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Capstone Project - The Mission of the Army Logistics Management College (ALMC), now referred to as the Army Logistics University (ALU) at Fort Lee, VA is to enhance the readiness and sustainability of United States Forces through training, education, consulting and research in Logistics, Acquisition and Operations Research Systems Analysis. In joint with the ALU, the Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE) runs eight different versions of battalion and brigade-level pre-command branch or technically focused courses....   [tags: Military Education] 2490 words
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The Capstone Program - The Alaska Region's "Capstone Program" is a safety program in Alaska that focuses on increasing aviation safety through the use of the latest advancements in modern technology. Although being one lonesome state out north, Alaska has approximately 10% of the nation’s air carrier / commercial operators which accounts for approximately 35% of the nation’s air carrier / commercial operator accidents. The NTSB had recorded 112 accidents in Alaska involving air carrier / commercial operator during 1994 to 1996....   [tags: Flying Technology Airline Aviation Safety] 930 words
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Senior Capstone - Senior Capstone Observations I visited the Ronald McDonald House on September 15, to meet a family that was staying there because they had a very ill child. I was there to interview Mr. and Mrs. Davis who’s had their five-year-old son, John was at Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Davis family was there because John has leukemia and needed chemotherapy. When I first met John, I was at a loss for words. I saw a five-year-old boy that didn’t have any hair (like me) and was thin like a cable wire....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1437 words
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Capstone Experiences in Career and Technical Education - Capstone Experiences in Career and Technical Education Capstones are culminating experiences in which students synthesize subject-matter knowledge they have acquired, integrate cross-disciplinary knowledge, and connect theory and application in preparation for entry into a career (Fairchild and Taylor 2000). Durel (1993) evocatively describes them as a "rite of passage" or "liminal threshold" through which participants change their status from student to graduate. A capstone course should be both a synthesis—reflection and integration—and a bridge—a real-world preparatory experience that focuses on the postgraduation future (Fairchild and Taylor 2000; Rhodus and Hoskins 1995)....   [tags: Employment Jobs Businesses Essays]
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Curricular Aims: Assessment of University Capstone - Curricular Aims: Assessment of University Capstone Albert North Whitehead (1929) believed that the raison d’etre of universities was neither for the imparting of knowledge nor for the opportunity for research. Cheaper alternatives for both were and are available to achieve those functions. Instead, he asserted. The justification for a university is that it preserves the connections between knowledge and the zest of life, by uniting the young and the old in the imaginative consideration of learning....   [tags: Education School Essays]
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Training as the most important aspect of successful employment - ... Kurt Lewin’s “Force Field” tool is a very convenient method for anticipating the kinds of resistance to change that will be encountered. In this method, leaders take the time to identify both driving and restraining forces that affect the proposed change. (BOZAK 2003) Albrecht identifies forces as any person, process, policy, procedure, tradition, value system, belief system, vested interest, or state of affairs that will play a significant part in the success of the new endeavor.(Albrecht 2002) By using Kurt Lewin’s force-field analysis tool, managers can determine if there are major resistance forces at work and make a decision as to how extensive and energetic the change plan needs to be in order to effectively address these forces....   [tags: Business, Employment]
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The Evil Eye in The Tell-Tale Heart - The Evil Eye in The Tell-Tale Heart        In Edgar Allen Poe's Short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" much is made of the "evil eye" of the old man. Immediately we are introduced to a man who would never hurt a fly. The narrator of the story even goes so far as to say he loved the old man. This old man is portrayed as one who would do anything for you. However, the caretaker of the old man has one small problem with the old man. The eye that darn evil eye. What could cause a person to become enraged by an eye and only one eye....   [tags: Tell-Tale Heart Essays]
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Acquisition Strategies in DoD Procurements - General Considerations Each PM must develop and document an acquisition strategy to guide program execution from initiation through reprocurement of systems, subsystems, components, spares, and services beyond the initial production contract award and during post-production support. The acquisition strategy evolves through an iterative process and becomes increasingly more definitive in describing the relationship of the essential elements of a program. A primary goal of the strategy is to minimize the time and cost it takes, consistent with common sense and sound business practices, to satisfy identified, validated needs, and to maximize affordability throughout a programs useful life cycle....   [tags: essays research papers] 481 words
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The Grudge - Lesson Four: Capstone Review (The Grudge) The film I recently watched was The Grudge. The film was filmed entirely in Tokyo where Japanese director Takaghi Shimizu brought the popular Japanese horror stories to the American movie viewers. I went into The Grudge expecting a horror film based on the previews I had seen. When I watched the movie I found it to be quite a bit scary than what the previews had made it to be. So the film held up to its previews, however it was scary I would not rank it very high....   [tags: essays research papers] 494 words
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Albert Einstein - What is it that triggers a spark of genius. Is there some encouragement given at the right time that starts the process or helps it along, or does genius simply find its expression despite all odds. At age five, Einstein was given a device that would stir his intellect. It was the first time he had seen a magnetic compass. He lay there shaking and twisting the odd contraption, certain he could fool it into pointing off in a new direction. But try as he might, the compass needle would always find its way back to pointing in the direction of magnetic north....   [tags: essays research papers] 648 words
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My Air Force Mission - “Dude 14, we’ve just located 10 anti-coalition militia in a bunker located 300 meters from our position. Request an immediate strike on that target!” Imagine hearing those words screamed into your ear and knowing that in the next moment you were about to execute a task that you trained seven years to do. This was my situation during my first combat sortie in Afghanistan. It goes without saying that employing weapons against enemies of the United States comes with a great amount of responsibility....   [tags: Personal Experience] 844 words
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Personal Statement - I do not want to live a life of complacency. To avoid this, I plan to pursue a career filled with ample opportunities for knowledge expansion. My short-term goal is to work for an innovative company which fosters an environment of constant learning. An example of this type of company is Toyota Motor Corporation. The Toyota Way stresses kaizen, or continuous improvement, which pushes Toyota employees, from CEO to individual line worker, to constantly reevaluate current processes in order to reduce waste and shorten overall time requirements....   [tags: Career Goals] 743 words
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Kellogg EMBA - My short-term (within 5 years) goal is to become Country-Head / CEO of Morningstar’s international business unit in Asia or Latin America, and build it into a profitable and sustainable organization. My long-term (within 10 years) goal is to become a CEO of Morningstar’s international business globally. Personally, I am passionate about teaching, acting, adventure sports and fitness. My personal goals are to run a marathon and to set-up a nonprofit organization in the field of education. Managing a business has always been my passion and the ultimate career goal....   [tags: Professional Goals] 1290 words
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Year One Reflections - Year One Reflections My first year in the doctoral program challenged me with newfound learning in an exciting environment. I am so pleased I learned new concepts and principles about leadership. Amazingly, I retained the information better because the year involved practical work. I am grateful for the experience because I was introduced to skills applicable to my life. As I reflect on the years learning, I could not be more excited about what is to come next. The Hero’s Journey assignment became a vital assignment with great meaning....   [tags: Personal Experience] 1224 words
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Personal Value Philosophy Paper - ... Development aspects for this writer have increased with the knowledge and cultivation of Erick Erickson “Psychosocial Stages of Adult Development”. Erickson’s belief system states the majority of critical thinking occurs when in conflict with another person. To develop a sense of understanding helps an individual realize it is more valuable to focus on the stage in life the person is probably experiencing rather than his or her actions. The writer firmly believes Erickson was the one theorist acutely aware of the massive influences of culture, and external world on one’s individual’s behavior....   [tags: Reflection ]
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A Literary Imagination Put to a Halt - ... Her father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and half-brother had all passed away in her early years. Peggy Skaggs states, “True, she must have been taught that she should become a traditional wife and mother, subordinating herself to masculine authority. But at home and school she had, with few exceptions, seen only women actually exercising authority. Perhaps this inconsistency between training and experiences contributed to the paradox between her own apparently happy marriage and her creation in fiction of female characters who feel stifled by the marriage relationship.” (Skaggs 2-3) Most of Chopin’s writing shows a negative depiction of men and the turmoil the women in those men’s life have to go through, despite her seemingly happy marriage....   [tags: Biography ]
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A model for evidence based course development in nursing - ... Lawton’s (1983:24-39) created a model of cultural analysis based on the assumption that a course is a representation of cultural heritage and societal expectation. Course development encompasses selecting appropriate cultural perspectives. Facilitating selections requires appreciating the context of a course. Based on the models mentioned above, a situational analysis is essential for evidence based nursing course development activity. Situational analysis involves developing an educational strategy that is essential to ensure that information is current....   [tags: Health Care, Nursing] 1643 words
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Tough economic times: The impact on employee motivation and morale - ... 106; Robbins & Coulter, 2007). Productivity is the performance measure including both effectiveness and efficiency and divided by the inputs needed to generate desired output (Robbins & Coulter, 2007; Robbins & Judge, 2010). Turnover: “is the voluntary and involuntary permanent withdrawal from an organization” (Robbins & Coulter, 2007, p. 389). Motivation A literature review was performed to examine the different types of motivational theories and two distinct categories became apparent, they fall into either Content Theory (Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory) which focuses on motivational factors within a person or the Process Theory (Adam’s Equity Theory) which focuses on external factors to provide motivation (Gibson, et al., 2009)....   [tags: Business, Employee Satisfaction] 1663 words
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Free Trade - ... “Trade off can simply be defined as giving up something that you like to get something that you like” (Principle of microeconomics). The second principle of how people make decisions is by realizing that the cost of something is what you give up to get it. Due to the fact that people generally face trade-offs, decision making requires comparing the costs and benefits analysis of other alternative courses of action. When making decision you must have an opportunity cost which is what you give up to obtain something else....   [tags: Economics]
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Telemedicine Program - ... The decision to bring clinical services using telemedicine technology must begin with an understanding of what should be done and what can be done. Certainly, many sub-specialty services are needed in the rural settings. However, an attempt to bring too many services too fast to these far flung clinics may well lead to failure and frustration. We are recommending a measured approach where telemedicine services can be established in three rural offices; Clinic Alpha, Clinic Bravo, and Clinic Charlie....   [tags: Health Care] 1594 words
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Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown - Moral and Philosophical Considerations - Young Goodman Brown: Moral and Philosophical Considerations The terror and suspense in the Hawthorne story function as integral parts of the allegory that defines the story's theme. In allegory (a narrative containing a meaning beneath the surface one), there is usually a one-to-one relationship; that is, one idea or object in the narrative stands for only one idea or object allegorically. A story from the Old Testament illustrates this. The pharaoh of Egypt dreamed that seven fat cows were devoured by seven lean cows....   [tags: Young Goodman Brown YGB] 954 words
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The Very Unhappy Ending of Lord of the Flies - The Very Unhappy Ending of Lord of the Flies   William Golding's Lord of the Flies indeed has a happy ending in the literal sense. The boys are rescued as their foolish cruelty reaches its apex by the loving, caring, and matured outside world. On the other hand, by whom and what are the boys rescued. Symbolically, the "happy ending" is exactly the opposite. Far from sacrificing artistic excellence, Golding's ending confirms the author's powerful symbolism. Readers know ample about the boys society and where it heads long before the "rescue." Ralph will be killed and to remain a perpetual gift to the "beastie." The boys' xenophobic view of the beastie is ironically unfounded because the beastie emerges from within the boys: they themselves are the dangerous and scary monsters for all to fear, and they kill the first person to suggest so (Simon)....   [tags: Lord of the Flies Essays] 835 words
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The Conflicted Japan of Yukio Mishima’s Spring Snow - The Conflicted Japan of Yukio Mishima’s Spring Snow Yukio Mishima was a revolutionary author. His dramatic public suicide is the perfect capstone to a life full of turmoil and unrest. Mishima himself was as conflicted as his many stories and plays, which tend to play out the problem of which direction is Japan heading, and should the nation be developing that way. Mishima romanticized the samurai and nurtured a lifelong affair with traditional Japanese theater. At the same time, he admired the West and studied Western art and literature avidly....   [tags: Spring Snow] 1627 words
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Zora Neale Hurston - Celebrating the Culture of Black Americans - Zora Neale Hurston - Celebrating the Culture of Black Americans In her life and in her writings, Zora Neale Hurston, with the South and its traditions as her backdrop, celebrated the culture of black Americans, Negro love and pride with a feminine perspective that was uncommon and untapped in her time. While Hurston can be considered one of the greats of African-American literature, it’s only recently that interest in her has been revived after decades of neglect (Peacock 335). Sadly, Hurston’s life and Hurston’s writing didn’t receive notoriety until after her death in 1960....   [tags: Zora Neale Hurston]
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Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: The Parson’s Tale - Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: The Parson’s Tale The critical acclaim for The Canterbury Tales as a whole is matched by the puzzlement over the work’s conclusion, the “Parson’s Tale” and Chaucer’s retraction. By modern standards, it hardly seems the “merry tale” the Parson promises his audience, and after the liveliness of much of the rest of the Tales, it appears to close the work not with a bang, but a whimper. However, this does not mean that the tale and retraction aren’t worthy of consideration, both independently and in the larger context of Chaucer’s masterpiece....   [tags: Chaucer Canterbury Parson Essays]
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Computer Culture - Computer Culture I registered for this capstone course simply because its description in the English Department course guide intrigued me. I never imagined that the central issues of the course would intersect so often and so dynamically with the postmodern ideas of truth and representation in which I was already immersed. I first articulated (for myself) the differences between oral and literate culture in a post to our class listserv on November 15, 2001. The major difference between oral and literate cultures is the primacy of the word itself....   [tags: Technology Internet Essays] 1596 words
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Career Passports and Career Portfolios - Career Passports and Career Portfolios Portfolios have long been used in some professions to showcase professional work and skill. In education, portfolios have also been used for assessment, including self-assessment (Lankes 1995; Pond et al. 1998). Both career portfolios and career passports reflect this dual focus—students assess themselves in the process of developing a product, and the resulting product showcases and documents their experiences and skills. A distinction is sometimes drawn between a portfolio as developmental and a passport as summative (Bridging the Gap 1993)....   [tags: Career Passports Portfolios Essays]
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The Washington Monument - The Washington Monument The most stunning monument in our capital is the Washington Monument. At 555 feet high, it is the tallest such monument in the world. It is an obelisk by shape, yet not a true obelisk because it is not carved out of a single stone. The monument was built at intervals between 1848 and 1885. It memorializes George Washington's achievements and his devotion to principles and to his country. The Washington Monument has an interesting history. The idea of a monument celebrating George Washington was first considered by the Continental Congress in 1783....   [tags: Architecture History Historical Essays]
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Agony And The Ecstacy - The Agony and the Ecstacy depicts Michelangelo’s struggle to become the embodiment of Renaissance humanism. In the course of the novel Michelangelo must overcome the interference of his family, religious dogma, political intrigue, papal patronage, military campaigns, and artistic jealousy to realize his artistic ambition. Despite his father’s opposition, twelve-year-old Michelangelo becomes an apprentice, first to painter Ghirlandaio and then to Bertoldo, a sculptor, who directs a school financed by Lorenzo de’ Medici, patron of Florentine art....   [tags: essays research papers] 1845 words
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ancient mid-east history - History, or at least the study thereof, as shown by class, is divided into three specific categories: remembered, recovered and invented--each having their own benefits and downfalls. The main purpose of studying history is to gather information about the past; to see the cause and effects of different situations; to see how this information can be applied to our lives, to understand why and how and others think in certain ways; and thus eventually lead to a better appreciation different peoples—one way or another....   [tags: essays research papers] 1396 words
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Zora Neale Hurston - Zora Neale Hurston was a phenomenal woman. At the height of her success she was known as the “Queen of the Harlem Renaissance.” She came to overcome obstacles that were placed in front of her. Hurston rose from poverty to fame and lost it all at the time of her death. Zora had an unusual life; she was a child that was forced to grow up to fast. But despite Zora Neale Hurston’s unsettled life, she managed to surmount every obstacle to become one of the most profound authors of the century. Zora Neale Hurston was born January 7, 1891 in Eatonville, Florida, the fifth of eight children to Reverend John Hurston and Lucy Potts Hurston....   [tags: Zora Neale Hurston] 1146 words
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Significance of the Night of the Long Knives for Hitler's Power - Significance of the Night of the Long Knives for Hitler's Power In the interwar years of 1933 to 1939, Europe saw the rise of Nazi Germany, which was to become the capstone of the inter-war period, and led to the eruption of World War II, shattering the fragile peace overseen by the League of Nations. But how did a party that was in a state of political decline manage this. The Nazi regime's advancement was paralleled by the life of its leader, Adolf Hitler, who perfected his oratorical skills and worked for the advancement of the Nazi party....   [tags: Papers] 1420 words
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Nazi Germany(1919-1938) - Nazi Germany(1919-1938) Summary [IMAGE]The rise of Nazi Germany was the capstone of the inter-war period, and led to the outbreak of World War II, shattering the tenuous peace. The Nazi regime's progress was paralleled by the life of its leader, Adolf Hitler. Born in a small town in Austria, Hitler dreamed of being an artist. Unable to demonstrate sufficient artistic skill for entrance into the art academy in Vienna, he did odd jobs and developed an interest in politics....   [tags: Papers] 1071 words
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The Impact of ICT on an Adult in Employment Including the Effect on His/Her Working Style - The Impact of ICT on an Adult in Employment Including the Effect on His/Her Working Style Rapid changes in information and communication technology (ICT) over the last decades have had a radical impact on how today’s organisations work, cooperate and compete. Information systems, Telecommunication and the Internet challenge the thinking on organisational structures and industry boundaries and fuel the debate on globalisation. The growth and subsequent burst of the dot-com bubble demonstrates how firms continue to struggle how to best take advantage of the new technological possibilities....   [tags: Papers] 808 words
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Difficulty Writing an essay at Tertiary Level - Writing an essay at Tertiary level is an extremely difficult process.   Introduction The ability to write a quality piece of writing at the tertiary level is a procedure that does not come easily. As mentioned in Marshall and Rowland (2006, p.195).the complexity of developing a style of writing that is personal and academic while processing and developing thoughts and concepts into a presentable piece of academic writing can be a daunting process ( myself included ). This essay will discuss some of the barriers a student may experience during their writing experience....   [tags: English Writing]
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Democracy is NOT Right for All Nations - Is Democracy the Right Thing For All Nations. No, Democracy is Not Right For All Nations. Merriam-Webster defines the word Democracy as a government by the people, rule of the majority, a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections. It is a government designed for the peoples choice for their ruling of themselves and others within their community or even nation over political, economic, and matters for the well being of their survival....   [tags: Politics Government] 1102 words
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Decisions In Paradise - Decisions in Paradise II In Decisions in Paradise I, the many problems facing the Morales Importers company were discussed. Also discussed were many of the possible solutions to those problems and how those solutions could affect the company and the island of Kava. At this portion of the process, we want to apply some of the various decision-making techniques to find the best solutions. The problem has been identified as a failure to thrive on the island of Kava. The goals and objectives include cleaning up and organizing the office spaces, finding somebody to take over the receptionist’s duties, and minimizing the effects of natural disasters on the company....   [tags: Business Strategy Management] 731 words
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Decisions In Paradise - Abstract This paper will describe the evaluation stage of the decision-making steps. Working through the last part of the nine step process Nik and Alex will review the factors that will have to be considered during implementation. Nik and Alex will work to evaluate resources that will be needed during this phase of the decision-making process. Once the implementation has taken place measuring the process will be necessary to ensure that the plan stays on track. The evaluation of the stakeholders and the ethical implications of the solution will also need to be evaluated to ensure a proper solution has taken place....   [tags: Decision Making Model Analysis] 771 words
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Progress Report Of My Educational and Career Goals - Progress Report Of My Educational and Career Goals I am writing to bring you up to date on the progress that I have made on my educational goals, career goals, goals completed, goals in progress, fie year goals and action steps, ten year goals and actions steps, and potential obstacles to achieving goals. I am confident you will find the results of the report useful for evaluating the progress of my educational and career goals. Educational Goals: Education is extremely important part of my past, present, and future goals....   [tags: Personal Narrative Education ] 1400 words
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Differing Opinions of Bleak House - Differing Opinions of Bleak House When Bleak House, by Charles Dickens, was published in 1853, it did not go unnoticed by critics. The reviews of the period where anything but tepid in tone or opinion in regard to Dickens’ newest novel. Most notably, the critics were concerned with the structure of the novel, characterization, and, in particular, Esther as a plausible character. By singling out reviewers from different publications of the time, it is possible to see what the public in 1853 was reading about Bleak House in regard to these issues....   [tags: Bleak House essay]
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Mountain Against the Sea - ... In the first half of the book, Tamari addresses the growing challenges of the outlying, coastal communities that were being heavily influenced by European consumerism and contributing to the rise of bourgeois urbanites. Tamari uses this geographic dichotomy of inland/coastal communities as a jumping off point to describe the underlying changes that were taking place prior to the Nakba and the resultant urban fundamentalism after the Nakba. Urban fundamentalism is among the most important themes in the first half of the book and describes today’s religious fundamentalism as something purely urban – partly as a result of the destruction of the coastal cities and rural small towns that have led to a nostalgic traditionalism....   [tags: History, Zionist, British] 1486 words
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Culture Clash - Italian culture has a rich history that includes art, classic architecture, music, popular traditions and customs. Many people who visit Italy are somewhat surprised by the diversity of the dialects, cuisines, architecture, and craftsmanship. My father, Giuseppe, now deceased, was born in Sannicandro, province of Bari, Italy (Region: Puglia, - southern agricultural area near the Adriatic coast). My mother is of Italian descent and both her parents were born in Italy. I have always been proud that I am the son of an Italian immigrant and feel that my Italian heritage has helped me to develop my character and my work ethic....   [tags: Personal Essays] 1056 words
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Haunted America, the Value of History - In the essay Haunted America, Patricia Nelson Limerick ponders whether or not there is any benefit for society to have historical knowledge. Limerick contradicts herself numerous times in her opinion on the usefulness of history. She implies that there are many lessons that can be learned from history. However, Limerick is disappointed in the human race because it fails to learn from the mistakes of others. She therefore wonders, "What do we gain besides a revival and restoration of the misery?" (Limerick, 473)....   [tags: American Literature] 625 words
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