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    A Longer School year or Not?

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    families who go to these places during the summer. School should not be year long. Kids worked for at least 8 months in school and can be so stressful. Kids deserve their long summer break to relax and spend quality time with family. Works Cited The Huffington Post Longer School year: Will It Help Or Hurt U.S Students?

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    Celebrity gossip websites

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    the news, especially since they usually have zero impact on anybody’s life? The answer to the question is quite simple: demand. The force shaping the final product delivered to us, customers. In 2005, Arianna Huffington, an American author and a columnist, co-launched a project called The Huffington Post, which was initially supposed to be an online news aggregator alternative to current mass media, focusing on politics, business and local news. The site quickly gained popularity by employing an algorithm

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    The Importance of Optimism

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    every day through newspapers and the news on TV. Media primarily focusing on all of the bad in the world - crime, the poor economy and war, but what about all the positives that happen day to day on a national level? On January 12, 2012 Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post launched “Huff Post Good News.” In Good News, readers absorb uplifting articles that focus on inspiring stories that enrich lives and lead to better attitudes. Good News is a positive reminder to people that there is more going

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    Offshoring: Pro or Con

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    Offshoring: Pro or Con? From my understanding of what I have learned in my Introduction to Business class, to be successful at your business requires an entrepreneur to take risks in order to be successful. Once you have established strategies to counteract the risks there are more steps that should be taken in order to keep up and improve the business processes. In International Business, I have taken another approach with risks and that approach is to go global. Taking a chance to reach new markets

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    claiming to be reincarnated singer abducted by zombies.” The Independent Online. 08 February 2012. Campbell, Andy. “Zombie Singer Turns Out To Be Sibusiso John Gcabashe, Not Late South African Zulu Folk Singer Khulekani "Mgqumeni" Khumalo.” The Huffington Post. 8 February 2012. Secondary Source Neihaus, Isak. “Witches and Zombies of the South African Lowveld: Discourse, Accusations and Subjective Reality.” The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol. 11, No. 2 (Jun., 2005), pp. 191-210

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    Success and Failure within the Modern Age

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    Research Blog I: The dream is dying. Now, you may ask, why is the dream dying? The people of are failing to achieve individual success. Well, now you may also ask, why cannot we achieve individual success? The answer is too simple: ns cannot achieve individual success because they do not identify, understand, and learn from themselves. Without ns accepting themselves for who they are, they simply cannot move forward. However, there are then those who choose to chase the dream, identifying themselves

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    because the audience can choose to watch the video or not. The campaign has the coverage on Google+Hangout as well. Dove also ensures that this campaign has the media placement on Channel 7 Morning Show in Australia, Today Show, Mashable, and The Huffington Post (Stampler 2013). The campaign has gained more than 4.6 billion public relations and blogger impressions. 2.5 Analysis of the Tactics Used and Its Suitability Dove’s Real Beauty Sketches campaign uses this tactic of broadcasting their

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    The Evils of Consumerism

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    consequences are on full display. The Faceboo... ... middle of paper ... ...ence/features/general-article/tupperware-consumer/>. Julianelle, Mike. "Spoiler Alert." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 26 Dec. 2013. Web. 23 Feb. 2014. . Moeschen, Sheila. "This Is NOT the Candy Land of Your Childhood." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 9 Jan. 2014. Web. 23 Feb. 2014. . Monbiot, George. "Materialism: a system that eats us from the inside out." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media

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    Zara Fashion Case Study

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    Fast fashion is getting faster and cheaper, but who bares the cost for the rising demand for this type of clothing? Most of the time, the effects are felt in the countries where the brands are not even sold and where they are produced. Consumerism has a lot to do with the success of stores like Uniqlo, Forever 21 and Primark. These types of stores are making fashion accessible to all, and thus trends are becoming more and more short-lived, making people always wanting newer and cheaper items. Inditex

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    According to Rebecca Klein from the Huffington Post, “Approximately 87 percent of [the 13,000 polled students] said they procrastinate on school assignments.” Many of which spend their time on social media and watching television (Huffington Post). Procrastinating is the action of delaying or postponing any action and similarly, a college student defines it as putting off an assignment until

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