. Eastern Culture and Western Culture Several cultural, designs, religious, technological and artistic features of countries such as Japan, China, Korea, Thailand, Pakistan, and India have influenced the West largely. The interactions between the West and the East from ancient times have led to a great deal of information exchange... Japanese Influence in Western Design and Art Introduction Western culture refers to a collection of beliefs, social norms, principles, art, politics and technology that have that have their beginning in...
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Common Elements of Eastern Religious Traditions
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...Eastern Religious Traditions Eastern religions are a group of family religions inhabiting in Asia. These religions comprise a number of cults beside the animistic religions that exist among Asian people. Eastern religions habitually unify philosophy and religious practice into one thing unlike Western religion that emphasize on religious practices only. Cohorts of the Eastern religions are unusually many, and well dispersed all over the world. Some of them are Hindu, Buddhism, and Confucius. Buddhists, Hindus, and Confucius to some extent share some characteristics, for instance, they all originated in early years Before Christ and diffused rapidly across the world. Hindus... Common Elements of Eastern...
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Assignment on Eastern and Western Europe
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...Eastern Europe were greatly affected by the Second World War. The Russian retreat and then advance had left the area deva d because of the battles with the Germans. Then, after the separation and as the Cold War began after the war, the effects were still felt. Unease between the two sides of the Cold War after WWII increased at a number of key interstices in the years after the war, “and were prompted on the one hand by the USSRs military suppression of anticommunist revolutions – the East German revolt in 1953, the Hungarian uprising in 1956, and the revolt known as the Prague Spring in Czechoslovakia in 1968” (Europe, 2009). Due to the second World War, the so called Iron... EURO Central and...
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Religious News Item Assignment #1, Eastern Religions *
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...Eastern Religions News Item Taoism, Hinduism, Shinto, Confucianism, and Buddhism are the greatest Eastern Religions in the world. Ideally, Eastern religions emanate from the Eastern world, which entails India, Japan, China, and other countries in Asia. These religions adopt distinct cults and traditions, which include animistic, Indian, and East Asian religious traditions. As such, they are different from Western religions like Christianity. The followers of Eastern religions are unique in that they integrate religion and philosophical ideals as they practice religion across the globe. Indeed, we can trace...
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