• Sociology - Crime in Trinidad and Tobago
    In Trinidad and Tobago, crime has always been a major topic of public and political debate. It is often seen as a sign of underlying problems in society which is related to inequality, social deprivation, social class, gender and age. Although Durkheim (1938, first published in 1895) argued t...
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  • Idenfify a Moral Panic Involving a Crime in Trinidad and Tobago
    Angela Doonie 84751740 Criminology Identify a moral panic involving a crime in Trinidad and Tobago. Problem “Negative campaigning does not create a solution but creates a moral panic. Moral panic tries to force people to vote for the other side by stirring up emotions”. (Macauley,...
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  • Sustainable Tourism in Trinidad and Tobago
    “Sweet, sweet T&T! Oh! how I love up dis country. Sweet, sweet T&T! No place in dis world I’d rather be.” In the words of the world renown calypsonian, David Rudder, Trinidad and Tobago is the best place to be, in the world. To us ‘trinis’ this statement speaks no more than the trut...
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  • Economic and Social Repot on Trinidad and Tobago
    Economic and Social Repot on |Trinidad and Tobago |[pic] | |[pic] | |Introduction...
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  • The Role of the Violin in Two of the Musical Folk Traditions of Trinidad and Tobago
    The role of the Violin in Two of the Musical Folk Traditions of Trinidad and Tobago. By Janelle Xavier Research Project Proposal: The role of the Violin in 2 of the Musical Folk Traditions of Trinidad and Tobago. By Janelle Xavier Proposal Descriptions: This research paper compil...
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  • Macro Economic Objective on the Health of the Economy of Trinidad and Tobago
    title: a macro economic analysis on the health of the economy of trinidad & tobago methodology employed: Data for the economy of Trinidad and Tobago was collected from the CSO (Central Statistical Office) Information was collected for the period (1995- 2005) in the areas of econo...
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  • In Trinidad and Tobago, Can a Senator Lawfully Act for or Perform the Functions of Prime Minister?
    Can a Senator Lawfully Act For or Perform the Functions of Prime Minister? Preface: For several years, in several fora, I have been asking the captioned question. Inasmuch as no one has been able to convince me that it is possible, lawfully that is, for a Senator to perform the duties of P...
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  • Trinidad and Tobago Soccer Pro League Attendance
    INTRODUCTION The success of any sport or for that matter any form of entertainment or recreational activity or endeavour, can more often than not be determined through the level of popularity of the product. One key form of measurement of the product would be through observation of attendance, or l...
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  • Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago Treasury Bill Rates
    ECON3050 – Econometrics II In-course Project Table of Contents Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Analysis 5 Conclusion 8 Appendix 9 Introduction The purpose of this project is to investigate the co-movements of Jamaica and Trinidad and Toba...
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  • History of Trinidad and Tobago
    TRINIDAD BECOMES A BRITISH COLONY Spain, Britain and France always fought over colonies. These countries were always at war because they wanted to expand their empire, this ultimately resulted in them gaining more power. The British conquered Trinidad and took over the island by the year 1979. The...
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  • Carnival Characters in Trinidad and Tobago
    Traditional Carnival Characters Trinidad & Tobago plays host to the "Great Show on Earth" known as carnival. Carnival has always been about social expression and the voice of society which is displayed on the streets of the country in an highly-spirited celebration of energy. Many people l...
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  • Economic Paper Trinidad and Tobago
    Economic Paper Trinidad and Tobago Jurgen Budike Introduction Trinidad and Tobago is one of the wealthiest and most developed nations in the Caribbean and is listed in the top 66 High Income countries in the world. Economic reforms adopted in the early 1990s had resulted in an average economi...
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  • Trinidad and Tobago
    Trinidad and Tobago The beaches here give me a sense of what heaven would be like. As I walk in the pure white sand, I compare it to the white clouds of heaven. While looking out into the water, I cannot tell the where the Caribbean Sea begins and the clear blue sky ends. Continuing to walk alo...
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  • The Natural Gas Industry in Trinidad and Tobago
    The natural gas industry in Trinidad and Tobago began with the discovery of gas on land at Mahaica in 1955 by Dominion Oil, however the first major natural gas discovery (One Trillion Cubic Feet (Tcf)) was off the East coast of Trinidad by Amoco in 1968 in the Teak offshore field. This was followed...
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  • Juenile Delinquency in Trinidad and Tobago
    JUVENILE DELINQUENCY Running Head: JUVINILE DELINQUENCY Juvenile Delinquency is resulting from the absence of a father figure in the home, abuse and peer pressure in TnT and can be reduced through family intervention education and peer counselling. By Karryl Johnson Caribbean Nazarene College...
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  • Economic History of the Crude Oil Refining Sector of Trinidad and Tobago
     Question 5 Describe the economic history of the crude oil refining sector in T&T from its birth to its present status. What was the impact of US tax legislation on this sector? How did the IADB loan revamp the refinery in Petrotrin in 1993? Why was the refinery in Point...
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  • The External Sector of Trinidad and Tobago
    Macroeconomics 125 CRN:23846 Mr. Gerard E. Rodriguez COSTAATT Individual Assignment * External Sector Done by: Tabesha Neptune Student Number: 00047428 Table of Contents Title Page………………………………………………………………………………………â...
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  • Religion and Homophobia in Trinidad and Tobago
    Analysis of Data As previously demonstrated, the data collected was graphically represented in order to highlight trends or anomalies. Figure 1 (Fig. 1) begins by showing that 36% of our sample supported same sex marriage, whilst 64% did not. Since non-support of same-sex marriage is used as our in...
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  • Case Study Based on Atlantic Lng Company of Trinidad and Tobago
    CASE STUDY BASED ON ATLANTIC LNG COMPANY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO INTRODUCTION & BACKGROUND What is LNG? Natural gas reserves can be found around the world. Gas may be found alone or in solution with oil in natural underground reservoirs. Natural gas is a naturally occurring gaseous mixture of hydr...
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  • Does the school system help to perpetuate the racial tensions which exist in Trinidad and Tobago?
     “Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds...” The legendary Bob Marley wrote these words to a people held in bondage by the perceptions of their mind. To tell the people that if they do not wish for and strive for the will to think freely then they...
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