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  • Importance Of Listening In Language Learners

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    Listening is an important skill to develop in the language learners because they need it to obtain information, to learn and to communicate, etc. However, learning listening is the most difficult skill for English learners, especially non-major students. In fact, some major students or some non-major students even have been studying English for a long time but they cannot over the hindrance of listening part in the test. The questions why students found learning listening is difficult and what problems

  • Politics of the Network Society

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    In End of Millennium (2nd. ed., Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2000), Manuel Castells makes much of the change from Industrialism (which he defines as a mode of development in which the main sources of productivity are the quantitative increases of factors of production and the use of new sources of energy) to Informationism (defined as the mode of development in which the main source of productivity is the qualitative capacity to optimize the combination and use of the factors of production on the basis

  • Can Peace Exist Between the Israelis and Palestinians?

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    The conflicting views of the Israelis and Arab Palestinians has led to an everlasting struggle between the two groups for the establishment of peace among the land areas, Israel and Palestine. This enmity began after, Adolf Hitler, a German dictator came into power from 1933-1945, brutally exterminated six million Jews during World War II because of his strong implementation of anti-Semitism (Quataert 615). Majority of the Jews that survived did not feel safe, which sparked the western driving force-also

  • The Arab-Israel Conflict

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    Israel and the Arab nations have been conflicting with each other for decades and the violence seem to not stop. Why do these nations conflict with each other in this desert environment? This question would be answer and explained in this paper. The analysis will also show how it was seen from the world and how it influence other nations, including the super powers, during the Cold War Era. There was a rise in Zionism in the area of Palestine and abroad from Jewish who wanted a state. Zionism is

  • The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab-Israeli conflict has been ongoing for many years and so far a peaceful solution to the violence has not been reached. The 'peace process' aims to find a just, fair and lasting peace solution to the conflict in the Middle East. The USA in particular has been very active in looking for a peace solution. This is because Israel is their ally. There are several million Jews in the USA and many send money to support Israel. Also the Arabs used oil as a very successful weapon in the Yom

  • How Terrorism Has Changed The News

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    “Fear in the News: A Discourse of Control.” The Sociological Quarterly. 40.3. (1999): 475-503. Web. Feb. 6 2011. 9/11/01 – CNN News Coverage 1st 5 Minutes. 9 July 2007. Youtube. 5 Feb. 2011. Web. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfYQAPhjwzA. “Arafat Horrified by Attacks, but Thousands of Palestinians Celebrate; Rest of World Outraged.” FoxNews.com 12 Sept. 2001. Web. 6 Feb. 2011. Williams, A.D. September 11 News. September11News.com. Web. 5 Feb. 2011. “Before and After. How The War on Terrorism

  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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    One of the main questions first asked about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is “who has the rightful claim to the land”, and in my opinion; Israel has rightful claim to the territory. The pro-Israeli stance that I hold is based on the fact that Israel has maintained military dominance over the disputed territory. I see the conflict as a survival of the fittest, where Israel has proved its supremacy by defeating all attempts of invasion and elimination, such as the Yom Kippur War, Six Day war, and

  • The Significance of Haji for a Muslim

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    The Significance of Haji for a Muslim Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. This is the pilgrimage to Mecca which Muslims must do at least once in their lifetime. This makes Muslims feel complete once they have completed the Hajj, but they are only allowed to do Hajj if they are physically and financially supported, they must also be able to provide for there families whilst on Hajj, they must also have the money to pay for Hajj without resorting to dishonest ways of raising the money. The

  • An Imperial Presidency

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    An Imperial Presidency Writers of the constitution intended for congress to be the most powerful branch of government. They invested in the president: the powers of the monarch, but subjected him to the democratic principles of accountability which was ensured by a complex system of parliamentary and judicial checks and balances. For over a century the US got along fine with a relatively weak president whose major role was simply to carry out the laws and policies made by congress, however

  • The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab-Israeli Conflict The Arab-Israeli conflict is one of the most prolonged and bloody conflicts in not only modern history, but in the ancient world as well. The roots of the conflict, as well as the arguments on both sides, are as diversified and complicated as the conflict itself. The Israelites started to conquer and settle the “land of Canaan,” which is present day Israel, in 1250 B.C.. King Solomon ruled the Israelites and the land of Israel from 961-922 B.C.. Following his reign