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    An Analysis of Das Boot

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    duality is a large component of the tension that resides in the boat. Peterson seems to be making a contrast he to encourage the already mounting tension. Combine this with the life-death aspect of the mission and incredible stress is inevitable. It is a ship mostly full of ardorous men, but the few who don't fit are harpoons in the ship's side. Pederson's film is quite intense and it has to be said that this duality in character portrayal enhances this aspect of the movie.

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    what was actually true after the crash with the ship, however he was able to begin to face it after there was no other choice. In “The Novice” the reader should learn that the significance of idealism in an individual’s life is that one cannot hide behind their ideals forever because at one point they have to face the truth. This results in a change of perspective and outlook on life. In the novice the first mate hides behind his belief that the ship the Sally Anne would last forever and that he could

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    the best trained men and women of today to man naval or commercial ships. Merchant Marines have dated back even further then the United States Coast Guard. The Merchant Marines have had a huge impact on the United States Navy since they have been established. Merchant Marines have manned fleets of ships for the U.S. Navy which carry imports and export during peace time. Once wartime rolls around, they become naval auxiliary, to ship and deliver troops and war materials. The largest participation came

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    Introduction Maritime trade and transport can be construed to be the oldest forms of globalisation and has since then grown into an industry. Currently over 90% of the world trade has been done by the maritime industry. Nations such as UK, US, China, Greece and the like have thrived on their maritime strength to become world powers. In order to make the industry, with its large scale and complexity, as efficient as possible there is a necessity for policy and governance. The industry spans over

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    Microeconomics of Maritime Shipping

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    thousands of years. The airline industry is shipping’s closest counterpart and it has barely 60 years of economic history. It plays a fundamental role in the economic development and trade of countries. In essence, economic development, trade and transport are mutually supportive. Ocean liner shipping is a regularly scheduled service on established ocean routes between countries or areas. Liners carry primarily manufactured goods that are relatively high in value. Although liners account for less than

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    of years the airline industry, shipping’s closest counterpart, has barely 60 years of economic history The shipping industry plays a fundamental role in the economic development and trade of countries. In essence, economic development, trade and transport are mutually supportive. Approximately 53% of all the finished goods in America use maritime shipping to disperse international are dependent on the shipping industry (http://www.wto.org) A striking feature of the shipping business to outsiders is

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    1. Introduction Liner Shipping developed new ways of packaging goods for transport; their growth has influenced the global trade. Even during economic crisis there has been tendency to move more and more goods through this means. Their growth influenced the efficiency of the whole supply chain. The progress of this trade has been faster than other sectors (Brooks 2000). Global environment of trading is constantly changing and Geographic concentrations of interlinked business and factories called

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    history

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    engineering and steel producing industries created the new block of developments in Swedish shipbuilding in the 1910s and 1920s. Gotaverken in Goteborg and Kockums in Maalmo abandoned the production of steamships and began to focus on large diesel engine ships to compete with the British. Eriksberg and Lindholmen in Goteborg and Oresundsvarvet in Landskrona became large shipbuilders to meet the growing demand from Norwegian and Swedish shippers. Swedish shipbuilders also introduced innovations in shipbuilding

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    and offshore. The code issues the responsibility of the overall safety of vessels and the prevention of pollution within the companies own management structure which means it is not the sole responsibility of the Ships Master or Designated Person Ashore that is responsible for the ships safety but every single person onboard also. The ISM Code became mandatory in 1998 but the idea began in the late 1980s after a series of accidents involving human error had occurred. It is long said that the start

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    The MLC 2006 convention which came in force on 20/08/2013 is presented as the fourth pillar of the International Maritime Convention together with SOLAS, STCW and MARPOL (ITF Official website, n.d). The MLC is applicable to all ships and crew excluding fishing vessels, traditional built vessels, warships and naval auxiliary vessels (ILO Official website, n.d). The convention set international standards regarding the living and working conditions of the seafarers. MLC 2006 implementation, provides

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