• Heritage Project
    Muslim for that matter. In Islam, which has strict rules that one has to abide by and comply too. When you are a Muslim, you believe in the One and Only Allah, all other heritage and cultures are of no effect and are said to be false. There is no place for other religions in Islam, a Muslim should not become...
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  • Transformative Religion
    notable Indonesia dramatist figure, Putu Wijaya. Putu Wijaya, born year 1944, from family of Hindu-Bali. Putu, live in Bali till finish his middle education . Afterwards he continue school in Yogyakarta, and since year 1974, he remain to Jakarta. This article, will try to explain a process of theatre...
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  • Golden Age
    Islam’s Brilliant Era was Our Dark Ages a theological essay by Sheila T. Harty S ince I was twelve, I’ve been an Islamophile. That was 1960—when my father, an Air Force officer, was stationed in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. As a result, I got a flying leap over others in exposure to Arab-Islamic culture...
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  • Islamic and Christianity Essay
    III A AND PART III B (DOCUMENT-BASED QUESTION) Updated information regarding the rating of this examination may be posted on the New York State Education Department’s web site during the rating period. Visit the site http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/ and select the link “Scoring Information” for any recently...
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  • General
    and maximum marks fixed for each subject shall be as below: Sr. No. 1 2 3 COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Subjects English (Précis & Composition) English Essay General Knowledge (a) Current Affairs 100 (b) Every Day Science 100 (c) Pakistan Affairs 100 Islamiat Viva Voce Total Maximum Marks 100 100 300 100...
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  • Ethnoraphy
    were immigrants would dream of going one day. As Mohamed said it best in his interview “it’s the land of opportunity”. In this essay I will explain the cultural, social values, and beliefs that I have come across while studying the Iraqi community The Muslim immigrants that came to the United States from...
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  • On Baby Dumping
    Malaysian public blame premarital sex on the over-exposure to sexually-liberal western culture, while the Malaysian government considers including sex education in school syllabus. Experts, on the other hand, say the first step to curb the rising trend is to start educating the young about their choices...
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  • Terrorism Case Study
    that were being held weekly and their influence over British Islam was steadily increasing (Hitchens, 2010). This year is an important one, as the emergence of the first Islamic militant groups in Bangladesh (Kabir, 2005) were seen and Islam became the official religion of Iraq (Islamopedia Online). ...
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  • Influence of Religion on African Culture.
    Table of contents Introduction…………………………………………………..3 African Traditional Religion……………………………….5 Christianity, Islam…………………………………………..6 Influences of Religion on African Culture……………….6 Conclusion……………………………………………………13 References…………………………………………………...
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  • Women empowerment in Pakistan
    because they believe they must obey their husbands and that divorce is a shame. Majority of the women population has same thoughts because of lack of education. One third of women in Pakistan are uneducated and have very little concept about making their own choices. According to a report of NGO White...
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  • Cultural Change of Bangladesh
    distinct forms: sadhu basha, learned or formal language, and cholit basha, common language. Sadhu basha is the language of the literate tradition, formal essays and poetry, and the well educated. Cholit basha is the spoken vernacular, the language of the great majority of Bengalis. Cholit basha is the medium...
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  • A Glossary of Future Terms
    spiritual - all but fugitive. Critical entries problematize the present thus allowing new futures to emerge.Entries from Asia and Africa stress the values and issues needed to create futures authentic to their traditions.Finally, there are entries that explore the field and discourse of futures studies...
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  • Legacies of Colonialism and Imperialism
    be felt today and the legacy of foreign control can be blamed for many of the continuing crises that the former colonies now face. The aim of this essay is to explore the legacy of colonialism and the impact that it had on less developed countries, economically, politically and socially. These legacies...
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  • World history
    match with the proper term. All definitions will come from the list below. Part II will consist of 2 separate essays that you will need to write. You will have 4 choices for each essay, all taken from the list following the definitions. Terms and Definitions: 1. Bantu migration: The spread...
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  • 1. With reference to appropriate examples, discuss how national culture acts to influence how organisations manage their employees.
    How do corporations deal with cultural differences within an organisation when deciding on how to best configure HRM in an overseas subsidiary. This essay will try and answer these problems by looking at examples to provide a full answer. Hofstede (1991) stated that ‘culture comes from collective thinking...
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  • International Relations of the Middle East: Islam, Imperialism and State
    International Relations of the Middle East: Islam, Imperialism and State Formation ‘Realism best explains the foreign policies of modern Middle Eastern states’. Discuss with reference to TWO regional case studies. Introduction In its various forms, realism has been the dominant paradigm of...
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  • essay
    Counter-terrorism particularly in Swat Operation d. Strengthening democracy e. ‘Malala’ case as a test of mass patience to radicalism and enhancing girl education 5. Media unfortunately found in power politics. a. C J gate as an Eye opener. b. Undermining government and strengthening non democratic forces...
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  • multiculturalism in the UK
    multicultural leads to various effects which are not beneficial for the society. This essay will define multiculturalism in the details and concentrate on pros and cons about effects of multiculturalism in the UK in 21st century. The essay will argue that multiculturalism is conducive for society in the UK, even...
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  • Orientalism
    Middle East and Other Case Studies, proceedings of a seminar, edited by P. J. Vatikiotis. American Jewish Committee: Excerpts from “The Return of Islam” by Bernard Lewis, in Commentary, vol. 61, no. 1 (January 1976).Reprinted from Commentary by permission.Copyright © 1976 by the American Jewish Committee...
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  • Islam and Postmodernism
    Islam, Postmodernism and Other Futures A Ziauddin Sardar Reader Edited by Sohail Inayatullah and Gail Boxwell Pluto LONDON • STERLING, VIRGINIA P Press First published 2003 by Pluto Press 345 Archway Road, London N6 5AA and 22883 Quicksilver Drive, Sterling, VA 20166–2012, USA...
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