• The Mediterranean Society Under the Greeks and Romans
    The Mediterranean society under the Greeks and Romans The Greco-Roman world forms the bedrock of western civilization. Various laws, religions, cultural and social values, and even ethnic geographies can be traced back to the classical societies of the ancient world. The Greeks with their philos...
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  • Woman in Society
    The role of women in society has always been an issue throughout the ages and throughout Western Europe, and more or less all over the world. In the Dark Ages, women were always seen as secondary to men in all aspects. Most reasons were religious while others were just the way life was then. By the...
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  • 3m in the New Millennium and Leadership
    INTRODUCTION Leadership, paradoxical in nature is both a function and a determining factor of the societal nature over which its exercises sway. Seen in this light, three dependant variables, power, politics and influence tactics form part of the leadership essential calculus (Fairholm 1993). We...
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  • Comparative Literature: Concepts, Its Present Status and New Territories
    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EXPANDING TERRITORIES: COMPARATIVE LITERATURE IN THE 21ST CENTURY Comparative Literature: Concepts, Its Present status and New Territories 3/30/2010 Government Engineering College, Surat Ankita Khanna ABSTRACT The main objective of this paper is to provide res...
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  • Mass Media's Effect on Indian Society
    Christian History in Cross-Cultural Perspective A great deal of Donald A. McGavran’s insight can be traced to the unique advantage he had of growing up in India as a third generation missionary. by Ralph D. Winter T here before McGavran’s eyes were not only the expectable ethnic and lingu...
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  • Fahrenheit 451 and Brave New World
    Brave New World and Fahrenheit 451 are two books, both of which are supposed to be set in the future, which have numerous theme similarities throughout them. Of all their common factors, the ones that stand out most would have to be first, the outlawed reading of books; second, the superficial prese...
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  • New Deal
    The New Deal 1933-2939 1933-1939 periods were one of the most critical periods in the American History. Around 1929, Americans faced unremitting economical privation, where complete reformation was required in order to restore its economical health. The Great Depression of America destroyed its con...
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  • Bulimia and Its Effects on Society
    In today's society many teens are concerned about having the perfect body. Of course, this means being thin like the young Britney Spears or elegant Julia Roberts. The problem, however, is that teens are increasingly risking their physical and mental health in order to be thin. Why? The answer lies...
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  • St. Joan - George Bernard Shaw (St. Joan in a New Light)
    Anyone who has read Shaw's St Joan, or has witnessed the play can state with certainty that one of the fundamental objectives of the writer was to remove Joan of Arc from the romantic perception that grown around her. Shaw had a clear and simple vision of showing the world what she was really like....
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  • Importance of Non-Verbal Communication in Multicultural Society
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  • A New England Nun
    In "A New England Nun", Mary E. Wilkins Freeman depicts the life of the classic New England spinster. The image of a spinster is of an old maid; a woman never married waiting for a man. The woman waiting to be married is restricted in her life. She does chores and receives education to make her m...
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  • Assess the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Structuralist View of Social Life as the Product of Hidden, Unconscious, Forces and Its Relevance to Important Aspects of Contemporary Society
    Introduction Originating in the study of languages, structuralism has exerted a vast amount of influence in the social sciences especially in the work of Saussure, Levi-Strauss and Roland Barthes. Although these theorists may disagree with the exact view of structuralism, there is, on the other han...
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  • A Comparative Study of Traditional Products with New Ulip Products
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1.1 INDUSTRY PROFILE Life is a roller coaster ride and is full of twists and turns. You cannot take anything for granted in life. Insurance policies are a safeguard against the uncertainties of life. Insurance is system by which the losses suffered by a few are...
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  • Puritanism and the New England Colonies
    Dr. Ronald Petrin Survey of American History 1103 Essay Puritanism played a crucial role in shaping the identity and characteristics of the New England colonization area. A Puritan is defined as a member of a reformed Protestant sect in Europe and America that insisted on removing all vestiges...
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  • Is the Majority of Crime in Our Society in Nature?
    INTRODUCTION Is the majority of crime in our society violent in nature? The majority of crimes in our society violent are not nature. In this essay it argue that all crimes have a general moral basic, condemned as ‘wrong’ or ‘bad’ and proscribed by society. The purpose for this essay is to...
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  • New Dynasty
    Index Introduction………………………………………………………………………p 3 The New Dynasty…………………………………………………………………p 5 Dynasties in Review………………………………………………………………p 9 The Three Kings………………………………………………………………….p 20 Conc...
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  • Meiji Period
    Meiji Period 1868-1912 Meiji Period, also known as Meiji restoration, was a turning point for Japan as it created equality amongst all Japanese people. The new Japanese government (after the failure of the Tokugawa government) successfully broke down the boundaries between the social classes, est...
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  • Elbert School National Junior Honor Society Bylaws
    Elbert School National Junior Honor Society Bylaws   Article I: Name   Section 1. The name of this organization shall be the National Junior Honor Society of Secondary Schools – Elbert Chapter.  The National Constitution shall serve as the general guideline for all chapter functions, and th...
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  • To What Extent Can True Happiness Be Possible with Limited Freedom? (Brave New World)
    Imagine, you were talking to your best friend about how you were feeling that day, and some how the word got to your boss about you are being too emotional outside of work hours, and you are now about to be send to an island with “like-minded” people. The last thing you feel is happy, but you ar...
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  • Angela Carter's Exploration of Masks and Society
    society's stereotypes? Perhaps it is a tautological circle in which people usually wear the masks they are meant to wear and thus continue creating the same classifications over and over. One of the greatest modern writers, Angela Carter, deals often with stereotypes in her adaptations of classica...
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