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Main Reasons for the Fall of Feudalism

- Feudalism developed as a result of the frequent invasions made by the vikings during the Middle Ages around the 900s to early 1500s. Feudalism served its purpose by creating a system where the king would appoint lords that would appoint knights to appoint serfs that would be expected to work the land and fields in exchange for food, protection, and accommodations. It provided stability because lords were able to govern smaller groups of people through a system called manorialism. Feudalism allowed people to live in self-sufficient areas where it was not necessary to rely on trade or contact with other areas since people were interdependent....   [tags: agricultural and commercial revolutions]

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Discussion of the Main Reasons that have Resulted in the Bank Disintermediation

- Disintermediation could lead to economic crisis because of the importance of banks in the economy. Banks are very important in an economy because they provide safety for depositor, provide a wide variety of loans and offer other credit vehicles like cards and overdrafts. The bank connects surplus and deficit economic agents and significantly contributes to the progress of any economy through facilitation of business. • Economic Development: Banks facilitate the development of saving plans and are instruments of the government’s monetary strategic policies among others....   [tags: financial crisis,economic development, interests]

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Three Main Reasons why One Committs Plagiarism

- ... However, students believe that the internet was designed to provide us with the resources needed to achieve in all aspect of life; nevertheless, creating a danger in slothfulness. Greek History provides a background on stealing was authorized. Ephesians 4:28 states: “Let the thief no longer steal, but rather let him labor, doing honest work with his own hands, so that he may have something to share with anyone in need”(English Standard Version). Dr. Constable extracts Robertson’s argument that “Stealing was not wholly condemned by ancient heathen opinion....   [tags: Christian ingegrity]

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The Main Reasons for the Liberal Victory of 1906

- The Main Reasons for the Liberal Victory of 1906 During the late 19th century the Conservative party had dominated government for much of that period. However through much controversy over the years, it had left the party divided and weakened which eventually saw the Liberal party return to power in the 1906 elections. Before Tariff Reform became an issue the Liberals united to fight education legislation, which they disliked because government money was directed towards Anglican-run schools....   [tags: Papers]

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The Main Reasons of Anne Boleyn’s Execution

- Different kinds of theories are circling around about the reasons why Henry VIII had his second wife beheaded. It is known that the king, who was notorious for his cruelty and heartlessness, had viciousness. He had even his best friends and allies killed if they were thought guilty in defeating his power. However, his main enemies were his wives. He had six wives: Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr ( Two of them were beheaded: Anne Boleyn and her cousin, Catherine Howard....   [tags: History, Anne Boleyn’s Destiny]

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The Main Reasons That Have Resulted in The Bank Disintermediation

- In 1967, the term disintermediation was first brought into the banking industry and later became a popular term used in commerce generally in the 90s. Economics or financial policies are some of the factors leading to the phenomenon known as disintermediation which banks sometimes face. Bank disintermediation is a situation whereby funds which should ordinarily be invested in banks are directed into some other investment instruments such as assets backed securities and convertibles, which will be issued by the final user of the funds, in the process passing the banks as an intermediary....   [tags: banking industry,public deficit,disintermediation]

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What are the main reasons for Sony PlayStation’s profitability?

- What are the main reasons for Sony PlayStation’s profitability. In the year 1994, Sony launched its own video console called the PlayStation which is now one of the most well known and best selling gaming consoles in the whole world. The PlayStation has been even more successful since the product has been re-launched and innovated in 2000, called PlayStation 2. The secret behind the success of high profitability will be discussed in this coursework, primarily the main reasons have been Innovation, the Advertising Strategy applied and the rest of the marketing mix used by the Sony Corporation....   [tags: Business and Management Studies]

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What were the main reasons for the beginning of The Cold War between the USA and the USSR from 1945?

- The Cold War wasn’t a physical war fought between two opposing sides. Instead it was the name given to the relationship between Eastern European countries and Western European countries along with the USA. This “Cold” relationship between the USA and the USSR commenced and developed after World War Two. Although, naturally, one would expect these two allies during the war to have a strong, pleasant relationship with one another, this was not the case; there was a growing rivalry between the two instead....   [tags: World History]

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The Reasons for Resistance

- The world is changing at this very moment, as it has been for thousands of years. Life today is not the same as it was yesterday, nor will it be identical to tomorrow. Lives are changing, but this change does not affect merely the lives of individuals. Society as a whole is constantly undergoing modifications and other changes, both beneficially and unfavorably. People do not always readily accept this change. For ages, writers and great philosophers have been trying to discover the reasons that society makes an effort to resist this change, which comes through innovators and their new ideas....   [tags: Julius Caesar, Shakespeare]

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The Reasons for and Consequences of Divorce

- Different statistics have shown that the amount of people going through divorce have slowly increased and decreased trough out the years. The result from this break up are brutal the main victims being the children being left confused and uncomfortable. The higher the divorce rates the higher the school dropouts, the higher the violence in schools, the higher the rates of bullying, and physical abuse in the schools. The parents are to provide stability and support to their children, when that is taken away the parents, the children doesn’t know where to turn....   [tags: psychology, relationships, affected children]

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Reasons for the Expansion of Deforestation

- ... Deforestation is bringing consequences and negative effects to the world. Now that 70-80% of the world species are located in the tropical rainforest, the loss of species will be greatly affected by deforestation. ("Effects of Deforestation," n.d.).By this living creatures are losing their habitats and its leading to the extinction of species. Its been estimated that around 50 to 100 types of animals are lost each day.This brings as a consequence for medical researchers who depend on animals and plants for hunting and medicine....   [tags: agricultural activities, rainforest]

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My Reasons to Study Literature

- In my opinion the main reasons to study literature is to further our mastery of the language, to exercise our brains, as well as to know we are not alone. I think that literature not only further our education by building our vocabulary, increasing our reading abilities, and over all improving our understanding of literature. Not only does literature increase your knowledge, it exercises your brain. Literature is very important in our society because if you cannot read or write you aren’t going to make it very far in life....   [tags: academics, psychological analysis]

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Taking a Brief Look at Poverty in Egypt

- ... According to Andrew Bossone “The poverty rate reached 23.4 percent in 2008/09, up from 20 percent the previous year” The percentage of poverty increases each year with a great amount and it’s expected to grow more and faster each of the coming years because nothing had been done that could stop such problem by the contrary the condition of the country had been bad so the case is getting worse. (Bossone Andrew, 2014) Another cause of the poverty problem in Egypt is the over population , the number of citizens living in the country is too big according to the space in the country specially that most of the people are centralised in the rural areas while leaving the urban areas in attemp...   [tags: reasons, consequences, practical solutions]

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The Gross Structure for the Main Body System

- In this assessment i will be outlining the gross structure for the main body system, i am going to produce diagram of each of the main body systems by giving reasons on them. As well as i will be covering the main points on P3. · Cardiovascular · Respiratory · Digestive · Renal · Nervous · Endocrine · Reproductive · Lymphatic · Musculo-skeletal · Immune Cardiovascular System The main responsibility for cardiovascular system for supplying oxygen around the body, as well as it transport nutrients and removes waste material from the body and also the carbon dioxide from the cells, this cardiovascular s...   [tags: system, body, responsibilites]

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Main Raisons for the Decline of JC Penny

- Overview of JC Penny Case In my review of the JC Penny case, I focus on understanding the main reasons for the decline of the JC Penny brand as well as ways to stabilize and revive it. First, I assert that the main causes for the brand decline were caused by the actions of then CEO Ron Johnson who misunderstood what the JC Penny brand was about, which caused the company to lose sight of its target market. From there, I suggest that the company bring back popular private label brands, begin listening to their customers, and embrace the growth of online retail....   [tags: brand, coupones, real price]

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The History, Cause and Effect, and Reasons for Piracy

- Piracy in Somalia What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word pirate. To this day, pirates are still roaming the oceans in search of some loot; not necessarily treasure, but food, money, or supplies necessary for survival. This research paper will examine the history of piracy, along with the causes and effects of pirate-related activity and why piracy still exists. What exactly is piracy. Well, it is the practice of attacking and robbing ships at sea. The basic concept behind piracy has remained the same for thousands of years, dating back to 14th century B.C....   [tags: pirates, vessels, sea]

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Indian Economy: Reasons of The Ruppee Depreciation

- REASONS OF THE RUPPEE DEPRECIATION One of the main reasons for the depreciating rupee is the widening current account deficit. India is running a persistent current account deficit in excess of 5% of GDP for the last several years. This can be seen in the chart below. Throughout the 1990s, India's merchandise exports expanded rapidly in line with the country's economic liberalization. The impressive growth continued in 2002–08, reflecting continued demand from its traditional and new markets even in an environment of slowing global demand, and likely reflecting India's relative competitiveness vis-à-vis other emerging markets....   [tags: emerging economies, currency]

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Reasons of Why Great Societies Fall

- “There is nothing more dangerous than to build a society with a large segment of people in that society who feel that they have no stake in it; who feel that that have nothing to lose. People who have stake in their society, protect that society, but when they don't have it, they unconsciously want to destroy it.” This quote from Martin Luther King explains that if people don't feel equal to everyone else or don’t have equal rights, then they are felt left out and so they wouldn’t like it anymore so they'll want to destroy it....   [tags: unfair laws, inwind, citizen treatment]

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The Main Reason for the Failure of the League of Nations

- The Main Reason for the Failure of the League of Nations In theory the League of Nations was a good idea and did have some early successes in the 1920’s. But ultimately it was a failure, when it hit a crisis in the 1930’s. The whole world was hit by a depression in the late 1920s. When a countries economy falls, this is called a depression. Businesses lose income, trade is reduced, and unemployment rises and prices fall. In 1931, Japan was affected badly by this sort of thing. People lost faith in the government and turned to the army to find a solution....   [tags: Papers]

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The Main Opposition to the Nazi Regime

- The Main Opposition to the Nazi Regime Introduction - An introduction to an answer for this type of question should consist of some background information, mainly about the strength and the fear factor of the Nazi’s. Including details of how the German people were the main opposition to the Nazi regime and not any specific group. Moving on to say how there were many reasons why the Nazi’s didn’t face more opposition but not stating them yet. This section of the essay would start to delve into what was the main opposition to the Nazi regime....   [tags: Papers]

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Main Aspects of the Holocaust

- Main Aspects of the Holocaust This project looks back at many of the main aspects of the Holocaust. On most topics I have focused in on one particular event or place (like Auschwitz for the camps or Kristallnacht for the Nazi rise). I did this as I think the Holocaust has to be looked upon on a more personal and individual level to see how bad it was and you can't really do this by simply over viewing a certain topic. I have chosen to cover the main bog standard areas like camps, Ghettos etc....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons for the Failure of the Weimar Republic

- Reasons for the Failure of the Weimar Republic The period of German history from 1919 to 1933 is known as the WeimarRepublic. It is named after the city of Weimar, where a national assembly convened to produce a new constitution after Germany's defeat in World War I. This first attempt at establishing a liberal democracy in Germany was a time of great tension and inner conflict and, ultimately, failed with the ascent of Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party in 1933. Although technically, the 1919 constitution was never entirely invalidated until after World War II, the legal measures taken by the Nazi government in 1933 that are commonly known as Gleichschaltung (a pol...   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons and Results of the Civil War

- Reasons and Results of the Civil War The Civil War was a very critical event in American History. It started by many disagreements between the North and the South. For blacks as for other Americans, the Civil War was a strong voice preaching the needs for devotion and allegiance to form a justified nation. After the war ended there were many results that would forever linger throughout America and the world. The South was known as the Confederate States of America, seceded from the North, which was known as the Union....   [tags: Papers]

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What Are the Four Main Global Enviromental Problems?

- There are four main global environmental problems that we are facing in the current world. Which are haze, increase in human population, technology and waste land. These four global environmental issues require urgent attention to create the ecology friendly. As a matter of fact the purpose of eco friendly is to protect our mother nature such as air, water, land, flora and fauna. Therefore, if we do not preserve the green house gases it can ultimately affect the risk of human health all around the world....   [tags: haze, waste, population, ]

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Why Dog Attacks Occur and Who Are the Main Culprits

- Have you ever been or seen someone attacked by a dog. Dog attacks are a growing problem in the U.S today, often resulting in the euthanasia of usually non-aggressive dogs. Instead of direct euthanasia, these are the three details we need to focus on; we need more compensation because aggressive behavior displayed by dogs is usually a form of communication not a direct act of violence. Statistics of dog attacks have been running since the 1980’s, keeping tabs on the amount of attacks based upon breeds....   [tags: compensation and euthanasia]

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Social Interaction and Poor Education are Reasons for HomeSchooling

- ... Other parents may disagree with the aims of the school curriculum, preferring for academic, social or cultural reasons to keep their children separate. Finally, some children with special needs may need particular parental care. As I read an article “Homeschooling.” (Current Issues: Macmillan Social Science Library. Detroit: Gale, 2010). It indicated a survey was done in 2007 by the National Center for Education Statistics, in this survey they discovered that approximately 1.5 million children were being homeschooled in the United States....   [tags: bullying, classrooms, values]

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Reasons for Women's Suffrage Campaign

- In the years after 1870 there were many reasons for the development of the women’s suffrage movement. The main reasons were changes in the law. Some affecting directly affecting women, and some not, but they all added to the momentum of Women’s campaign for the vote. Before 1870 there were few bills passed to achieve much for the movement. One bill that was passed, which did not directly affect women in too many ways was one of the starting points of the campaign for the vote. This was the 1867 Reform Act....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Exploring Reasons the French Revolution Turned to Terror

- There are three important and distinct reasons for the French Revolution changing from being about the people to a revolution run by fear and terror. The first was the lack of tradition of a republican rule within France. The revolutionaries were simply not experienced enough in running and managing political parties. The second reason was the constantly growing power of the counter revolutionaries. The third reason was due to the ongoing wars with other countries. All these three reasons were the main contributors for making the revolutionaries go from prioritizing freedom, liberty and brotherhood to a state of total chaos and terror....   [tags: war, European history, France history,]

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My Reasons for Applying to the ALT Position with JET.

- ... Since then I've learned to implement what I learned there in practice. My first ESL job was in Jilin, a small town in Northeastern China. Developing my skills quickly in order to prove myself under daily parental observation, I learned to be an adaptable, quick-thinking and resourceful teacher. I was responsible for creating and utilizing detailed lesson plans, but I soon learned when to scrap or change activities on the fly and how to identify "teachable moments" to expound upon when needed....   [tags: learning Japanese and Japanese culture]

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18 Reasons Why a Shopper Abandons their Shopping Cart

- ... Wait a minute. Spending $72.00 was okay because of the discount, but now the final price is almost $100.00. Click, “I didn’t really need that product anyway.” They leave the site with a negative feeling, which means they probably will not return. If a website is experiencing a high percentage of shopping cart abandonment, or bounce rate, it’s time for an audit. Out of the 18 reasons people abandon their shopping cart is due to website issues, not personal issues (although, sometimes this is the case)....   [tags: psychological analysis of the buying process]

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Reasons behind Lucas´ Suicide in Good Hair

- ... It wasn’t until she started to embrace the stuck up group of girls in her school, that she could feel safe from being bullied. The notion of her childhood from her parents that the son should be smart and go to school while she should be satisfied because, “ was enough, they said, that I was pretty”. The death of Lucas allowed her to see that she had more control in figuring out where she belongs as a successful writer . In Alice’s relationship with Miles, she had to submit to his will and not live a life that was fulfilling....   [tags: identity, relationships, guilt, rape]

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Reasons Why People Don't See a Doctor

- Illness is a part of everyday life, yet most people with an illness do not consult a physician. The decision to consult may not be entirely due to the presence or absence of disease but to social and psychological factors, such as fear and economic standing. The refusal of consulting a physician is a major medical mystery that is observed today. This fact is truly ironic. In the advancement that this world has made towards technology, research and development, as well as cognitive and extensive testing, there is a significant rise in the health care information that is relayed to consumers than there was in the past....   [tags: psychological, social, diagnosis]

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Reasons for the Societal Failure in Animal Farm by George Orwell

- Animal Farm by George Orwell, tells the tragic story of what happens when the oppressed farm animals rebel drive out Mr. Jones the farmer and attempt to rule the farm themselves on an equal basis. What the animals seem to have aimed at was a utopian sort of communism, where each would work according to his capacity respecting the needs of others. Here the venture failed and their plan for a perfect society becomes a nightmare. There are many reasons for their failure but the main reason is Napoleon and his followers, the next reason is the animals in the farm haven’t the co-operation to work as family and the other reason is the animals who have the strength do not go against the injustice...   [tags: communism, co-operation, injustice]

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Children at War: Reasons Children Become Soldier

- War. Sometimes considered a necessary evil but should it really cost the lives of thousand of innocent children. Currently there is estimated to be 300,000 children fighting in wars in Africa, Sudan, Afghanistan, and in countless other countries. Usually ranging from 14 to 18 children get recruited or kidnapped but some are pulled in as young as 11. A child soldier is defined as “any child—boy or girl—under eighteen years of age, who is part of any kind of regular or irregular armed force or armed group in any capacity”(Kaplan)....   [tags: poverty, instilling fear, manipulation]

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Reasons for Watching Horror Films and Scary Movies

- SPEAKER CREDIBILITY: I love horror flicks, in fact I’d rather watch a scary movie than any other genre there is. There’s something about the spine tingling chillers that get me excited and wanting more blood. I am charismatically enticed by horror flicks and simultaneously disgusted by them. I have been watching in various forms monsters chase young victims through dark homes and alleys, with knifes, chainsaws, drills, axes, and other weapons for years. The violence is so foreseeable, that I often know when the bad guys will appear, who will die and in what order....   [tags: Fear, Thrill]

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Reasons Youth Join Gangs

- Deviance in Gang Involvement Reasons Youth Join Gangs The problem of gang activity is not a new one facing our country. Ever since the beginnings of human existence gangs have served as a means of protection for humans. The issue of gang activity has recently, however, come to the forefront of dilemmas facing our nation. While cities like Chicago and Los Angeles are chronic gang sites, other cities such as “Miami, Portland, Columbus, Dallas, and Milwaukee have only recently (within the last decade) had what they termed as a gang problem” (Conly 7)....   [tags: Why Young People Join Gangs]

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Examining the Reasons for Changes in the Educational Attainment

- Examining the Reasons for Changes in the Educational Attainment In this essay, the reasons for the changes that have occurred in recent years in regards to the educational attainment of males and females will be looked at. Evidence seems to suggest that females outperform males in schools. There are various reasons for this, which will be examined in the essay. Mitsos and Browne are a few of the many sociologists that believe that boys are underachieving more than girls, even though they also believe that girls are disadvantaged....   [tags: education educational policy]

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Into the Trenches: Parents in the Main Office

- Teaching is not a one-person job. There is a saying “it takes a village to raise a child.” This can be perfectly applied to education. Teachers, administrators and parents all work together to provide the best possible education for children. Most educators and researchers know and understand the role of teachers and administrators. However, there is speculation about what is required of students’ parents. Parent-student interaction is a key variable in determining students’ backgrounds and home environments or experiences....   [tags: Educational Issues]

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Reasons for the World's Food Surpluses and Shortages

- Reasons for the World's Food Surpluses and Shortages In the world today, the three richest people in the world have more money than the 600,000 poorest. It is clear that the main reason for there being food surpluses in some countries and shortages in others, is the widening gap between the rich and the poor. In many LEDCs, such as Ethiopia and Mali in Africa and India in Asia, people are suffering from malnutrition and famine. Whereas in MEDCs, especially in North America and Europe, people are suffering from obesity and food surpluses....   [tags: Papers]

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Genetics Are the Main Cause of Psychopathy

- ... These tests have been recreated from the adult versions. The psychopathy checklist is a scale test used for youth ages thirteen to eighteen, it has the same factor structure as the adult PCL-R test from which it was created and focuses on interpersonal aspects of personality and chronic antisocial structure. The psychopathy screening device is used for youth ages six to twelve, and is completed by teachers or parents for validity reasons. The most widely used test is the youth psychopathic traits inventory, which is a self report of fifty items which focus on core personality correlations of youth and psychopaths....   [tags: personality disorders]

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The main threat of IS/IT Outsourcing

- ... Lower regulatory costs are an addition to companies saving money when outsourcing. Offshoring is the relocation by a company of a business process from one country to another typically an operational process, such as manufacturing, or supporting processes, such as accounting. Even state governments employ offshoring. More recently, offshoring has been associated primarily with the sourcing of technical and administrative services supporting domestic and global operations from outside the home country, by means of internal captive or external outsourcing delivery models....   [tags: regulations, taxes, costs, benefits]

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Evaluating the Main Theories of Counseling

- This essay will attempt to highlight and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the three main theories of counselling within the module covered this term. The three approaches in discussion are psychodynamics, cognitive behavioural and humanistic. The psychodynamic theory originated from Sigmund Freud, a medical doctor and philosopher (1856 - 1939) founded in the 1900s. Freud developed his ideas whilst working as a psychiatrist in Vienna, collecting information from his patients such as feelings, thoughts and early childhood experiences....   [tags: Counseling/Therapy]

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Evaluating the Main Theories of Counselling

- This essay will attempt to highlight and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the three main theories of counselling within the module covered this term. The three approaches in discussion are psychodynamics, cognitive behavioural and humanistic. The psychodynamic theory originated from Sigmund Freud, a medical doctor and philosopher (1856 - 1939) founded in the 1900s. Freud developed his ideas whilst working as a psychiatrist in Vienna, collecting information from his patients such as feelings, thoughts and early childhood experiences....   [tags: Psychodynamics, Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioural]

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The Reasons Behind the 1920's Boom

- The Reasons Behind the 1920's Boom Introduction: This essay will mainly examine the main reasons for the boom of America in the 1920s. Boom can be referred to as the increase in economy, industry, population and different other factors. Moving out of the poor lands of Europe and Asia, there was a place found at last where one could find Happiness or more precisely MONEY. This glorious land was the 'richest country in the world'- America. "European luxuries were are often necessities in America....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons for the Decline of the Roman Empire

- The decline of the Roman Empire happened for many reasons. The third century started from 180 to 284 A.D. But it all started about 190 A.D. Tribes would want to move in to the Empire but knew if they did, conflicts would come about with the Romans. One can argue that Rome was undernourished because of its low productivity and failed to supply metals and currency. The decline of Roman Empire was due to military, economic, political, social problems, and the spread of Christianity. All four played a major part to the empire....   [tags: economic and social crisis]

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The Major Reasons to Conform to a Group

- Conformity is a type of social influence that adjusts one's behavior, attitudes or beliefs in order to match those of other people or a group standard. There are lots of reasons to why people conform, it could be because of one’s desire or need to fit in or be accepted by others and maintaining order in ones life. In this essay, I am going to discuss about the three main factors that influence conformity; culture, unanimity and minority influence. Culture can be defined as the distinct ways that people who live in different parts of the world or areas, or belonging to different social groups, classify the world, represent their experiences, the norms, values and behavior that they have....   [tags: culture, unanimity, minority, group]

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The Three Main Accounting Professions

- ... The life of an accountant is important but what is more important is how they get the job. I’ll be discussing the employment of these three accountants. A Chartered Accountant works in many industries and businesses 8. They tend to work in commerce businesses but could also work overseas, at the government and public practice 8. Chartered Accountants are usually individual workers but they can become self-employed 8. A Certified General Accountant can work anywhere but will likely work in the government, educational institutions and charities 9....   [tags: Chartered, Certified General, Certified Management]

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Reasons for Migration to and from Athens

- There are many people that emigrate from and immigrate in Athens. All of them have different reasons, push and pull factors, some of that I will explain in my essay. 1. Religion First factor of migration in Athens is religion. Very loyal and friendly attitude of the Greeks to the citizens of other nationalities and foreigners who came partly is in cause of the traditional Christian upbringing. The main religion, venerated in Greece, represented by the Eastern Orthodox Church of Christ, controlled by the Holy Synod....   [tags: push and pull factors]

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The Main Detonators of Stress

- ... Maslaach et al 2001: 397-422). There is also a stigma associated with depression (L. Goldman and J. Lewis 2008:20-21; May 14, 2006). Where part of the stigma comes because most of the people are do not have the knowledge and understanding about depression and its frequency. Since depression is difficult to detect, especially within the present health care systems (Y. Raj 2008: 28-33; K.B. Wells et al 1996), it is better to prevent or manage stress properly so it will not lead to depression....   [tags: personal, economic and social issues]

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The Reasons Behind the Kuznets Curve

- When talking about inequality of income distributions within the society, it is inevitable to talk about how it relates to the process of economic development. About more than half a century ago, Simon Kuznets made his hypothesis on the relationship of the two and it was presented as an inverted U-shape curve—the Kuznets Curve. The pattern of the inverted U-shape intuitively indicates the timing characteristic that the inequality increases in the initial stages of development then decreases at the higher level of development....   [tags: inequality, income distribution, development]

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Amazing Reasons to Move to Tokyo

- Tokyo is one of the most over populated cities in Japan and it has a population of 13.23 million people. People from different parts of the world choose to live in Tokyo because of the many ways it has attracted the world, since it is such a large city with beautiful sightseeings and an enjoyable atmosphere. The overpopulation in Tokyo is what causes it to be a megacity. With all the job opportunities, education, entertainment and good living conditions, this attracts people to move into the city which then causes the overpopulation of the city itself to rise up the charts, and considering recent research, it has been seen that Tokyo is on the top list of megacities as the highest populated...   [tags: population, conditions, education]

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Hume’s Reasons for Rejecting Miracles

- Hume’s Reasons for Rejecting Miracles One of the main philosophers in the debate about miracles is David Hume. I will start this essay with a basic summary of Hume’s argument. Hume’s argument is not that miracles cannot happen, but that, given the amount of evidence that has established and confirmed a law of nature, there can never be sufficient evidence to prove that a law of nature has been violated. He believes that miracles have no rational background. Hume was an empiricist, in other words, he believed that all knowledge is based on evidence that we gain through our senses....   [tags: Empiricists, Empiricism]

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

- ... From the start of the book till the end you can tell that many of the customs the people practice and preach are very backwards and hypocritical. The society is depicted as a bunch of concepts that defy logic. This flawed logic appears early in the novel, when the new judge allows Pap to receive custody of Huck not thinking about the welfare of the boy only that Pap has “rights” to his son being his biological father. At the same time Twain is bringing up the fact that this legal system puts the rights of a white man and his “property” or slave over the welfare of a black man....   [tags: main themes, literary analysis]

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How Far Was the First World War the Main Cause of the Fall of the Romanovs in 1917?

- In the years leading up to the fall of the three hundred year old Romanov dynasty there was increasing tension building up in Russia. The failing of Russia in the war, the failings of the tsar and his decisions, and the social and economic situations in Russia all played a part in the fall. Still it is believed that the First World War had played the biggest part in the fall of the dynasty. When the war first began in 1914 the tension between the Tsar and his people eased immensely from the extreme burst of patriotism....   [tags: Russian Bolshevik revolution]

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Service and Helping Others and Three Reasons People are Hesitant to Help

- There are a lot of people who are suffering, and there are very few people who are willing to encourage them even though they know everything about their situation. However, they still do nothing to give them support and show their kindness to them. Therefore, everyone needs inspiration sometimes in their lives. However, most of the time there are a lot of people who are in need of help from others around them, but do not get support for various reasons. In the memoir Hope’s Boy, Andrew Bridge explains he is a child who works through a foster care system who obviously needs a lot of help by those; however, he is ignored by so many people around him....   [tags: Suffering, Helping]

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he Thirteen Reasons Why: Consquences of the Actions We Make

- The events in our lives is what shapes us, but it's the choices we make that define us. For Hannah it was not just her choices that matter but those of the people around her. In the Thirteen Reasons Why, Jay Asher portrays a constant message that "Everything...affects everything" and "In the End.. everything matters." He achieves this through his of avoidance, Freud's Death Drive, Repression, and Active Reversal. Avoidance, according to Tyson's pyschoanlytical chapter, is defined as “Staying away from people or situations that make us anxious by stirring some unconscious memory.” In Thirteen Reasons Why, Hannah, the main character, chooses to avoid Clay after 3rd party, because he ser...   [tags: avoidance, consequences, jay asher]

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Reasons Hollywood Should Provide Family-Oriented TV Shows

- Hollywood should be made to create more shows with a flow that are friendly to read (hearing impaired) and easier for families to understand. The three main reasons are as follows: leadership, less crimes, and family orientation. These characteristics are needed so that children and adults may see more positive ways of learning and a way of teaching each other better standards and morals. We all have standards and morals that we have been taught to follow and have learned from our environment. The shows need to be willing apply more smiles for families and provide ways to help build one another....   [tags: Hearing Empaired, Hollywood]

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Psychological Lying: Why People Lie

- ... McCarthy notes that some people essentially lie to shift blame to another party, which in turn gives the party being blamed power and control over them. The challenge with this problem is that when it is recurrent, it can affect a person’s ability to address bigger problems in life. This is because such a person would rather lay the blame on other people rather than address the situation head-on (Von Hippel & Trivers, 2011). Such a person is more likely to experience constant resentment that results in downright exhaustion....   [tags: compelling reasons, social vice]

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Odontologist Forensic as an Aid for Main Disaster

- Disasters are likely to happen at any time or place, they are unexpected events. They can be natural devastation (as earthquake, floods and tsunami), man-made (as terrorist attack and wars) or accident tragedies (as aircraft crashes, fires and groundwater contamination) that result in large destruction or victims (Oxford English Dictionary 2010; Alexander 2006). It can be presented in several ways and length (Parliamentarians 2011). What defines a mass disaster and its proportion it is not the how many death result from it, but the way it happen and the final situation of the dead body (Gonzales et al....   [tags: earthquakes, floods, accidents, dna]

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Assessing the View that Deprivation is the Main Reason for the New Religious Movements

- Assessing the View that Deprivation is the Main Reason for the New Religious Movements Membership of established mainstream churches has dropped dramatically. However affiliation with other religious organisations (including penticostal, Seventh-Day Adventists and Christian sects) has risen just as noticeably. It is estimated that there may now be as many as 25,000 new religious groups n Europe alone. In attempting to classify new religious movements, Wallis identified three main kinds of NRM....   [tags: Papers]

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Main Ethical Dilema in Health Care

- Main Agents in Case When evaluating any ethical case, it is crucial to examine all those involved and how their relationships with each other impact moral decisions made. In the case The Jehovah’s Witness and Blood Transfusion, all of the persons involved play an important role in determining what medical action should be taken based on ethical and moral deliberation. The first, and main, agent involved in the case is the patient herself, a 42 year old female who was recently baptized into the Jehovah’s Witness faith....   [tags: jehova's witness, blood transfusion case]

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13 Reasons Why

- I chose this book because reading the back reminded me of Amanda Todd. To me it seemed like the type of book you wouldn’t normally read. I didn’t know what to expect when I did start reading. Throughout reading the book the author kept sucking me in deeper and deeper into the story, almost like I was Hannah or Clay. I would recommend this book to people thirteen and older. Even adults. I recommend this to them because I don’t think people younger would fully understand what is going on and being said in the book....   [tags: love, suicide, school]

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Use of Violence as the Main Reason for Mussolini's Consolidation of Power from 1922-1928

- Use of Violence as the Main Reason for Mussolini's Consolidation of Power from 1922-1928 Introduction · Several reasons why Mussolini was able to consolidate his power between 1922 and 1928, such as Mussolini?s actions and strategy, co-operation from the elite and the failure of his opposition. · However, I believe the most significant reason was the use of violence. Paragraph 1: Use of Violence · July 1923: The Chamber, surrounded by Blackshirts, passed the Acerbo Law. This said that the party gaining the most votes in an election, provided that they obtained at least 25% of the votes, would take two-thirds of the seats....   [tags: Papers Mussolini History Italy ]

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Skateboarding, an Activity and Sport and Reasons for Practicing It

- Skateboarding Skateboarding is the best activity for a lot of people around the world. Why do a lot of people think skateboarding is the best activity. Everyone has different favourite activities that he or she would like to do for fun or relaxation. They can be anything such as soccer, basketball, jogging, swimming, reading, watching movies, playing the guitar, singing, dancing or drawing. It depends on each person’s personality. For me, skateboarding is one of my favourite activities. Like playing the guitar, more than a million people around the world love playing the guitar....   [tags: Art, Stress, Dedication]

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The Reasons for American Towns as Violent and Lawless Places

- The Reasons for American Towns as Violent and Lawless Places One of the main reasons law and order was not fulfilled in the newly developed towns was due to the fact that Washington, New York, Chicago ect. Were far away there was no one closer available to enforce the law and it was hard to communicate with the authorities in the more distant states. There was no way to maintain the ordinances laid out to the early settlers. Due to the difficulties surrounding communicating (i.e....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons to help reduce homelessness in Canada

- ... Another major factor is technology, there is two factors in tech which can lead to homelessness. First factor can take place if somebody has acquired your laptop and you have important documents that have things like your social security number, bank accounts, passports, etc. In addition, this can lead to major losses in funds because the person is obtaining one’s identify and posing as the person. Another effect that can happen if somebody has come into possession of your identity if the person get in trouble with the police it can be go onto your personal records and could affect job related things which may lead to extreme money loss....   [tags: ongoing crisis, crimes]

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Reasons for Developing a Campaign for Women's Suffrage After 1870

- Reasons for Developing a Campaign for Women's Suffrage After 1870 In this essay I’m going to explain why the campaign for women’s suffrage developed in the years after 1870. The reasons why a campaign for women’s suffrage developed in the years after 1870 can be summarized into two main reasons. One was because they wanted equal status with men and the other was to change their lives and to gain the right to vote as well as freedom. The women’s suffrage was a worldwide issue that had began a long time before the 19th century....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons Why Roosevelt Introduced the New Deal

- Reasons Why Roosevelt Introduced the New Deal There were three main reasons why Roosevelt introduced the New Deal. The first was economic and social problems in the USA, as a result of the Wall Street Crash. The second reason was because of Hoover, the president before Roosevelt; had been a weak president, and could not solve problems, and often made problems worse. The third was that Roosevelt strongly believed he could help America recover, like he himself has done when he caught polio....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons for United States' Involvement in World War I

- Reasons for United States' Involvement in World War I At first the public opinion of Americans was firmly set on neutrality. The majority of people had little or no concerns of the affairs of the rest of the world - why should America interfere with the conflicts of other nations. Americans supported a policy of isolationism, and Democrat Woodrow Wilson was re-elected in 1916 on the grounds that he had kept them out of the war. The president also knew only too well that many Americans were unsympathetic towards Britain....   [tags: American History, World History]

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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

- ... And do you want to know my first thought when you said that, Courtney. Gee, that sure didn’t take long.” pg: 103. Courtney for sure didn't know how Hannah felt after that. Hannah felt like she was used or even ditched. Throughout the book it explains all the nasty things these people did to Hannah. People never even knew what Hannah was going through. When Clay was watching those videos, he felt so bad, and anger was building up on him. After Clay watched the videos, he just wished he got to know Hannah....   [tags: literary analysis]

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The Reasons for the Growth of Prussia’s Influence in Germany by 1862

- The Reasons for the Growth of Prussia’s Influence in Germany by 1862 In 1815 there was no such thing as a German State or Nation. In the geographical area known as Germany the most powerful state was Austria which was the biggest factor in the increase of Prussia’s influence by 1862. Prussia was the second most powerful state but she was far behind Austria politically and economically. In 1815 the Austrian foreign minister Metternich made a big mistake by giving Prussia the area of Westphalia and the Rhineland....   [tags: Papers]

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The Reasons Behind the Popularity of Conan Doyle's Crime Stories

- The Reasons Behind the Popularity of Conan Doyle's Crime Stories Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was best known as the creator of perhaps the most famous and successful fictional stories. I think that Conan Doyle's crime stories were among the most popular, and they still are to the present day. The story that Conan Doyle wrote was amazingly powerful and hooked the reader in a way that I thought was fantastic. When Conan Doyle was writing his stories, there was near enough always a scene of weirdness and mysterious tension being built up in the background....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploring the Reasons Behind Public's Discontent with the Weimar Government

- Exploring the Reasons Behind Public's Discontent with the Weimar Government There were a number of reasons why the German people were unhappy with the Weimar government. One of the main reasons for this was the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The result of this was that Germany has to take the war guilt, Germany had to pay reparations of 6,600 million marks to the allies in particular France, Germany lost its colonies, it lost its air force & tanks, and its soldiers were restricted to 100,000....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons for Having Children: Savior Siblings

- I believe that parents are not morally justified in having a child merely to provide life saving medical treatment to another child or family member, but that this does not mean that the creation of savior siblings is morally impermissible. By having a child solely to provide life saving medical treatment, you are treating this child merely as a means rather than an end to the individual child. By having the child solely as a means to save another, you are violating this savior sibling in that you are treating them as a source of spare parts that can be used by the sickly child in order to solely promote the prolonged life of the currently sick child....   [tags: Morality, Child Value]

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The Different Reasons for Marriage Shown in Pride and Prejudice

- Marriage was a central theme in Jane Austen's book "Pride and Prejudice" as in her time marriage was done when the women were quite young. Jane Austen uses this book to express her emotion that women didn't have much of a say in many things and they weren't allowed to work and shouldn't learn. Jane Austin's book shows us three main reasons to get married the first is that people should get married for money, another reason to get married is for passion, and the final reason to get married is to marry out of love....   [tags: Pride and Prejudice Essays]

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Reasons Why Nazis Came to Power in 1933

- Reasons Why Nazis Came to Power in 1933 There are several factors that enabled the Nazi party, with Hitler as its leader, was able to come to power in Germany in 1933. There are 5 main reasons involved history, economics, politics and the personality of Hitler. The main political events occurred in 1923 and 1933. The Treaty of Versailles was one of the most important causes that led to Hitler's rise in Germany. From the German point of view the treaty was incredibly harsh and devastating for Germany....   [tags: Papers]

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Sherlock Holmes: Explore the reasons behind the enduring popularity.

- Sherlock Holmes: Explore the reasons behind the enduring popularity. One of the main reasons for the enduring popularity of Sherlock Holmes from the time it was written to the present day was the way that all the stories were told through the eyes of Dr. Watson. This showed how incredible Sherlock Holmes was when his own powers of deduction could see a lot more clues and evidence from the same hat as we the reader could see. Also with Watson being the narrator, we are kept in suspense as to what the final outcome is, Holmes can often know this from a very early stage but Watson and the reader still needs him to explain it to us....   [tags: English Literature]

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Reasons Behind the Economic Boom of 1920's

- Reasons Behind the Economic Boom of 1920's There was an economic boom in the 1920s for 5 main reasons. Firstly the growing strength of American Industry meant that the USA was a leading producer of many raw materials. This was partly due to the second main cause of the boom, which was World War 1. This had helped the American Industry to grow, as during World War 1 new markets had opened up to America. Also, after World War 1, America took over as a leading producer as many European industries had suffered greatly because of the war....   [tags: Papers]

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The Reasons Why British Soldiers Went to War in 1914

- The Reasons Why British Soldiers Went to War in 1914 Britain went to war because it saw a German victory as a threat to its security. For centuries, Britain had fought to maintain the balance of power in Europe, to ensure that no state became over mighty. Britain was also highly sensitive about Belgium and declared war on Germany in response to Belgium's invasion. In the hands of an enemy, Belgian ports offered a major threat to the British naval supremacy and hence the security of the British Isles....   [tags: Papers]

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Singaporeans' Communication towards Foreigners

- Introduction This paper discusses Singaporeans’ communication styles towards foreigners in Singapore and in other countries using Communication Accommodation Theory (CAT). In recent years, there has been much furore among Singaporeans about foreigners in Singapore not adapting to our national languages and speaking styles. Mainland Chinese, especially, have come under fire for not picking up English and sticking to their thickly accented Mandarin. Based on their reactions, we think Singaporeans will diverge from foreigners’ communication styles in Singapore....   [tags: Reasons for Divergence and Convergence]

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