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    The Inner Workings of Music As a junior in high school, I was fortunate enough to be accepted in the Yale University course: "Music of Arnold Schoenberg, 1908 to 1923: From Romanticism to Dodecaphony" at the Arnold Schoenberg Center in Vienna, Austria. My course work gave me the opportunity to conduct in depth study of the development of one of the twentieth century's most important composers in his home city. However, in Vienna, I also enjoyed many opportunities to learn outside of class. Perhaps

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    Working Women

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    - were represented in artwork between 1750 and 1900. Based on the visual analysis of François Millet’s The Gleaners (1857, fig. 1), Gustave Courbet’s The Grain Sifters (1854, fig. 2) and Edgar Degas’ The Ironers (1884, fig.3), I will explain how working women were characterised as sexually available and overworked. Many modern-day scholars, like feminist Janet Horowitz Murray [REFERENCE: Murray, Janet Horowitz (1982). Strong-Minded Women and Other Lost Voices from Nineteenth-Century England. New

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    The Workings and Effectiveness of the Price Mechanism Introduction In this essay I am going to analyse the workings and effectiveness of the price mechanism as a means of allocating and reallocating scarce resources. I am going to do this by comparing the free market economy with its alternatives and by looking at how government intervention allows the price mechanism to carry on working. I am also going to look at the role that we, as consumers, play in the workings of the price mechanism. Definition

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    The Working Poor

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    than minimum wage. For that reason, many Americans are stuck with the other minimum wage, and low-paying jobs that barely get them through life. Because of this, many Americans are working full time jobs that are below the Federal poverty line. These types of people are often called the “working poor”. Due to this the working poor have to run to welfare. This affects all Americans because taxpayers are the ones paying for welfare. The more jobs that are taken overseas, the more poverty we will have.

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    The Working Class

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    Karl Marx once said “Capital is dead labor, which, vampire-like, lives only by sucking living labor, and lives the more, the more labor is sucks” (Karl Marx Quotes). Marx is well known as the Father of Communism, but now that the cold war is over and Communism is but a theory of government for a few countries, we can study Karl Marx as a visionary of his time, who foresaw how capitalism would grow out of control. With the used of religion, government laws and capitalism the wealthy will always

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    student working

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    differentiation between working and non-working students, in grade point average(Mounsey,Vandehey,and Diekhoff 2013, pg. 12). Granted with 74.5% of students working while attending school (pg. 3). Which nearly half,48.9%, of these students found it hard to meet deadlines(Schwarts, McGuire, & Satterstrom ,2011, pg. 4). That seems to be around a consensus as the American Council on Education. (2006) found that 78% of students work (pg. 6). While stating, of that 83.5% where working part time, 25 hours

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    Flexible Working

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    concept is to help staff using working hours they by better so that they can work full-time, but not necessarily in office within time official work Job sharing is an employment that where done by two workers to resolve a by making division hour in one day for example two assistant account given one week to complete account of a company and when the assignment completed, so wage also will be given. Part time is a tabulation given right to staff by employers to choose working hours that to they are suitable

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    Working in College

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    Working in College Executive Summary • Students are increasingly likely to work while in college. Since 1984, the fraction of college students aged 16 to 24 who also work full- or part-time has increased from 49 to 57 percent. Not only are students more likely to work today, but they are more likely to work full-time: the share of students working full-time while going to school full-time has nearly doubled, rising from 5.6 percent in 1985 to 10.4 percent in 2000. In 2000, 828,000 full-time

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    Working Dogs

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    more. Dogs are trained to be pets. Not only trained to be pets, dogs are also trained for work. Dogs are getting used more and more in our work environment. House dogs can also be considered a working dog depending on why the dog is there. There are many jobs for dogs. Dogs make a big impact on our working and social lives. There are many different types of work dogs. Some types of work dogs also have different jobs for which they are trained for. Law enforcement dogs, for instance, are normally

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    The Working Class

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    Despite the common ties between proletariat workers upon the outbreak of the revolution, by the later half of the nineteenth century, these once-unified workers had branched into distinctly different classes based on their skill level, while the working spheres of men and women grew increasingly isolated from one another. The Industrial Revolution’s foundation began with many new technical inventions that widened the need for industrial workers. Hargreave’s spinning jenny and Arkwright’s water frame

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