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...modern styles of architecture are 'Modernism' and 'Post-modernism'. "Less is more" and Modern Architecture One of the latest... Less is more Less is a bore! Before the 20th century, architecture was mostly inspired by ical styles such as Roman and Greek styles. As the19th and 20th century gradually moved in however, people outgrew these classical styles and preferred to create new styles of architecture that will fit the times. Greek and Roman style architectural styles seemed to be out-dated and inconsistent by the coming of the 20th century and new styles of architecture must be devised in order to keep up with rapid pace of technological development that society faces. Two of these...
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Modern Design
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...Modern design What was the Bauhaus? In the answer, identity the principles, practices and four examples of products associated with the Bauhaus? In 1991, Walter Gropius, a renown Germen architect, openned the Bauhaus in Weimar as a new type of design school. Its development was as a result of the consolidation of the Weimar’s Academy of Fine Arts and the Arts and Craft school located within the city (Raizman 184). Bauhaus originated from the German verb bauen which means to build. The core objective of the Bauhaus was to initialize a radical concept of reimagining the material world in order for them to reflect the unity of all other arts. Gropius explained the need for...
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Tate Modern
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...MODERN a) Background Art knows no death, it is imperishable. The spices of nature are born only to die after a certain space of existence. Art continues indefinitely. Austin Dobson assessment of art is expressed in his saying that all passes. Art alone enduring stays to us. The bust outlasts the throne, the coin, Tiberius. Art is never demonstrative; it never catches attention with an exhibitionistic appeal. Tate Modern is the place where one can be enchanted. Tate was founded in 1807 by Sir Henry Tate and this the 200th anniversary year of the establishment. It can well be stated that this establishment has served the cause of art for two centuries and continues to work its... at Tate...
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...Modern Times” From the moment of cinematography's foundation, movies have been playing a significant role in the life of different nations. With the lapse of time, cinematography along with entertaining function also obtained educational influence that lately managed to widen its development and popularization in modern society. Hence, a bright example of a movie with deep purport and encouragement for further reflections can be suggested a work called Modern Times by Charlie Chaplin. At the first sight, this motion picture can be perceived as an ordinary light comedy where the main hero easily makes audience burst out laughing at...
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Modern Medicine
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...modern public health policy of Britain is open both to admiration and criticism; admiration for what has been achieved and criticism forthe flaws and difficulties in it. area of dental health is gaining prominence in recent years, and sometimes it is shown as a measure of public willingness and positive approach. There are arguments that in spite of a well-laid out public health and dental policy, people do not reciprocate as they should and problems go undetected for a long time. This argument is countered by the disheartening wait for treatment. Setting all these aside, it is important to find out how thinkers, sociologists and philosophers have reacted to the modern health policy... 147565 The modern...
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Modern Museums
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...Modern Museums The Origins of Modern Museums of Writer] [Name of Institution] Origins of Modern Museum Introduction The word museum comes from the Greek word mouseion. In ancient Greece, the mouseion was the temple of the Muses, the goddesses of arts and sciences. In the 200's B.C., the word was used for a library and research area in Alexandria, Egypt. Museum is a place where a collection of objects illustrating science, art, history, or other subjects is kept and displayed. At various museums, visitors can learn how people lived and worked in early times, what makes a work of art a masterpiece, or how electricity works. Some people also consider the term museum to apply... Running Head: Modern ...
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Modern Democracy
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...MODERN DEMOCRACY AS A FORM OF GOVERNMENT 2006 MODERN DEMOCRACY AS A FORM OF GOVERNMENT Is modern democracy the best form of government This question is relevant for many politicians and people interested in politics. To make the best conclusion for us we have to study what is democracy in itself and where this term comes from. There are some meanings of the term "democracy". As is well known, "democracy" is taken from Greek word which means "government of the people, by the people and for the people." "demos" means people, and "cratos" means government. This is the meaning of the word (the nominal definition), but the concept to which...
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Modern State
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...modern as the autonomous regional unit contains the spirit of hierarchically organized ethnic democracy and global integration. The challenge posed by minorities to state administrations has intensified. The paper consists of an introduction, four body paragraphs and conclusion. The paper argues that the distinctive features of the modern state involve high level of nationalism and multiculturalism, liberal institutions and importance of national culture, integration and lack of autonomy in the global context. The paper concludes that the uniqueness and distinctive attributes of the modern state are based on the concepts of national identity, multiculturalism and democratic... 18 November 2007 A modern...
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Modern Dance
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...Modern dance is largely associated with the works of Isadora Duncan who was born May 26, 1877 intoan artistic family that lived insane Francisco. Isadora’s mother, a pianist and musician, organized dancing lessons for her children at an early period of life. In spite the fact that Isadora’s family went through hard times occasioned by her father’s financial losses, cultured aesthetic sensibilities were the family’s source of pride (Duncan, Isadora, and Sheldon Cheney. 1928). As an adult, Isadora chose to go to Chicago and later to New York in order to pursue her artistic destiny. Dance is part of every society’s practice and is the barometer of livelihood in America. Dance... The evolution of dance...
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Modern Misogyny
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...Modern Misogyny Since the time of creation woman has been scorned by man, blamed for hardship, and punished for being a member of a gender. Misogyny, the hatred of women, is threaded throughout our religion and mythology. It permeates our history and our culture. Our system of law, economics, and science is based in misogyny. Though it may manifest itself in the most severe forms as violence against women, it is often not that blatant. While a serial rapist would certainly be seen as a misogynist, the male attitude of sexual dominance in any relationship echoes with the same violence. Our status, politics, educational systems, and advertising are littered with the not so...
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Modern Vision
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...Modern vision Introduction The of modernizing vision writes about the historic periodization of vision and the dis s and techniques that surround it. The many efforts that have been made to theorize visuality and vision are linked to models that have an emphasis on ongoing western visual tradition. The author argues to show that these models have prevented certain important discontinuities from being seen (Crary 29). The author is not against the models because they are also useful in certain ways. Generally the author tries to articulate the camera obscura model of vision from the perspective of specificity and also to give a suggestion on the collapse of the model during the early 19th... Task Modern...
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Modern Art
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...Modern History has an array of works of art that demonstrate the creativity and genius of artists during the period between 1850 and 1955. A Contextual analysis of the works of art will reveal me more than just the works of art but also the perception of the artists and the way they were able to construct and interpret the world around them by using art. To be able to delve deep into the psyche of these artists I have to be able to appreciate art of the previous eras and predict with precision the future trends in art. Looking at a particular period of art can bring about the innovativeness of artists in depicting ideas using paint and brush and various other unique techniques... First Reflection Modern ...
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Modern World
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...Modern World The New World Order 1. Describe how the social, political, and economic landscape has changed to produce the new world order. In the new world order, things are done differently from the past following transformations in various aspects of life including social, political and economic spheres. At the core of this change, is the world globalization that together with technology has increased interconnections and free movements of people, goods, ideas and information across the globe (Slaughter 1). The diverse traditional beliefs and practices of societies, to a large extent, have changed to become common social values practiced across regions and continents....
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Modern Television
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...Modern Television A television set is an entertainment device that shows high definition motion pictures and high fidelity sound that could play either TV shows or movies. Its various are composed of the screen in front, control panel either at its side or bottom, ports at its back and remote control. The screen serves as the output where the audience can watch TV shows or movies. The control panel allow the user to manipulate what is shown in TV such as choosing what channel to watch or what movies to play. Its content are basically composed of electronic board that controls the TV and LCD (or in older versions Plasma) which shows the motion images. A...
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Modern japan
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...Modern Japan Translation was an important part in the modernising effort of Japan because it allowed for the better understanding of works from other countries, especially the West, that was used in ensuring that Japan was able to develop itself to their level. It is through the efforts of translators that western technology came to be developed and improved on in Japan and it is the acquisition of this knowledge that allowed this country to not only develop technologically, but economically as well. The ability of Japan to transform was based on works developed in the West being translated to Japanese because this was the only way through which it could be understood and implemented... Translation and...
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Modern Architecture
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...Modern Architecture It may seem that the term modern architecture would be self-explanatory. Howconcepts of modernism apply to the idea of architecture is not always clear. “In the field of architecture, the term was used … to connote the works of architects from profoundly different origins and cultural backgrounds, who had based their own work on a reduction in expressive media, a rediscovery of the value of empty space and a radical elimination of everything that does not coincide with a programme of simplicity and formal cleanliness” (Cinar, 2000). From this definition, it can be deduced that modern architecture...
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Modern culture
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...Modern Culture Introduction Globalization and growth in technology are the key contributing factors to the growth of the new economy; an economy where employees have no rights or obligations. A survey by Sennett (1999, p. 149) reveals that the rate of employment has continued to decline in America in the recent past. Organizations have discovered a better and efficient way of getting things done-through computers. This has had heavy implications on the modern economy as well as on the particular employees. The resulting injuries penetrate far beyond the economic and societal levels. Sennet (1999, p. 146) describes the flexible capitalism as more personal...
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Modern Family
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...modern advances has paved the way towards creating awareness in the society. This is depicted in terms of changes in the lifestyle of both men and women in the society. The major impact is portrayed in family and home life style as compared to the roles of both men and women over the past 50 years. Women are no longer considered as domestic labors and are given the status of equality in most of the modern societies. The article discuss the roles of both men and women in terms of domestic labour change, childcare, dual career family, symmetrical family, family development, Ann... The roles of women and men in the family have changed significantly over the past 50 years. Background Industrialization and...
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Modern Aesthetics
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...Modern Writing in Response to Modern Aesthetics In the late nineteenth century, the organization of social and cultural life shifted severely as a result of increased social mobility with the introduction of the middle class, technical complexity with the advent of complicated machinery, and social diversity as the result of increased colonialisation. These radical changes contributed significantly to the dissolution of the forms of ideology and belief that had sustained society throughout its earlier history. While rationalization and utilitarianism have been respected as ideas, they led to a mode of thinking in which intelligence and culture became...
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Modern Consumerism
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...Modern Consumerism Read Chapter 3 ‘The Puzzle of Modern Consumerism’ from Campbell’s book The Romantic Ethic and the Spirit of Modern Consumerism and answer the following questions: a) “...it is not consumption in general which poses special problems of explanation, so much as that particular pattern which is characteristic of modern industrial societies”. Referring to the text, explain in detail why ‘modern consumption’ is so puzzling according to Campbell. [800 words required; 805 total] Campbell states, “The mystery is more fundamental than any of these, and concerns the very essence of modern consumption itself—its character as an activity which involves an apparently endless pursuit... Essays in...
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Modern Vampirism
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...Modern Vampirism Zombie movies are the latest fad that appears to dominate the pop culture scenes although it is not the first time that it appears on the entertainment radar. The zombie theme firmly finds its roots on the traditional vampire figure albeit with significant variations in terms of the definition and form that they take. Traditional folklore propagates the idea that vampires were creepy blood-sucking creatures that exist albeit invisibly within the community. Although the zombies have maintained their vampire qualities over the centuries, their recent depictions show an increasing effort to align their identity with the many scientific innovations of the...
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Modern China
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...modern life by abandoning indigenous ways of dressing and practices for the modern way of life. This paper will try to describe the meaning of a nation according to empires, outline the revolution of making a new citizen in China, implications of the same, the techniques used as well as participants of the revolution process. The nation of China was long time ago composed of small communities until when transformation took place over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The kind of leadership that was in place was quite different to the current one since centralization... Transition from Republic of China to China Considering what other people perceive as being Chinese citizenship is important as...
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Modern Philosophy
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...Modern Philosophy Trace the concepts of idea, senses, and perceptions in the epistemology of the empiricists (Locke, Berkley, Hume). Epistemologyor theory of knowledge is the branch of philosophy that is concerned with the nature and scope of knowledge. It focused on analyzing the nature of knowledge and how it relates to similar notions such as truth, belief, and justification. It also deals with the means of production of knowledge, as well as skepticism about different knowledge claims. Modern philosophy is philosophy done during the "modern" era of Europe and North America. The modern period runs roughly from the...
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Modern dance
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...Modern Dance Modern dance has its birth in America; this was during the turn of the 20th century. A number of choreographers and dancers had rebelled against the forms of dance, which were prevalent at that time. Theses were the ballet and the vaudeville, they argued that the ballet was rigid and of imperialistic in nature. They wanted to be recognized as serious artists rather than be seen as entertainers. Among the pioneers of modern dance is Lester Horton. This paper discusses the role that he played in modern dance and why modern dance still exists in the year 2000. Modern dance is considered a synonym of contemporary dance. The two dances share ideological or aesthetical characteristics...
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Modern Prejudice
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...modern prejudice... ". With the twenty-first century, the world has witnessed a rise in fear on all sides of the globe, one that pits humans against humans, country against country, and religion against religion. From a NATO perspective, the Cold War has given way to the War on Terror. Today, developed countries fear terrorist attacks from Islamic fundamentalists, while many in the Middle East fear amoral, mindless consumerism and even bellicose, forcible takeovers spawned from developed countries. So it is the same old story that has been told and retold for centuries. It is the same story, reframed in new terms, using new verbiage of 'modern prejudice', yet the...
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Modern Society
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...Modern Society Introduction Modern society is defined by the repression of individual sexual expression & contrasted with postmodern society, which is characterized by the individual's quest for happiness at the expense of security [Bauman 1997]. Another dictionary definition of modern society puts it as: Modernity is a term used to describe the condition of being related to modernism. Since the term "modern" is used to describe a wide range of periods, modernity must be understood in its context, the industrial age of the 19th century, and its role in sociology, which since its beginning in that era examined the leap from pre... Guide's Freud and Marx- Their Contribution to the Understanding of Modern ...
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Modern Theatre
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...Modern Theatre Introduction to Modern Theatre of the of the Introduction to Modern Theatre The evolutionist historiography is fond f landmarks. Such landmarks are often described as 'reforms' which inaugurate that process f rescuing British theatre from its unrespectable past (and its lower-class patrons in particular), thereby making possible the rise f a leisured, genteel social institution and the gradual emergence into professional respectability f both the actor and the playwright. Eliza Vestris' innovative period as lessee f the Olympic theatre during the early 1830s (during which she introduced magnificent stage properties including candlelabra and Axminster... Running Head: Introduction to...
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Modern Racism
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...Modern racism Modern racism over the years has evolved from mostly aggressive and physical prejudicial behaviour to a more clever and indirect prejudicial behavior. This type of indirect prejudicial behavior has evolved to a degree that is quite hard to notice, yet it is considered to be more severe. This subtle modern form of discrimination has found its way into the workplace. Despite many organizations promising equal opportunities, there is little doubt that every person gets equal treatment within their working environment. Indirect modern racism creates an image that looks more correct politically, where a...
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Modern Management
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...modern management. It is the process of recognizing complex organizational or environmental situations and determining how to manage it by breaking it down into more controllable processes or systems. It requires inherent ability to see opportunities out of conflict and then conceptualize potential solutions. Similar to conceptual management is planning, which is also critical because it prevents the business from achieving failure. Planning allows the manager to adapt and build flexibility to changing... RUNNING HEADER: Conceptual Management and Planning Conceptual Management and Planning BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE Conceptual Management and Planning Conceptual management skills are critical in mo...
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Modern Democracies
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...modern systems of governance are followed, mainly two types of approaches towards democracy can be found, namely: multi partisan and bipartisan. In a democratic system as the common people have the sole authority to select the government by their voting power, thus, depending on their political ideology, creed, and dependence on political system parties are formed and they aim at functioning as the representatives of common people in the context of conveying their requirements to the government. In a bipartisan political... ?Main issues in approaching democracy from countries with bipartisan structure and multi partisan structure: Brazil (multi partisan), the United s of America (Bipartisan)...
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Modern Economics
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...modern economics. Two major comparative advantage models have emerged: the Ricardian model and the Heckscher Ohlin Model. The fundamental difference between the Ricardian comparative advantage model and the Heckscher Ohlin Model are that the former explains trade patterns on the basis of different technologies, whereas the latter suggests that the basis of trade patterns depends upon “factor endowments”. Such divisions can be further understood as with the progression of modern society technology became more evenly distributed (Labib 2009). The Heckscher Ohlin Model argues that this does... Mock Exam Q1 a) The notion of comparative advantage has become one of the fundamental aspects of modern economics. ...
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Modern woman
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...modern woman in a pre-modern society, or is she a product of her time as muchas Antony is? Women in the past held less power and were viewed as being inferior to men. It was hard to find jobs that accepted women, and they did not have the power of voice. In William Shakespeare’s play “Antony and Cleopatra,” Shakespeare illustrates the relationship of Antony, Caesar, and Cleopatra through a historical event at Rome. Caesar was the ruler of the Rome, and Antony was one of the generals of Rome. Cleopatra, on the other hand, was the Queen of Egypt, as well as Antony’s lover. Later, Caesar and Antony declared war with one another. By knowing that he would... Question: Do you agree that Cleopatra was a...
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Modern Marketing
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...modern world, the advancement of technology shapes how marketers develop promotion strategies. I believe that in my future career, technology will continue to shape the marketplace and strengthen... After having been introduced to the most basic concepts in marketing, I became very interested in learning to create more value to s and moreimportantly communicating this value to the clients through the use of specific marketing strategies. I agree that business organizations must first develop a good product to offer to their target market. However, marketing goes beyond the product alone. In fact, I believe that the challenge lies on communicating the attributes of a product in order for it to appeal to...
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Modern globalization
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...modern globalization The concept of globalization refers to the phenomenon in which the entire globe appears to be coming under the canopy of a single order. This is the general and most broadly defined idea of globalization. This phenomenon involves integration of global economy through transfer of knowledge, transmission of technological knowhow and cultural and social values, change and modification of various government as well as private sector policies, regulations related to the geographical borders and change in relations of production. One most important effect of globalization is power discourse. Globalization refers to the process that takes place around the globe... ?Business Introduction to...
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Modern Manufacturing
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...Modern Materials and Manufacturing Processes. US Imports & Phipes Publication. 1997. 3. Kalpakjian. Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials. Addison-Wesley Publication. 1997. 4. Mikell P Groover. Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing. Wiley Publication. 1996. 5. GE Thyer. Computer Numerical Control of Machines. Butterworth-Heinemann. 1991.... The article is with reference to the design and fabrication of blade for wind turbine. The blade is the rotary part of the turbine which is either mounted or integral part of the turbine. This part of the turbine converts the kinetic energy of air into mechanical energy through rotary motion, this motion then excites the generator and electrical energy if...
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Modern Business
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...Modern Business in Comparative Perspective Texts and Internet Information a. The is based on a collection of recommended readings, and there is no set textbook. But you will be asked to consult the following during several lectures and seminars: P.Dicken, Global Shift: the Internationalisation of Economic Activity (2003) b. You should also consider the two most important publications on comparative business and on the relationship between business systems and national economic success: M.E.Porter, The Competitive Advantage of Nations (London: Macmillan, 1990) A.D.Chandler, Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism (Harvard University Press, 1990) c. Other general... 2007-2008 Modern...
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Modern Education
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...modern civilization, considers education as among the greatest endowment for women in society that provides them with a sense of equality with men. Along these lines, this paper will provide a discussion based on personal autonomy being a goal of education. Specifically, this discussion will be centered on a feminist view, emphasizing education in terms of a liberalist context. First, the concept of personal autonomy will be discussed, briefly outlining its history and highlighting the views of different theorists and, in particular, of contemporary liberals on the concept. The paper shall then proceed to discussing the concept of autonomy... ?Achieving Personal Autonomy through Education: The Liberalist ...
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Modern Myths
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...modern myths have different teachings in the history, culture, beliefs and norms... Mythology refers to the collection of myths by a certain group of people. The collection contains the body of stories and explanations about their history, nature and customs. It can also explain the study of such myths. Mythology as a collection of stories is a crucial feature as it reveals every societies culture and beliefs. The society’s cultural myths convey the religious and shared experience. It also explains society’s belonging, practical and moral lessons. Myths fall into different categories. Furthermore, different societies give and explain different examples of myths. The myths are based on the society’s...
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...modernism after World War II: Modernism refers to a philosophical movement that was characterized by the development of the industrial revolution, and a rapid increase and growth of the cities. This was then followed by the emergence of the 1st and the 2nd World War. Modernism was also characterized by cultural changes and trends, and this is because of the various transformations of the Western Society that began in the 19th and 20th centuries. Modernists were also able to reject the concepts of enlighten, and various religious beliefs. The introduction of new products in America played a great role in enhancing a comfortable standard of living. It is important... module: Question one: international...
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Modern Dance
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...Modern Dance & Alvin Ailey Dance has always been one of the prime facets that have come under the subject of entertainment and people many find it to be exclusive, exceptional and inimitable; however, dance is a form that is considerably a convention and tradition in some religions or cultures. Dance is also a significant source that can facilitate in marking out the history of any society, culture or a nation. The olden times reveals the facts that dance are a form that dates back to centuries, but the emergence of modern dance came into existence in the latter nineteenth century and beginning of twentieth century. The widespread and universal...
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Modern Terrorism
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...Modern Terrorism Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 5 References 10 Introduction This paper is a critical evaluation of the extent of the significance of modern terrorism as represented by such groups as the Taliban, Al Qaida, ISIS, ISIL and others in terms of the threat that they pose to world security and peace. To begin the discussion it is worthwhile to first define terrorism and modern terrorism, and to put the term in the context of its historical development. The literature agrees that the word terrorism itself has its roots in the French Revolution, with connotations of the use of violence to pursue political ends and to...
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Modern Sculpture
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...Modern Sculpture It is necessary to stress that Passages in Modern Sculpture written by Rosalind E Krauss give a lot of important information about sculpture and its development. The author helps to understand what can be called as sculpture. For instance, he states that by the 1930 the sense of a natural opposition between the art of time and art of space had become a basic starting point from which to access the unique accomplishments of sculpture. The writing under consideration explains the major aspects that help to understand any sculpture or other work of art. They are space and time. These two notions are really very important for those who are going... Visual Arts and Film Studies 12 December...
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Modern Japan
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...Modern Japan The Pacific War was indeed a major turning point for the Japanese society. The modern Japan after the Pacific War redefined Japanese culture. In the midst of such drastic change there are traditional values of the Japanese culture which remained rooted. Such values are addressed by the popular Japanese writers in preserving the Japanese values in their works, illustrating the genuine characteristics of the Japanese society amidst the struggle against the pressures of conformity. In view of the effort of the Japanese to consent a peek into their culture developed and gave birth to Japanese business novels. These materials are provided usually to business students for wider... to...
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Modern Judaism
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...Modern Judaism As it is known, every religion has differentvariants. Modern Judaism is no exception. In general, it is represented by three streams, namely, Orthodox Judaism, Conservative Judaism and Liberal Judaism. Each of these variants has both similarities and significant differences, which are determined by the specifics of interpretations of sacred texts and religious ceremonies. Orthodox Judaism is characterized by its commitment to “the traditional forms of worship in the Hebrew language, and of the traditional observances as prescribed by the Torah” (“Variants within Judaism”). Following the traditional Jewish rule, Orthodox Judaism requires men... Orthodox, Conservative and Liberal Forms of...
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Primitive modern
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...Modernism originated when Western world was going through too radical changes for any artist to describe reality in terms they used to describe it before. Real life was changing in a very fast tempo due to industrialization, the increasing power of masses which was changing potential audience, making intellectuals in general and artists specifically seek for new themes, new artistic languages and new inspiration to put in a new form. Mass production affected arts, and a general materialization already peculiar to Western world reached the peak unprecedentedly bringing commercialization to many spheres of life. Among modernists there were artists who supported materialization... upon colonial,...
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Modern Times
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...Modern Times (1936) is a ic American film. Directed, written, and starred in by Charlie Chaplin, the greatest star and most influential personality of the silent film era, the film presents a vision of a society impacted by technological innovations, rampant bureaucracy, and a financial depression, all through the eyes of the ordinary man—a single cog in the massive system of an immense industrial organism. Modern Times is Chaplin’s final film in the series of his popular character, “the Tramp”, and thus has a particularly strong place in the hearts of those who truly cherish the actor’s achievements as the consummate entertainer. Nevertheless, the final...
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Modern China
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...MODERN CHINA Communist China today regards Mao Zedong as someone equivalent to what Lenin was to the Soviet Union. But, within china there have been numerous differences over Mao's services to the nation & his aftermath effects to the modern Chinese society. A section of the Chinese society is of the opinion that Mao was a symbol of security & confidence & attributes him as the pillar of China's economic success. Many such as Zhang Shandi maintain that he was responsible for laying the foundation for economic reform & development. Many are also of the opinion that the quality & sincerity of the leaders has degenerated since his death & say that corruption...
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MODERN TERRORISM
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...Modern Terrorism Modern Terrorism Terrorism involves the use of underhand tactics in spreading fear, terror, and panic in one’s enemies. It involves the use of horrifying warfare methods against humanity using swift and unexpected means. Terrorism is majorly committed against civilian populations with the hope of instigating fear for achievement of political ends. The motive of the violence is to create, instill, and maintain terror and panic among the general public by engaging in horrendous acts against humanity in pursuit of political objectives. Terrorism has evolved throughout the 21st century. One major contribution to this change in tactics is the use of irregular/asymmetric... Research Report:...
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Modern Urbanization
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...Modern urbanization (the trend for most people to live in urban areas) is a force favoring the well being of people and the environment Modern urbanization is one of the most important processes in the community that can be considered to lift the state of well being and condition of the people as well as the environment, the two essential interacting factors in the establishment and development of a community. Through the history of humanity, existence and livelihood can be defined by the interdependence of the members and inhabitants of the community. Civilizations were built upon the survival of the population on the basis of the resources that can be...
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...modern industrial economics brought by foreigners. As modern industrial production increased, the agricultural productivity began to fall, leading to the change of the whole society from agricultural civilization to industrial civilization. Secondly, feudalism in China was different... Two paragraphs analyzing the of affairs the of affairs in China and 2) Chinas position facing international challenges. The primary state of affairs in China during the Qing dynasty was to develop political and judicial system as well as a strong army to protect the dynasty. It was characterized by a government headed by an emperor who was assisted by six boards or ministries. Each ministry was headed by a president who w...
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