• Development and Validation of Measures of Social Phobia
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  • A Talk About Oral English Teaching Problems and Solutions
    Contents Introduction 1 Theoretical Framework 2 1.1 The requirements of the New English Curriculum Standard 3 1.2 Foreign language methodologies 4 1.3 The second language acquisition 5 1.4 Motivations for junior students’ English learning 5 2. Causes of the problems 6 2.1 Student
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  • A Tentative Study on the Strategies in Translating Chinese Idioms Into English
    范文: A Tentative Study on the Strategies in Translating Chinese Idioms into English Submitted by Student ID number Supervised by A paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Bachelor of Arts 摘要 习语是语言的精华,经常出现在äº
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  • Globish - Global English
    Global English – A “Borderless” World. Throughout the twenty-first century the emergence of globalization has encouraged the appearance of a Global Language. International English or “Globlish” is the concept of English as a global means of communication. A considerable number of non
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  • The Study on Comparison and Translation Between English and Chinese Euphemisms
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  • English
    here is a preponderance of evidence that points to the benefits of children learning English as a second language. However, choosing to raise a bilingual child is something that requires a great deal of thought, preparation, and time. As a result, it is a decision that is very personal and will affe
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  • Importance of English Language and Speaking Skills
    Importance of English Language & Speaking Skills Among Fourth Year Students Submitted To: Submitted By: Date Submitted: Approved: ___________________________________ Acceptance and Approval Approval and Endorsement Acknowledgement Table of Contents List of Tables List
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  • The Benefits of Speaking Effectively in English
    English is an international language. It is used by people all around the world to communicate with each other. In fact, English is the official second language in Malaysia. However, some people do not take this matter seriously as they think that their own local language is just enough to be unders
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  • Social Conflict Theory
    The social conflict paradigm is a theory based on society being a complex system characterized by inequality and conflict that generate social change. Personal life experiences dictate me to believe this theory is true. Discussion of the theory in question and how it pertains to myself will be cover
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  • Social Stratification
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  • Examine the Role of Processes in Schools in Producing Different Educational Achievement Among Pupils from Different Social Groups.
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  • Growing Inequality Gap
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  • Official English
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  • Social & Economic Impact of Hurricane Katrina
    In the last century in the United States there have been approximately sixty-five-hundred deaths incurred from hurricanes when taking into consideration only the top twenty deadliest. The numbers are incredibly difficult to verify when trying to account for a cumulative total and become especially s
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  • Discuss How Race and Ethnicity Perpetuate Inequality in Australia
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  • Discuss How the Concepts of ‘Race’ and ‘Ethnicity’ Perpetuate Inequality in Australia
    ‘As concepts, race and nation are largely empty receptacles through and in the names of which population groups may be invented, interpreted and imagined as communities or societies’ (Goldberg, 1993: 79). Race and ethnicity are major contributing factors of racism in Australia today, and the con
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  • “Society Is an Arena for Inequality That Generates Conflict and Change.” Discuss This Statement Using Four Well Developed Examples from Within Your Own Society.
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  • Gender Inequality
    According to Maguire (1995:1), “The inequality between the sexes is one of the most intractable features of human culture.”Frankly, it is undeniable that gender inequality exists in every part of the world. Macionis (2006:252) also admits that “In most aspects, men are still in charge.” Nowa
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  • Social Inequalities
    In every society, stratification of the members of society into various groups and classes is present. Social stratification exists because social structure in the society is very important – they reflect the ability of certain people to access the resources in the society. For instance, dominant
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  • Materialism and Social Evolution
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