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Colonialism and Its Consequences Forcing Research Paper

… Colonialism and Its Consequences

Forcing Assimilation through the Guise of Education

Looking back at some of the justification used for the brutal treatment of native cultures during the period of colonialism really makes no sense from a modern perspective. In the diverse world we live in today, the arrogant and oppressive nature of the white majority culture in its dealings with indigenous tribes is utterly disturbing. Colonizers viewed themselves as superior, and thus took a place of authority over native groups. They believed it was thus their duty to civilize native peoples who were unfamiliar with the colonizer's customs, and thus did so through coercive method. This generated the intense cultural domination through forced assimilation of indigenous populations into the mainstream culture. The film The…. [read more]


Business Communication Relating Redundancies Check Your Email Research Proposal

… Business Communication Relating Redundancies

Check your email for salary news." The initial "business" message on May 30, 2003 to approximately 2500 employees of the Accident Group (TAG) advising them: "Check your email for salary news." beeped onto the workers' company mobile phones. The second message related the words introducing this study to the workers: "Urgent...." (Goodway and Padgham, 2003) Later, staff of the Accident Group received a third message from insolvency practitioners at accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers, administrator of Amulet Group, the Luxembourg-controlled parent of TAG. This message advised these workers to phone the head office.

This final business communication from the Accident Group read: "Any staff who have not received an official briefing over the future of the company should ring 0161-605-5966." (Goodway and Padgham, 2003)…. [read more]


Concept of Time in the Sound and the Fury Research Proposal

… Faulkner and Time

Fragmented Time and the Modern Era

The plot of the Sound and the Fury is simple, if one considers the actions that take place in the present time. However, it can be difficult to follow, as Faulkner continually interjects memories into the present timeline. Flashbacks can be a powerful tool that can add depth to characterization, but they can be confusing and difficult to keep up with as well. Faulkner uses the concept of time to suggest that time is not a constant that continually moves forward. His revolutionary use of Benjy to explore human perceptions of time is one of the key elements that mark the novel as a modern work. This research will explore the hypothesis that Faulkner's use of…. [read more]


Finding Oneself in the United States Armed Forces Essay

… Military

Finding oneself in the United States Armed Forces

'Proud to serve:' Why the military has made me who I am today

It has been a long journey for me. At one point in my life, I swore I would have nothing to do with the military, despite having grown up a military 'brat.' But I have come to see that serving in the military and being around those who have served this great country has made me what I am today -- and fostered within me the qualities I like best about myself. It is too easy to ignore the great blessings we live with in America -- freedom, prosperity, and safety. People must force themselves to seek challenges; challenges do not always present…. [read more]


Rock Decided to Meet Lucas Term Paper

… ¶ … Rock decided to meet Lucas, mainly because I was tired of living this way. It was a sudden realization, a turning point, sparked by a moment of wakening from life under the rock. Well, maybe not so sudden. There had been a long period of emotional osmosis and a gradual realization that life was going nowhere; a realization helped along by my mother and my friends. Added to this was the fact that I was also slightly tired and embarrassed by my life. So what if I have a nice, but extremely small, apartment in an up-market Washington neighborhood - this was nothing more than just an attractive rock. Something had to be done. So I decided to meet him; to go to…. [read more]


Post, Questions How Categorize Point Essay

… DISCUSSION Q. 2

"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" tells the story of a man who lives a life of fantasy. While engaged in routine tasks, Walter Mitty imagines himself undergoing various adventures. Even though his wife doesn't like him to drive above 40, when he is on the highway he likes to fancy himself the commander of a navy ship. The story is a series of symbolic contrasts between the reality of Mitty's existence and the world he lives in his mind. For example, symbolically Mitty is told to go shopping for a dull pair of overshoes by his wife because he is 'no longer a young man,' and he tries to resist by taking off his pair of winter gloves, only to be…. [read more]


Morality Then and Now the Technological Era Essay

… Morality Then and Now

The technological era that we as a society have entered has completely altered the way that morality and proper behavior is viewed and expressed. Before the Internet was as freely used as it is now, there was more control as to what children and teenagers had access to. Now, because of the rapid advancement in the exposure of the Internet, everyone has access to just about anything -- both appropriate and inappropriate. It is this unregulated exposure that has tainted morality. Cultures who are more open about such things as sexuality or who are not so religiously guided, can now influence and expose people who are a bit more conservative. Parents have a harder time explaining to their children what is…. [read more]


American Dream Is a Concept Case Study

… ¶ … American Dream is a concept that most contemporary people have aspired to at some point in their lives, expressing their desire to take advantage of a community promoting freedom and equality for all, regardless of their backgrounds. However, people sometimes have the tendency to ignore certain matters standing before them because of the fact that they are dazzled by promises giving them false hope. The three essays, "The Squatter and the Don," "Chinese Immigration" and "The Tortilla Curtain" are all related by the fact that they undergo the task of provinging how, in spite of the fact that it has always displayed an image supporting values such as liberty, the American government has often let down immigrants coming to the U.S. with great…. [read more]


Evolution of the Female Figure in Arthurian Research Paper

… Evolution of the female figure in Arthurian literature is characterized foremost by stagnancy and a narrowness of personage. While Arthurian authors are gifted at describing many of the female characters in vivid, memorable terms that make many of them seem like ethereal goddesses; a one dimensionality persists in their character, regardless of whether they are considered morally good or morally bankrupt according to the codes of the Arthurian realm. The female characters created demonstrate how in Arthurian literature heroism belongs chiefly to men, and that beauty, or more aptly flawed beauty, is a trait most immediately connected to women as medieval literature often uses a lady's beauty as a means of confirming that she has a strong moral character (Schaus, 79). The reverse is also…. [read more]


Employee Satisfaction and Productivity Case Study

… During the survey of participants, the researcher investigates:

Employee satisfaction;

Employer/Employee perceptions of employee satisfaction;

Factors contributing to employee satisfaction;

ASDA reports;

Measuring employee satisfaction and productivity;

ASDA Interviews.

Study Objectives

Objective 1

Conduct a thorough review of literature relating to employee satisfaction and productivity/output; seeking specific information related to ASDA; including information applicable to employee satisfaction and productivity throughout the world.

Objective 2

Develop, implement and assess results evolving from a survey of ASDA employees and managers.

Objective 3

Analyze information retrieved through the literature review.

Analyze data retrieved through the implementation of the survey.

Analyze data/information the interviews reveal.

Present compilation of findings from the literature review as well as from the survey and the interviews during the analysis chapter of the dissertation.…. [read more]


Vindication of the Rights of Woman Mary Research Proposal

… ¶ … Vindication of the Rights of Woman

Mary Wollstonecraft's book a Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) was written as a response to the proposed state-supported system of public education that would only educate girls to be housewives, a proposal made by Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, the French minister of education after the French revolution (Mellor 367). The passion with which Wollstonecraft wrote a Vindication of the Rights of Woman was derived from her personal experience of inequality as a young woman in a patriarchal society and also by the injustice she experienced in her own family growing up, an injustice experienced primarily because of her gender given that she was raised in a home where her older brother, Ned (who by law…. [read more]


Psychological Trauma Essay

… The world seems surprised at such unexpected behavior when in actuality; it was an individual who was ill-suited to repress a traumatic event from his past. As such, I partially agree with Slater's argument. In many respects the individual must first identify is they are able to repress their emotions while doing no harm to themselves of society. Otherwise, it would be best to simply vent through conversation to avoid harm to all stakeholder groups.

Is Slater's view of repression consistent with that of Freud's? If not, how does it differ?

Slater's view is somewhat different then that of Freud's. For instance, Freud believed that the mind automatically banishes traumatic events from memory to prevent the accompanying anxiety. Slater however believes individuals make a conscious…. [read more]


Cross Platform Mobile and Web Widgets Installation Thesis

… Cross Platform Mobile and Web Widgets Installation

Computer-mediated communication and decision-making applications for teams are extremely varied and ubiquitous, ranging from e-mail to shared bulletin boards for classrooms to remote conferencing. As the potential to put these applications onto the Web becomes better exploited, computer-mediated communication and coordination of teams of individuals will become even more widespread. Although the Web is normally thought of as an individual-to-mass form of communication, it actually has a great deal of potential to serve team collaboration. This is largely due to the cross-platform nature of Web design. It is also partly due to the fact that Web-based applets do not require the team members to have specialized software installed on their machines in advance (Proctor & Vu, 2005). Likewise,…. [read more]


Impressions of War the Most Vivid Imagine Essay

… Impressions of War

The most vivid imagine of war was the beginning of it all. September 11, 2001 changed the United States. It was vividly relived over and over again in the media and in the newspaper. There was this sense that the nation's spirit had been broken and there was no room to live innocently. There were plenty of young individuals, both male and female, that either got summoned or volunteered to go and fight this war on terrorism. It began in the United States with the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington DC. Although we did not really know it at the time, this was the first image of war and it was the…. [read more]


Cannes Film Festival Term Paper

… Tree of Life and Midnight in Paris

Malick's Tree of Life and Allen's Midnight in Paris: a Comparative Analysis

Two films that debuted at the 2011 Cannes Film Fest were Terrence Malick's long-awaited The Tree of Life and Woody Allen's nostalgic comedy Midnight in Paris. Malick's Tree of Life went on to win the Palme d'Or, and Allen's film screened out of competition. Yet both films (by American directors) employ the use of the fantastic -- Malick's by navigating the transcendental and the earthly through visions of cosmological grandeur and the simple day-to-day life of human existence in which characters experience joy, grief, innocence, guilt, love, hate, and redemption -- Allen's by sending his characters into an alternate reality in which they discover the limitations…. [read more]


Women Historians United States Historian Arthur Schlesinger Term Paper

… Women Historians

United States historian Arthur Schlesinger stated that historians' silence about women made it seem that half of the American population had not had any impact on the country's history. "Any consideration of woman's part in American history must include the protracted struggle of the sex for larger rights and opportunities, a story that in itself is one of the noblest chapters in the history of American democracy," he wrote in 1935.

Because of the male domination of history, and the lack of women writers, many events and people of the time were forgotten and received little or no recognition for their efforts.1 However, what if the situation was different? What if women historians did have the opportunity to be on par with their…. [read more]


Hollywood Movies Research Paper

… ¶ … Hollywood Movies

The main aim of this research was to see whether Hollywood movies have an impact on the girls living in the Saudi Diaspora in Paris, France. We also wanted to see how these movies affected the sense of national identity that these girls had. We randomly selected two girls from the Saudi Diaspora and interviewed them about Hollywood movies. They were asked how these movies impact them and how are they affected by these movies. The major conclusion from the research was that Hollywood movies do have an influence on these girls. Due to their education and travel, these girls are able to reduce the influence but that assertion cannot be applied to the all the girls of the Saudi community.…. [read more]


Origins, History of the IMF Term Paper

… SRF: Supplemental Reserve Facility loans are to be repaid within a year and a half, and there is a substantial surcharge of 3-5 percentage points.

CCL: This is under the same repayment criteria as SRF, but the surcharge is less (1.5 to 3.5 percentage points).

CFF: This type of loan was designed to help a country experiencing a very sudden "shortfall" in export earnings (caused by world commodity fluctuations), and the financial terms match those of the SBA (except CCF loans have no surcharge).

In the event of a nation suffering a natural disaster like an earthquake, flood, typhoon, or other calamities, or for a country just emerging from war, the IMF provides "Emergency Assistance" loans. They are subject to the basic rate of charge,…. [read more]


Herodotus Is Called First Historian Term Paper

… Themistocles was sure, a great man and he was such kind of a person who is always necessary in all tragic and uneasy times. We was an embodiment of all Greeks' wish to live in their own country, free of foreign invaders and sure, no Greek wanted some barbarians (I have to admit that Persians were not that developed as Greeks were) to be masters of their country, their lives and lives of their wives and children. Themistocles was a usual man but he had talent and important features of own character to become a national leader in such complicated period of Greek history but I also have to mention that events helped him to gain what he gained. All historical events depends on strong…. [read more]


Smoking Social Marketing Research Proposal

… Social Marketing: Anti-Smoking

Smoking - Social Marketing

Social marketing: 'Unfriending' smoking through a Facebook campaign

Conduct a situational analysis 'If your friend jumped off of a bridge, would you do it?' Perhaps the sobering answer to that question is not simply 'yes,' but that 'if my friend, or my friend's friend did so, I just might take the leap.' In the article "Are your friends making you fat," the authors of the book Connected: The surprising power of our social networks and how they shape our lives reported to the New York Times that social networks have a profound effect on the personal decisions human beings make, spanning everything from when they get married to how much they eat at a buffet-style restaurant (Thompson, 2009,…. [read more]


Jane Kramer Term Paper

… His drama comes from the fact that he cannot understand the rules of the games and he doesn't want to learn them either.

Bibliography

1. Review from Amazon.com. On the Internet at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0140128972/002-9937646-5121669?v=glance

2. Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence, Fall 1999- JANE KRAMER. On the Internet at http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/harman/kramer.html

3. Jane Kramer Journalist, The New Yorker. On Contemporary Attitudes toward Jews in Europe. On the Internet at http://www.smu.edu/bridwell/html/JaneKramer.htm

4. Hoover, Bob. Militias, home issues lure writer back to U.S. February 2001. On the Internet at http://www.post-gazette.com/books/20010221kramer2.asp

5. Jane Kramer, The Last Cowboy (Harper and Row, 1978). On the Internet at http://journalism.nyu.edu/portfolio/books/book219.html

Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence, Fall 1999- JANE KRAMER. On the Internet at http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/harman/kramer.html

Jane Kramer Journalist, The New Yorker. On Contemporary Attitudes toward Jews in Europe. On the…. [read more]


Treatment of Written Error Correction by Esol Research Proposal

… Treatment of Written Error Correction by ESOL Teachers

This study will focus on highlight the treatment of written error correction by ESOL teachers at a college in East London for all elementary (beginner), intermediate and advance level of students that are studying under the ESL program and curriculum being implemented at the college. The study will be divided into four different chapters, each focusing on a different aspect of the study. The first chapter, 'Introduction' will give a brief opening to the paper highlighting the statement of the problem and the purpose of the study. Chapter 2 will be the 'Literature Review' where we will use all the prior studies conducted in the field as a spectrum of reference to highlight the importance of the…. [read more]


Character in Cinema Thesis

… Character in Cinema

While many elements go into making a good movie, characterization may be the most important of those elements. Characterization is the way that the personality of a character is revealed in a movie, and involves many different ways of revealing the personality of the character being portrayed in the film. Characterization can be direct or indirect. Direct characterization occurs when someone in a film, usually an omniscient narrator, describes one of the characters in the play. While this direct characterization is not always reliable, it does provide direct evidence of a person's character. Indirect characterization is not always as easy to interpret as direct characterization. Indirect characterization involves a combination of different elements than contribute to the overall perception of the character.…. [read more]


George Eliot Kristeva's Philosophy Term Paper

… Mr Barton had not the gift of perfect accuracy in English orthography and syntax, which was unfortunate, as he was known not to be a Hebrew scholar, and not in the least suspected of being an accomplished Grecian. These lapses, in a man who had gone through the Eleusinian mysteries of a university education, surprised the young ladies of his parish extremely; especially the Misses Farquhar, whom he had once addressed in a letter as Dear Mads., apparently an abbreviation for Madams. The persons least surprised at the Rev. Amos's deficiencies were his clerical brethren, who had gone through the mysteries themselves. (59)

Kristeva would say that Amos is separated from the softness of life. He is unaware of the maternal body. Disregarding the very…. [read more]


Popular Music Essay

… Popular Music

One of the things that makes us uniquely human is our ability to communicate. We communicate in a number of ways: language, art, non-verbal cues, and music. Over millennia, music as an art form is a combination of sound, rhythm and silence. The creation, performance, quality and significance vary between culture and social context. It can be recreational, structured, improvisational and then divided again into more genres. Music may be performed in many different ways -- by the individual in any number of settings, groups from two to thousands. However, music's most salient definition as a form of communication is its ability to be cross-cultural, multi-dimensional, and universal. "The border between music and noise is always culturally defined -- which implies that, even…. [read more]


Great Gatsby -- a Theoretical Term Paper

… In order to understand The Great Gatsby in the light of Marxist criticism, we need to evaluate various element of this novel:

Starting with the title of the book, it can notice that Fitzgerald has successfully managed to mock the American society. He has added an adjective "Great" to the name of the lead character. In the novel, Gatsby became rich because he was committed to the power of money from a very early age. However, why he would be called Great would be rather controversial. It wasn't his riches and fortune which made him great although that is the criteria set by the society as a benchmark of greatness (Bettina, 1963). Rather, it was his love for Daisy which raised him above all greatness.…. [read more]


Risk Minimization and Loss Prevention in Small Term Paper

… Risk Minimization and Loss Prevention in Small Business in the Post-9/11 ERA

Chapter 1, Introduction,

Chapter 2, Literature Review,

Chapter 3, Methodology,

Chapter 4, Data Analysis,

Chapter 5, Summary, Recommendations and Conclusions,

Small businesses face the same risks, in many instances, as do major corporations. For instance, both small businesses and major corporations face turnover, competition, fluctuating market demands, a volatile economy, bad business decisions and many other risks associated with entering the market place with a particular product, whether it be goods or services,

However, because of their size, small businesses are particularly vulnerable to certain types of losses and risks -- and also because of their smaller size and stature, the loss in revenue or profits is much more deeply felt in small…. [read more]


Current Information and Communication Technologies Essay

… Healthcare Technology

The Bar Code Medication Administration System is a point of care software system for validating the correct medication is given to a patient in the correct manner (Weckman, 2009, May). It is designed to help prevent medication errors related to patient identification, correct medication, route, dosage, and timing. It contains user specified codes and electronic signatures that link to usernames.

A valid provider order is entered into the system, verified by a pharmacist, and made active. A nurse accesses the system using a specific code. The patient identification wrist band is then scanned with a handheld scanner. The nurse compares the scanner information to the wrist band, and then confirms the information is correct. A Virtual Due List appears, displaying allergies and medications…. [read more]


Solitude Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Novel Term Paper

… This sends a message about recognizing the worst events and the worst flaws, facing them, and using them to move forward.

The next important point to consider is that while we are looking at the actions of the people of Macondo as a whole, they are each driven by their own needs. This establishes that the problems of society are not based on the broad decisions, but on individual people. It was noted earlier that the town of Macondo has various forms of government and that none of them make a difference. This is true because the fate of Macondo depends on the individual people of the town, not on some system that attempts to govern the town as a whole. Put simply, it doesn't…. [read more]


Potter Harry Potter Female Characters Dissertation

… Potter

Harry Potter

female characters in Harry Potter

The role and importance of female characters in Harry Potter

There has been much debate and contention about the social influence and effects of the Harry Potter novels on children and on the youth. One of the most debated issues that have arisen from both a literary and psycho-social perspective is the question of how women are presented in the novels. Many critics take an extreme feminist view and see the novels as inculcating a stereotypical and negative view of the women in society. On the other hand there are numerous studies that contest this view and show that women in the novels are as important and dynamic as the male characters. Taking these theories as background…. [read more]

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