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What is Liberal Democracy Historical view of the Liberal Democracy Theory
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...Historical view of the Liberal Democracy Theory The basis of liberal democracy dates back to the Enlightenment era during the earlier 18th century. The facade of equality that contributed to the rise of liberal democratic theory was a result of the capitalism... ? What is Liberal Democracy? Lecturer: What is Liberal Democracy? Introduction Liberal democracy is a form of representative democracy whereby the elected representatives hold power, but they are limited by a constitution, which emphasizes on equality, rights of minorities and protection of individual liberty in a democratic state. 1Liberal democracy is distinguished by fair competitive voting among diverse political groups, a power partition in...
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Historical Documentary of Civil War
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...historical documentary. 3. Gettysburg Stories of Valor - CIVIL WAR MINUTESTM III as the picture of American history. 4. The Last Days of the Civil War as a historical view on the Civil War. 5. Conclusion. 1. There are many documentaries and other films which are dedicated to such significant period of American history as the Civil War. That historical period was very important for American people and nation as the time of birth, becoming and rough political and economical development of the United States. The political and social changes and transformations took place during the Civil... The Civil War of Ken Burns Table of contents Introduction. 2. The Civil War of Ken Burns as a significant example of...
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Historical Musicology
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...Historical Musicology", p.137). From this view, it is comprehensible that history is about a story to tell, an illustration of the past supported by historical truth like the lyrics but simply not a collection and storage of these raw data. To tell a full story out of the musical notes and lyrics, interpretation is necessary. In such a way, that we understand the music and enjoy it. The meaning of the song, how the notes in the song are played, how the song is sung - all these elements are a significant part of historical musicology to be able to recount complete history of Mozart composition, which is subject to interpretation... Sur Historical Musicology: Is it Still Possible Musicology from my...
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Historical Context
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...Historical Context The paintings of French artist Claude Gellee and Dutch artist Aelbert Cuyp reflect the form and style of Baroque period artistry. Baroque artworks could be defined as flamboyant or extravagant with bright colors that reflect the grandeur of the era itself. In its historical context, the Baroque artworks portrayed what many historians viewed as the golden age of Imperial Europe. Imperial Absolutism was the foremost political, social and cultural face in this era of European civilization, as well as the formation of early modern forms of republic-states. This also carried over the religious motifs from the Medieval Age. Gellee’s painting titled “Large Landscape” reflects... Art...
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Historical Writing
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...Historical Writing 29 April 2006 In an attempt to formulate the actual and most effective of unique events, endless ideas and arguments try to portray the natural picture based on the writer's point of view. Anchored on recorded past events that has created a tangible element of mystique, history has been a major part of defining national identity and creating feelings of patriotic nationalism. The egalitarian values in man, creates a sense of interest in the interpretation of actual events recorded through facts and figures in preserved writing. Unlike creative writing, history struggle for complete objectivity in relating the actual happening. More importantly... Yvonne Marie Leyson Academia-Research...
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Historical Philosophy
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...historical philosophers namely Hobbes, Paine and Plato. I briefly discuss the political theories each of these philosophers have written throughout history and try to link these political theories with contemporary theories and politics. Although one might argue that some elements of these theoretical concepts are obsolete, I attempt to link some of the elements to contemporary politics. I start with the political theory that Hobbes has written in 1651 in his... masterpiece Leviathan in which I identify three basic assumptions that Hobbes uses for his political theory. I continue with the theory of Paine that is based on his work the Right of Man where Paine analysis society and government...
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Historical Genesis
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...historical reading of the Pentateuch cannot show us a complete picture of the ancient world. However, it can help us better understand its authors, including their views on God, the views on the rest of the world, and their understanding of how the universe worked. The ancient Israelites saw themselves as God's chosen people, doing God's bidding, with the certainty that they would remain so provided they follow a certain code of righteousness. The story of Noah illustrates this beautifully.... Your Number 3 May 2007 Historical Genesis Believers in the Judeo-Christian creation story have long sought physical evidence of its ancient inspiration. Even today, many people are convinced that they can pinpoint ...
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Historical Fiction
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...historical significance in which the view point of an eleven year old girl is the main narrative of the story. The scenes are complete with dialogues and thoughts reflecting the social condition to a great extent. Characters are well designed and presented to reflect the complex nature of every human being. Kirkus Reviews A flight from New York to Oakland, Calif., to spend the summer of 1968 with the mother who abandoned Delphine and her two sisters was the easy part. Once there, the negative things their grandmother had said about their mother, Cecile, seem true: She is uninterested in her daughters and secretive about her work and the mysterious men in black berets who visit... Annotated Bilbiography...
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Historical essay
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...historical account of aspects that surround human life like corruption, crime, justice and the struggle to deliver humans from this bondage through heroic actions... Insert Apollo 13 Apollo 13 movie is a movie of heroes. Apollo 13 movie begins when astronaut Jim Lovell hosts a party at his home. The party was full of friends, and they all sat down calmly to watch a movie where nail Armstrong steps on the moon, it was named “Armstrong on the moon”. This was during the Apollo 11. I realized that immediately after the party, Lovell was fixated with going to the moon and walk on its surface as Armstrong. Outside his house, he watches the moon with much enthusiasm. The text chapters reveal much about the...
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...Historical Significance of Important Events Michel Montaige Identification: He was an influential in France in the 1500s. He had the ability to blend serious national matters with normal every-day analogies that made him present issues of national importance to ordinary citizens and through that, could question events related to the oppression of the French ruling class over the commoners. Significance: His writings questioned the absolute powers of the French monarchy and ruling elite. He presented his matters skeptically in a way that made sense. His quotes and concepts were important tools that were used in the French Revolution two hundred years after his death. Defenestration... Identification and...
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Historical Research Method
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...view into organizational culture, existing trends, and future probabilities. The historical research method applies to all study fields because it covers their origins, development, theories, crisis, and personalities (Golder, 2011). Both qualitative and quantitative variables can be utilized in the collection of historical data. The historical research method comprises the guidelines and techniques by which researchers use primary, secondary, and other sources to research and document history. There is an increasing need for a historical perspective in business and business management. It is anticipated that a “historic turn” might aid the study of business less deterministic... Historical Research...
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...Historical Accounts Carnegie agrees on the facts that building a public is one betteridea than giving charity in the direction of the weak since giving charity to the poor is a waste of money. When one lives on handouts daily he/she will never have an idea of how hard it is to get money for food, clothing and shelter that are the necessities. He/she will never learn to use his brain nor the talent because of charity. Carnegie says the best means of benefiting the community is to place within their reach the ladders upon which the aspiring can rise. Which according to him includes; free libraries, amenities like parks and recreation facilities by which men are helped in body and mind. Works... Insert...
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What shapes historical development
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...historical context. Moreover, it is through knowledge that men examine themselves as sensible individuals and learn of power and conquest for which economy and politics matter in further structuring the norms of ethics and moral law within a society. When nations march for war against one another, this event would undoubtedly mark a point of development as history exhibits how ideals differ depending on the political and economic position of a country involved compared to the rest. Consequently, the similarities and dissimilarities in beliefs or views of men identify what a nation, culture, or average... What shapes historical development? Through the ages, human beings and their constant instinctfor...
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Historical Definition of Globalization
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...Historical Definition of Globalization Historical Definition of Globalization On a general globalization as a phenomenon has been recognized as having a rapid effect on lives all around the globe. However, most scholars differ on the absolute definition of globalization and its origin. This paper argues for the importance of defining globalization widely, including political, biological, cultural, and social interactions and the obvious economic interactions, in the view of tracing its historical development. Most scholars have examined globalization from outside-in. However, there is need to review the concepts of globalization from inside-out as every local community has been affected... by...
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American Historical Association
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...Historical Association holds the notion that history in general is a process that goes on forever. The association holds that almost every person tries to understand their different past in a view of understanding its real meaning. History clearly explains the diversity that exists between human beings (Velasquez, 2014). From the historical explanation of things, it is possible for an individual to understand the differences existing on earth such as cultural practices and different ideas. The diversity of people makes them want to study history, as it would help them understand certain predicaments. History is mainly important to those individuals who want to find out the meaning...  The American...
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Historical Research Method
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...view into organizational culture, existing trends, and future probabilities. The historical research method applies to all study fields because it covers their origins, development, theories, crisis, and personalities (Golder, 2011). Both qualitative and quantitative variables can be utilized in the collection of historical data. The historical research method comprises the guidelines and techniques by which researchers use primary, secondary, and other sources to research and document history. There is an increasing need for a historical perspective in business and business management. It is anticipated that a “historic turn” might aid the study... ?Historical Research Method Historical Research Method...
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Cultural/Historical Analysis
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...Historical Analysis CRITICAL REVIEW: CULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS Samuel P. Huntington, in his epoch making literary work, ‘The Clash of Civilizations’ has reflected that people’s culture and religious individualities act as the principal sources of conflicts amidst the post-cold world war era. His literary work ‘The Clash of Civilizations’ demonstrates the differentiated perspectives that integrate the cultural, political and economic along with the historical analysis prevailing within that era. In this literary work, the author made a very argumentative claim, which states about the context of western and the other major civilizations termed as the ‘Clash... that the...
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What Is An Historical Fact
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...historic fact as one possessing a datum of experience, and having dissimilarities from conclusions. Historian’s view facts availed to them from materials such as documents. Carr equates them to “fish on the fish mongers chunk” in order to draw the meaning of historical facts to concerned individuals (Carr 8). It is the accountability of the historian to filter and transform facts to anything that is pleasant to him. Interpretation of facts requires sound approach including freedom when choosing opinion and how to portray... What is an historical fact? A historical fact refers to a sequential account entailing past events based on a substantialfoundation. Although history tends to expose past events,...
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Historical Rhetorical Comparison Essay
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...Historical Ad Coverage to Rhetorical Tropes over Time: The Kraft “Miracle Whip” Campaign Introduction In all honesty, finding a product that has changed over time is more difficult than it sounds, because, for the most part, advertisers have stuck with the same thematic and visual compositions since their inception. Because it works. It seems rare to find a logo or even a major font change in current product placement ads unless they have to do with clothing, social life, or products of intoxication. Minor changes have been made, to be sure, but in an analysis such as this; finding a product that varied, at least to some significant degree, seemed of the utmost importance... Comparing and Contrasting...
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Whiteness in Historical Research
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...historical, economic or social conditions of the time when it was called into being. Such view was dominant in the European and American context for ages, and only the latest scholarly research in the field of whiteness took serious efforts to disprove this erroneous stereotype by contextualising the racialised image of whiteness in a specific historic-cultural context. Such approach vividly demonstrates the problems associated with homogenised concepts of whiteness (Pgliese, 2002). Although there is no independent discipline exploring the psychological effects of whiteness, the existing body of psychological knowledge, both theoretical...
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Historical Novel: Burr
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...historical details in Vidal’s Burr is not the typical history which is most presented in the academe (Riggenbach 2009, 50) but an “alternative American narrative” wherein the Founding Fathers are viewed rather differently from the way majority of readers are familiar with. Rather than being a symbol of American public virtue and American democracy and equality, Burr presents a view of America’s colonial era from a unique and contrary viewpoint, and a devastating analysis of America’s first founders. For instance, Burr describes George Washington’s conviction in a strong central government mainly to guard his... ? BURR, BY GORE VIDAL Burr, by Gore Vidal Burr, the first novel in Gore Vidal’s seven-novel...
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Cultural/Historical Analysis
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...Historical Analysis THESIS MENT The essay intends to analyze and interrogate the cultural along with historical contexts in time when three of the most prominent literary works i.e. a book i.e. ‘The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility For 9/11’ by Dinesh D’Souza, a movie i.e. ‘America the Beautiful’ by Darryl Roberts and a collection of short essays i.e. ‘What We Are Fighting For: A Radical Collective Manifesto’ were produced. CULTURAL/HISTORICAL CONTEXT IN TIME WHEN “THE ENEMY AT HOME: THE CULTURAL LEFT AND ITS RESPONSIBILITY FOR 9/11” WAS PRODUCED “The Enemy At Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11” is a book written by Dinesh D’Souza. It essentially... ?Cultural/Hi...
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Homeland Security: Historical trends
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...Historical trends Introduction The terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001 were a major catalyst in highlighting the importanceof homeland security, signifying the need to strengthen internal defenses against all possible threats. The ‘Department of Homeland Security’ (DHS) was carved out as a result of this incident and is now the third largest department under the office of the President of the United States (Sauter, 2005). The need for credible defense of the homeland is not a new or recent phenomenon. In fact, the issue has been at the center stage of US government policy since the foundation of the republic. The next section describes some of the issues, events and factors... ?Homeland Security:...
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Tests and Measurement- Influence of Historical Events
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...Historical Events Assignment Historical event Standardized Achievement Tests These refer to the tests that which professionals have developed to put students in a uniform situation by eliminating the possibility of favoritism. The examiners compose, administer, and score the test for all the people taking the exam. The tests are of the same level though some questions may differ. They cover extensive material to assess performance of students according to the given instruction (Anastasi and Urbina, 2009). In 1900s, the French government requested Alfred to determine the students who would experience difficulty in schools. Since the government has made laws that all... Tests and Measurement- Influence of...
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Historical religon art
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...viewed as the gateway to heaven thus prompting religious leaders to not only result to pulpit preaching but also apply various medium of arts to spread the gospel. This includes drawings, music, and graffiti among other forms of visual and audio arts. The use of visual arts attracts more attention and disseminates information in a humorous manner. For example, the use of visual arts in books reduces boredom arising from too much writings, not to mention that it’s easy to remember. This paper therefore provides an understanding on how faith, worship and theological ideas are represented through... in their churches raising the question of idolatry. This therefore puts limitations to the way in...
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Historical document analysis
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...view him and his actions, and was conscious of the pragmatic demands of his office. This led to his criticism of the financial system, such as the fact that the “new economic order” had failed its “social contract,” to be somewhat muted – simply arguing that everyone had the right to a “comfortable living,” without indicating how he would ensure this (167). Roosevelt’s policy and speeches... Analysis of New Deal Texts There are many ways in which the era of the new deal was very similar to the era we live in now: America was attempting to recover from the greatest financial collapse of living memory, the lifestyle of the average American was much worse than it had been a few years before, and there...
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...Historical and theoretical perspectives on teaching reading of due: Reading entails decoding andcomprehension. One must be able to know how to read (decode) and understand what they are reading (comprehend) for one to say that they have read a book. Reading is an essential facade of learning, and it is one of the two chief indicators of literacy i.e. reading and writing. After the issuing of mandates that encourage a cognitive view of reading, there have been many changes in reading instruction and materials in schools to accommodate the changes. The cognitive reading approach enables children to read by first learning letter names, consonants and vowel sounds and later apply this knowledge... and...
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...viewed as the gateway to heaven thus prompting religious leaders to not only result to pulpit preaching but also apply various medium of arts to spread the gospel. This includes drawings, music, and graffiti among other forms of visual and audio arts. The use of visual arts attracts more attention and disseminates information in a humorous manner. For example, the use of visual arts in books reduces boredom arising from too much writings, not to mention that it’s easy to remember. This paper therefore provides an understanding on how faith, worship and theological ideas are represented through... in their churches raising the question of idolatry. This therefore puts limitations to the way in...
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Plato's View of Immortality
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...historical beliefs of the concept of immortality, we now look at Plato’s views of the same. Plato was a renowned scholar of ancient Greece and made enormous informed contributions to the different disciplines including... Plato’s view of immortality Immortality can be defined as the continued existence of a living thing. The Catholics define it as the doctrine that the soul of a human being will survive after death and will continue to live. Immortality can thus be said to be the continued survival of the human soul after death. Throughout time, different views and beliefs have emerged about the concept of death, immortality and the afterlife. The belief of life after death or an afterlife is universal. ...
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The Irish Historical Background
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...historical build up of Ireland from the Period of the Plantation and Penal Law through the Protestant Ascendancy to the Acts of Union. Though she had no platform to publicly air her views as a renowned politician, she did a lot to lay her perspective bare through her writing and personal life. At home on 22 May 1849 after brief complains of heart pains, Maria... THE IRISH HISTORICAL BACKGROUND SEEN THROUGH THE PERSPECTIVE OF MARIA EDGEWORTH Background of Maria Edgeworth as a Social and Public Personality Born on the first day of the first month of 1786, Maria Edgeworth was an important social figure of Ireland in her generation. Though not an illustrious political figure as her father was, Maria Edgewor...
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History, Point of View, Interpretation
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...View of Historians History is the written and oral account of everything that hashappened to man including the changes which has affected his social and political circumstances. The American Historical Association wrote that the study of history “is essential to individuals and to society, and because it harbors beauty…there are many different historical talents and many different paths to historical meaning. All definitions of historys utility, however, rely on two fundamental facts.” These are to “understand people and society’ and “understand change and how the society we live in came to be”. 1 History is normally viewed as just a written narrative of past... The Study of History: From the Point of...
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Historical Musicology: Is it Still Possible
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...Historical Musicology”, p.137). From this view, it is comprehensible that history is about a story to tell, an illustration of the past supported by historical truth like the lyrics but simply not a collection and storage of these raw data. To tell a full story out of the musical notes and lyrics, interpretation is necessary. In such a way, that we understand the music and enjoy it. The meaning of the song, how the notes in the song are played, how the song is sung – all these elements are a significant part of historical musicology to be able to recount complete history of Mozart composition, which is subject to interpretation. History... Sur Historical Musicology: Is it Still Possible? Musicology from...
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Points of View
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...view. Some say that the changes are occurring naturally while other blames the activities of man entirely. I believe that even though there are natural causes that directly takes the blame when it comes to global warming, the human person takes the greatest responsibility (Weart, 2003). If a man would have more cautious and responsible, then the world would have been a better place. The urge for comfortable living is the cause of the drastic environmental and climate changes we witness today. If only we... Climate Change Climate Change Climate change has been a center of the argument for an extended period. The primary cause of the changes that are being experienced in the world today gets a different...
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...Historical English paper One of the several areas of study that has experienced diversity and flexibility in its structure is English language. For instance, the renaissance English is quite different from the current language spoken in countries such as the UK, US or Canada. One of the areas of English that has experienced many changes is the structure and types of pronouns used in reference to the first, second and third persons. This essay will look into a succinct analysis of the play, The Country Wife by William Wycherley. The play consists of several instances of proform. The following table lists the proform used in the play and other analyses related to them: The Country Wife 1675... Task:...
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Historical Development of Policing
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...Historical Development of Policing Policing is one of the noblest capacities in the public eye. Notwithstanding crime battling, the police are relied upon to help the individuals who are debilitated, harmed, lost, mishandled, rationally sick, or deserted. In some prior times of history, police added to a negative picture by collaborating with harsh governments. American policing grew along lines generally like those of the London police. Most major U.S. urban areas had built up metropolitan police offices by the Civil War (Wilkinson, 2010). These divisions embraced a paramilitary structure, and the officers wore particular blue garbs and strolled relegated beats. American...
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Marx's historical theory
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...view, class struggles form the basis of human history. Marx perceives that the history of human unfolds in a teleological order, unfolding in distinct historical and subsequent stages. These stages, however, ultimately result to a utopian endpoint, which marks the end of history. According to Marx, we may be able to forecast these changes using scientific laws because they govern the progress of history... Marx’s Theory of History Introduction In the groundbreaking book ,The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels begin with the assertion that class struggles are integral in defining the existing society. This forms the basis of understanding Marx’s concept of history. According to Marx, the ...
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...Historical English paper One of the several areas of study that has experienced diversity and flexibility in its structure is English language. For instance, the renaissance English is quite different from the current language spoken in countries such as the UK, US or Canada. One of the areas of English that has experienced many changes is the structure and types of pronouns used in reference to the first, second and third persons. This essay will look into a succinct analysis of the play, The Country Wife by William Wycherley. The play consists of several instances of proform. The following table lists the proform used in the play and other analyses related to them: The Country Wife 1675... Task:...
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Historical Linguistics or Diachronic Linguistics
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...Historical Linguistics or Diachronic Linguistics Introduction Many scholars and people interested in language study have established that, though trivial, language changes with time. This could be as well referred to as language evolution. Some people still think language could remain unchanged over time just like other human institutions such as those of taboos and rules or of civilization have been perceived to be. Some of the things that have been pointed out by these non-evolutionist thinkers are nonverbal signals that have been applied in communication over time such as smile value and the Morse code (Collingwood 325). However, scholars of language evolution have...
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English Contemporary Historical Fictions
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...historical novel written by one of Britain’s most spellbinding and innovative writers which is set against the backdrop of the dramatic period of Renaissance during which art, music, dance and literature flourished throughout the country. The story centers on Alessandra Cecchi, the protagonist who is a young girl, barely fifteen years of age. Alessandra’s father is a wealthy cloth merchant who is very religious but whose thinking is quite ancient. During the Renaissance period, most of the people had a great interest in music, art and literature and hence it was no wonder that Alessandra’s father too, took a great interest in getting the walls of the beautiful chapel... English Contemporary Fiction Order ...
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Historical Museum Marketing Plan
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...Historical Museum: Marketing Plan YOUR FULL THE OF YOUR OR SCHOOL Larissa Ethnographical and Historical Museum: Marketing Plan I have been retained by the directors of Larissa Ethnographical and Historical Museum (LEHM) to evaluate the company's current position relative to its community and target market. Over the past 30 days I have collected general company information, surveyed the marketing environment, and applied standard market plan procedures to those observations. I have compiled and analyzed the company's operational information based on the statistics supplied by management. Utilizing that data, I have formed a marketing plan which includes the foundational... Larissa Ethnographical and...
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...Historical Linguistics or Diachronic Linguistics Introduction Many scholars and people interested in language study have established that, though trivial, language changes with time. This could be as well referred to as language evolution. Some people still think language could remain unchanged over time just like other human institutions such as those of taboos and rules or of civilization have been perceived to be. Some of the things that have been pointed out by these non-evolutionist thinkers are nonverbal signals that have been applied in communication over time such as smile value and the Morse code (Collingwood 325). However, scholars of language evolution have provided evidence... ...
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Historical events of the US
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...View of the United States.'The Historical Journal 48.1 (1999): 261-276. Web.... Question 1 By theyear 1890, the US hadbecomethemostproductiveeconomy in theworld. Theindustries within America produceddoubletheamount of output that UK produced. However, the US had not empowered itself securitywise, neitherwasit a greatdiplomaticpower. Ithadless than 40,000 militarymen, with 10,000 of them serving in theNavy (Sexton 265). Conversely, Britain hadalmost five timesthenumber of Army thatthe US had. Part of thereasonthe US did not empower itself in thatsector is becauseitfacednodirectmilitarythreat from theneighboringstates. In thelate 19th century, thenotionthatthe US had a uniquemission to support "backward" n...
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Historical Approach of Mary Shelley
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...historical point of view, but these people overlook the fact that the 18th and 19th centuries are the time of intensive scientific development and industrial revolution. Furthermore, many of their attributes are reflected in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. This essay will argue that it is possible to consider Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in historical approach. In addition to that, style and subject matter of the work, as well as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein historical context will be discussed. B. Mary... Historical Approach of Mary Shelley Table of contents Mary Shelley's Frankenstein A. Introduction B. Historical approach and matter of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein C. Style discussion D. Conclusion 2. Rudya...
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Scientific Revolutions: A Historical Perspective
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...Historical Perspective By Scientific Revolutions: A Historical Perspective Francis Bacon’s Views on “the past”concerning Science, Metaphysics, and the World of Learning Francis Bacon was quite critical of the history of science from antiquity up to the medieval era. In his book Novum Organum, Bacon presented his new and novel method of science, a method that was quite distinct from the medieval scholastic method of learning. In this book, Bacon criticised Aristotle, who is the epitome of the antiquity learning methods, for using the wrong scientific methods in his inquiry on truth (Lindbergh, 1999). Bacon was of the view that that the antiquity Aristotelian scientific method... Scientific Revolutions: A...
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...Historical Development of Nursing Hippocrates first theorized the practice of health care in the fifth century B.C. During the Middle Ages Catholic monks practiced early forms of nursing through caring for the sick and ill of Europe. During the 17th century nursing developed and increasingly became associated with the downtrodden members of society, such as prostitutes. Nurses during this period gained a poor reputation and were generally regarded as unreliable. It wasn’t until Florence Nightingale in the 19th century that nursing began to take on the shape of its contemporary form. This essay considers the historical development of nursing from the time...
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Marxist view on globalisation
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...historically unprecedented. From their point of view, a state and a society in all corners of the earth meet radical changes as try to adapt to more associated, but to rather changeable world (Giddens, 1990, Giddens & Hutton, 2000; Rosenau, 1997). World economic and social development passed under the strong influence of liberal political ideology. For today liberalism is one of leading ideologies in the world. Concepts of personal freedom, self-respect, a freedom of speech, general human rights, religious tolerance, inviolability of private life, a private property, the free market, equality... Nowadays one can hardly find more topical and debatable theme than globalization. Dozens of conferences and...
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Modernism World View
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...View Postmodernism can be described as a set of critical, strategic and rhetorical practices employing concepts such as difference, repetition, the trace, the simulacrum, and hyper reality to destabilize other concepts such as presence, identity, historical progress, epistemic certainty, and the univocity of meaning. The term “postmodern” came into the philosophical lexicon with the publication of Jean-François Lyotards La Condition Postmoderne in 1979.[1] To characterize postmodernism, we must look briefly at what existed before it: modernism. "Modern" was once used liberally as an adjective to describe many things -from the latest kitchen gadget to a style of art... Postmodernism – World View...
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Paul Johnson's View on Renaissance
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...View on Renaissance Introduction Human civilization is marked by incidents captivated in the pages of historical documents as they bear the complete transition of art, culture, literature and society. Renaissance is one such event in the history of human civilisation that marks a complete metamorphosis of the society. Therefore, an in-depth study and myriad perspective presented by the authors and historians across the world would open a new vista of thought-process pertaining to the movement that not only enlighten the minds of the readers but also help to understand the struggle and glory of the yesteryears. The Renaissance: A Short History - Trajectory of the By-gone Days Paul... ?Paul Johnson’s View...
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Police studies
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...historical view of police is that of law enforcement officers who are responsible for preventing the law from being broken and apprehending those who have been caught in crime (Hess, Orthmann, & Cho 3). However, this has changed and the police have been given various roles in modern society all in the effort of creating a peaceful environment. There are various police operations as will be discussed in this paper. Patrol-Simply having the presence of police in the streets has the effect of reducing crime, and this is catered for in the patrol operations of the police. Routine patrols operations can either be done by police walking around or in patrol cars around areas... Police Operations The historical ...
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Role of Individuals in Historical Thought
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...Historical Thought Role of Individuals in Historical Thought [Institute’s Role of Individuals in Historical Thought Introduction The incomparability of the associations and arguments between social forces in finding out the course of history is among the basic suppositions of historical materialism. An individual creates history through his struggle, determination and motivation, and the better is societal development the bigger the control of the individual on society. With the progress of history, the intensifying and expansion of historical efforts, and the advancement of ‘science, technology and society’ a great number individuals take part in historical... ?Running Head: Role of Individuals in...
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