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  • Gandhi the Film and How It Compares to Early 20th Century Indian History
    Gandhi While ‘Gandhi', the movie, when combined with Metcalf and Frankel's research , gives a comprehensive and multi-dimensional understanding of India towards the end of the British occupation, and helps us empathize in a way the readings alone cannot, I feel that the movie on its own, irrespons...
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  • The Basis for Russian Military Thought: from the Late 18th to Early 20th Century
    The Basis for Russian Military Thought: From the Late 18th to Early 20th Century The success, or lack thereof, achieved by Russia's military during the 18th and 19th centuries has often been linked to the integration of Western, or European, strategies. Peter the Great, one of Russia's most r...
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  • Major Depressive Disorder - Behavioral and Cognitive Perspectives and a Review of Cbt
    Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a mood disorder characterised by the presence of at least one major depressive episode in the absence of manic episodes and other disorders that may better account for presenting symptoms (e.g. schizoaffective disorder). A major depressive episode is defined as the...
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  • The Behaviourist and Cognitive Approaches to Psychology
    In this essay I am going to explore two of the major approaches to Psychology, Cognitive theories and Behaviourist theories. I will discuss in some detail the two approaches, state how they compare and illustrate the similarities and the differences between them. John Watson, one of the founde...
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  • The Cognitive Stages in Psychology Explained
    (ii)The Cognitive Stages in Psychology Explained 1. The first stage is perception and attention. This is our ability to take in information from around us. There could be a lot of things going on around a person at one time and their ability to listen and acknowledge this information is discussed b...
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  • Origin and Growth of Advertising
    The history of advertising dates back to the early days of human civilization. The evolution or growth of advertising can be briefly stated as follows: Early Forms of Advertising: Three forms of advertising existed during the pre-printing period, i.e. before 15th century. The three forms are as fol...
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  • From a Regional to a Global Perspective: What Determines Growth?
    From a regional to a global perspective: What determines growth? Introduction Our study identifies a relationship between growth (real GDP per capita), corruption, and political instability. For a better explanation of growth, we have added a third variable which is Investment Share of Real GD...
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  • Psychology Theories & Self Reflection
    Introduction Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and mental processes. It is a broad discipline which seeks to analyze the human mind and study why people behave, think, and feel the way they do. There are many different ways to approach psychology, from examining biology's role in men...
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  • Psychology
    Your continued donations keep Wikipedia running! • Ten things you didn't know about Wikipedia • Psychology From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Psychology Portal · History Areas · Wikiproject RESEARCH Ψ Abnormal Biological Cognitive Developmental...
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  • Criminal Identification Procedure in the 21st Century
    Criminal Identification Procedure in the 21st Century CJA350 University of Phoenix Nicole Paddock Eash Abstract The current ways in which we gain the identification of criminals and suspects has drastically changed over the course of the 21st century. In this paper, we will discuss techno...
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  • The Effect of Trade Balance on National Income Growth
    INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The attainment of balance of trade is always a critical factor in the economic development of many nations. This simply means that continuous trade deficits and surpluses are undesirable. The world has become a global village in which different countries intera...
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  • Role of Indian Banks in the Growth of the Indian Economy
    {draw:g} {draw:custom-shape} SSUB INTRODUCTION: In the current global order, where the world has become a big village, consumers take a global look at the products and services in terms of price, quality, delivery and after-sale services. This trend has sown the seeds of competition in e...
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  • To What Extent Was Late Nineteenth-Century and Early Twentieth-Century United States Expansionism a Continuation of Past United States Expansionism and to What Extent Was It a Departure?
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  • History of Women in the Early Century
    WOMEN'S RIGHTS. Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than men. Wifehood and motherhood were regarded as women's most significant professions. In the 20th century, however, women in most nations won the right to vote and increased their educa...
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  • The Effects of Antibiotics on Bacterial Growth
    The Effects of Antibiotics on Bacterial Growth Biology II 1996 Bacteria are the most common and ancient microorganisms on earth. Most bacteria are microscopic, measuring 1 micron in length. However, colonies of bacteria grown in a laboratory petri dish can be seen with the unaided eye. There...
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  • Memory
    Topic 1 Section 1: Smoking 2 Section 2: Crime and violence 3 Topic 3 - Culture – tradition and festival 6 Topic4 : Economic issues retirement - commercial - Employment -Other economic issues 11 SECTION 1: RETIREMENT 11 SECTION 2: COMMERCIAL 12 SECTION 3: EMPLOYMENT 12 SECTION 4: OTH...
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  • Fdr the Early Years
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt is considered one of America's greatest Presidents. He would serve as president for 12 years more then any other president. He would see the nation through the great depression with his New Deal. He would also get the Nation in to and almost out of World War II. He would...
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  • Multi Nationals as Engines of Growth
    Multinationals as Engines of Growth United Fruit and the Banana Republics The United Fruit Company, a U.S. concern, is notorious for having economically colonized Central American in particular, using the support of the U.S. politically--and, on occasion, militarily--to ensure its taking of large...
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  • Anthropology Perspectives
    Anthropology entails 3 perspectives: (1) cross-cultural, or looking at other cultures than our own, (2) holistic, or looking at all parts of culture in relation to each other, (3) relativistic, or looking at each culture as its own standard of values and meaning. 4 disciplines within Anthr...
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