• Translation Shift from English to Bahasa Indonesia in Westlife Song Lyrics
    Translation Shift from English to Bahasa Indonesia in Westlife Song Lyrics Hairul chairul.capcus@yahoo.com A. PREFACE Translation shift is common occurrence that we can find in translation. This thing happens because whole languages in the world have different grammatical structure. Accordi...
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  • Blog: Moral Panic- the "Arab Other"
    Blog entry: Moral panic - the "Arab Other" By Nicole M. 7/08/2010 I've been thinking about the theoretical usefulness of Stan Cohen's study of the moral panic reaction to the "Mods and Rockers." Two semesters ago I would have been asking "What?" but now I'm asking "Why?" I feel that this exa...
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  • Arab/Israeli Conflict
    Probably the oldest conflict in the world, as we know it, is the Middle East or more specifically, the Arab -Israeli conflict. Its' origins, as many scholars and historians have come to agree, dates all the way back to the time of Abraham, who is the father of three major religions of the world: J...
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  • Bahasa Korea
    JOM KITA SAMA- SAMA BELAJAR BASIC WORD BAHASA KOREA :) SAYA SEARCH JE NI .. DAPAT BLAJA SIKIT2 DULU PUN TAK PE LAH WEEE WEE  :)   OPPA = A TERM OF AFFECTION FROM A YOUNGER GIRL TO AN OLDER MALE. IT LITERALLY MEANS 'BIG BROTHER,' BUT IT'S COMMONLY USED BY A YOUNGER FEMALE TO AN OLDER MALE WITH WH...
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  • Unrest in the Arab World
    Unrest in the Arab World Will the United States be on the right side of history? The Right Side of History?   The wave of demonstrations, uprisings and revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East has presented the United States with a complex set of diplomatic problems. While a key...
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  • Arab Spring Women
    Women have played a vital role in the protests in the Middle East. They have protested in two ways: first, they have fought for equality after years of oppression by their male counterparts. Second, they have struggled alongside males in the Arab Springs in protest of the military leaders of Arab...
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  • Arab Common Market
    Arab common market: The possibility of realization, Part 1 Regional, Analysis, 5/10/1999 The starting point of an Arab market ought to proceed from launching and expanding programs of structural reform inside each Arab state in a way that makes available all the conditions needed for such programs...
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  • Arab Isreali War
    Introduction After the Arab-Israeli war of 1948, tensions between the newly founded Jewish state and the Arab states were at an all time high, but it wasn’t until May and June of 1967 that tensions would turn volatile. The region was in a state of anarchy with multiple states competing for power...
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  • Arab Israeli Conflict 1
    The Arab Israeli conflict resulted in a number of wars with many more expected to arise. Among them were the wars in 1967, 1973, and 1982. There were different political groups and parties involved, Soviets and Americans had an influence throughout the years, and the liberation of Palestine was not...
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  • Icc and the Arab World
    On the seventeenth of July 1998, a diplomatic conference was held in Rome and entered into force on the first of July 2002. This treaty, referred to as the Rome statute, constituted the charter and structure of what would become the international criminal court. The international criminal court is...
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  • Byzantine and Arab
    Chapter 9 What choice of world religion by Vladimir, king of Kievan Rus, changed the course of subsequent Russian history? Byzantine, or Orthodox Christianity What common developments linked the rise of new civilizations in eastern and western Europe? -new trading patterns permanently linked n...
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  • Socio-Economic Taxonomy for Arab Countries
    A SOCIO-ECONOMIC TAXONOMY OF ARAB COUNTRIES By Imed Limam January 1998 1 ABSTRACT Many classifications of Arab countries are based on arbitrary criteria and on a subjective delimitation of groups that rely on commonly used stereotypes. These classifications have also neglected severa...
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  • “British Arab Muslim Audiences and Television After September 11.”
    Name: First read carefully chapter 4 and assigned article “British Arab Muslim Audiences and Television after September 11.” Then answer the following questions. * You can extend space as much as you need for your answer. 1. According to chapter 4, how does history relate to intercultu...
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  • A Study of Attitudes of Arab Americans
    A Study of Attitudes of Arab Americans Of the three tables used to define each group, with middle ground for both everyday comparisons such as good neighbors, they were similar. Both showed that when it involved family, the descriptor went to the both column along with religion, whether governed...
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  • Business Guides to the Arab Gulf
    Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AACCI) Business Guides to the Arab Gulf United Arab Emirates Prepared by Bayliss Associates Pty Limited Part I: A brief overview of the United Arab Emirates 4 The format...
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  • The African Farmers and Arab Herders Were at Peace Until...
    The South Park farmers and Arab herders were at peace until the land started to fail and water was very limited. The South Park farmers then fenced off their lands and locked their wells preventing the Arab herders from crossing their lands and using the wells. This causes a conflict that quickly tu...
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  • A Contrastive Pragmatic Study of Speech Act of Complaint Between Arab and Malay Students
    Background of Study Language is used as a tool to express thoughts, feelings and to communicate, in order to impress upon someone, either by expressing a verbal, mental or a given stimulus to seek response. Green (1989) accentuated that communication presupposes achievement of the intended effect o...
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  • Main Cultural Differences Between Arab and Us Managers
    ISCTE – SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Similarities and Differences between Arab and American Managers Predominant Characteristics 1 2 3 Leadership Style Arab Stereotype Egalitarian, emphasis on peer approval and gain personal acceptance. Consultative Ritual, d...
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  • Arab Bb
    Arab BlackBerry UAE 2012 Mugahed_alshenan HBMeU 4/9/2012 Contents Research In Motion 3 Arab People and Blackberry 3 Blackberry consumer segments 4 Potential segments 5 Arab consumer decision making 5 Marketing strategy 7 Recommendations 9 References: 9 Research In Motion The company was...
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  • Arab Israeli War
    As the carnage of World War I continues between Palestinians-Arabs and Jewish settlers, the British government sought every avenue to gain an advantage to end the war. After some 20 years of struggle, the Zionist congress secured the Balfour Declaration and inevitably the Palestinian Land. The 1917...
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