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The Independence Movements of Nigeria and Algeria
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...INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENTS OF NIGERIA AND ALGERIA The Independence Movements of Nigeria and Algeria Insert Insert Insert Instructor’s Name 14 OCTOBER 2011 Outline Introduction The first phase (1880s to 1900s) The second phase (1900 to 1930s) The third phase (mid-1930s to the 1940s) The fourth phase (mid 1940s to early 1950s) The final phase (1950s to 1960 independence) The Independence Movements of Algeria 1830 to 1900s 1920s to 1954 1954-1962: The Algerian War References The Independence Movements of Nigeria and Algeria Introduction: The political independence movements of Nigeria Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation was formally colonized in 1900 with the proclamation of the two... ?Running head: THE...
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Burmese Nationalist Movements: The Struggle towards Full Independence
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...Movements: The Struggle towards Full Independence Introduction In Burma, several distinctive forces particular to the nation andfunctioning all over the period prior to 1942 considerably influenced the development path of the nationalist movements. One of these leading forces was the mass of ethnic groups. Main traditional ethnic groups in the country, in terms of population size, are the Kachin, the Shan, the Karen, the Arakanese, the Mon, and the Burmans; and, those ‘recent’ ethnic groups include the Chinese and the Indians (Tarling 1992, 284). This ethnic diversity has been an adverse element in the history of Burma, contributing to political division and creating a lasting... ?Burmese Nationalist...
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Nationalist Movements
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...Movements Nationalist Movements, Comparison & Contrast Essay on the Northern Ireland and Israeli-Palestinian Conflicts In most part of human history, there have been attempts for liberation and search for establishment of political independence for a national people. This scenario was and is still evident especially in regions and nations that were or are under some form of control by others such as under colonization. At the centre of attempts for liberation and establishment of political independence for a national people have been nationalist movements. Gerard and Krishan (2006) define nationalist movement as a group of people that is organized around a particular issue or a set... ? Nationalist...
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How Experience of Colonialism Affected Latin American Development And Post-independence
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...independence (Glade, 1986, 16). Independence The 18th century and19th century movements of independence were inspired by the economic exploitation and the revolutions... How experience of colonialism affected Latin American development and post-independence Introduction The Europeans (Spain and Portugal) established colonies in Latin America in the 16th and 17th centuries and starting funding their own countries economic development through exploiting raw materials in the colonies (Gunder-Frank, 1966, p 20). The Colonial period lasted between 1492-1810 and contributed to shaping the modern Latin American economic, social and political environment. Colonial powers engaged in shipment of raw materials...
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History
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...independence on Europeans. With the passage of time, the patriotic elements (political activists, journalists, educated personnel etc.) in colonies realized their slavery and real dependence on these foreign intruders; therefore, they started creating awareness among masses about liberty and nationalism, which later led to independence movements and civil wars in colonies. Answer 2 First, there is dire need to clarify the meaning of this terminology ‘sizable... ?Answer Indeed, European policy-makers formulated and implemented various political strategies and economic policies for control on trade and civilgovernment authorities across their colonies, thereby making the nations weaker and enhancing their...
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Transnational Movements and Ideologies
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...movements and the proliferation of related ideologies in the country. The extent of radicalisation, organisation, and funding of the transnational movements may see calls for independence. This is especially so with political groups that set up military organisation to assert their control over a region. As such, the affected country is faced with calls for cessation and recognition of independence of the region... Transnational Movements and Ideologies Islamism has evolved from a traditional theological front to emerge as an important political force among its strongholds. As such, its ideology has become primarily political compelled by a vision of the ideal society and seeking to seize control of...
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Social Movements. The difference between 'old' and 'new' social movements
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...movement becomes the source of prejudice or exclusion but also for mobilization (Pichardo, 1997, 412). D’Emilio (1983), for instance, attributes the appearance of a ‘gay/lesbian’ identity to the industrialization and urbanization developments that facilitated an independent personal life. Homosexuals have been existent all the time and, certainly, have frequently been intensely reprimanded or rebuked, as stressed by D’Emilio (1983), but it was just... ?Running Head: Social Movements Distinguishing the ‘New’ from the ‘Old’ Social Movements Introduction Social movements, as a mechanism of change embodying a specific perspective of social problems, involve the participation “of large numbers of people who...
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Power and social movements
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...Movement, 2006). Over the past few decades, several factors such as education, which have encouraged wider dissemination of literature, the increased mobility of labour due to the industrialisation and urbanisation of 19th century societies, the freedom of expression, and relative economic independence prevalent in the modern... Power and Social Movements Social movements can be described as an organised, collective attempt to further common interest through collaborative action normally, outside the sphere of established institutions. It is always therefore a type of group action; large informal groupings of individuals and/or organizations focused on specific political or social issues, in other...
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American War of Independence
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...movement that culminated into the American war of independence. A social movement is one that is punctuated with a highly idealistic environment with realistic parameters that set the stage for immediate results and emergence of future trends that will go onto dominate... THE AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE Nationalism is that phenomenon which stems from complete loyalty and love for one's nation. Under the influence of nationalism, a citizen forms his personal sense of identity in context of the broad characterization of the nation. This consequently leads to mass identity along the same lines when like minded persons get together - a phenomenon better described as national identity. Reversibly, the...
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Declaration of Independence
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...Independence" connects with Susan B Anthony's "Women's rights to vote"? And How it connects to human rights (27.10.11)Human rights are the rights that people have for the simple reason that they are human beings. Although the term became more common only during the twentieth century, the concept of human rights is known to have been used in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Europe. At the same time the idea of human rights is not existent in all societies and advanced civilizations. But rights cannot be considered to be the same as sets of behaviors that can be punished or required to be necessarily implemented by law or that can be unfair to people... and reject a government...
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History of Perus Independence
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...independent state, Peru. The first independent constitution was formed during the early 1800’s when the Spanish empire lost in the war. Spanish empire’s defeat in the war resulted in the establishment of juntas. The royalist nature of Peru helped in defeating the armies and rebellions. It managed to succeed in the wars without the influence of higher officials from the government. Despite its royalty, junta movements started emerging from various parts of Upper Peru. This created problems in the initial stages of constitutional government... History of Peru’s Independence Introduction Colonial conditions in Latin America started way back in the 1500’s. Peru was one among those countries were Inca...
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New Religious Movements
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...movement. New religious movements will usually exercise their control over others. Most cults would present themselves as being the sole way to spiritual enlightenment and salvation, being God's only selected people. Furthermore, making a promise of a benefit that is only reserved for its members.13 Weaknesses of members. The weaker the individual's independence or self-esteem, the more will the said member to dependent to the movement. Members who understand group-mechanisms, prepared to cope with them in order to direct their attention to the spirit, will benefit... Growth of New Religious Movements New religious movements (NRM), sometimes referred to as cults, are...
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Global Study Assignment
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...independence movements strongly condemns Chinese interference in the continent. 2. What measures have been taken against violence in Central African Republic? Central African Republic or CAR has been unstable since its independence from French colonialism in 1960 and has suffered various coups. The Seleka rebel alliance has resulted in destroying the country’s infrastructure. The Muslims in CAR experience disasters each day caused be violence committed by anti-balaka movement comprising of Christians and animists. This party emerged against Seleka movement... Justify Chinese colonialism in Africa? How can Africa benefit from it? Colonialism can be referred to as the practiceof dominance over a land...
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Civil Rights Movements
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...movements. Civil Rights Movements According to Steinberg (2000), civil rights movements were formed to disintegrate systems of official segregation erected after slavery and to secure full rights of citizenship for African-Americans. Williams (1987) notes that the movements began in 1954 after the Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court decision which advocated for school desegregation. Some of the movements include; National American Political League of 1908, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People(NAACP) 1910, National Independence Political League 1912, National Labor Congress 1924 and Congress on Racial Equity among others (Theodore, 1995). The Plessy v... ? Topic: Lecturer:...
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Liberation movements and US policy
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...Movements and US Policy Introduction A liberation movement can be defined as an organization that is involved in organizing rebellion activities and practices. The rebellion is usually done against a governing power for instance a national government or colonial power. The main aim of any given liberation movement is usually to seek independence founded on a given nationalist identity and sometimes, an anti-imperialist outlook. Human beings have always been having the desire for independence and they can do anything that is deemed to bring about independence in one way or the other. Over the past, there has been a number of liberation movements all aimed at getting some specific end... ?Liberation...
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Social Movements and the Development Process
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...independence and this enabled them to stay away from being exploited by pimps. The emergence of a new legislation to ban their activities enabled the prostitutes to march in the streets in protest to the signing of the act. The prostitutes were mobilized to call for changes in the law and additionally made demands of being respected. They also demanded security for all the prostitutes who were working and living in the country (Tarrow, 2004). The social movements in Taiwan hosted peaceful marches in an effort to raise support for the sex workers among the public. These marches helped bring the attention of the world thereby making frequent visits along with the participation... Social Movements And The...
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Populist and Progressive Movements
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...Movements Populism, Progressivism, and the New Deal rested on a common assumption, ly, that onecould wring a higher standard of living out of the Industrial Revolution for all the people within the framework of constitutional government and capitalism. Because the radical left denied that assumption, it does not belong to the progressive tradition. The progressive tradition is three traditions in one. Populism, Progressivism, and the New Deal, though having obvious affinities, incorporated the resentments and aspirations of different kinds of people during different times and different circumstances in American history. The Populists, failing... Compare and contrast the Populist and Progressive...
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Declaration of Independence- critical analysis paper
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...Movement of the 1960s. The Declaration of Independence presents a vague definition of equality amongst men. How equal should the American people be in the ever changing context of time? Jefferson’s Declaration plainly puts it that men should treat others with no biases and vested interests. However, even after the Civil War, the appropriate racial treatment was not given to African Americans. More so, women, gays and lesbians have been subjugated and oppressed due to the preference of white male domination... ? The Declaration of Independence and its Irony for Equality YOUR DEGREE) OR COLLEGE) This paper will study Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence and its implications on the notion of...
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What is the difference between 'old' and 'new' social movements illustrate your answer with reference to specific movements
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...movement becomes the source of prejudice or exclusion but also for mobilization (Pichardo, 1997, 412). D’Emilio (1983), for instance, attributes the appearance of a ‘gay/lesbian’ identity to the industrialization and urbanization developments that facilitated an independent personal life. Homosexuals have been existent all the time and, certainly, have frequently been intensely reprimanded or rebuked, as stressed by D’Emilio (1983... Running Head: Social Movements Distinguishing the ‘New’ from the ‘Old’ Social Movements Introduction Social movements, as a mechanism of change embodying a specific perspective of social problems, involve the participation “of large numbers of people who organize to promote ...
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Midterm exam hispanic peopel in US society
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...independence movements that tore most of the empire apart leaving it unstable politically. Yet again, the country suffered during the 20th century, a devastating civil war which led to several years of economic and political stagnation mainly as a result of dictatorial leadership. Spain and the United States have in many instances acted in opposition to each other. Some of these instances include the Spanish-American war of 1898, Spanish American Wars of Independence, World War One, World War Two... Hispania In prehistoric times, the region that is now Spain was inhabited originally by Basques, Iberians and Celts until in 206 BC, it was conqueredand became part and parcel of the Roman Empire (Ralph,...
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Post-Independence Power Vacancy and its Consequences
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...movements that eventually led to the independence of colonized lands. 3. Examination of power vacancies that came up after independence in relation to the Cold War, Ethnic Disharmony and the Third Wave of Democracy In this quest, the Rwandan situation will be examined in the research to help in the conceptualization of the various ideas that will be identified in the research. The Growth of Colonialism Colonialism and the political rule of peoples and nations around the world did not come about in a short period of time. Rather, it evolved over a period of time and has traces to various times and periods in European history. The earliest versions of colonialism of nations around... Your Lecturer's of...
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The Powerful Influences of Global Social Movements
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...Movements Social issues abound in almost all societies and the globalawareness of such issues has brought people around the world to recognize similar problems that need to be resolved. Although there have been so many differences in the concerns of different cultures about social issues, the commonality of such issues brought people together who have the same passions to fight to control or even eliminate such problems. With this, non-government organizations have been formed through the years to support, influence and strengthen their advocacies. The rise of organizations such as feminism undeniably accelerated social issue awareness; helped resolve... Full The Powerful Influences of Global Social...
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Religious Movements of 18th Century America
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...movement by itself would have been little more than a footnote in history. However, the combination of social upheaval and the belief that America was an abundant nation on the verge of enlightenment forged the colonies forward towards their battle for independence. The Enlightenment formed the progressive academic basis for the newly forming country, while The Awakening organized the masses and drove them to social and political reform. The concepts of freedom of religion and equal rights were born out of these two movements. America was founded on the ideals of Christianity and reinforced by its belief in freedom... Religious Movements of 18th Century America By the 18th century, the people of Europe...
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Cuban Collection Against the United States
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...independence movements. Although the cold war ended in 1991, there were espionage cases still reported from individuals like Walter Myers, Ana Montes and the Cuban five (Collins 2001, 60). This provides evidence that the Cuban intelligence continues to rise against the United States. This article will provide an explanation pertaining to why the Cuban government continues to gather information on the United States exile groups, intentions, and capabilities. This paper will also examine if the Cubans are just hedging... Cuban Collection against the United s Cuban Collection against the United s The Cuban Republic and the United s of America have always had an interest in each other, even before the...
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Declaration of Independence- Thomas Jefferson Final
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...Independence is indeed a testament and concrete evidence to the first movements of the Americans to fight for their rights, unify their sense of nationalism and mold the history that would create one of the most powerful nations in the world. Conclusion Capturing these rhetoric and artistic devices throughout the text could not have been... The Declaration of Independence- Thomas Jefferson (YOUR (THE Introduction The Declaration of Independence portrays literal power in the usage of rhetoric devices that clearly stand out throughout the document. The writer had such proficiency beyond doubt that he was a very learned and skilled person. To attest to this proposition, this document analyses some of the...
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Effects of the Second World War on Asia and Africa
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...movements of independence springing is different parts of Africa. Asian decolonisation may be due to economic reasons but this allowed other colonies to struggle for their freedom too. After the Second World War the hold of colonial powers started to slip as countries started to demand rights. It was also no longer feasible to control so many geographical regions both economically... ?Effects of the Second World War on Asia and Africa Term Paper March 16, Introduction In the last century among events that changed the world forever, World War 2 can be considered the most potent. It changed the course of human history and gave the whole world a new geopolitical direction. Super powers emerged as a result...
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Americanos
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...independent republics in America. Some of the most well known leaders of the times like Father Hidalgo, Father Morelos, and Bernardo O'Higgins have been identified along with some not so well known women like Manuela Saenz, Juana Azurduy, and Leona Vicario that had played important roles in the overall independence movement. It has been discussed in the book that by the time the wars neared end, the Latin American independence leaders acknowledged the classical liberal principles. In particular, the popular principles of self-determination and sovereignty were embraced. The global reach of values of the Western politics expanded permanently as a result... ? 25 January, Chasteen’s Americanos: Latin...
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Anti-colonial Nationalism in British India
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...movement as the third stage. Proto-nationalism is the earliest period of anti-colonial struggle in British India. The local people did not have any knowledge about their rights and their independence during this era. The local people accepted the colonial rule of the British during this period. However, political movements and social groups demanded reforms within the British colonial rule system. When the National Congress of India was established in 1885, it was not anti British colonial rule because... Anti-colonial Nationalism in British India Introduction Anti colonial nationalism in India began as early as 1885, the time when the Indian National Congress was established. The anti colonial groups...
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Germany 1789-1900
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...independence. The country remains marked with several movements that spread across the nineteenth century (Meuschel 18). Evidently, each movement and revolution had an agenda, interest or grievance to express. Additionally, each drive came to being after different people developed same ideologies and thinking to resolve a problem in the past. As at 1800, many middle class Germans were employed not by companies, industries or manufacturing lords but by small tradesmen (Dyke 59). Despite the endowment, a rift between... Task: Germany 1789-1900 The federal republic of Germany (previously Germany) is one of the nations that have undergone notable revolutions in the process of attaining stability and...
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Can it be decided by you
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...Independence Movements in Latin America Over the period running from 1808 through 1830, the Latin America’s modern countries were established. They gained their independence courtesy of the falling Spanish empire due to the effects of the Napoleonic invasions directed to the Peninsula of Ibes from 1808-1814. (Falola and Roberts, 2008 p177) This political independence of the region has various consequences. Among these is the freedom of the new republics to change the aspects of their economies. The Latin Americans would participate in the now free markets. (Thomas, 2003 p28) Most of the continent of Latin America was occupied by Portugal and Spain. However, their strong holds were later... The...
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Risking Change: Working for a Better World
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...movements, the Indian independence movements and the apartheid in South Africa showed that all types of nonviolent resistances are of three kinds. One is an act of commission, second is an act of omission and third is the combination of both first two types (Merriman 1-2). The successful moments do not make people realize... No: Institute’s Risking Change: Working for a Better World Question No To bring change in a society in constructive ways points towards such ways, which reinforce society to improve all aspects of people’s life in a positive way in which, they have freedom of their rights and justice and they must be listened. People who bring changes in the society are not common ones since they...
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Any American Reform Movements since 1877
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...independence for the founders of the progressive reform movement. Dewey later argued against this motive of government by stating that the government is obliged to form institutes that the public can successfully use to realize their potentials. Progressives were also against the ideas of consensus and compact as foundations... that made middleclass incomes.15 The progressive reform campaign believed in its individual better education background and in its dependency on fellow professionals to come to solutions for manual workers. The progressive reform movement opposed the government’s control over the economy and the independent reform of the voting...
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State of activism and social movements in Canada today
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...movements in Canada today Introduction Through the work of Herbert Marcuse, the one-dimensional manintroduces the working of traditional and contemporary societies, where the major aim of the ruling class and the system in general is not the welfare of the people. Marcuse proposes that politics, societies and social structures within the society, including education are fashioned to serve the interests of the elite, therefore can be used to explain the political, the social and other areas of problems within the society (Waldron, Navis & Fisher, 2013). This paper will explore the ideas of Herbert Marcuse’s one-dimensional man, and then apply it to study the state of activism... ? of activism and social...
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Kachin Insurgency in Myanmar
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...movements with no choice but to resort to insurgency. Lastly, besides governance, governments are expected to provide their citizens with security, justice, economic needs and allow space for ideology sharing (Aylwin-Foster and Army). Therefore, failure to provide such services to citizens, they often the Myanmar insurgency, the underlying causes, the army’s tactics and course of events and finally, what the army needed to triumph. History The Kachin insurgency in Myanmar has its roots in independence movements during the British colonial era in Burma in early the 1940s. The objective of this movement was to address... Kachin Insurgency in Myanmar Insurgency is defined as an uprising lead by a faction...
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Auditors independence
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...independent is clearly the most important factor here, and independence is defined as being the "ability to withstand pressure from management influence when conducting... Auditing Auditing Auditing is an incredibly important matter in the world today, and if you want to learn about a matter such as this, then there are several embedded matters that you will need to inform yourself on first; such as the fact that an auditor's objective is basically defined as that of "to provide a high level of assurance through the issue of a positive expression of opinion that enhances the credibility of an assertion about an accountability matter" (Gay & Simnett, 2003, p.745). However the fact of this auditor to be...
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Audit Independence
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...independence enjoyed by auditors in providing a true and fair view on a client company's financial statements have been debatable issues ever since the incidence of Enron etc. Such incidences made it evident to the world that auditing profession is lacking its effectiveness in reporting problems with a client company's financial condition to the shareholders. The audit quality as well as the investor confidence was greatly affected when the audit firm Arthur Andersen seriously failed to truly represent the shareholders. One of the major causes behind the occurrence of that incidence was the uncompetitive nature... Introduction The lack of competition in the audit marketplace and its effects on the...
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Social Movements
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...movements are organized collective attempts to further common interests through collaborative action outside the sphere of established institutions. (Sociology 2003) Another text states: social movements are any broad social alliances of people who are connected through their shared interest in blocking or affecting social change. Social movements do not have to be formally organized. Multiple alliances may work separately for common causes and still be considered a social movement. (Wiki 2005) Collective behavior refers to the actions, often disorganized, taken by a large number of people gathered together usually in defiance of societys norms. Collective behavior can take one... Social...
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Auditor independence
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...INDEPENDENCE By Department Auditor Independence Maintaining auditor independence is important to the auditing profession (Krishnamurthy & Nan, 2006, p. 465). Recently Hossain (2013, p. 246) cites that; there are issues of independence and potential conflicts that pervade accounting functions. There is an extensive doubt that accounts go beyond their usual role of advocacy to design and sell illegal products to the clients. Those concepts can enable the clients to evade taxes, and the accountants benefit on direct lucrative fees from the consulting services. The accountants serve as financial engineers to structure purposeful transactions that circumvent the accounting standards. Without... AUDITOR...
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Protest Movements
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...Movements It is undeniable that protest movements occur almost every day in the contemporary world. The term protest may refer a way of self-expression. It can also mean the use of words or actions to present an objection of certain issues. Many scholars define protest as an action or behavior that addresses grievances including elimination of injustices (Karl-Dieter Opp, p.34). In most cases, individuals engage in protest movement so as to make their views public, heard and acted upon. Protestors also focus on influencing public opinion to successfully address issues affecting people in the society. People usually relate protests with a lot of negativity, however, protest movement is a form...
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Auditor Independence
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...INDEPENDENCE Audit is the process of evaluating a set of financial ments, processes, systems to comment on the vera and authenti of the same, that the books of accounts represent a true and fair view of state of affairs an enterprise. Investors, regulators, creditors and other third parties place credence on audited statements. It can be clearly seen that if audit is to be carried out in free and objective manner the auditors must be independent in fact (actual independence) and if their opinions are to be accepted auditors must also appear to be independent. Corporate world has time and again been rocked by scandals and sudden failures, of these, Enron & World Tel are considered water shed...
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LGBT social movements (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender social movements) In U.S,
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...Movement Begin? HNN History News Network. Retrieved on Aug, 7, 2014, from: http://hnn.us/article/11316 In this article, Bullough addresses the 1965 event served as the beginning of the LGBT movement. According to Bullough, although this event in Independence Hall in Philadelphia was intended solely for commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riot, yet it sparked the LGBT movement by serving as gasoline for the fire of the LGBT dissent. This actually served as the first place of public demonstration for LGBT rights. Gallagher, J. and Bull, C. (1996). Perfect Enemies: The Religious Right, the Gay Movement and the Politics... LGBT Social Movements Number Introduction The recognition of the...
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Ho Chi Minh: The One Who Led Vietnam toward Independence
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...independence faction. Roughly about ten years later in 1930, Ho Chi Minh established the Indochinese Communist Party, better known as the ICP. Several Vietnamese resistance movements against French rule endured during this time but none of the were ever as successful and triumphant as the Viet Minh common front controlled by the ICP, founded in 1941, and financially backed up by the Chinese Nationalist Party and the America. It was at this time when Vietnam had two outside powers that were overpowering... ?Jerry Ciacho May 9, Ho Chi Minh: The One Who Led Vietnam Toward Independence The history of Vietnam is among the longest uninterrupted histories in the world and it has had...
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Social Movements
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...Movements Social Movement Many social movements have occurred throughout the history of the United States (Christiansen, 2009). Some decades have seen more action as uprisings have drawn attention to a specific group or unethical treatment of a situation. Abolitionism, Women’s Suffrage, Prohibition, Gay Rights, and other movements have shaped the country into what is experienced by individuals on a daily basis. The United States is not the only country that has experienced social movements. Wars have occurred because of an idea being forced onto a group of people who resisted the scheme of being forced into acceptance of the proposal. Each continent has experienced... Christian Patriots Social...
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Promoting Independence
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...Independence Promoting Independence [The [The of the Promoting Independence Introduction The most significant debates among the parties involved in the framework's development concerned the role of promoting independence in appearance and the appropriateness of a threats and safeguards approach. The nature of those debates provides important insights into the future of auditor independence regulation (Adams, R., 2002). Human Rights Development Human Rights are rights that belong to an human being or group of individuals as a result of being human. They refer to a broad range of values or capabilities thought to improve human agency and affirmed to be universal in character... Running Head: Promoting...
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Radical Movements
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...Movements The purpose of this essay is to examine the impact that radical components have had on political movements, and whether these movements have had any effect in achieving the movements stated aims. Looking at aspects of the civil rights, anti-war, and labor movements, this essay examines what makes political action radical, how effective it is, and is there any correlation between radicalism and effectiveness in social justice campaigns. Radical actions within political traditions such as the civil rights movement can both help and hinder a need for change. Radical divisions often exist on the wings of public political bodies, often acting in ways which seem to undermine... the...
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Camera Movements
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...movement in creating suspense in movies Introduction Introduction is among the most important sections of the report. The section provides a definition of the concepts contained in the report while providing adequate background information on the study. The introduction in this report defines camera movements and their impotence in the development of films. Additionally, the section shows the ways of using camera movements to create suspense in films. After developing such adequate background information about the two concepts, the final section of the section ties the two with an effective thesis statement that narrows the discussion in the report. Body The body contains... Functions of camera...
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Social movements
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...Movement The Environmental Justice Movement The Environmental Justice Movement is one of the various types of social movements. A social movement refers to a group of individuals or organization with a common ideology. This group of people works in unity to achieve certain common goals. The social movement in question can be referred to as a reform movement since it advocates for changes in some activities that happen in the country. This is because it addresses the issue about geographical and racial imbalance in the treatment of the citizen of the United States of America. Social movements have led to many political and social changes globally. The Environmental Justice... ? The Environmental Justice...
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Inequality, Corruption and Distribution of Income in Indonesia (Post Independence)
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...INDEPENDENCE INEQUALITY, CORRUPTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME IN INDONESIA Post Independence Inequality, Corruption and Distribution of Income in Indonesia [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] Post Independence Inequality, Corruption and Distribution of Income in Indonesia Introduction Currently, a lot of issues have been raised due to the appearance and criminal activities of fundamental or radical groups in Indonesia that are associated with Islam. However, this kind of extremism is not a new occurrence in Indonesia. This country has experienced a large number of alterations starting from the activities of the Dutch, later on Japanese in World War 2 and then the time... Running Head: POST...
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Social Movements
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...Movement A social movement is an association of individuals who have a similar interest. The individualsconduct meetings in which they call upon others with a similar interest to join them so that they may fight for their interest. Social movements produce various effects when their members cooperate in carrying out protests. The civil rights movement is a social movement that was organized by black people to address the discrimination and inequality that they faced in the United States. The whites discriminated and treated the blacks harshly because the then constitution granted them superior rights to the blacks (Zeiger 30). The greatest effect of this movement... is that it achieved its...
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Chechnya and Russia conflict
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...independence movements that would otherwise exhibited themselves.1 However, the collapse of the Soviet Union allowed for separatist groups within Chechnya to place a renewed emphasis and focus upon independence; thereby drawing the Russian Federation to act... ?The role of Russia within the conflict in Chechnya can be traced all the way back to the Russian Empire under Catherine the Great. It was at this time, in the 17th century, that Russian troops first began to enter this region. Fierce resistance was provided by those living there at that time and continual sub currents of strife has lasted up until the present day. The iron grip of the Soviet Union on the Chechen region helps to squelch many...
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