• From a Social Psychological Point of View, Group Membership ‘Is Primarily a Cognitive Matter’ (Brown, 2007, P 146). Discuss This Statement in Relation to Social Identity Theory and Discursive Psychology.
    From a social psychological point of view, group membership ‘is primarily a cognitive matter’ (Brown, 2007, p 146). Discuss this statement in relation to social identity theory and discursive psychology. Tajfel (1982) suggests that social psychological understandings of group membership...
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  • Karl Marx: Existence and Social Consciousness
    A paper written for Classical Sociology, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Introduction “It is not the consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that determines their consciousness” – Karl Marx The above notion by Karl Marx is...
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  • Individual vs. Social Consciousness
    Individual vs. Social Consciousness in Hobbes, Madison, Hegel, and Marx Hobbes and Madison derive their concept of politics in the liberal tradition of individualism, sketching out an ahistorical notion of human nature. By contrast, Hegel and Marx view the political as a social construction under...
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  • Credit Appraisal & Assessment from Banker's Point of View in India
    The area of credit appraisal and assessment is very vast and each new account poses new challenges and tests our skill. Whenever a proposal is received, what does a banker looks for in it? Answer to this question is not only very detailed but also very complex. Earlier speakers might have already co...
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  • To What Extent Can Decisions About Operations Really Be Strategic from the Firm’s Point of View?
    I am of the view that business decisions about operations can be strategic as well as tactical from the firm’s view point. In discussing this view further, I would like look at the issues at play by defining operations, strategy, operations strategy, perspectives of operations strategy and the le...
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  • ‘Dystopia Is Merely a Utopia from a Different Point of View’. Discuss This Statement in Relation to Two Pertinent Literary or Filmic Examples
    ‘Dystopia is merely a utopia from a different point of view’. Discuss this statement in relation to two pertinent literary or filmic examples. The following essay proposes to consider the concepts of dystopia and utopia, analysing the ways in which they can be deemed to constitute the same ph...
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  • Point of View
    Point of View For the topic of my essay I chose, In the United States, we do not need to plan for retirement. Social Security will cover our needs when we retire. I believe that to an extent. There is controversy over whether or not Social Security will even be around when we retire for one th...
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  • Emmanuel Kant, Anthropology from the Pragmatic Point of View (1798)
    Emmanuel Kant, Anthropology from the pragmatic point of view (1798) This text is an extract from the Antropologie from the pragmatic point of view of Kant is about the importance of the power of saying « I » for the human subject. Indeed, for Kant, this force “raises Man on top of all other...
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  • First Person Ranks First: John Mccain a War Point of View
    Is it more important to focus on the bigger picture in War? Doing so would be to neglect the 58,000 soldiers who gave their lives in the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War is often seen as an unclear part of our history in the United States. This conflict in some Americans minds was a war of ethics, a wa...
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  • Teachers Point of View
    Think Paper # 2 As a high school teacher I have to be a facilitator-guide and a sage who imparts knowledge. I believe that teaching and learning are creative and very social. Based on my understanding, in order for some students to become productive learners; teachers should understand what...
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  • Beloved from a Student's Point of View
    Toni Morrison was born in 1931 and spent the first year of her life in Ohio. She received an Undergraduate degree in English from Howard University then she finished her master’s program at Cornell. In 1993 she became the first African American woman to receive a Nobel Prize for Literature. The bo...
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  • Emc from an International Management Point of View
    TABLE OF CONTEXT 1. INTRODUCTION 1 2. EMC BRIEFLY 3 3. PESTEL - analysis 4 3.1. Political / legal 4 3.2. Environmental 5 3.3. Socio-cultural 5 3.4. Technological 6 3.5. Economical 7 4. INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY 8 5. GLOBAL vs. LOCAL 9 6. EMC and CSR 10 6.1. Environmental responsibility 10...
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  • Research and Treatment of Juvenile Sexual Offending from a Policy Point of View
    Research and Treatment of Juvenile Sexual Offending From a Policy Point of View By Yvonne K. Ray A Paper Presented in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements of HS8101 Social Change and Public Policy September 2005 191 Sidney Street Twin F...
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  • The Point of View in "Porphyria's Lover"
    The Point of View in "Porphyria's Lover" "Porphyria's Lover" is an exhilarating love story given from a lunatic's point of view. It is the story of a man who is so obsessed with Porphyria that he decides to keep her for himself. The only way he feels he can keep her, though, is by killing her....
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  • The Stagnation of Spanish Tourism from the Point of View of British Tourists
    [pic] BA MARKETING MANAGEMENT WITH LANGUAGES Honours Dissertation SESSION 2009/10 Stagnation of Spanish tourism from the point of view of British tourist BEATRIZ MARTIN LOPEZ 09010987 Supervisor: Ros Sutherland Declaration I declare that...
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  • Point of View in Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper"
    Point of view and narrative mode in Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" supports and conveys the theme of sanity versus insanity in a number of ways. In her capturing of the authority of narration, Gilman leaves the reader questioning the narrator's reliability. Her repeated use of sel...
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  • Government Entitlements: a Libertarian Point of View?
    The Welfare/Nanny State is a popular discussion that entertains a variety of notions. Views such as the Libertarians’ believe that self-reliance and responsibility are of great importance when referring to government issues. For example, the government’s role is not that of a “Nanny” state...
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  • Grönroos: Service Management&Marketing Summary & Point of View Chapters 7,8,9
    Summary & point of view: Grönroos, chapters 7, 8 & 9 Summaries Chapter 7 Behind every service there is a complicated process of developing this service. The starting point is a basic service package consisting of 1) the core service, 2) enabling services (and goods) and 3) enhancing servic...
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  • Characterization and Point of View in a Rose for Emily
    Setting, Characterization and Point of View in "A Rose for Emily" "A Rose for Emily" gives the readers the feeling that they are a member of the community, experiencing the same things as the whole town does, which is curious about Miss Emily. Living in an unhappy environment can affect the person...
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  • Poverty from Conservative Point of View
    Poverty from a conservative point of view There seems to be an increase in poverty in the United States and there are so many theories behind why this might be a problem. It seems as if Society as a whole wants to blame this social "condition" on Society itself. I believe that the problem of pov...
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