• othering
    Race, gender, sexuality and class are intersectional socially constructed concepts and institutions that create perceived differences and hierarchies that separate humans in society and reproduce positions of domination and subordination through the process of ‘othering’ (Collins, 1990). It is through...
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  • sexuality
    ideologically grounded in hegemonic heterosexuality. The rest of the review focuses primarily on the concept of sexual rights, the ways in which sexual rights discourses may be exclusive as well as inclusive, and how normalising or assimilationist politics reproduce constructions of heteronormative difference...
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  • Social Media
    - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Social media From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks.[1] Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein define...
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  • The Victims of the War on Terror
    The Victims of the War on Terror Afghanistan is one of The causes for the United States inability to set up a liberal democratic state in Afghanistan can be directed into a few categories: United States instability within the country of Afghanistan, the need for the United States to understand and overcome...
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  • Secularism
    purely this worldly approach, rejecting the other-worldly beliefs[citation needed]. India is a country where religion is very central to the life of people. India’s age-old philosophy as expounded in Hindu scriptures called Upanishads is sarva dharma samabhava, which means respect for all belief systems...
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  • h3h3h3h3
    states have raised serious questions about the existence of a distinctive European identity. If there is something that distinguishes all Europeans, no matter their national or local differences, what is it, and how is it being changed by recent events? This book addresses these questions in essays...
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  • The Social Theory of Du Bois
    Bois is more than a philosopher; he is, for many, a great social leader. His extensive efforts all bend toward a common goal, the equality of colored people. His philosophy is significant today because it addresses what many would argue is the real world problem of white domination. So long as racist white...
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  • Ir Theories
    style which is well-illustrated with boxed key concepts and guides to further reading. • • • This breakthrough textbook has been designed to unravel the complexities of international relations theory in a way that allows students a clearer idea of how the theories work and the myths that are associated...
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  • Social Communication
    Communication (www.jrnl.ut.ee) and a consortium of 14 universities. ISSN 1736–3918 (print) ISBN-13: 978–9949–11–463–4 (prints) ISBN-10: 9949–11–463–2 (prints) ISSN 1736–4752 (online) ISBN–13: 978–9949–11–464–1 (online) ISBN-10: 9949–11–464–0 (online) Copyright: Authors 2006 Tartu University Press www...
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  • A Review of the Literature on “Ethnicity” and “National Identity” and Related Missiological Studies
    A review of the literature on “ethnicity” and “national identity” and related missiological studies Enoch Wan and Mark Vanderwerf Published in www.GlobalMissiology.org  “Featured Articles” April, 2009 I. Introduction In this study, the review the literature will...
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  • Global Inequality
    GCS2002 pages [09] 2/04 19/6/02 3:40 pm Page 217 Copyright 2002 Saskia Sassen Originally published in "Global Civil Society 2002." Edited by Helmut Anheier et. al. Oxford University Press Chapter 9 GLOBAL CITIES AND DIASPORIC NETWORKS: MICROSITES IN GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY Saskia Sassen lobalisation...
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  • The English Patient
    Identity Crisis in Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient Lerzan Gültekin Atılım University in Ankara, Turkey lerzan_gultekin@atilim.edu.tr Abstract The aim of this paper is to analyze identity crisis in Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient from a postcolonial perspective through the concept...
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  • Research Proposal - Survery Research
    Cohort April 27, 2006 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 4 INTRODUCTION 4 Purpose 4 Setting 4 Importance 7 Operational Definitions 7 CHAPTER 2 9 LITERATURE REVIEW 9 Introduction 9 Job Design 9 Group Effects 10 Job Satisfaction 10 Task Specialization 11 Employee Motivation 12 Corporate...
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  • Modern South Asia
    the Mary Richardson Professor of History at Tufts University and a 1998 MacArthur Fellow. The bulk of her work deals with the creation of Muslim identities in modern South Asia. Ayesha Jalal has been Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge (1980–84), Leverhulme Fellow at the Center of South Asian Studies...
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  • Nmass
    as well as national frontiers. Introduction The character and directions of academic inquiry are ever-changing. Old subjects evolve, their influence waxes and wanes; new subjects emerge. All as the result of many different intellectual and social processes on different levels – national, regional...
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  • The Effect of the Information Age on Family Values
    the gap between the families we live with and the symbolic families we "live by." Wikipedia (2006) defines Family values as a political and social concept or term that has been used in various nations across the world to describe a set of moral beliefs in society specifically in response to the perception...
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  • Educating a Girl
    When was the very first section of the underground railway in world opened ? (a) 10 Jan 1860 (b) 10 Jan 1861 (c) 10 Jan 1862 (d) 10 Jan 1863 (a) (c) 2. 10 10 1860 1862 (b) (d) 10 10 1861 1863 1 (b) (d) In 1930 In 1932 When did the Great Depression begin ? (a) (c) In 1929 In 1931 (a) (c) 1929 1931...
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  • Theatre
    Theatre notes 2 9/30 Early American Popular Entertainment: Melodrama Melodrama -High brow vs. low brow art -i.e. opera vs. reality TV -The popular shows “Norms” -taste, fears, desire, prejudice -Good is threatened by evil. Evil might win! Nope, good triumphs after all.It’s the formula for...
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  • study
    institutionalization and its relationship to organizational culture. 2. Define the common characteristics making up organizational culture. 3. Contrast strong and weak cultures. 4. Identify the functional and dysfunctional effects of organizational culture on people and the organization. 5. Explain the factors determining...
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  • Race
    our society today and many people can get “race” and racism confused. The word “race” means something different to everyone, and is such a common topic that it affects everyone from all walks of life on a daily basis. In Kwame Anthony Appiah’s essay “Race, Culture, Identity: Misunderstood Connections”...
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