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Lost Boys of Sudan They Poured Fire on US From the Sky Research Proposal

… Lost Boys of Sudan, They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky

The largest country in Africa is also hosting one of the most frightening civil wars in the history of humanity. Genocide, holocaust and terrorism have joined hands to plague a country whose population is fighting over religious, ethnic and economic issues. The most impressive to the western eye is the image of starving children from places in Africa where internal conflicts keep their countries from the way to development.

A different image of those starving children is provided in the book They Poured Fire on Us from the Sky: The True Story of Three Lost Boys from Sudan. Children who witnessed the death of their parents, relatives and friends and the destruction of…. [read more]


Lost Boys of the Sudan Term Paper

… Lost Boys of the Sudan

What are the implications of the video "The Lost Boys of the Sudan"?

"The Lost Boys of the Sudan" is not merely an expose of the violence occurring in this African region. It also forces American viewers to confront the disparity between their own lives and the lives of the individuals in the video. By humanizing and personalizing an underreported national tragedy, the documentary demands that the viewers show more care and concern about what is happening in the Sudan and also that Americans take responsibility for how the prosperity of America is founded upon a world economy still divided between the developing and the developed world.

The Sudanese refugee children of the film were brought up to be herders,…. [read more]


Political Economic and Social Issues Term Paper

… Sudan

In 1983, civil war broke out in Sudan, between the north and the south. The conflict raged on for decades, and continues to plague the region. The Sudanese Wars have yielded unfathomable casualties and loss of life. The term the "lost boys of Sudan" refers to about 20,000 boys who fled Southern Sudan in the wake of the chaos and violence of the independence movement and its aftermath. Unfortunately, the term draws attention to the lack of respect and attention given to female casualties. A great number found refuged in Ethiopia, itself far from a bastion of stability. In fact, wars in Ethiopia broke out in 1991 and further displaced the lost boys of Sudan. Thousands -- about ten thousand by some estimates --…. [read more]


Therapy for the Lost Boys of Sudan Essay

… Regardless, putting forward the idea that there is great empathy and concern, not to mention cultural literacy, when it comes to their changed lives and transitioning into their new one in their new country would be of the utmost importance (Kummerer, 2007). As for what would change for these people, the complete change in societies and situations would hold huge gravity and getting use to a new society, even of the same level, is hard enough. However, situations will absolute shift and change as the person adjusts and integrates into their new society. While short-term therapy would be helpful for these people, the use of long-term therapy would absolutely be better for the people affected. The best model would be one that allows a slow…. [read more]


Great War for Civilization the Conquest of the Middle East Book Report

… Great War for Civilisation: The Conquest of the Middle East

Nicole Gomez

International Relations of the Middle East

The Great War for Civilisation

Robert Fisk's book, the Great War for Civilisation: The Conquest of the Middle East is a comprehensive description of the Middle East region and its ongoing struggles. Fisk who is an established correspondent for the Independent newspaper in the United Kingdom has covered the vast region and its conflicts since 1976. Fisk has witnessed firsthand numerous wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Algeria, Israel, Palestine and Lebanon, and as a child, whose father fought the Great War, seems excessively knowledgeable in his historical accounts.

Robert Fisk commences his book March 1997 outside the Spinghar Hotel in Jalalabad, a town in eastern Afghanistan. Outside…. [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]


Women's Role in Peacebuilding and Development in Somalia Term Paper

… Role of Women in Peacekeeping in Somalia

Women have an important role to play in peacekeeping and resolving societal conflicts. After all, in their traditional roles, women are already expected to negotiate agreements within families, as heads of households, as community members and increasingly, as peace activists.

This paper examines the role that women have played in building and keeping peace in Somalia. It looks at whether the participation of women in the peace process leads to greater social recognition of women's rights. It also examines which factors can become obstacles to the greater participation of women in peace-building and decision-making.

The first part of this paper looks at the status of women in Somalia, with a special focus on legal protections for women's rights…. [read more]


Winston Churchill Term Paper

… Winston Churchill

These were the words of Winston Churchill when he entered the Buckingham Palace one day, "But whether it be peace or war... we must strive to frame some system of human relations in the future which will put an end to this prolonged hideous uncertainty, which will let the working and creative forces of the world get on with their job, and which will no longer leave the whole life of mankind dependent upon the virtues, the caprice, or the wickedness of a single man." (DeAngelo, 1995) at about this same time, thousands of people almost worshipped this man, n enigmatic personality and a charismatic leader, who rose to power because of his charisma and his leadership qualities. At this point of time,…. [read more]


Dancing Skeletons - Life Book Report

… How does kwashiorkor develop, and why?

This form of malnutrition is related to a protein-deficient but high-calorie diet. In Mali, the staple foods are relatively high in protein and high-calorie foods are not commonly eaten. However, when children are weaned at around age 2 or 3 they lose the protein from their mother's milk and can develop kwashiorkor.

Do you think it may make sense to have as many children as possible sometimes?

In Mali, children earn money for their families. The more children a family have, the more money comes in and the easier it is to feed all members of a family. Many children are also lost to disease or malnutrition, so it makes sense to Malians to have large families. In the…. [read more]


Anthropology Review and Critique: Gender Term Paper

… This again is the value of a book like this, giving worldly cultural perspective and knowledge to the student who lives in America.

NUMBER THREE: Articles dealing with male gender roles.

The essay by Gilbert H. Herdt discusses the role of males in the fascinating Third World culture of the Sambia mountain people in Papua New Guinea ("Rituals of Manhood: Male Initiation in Paupa New Guinea). Boys are removed from the nuclear family in the Sambia culture at seven to ten years of age, and kept in a "men's clubhouse" until marriage - because, as Herdt writes, "strict taboos based on beliefs about menstrual pollution" still keep boys and girls separate.

The uninitiated Westerner might, upon reading about "menstrual pollution," say well, don't these primitive…. [read more]


Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street Gangs: Threat to National Security? Thesis

… ¶ … predominantly Latino Gangs, Mara Salvatrucha (aka MS-13), and the 18th Street Gang operating on the streets of communities across America. This study is significant because it will provide a snapshot in time concerning how these violent gangs operate in this country in ways that can inform and alert both civilian society and government agencies concerning optimal responses to the problem created by these gangs. Through a quantitative and qualitative analysis of documentary evidence and governmental statistics about the Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street Gang, this study developed several conclusive findings on the negative effects of these groups in the United States. The Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street Gang are becoming transnational criminal organizations given the fact that they originated in Central America and…. [read more]


Cultural Impact on Politics Term Paper

… Cultural Impact on Politics

Political action does not take place in a separate realm and so is always influenced by cultural concerns, forces, developments, history, and so on. Political activity is intended to gain a consensus on what action government should take, which involves the arts of education, persuasion, and compromise. The form of the society shapes the way politics is pursued in that society, and this occurs at several levels. A social order can be matriarchal or patriarchal, which would represent how gender is manifested in political action. The form of government has an influence, with political action being different for a democracy as opposed to a more authoritative system. The prevalent religion may affect politics, more so in a theocratic system than one…. [read more]


Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill Research Paper

… In the 1920's, Einstein also took upon the construction of the unified field of theories, although he continued to work on the probabilistic interpretation of quantum theory, and he persevered with this work in America. He contributed to statistical mechanics by his development of the quantum theory of a monatomic gas and he has also accomplished valuable work in connection with atomic transition probabilities and relativistic cosmology (Paul. 1996).

Albert Einstein was a receiver of many honorary doctorate degrees in science, medicine and philosophy, from many recognized universities of Europe and America. The 1920's and 30's he gave many lectures in Europe, America and the Far East and was awarded fellowship and membership is almost all the universities he visited. He received awards for his…. [read more]


Virginity and Gender Identity Term Paper

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This view also relates to the belief that the fine membrane covering the vaginal aperture, the hymen, is most important area of a women's body. The intact hymen therefore is proof of the woman's "purity' and plays a crucial part in the maintenance of family honor. This view of chastity and its importance in the culture is extended to the horrific practice of female circumcision, which is still openly practiced in a number of areas. In other words, female circumcision is the logical extension of the belief in the importance of virginity in a cultural sense. It is also an indication of the complete lack of concern or interest in the female as a separate and independent entity. Statistics show that as many as…. [read more]


Child Sex Tourism: Its Scope and the Law Research Paper

… Canada's Criminal Code lets it prosecute its permanent residents for having child sex in a foreign country. Child Sex Tourism Offences as well as Related Measures Bill during 2007 in Australia is another recent initiative. The UK Sexual Offences Acts of both 1996 as well as 2003 allows extraterritorial prosecutions. The Protection of Children Act 1978 in UK declares taking and circulating indecent photographs of children as punishable.

According to Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI), 1988, the UK's Criminal Justice Act 1988 seeks to create "a summary offence of possession of an indecent photograph of a child." In November 1997, the EU's Tourism Council propounded its stand against the issue. In 2007, the EU declared October 18 as an Anti-Trafficking Day.

Based on German…. [read more]


Rule of Law Today in China Research Paper

… China and the Rule of Law

A kind of democratic transformation is underway in Communist China, and that is thanks in no small part to China's race toward modernity. Such modernity, however, is highly dependent upon China's ability to operate according to a respectable rule of law. Therefore, everywhere in China the rule of law is touted as the center of its new and rising ethos (Peerenboom 2002:1). Meanwhile, China is poised to have the largest economy on the globe in the 21st century and desires to keep its 20th century setbacks well behind it. If "the hallmarks of modernity are a market economy, democracy, human rights, and rule of law," (Peerenboom 2002:1) then China hopes to be well on its way to being perceived…. [read more]


Successful Strategy in Ending the War Thesis

… ¶ … Successful Strategy in Ending the War in Afghanistan

Since 2001, when the country of Afghanistan's governing powers refused to surrender the international terrorist Osama Bin Laden, who was responsible for the destruction of the World Trade Center, in New York City, New York, on September 11, 2001; the American presence and war effort in that country has received a subdued amount of press and public attention. The reason is not that the war effort in Afghanistan is unimportant, but that the American war and involvement in Iraq overwhelmed the attention of the American press and public, especially as the presidential campaigns were being carried out, and as the 2008 presidential election drew near.

Now, however, as we begin turning over the responsibility for…. [read more]


Endanger Culture Term Paper

… Ethiopian Music

Ethiopia is one of the world's most ancient nations, located in Africa. It is a culture that is rich in traditions, customs and music. Between the years 1969 and 1978, Ethiopian music was unknown to the world because the nation was run by the communist dictatorship of Mengitsu. During this time, Mengitsu officially banned all vinyl recordings of music. So, Ethiopian music was lost and unknown to the world. However, during the 1990s, the world discovered Ethiopian music once again. Since then, Ethiopian music is a unique style that can be compared and contrasted to American music. This paper will outline these comparisons and contrasts between the two countries and their styles of music.

Ethiopia is a country located in Eastern Africa. It…. [read more]

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