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  • Cyprus and the European Union

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    Introduction Cyprus is considered as one of the many developed countries in reference to our European Union today, but nevertheless it is still dealing with one of the most disregarded issue such as the discrimination of women. In almost all of the domains, from family institution, private institution to government institution, women are facing gender discrimination. Although today, women occupy the highest demographic part in our society, statistically they are still facing the challenge of being

  • The First Missionary Journey of Paul

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    The First Missionary Journey of Paul Paul's first missionary journey was to the island of Cyprus. Salamis was there first destination on the island. During his stay in Salamis Paul and Barnabas preached in the Jewish synagogues, while John also ministered with them. The next stop Paul and Barnabas made was Paphos at the almost opposite end of Cyprus. While in Paphos they found a Governor called Sergius Paulus who wanted to hear their teachings. However, the Governor had sorcerer, Elymas, in

  • Armenian Genocide and Turkey

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    Armenian genocide is a historical event which is not accepted by Turkish official view. Many Turkish institutions, especially political and bureaucratic ones, do not have tendency to take responsibility for this historical event. Turkish official view created several arguments for Armenian genocide. Until the establishment of Turkish Republic, Armenian mass murders was not denied. According to Akcam(2005), even Ataturk, the founding father of the Turkish Republic, was accepted the mass murders of

  • Budrillard's Theory Of Seduction By Baudrillard

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    Seduction, as well as some other terms, has been an important chapter for Beaudrillard’s theory of sexuality. Beadrillars was applying/using/ these terms in order to expand his analysis on the contemporary culture. Within his studies, he examines and identifies the attributes, strategies and meaning of seduction, the act of diverting from one’s path and its fatal attraction. Moreover, Baudrillard situates the act of seduction in regard (not respect) to the theory of appearance and disappearance

  • The Culture And Culture Of The Republic Of Turkey

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    The country of Turkey has an assorted and very colorful culture that many different types of people find interesting. Turkey for the most part is a big melting pot much like the United States of America. It derived from the many different types of traditions and people that came from the traditions of the European, Byzantine, Middle Eastern, Ottoman Empire, and central Asian cultures and traditions. Today its name is not Turkey as most of us call it, but known as the Republic of Turkey. In this

  • Pygmalion's Obsession with the Statue of Cyprus

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    Pygmalion's Obsession with the Statue of Cyprus Pygmalion decided to portray women as he searched for the most perfect being and he hadn't found any in Cyprus. He placed all his love and wishfulness in his statues and so the most beautiful of his creations was sculpted. Pygmalion, being a man, and having 'animal' urges, must have wanted a partner to share his emotions and get frisky with, so this was the perfect idea for him. What could be better, a woman with beautiful looks, and never

  • The Importance Of Civil Wedding In Cyprus

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    LIMASSOL: AN IDEAL LOCATION TO GET MARRIED Civil wedding in Cyprus is governed by the provisions of Marriage Law (104(I)/2003). The procedure is simple so many couples from different parts of the world choose Cyprus to celebrate their union. The civil marriages take place in municipalities. Specifically, a civil marriage is officiated by the Mayor or any other member of the municipal council, authorised by the Mayor. Additionally, a wedding ceremony could be performed by an individual authorised

  • Technical Efficiency Essay

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    measure each of these three types of efficiency. However, some scholars (see for example Sufian, 2011) have measured technical efficiency alone. Following Sufian’s methodological example, only the technical efficiency of private banks in Northern Cyprus will be measured in the current study. The theory of technical efficiency contains both conceptual and methodological difficulties, especially when applied to banking. One complexity involved in technical efficiency is differentiation between pure

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    1.0 The structure of Cyprus banking crisis Cyprus banking crisis was triggered by Greece debt crisis and European debt crisis deepening. The crisis eventually turned into Cypriot financial crisis in 2012, which not only severe impacted Cypriot economy, but also brought a complex issue to Europe. The Cyprus banking crisis is not only as a result of Greece debt crisis, but also the characteristics of Cyprus and its banking system. First of all, Cyprus has been becoming one of most popular offshore

  • Women's Studies: Woman of the Year Refia Ari -a pioneer of Special Needs Education for Disabled Children

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    KKTC Cyprus Refia Ari received the Woman of the Year award in 2003 of the Women's Studies & Education Centre, Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU), KKTC/TRNC-Cyprus. She enabled special needs education for disabled children, children's disability support for their parents and disabilities careres. "Mrs. Refia (Ari) has created for .. children a world that becomes more beautiful every day" (Süleyman Ergüçlü, News Director, Bayrak Radio-Television -rtd ~Yaşamın İçinden BRTK, Cyprus-KKTC)