• Empiricism of Scientific Societies in the 17th Century: Intellectual, Social and Cultural Impact
    University of toronto | Empiricism of Scientific Societies in the 17th Century: Intellectual, Social and Cultural Impact | HPS210 | Dr. Christopoulos | | Written by: Jinyao Wang | 6/8/2010 | | In his most famous memoir, Sir Isaac Newton said he was just a boy playing on the seasho...
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  • Thoughts on the Cultural Impact of Katrina: People and Things and a Web-Site Status Report
    New Orleans My inquiry into the impact of Katrina on cultural resources in the region was undertaken because I currently serve as President of the Nineteenth Century Studies Association, and as an architectural historian, I see much of the physical New Orleans as a nineteenth century city, filled...
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  • Cultural Impact by Islam
    From 1450 to about 1800, the empires of the Savavids, Mughals, and Ottomans emerged to form a dominate society that had great impacts in lands such as India and Turkey. These empires were influenced both culturally and politically by the effects of the Islamic faith. The cultural aspects of these em...
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  • The Sunni Muslim in America: Truths, Myths, and Cultural Impact
    Although this nation has long been called a “melting pot”, one would not have to look too deep into that analogy to see that it may not be the best way to describe the combination of people from various parts of the world that have chosen to live here in the United States. If various components...
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  • Social/Cultural Impact of Integrated Resorts Singapore
    SOCIAL/CULTURAL IMPACTS Singapore has been well known for its multi-racial society. With the opening of the Integrated Resorts (IRs) in Singapore, has led this multi-racial society to a greater level. By bringing people from a wide variety of places and cultures together, visitors and locals lear...
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  • Film Must First Be Recognized as an Industry Before It Is Considered as a Cultural Object. Critically Examine the Meaning and Implication of This Statement with Particular Reference to Wales
    Film must first be recognized as an industry before it is considered as a cultural object. Critically examine the meaning and implication of this statement with particular reference to Wales When looking at this statement, that film must first be recognized as an industry before it is considere...
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  • Describe and Evaluate the Negative Social, Cultural or Environmental Impact Caused by Tourism in a Destination of Your Choice. Analyse the Causes of This Impact and Judge to What Extent Sustainable Tourism Strategies
    Describe and evaluate the negative social, cultural or environmental impact caused by tourism in a destination of your choice. Analyse the causes of this impact and judge to what extent sustainable tourism strategies and methods could eliminate or ameliorate them and thereby secure the long term fut...
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  • Film Impact on Society
    Film’s Impact on Society Film has played a huge part in American society since 1878 when Edward James made the first real motion picture. Ever since Edward’s first movie production, film has made many technological advances that change the way we look at film today. This is obvious when you go...
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  • Cultural and Economic Impact of Antiretroviral Medicines in South Africa and India
    Cultural and Economic Impact of Antiretroviral Medication and AIDS in South Africa and India Adeena Henning, Crystal Brown, Reginald Jackson Texas Woman’s University August 13, 2011 [pic] Executive Summary The first antiretroviral medications (ARV) used to treat HIV wer...
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  • American Popular Culture and Its Impact in a Globalized World
    Americans, after all, did not invent fast food, amusement parks, or the movies. Before the Big Mac, there were British fish and chips. Before Disneyland, there was Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens (which Walt Disney used as a prototype for his first theme park, in Anaheim, a model later re-exported to To...
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  • Blacks in the Film
    In studying and understanding the politics and artistic ideologies of film, not in the popular "Hollywood" tradition, films of different cultures must be examined to explore the political and social history of the struggles for cultural identity. The film becomes a means of consciousness and of cre...
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  • Globalization in the Cultural
    It is fair to say that the impact of globalization in the cultural sphere has, most generally, been viewed in a pessimistic light. Typically, it has been associated with the destruction of cultural identities, victims of the accelerating encroachment of a homogenized, westernized, consumer culture....
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  • The World History of Film Industry
    МУНИЦИПАЛЬОЕ ОБЩЕОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ ЛИЦЕЙ №1 КОРЧАГИНА ИРИНА THE WORLD HISTORY OF FILM INDUSTRY Научный руководитель: кандидат педагогических наук, Компанеева Л.Ð...
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  • Impact of Indian Cinema
    IMPACT OF CINEMA ON THE INDIAN SOCIETY Cinema has become the most powerful form of Mass Media since the day it was introduced to the world. The Lumiere Brothers who invented the ‘ Cinematograph’ ( a compact and portable device which with a few adjustments could be used as a projector , camera...
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  • Exhibiting Racism: the Cultural Politics of Lynching Photography Re-Presentation
    EXHIBITING RACISM: THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF LYNCHING PHOTOGRAPHY RE-PRESENTATIONS by Erika Damita’jo Molloseau Bachelor of Arts, Western Michigan University, 2001 Master of Arts, University of Pittsburgh, 2003 Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of School of Arts and Sciences in partial fulfil...
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  • Lucas: King of Film
    Lucas: King of Film Whether it be through his epic Star Wars saga, or through the exalted special effects crew he pioneered, Industrial Light and Magic, he continues to amaze audiences world wide. His name in synonymous with famous directors/producers in the world. His impacts reach out in mor...
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  • The Impact of Cellular Phones on Thje Business World
    New inventions have always changed society not only technically, but socially. The introduction of cellular phones is no different. These recent gadgets have found its way into our everyday lives. We carry it around, keeping it close to us in case we miss an important call or just any call. We feel...
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  • John Biggers: the Impact and Significance of Symbolization in African American Art
    John Biggers: The Impact and Significance of Symbolization in African American Art The integrated symbols of African American and African cultural themes within the artwork of John Biggers greatly reflects and displays women playing a non-stereotypical role within society. First it is important to...
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  • Hong Kong Film
    In the 1990s, Hollywood saw an inflow of Hong Kong film stars such as Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-Fat, and Michelle Yeoh; filmmakers including John Woo, Tsui Hark, Stanley Tong, Ronnie Yu, and Kirk Wong; and martial arts choreographers including Yeun Woo-Ping and Corey Yeun. In the international art-house...
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  • Cross Cultural Encounter: the Europeans Influence in Africa
    The cross-cultural encounter between Europe and Africa began as Europe aggressively initiated an era of exploration of Africa south of the great savanna. Europe's curiosity, exploration and greed transformed the history of African people. In the study of the cultural history of Africa, much innovati...
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