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The Sixties : The Beginning Of A New Era

- The nineteen sixties was the beginning of a new era where the youth had power. They wanted to have a say in the life around them. The way to do that was through music and fashion. It was the youth 's way of expressing their emotions. Fashion reflected the music by expressing personal opinions. The fashion was directed towards teenagers. Before the youth had no say in their fashion choices and would look like their parents. By the mid nineteen sixties the fashion generalized to one type of style....   [tags: Hairstyle, Fashion, Hairdressing, Tonsure]

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A Year For A New Era Of Serenity

- A Year in Review: 1972 The year 1972 was a time full of deceit and deception by the United States government. In this time period, America began to gain a sense of identity. The citizens of the United States banded together to fight for their beliefs. They began to protest, coming together as a single driving force. Even though 1972 is marked with despair, peace was eminent in the near future. The year 1972 was the beginning to a new era of serenity due to the Equal Rights Amendment, the Watergate Burglary, Richard Nixon’s trip to the Soviet Union, and the Vietnam War....   [tags: Watergate scandal, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford]

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Pornography : A New Era Of Pornography

- Envision a place without limits where you have access to everything you want available at the click of a mouse. This place no longer exists in a dream but rather a modern day reality that is called, the Internet. Our entire generation is growing up online. The Internet comes with many advantages, but also with many disadvantages. One of the most harmful of these disadvantages is pornography. “In 2006, estimated revenues show that the porn industry generates $13 billion each year in the US, with Internet porn generating $3 billion per year.” The Internet, along with a secular view on life and the degrading of the dignity of the human person, is bringing a new era of pornography; never before...   [tags: Human sexuality, Sexual intercourse]

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Americ A New Era Of Reconstruction

- America is in a new era of reconstruction. And, as such, we are at both a moral and political nadir that mandates a “self-correction.” The end result will reflect whose new reconstruction America is moving toward. Right now, it’s looking like an emerging Trumpian era of disaffected whites and other citizens. The last attempted “Reconstruction era” in America took place immediately following the civil war. In rebuilding this country, nearly 2 million free and emancipated African Americans participated in shaping and influencing the economic and political life of the Old South....   [tags: Southern United States, African American]

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Customer Service At A New Era

- With the introduction of the internet the very face of business was changed forever, for example the way customers interacted with companies and customer service entered a new era. With this new playing field many of the hindrances that smaller businesses faced in a brick and mortar store were eliminated, since any company with the right website can appear to be just as reliable as a downtown well know department store. For example: When Zappos.com started there were no large retailers of shoes on the web, and now they are just as respected if not more, than any major chain of shoes stores....   [tags: Customer, Customer service, Sales, Good]

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A New Era Of Medicare Oversight

- Author Daniel R. Levinson authored the article “A New Era of Medicare Oversight,” and this paper will focus on that work. Mr. Levinson is Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and has held this position for more than a decade. As Inspector General, Mr. Levinson “leads an independent and objective organization of more than 1,500 auditors, evaluators, investigators, and lawyers, who oversee the integrity and efficiency of the Nation’s one trillion dollar annual investment in Federal health and human services programs” (“About the Inspector General,” 2015)....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider]

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Vaccination Policy : A New Era

- (1) With the creation of vaccines in 1798 (Roush et al 2007) a new era was born in which diseases could potentially be prevented via the stimulation of protective antibodies in the body, created as a result of a small dose of the disease being purposely injected into the body (Roush et al 2007). Since their invention, vaccinations, which were once unreliable and only accessible to the rich, have since become more widely accessible and dependable. Vaccines, can be credited with preventing “103 million cases of childhood diseases since 1924” (Lynfield and Daum 2014)....   [tags: Vaccination, Immune system, Smallpox]

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The Invention Of The New Era

- Persuade We are living in such a world that filled with different products, both tangible things and invisible services. Whatever the product is, its original intention of being made out is to be purchased by people. Far from the ancient times, human started to design and produce weapons and tools, which greatly increased the chance of hunting success. As time goes by, the quality of the weapons and tools became the most important part to determine whether the country is strong enough. The invention of cold weapons to the designs of firearms became the sign of human society turning into the new era....   [tags: Human behavior, Behavior, Psychology]

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A New Era of Terrorism

- Since September 11th, when the Twin and Pentagon towers were hit by planes, controlled by Middle Eastern Muslim terrorists. The perception toward Muslims being violent has been spread throughout the world. Innocent people who have never been involved in any crime act are being limited in practicing their religious duties. To be more exact, Freeman vs. Florida case ruled that Freeman has to take her veil off when taking a photo for a state driver’s license. The State argued that it had a compelling interest in the full-face photograph requirement because promotes safety and security, combats crime, and protects interstate commerce....   [tags: Terrorism ]

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The Progressive Era And The New Deal Era

- Thesis The Progressive Era and the New Deal Era had a significant amount of similarities with policies and programs to reform the American society and improve lives and fight poverty in America. Although the Progressive and New Deal Era had many similarities there were still differences between them. Both the Progressive and the New Deal Era’s main goal was to improve American society. Both of the Progressive and New Deal’s accomplishments were rooted from the economic depression and the need of change before the era, the Guilded age in the 19th century for the Progressive era, and the Great Depression for the New Deal era....   [tags: President of the United States]

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Conquest And Colonization : The New Era Of Expansion

- Conquest and colonization has always played a role in the history of European powers. Throughout the centuries many different European empires have attempted to make their mark on multiple different continents. Some have found success, while others have failed. One case in particular, in which European nations could not quite find stability, was in North America. Factors such as the American Revolution, U.S. westward expansion, and the Monroe Doctrine pushed European nations out of North America....   [tags: Colonialism, British Empire, Imperialism, Africa]

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Racism : A New Era Of Innovations And Technology

- Rosa Parks once said “Racism is still with us, but it is up to us to prepare our children for what they have to meet.” I stand here today in 2016, a new era of innovations and technology, where things have changed immensely but the ways of racism are still deeply ingrained into our society . Where African American parents sit down their children to warn them about the cruel world of racism. Where people of color see the police as their enemy , because one day there might be a man in a uniform whose purpose is to protect and serve that murderers their child in cold blood who didn 't deserve such an abrupt ending but that charges are still pending....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer]

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Christopher Columbus And The New Era Of Exploration

- From the sixteenth century to the eighteenth century, the Atlantic World, which includes all of the continents whose borders touch the Atlantic Ocean, saw great change as explorers began to settle new worlds and trade expanded. Connections between Europe, Africa, and the Americas brought change socially and economically through the expansion of trade, including both human and inhuman commodities, and the natural gains and consequences of claiming a new world as your own. The Renaissance in Western Europe marked the end of the Middle Ages and the start of Europe’s rise as a global power....   [tags: Slavery, Africa, Atlantic slave trade]

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Thomas Hobbes : The New Era Of Philosophy

- Thomas Hobbes was born during the Spanish Armada on April 5th, 1588 in Westport, England. Abandoned by his father at an young age, Hobbes went and lived with his rich Uncle. The Uncle provided him with an education and sent him to Magdalen Hall at the age of 14. In 1608 he left college and became a tutor to the earl of Devonshire’s son. While he was a tutor, he was exposed to foreign lands and libraries with vast amounts of knowledge. While he was abroad, he studied the works of modern philosophers: Copernicus, Bacon, Gassendi and Galileo....   [tags: Thomas Hobbes, Political philosophy, Sovereignty]

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The United States Entered A New Era

- When the war ended in the late summer of 1945, the United States entered a new era in its economic and political history. During the preceding sixteen years, the American people had endured first twelve years of economic depression, then four years of wartime economic privation and regimentation. Those sixteen years had composed a seemingly endless era of national emergency, to which governments at all levels, but most strikingly the federal government, had responded in unprecedented ways. Consequently, as the postwar era began, the size, scope, and power of governments in the United States greatly exceeded their magnitudes in the "good old days" before the onset on the depression....   [tags: Cold War, United States, World War II]

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Industrialization in Great Britain: A New Era

- An era of new beginnings was created when industrialization swept through Great Britain starting in the 1760’s. This vast transition included a change in hand production to machine production, brand new chemical and iron production processes, an improvement in water power, major increases in the use of steam power, the development of machine tools, and the conversion towards coal as the major source of fuel. Not only was “he Industrial Revolution an evolving transformation in many sectors of the economy” (Atkins 1), but across the board, aspects of daily life were changed by the Industrial Revolution, and it led to not only economic prosperity, but radical social changes and increased politi...   [tags: machines production, industrial revolution]

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Learner Centered Curriculum For The New Era

- Learner-Centered Curriculum for the New Era The study of curriculum design and theory has gone through changes from centered, focus and uniform to divergent, varied, unfocused and lacking coherence. The study of curriculum has more recently grown into a free for all and not as much of a specialty. This shift has allowed for countless points of views on curriculum, hence the lack of coherence. There is a current wave of belief that coherence and commonality must be established in this discipline....   [tags: Educational psychology, Education, Learning]

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National Security Strategy for a New Era

- Introduction The state of the United States today is in many ways similar to what it was following the Vietnam War. Then as is now, there are concerns over the misuse and overreaching of military force. As well, today’s economic dispair mimics that of the inflation that gripped the nation in the 1970’s and 1980’s (Snow, 2014, p. 5). Left unidentified is a comprehensive strategy for United States national security. What are the priorities for American national security today, and how can they effectively be met....   [tags: Viertnam war, national security]

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A New Era of Space Exploration

- The United States government has made space exploration a high priority, but it at a high cost with a high reward. A new 17.5 billion dollar budget established for 2015 has been set in place for NASA to invest in new shuttles and other technologies required for new exploration (Klotz). Until 2017, which is when the first American shuttles are schedule to be ready, the cost for an American to go to the International Space Station on a foreign shuttle would cost nearly 65 million dollars a seat (Klotz)....   [tags: Space Exploration Essays]

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A New Era in GW Management

- The top-down strategy GSDA followed until 2000 called upon to change the mandate to GW management creating participatory mechanisms. GSDA became bound to involve community in GW management including stakeholders at all levels of the social structure. A participatory approach is seen as viable means for achieving long lasting consensus and management of resources. Participation is about taking responsibility, recognizing the effect of sectoral action on other users and accepting need for change to improve the efficiency and allow sustainable development of resources(TAC, GWP 2000: 15)....   [tags: Business Management]

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The Greco Roman World Of The New Testament Era

- James S. Jeffers wrote The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era. Jeffers intent in writing this book was to give the readers in insight into what early Christianity looked like. The book aligns what readers may have learned in their high school history class with what was written in the Bible. In summary, this book gave information about Greek and Roman life and history into early Christianity. The book starts off by giving a good description of how it looked to live in early Greek and Roman times....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Early Christianity]

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New Era of Cyberpunk Literature

- Through years of advancements in the world, technology has become greatest aspect. The development of technology by incorporating the human mind and culture has brought about a new era. These are the criteria of cyberpunk literature, in which William Gibson's "Johnny Mnemonic" is a good example of cyberpunk literature. The novel reflects on how the human mind has been incorporated into the advanced technological world. This relates to cyberpunk literature because it follows the same ideas, but to a greater extent....   [tags: World Literature]

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Writers of a New Era

- Writers of a New Era The internet has quickly woven itself into the fabric of sociey. Many consider it an indispensable part of their lives, allowing them to keep pace with their hectic schedules. The internet has improved the ease in which people can communicate and find information. Navigating the web has become second nature to regular users. Some find the computer so convenient that they use it to do all of their writing from academic papers to journals. As the computer has aided in the task of writing, the internet has helped many become published writers....   [tags: Internet Technology Computers Papers]

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Birth of a New Era

- Birth of a New Era Despite the problems of the fourteenth century, it marked the beginnings of extraordinary changes in numerous facets of fifteenth century society. This astonishing revolution was coined the Renaissance, which meant “rebirth.” The Renaissance led to such literary pioneers as Niccolò Machiavelli. His work, The Prince, gave detailed instructions as to what qualities a perfect leader must possess and how to use these qualities. Machiavelli presented a thorough account of a perfect prince and how he achieved and maintained power....   [tags: Papers]

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The First Industrial Revolution : The New Era Of Mass Consumption

- In the latter half of the 19th century, the Second Industrial Revolution produced new engineering and science-based technology, such as railroads, petroleum, and the assembly line, which allowed large corporations to produce, and export, enormous quantities of goods at a faster rate than before. While transforming the American economy for the better, these new inventions drastically changed our society as massive quantities of low cost products became accessible to all, and coupled with a rapid growing population, it ushered in a new era of Mass Consumption....   [tags: Industrial Revolution, Factory]

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Universal Immunization : A New Era Of Social Prosperity

- Universal immunization is critical to bring the international community to a new era of social prosperity and in the general universal scheme of development. Despite the support for immunization by many countries and organizations, under-immunized children continually dominate rural regions. India recognizes the importance of global immunization and has continually struggled to provide vaccines to children in rural regions due to the large population and the underdeveloped infrastructure in some sectors....   [tags: Vaccination, Vaccine]

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Soviet Union Into A New Era Of Socialist Construction

- After the destruction left by the civil war and the economic inequality of the New Economic Policy (NEP), Stalin prepared to push the Soviet Union into a new era of ‘socialist construction’. Launched in 1928 the First Five Year Plan outlined the expansion and targets of Soviet industry, while pledging great advances for the Soviet people. In 1933, the Second Five Year Plan followed the first, by which time the structure of industrialized Soviet society had been set. John Scott’s Behind the Urals depicts Soviet life in 1933 Magnitogorsk and provides insight into Soviet society after the First Five Year Plan....   [tags: Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin]

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The Master Key Of Iphones, Unethical, And The New Era Of Technology

- The Master Key to Iphones is Unethical The San Bernardino vs Government case has been in the news for the last months since the terrorist attack last December. It has reminded the world the importance of encryption which is essential for our lives and privacy in this new era of technology. After the attack, the FBI asked Apple for help to access an iphone that belonged to Syed Rizwan Farook one of the perpetrators of the attack, Because the FBI could not access it due to the modern encryption and security features new iphones have....   [tags: Cryptography, Encryption, IPhone, Steve Jobs]

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The Italian Renaissance: A New Era After the Middle ages

- When the Middle Ages started to decline, a new era began to emerge. Inspired by secularism and the classics of ancient Rome and Greece, the Italian Renaissance was a cultural evolution that spurred some the world’s finest arts, music, architecture, and literature. The Italian Renaissance was a surge of ideas and creativity that would define the modern world. Since the end of the Renaissance, scholars have been mystified by the root cause that led to such a great era. Although the origins of the Italian Renaissance all vary in importance, all of the factors were linked to one another....   [tags: Patronage, Humanism, Death Plague]

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How J.R.R. Tolkien Brought a New Era of Literature

- J.R.R. Tolkien has a very unique was of writing and thinking. Why say that well let me tell you. One of the most celebrated writers in the world, and also many other works of writing and literature has not diminished the view of J.R.R. Tolkien. He has ushered us into a new age of literature and a new view of fantasy books and in all of our lives is a really positive effect. And it all happened through his imagination, and on might even say that we are in a new era of literature related advancements....   [tags: fantasy, accomplishment, literature]

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Black Lives Matter : A New Era Of Civil Rights

- "This is not a moment, but a movement," (blacklivesmatter.com). Black Lives Matter is a multinational activist movement that began in the African-American communities of the United States of America. The Black Lives Matter Movement protests against the planned violence and racism that oppresses black communities across the United States of America and in other countries. Black Lives Matter started in 2012 after the state of chaos caused by the Trayvon Martin case. George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer murdered 17-year-old Trayvon Benjamin Martin, in Sanford, Florida....   [tags: Racism, Race, Black people, White people]

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An Organization 's Survival During The New Era

- Terrorist Organizations strive on the ability to communicate their agendas to their fellow followers, affiliates, supporters, and the world. Leadership within the terrorists’ organizations is essential to an organization 's communication level, recruitment, and influence. The issue with leadership and the organization as a whole is that when times change and so does the leadership and ways of communication. Evolving with the changing times is key for an organization’s survival during the new era....   [tags: Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, Taliban]

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Chemistry: New Era for Organic Semiconducting Polymers

- Semiconducting Polymers, Polythiophenes Introduction The discovery of poly(acetylene); a conjugated polymer in 1977 paved the pathway for a new era for organic semiconducting polymers.1, 2 Easy processability, low cost, mechanical flexibility, light weight, higher absorption coefficients of these conjugated organic semiconducting polymers made them promising candidates for the applications such as organic field effect transistors (OFETs), bulk heterojunction (BHJ) solar cells and organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs).1, 3 Over the past decades extensive research has been carried out to investigate new conjugated materials to achieve higher efficiencies in BHJ solar cells and higher charge...   [tags: Semiconducting Polymers, Polythiophenes]

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The Era of New Technology

- ::: INTRODUCTION ::: Many people cannot visualise the period of time when technology begin to develop incredibly fast day by day. By innovating products which never have place before people started to purchase the novelty as well as enjoy the revolution. The era of new technology also increase the market research as more people wanted to expand and invent different ideas to become competition. In addition the modernisation started to bring huge amount of profits so people begin to formulate more and more companies to come up with better inspiration as well as to beat the competition....   [tags: Business, Sony Products]

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Social Medi A New Marketing Era

- 1. Introduction “Engage or die” the story of a new marketing era. Due to constant technology changes, the arsing of digital communication as well as the potential that is offered by Web 2.0 lead to one of the most biggest trends in todays world- Social Media. Social Media can be described as innovative tools that connect people or so called users all around the world and give them the opportunity to interact with them. But not only on a personal level Social Media got more important over recent years, also companies have found more and more interest on Social Media as a business tool....   [tags: Social media, Marketing, Research, Facebook]

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Playstation 3: The New Era Of Gaming

- Playstation 3: The New Era of Gaming The Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) is the most recent game consoles by Sony Inc. to come out. Becoming the trilogy of the Playstation series, the PS3 packs many of the same or similar characteristics as the Playstation 2 (PS2). But it also has its own characteristics which places it on another level. Being a highly priced console (ranging from $400-$600), there is a lot offered from the PS3 console. It includes high-definition graphics (HDTV compatible), a Blu-ray disc hard drive, wireless controllers, Gigabit Ethernet, and a built-in Bluetooth....   [tags: Sony PS3 Video Game Systems Consoles]

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New Era for DeBeers Diamond Business: From London to Botswana

- NEW ERA FOR DE BEERS` DIAMOND BUSINESS: FROM LONDON TO BOTSWANA The Diamond business, that took place for over than 120 years in London, has now been moved to Gaborone, Botswana. The London office opened for business back in 1930`s by establishing the Diamond Trading Company, which controlled rough diamonds market ever since. The Diamond Trading Company belonging to the De Beers focused mainly on valuing, sorting and sales of rough diamonds to many international handpicked clients. Their business was booming and reached peak in sales in 80`s and 90`s....   [tags: change in market behavior]

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The New Era of Learning: The Effects of the Brown vs. the Board of Education

- “Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksand of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time. I have a dream.” – Martin Luther King Jr. It is because of the Brown vs. The Board of Education court case that allows the University of Texas at Austin, along with hundreds of universities, to be deemed diverse. This case opened new doors to racial opportunities that have now become prominent in the current day. What started off as a plea for equality, would change the world in its own way....   [tags: diverse, equality, education, segregation]

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A New Era of Love: Interracial Dating and Marriage

- “Night and the day, when united, bring forth the beautiful light.”- Victor Hugo. According to a chart presented by the United States Census Bureau, there has been a sharp increase in interracial marriage since the passing of the Supreme Court’s decision that deemed anti-miscegenation laws unconstitutional in 1967. This was passed due to the case of Loving vs. Virginia, in which a newly married Virginian couple was arrested because they were of two races; black and white. Interracial dating was the next step in desegregation in America, although there are some who still oppose it today....   [tags: aversive racism, equal rights]

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New Technology in the Civil War Era

- New Technology In The Civil War Era My research project is about the new technology that was used during the Civil War. There was new weapons used during the war and also other technologies that helped with the war. These helped change the way people lived and made life easier for them. The Repeating Rifle was used during the Civil War by 1863. These guns could fire more than one bullet before they needed to be reloaded. The most popular one was called the Spencer Carbine and it could shoot seven shots in 30 seconds....   [tags: weapons, railroads, transportation]

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Romantic Era: Time of a New Time

- Romantic Era: Time of a New Time It was a time of no choice. A man was born into his class he did not have a choice of what he could do in this country. There was a class of nobility and then the class of poor. There was no sense of religious freedom you were either a follower of the church or you were a follower of the church. The church controlled the government made the laws and taught what was right and wrong and no one was allowed to question it. For the poorer class it was a time were life went by fast there was no time for imagination, thought, and even the simplest things that we today do not acknowledge at all....   [tags: Poetry Analysis ]

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Is The Internet Bring A New Era Of American Cultural Imperia

- The Internet has emerged as the most rapidity adopted communication medium in history. The Internet by design is de-centralized, inexpensive, uncensored, and accessible from anywhere in the globe. Bill Gates contends that the Internet is first step along the “Information Superhighway”, which will ultimately create a “global village” that will allow for a more symmetrically distribution of information. The United States, which invented most of the underlying technologies for the Internet, leads the rest of the world in embracing the Internet as measuring by users, the number of English based web-sites, and Internet Service Providers (ISP), but also producing the hardware and software that d...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Cyber Crime And Smartphones : A New Age Era Of Smartphones And Cellphone Technology

- Cyber Crime and Smartphones In this new age era of smartphones and cellphone technology, there exists an open market for crime. Cellphones have become more like handheld personal computers. They store vast amounts of personal and financial information. Hackers and thieves alike can gain access to your personal and banking information, or infect your phone with a virus or spyware. In the past 8-10 years, cellphones have become much more than communication devices centered on placing telephone calls or texting....   [tags: Mobile phone, Laptop, Smartphone]

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The Renaissance Era, An Upbringing Of New Cultural Ideas And Innovations

- The Renaissance era, an upbringing of new cultural ideas and innovations. People began to expand their knowledge on humanism, music, science, artistic and social innovations. During this time period, art had begun to play a significant role in society. Artists have not only received a commission for their works, but also the world-renown frame. Two artists who have become famous for their works during the Italian Renaissance are Donatello and Michelangelo. These artists have both depicted David, a biblical hero....   [tags: Florence, Renaissance, Italian Renaissance]

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The Gregorian Era Ignited New Movements Of Reformation

- The Gregorian era ignited new movements of reformation giving raise to new heretical ideas. Madigan explains that while for centuries there was no evidence of popular heresy, things changed between the 11th and the 12th century. The reformation’s goal was to eradicate simony and unchastely corrupted priests. Two clergy critics moved from permissible denunciation, to radical anticlericalism, to heretical preaching (175): Henry of Lausanne and Peter of Bruys. Henry left his monastery to preach against the sins of the clergy, he was rejecting central aspects of the Catholic Church, like the original sin, and therefore baptism, and—prayers for the deaths....   [tags: Catholic Church, Christianity, Pope]

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The New Era of Criminal Justice: A Brief History of Unmanned Armed Vehicles

- As we advance together as a civilization, our technology advances with us. Through the development of flight and the ability to us a closed circuit camera system we have been able to develop vehicles that can be piloted without a physical pilot in them, I am talking about Unmanned Vehicles. Usually when people hear the word Unmanned vehicles they think of huge drones that the military uses to protect our troops and also carry out airstrikes in high-risk airspaces. But the term Unmanned vehicle has a much more broader definition....   [tags: technology, patrol cars, police, fbi]

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Responsible Executive Compensation for a New Era of Accountability

- Compensation and the Chief Executive Officer Executive compensation has come under increasing scrutiny in recent literature in the wake of the growing publicity surrounding managerial failures and executive self-interest. Financial experts have long been examining the problem of aligning the performance of executives with their salaries and benefits. Public discontent with the visible top-heaviness of the compensation structure has brought this issue into the spotlight throughout the business world....   [tags: Executive Compensation and Social Responsibility]

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My First Day Of High School

- As I walked through the wide double doors of a new school, I knew a thrilling adventure was ahead of me. The school pride shined brightly across the blue and gold colored hallways. Even the people seemed to have a certain school pride surrounding them. Many memories have come and gone in this building but the memory of my first day of high school will forever be a vivid memory in my mind. My brand name outfit and expensive backpack had me feeling as if those halls could be conquered, but with the next few steps the mirrored hallways and mazes of doors began to over whelm me....   [tags: High school, College, Middle school, A New Era]

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The Gospels And Acts : The Gospel And Initiation Of The New Christian Church Era

- The Gospels and Acts provide a meaning connection to Christ ministry on earth, the work of the Holy Spirit, and the initiation of the new Christian church era. The Pentecostal experience was a great outpouring upon the believers with the ability to speak in other languages. However, this was not the overarching meaning of the Pentecost occurrence. The believers that were in the house during the experience were able to witness to other people because of the Holy Spirit. It was the witnessing that promoted Christ and the deeds of God’s power....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, Baptism, Christian terms]

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Employment Discrimination Against Black Felons: The New Jim Crow Era

- In today’s world, we treat criminals and offenders that are out of prison in a similar manner to how people were treated in the Jim Crow era. One example of the new Jim Crow Era is Sonya Jennings. Sonya is a felon as well as an African American mother. She was given an eight years probation after being arrested for possession of narcotics. Since Sonya is now tagged as a felon, she does not have the right to vote, she cannot receive public welfare, and she faces job discrimination (Alexander)....   [tags: Racism in Modern America]

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The United States from the Discovery of the New World to the Reconstruction Era

- When it comes to assessing the accuracy and the significance of an event in the history, primary sources are one of the first and foremost evidence that are used to justify that event. Without those primary sources, it would be difficult to know if an event really exists and under what circumstances that event happened. Primary sources are credible, first-hand sources from the past that are related to historical events, recorded by the people who witnessed the events. They have to be created within a time frame of 40 to 50 years since the date the events took place....   [tags: US history, primary sources]

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Film Analysis and Different Viewpoints on A Woman Under the Influence, and Wanda

- I. Introduction Beginning in the late 1960’s, a new film movement known as New Hollywood began, rapidly replacing the Classical method of filmmaking. This era was unique because many popular films of the time were produced outside of the studio system, shot on-location, and with non-professional actors and actresses. These “art films” were brash, irreverent, and full of anger. While directors during this time used drastically different methods to achieve their final product, the meaning they attempted to convey through their art was often quite similar in its presentation and encompassment of society....   [tags: Domestic Films, New Hollywood Era]

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New Marketing Strategies in the Era of Online Technology

- Social media is defined as “web sites and other online means of communication that are used by large groups of people to share information and to develop social and professional contacts” (Dictionary.com). Social media have dramatically altered mass media production and consumption of sports broadcasting and marketing. In the current digital age, media users have a wide variety of social channels available at their disposal. There is so much information available electronically that searching for and obtaining information can become overwhelming....   [tags: publicity & communication through social media]

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The Russian Era Of The Soviet Revolution And The Opening Of A New Page

- “October 1917 marked the beginning of the Russian Revolution and the opening of a new page in the history of human society. It is to this social revolution, rather than to the technological revolution, that the basic element of Russian architecture are tied.” El Lissitzsky writes this passage. It stated the truth that the revolution in architecture accompanied with political revolution was happening in Russia, which gestates the advanced era of Russian architecture call Russia avant-grade. One of the most influential and wide range movement of modernism art work in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union is the Russian avant-garde, during the period of 1890s to 1930s....   [tags: Russia, October Revolution, Soviet Union]

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Contingency Planning

- The topic that I have chose from the New Era of Management, Richard L. Daft Tenth Edition is contingency planning. My main idea for the contingency planning is it is very vital for either company or other condition to solve the problem when an emergency is happened and minimize the consequences of the problem. Contingency planning can be also a supporting plan that deals with on specific type of emergency to achieve the goal. The first article I have chose which is related to the contingency plan is “Oil Spill Response Information System and Contingency Planning for Guinean Waters”, page 673-700 which says the Guinea government decided to draw up a plan and organisation to develop Guinean M...   [tags: New Era of Management, emergency, project]

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Soft Power Revolution: An Analysis of Social Media and Non-Violent Activism in the New Era

- Introduction: The film ‘Bringing down a Dictator’ in a inspiring documentary about the peaceful revolution in Serbia in 1999. The Bulldozer revolution in Serbia inspired the so-called ‘color revolutions’ of Easter Europe and Central Asia where massive street protest after disputed elections led to the overthrown of authoritarian leaders (Dudouet, 2008, p. 9). The strategies of activist in Georgia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus have many parallels to the current ‘Arab Spring.’ This paper will analyze York’s documentary, Bringing Down a Dictator in the terms of nonviolent theory and peaceful social revolution....   [tags: Facebook Twitter YouTube Essays]

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The Impact of the New Deal on the Great Depression Era

- The Impact of the New Deal on the Great Depression Era In 1933, President Roosevelt proposed New Deal legislation to alleviate the effects of the Great Depression through various public works programs and other federal initiatives. The many reforms of the New Deal were racked by intense criticism from their very beginnings. The New Deal was a catalyst in the surge of the federal government’s power. One year before the financial collapse on Wall Street, President Hoover said, “We in America today are nearer to the financial triumph over poverty than ever before in the history of our land” (Major 31)....   [tags: American America History]

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Manchild In the Promised Land: A New Perspective into the Post World War II Era

- The novel, Manchild In the Promised Land, by Claude Brown, fictionalizes his life during the Civil Rights Movement. This novel explores the themes of racism, poverty and the movement for blacks to gain respect as a demographic. While many of us know the ins and outs of the ideals of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and The Black Panthers. We’re unfamiliar with the life of the average people who wanted to fight to gain respect but the process of just trying to stay alive hindered them from doing so....   [tags: Civil Rights Movement, Malcom X, King]

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The Progressive Era?s influence on the New Deal

- The accomplishments taken place upon the onset of the many New Deal legislations owe much to the seeds implanted and unknowingly disseminated by the pre-WWI Progressive movement. Sparked by the new image as a world power, industrialization, and immigration at the dawn of the new century, a new found reform movement gripped the nation. With the new found image of the nation and world as a whole, the reforms advanced the position of the previously ignored people of the nation, as did its reincarnation and rebirth apparent in the New Deal....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Scientific Revolution and Modern Era

- The scientific revolution contributed significantly to the development of the modern era. The scientific revolution established new ways of thinking. With these new ways of thinking it created new knowledge that helped explain the natural world. With this new knowledge philosophers questioned political institutions and society in unprecedented ways. Isaac Newton was a successful philosopher through mathematical breakthroughs, motion of force, and gravitation. Isaac Newton was born on Christmas day in 1642....   [tags: gravitation, newton, new thinking]

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THE BEGINNING OF AN ERA

- Robert V. Remini’s discourse, The Jacksonian Era, defined two substantial political controversies during the Jacksonian era. First, the one-party political system, from Remini’s evidence, was an encumbrance to American politics. The two-party system was more valuable to running orderly societies. Second, Remini further articulated that a democratic government, rather than an administration run by elitists, was in the best interest for the sovereignty of the American people. The dual party’s re-birth to American politics and democracy emerged during Andrew Jackson’s 1828 campaign....   [tags: Jacksonian Era, Andrew Jackson, American History]

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The American Wing Of The Civil War Era Gallery

- In Germany, an artist named Otto Boetticher who came to the United States around 1850 and he painted his creation the Seventh Regiment on Review, Washington Square, New York. This painting can be found in the American Wing of the Civil War Era gallery, accession number 54.90.295. The collection the painting belongs to is the “The Edward W. C. Arnold Collection of New York Prints, Maps, and Pictures, Bequest of Edward W. C. Arnold, 1954.” The painting is oil on canvas painting in 1851. As the painting is found in the American Wing of the Civil War Era gallery, the painting is surrounded by many other paintings from the same era....   [tags: United States, New York City, American Civil War]

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George Gissing 's New Grub Street

- George Gissing’s New Grub Street reveals a paradigm of culture changes happening during the Victorian Era in England. Females in the novel either represent those who follow the female model set out for them or the New Woman model. Amy Reardon earnestly seeks to provide a comfortable household for her husband and son but is unable to due to her husband not earning any money. Meanwhile, Marian Yule and Dora Milvain want something more out of their lives. While Marian Yule must compose material, for which she will never receive recognition, she ultimately branches out from societal norms by becoming a rural librarian....   [tags: Victorian era, Social class, Sociology]

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Changes During The Victorian Era

- The Victorian Era Throughout the years of 1837 to 1901, there was rapid changes in development during the Victorian Era. Some examples of the new development that took hold during the Victorian Era include advancement in medical, scientific, and technological knowledge, to the changes in population growth and location. Throughout the drastic changes. the people of the countries mood changed. Their moods started out with confidence and optimism, then towards the end of the Victorian time period it turned into a economic boom which led to uncertainty and doubt regarding Britain’s place in the world (History in Focus”)....   [tags: Victorian era, Social class]

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Music Styles in the Renaissance Era

- Renaissance era or rebirth ear brought a new attitude towards music. It started in Europe, Italy to be exact, from the fourteen to the sixteen century. Italians wanted to bring “the rebirth of their past” (Kerman, p.65).This period brought the rebirth of humanism and acceptance of diversity of cultures. Music was made to be played in the church during prayer times. When church lost power and control, music moved to the courts. Artists and musicians had more freedom and individualism to create music of their choice....   [tags: Rebirth Era, Music, Classical Period]

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School Codes And The Victorian Era

- Although many students born in the twenty-first century complain about school being very boring, children in the Victorian Era had a much duller education. The teachers were much stricter ( The Victorian School Day 1), the punishments much harsher (Victorian Schools 1), and the classes consisted of mostly copying and reciting (Nick P. 2). In fact, many children didn’t go to school until a law passed in 1880 that made school mandatory (Schools During the Victorian Times 1). During the Victorian Era, more children began to go to school because of school codes and more schools, and teachers taught students a variety of subjects using many different methods....   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, Victorian era]

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What Can Be Learned From the Study of The Prehistoric Era?

- The study of the prehistoric era has resulted in many findings, which has opened the door for many sciences. There have been great strides made in the exploration of prehistoric humans, in that modern day society has gained insight into the past. This should not be judged as having been an easy feat. Earlier researchers would have had us believe that prehistoric intelligence was not possible among “savages.” However, humankind’s natural instinct is to pursue knowledge and move forward. All the advances made throughout history testify to that....   [tags: Prehistoric Era]

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How to Revive the Golden Era of Islam

- Introduction: I’m going to describe the briefly introduction of the golden era of islam.The golden era of Islam starts in the mid of 8th century by the ascension of the Abbasid caliphate. He claimed to belong to the same tribe oh prophet Muhammad (SAW) that’s why he followed Quran and suuah, during this period the Arab world became a center of science, philosophy, medicine and education. Is it possible to revive the golden era of Islam. As a Muslim we should believe that we can do this. But problem is that what way we adopt to do this....   [tags: Golden Era of Islam]

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Targeting The Audience Of The Elizabethan Era

- let Essay: Targeting the Audience The Elizabethan era was a period of major change and uncertainty. This era was the time period of Queen Elizabeth I 's reign, also called the 'Golden Era '. She was the queen of England from 1558 to 1603. One of the changes during this era was the revolution of a new industry. Prior to her reign, most of the population lived in rural districts. The new development in the industry caused an increase in population and created jobs. "A distinct and prosperous middle class developed for the first time in English history" (Morgan, 2016)....   [tags: Elizabeth I of England, Elizabethan era, Hamlet]

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The Transition between Romantic Era to Realism Movement

- In the late eighteenth century, a movement spread throughout the world that was known as the Romantic Era. The works of authors, artists, and musicians were influenced by emotions and imagination. Characters in literature during that time period heavily relied on impulses to guide them in their decisions. Whether it is the logical choice or not, they followed their hearts instead. The image that Romanticism created was one of a perfect, unrealistic lifestyle because of the worship to the beauty of nature and human emotions....   [tags: realist era, romanticism, realism]

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Freedom Of The South During The Reconstruction Era Of America

- With the civil war coming to an end, the congressman of Illinois presented a fresh, new concept. This modern idea stated that the United States of America was a new nation and “for the first time, it had been wholly free.” Many of the white men from this time period were against the change and pursued their old way of life, which prevented the newly made amendments from going into full effect. Freedom in the south during the reconstruction era of America was very controversial. There were many different conceptions of what freedom was....   [tags: Reconstruction era of the United States]

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The Era Of The Lenape Indians

- One of the very first electrified streets in the United States was Broadway. This gave it many opportunities to become a large icon for our nation. As we know now it is one of the most well-known places for great entertainment. However Broadway was not always the iconic entertainment center it is today; it was stolen, had New York City emerge around it, and persevered through many difficult economic and cultural times. Broadway started out as the main trading route of the Lenape Indians. The trail was known as the Wickquasgeck Trail and ran 15 miles through rough terrain (Purdy)....   [tags: New York City, Manhattan, Broadway]

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The New Pow Wow Step

- ... It's evident in groups from foreign countries, especially Europe and Asia, who have music that appear here in North America and we are introduced to a new culture as a direct result. In ATCR, the group has been quoted many times about their new style of music, and in this blend of two styles there is a question of authenticity that often arises in music like this. It is true that most from the traditional aspect would deem this group as inauthentic, because they are not purely conventional....   [tags: electonic, music, genre, culture, views, era]

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The New City Of New Orleans

- There is no doubt that after all it has been through the city of New Orleans has earned its title as one of the most historic cities in American history. People share a cultural memory here, a cultural memory that blends legacies from Europe, West Africa, Native America and many other cultures to create the unique atmosphere difficult to find anywhere else. In addition, regardless of all the harsh realities the city has been through, such as, war, economic booms and bust, river floods, and Hurricane Katrina it still remains standing today....   [tags: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, City]

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Reflection Paper On The Era Of Reconstruction

- J’Taiya Carr 1/25/15 Chapter 17 REFLECTION PAPER 1 Almost 100 years after fighting to be our own country, America fought itself to stay a country and the aftermath was anything but peaceful. I am not surprised this happened since America has shown it will fight for what it believes in and the freedom they believe they deserve. The era of reconstruction lasted from 1865 to 1877, consisting of the government fighting to fix the country so America could rise from the ashes and become a great nation again....   [tags: Reconstruction era of the United States]

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The Elizabethan Era in England

- The Elizabethan Era is often referred to as the Golden Age of England (A Changing View...). The Elizabethan Era, named after Queen Elizabeth I, was a time of change and discovery (Elizabethan Superstitions). Elizabeth ruled in a time of religious turmoil; both the Catholics and Protestants fought to be the official religion of England. (Elizabethan World View). Many people throughout England struggled to find the “correct” religion (Elizabethan World View). Religion was changing and so did science....   [tags: Elizabethan Era, history, ]

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New Zealand Is Considered A Democracy

- New Zealand is considered a democracy. This means that ideally all people are equal and have the right to decide how the country is run. However, currently it is only for people that are over 18 years of age. This should remain so, and the voting age should not be lowered to 16. 16 Year olds should not be allowed to vote due to their legal restrictions on what they are allowed to do. According to New Zealand law, people who are of 16 years of age cannot leave home without parental consent, cannot be tried in an adult court and cannot undergo medical or dental procedures without parental consent....   [tags: New Zealand, Democracy, Statistics New Zealand]

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The Victorian Er An Era Of British History

- The Victorian Era was an era of British history that started from Queen Victoria 's inauguration from June 20 1837 to her death on January 22 1901. During Victorian Britain, human development and industrialization from the industrial revolution skyrocketed, unleashing new perspectives that people had never thought about before. With the development of new industries and lifestyles, many people stopped looking towards nature and started being occupied by the hard work industrial city life held. Romanticism was the literature that looked upon nature and arts as opposed to municipal lifestyles and civic constrictions....   [tags: Victorian era, Victorian literature]

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The Classical Era Of The Modern Era

- Ludwig van Beethoven The Classical era was a time for order, objectivity, harmonious proportion, and noble simplicity. The switch between the ways of the old world and the beginning of the new world was what constituted the characteristics that shaped this era. Major changes were brought into the world; advances in science and ideas, the changing of aristocratic sovereigns in Europe, style of art and ways of thinking. However, a major part of the Classical era that changed was music. This new era brought with it a handful of new musicians and composers, such as Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Tokugawa Era in Japan

- The Tokugawa Era in Japan, also known as the Edo Period, took place after the Era of Warring States, which in Japanese is called the Sengoku Jidai. Events that occurred during this era were essential to the start of the Tokugawa Shogunate¹. The Sengoku Jidai started in the 1500s with the Ashikaga Shogunate, when General Ashikaga Takauji crushed a samurai rebellion. The current emperor at the time, Go-Daigo, "—a man of 30 determined to put an end to cloister rule..." (Swann 147) refused to make him shogun....   [tags: Edo Period, Era Warring States, Japanese History]

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