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Globalization and Fragmentation - The question has been asked whether Thomas Friedman or William Duiker was correct in their opinions about globalization and fragmentation. It appears that both authors are correct and their reasons are interconnected. If the world has become closer because of the economic markets and the internet, than it makes the debate that the world is flat relevant (William Duiker, 2010). Thomas Friedman says that technology is equalizing the playing fields between wealthy and impoverished countries. With other countries catching up and even mastering technology in some instances, it allows to them to play on the same fields as the United States and other super powers....   [tags: International Business]
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Fragmentation of Personality - "Fragmentation of Personality as it Applies to the Character of Sabina in Anaїs Nin's The Spy in the House of Love, and the Works of Sigmund Freud" Personality is often considered to be singular and structured, however, in reality it is composed of many contradictory characteristics. The human psyche can be multi-layered, with different aspects of the personality being revealed in different environments. This concept of a fragmented personality is explored in the novel, A Spy In The House of Love, by Anaїs Nin, as well as in the works of psychologist, Sigmund Freud....   [tags: World Literature] 1212 words
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The Use of Fragmentation in Slaughterhouse-Five - The Use of Fragmentation in Slaughterhouse-Five In the novel Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut uses fragmentation of time, structure and character in order to unify his non-linear narrative. Vonnegut's main character, Billy Pilgrim, travels back and forth in his own life span "paying random visits to all events in between" (SF 23). The result is Billy's life is presented as a series of episodes without any chronological obligations. This mirrors the structure of the novel which has a beginning, middle and end but not in their traditional places....   [tags: Slaughterhouse-Five Essays] 1478 words
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Fragmentation of the Protestant Church - Fragmentation of the Protestant Church The major divisions of the Protestantism are Baptist, Presbyterians, Anglicans, Methodist, Lutheranism, Unitarianism, and Quakers (www.encyclopedia.com). Even the very first Protestant Reformers were unable to maintain a unity of faith or purpose. The divisions of Protestantism are just an example of the continued fragmentation of the churches. The tendency towards this divineness is a strength to the Protestantism religion. Originally, the Baptist had the same beliefs as the Protestant church had, with the exception of baptism....   [tags: Religion] 649 words
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Urban Population Dynamics as a Social Driver of Land Fragmentation - 3.2 Urban population dynamics Between 1990 and 2000, total population of the American West region increased from 52,786,082 to 63,197,932, which is 19.7% increment and it was the fastest among all four regions in the country (Perry and Mackun 2001). It is also a reflection of the population growth trend continued in the post-World War II period characterized by rapid growth of several Southwestern metropolitan cities. These “magnet” cities have been a popular destination for those looking to tap into burgeoning economic opportunities in the region as well as for those seeking to retire in a place with better “quality of life” and amenities—warmer climate, year round sunshine, and wilderness...   [tags: Population Growth]
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Migration in One Out of Many by V.S. Naipaul and The Old Chief Mshlanga by Doris Lessing - Migration of the human population began over a million years ago beginning in Africa and later across Asia and Europe. Since the beginning of human existence, migration has continued through both voluntary migration within one’s country or elsewhere and through involuntary migration, which includes the slave trade and human trafficking. The movement of labor to capital can simply illustrate modern migration, in its purest form. Because of the constant migration of humans across the globe, the assimilation of many cultures was forced....   [tags: alienation, fragmentation]
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Adverse Impacts of Landscape Fragmentation on Biodiversity - Adverse Impacts of Landscape Fragmentation on Biodiversity Landscape fragmentation can impose devastating and irreversible consequences on the biodiversity of ecosystems. Because of the conflicting interests between ecology and human economic benefit, it has become increasingly important to find solutions for a harmonic balance. It is imperative for people to recognize the impacts of biodiversity loss and increased extinction of many species. These impacts must be understood in order to protect landscapes and the immense biodiversity they contain....   [tags: Environmental Ecosystems Essays]
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The Fragmentation of the Political Party System in 1860s - The Fragmentation of the Political Party System in 1860s A majority of Americans thought that the election of 1860 would determine the future of the Union. A compromise could not be reached on the slavery issue between the North and the South. Northerners wanted to abolish slavery altogether and Southerners wanted the expansion of slavery into the territories. There were four presidential candidates for the election, and only one of them was pro-slavery. John Breckinridge was the Southern Democratic candidate who supported slavery....   [tags: US American History] 932 words
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Reproducing Quantitatively and Realistically the Fragmentation Process Documented in Rock Cutting Experiments - While domestic oil reserves remain plentiful at present, this supply is increasingly concentrated in geologically challenging and operationally complex settings such as deep formations, deepwater offshore, and lower permeability formations. Drilling a well into a reservoir is an expensive and time-consuming operation. In deep wells, the rate of penetration (ROP) is one of the major issues. Low ROP (e.g. 3 to 5 ft/hr) is mainly a result of the elevated compressive strength of the highly overburdened formations encountered at greater depths....   [tags: Research Proposal]
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Defragmentation in Technology with Concepts in Theoretical Philosophy - The purpose of this paper is to juxtapose the idea of ‘Fragmentation’ in technology with concepts in theoretical philosophy. The concept of ‘Fragmentation’ Fragmentation is a technological phenomenon which occurs in computers. The process takes place in the hard disk when a file or data is being deleted or saved or changed. The changes made are being saved at another location, different from the location where the original file is being stored. Additional changes keep getting saved at different locations leading to fragmentation of both the data and the hard disk....   [tags: fragmentation, hard disk, computers]
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Elements of Post-Modernism in Literature - Post modernism is a very difficult concept to define. A French philosopher once defined post modernism as an "incredulity toward all meta narratives," which basically means a skeptical attitude toward all claims of absolute truth. Post modern writers use elements and techniques that provoke the reader to question their reading experience and scrutinize their own personal understanding of life and the values of their society. There are excellent examples of post modern writers using elements of post modern writing, such as irony, magic realism and fragmentation in the short stories read in Ms....   [tags: magic realism, irony, fragmentation, ] 2033 words
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Alienation and Fragmentation in Modernist Literature - With Sasha Jansen, Jean Rhys created in Good Morning, Midnight a female character who does not have a place in the world. Sasha walks the streets of Paris, commenting, reflecting, remembering. Her few coping-mechanisms show how deeply she is already alienated from the world, even from herself. As a reader you get this fed bit by bit, in fragments, jumping between the actual narration, memories and inner monologues. As a woman in Paris in the late 1930s Sasha Jansen is far ahead of her time. In her book about Jean Rhys, Elaine Savory says about Sasha: "She lives in the 1930s, when women were supposed to gain social standing through marriage to a man (preferably of means), or, if they remained...   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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T.S. Eliot’s Powerful Use of Fragmentation in The Waste Land - T.S. Eliot’s Powerful Use of Fragmentation in The Waste Land T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land is an elaborate and mysterious montage of lines from other works, fleeting observations, conversations, scenery, and even languages. Though this approach seems to render the poem needlessly oblique, this style allows the poem to achieve multi-layered significance impossible in a more straightforward poetic style. Eliot’s use of fragmentation in The Waste Land operates on three levels: first, to parallel the broken society and relationships the poem portrays; second, to deconstruct the reader’s familiar context, creating an individualized sense of disconnection; and third, to challenge the reader to see...   [tags: T.S. Eliot Waste Land Essays]
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Privatizing the Public Sphere - Privatizing the Public Sphere The privatization and fragmentation of space in post-industrial urban America is a widespread social problem. As society becomes even more globalized as a result of technological advances, the rampant spread of a privatized public realm is ever-increasing. Public space is needed as a center in which to bring people together to share a common place. It is within public spaces that public life unfolds and without public spaces such as parks, streets, and buildings, the mixing of classes will become increasingly uncommon....   [tags: Industrialization Fragmentation Essays] 1560 words
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Corridor Analysis - Corridor Analysis The United States is centered on the economic development, more specifically on the creation of wealth. It is understandable that creating wealth is of great importance, but continued economic development has lead to degradation of our environment. Therefore, presently we need sustained economic development in conjunction with responsible environmental and resource protection. As development increases, natural linkages within the landscape continue to be fragmented and remnant natural habitats become isolated....   [tags: Fragmentation Corridors Argumentative Papers]
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How to Measure Energy Cosmic Rays - Cosmic rays are to scientists much like photons are to astronomers. Just as astronomers use light (or photons) to view our galaxy and beyond, scientists use cosmic rays to infer useful properties about our galaxy. In fact, cosmic rays offer one of the few ways in which scientists can actually sample real matter outside of our solar system. By identifying the various nuclei that are dispersed throughout our Galaxy, scientists hope to unravel the mechanisms that actually produce these nuclei -- from stellar nucleosynthesis to nucleosynthesis within supernovae to nuclear fragmentation....   [tags: cosmic rays, galaxy, nuclear fregmentation] 1864 words
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A TOOL FOR ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC MEMORY ALLOCATORS - This paper describes a tool for the observation and analysis of the most important dynamic memory allocator metrics under various use cases. At first the problem which this tool aims to solve is introduced, following with the tool design description, which is the main focus of the paper. Current status of the work is briefly discussed in the conclusion. Introduction Dynamic memory allocators (abbreviated DMA) are fundamental part of the operating systems, providing memory allocated at runtime to the programs....   [tags: Computer Science] 1499 words
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Health Care IT and Quality Health Care - ... The forthcoming passages will illustrate initiatives and barriers to adopting health IT (HIT), as well as critical factors relating to successful adoption. The goal is to establish a realistic guide to increasing the possibility of successful implementation. 2.1 Fragmentation Health care fragmentation, as interpreted by Einer Elhauge (2010), Petrie Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, occurs when a patient receives poorly managed care. Such care exists on many levels. During a hospital stay, for example, a patient may express an aspirin allergy to a nurse who, in turn, does not effectively document or communicate that allergy....   [tags: improve health care, medication, treatment]
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The Rise of The Western World - The Rise of The Western World During the sixteenth century, the world powers weren’t the same as today. At the time, no country was greater than China. China’s advanced technology, fertile and irrigated plains, great canal system, and well run administration, were some of its numerous advantages over the rival countries. Although China was unquestionably superior when compared to all other world powers, some civilizations were not far behind. The Muslim world was quickly expanding during the sixteenth century....   [tags: History, Europe] 759 words
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A Threat To Wildlife And Bio-Diversity - A Threat To Wildlife And Bio-Diversity Thesis Statement: The acceleration and diversification of human induced disturbances upon natural ecosystems during the past decades has contributed to wildlife habitat fragmentation. The changes in land use have driven wildlife managers to reconsider the benefits previously attributed to the Edge Effects on wildlife diversity. Habitat fragmentation has been recognized as a major threat to the survival of natural populations and to the functioning of ecosystems....   [tags: Nature Natural Animals Essays]
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Preservation of Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Habitat - Preservation of Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Habitat Ever since 1973, when the Endangered Species Act came into being, conservationists and private landowners have been debating over whether to preserve the habitats of many endangered species found in unprotected areas (Ligon et al, 1986). Increasing levels of human development has led to the cutting of old-growth forests and construction of roads and other physical barriers to wildlife. These activities have greatly contributed to the fragmentation of wildlife habitat, which has had detrimental effects on the population structure and survivorship of the affected area’s indigenous species....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Nature Essays]
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The Causes of Deforestation in the Amazon Rain Forest - The Causes of Deforestation in the Amazon Rain Forest        The Amazon Rain Forest crosses several national boundaries in South America, although the majority of it is located in Brazil. It covers over 3,562,000 acres, making it the largest in the world. But globally, over 138,600 acres of rain forest are lost each year to deforestation, 50,000 of those in Brazil alone (Holdsforth), and the world's rain forests are quickly disappearing. Deforestation in the Amazon occurs primarily for three reasons: clear-cutting, fragmentation, and edge effects....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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Managerial Work Time And Space: Literature Review - Time and space in managerial work: literature review In the article of Stefan Tengblad (2002, Time and space in managerial work, Scandinavian Journal of Management, pp. 543-566.), the working behaviour of top management in the internationalised economy is investigated. He studied the behaviour of eight CEOs in Sweden. The purpose of his article is to make a comparison with CEO behaviour 50 years ago by using similar methods as the classic study "Executive Behaviour" (Carlson, 1951). Both similarities and differences are examined....   [tags: Business Management] 724 words
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I’m Trying to Order at McDonald’s, but I’m talking to Someone in India? - Hu Jintao, the current leader of the People’s Republic of China, once said, “Diversity in the world is a basic characteristic of human society, and also the key condition for a lively and dynamic world as we see today.” (Diversity Quotes) People of the world have experienced war and peace among nations, but there is no specific theory as to why certain countries always cause conflict. Fragmentation, global supply chains and other reasons have been apparent in the analysis behind wars, but the most precise and logical guess is Thomas Friedman’s Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention....   [tags: Globalization, Supply Chain]
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The tectonic evolution and importance of Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica - 1. Introduction Marie Byrd Land (MBL) is a massif within West Antarctica that is of critical importance in understanding the evolution of the West Antarctic Rift System (WARS). Although the WARS is comparable in size other rift systems, it is poorly understood due to extensive ice cover (LeMasurier, 2008). MBL contains exposures which inform on the behavior of the WARS over time (Cande et al., 2000; Steinberger et al., 2004) and the potential for subglacial volcanism associated with the system to destabilize the West Antarctic ice sheet, thus causing an instantaneous rise in sea level (Blankenship et al, 1993)....   [tags: West Antarctic Rift System, tectonics]
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Naval Authors' Contributions to Science Fiction and Postmodernism - The influence of the navy on literature is not necessarily a traditional topic in Western canon. The issue of maritime concerns can be traced as far back as Homer's Odyssey with a military leader taking the role of the protagonist. It is not just through content that naval concerns have influenced Western literature, but through the experiences of authors in serving their nations. Soldiers and veterans have long turned to literature during and following service, for a variety of reasons. It is in the twentieth century that American sailors began to seriously influence the genres in which they wrote....   [tags: literary analysis, navy]
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The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock - T.S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” is an ironic depiction of a man’s inability to take decisive action in a modern society that is void of meaningful human connection. The poem reinforces its central idea through the techniques of fragmentation, and through the use of Eliot’s commentary about Prufrock’s social world. Using a series of natural images, Eliot uses fragmentation to show Prufrock’s inability to act, as well as his fear of society. Eliot’s commentary about Prufrock’s social world is also evident throughout....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]
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Death & Deferral in Synecdoche, NY - Like most great art, Charlie Kaufman’s brilliant movie Synecdoche, NY stimulates contemplation about some of life’s deeper questions. What does it mean to be in the world. What is the meaning of life. What is the meaning of death. The movie does not answer these questions. In fact, director Charlie Kaufman shares the postmodern viewpoint that Truth and Reality (i.e. the answers) as some objective ideal outside of everyday life/language and individual perspective do not even exist. The movie subscribes to the idea that meaning and being are deferred and that fully present meaning and being are denied....   [tags: Charlie Kaufman, Movie Analysis] 1587 words
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Review of Army of Shadows - In Army of Shadows (2008), Hillel Cohen reexamines the typical historical narratives about Palestinian perspectives prior to the Nakba. Much of the discussion pertains to the changes that took place within the mindsets of numerous groups of Palestinians during the British Mandate. It could be beneficial to compare the approach and methodologies of Hillel Cohen's book to Ilan Pappe's The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (2006) and his reassessment of Israel's historical memory. Pappe focuses on the planning and actions that were taken to ensure an ethnically cleansed Israel and places this in direct contrast with current perspectives of historical rhetoric....   [tags: Palestine, Hillel Cohen, Palestinian nationalism] 1185 words
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Healthcare in the United States - Healthcare in the United States is rooted in the private sector. The private sector directly funds 56% of the expenditures through private health insurance, household expenditures and copays, and other private expenditures. (CMS, 2014) The US healthcare system can thank the private sector for providing much strength such as new diagnostic technologies, innovative treatments and procedures, and dynamism. American hospitals and physicians are regarded internationally as being of high quality. Americans can also be proud that the physician- patient relationship is among the most trusted and valued relationships in the country....   [tags: health, hospitals]
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Clorox Portfolio Analysis: Marketing Strategy - ... On the international front, Clorox wants to keep driving growth in divisions and regions where the company has good presence and an upper hand in terms of competitiveness. These regions include Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the Middle East (Mylant, 2013). Strategic Recommendations for Clorox Clorox is currently encountering several threats, it is therefore important for it to further seek growth options and adopt a best alternative strategy in order to increase its sales and profits. There are many alternatives appropriate in the industry which Clorox can follow to gain the advantage over its competitors....   [tags: Products, Cost, Strategy ]
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The Divisons Within Canada - The Divisons Within Canada "Hey, I am not a lumberjack or fur trader, and I don't live in an igloo or eat blubber or own a dog sled and I don't know Jimmy, Sally, or Suzie from Canada, although I am certain they're really, really nice....   [tags: Papers] 1899 words
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Representation of Women - Representation is the way in which the media constructs aspects of 'reality' including people, places, events, culture, ethnicity and issues. Representation is a complex concept in which we try to understand how the media constructs its messages and how audiences respond to that message. For this essay I will be looking at the way in which women are represented in the Britney Spears' Fantasy perfume advertisement, and the 2011 Coco Mademoiselle advertisement featuring Keira Knightly. Feminism has been a social philosophy for quite a long time and over the last four decades the role of women and their rights has changed dramatically in the Western world....   [tags: advertisement, Britney Spears, Coco Mademoiselle]
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A Critical Essay on Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher (1839) - The twenty first century author Alexandra Iftodi Zamfir (1986- ) argues that “architecture and settings are more important in Gothic fiction than in any other type of literature…all architectural elements are closely connected with Gothic protagonists and the plot.” (Zamfir. 2011: 15). This critical essay will first consider and analyse this statement and investigate the style, language and form of the American author Edgar Allan Poe’s (1809-1849) macabre and Gothic fictional prose The Fall of the House of Usher (1839) (Poe....   [tags: Literacy Analysis ]
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The United Nations Peacebuilding Architecture: A Tool or an Obstacle to Coordination? - The United Nations Peacebuilding Architecture: A Tool or an Obstacle to Greater Coordination. I. Introduction Peacebuilding is the phenomenon in which an array of international and national actors collaborate within various support structures in order to address the fundamental/root causes of violence, solidify peace, and avoid a relapse into conflict in fragile states. With the rise of globalization and increased interdependence among states has brought about economic growth and development; however, greater interconnectivity has also created a volatile environment for renewed violence and conflict to occur, particularly in fragile and post-war states....   [tags: International Conflict ]
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Organization Effectiveness: Changing Media Landscape Presents Unique Challenge to Newspaper Managers - In the movie Citizen Kane (1941), Orson Welles plays Charles Foster Kane, the owner of a financially struggling newspaper. Kane shows little concern as his newspaper continually loses money: I did lose a million dollars last year. I expect to lose a million dollars this year. I expect to lose a million dollars next year. You know, Mr. Thatcher, at the rate of a million dollars a year, I'll have to close this place in 60 years. (Welles) In the world of Citizen Kane, economic losses do not equate to a loss of newspaper effectiveness; in the modern world, they do....   [tags: Journalism ]
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Analysis of Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children and Virginia Woolfe’s Mrs. Dalloway - Transitions of place, time, and character are key to the storytelling in Salman Rushdie's “Midnight's Children” and Virginia Woolfe’s “Mrs. Dalloway”. Rushdie explores the History, Nationalism and Hybridism of the nation of India after they became independent of Great Britain. Woolfe comments heavily on English society more through her description of her characters, and the weaving of time and place is an effective way to telling the stories of her characters as we follow them through a single day....   [tags: literary analysis, literary criticism] 1603 words
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Environmental Impact Assessment and Mitigation Measures on the Chilterns AONB - 1. Introduction: Background High Speed 2 (HS2) is a proposed high speed train between London and the west Midlands. The project was established in January 2009 by a company set up by the government to consider the construction of a high speed railway in UK. This train will be able to travel up to 400 kph by year 2020. High speed trains have been successfully introduced in countries like Germany, France and Spain (hs2, 2011). The construction of the high-speed railway would reduce journey times from London to Birmingham to 49 minutes and from London to Manchester and Leeds to 80 minutes....   [tags: Environment ]
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The Fall of Both Mubarak’s Regime and the Legal Opposition - Introduction : By the end of Mubarak’s rule, the legalised political opposition in Egypt was already a mirror to the regime it was presumed to challenge: discreditable, central, aging and undemocratic. Systematic state repression and internal divisions fragmented the opposition and deviated it from the role assumed by its counterparts in liberal democracies. Instead of competitive interaction with the regime, the legal opposition stationed itself as an integral part of the authoritarian polity....   [tags: Egyptian Politics, Authoritarian Rule]
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Unreliable Narration and Its Effects in a Modernist Text - Modernist text speaks about the historical and social context of WWI. As a movement, modernism highlights the impact of the war and its impact on society. Two modernistic authors during WWI, Ford Madox Ford and Ernest Hemingway choose to express their text with fragmented timelines, to juxtapose war and the relationships in society. Yet, modernist text exposes the usage of dialogue as a mode that fragments the reader’s mind through the singular or multi-focalisation of events that adds to the reliability of the narrator....   [tags: Literature]
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The view of God from the Bible's Perspective - The biblical standpoint on the view of God may be summed up in two verses, “The LORD, The LORD God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness and truth, Keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, and that will by no means clear the guilty; visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, and upon the children's children, unto the third and to the fourth generation.” (Exodus 34:6-7) This clearly indicates the attributes of God as merciful and just, forgiving and stern....   [tags: Religion, Bible, God] 1134 words
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The United States and the Benefits of Globalization - Globalization is a concept with a variety of meanings making it quite confusing. The concept includes a wide variety of events as well as aspects of personal and social life. However, some scholars have attempted to offer some definitions of this concept: It has been defined as the increasing unification in the economic order of the world via the reduction of barriers to free international trade like tariffs, import quotas, and export fees. Globalization describes the process in which regional economies, cultures, and societies have become integrated via transportation, communication, and trade (Croucher 10)....   [tags: Outsourcing, Offshoring, Free Trade]
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Study of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago - The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is a Small Island Developing State and as such, faces much vulnerability with respect to climate change and sea level rise. Hence, planning in the coastal zone is a key area of interest for the islands sustainable development in this era of built development. As a result of built development and development along the coast, the practise of land reclamation has caused the removal of wetland vegetation which is an essential part of the coastal zone. Considering the physical definition of the coastal zone as described by Wade and Webber (2002) as the ridge to reef concept as well as supporting content from authors such as Cicin-Sain and Knetch (1998), the rem...   [tags: trinidad & tobago, canopi swamp, land cover]
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Dilemmas Faced by Christians in the Military - Many prayers these days include a blessing for the soldiers. It really does not matter where the plea for the troops comes in a prayer; it may be in the middle or tacked on to the end, but it sounds something like the following: “Lord bless our troops, and bring them home safely.” Yes, bless the troops, and every one wants each one to come home safely. However, this is a very general prayer. People use the verb “bless” because they really do not know what to say. What does it mean to “bless?” Some people can relate to the soldiers but most cannot....   [tags: Military Christians] 1992 words
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Frog Extinctions as Indicators of Environmental Problems - Tiny or large, smelly or poisonous, there are many kinds of frogs and are excellent indicators of the quality of the overall environment. To this day, scientists continue to find new varieties of frogs never been discovered all over the world. Recently, tiny frogs [its scientific name is Eleutherodactylus Iberia, smaller than a U.S. dime, were discovered under old leaves in Cuba in 1996 (“The World’s Smallest Frog”). See-through glass frogs were discovered in the Upper Nangaritza Basin in southeastern Ecuador which had previously been known to live only in one area of northeastern Peru ("Ugly" Salamander Among New Species Found in Ecuador”)....   [tags: Ecology ]
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Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) in the UK - INTRODUCTION Over the last decade, product marketing and ways through which communication takes place between manufacturers and consumers has changed tremendously (Belch & Belch 2004). Due to the technological revolutions and the rise of innovations such as the mobile phones and the internet, control over information has shifted apparently from the manufacturer's hands to the hands of consumers (Belch & Belch 2004). The market environment has also changed due to globalization of marketing strategies, loss of confidence in media advertising, increased reliance on targeted communication methods, and media fragmentation and so on (Belch & Belch 2004)....   [tags: Integrated Marketing Communications]
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Condemned By a Perforated Sheet: Midnight's Children - In Salman Rushdie’s “Midnight’s Children,” Saleem Sinai clings to his silver spittoon inlaid with lapis lazuli (the spittoon given to his mother, Amina Sinai, by Rani of Cooch Naheen for her dowry) as a sort of personal talisman. The spittoon, responsible for his temporary memory loss (after hitting him in the head during an air raid), remains a symbol of his former life, a symbol he cherishes even when he is incapable of remembering what it means. The spittoon represents the former wholeness of his life, his family, his country....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Salman Rushdie]
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Techniques Used in As I Lay Dying - It all began when Addie Bundren, wife of Anse Bundren, became ill and passed away. She left one request for when she died, which was to be buried in Jefferson next to her father. Since her family is poor, everything that has to be done is done all by hand by the family. Cash, Addie’s oldest son, has to build the coffin that they will bury Addie in. To try and give her a “last gift,” Cash decides to build the coffin right outside of Addie’s window as she lays in her bed, dying. “As the family moves toward the unfamiliar landscape and community of Jefferson and toward new social identities, they are compelled to respond to pressures and limits that emerge in the context of new settings and so...   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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