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Success of Communist Ideas in American Government

- The Success of Communist Ideas in American Government      Ever since the beginning of the Cold War, Americans have held the word "Communism" to have many negative connotations. Our country has been focused on preventing the spread of that evil form of government. Wars were fought in foreign lands; American lives were lost protecting the world from Communism. Many Americans would be horrified, then, to find that the righteous system of Capitalism actually incorporates many Communist ideas....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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The Shocking Ideas of Kate Chopin's The Awakening

- The Shocking Ideas of The Awakening Ideas that resist existing social boundaries commonly are rejected at first, because people don’t want to wake up from their reliable lives. Kate Chopin, however, believed that an awakening was in order, and she attempted to open the eyes of society through her novel The Awakening. The public’s reaction to Chopin’s novel was not one of acceptance. "Too strong a drink for moral babies, and should be labeled ‘poison,’" was the how the Republic described Chopin's work (Seyersted 174)....   [tags: Chopin Awakening Essays]

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In this essay I will be discussing the playwright's ideas of

- In this essay I will be discussing the playwright's ideas of Manliness, Hostility and Aggression in A View from the Bridge. 'A View from the Bridge' is a play set in Brooklyn in the 1940s. The protagonist is Eddie, an Italian immigrant and longshoreman living in Brooklyn. Eddie lives with his wife and niece, and the play starts with them waiting for the arrival of Beatrice's two cousins, Marco and Rodolpho. They are illegal immigrants looking for work in order to fund their families at home in Italy....   [tags: English Literature]

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Catherine The Great And The New Law Code

- Catherine II, or more commonly known as Catherine the Great, reigned over Russia with the ideas of Enlightenment. These ideas are best seen in her attempt at a new law code, the Nakaz. From reading the Nakaz, someone can see that Catherine saw the Enlightenment ideas of natural law, freedom, and liberty as the most important. The new law code was created not only to enforce the enlightenment ideas, but also to have a more concise law code for the people of Russia. Catherine argued that a trend towards Enlightenment of government would help connect Russia with the West....   [tags: Political philosophy, Law, Age of Enlightenment]

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Coles’ Ideas in The Tradition: Fact and Fiction

- Coles’ Ideas in The Tradition: Fact and Fiction “The documentary tradition as a continually developing “record” that is made in so many ways, with different voices and vision, intents and concerns, and with each contributor, finally, needing to meet a personal text” (Coles 218). Coles writes “The Tradition: Fact and Fiction” and describes the process of documenting, and what it is to be a documentarian. He clearly explains through many examples and across disciplines that there is no “fact or fiction” but it is intertwined, all in the eye of the maker....   [tags: Photography Journalism Coles Essays Papers]

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New Ways of Thinking in Science and Art

- Samuel Johnson stated “Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it” (Richard Van De Lagemaat pg.28). Many philosophers constructed their ideologies by exploring the world around them and for their sense of curiosity. However, as the years passed, many of the theories proven changed due to new information discovered. The reason for these new discoveries to occur was because of “curiosity”. Curiosity opened the doors for inquiry and great ideas or even inventions....   [tags: Philosophy ]

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Society Exposed in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World

- Society Exposed in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World One may think that the society in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is a gross representation of the future, but perhaps our society isn’t that much different. In his foreword to the novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley envisioned this statement when he wrote: "To make them love it is the task assigned, in present-day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda...." Thus, through hypnopaedic teaching (brainwashing), mandatory attendance to community gatherings, and the use of drugs to control emotions, Huxley bitterly satirized the society in which we live....   [tags: Aldous Huxley Brave New World]

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Ideas, Themes, Symbols, and Symbolism in Siddhartha

- Siddhartha: Ideas, Themes, and Symbols This novel had the constant presence of the philosophy of Buddha. From the beginning to the end, Siddhartha was in search of Nirvana. He repetitively showed dissatisfaction to each of his new lifestyles and had to move on in his search. This philosophy was emphasized greatly at the climax, when Siddhartha attempted suicide but heard the all-knowing "Om" from within himself. By the end, both he and his friend, Govinda, had reached enlightenment....   [tags: Hesse Siddhartha Essays]

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Brave New World: The Destruction of Family

- Is the push for a perfect utopia enough to siphon motherhood, family, and love. As in Brave New World, Aldous Huxley illustrates the destruction of the idea of family in this ’perfect world‘. People in the world today have the ability to express love and obtain a family. Huxley explores the futuristic outlook on a world (in many ways similar to ours) that would not allow such humanistic traits. Science is so called the ’father of progress’ and yet the development of Fordism and the evolution of artificial fertilization deteriorates the social value of science....   [tags: Aldous Huxley]

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Alcohol in Our Society; Huxley’s View in Relation to Brave New World

- Alcohol in Our Society; Huxley’s View in Relation to Brave New World Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is a science fiction book that captures both the good and bad sides of cloning and mass production of humans through science. Huxley’s book, published in 1932, conveys his well-developed and disturbingly accurate ideas about human behavior in what was then the distant future. In addition, his writing measures the capacity for which humans can obsess over not only having a perfect society, but also having total control over everyone and everything in a world where nothing is wild and untamed....   [tags: Brave New World Aldous Huxley]

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Reflective Observation : Reflection Of The New Experience

- TWO – REFLECTIVE OBSERVATION: is a reflection of the new experience we have completed. It is essential to take into account any possible inconsistencies between our experience and our understanding. After completing an activity it is important to take time out and reflect on our decisions and the impact that they have had. We can reflect on this new experience multiple times. It is most common that reflection occurs almost immediately after our experience. We like to know if we feel we made the right decision or if there is anything that we could have or should have done differently....   [tags: Cognition, Decision theory, Future]

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A taste of New Zealand food culture

- In this essay we will explore how food and the environment relate to the sociological imagination and they're dimensions which include historical, cultural and structural. What has control or influence over our eating habits which may be political, historical or economic. This essay in written based on the writings of Carter, I. And Meynard, A. (2001) 'Tell me what you ear ...' in C. Bell (ed) Sociology of Everyday Life in New Zealand.. By the end of this essay I hope we will have a clear understanding of how food and eating can relate to our society and how they can influence one another....   [tags: McDonalisation, Sociological Imagination]

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Understanding Induction and Coaching of New Employees

- ... Coaching & mentoring, both of which will focus on the new employee, can enhance their morale, motivation and productivity and reduce the risk of them leaving the business as the new employee will feel valued.  Mentoring - University of Bath – Induction guide for Managers states Mentoring is ‘more general guidance and support, usually delivered by a colleague from another department or outside your institution, and aimed at giving you the confidence and capability to meet current and future challenges’....   [tags: team members, organizations, questions]

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Marketing Plan For New Product Development

- New Product Development is the process of designing, creating and bringing a new product to market. It is important that when businesses develop new innovations, they have the following eight stages included in the product development. By setting out the steps involved, and sticking to them, the product development will become a more focused and flexible approach that can be adapted for different types of products and/or services. This also applies to the public sector.  Idea Generating – This process will normally start with the product concept....   [tags: Marketing, Strategic management, Idea, Management]

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Elements of the New French Extremity in Irreversible

- The New French Extremity is probably one of the most controversial film periods of French history. Since the 1990’s until today, the idea of breaking away from classical film techniques have been emerging. There came an idea of doing anything possible to make films out of the ordinary. It was an idea to make the audience uncomfortable and disgusted from what they were viewing. The New French Extremity seized to be completely different. Those differences are very well depicted in the new French films produced in that time period and have a new perspective, in which disgust the audience....   [tags: disgust, film, realism]

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Roosevelt's "New Deal"

- At the beginning of the 1930s, the American dollar depreciated rapidly, 17% of the workforce became unemployed, and Americans were losing hope in Capitalist ideas. During the 1932 election, Franklin Delano Roosevelt ran for office with the “New Deal” as his main focus. Soon after becoming elected and entering office on March 4th, 1933, he started implementing many new programs he felt would return the economy’s level to pre-1929. Many problems created by the stock market crash of 1929 were alleviated by the end of FDR’s third term, but the New Deal might not have been a total success....   [tags: Economics]

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Alternate Sources of Energy: Ideas and Possibilities

- Alternate Sources of Energy: Ideas and Possibilities Abstract:  Due to the economical and environmental costs of fossil fuels, as well as to the fuels limited supply, people are striving for renewable alternate sources of energy. Some energy possibilities for the future include the extraction of energy from solid waste, from highway winds, from nuclear fusion, and the earth's own inner heat. As the next century approaches, the world must confront many questions regarding energy. Information from recent research has found that the present energy conditions cannot and must not remain....   [tags: Technology Essays]

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Skills Needed For New And Upcoming Jobs

- The people that come to college are the ones looking for nonroutine jobs and trying to get rid of their routine jobs. Technology is increasing every single day and it is making routine jobs fade away, and this is creating more opportunities for nonroutine jobs. Nonroutine jobs involve more knowledgeable people or people who have better problem solving skills, they are not easily achievable like routine jobs. This article will cover the skills required to excel in today’s world, and those skills are nonroutine cognitive skills....   [tags: Problem solving, Critical thinking, Management]

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New Latino Diaspora: Studying of Racism

- Wortham Mortimer and Allard aim to summarize their study and findings exploring the Mexican model minority model and the impact of this on a growing Latino community, an area called the New Latin Diaspora. The New Latin Diaspora refers to a region not preciously related to a Latino population but in the past 15 years has become home to a large recently grown and continuing to grow Latino community. The city used in this particular research is called Marshall, (pseudonym) Pennsylvania. Wortham et all write that their research shows areas that fit this description are less likely to be home to negative racism because they are not home to a history of established racial tensions....   [tags: region, community, ethnic, group]

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Bad Ideas for Business Never Die

- The automobile was invented by Karl Benz in 1885 and the airplane by the Wright brothers in 1903. Just three years later the first flying car story appeared. And in the 98 years since then, flying cars have received copious coverage in the nation's media. In 1945, Ted Hall introduced his flying car, a development that was received by a wildly enthusiastic public. Roads would become obsolete, traffic jams a thing of the past. Every major aircraft manufacturer hoped to cash in on Hall's invention....   [tags: Strategic Management]

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Great Ideas Project: Origin of Sex

- Great Ideas Project: Origin of Sex Sex, though usually used in terms of reproduction, is actually quite separate: it refers to the splitting and recombining of genetic material through the meiosis (fission) and fertilization (fusion) of genomes in such a way that, when they are reproduced, the new generation of cells contains a different set of genes than that of its parents. Sex is by no means necessary for reproduction. Asexual reproduction, or parthenogenesis, is actually about twice as efficient for population growth; there is thus a “two-fold cost” of sex in reproduction....   [tags: DNA Biology Biological Papers]

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Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley

- Aldous Huxley explores the concept of a utopian and human perfection in his novel, Brave New World. The story is about a world in which controllers have created order for the citizens of the world. They have also gained obedience from practically every person. Children are no longer born, they are grown. In these factories, children are conditioned and brainwashed into becoming whatever the Controllers, the leaders of this global government, wish them to be. As such a society in which everyone has a place and a purpose is born....   [tags: Community, Identity, Stability]

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New vs Traditional Teaching Methods

- Becoming a rational citizen is a process that involves a series of lessons which are created to guide every person to create strong foundations for self-judgment and reasoning. Therefore, it is very important to find the right way to send this essential information to the students in order to promote creativity and efficiency for the new generations which are considered the drive to innovation, social and economic growth (V. S.Damodharan & V. Rengarajan 07).In this case, the measure of efficiency in teaching besides the material presented, narrows down to the process used in the teaching system....   [tags: Education]

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Early Ideas Behind Logic Programming

- Early Ideas Behind Logic Programming Historical Perspectives Logic programming is an approach to computer science in which the first order predicate logic is used as a high level programming language. The use of symbolic logic as a programming language has a history of not more than thirty years, but the study of the symbolic logic goes back to the work of Aristotle in the fourth century B. C. First Order Predicate Logic is a branch of symbolic logic that has evolved largely in the twentieth century....   [tags: Computers]

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Implementing New Performance Management Evaluation

- Leading change is defined as “the ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals.” There are six competences in which a city manager candidate must be able to achieve in order to be considered for the new city manager position. The first competence is to be creative and innovational. The new city manager should provide new insight. He or she will need to have the confidence to question socially accepted approaches and encourage new ideas, as well as implement new or advanced programs and process....   [tags: Goal, Management, Strategic management]

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The New Deal

- Leading up to the Great Depression, there were many problems that needed significant attention. The stock market crash was the primary contributor to the long years of national depression of the 1930s, but the events that came along with it were also very trying. Bank failures, mass unemployment, agricultural collapse, and industrial failures were all factors in this era of overwhelming melancholy, but with the election of 1932, a new plan was formed to change everything. President Roosevelt's New Deal was a new and radical approach to resolving the problems of the Great Depression because it was more left-winged than most ideas of that time and it contained innovative notions and concepts....   [tags: American History]

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The New Deal

- Through out the history of the United States and the world for that matter, there have been many ideas and laws that were considered revolutionary at time, meaning they were thought to be groundbreaking and completely new. However, this conception is often a mistake; many of these ideas are simply evolutions of previous and forgotten notions. This means that they were not truly avant-garde but actually just older ideas that changed and developed over the years. Two major political plans of the early 20th century that were considered revolutionary but in reality proved to be very evolutionary were Truman's Fair Deal and the Great Society....   [tags: American History]

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Jane Elton's Identity Conflict in Catherine Maria Sedgwick’s A New England Tale

- Jane Elton's Identity Conflict in Catherine Maria Sedgwick’s A New England Tale In her article “‘But is it any good?’: Evaluating Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Fiction,” Susan Harris provides methods and criteria for examining Women’s Fiction in what she calls “process analysis” (45). To apply Harris’ guidelines to Catherine Maria Sedgwick’s A New England Tale, I must first “acknowledge the ideological basis of [my] endeavor” (45) as a feminist/equalitist critique of the text. Furthermore, I identify the three-fold approach that Harris describes as historical, in distinguishing early nineteenth-century from mid- to late-century attitudes, rhetorical, in labeling Sedgwick’s communicat...   [tags: New England Tale Essays]

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The New Labour

- The New Labour 1. Introduction 1.1 Content: The essay question asks about whether the reforms implemented in the 1990's by Labour are a new phenomenon or a revamp of past policies implemented by other governments in their time. 1.2 Key terms: The idea of New Labour is described by Philip Norton as "A summary label to describe the economic polices devised by the Labour Party in the 1990's to ensure a departure from 'old Labour' economic policy" (Jones 2001, 697). 1.3 Hypothesis/Argument: I will compare and contrast different government policies from various governments at home and abroad....   [tags: Papers]

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Roosevelt's New Deal: Old Wine in New Bottles

- `Old wine in new bottles' is this an accurate description of the New Deal. "I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a New Deal for the American people." Franklin D. Roosevelt, accepting the Democratic nomination for President, July 2, 1932 With those words Roosevelt gave birth to an idea that gave the majority of the American people hope enough to elect him president, it also coined a phrase that will forever be synonymous with his administration as its flagship policy for the recovery and betterment of America....   [tags: American History]

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Mathematical Worthwhile Task

- “Doing mathematics begins with posing worthwhile tasks and then creating an environment where students take risks and share and defend mathematical ideas” (Van De Walle, Karp, Bay- Williams,2013). A worthwhile task encourages students to think, collaborate, and discover. When teaching mathematics, teachers need to make sure that students can use their background knowledge to make new connections and learn from each other. “Mathematics is more than completing sets of exercises or mimicking the process the teacher explains” (Van De Walle, Karp, Bay- Williams, 2013)....   [tags: mathematical ideas, memorization, repetition]

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Produce a new look for a website.

- Produce a new look for a website. 3.1.2 Formal Report =================== The problem that was in need of solving was to produce a new look for to target the 17 to 25 year olds. The look that the company were trying to aim for was young, energetic, dynamic and flexible. I firstly set out by comparing some current documents such as flyers, letters and invoices. This helped me as I could gather the best parts from these documents and use them to give me ideas to create new ones. The documents that I selected had to be 3 of a kind that were from three companies with two of a flyer and a letter....   [tags: Computer Science]

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The Advantages of the New Media Technologies

- The Advantages of the New Media Technologies Portability is a big advantage of new media technologies and is being touched upon by nearly all newly released technologies. Everything that has been previously released is then re-released but in a smaller version. One good example of this is the iPod. Although there original iPod was a huge seller, selling 4.5 million in just 3 months, Apple then decided to release the ‘iPod mini’. Even though it was only possible to fit 1000 songs on the iPod mini it was still one of the most anticipated new technologies of last year....   [tags: Papers]

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New Deal and the end of the Depression

- New Deal and the end of the Depression The depression was a time that America had not prepared for. The banks had financial difficulties when people lost their borrowed money on the stock market. Unemployment was very high with many businesses losing money through over-production and under-consumption. Therefore many factory workers were put out a job. With 14.5million workers being unemployed in 1933 the factories profits had fallen dramatically. With firms doing badly, the whole country suffered....   [tags: Papers]

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Drawing the Line on the New Censorship

- Drawing the Line on the New Censorship Censorship is a great temptation, particularly when we see something that offends or frightens us. At such times, our best defense is to remember what J. M. Coetzee writes in Giving Offense: Essays on Censorship. "By their very nature, censors wound their own vision when they restrict what others can see. The one who pronounces the ban ... becomes, in effect, the blind one, the one at the center of the ring in the game of blind man's bluff." But the new landscape of ideas and their control leaves many people queasy and uneasy about media, morality, and responsibility....   [tags: Papers]

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A New Age in Space Exploration?

- “A Renewed Spirit of Discovery” was the title of President Bush’s speech for his vision of new Space Exploration. Since the debate was given on January 14, 2004, it has produced viable concerns from those who support and oppose the initiative. Arguments for and against it have appeared in all types of media, and more importantly in the minds of Americans. This Literature Review will discuss many of these beliefs in order to achieve a well-rounded, objective analysis of the issue. But before any opinions are put forth, it is always important to talk about the relative facts....   [tags: Space Exploration Essays]

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Photojournalism and the New Visual Storyteller

- Photojournalism and the New Visual Storyteller Storytelling has always been a part of culture; from Native American cave paintings, to the first edition of the bible that Gutenberg pulled off his printing press, people have used the technology to their advantage. It allows man new ways to get ideas across. We also live in a visual culture; from the stained glass windows that depict biblical scenes, to the millions of billboards that line highways across America, we have always used pictures to express ideas....   [tags: Photography Technology Journalism Essays]

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Writing and Reading for a New Generation

- “Writing and Reading for a New Generation” In the past decade, the Internet has taken over. Everyone from young children to senior citizens can communicate, send e-mail, or look up any bit of information in seconds. Because of the overwhelming shift to Internet technology and communication, many aspects of writing have been forever changed. Writers often write differently for the Internet than they do for a physical publication. Readers often read differently on the Internet than physically written text....   [tags: Internet Cyberspace Web Essays]

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Analysis of Gender Inequality with a Focus on Feminist Ideas

- Analysis of Gender Inequality with a Focus on Feminist Ideas The goal of this paper is to describe and analyze gender inequality, focusing on the history of feminist ideas. I will start with a basic overview of the entire feminist movement, and will then analyze feminism more specifically. In this analysis I will focus on the different types of feminism. Most notably of these types will be the main groups that consist of socialist feminists, liberal feminists, and radical feminists. I will describe the goals and ideals of these groups along with describing how a functionalist and conflict theorist looks at gender....   [tags: Papers]

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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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Mazzini's Ideas and Inspiration and Attitudes to Change in Italy in 1830s

- Mazzini's Ideas and Inspiration and Attitudes to Change in Italy in 1830s Introduction Guisseppe Mazzini was born in piedmont in Genoa; was a son of a doctor and a professor. He was a depressive and physically frail. In the revolutions of 1820 he became a nationalist. He tried two occupational directions, Medicine but became bored and kept fainting as well as Law that didn't interest him. In 1827 he amalgamated (joined) the Carbonari but was disappointed. In 1830 he took part in the revolts and was arrested then sent to France....   [tags: Papers]

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The Reactions of the Unemployed and Jews to the Ideas and Promises of the Nazis

- The Reactions of the Unemployed and Jews to the Ideas and Promises of the Nazis Many people were attracted by the ideas and promises of the Nazis during the late 1920s to early 1930s because they thought that the radical values of this party were the only way out of the mess Germany was in. After the Wall Street Crash in October 1929, all the American loans were taken out of Germany, businesses closed, world trade declined, German exports slumped and millions of people lost their jobs....   [tags: Papers]

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The Use of Humor in Our Society to Promote Ideas

- Humor is something that is highly valued in today’s contemporary world. It is something that we are constantly surrounded by, something that people use to fall back on when life gets too serious, something that unites people together if they can laugh at the same joke. However, humor can also cause offense and division if people oppose the particular ways of thinking being promoted in the text. Humor is probably the most powerful tool used by authors today to criticize, challenge or emphasize particular ideas or issues that are dominant in society....   [tags: Comedy Satire Papers]

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The Effectiveness of Priestley's Dramatization of Political Ideas in An Inspector Calls

- The Effectiveness of Priestley's Dramatization of Political Ideas in An Inspector Calls In the play 'An inspector calls' Priestley has many characters all individually different he displays their moral ways of life very well so in the end we end up agreeing with Priestley's moral standings and views these being Socialist views equality etc. The main character Priestly uses to convey his ideas is the inspector. The inspector from the play is set in a normal family household where the main constructor of moral values is Mr Birling " a hard hitting business man" as he likes to call himself sets up these capitalist views of everyman for himself so he has a direct confron...   [tags: Papers]

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'Evolution or Revolution' - Recurring ideas in Ibsen, O'Neill and Shepard

- Evolution or Revolution. Recurring themes, ideas and conventions in the dramas of Ibsen, O'Neill and Shepard. Throughout the history of drama, playwrights have appropriated the ideas of their predecessors for their own use, sometimes building on them and making the idea their own. American drama is no exception. American drama has its roots firmly entrenched in modern European drama, this is illustrated through the influence of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen on American playwright Eugene O'Neill....   [tags: American Literature]

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Patrick Geddes Revisiting Ideas Behind the Evolution of Sex

- Synopsis of the Reading and Its Impact in History Patrick Geddes Revisiting Ideas Behind the Evolution of Sex During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, scientists armed with important discoveries and novel techniques began to reevaluate the theories of race and sex. One of the important thinkers of this time was the Scottish biologist Patrick Geddes. Like many other scientists of the time, Geddes applied Darwinian evolutionary theory to other non-scientific contexts....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Thorstein Veblen: Short Bio & Economic Theories & Ideas

- Thorstein Bunde Veblen (1857-1929) was born in Cato, Wisconsin. He attended Carleton College, as well as the universities of John Hopkins, Yale, and Cornell. He taught political economy and economics from 1892 to 1918 at the University of Chicago, Stanford University, and the University of Misssouri. He retired in 1926 after working for seven years at New York City’s New School for Social Research. He was noted for his significant analysis of our economic system and, by Mark Blaug, for his mastery of the art of satire.# Veblen went against the modern economic beliefs of his day....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Profound Ideas of Honore de Balzac's Pere Goriot

- The Profound Ideas of Honore de Balzac's Pere Goriot Honore de Balzac published Pere Goriot in 1834 (1), one of the outstanding novels in his panoramic study of Parisian life, the Human Comedy. Throughout Pere Goriot, Balzac's narrator oscillates between the roles of social historian and moralist. Although the presence of both observer and commentator may initially seem mutually exclusive, it also is a large part of what makes this novel interesting and entertaining. Balzac's readers, as flesh-and-blood humans, do not segregate perception and judgment routinely in their everyday lives....   [tags: Balzac Pere Goriot Essays]

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New Political Philosophy for Russia

- New Political Philosophy for Russia ABSTRACT: Both domestic and foreign policies of each state presuppose a certain ideology as a foundation. In a broad sense, an ideology may be regarded as a certain 'system of coordinates,' an interpretational model of the world (Weltanschauung) including both empirico-theoretical (realizing a nation's place in regional and global contexts, with a clear understanding of national interests, goals and resources) and metatheoretical (comprehending a nation in the context of human history and culture) levels....   [tags: Government Politics Soviet Union Essays]

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Fantastical Ideas and Gothic Tendencies in Jane Eyre

- Fantastical Ideas and Gothic Tendencies in Jane Eyre The novel, Jane Eyre, is infused with fantastical ideas and gothic tendencies. The novel is an example of Bildungsroman heroine with the title character Jane maturing from childhood. We see her spiritual, psychological and social development. Through this development Bronte manages to join both fantastic elements with a more realistic structure by weaving in references to fairy tales, dreams, mythic imagery and plot twists. Fantasy is used by Bronte to inform the reader of any emotional subtexts in the novel....   [tags: Jane Eyre Fantasy Charlotte Bronte Essays]

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Assessing Merits and Limitations of the Ideas of Karl Marx

- Assessing Merits and Limitations of the Ideas of Karl Marx Marxism, or scientific socialism as it is also known, became particularly popular during the 1970s as the realisation that functionalism was flawed became apparent, as it regarded stratification as a divisive rather than an integrative structure. It takes its name from the founder Karl Marx (1818-1883), and centres around the grand theory that 'Capitalist society creates class inequalities and alienation, which can only be removed through the revolutionary actions of the working class'....   [tags: Papers]

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explain ho wchristians put these ideas into practice

- Believing in helping and assisting less privileged people than ourselves is one thing but putting these beliefs into practice is another. Many people often have these ideas of how they may be able to help people but a lot of them never actually do it and at the most may put five pounds into a collection tin. There are many things that can be done where you can personally help and experience the cause you are helping. ‘Go, sell everything you have and give to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven’ this quote represents the most basic thing people do for charity; giving to charity....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Socialism and Ideas Associated with the Movement in Relation to those of Romanticism

- Socialism and Ideas Associated with the Movement in Relation to those of Romanticism Although diverging in opinion on many topics and in many areas, Romanticism was as much an idea as it was a building block for Socialism. Romanticism developed after the French Revolution of 1789, and was influencial to Socialist icon Karl Marx’ ‘Communist Manifesto’. This was the leading piece of literature for the socialist/communist movement that followed. This was a period of social unrest where people and communities looked into the feasibility of socialist ideologies....   [tags: Romanticism Essays]

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Compare the ways in which poets present their ideas and attitudes in

- Compare the ways in which poets present their ideas and attitudes in Vultures and Limbo. · Limbo In this poem, Edward Kamau Brathwaite uses the game Limbo and limbo dancing to represent his memories of the slave trade. The poet uses the limbo stick to describe the action of the slaves: the stick is lowered towards the ground - the slaves are being forced down into the holds of the ship, becoming more down trodden as their lives are taken away. Also Limbo can be seen as a 'child hell' for un-baptised Catholics, the slaves on the ship feel as though they're in hell....   [tags: English Literature]

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Ivy Rowe's Ideas of the Past in Fair and Tender Ladies

- Ivy Rowe's Ideas of the Past in Fair and Tender Ladies In Lee Smith's Fair and Tender Ladies, Ivy Rowe has a constant attachment to her past. This attachment is one of the main themes in the novel. It is one of her main reasons for letter writing and why she does some of the things that she does, because she does not want to lose her grip on her past. Ivy Rowe, in Lee Smith's Fair and Tender Ladies, uses letter writing to keep a hold of her grip on the past and where she came from. In Letters from Sugar Fork, Ivy writes for a number of reasons....   [tags: English Literature Lee Smith]

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Different Ideas of Love in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

- Different Ideas of Love in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Love has existed in many forms throughout time. There is no better example of this then in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. In this tale when love is most apparent, the most crucial events occur to develop 'tragedy'. The evident forms of love are Familial love, Fraternal love and Romantic love. Shakespeare portrays the love of Romeo and Juliet as 2 halves which when joined make there love for one anther complete....   [tags: Papers]

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Evolution of Ideas and Practices From Ancient Times

- Evolution of Ideas and Practices From Ancient Times Plato’s symposium is a array of speeches on what love meant in the society. Although the term “homosexuality” was not present in ancient times, it was something that was well practiced. Men and women still shared intercourse, but it was not thought of as wrong, or out of the norm, for there to be male and male interaction, and sometimes female and female interaction. Love, the kind shared between two males, came from physical attraction, emotional attraction and mental attraction....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A New Vision of Science

- A New Vision of Science ABSTRACT: Traditional convictions regarding science (such as universalism, necessity and eternal validity) are currently in doubt. Relativism seems to destroy scientific claims to rationality. This paper shows a way to keep the traditional convictions of scientific knowledge while acknowledging relativism. With reference to the practicing scientist, we replace descriptivism with constructivism; we modify relative validity with the claim to understanding; and, we offer methodological strategies for acquiring understanding....   [tags: Science Scientific Papers]

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Radical Ideas in Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre

- Radical Ideas in Jane Eyre          Charlotte Bronte knew what she was doing when she assumed the pseudonym of Currer Bell. In Jane Eyre she wanted to pose radical ideas regarding the role of women in the 19th century, but being a sensible woman, she knew that society would never accept having a woman pose these new views. It would be altogether too logical and self-praising. Though the author was never credited for the published novel it must have been equally fulfilling for her to know that people had read the opinions voiced by a woman....   [tags: Jane Eyre Essays]

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Radio in the New Age

- Radio in the New Age The essay is a popular form for writers to express their ideas. It can be found in many sources: newspapers, magazines, and journals. The essay is no longer limited to these mediums, and as communication technology develops, the essay has extended into new arenas. What was once an exclusively paper-and-ink technology is now available over the airwaves and through the phone lines. The essay has found its way to new formats through the radio and internet. We were once readers, but have now become listeners and spectators through the cyberculture revolution....   [tags: Writing Cyberculture Technology Essays]

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- Brave New World: &#8220;Oh, my God, my God!'; In 1932, Aldous Huxley first published the novel, Brave New World. During this time, the ideas that Huxley explored in his novel were not a reality, but merely science-fiction entertainment. Brave New World confronts ideas of totalitarianism, artificial reproduction, anti-individualism, and forever youth- ideas which were not threatening in the 30&#8217;s. In the 1930&#8217;s, the high ethical standards people maintained and the limited amount of scientific knowledge did not allow for the acceptance of the types of ideas found in Brave New World....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The New Age Movement

- The New Age Movement Although the New Age movement is not technically a religion , eight to nine percent of people that do not believe in organized religion find the New Age as their replacement. The New Age movement is very difficult to describe although not impossible. It is a complex sociological phenomenon that can be perceived in many ways. Basically, what another person sees, the other may not. The New Age movement is best understood as a network of networks. A network is an informal, loosely knit organization which is very different in both structure and operation than other types of organizations....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Descartes and New Science

- Descartes and New Science The new view of the world comes from new developments in the sciences. The new views and developments contradicted some of the most fundamental ideas that were held in the world at the time. The philosophers associated with this new view of the world are Copernicus, Kepler, Bacon, Galileo, Descartes, Locke, etc. Copernicus tried to resolve the problems of the motions of the planets by placing the sun as the center of the earth. He did make it simpler however, it wasn’t until Newton who cleaned it up and answered some of the key questions that riddled the Copernican theory....   [tags: Papers]

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Isadora Duncan's New Dance

- Isadora Duncan's New Dance At the end of the 19th century, ballet was the most prominent form of dance. However, to Isadora Duncan, "ballet was the old order that needed to be overthrown, an embodied symbol of all that was wrong with oversymbolized 19th century living" (Daly 26). Duncan believed that the over-technical, over-standardization of ballet was not what dance should be about. Her vision of dance was one of emotions, ideas, social betterment, and the complete involvement of the body, mind, and soul (26)....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal

- It was called "relief." Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal provided relief to millions of Americans who had lost their homes, their jobs, and their hope. Many others felt that the radical new policies of FDR threatened the sanctity of the Constitution and free enterprise. Roosevelt's New Deal policies had many critics but among the most vocal were groups like the American Liberty League and powerful Socialists who argued that the New Deal policies either went too far or not far enough in solving the problems that faced the nation....   [tags: American History]

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The French New Wave

- The French New Wave In 1959- early 1960 five directors released debut feature length films that are widely regarded as heralding the start of the French nouvelle vague or French New Wave. Claude Chabrols Le Beau Serge (The Good Serge, 1959) and Les Cousins (The Cousins, 1959) were released, along with Francois Truffauts Les Quatre cents coups (The 400 Blows, 1959), Jean-Luc Godards A bout de souffle (Breathless, 1960) and Alain Resnais Hiroshima mon amour (Hiroshima my love, 1959). These films were the beginning of a revolution in French cinema....   [tags: Films Movies French History Essays]

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Homelessness in New York

- Homelessness in New York Defining where the homeless stand in our society scale is one of hardest aspects in conducting a study of the population and understanding the definitions used in research is one of the most challenging tasks for people who want to use its results. Most would agree that people in Shelters or literally living on the street are homeless, but there is less agreement regarding people in the following circumstances: Youth on their own, with no permanent residence or even an usual place to sleep; children who have been separated from their homeless parents and are in foster care or are living with relatives; People living in stable but physically inadequate housing (havi...   [tags: Papers]

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New Products

- Chapter 1 Intuition has no place in the scientific process of new product- False Major obstacle of innovation is fear of change and certainty it brings- True Strategy and the identification is the first stage- True Basic task of a business is consumer satisfaction / profit Newness of a product is determined by consumer Product includes: All of the above Short Answer: 1) What is a new product and who decides if a product is new. a.Good or service that is perceived b the target market as different and better than others- the consumer decides if the product is new....   [tags: essays research papers]

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New York

- NEW YORK CITY New York is probably one of the most interesting cities in the world. It has something to offer to everybody. If you are looking for culture you make the right choice visiting one of the hundreds great museums in the city. If you want night-life: you are probably right in one of the famous clubs and discotheques of the city. Or if you just want relaxing holidays you better go to one of the famous parks N.Y. has to offer I would recommend you to see Brooklyn Bridge if you are interessetad in great engeneering work....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Brave New World

- The Loss of Individuality The peak of a writer’s career should exhibit their most profound works of literature. In the case of Aldous Huxley, Brave New World is by far his most renowned novel. Aldous Huxley is a European-born writer who, in the midst of his career, moved to the United States and settled in California. While in California, he began to have visions aided by his usage of hallucinatory drugs. His visions were of a utopian society surviving here on earth. In his literature, Huxley wanted to make this utopian society as much a reality as possible....   [tags: essays research papers]

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New Consumer Products

- New Consumer Products Every day companies compete by inventing by inventing a new product. Some of these things are very useful and we don’t know how we would live without them. Many of these products don’t have much impact on society and fade out throughout the years. Most of us can think of many examples such as: Crystal Pepsi, slap bracelets, pogs, and backpack purses. As we look back at the products invented in the last 25 years, we wonder what type of new products we will invented in the next 25 years....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]

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Brave New World

- Title: Brave New World Significance of Title: In Shakespeare’s The Tempest, in act 5 scene 1, on line 204, Mira states: “How beauteous mankind is. O brave new world, That has such people in’t!” To say the least, this book has quite a few references to Shakespeare. This segment in particular is used, because the setting of the book is of a ‘brave new world’ where almost everything is different from our current situation, and outwardly, every member of the society seems content in their position....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Brave New World

- Brave New World Imagine living in a society where there is no such thing as mothers or fathers, where you look exactly like the 500 people standing next to you, where casual sex and drug use is not only allowed, but is encouraged. Well, the society in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, is just that. While the prophecies from the Brave New World society are quite different from those of today, they can be argued as both right and wrong, but , and the technology to make them happen may be just around the corner....   [tags: essays papers]

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Correlation Between Tempest and the New World

- Correlation Between Tempest and the New World Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford, The General History of Virginia, New England, and the Summer Isles by John Smith, and The Tempest by William Shakespeare, seem to have one thing in common in that they all touch upon the aspect of life in the new world. While The Tempest alludes to the new world and focuses on an imaginary concept of a Utopian society, The General History of Virginia, New England, and the Summer Isles and Of Plymouth Plantation offer first hand accounts of life in the new world....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Role of the Japanese in Developing New Technology

- The Role of the Japanese in Developing New Technology The character of industrial research and development went a dramatic change in the later parts in the 20th century. With most information about new research and technology being available on the public domain because of the nature of the market and legal constraints, the basic advantages of developing new fundamental technology was largely negated by companies, which had superior manufacturing and marketing technologies. This is because these companies with more expertise in “applied” research were able to transfer technology from the lab to the marketplace faster....   [tags: Papers]

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Brave New World

- Imagine a world where all of your fantasies can become reality. Imagine a world without violence or hate, but just youth, beauty, and sex. Imagine a world of perfect “stability” (42) where “everyone belongs to everyone else” (43), and no one is unhappy or left out. This sounds like the perfect world. But it’s not. Looks can be deceiving as proven in Aldous Huxley’s novel, Brave New World. In his novel, he introduces us to a society that strives to satisfy everyone’s wants and needs by inflicting pleasure in order to bring stability....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Different Interpretations of the Effects of the New Deal

- Different Interpretations of the Effects of the New Deal Study the following Interpretations of the effects of the New Deal (I) The New Deal helped many Americans and by doing this, it gave them self-respect. It gave them confidence to lift the united states out of depression (II) The New Deal wasted a lot of money, it made people dependent on the government and led to the government becoming to powerful. It did not solve America's economic problems - the Second World War did that....   [tags: Papers]

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Brave New World

- I wrote this paper in my english class after reading 'A Brave New World': On the very last page of Aldous Huxley’s book, A Brave New World, he describes John as swinging slowly in circles after hanging himself (Huxley 259). It’s believed that Huxley’s main point of this ending to his story was to tell his readers that after all John’s effort of trying to change the brave new world, it was profoundly hopeless and the only thing left to do was to give up. This image creates a belief that Huxley was trying to warn his readers that the future was going to hold a extreme amount of advance technology in science, that would eventually turn into a dystopian world....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Philosophy Ideas

- I have decided to write my paper on a set of notions than one philosopher. As I was reading material for the class, I found that I never agreed with one philosopher on every notion. I choose to use a set of notions from the Roman philosopher Marcus Aurelius. Aurelius had many notions, I picked a hand full of notions. Throughout the paper you will read about the philosophers notion and my opinion of the notion. Let's get started. First up, "Remember how many moments you have been given, and how many are gone....   [tags: Philosophy]

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Immortal Ideas

- Why does Eudora Welty name the protagonist, in her story about a woman walking to town (Welty 285), after a mythological bird reincarnated after living a long life (Mercantante 527). Upon a first reading of Eudora Welty’s, “A Worn Path”, it appears to be a simple story about an old woman going into town to procure medicine for her sick grandson, who has swallowed lye (Welty 289). After further readings and doing research, the meaning and depth of the story becomes apparent. The worn path is much more than a routine route regularly traversed into town and back to home....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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