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    The Children Act of 1989

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    The Children Act of 1989 In this essay, I refer to the words Power and Duty. The word power in legal terms is the ability to do or act, which implies a choice. Duty is an obligation; something that law binds me to do. This essay is written in answer to a case study, which examines a situation, which focuses on the Children Act of 1989. This act was composed to protect the welfare of all children, whatever their circumstances and backgrounds. “An Act to reform the law relating to children; to

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    Family Law: The Children Act of 1989

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    The Children Act 1989 is sufficient in protecting these children from harm. I will look at the argument in favour of the current approach taken by the courts, and the counter-argument in favour of changing the current approach. The arguments are delicately balanced and the law is always developing, so it will be interesting to see how the Supreme Court resolves this issue in future. The grounds for making a supervision or care order can be found in in s.31 of The Children Act 1989. Before a supervision

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    Protests of 1989 in Beijing, China On June 3rd, 1989 in Tiananmen Square in Communist China’s capital of Beijing, protestors were silenced by military violence. Tiananmen, ironically, translates into “gate of heavenly peace”. Chinese troops arrested and killed thousands of civilians who were protesting for more governmental transparency and democracy. Protests had been gaining momentum since 1985, and grew to as much as 1.2 million protestors, led by students, in Beijing in May of 1989. The Chinese

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    The 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre in China or the June Fourth Incident was one of the most famous student protests in the world’s history. The Massacre took place on June 4th 1989 – the last day of a series of pro-democracy demonstrations around Tiananmen Square beginning from April 14. The Tiananmen protest ended in tragic failure and bloodbath as the Chinese state decided to put down the protest with a martial law. At last, army troops and tanks were sent to take control of the city and were ordered

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    The Failure of Software Copyright Law

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    422. 61 Menell, 1084. 62 Menell, 1088. 63 Menell, 1087. 64 Menell, 1082. 65 Menell, 1088. 66 Weigner, 137. 67 Menell, 1078. 68 Barinaga, Marcia, "Computer microcode instructions judged within copyright," Nature 16 February 1989: 591. 69 Business Week, 122. 70 Menell, 1060. 71 Hammonds, 86.

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    1980-1989

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    One of the most memoriable decade in the history is the 1980s deacade. from year 1980-1989 many things had occured in United states and around the globe. This deacade have changed face of our next generation. With introduction of new Technology,which helped us to move further into our future. New diseases like HIV/AIDS whcih left us infected without any cure for it. An attempted to assianate our predisent Ronald ragan also occured that time. And first ever summer olympic to be held in eastern

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    Billy Bathegate by EL Doctorow

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    people would have in these situations, Billy learns from them in order to better his role in the crime family. It is for these reasons that the young fifteen year old boy quickly develops into a man. Author Overview The novel was written in 1989 by a contemporaneous author named E. L. Doctorow. Doctorow was born in 1931 and fantasized about the 1930’s crime life as a child. He is an American novelist, short story writer, editor, essayist, as well as a dramatist. His works include Big as

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    The Trial of Lyle and Erik Menendez

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    On August 20, 1989 two brothers committed an unspeakable crime; the murder of their parents. Obviously, we now know who committed it but at the time, Lyle and Erik Menendez were not suspected. Police arrived at the scene to find Jose and Kitty Menendez dead, Kitty with multiple gun shot wounds and also bruises from being beat. Eric and Lyle were the ones to ‘discover’ the bodies and call the police, and were the whole reason this situation was surfaced. The Menendez boys grew up in a rich household

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    Globalization and Technology

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    Introduction Throughout the essay, I will be evaluating how globalisation and technology may influence future offices being paper-less and people-less and how communication is heavily influenced by technology. Globalisation is a very complex term with various definitions, in business terms, “globalization describes the increasingly global nature of markets, the tendency for transnational businesses to configure their business activities on a worldwide basis, and to co-ordinate and integrate their

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    Romania after 1989

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    Romania after 1989 Politicians in Romania also use the communist past in order to legitimate their power (Karlson, p.7). “During the two decades after the Revolution of 1989, societies in Central and Eastern Europe have evolved from an authoritarian, centralized and bureaucratic Leninist regime, to democratic forms of political and economical organization.”(Tismaneanu, 2009). Romania fell under the communist rule in 1940s and escaped its control in 1989. The transition to democracy was a very painful

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