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  • The Italian Village Of Riace Case Study

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    Recent violence in Africa has resulted in the mass migration of thousands across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. The migration is made by those seeking to claim asylum, most of which will unfortunately be rejected. So far this year, the death toll from the crossing being notably higher than last year, being at 4,646, this November. Approximately one million migrants have arrived in Europe from Africa since 2015, (Nebehay, 2016). Unfortunately, the integration of these migrants has not been harmonious

  • Jesuit Education

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  • culture study

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    Cosmopolitan magazine became devoted to women issues and self-improvement topics such as ‘sex tips’, how to ‘flatten your belly’ etc. Popular culture has a long history of representing women as concerned with love romance and relationships, whilst are increasingly presented to possess an active sexuality and need for sexual pleasure (Milestone and Meyer 2007). This need ‘self-improvement’ portrayed in magazines put forward the idea that it is for the benefit of men to attract ‘love’ and this is not

  • Frank's Explaination of the Main Characterstics in Obama's Inauguration Speech

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    Frenk (2009) ixemonis thrii cherectirostocs on Obeme’s oneagaretoun spiich- mythoc, lotirery, end rhituroc- tu ixplocetis huw thi prisodint fot thisi sognetaris ontu risarrictoun uf e cusmupuloten ixprissoun uf Amirocen Covol Rilogoun. Hi sarmosis Obeme sits uat tu crieti e malto-rilogouas end recoel Amirocen caltari; thos divoetis frum cunvintounel wistirnozid pholusuphy, whoch ispuasis thet prupusotouns cennut bi somalteniuasly trai end doffirincis nivir cuoncodi. Rhituroc, on cuntrery, diels woth

  • culture study

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    Cosmopolitan magazine began in 1886 in the United States as a family magazine with a focus for each family member such as wives and younger readers. Scrutinising [Fig.1], the magazine had contents such as ‘the progress of science’, examples of ‘recent art’, non-fiction articles and world affairs. The monthly magazine had similar articles like newspapers but targeted a wider audience with more articles included. Later one the magazine was dedicated to women and featured pieces on the home, family

  • Media Conflict Theory

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    style relationships. Instead it is more geared toward the idea of the pure relationship. As it promotes this feminist theory it leaves out some key demographics of women like those who are married or those who are stay at home mothers. I think cosmopolitan leaving out articles for these types of women may cause some inequality between women themselves. I feel like most of their articles make women in marriages feel out-casted as they are often talking about “hooking up” and dating. With little talk

  • Problems With Cosmopolitanism

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    (Kinley 2009, p. 44). Similarly it might be argued that the West, having profited from its period of political and economic domination which included appalling human rights violations, is displaying its imperial colonialism once again by arguing cosmopolitan equality for all just as other states are beginning to emerge as rival powers (Muller 2009, p.

  • Evaluating a Policy Problem and Remedy for Intervention Challenges Mary Kaldor’s New and Old Wars

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    the conceptual framework and strategies of Clausewitzian wars to intervene in “new wars;” as a result, intervention attempts empower the actors, fail to protect civilians, and perpetuate the conflict. In concluding her argument, Kaldor proposes a cosmopolitan approach grounded on humanitarian law-enforcement as the most appropriate strategy to intervene in “new wars.” Although Kaldor’s solution appears idealistic, her premises on the misinterpretation of wars using traditional terms by the international

  • The Case of Contamination by Kwane Anthony Appiah

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    enjoy each other histories, education, and even technological advantages. I also believe that globalization is not only good for the world but also for the economy by itself. It connects us as human beings and weather one is a neo-fundamentalist or cosmopolitan- we need to embrace globalization because it unite us for decades to come.

  • Communitarianism vs. Cosmopolitanism

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    Normative Theories of Politics - Contrasting Cosmopolitan and Communitarian Approaches When looking at normative theories of politics, the main distinction is between cosmopolitanism and communitarianism. In this essay the term community shall refer to political communities, or more specifically, states. It is important to note that these political communities have been defined territorially, and not necessarily by culture, although this is taken for granted to an extent by communitarianism