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  • 1984 Final Essay: Privacy Is a Luxury of the Past

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    You’re being watched- everything you do is being recorded by the government. One might think the sentence before is referring to to a dystopian novel, such as 1984, only, it’s not. This is a startling truth of the twenty-first century. Along with rapidly advancing technology, the government is following the average American citizen closer. To the shock of the public in June 2013, Edward Snowden released information concerning a government programme, the National Security Agency, that has been listening

  • For the Love of Money

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    When someone graduates from college, there is much flourish and celebration, as there should be. A life of brilliance has begun. Or rather, should have begun. Can it even be possible that a few years later, the same person could still be searching for a decent job in the field of his or her choice? Yes, in fact, about 36.7% of recent college graduates are mal-employed, working in positions that do not require a degree (Luhby) and, on a broader scale, 58.6% of U.S. citizens sixteen years of age and

  • NCAA

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    There is a growing debate as to whether or not student-athletes should be paid. NCAA was much simpler back when President Theodore Roosevelt helped to create it in 1906. Then, it was an institute for regulating certain rules and supporting the sports that everyone loved. Yet now in the 21st century, the NCAA is a billion dollar company that keeps growing. The increasing possibility of the unionization has brought more and more attention to whether student-athletes should be paid. The opinion varies

  • Social media

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    7) Healthcare Industry in Hong Kong Aforesaid that, above personal is assumed for job seeking in healthcare industry in Hong Kong. Therefor following is the details about these industry and employer. In Hong Kong, healthcare industry is keeping growth in last decade; it has 7% growth in 2012. (Euromonitor, 2013) Healthcare Industry is one of six new industries are rapidly growth, distinct advantages and secure continued prosperity in Hong Kong. (HKAS, 2013) Furthermore, Hong Kong has establishing

  • Blue Ocean Strategies for Five Products

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    The goal of this paper is to provide ‘Blue Ocean Strategies’ for five different products using the tools and techniques described in Kim and Mauborgne’s 2005 book “Blue Ocean Strategy.” Product #1: Corn Due to increasing health consciousness, mass produced genetically engineered corn is facing a lot of noncustomers including international export markets such as China and France (Bloomberg News, 2014, June 11, Deike, J., 2014, Mar, 17) and hence the blue ocean strategy for a corn farmer would be to:

  • DJ Mixtapes Today and the Best Around

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    Once upon a time, DJ mixtapes were for the faithful. Today, it's the opposite – everyone can access them, and more and more, they do. By the time you finish this sentence, 20 more live-casts and podcasts, club and stadium sets, amateur and pro, old and new, will go up on SoundCloud, and 20 more on Mixcloud. It's overwhelming, but it's also a treasure trove, as this chronological selection of 20 of the best we heard in the first half of 2013 proves. The 25 DJs that Rule the Earth Tensnake, https://soundcloud

  • Influenza in London

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    GLOBAL INFLUENZA REPORT: LONDON Bill Smith is a Health Correspondent for the "The Times" in London. He sends weekly reports to the Irvine World News. For the week of 22 October to 29 October 1918. With an end to the war on the horizon London continues to be ravaged by the Spanish Flu. As reported in The Times "The general death-rate last week increased to 41 per 1,000 of the population per annum compared with 12 at the same period last year. This is the highest death-rate for over 20 years

  • Compare 1984 Orwell's 1984 And 1984

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    Huxley’s Brave New World vs Orwell’s 1984 We live for love, friendships, family and God. The emotions of everyday life are a natural part of us. The physical, mental and emotional interactions are what make us human and set us apart from the rest of the organisms on this earth. Unfortunately, this is not the case in Orwell’s 1984 and Huxley’s Brave New World. In both novels, there is an extreme theme of an anti-utopian society, in which the main objective is the elimination of the natural human

  • 1984 Symbols In 1984

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    Everywhere Throughout the book 1984 there are several symbols that appear and make a person think about society. The symbolism in 1984 is very important and plays a major role in the development of the story as a whole. In the book 1984 George Orwell, the author warns us about the dangers of a totalitarian society. The main character Winston is a symbol in himself, big brother, the glass paper weight, and the red-armed prole woman all act as symbols in the book 1984. The character Winston Smith

  • Comparing 1984 And 1984

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    insight into the context in which they were written. In Metropolis (1924), Fritz Lang reveals that the corrupting influence of a capitalistic society leads to the oppression and subjugation of worker thus promoting social change. In contrast, Orwell’s 1984 (1949), portrays a dystopian totalitarian society void of hope and rebellion due to the long-term oppressed state of the subservient populace. Through Metropolis Lang critiques the manipulation of technology in a materialistic society thus highlighting