• National Integration in India
    India is a vast country with a vast population. The vast population follows different cultures and religions; and; belongs to different castes and sub-castes, races and communities. So, the national integration of India invariably depends on the integrity of its citizens. It is the individuals who...
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  • National Service
    A great man by the name of General Douglas MacArthur once said, “Duty, Honor, Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be.” What MacArthur is saying is that peoples’ duty is to their country. In our democratic republic, the Uni...
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  • Does Us Media Threaten Singapore's Identity
    In a country that encompasses a good mix of East and West such as Singapore, it is undeniable that US media is prevalent. As more television shows, radio programs, movies, news channels, internet websites and magazines are being produced in the United States, the same soaring amount of products are...
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  • National Integration
    Ways And Means of National Integration Education is of great significance for bringing out about National and emotional integration. It is a strong weapons which can be used effectively for achieving our national understanding. Some of the ways And means to promote National Integration are as und...
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  • National Hero
    “It is always said in many cultures that the pen is mightier than the sword, the blood of academic scholars are better than that blood of warriors, wars are not won in the battlefield, it’s pure politics.” A pleasant afternoon to each and everyone, Ma’am, classmates, to our worthy oppone...
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  • Transculturating Bodies: Politics of Identity of Contemporary Dance in China
    Transculturating Bodies: Politics of Identity of Contemporary Dance in China Helly Minarti ABSTRACT Borrowing the concept of ‘transculturation’ of Fernando Ortiz (via Taylor and Rogers), this report establishes an account on modern/contemporary dance[i] in postsocialist Chia society, posit...
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  • National Symbols
    The word "symbol" came to the English language from the Greek "sýmbolon"- syn- meaning "together" and "bolē"meaning "a throw", having the approximate meaning of "to throw together".Symbols are objects, characters, or other concrete representations of ideas, concepts, or other abstractions.Sym...
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  • How Does Patrick Kavanagh Address the Concept of Landscape in His Poetry?
    Patrick Kavanagh was born on 21 October 1904, in Mucker townland, Inniskeen, Co. Monaghan, the son of James Kavanagh, a small farmer with sixteen acres who was also a cobbler, and Bridget Quinn. He attended Kednaminsha National School from 1909 to 1916 and worked on the family farm after leaving...
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  • National Human Rights Commission and Its Role.
    NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION AND ITS ROLE. This paper divided into 8 parts. There are : 1. Introduction 2. Role of Human Rights towards universal sovereignty 3. Establishment of Human Rights Commission, 4. National Human Rights Commission of India, 5. Constitution of the...
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  • Discuss Whether or Not Amazon Has Lost Its Identity by Expanding Into Markets Well Beyond Books.
    Discuss whether or not Amazon has lost its identity by expanding into markets well beyond books. Amazon, the US based multinational e-commerce company, is America's largest online retailer. The company, founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos and originally based out of his garage, debut...
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  • Australian Identity
    Australian identity is a hard thing to put your finger on. Is it the old identity of the worn battler working hard to earn the daily bread in outback Australia? Or, is it the modern identity, where little to no hard physical work is required and men take as much care in their bodies as women? Argua...
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  • National Character
    National Character National Character is the personality expressed by a country or group of people. National character defines who we are, what we are about, and expresses our ideals. Character exhibits culture, and distinguishes personal backgrounds of people of many different countries. The...
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  • Identity in 'an Unknown Girl'
    In what ways does Moniza Alvi examine themes of identity in 'An Unknown Girl? Moniza Alvi was born in Pakistan. Her father was Pakistani and mother English. She left Pakistan when she was a baby for England. The poet is caught between two worlds and her poems exemplify her quest for her cultural...
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  • Reference and the Concept of Identification: a Contrastive Study
    Reference and the Concept of Identification: a Contrastive Study Dr. Hazim Hakkush Al- Dilaimy English Department Ibri College of Education Sultanate of Oman 1. Introduction...
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  • Inclusion of Women's Private Work in National Accounts
    GWST 503 Dr. Hania Sholkamy Inclusion of Women's Private Work in National Accounts Position Paper Spring 2009 Hala S. El Sonbaty 000820263 October 2009 Inclusion of Women's Private Work in National Accounts Position: Women's private work at home that is naturally suited...
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  • The Concept of Belonging
    ‘Belonging’ is a literary trope relevant to all types and genres of publication and film. Perceptions that affect belonging can be determined by oneself: by intrinsic flaws and attributes, by choices made by the individual, by the individual’s physical and emotional potential to belong and by...
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  • To What Extent Has the Concept Universalization of Western Liberal Democracy Has Been the Case Since the End of the Cold War?
    To what extent has the concept universalization of Western liberal democracy has been the case since the end of the Cold War? Main question: To what extent has the concept of universalization of Western liberal democracy has been the case since the end of the Cold War? Introduction: The...
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  • British Identity Dbq
    "To prohibit a great people from making all that they can of every part of their own produce advantageous to themselves, is a manifest violation of the most sacred rights of mankind." These views of Adam Smith were very much supported throughout the mid-18th century. Throughout this time, many new...
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  • Social Identity and the Service-Profit Chain
    MOS Article Review Social Identity and the Service-Profit Chain By Christian Homburg, Jan Wieseke & Wayne D. Hoyer Journal of Marketing Volume 73(March 2009) It is very important to understand that if performance meets expectations, the customer is satisfied; if not, dissatisfactio...
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  • George Bush in the National Guard
    Bush's National Guard Service A fact has evidence to support statements and fiction is not based on truth but is created. National Guard service is a major part of the political campaign this year as well as last year and is a topic that is debated about extensively. George W. Bush's duty in the Na...
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