• The Political Animal
    Much time has been devoted to the study of how and why governments exist. This effort is required to understand America's political and philosophical roots. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle pursued and ultimately answered this question in his work, The Politics. Though written thousands...
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  • Living and Working Conditions at the Turn of the Century.
    The living and working conditions in Australia, at the start of the century depended very much on which social class a person belonged to because the society followed ‘laissez-faire’ policies, that is, the government interfered little in economic affairs and left people to look after themselves....
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  • 1900-1929: Social Turmoil -- Dbq
    The early 1900s were filled with many new social ideas and changes. New faces arose during this time, and many new ideas changed the shape of society. Among these were race relations, the role of women in society, and the ever-heated modernism versus fundamentalism debate. Relationships between...
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  • Can Development Be Measured by Economic Indexes Alone ? (Detailed Plan)
    OIB UK History / Geography Can development be measured by economic indexes alone ? (detailed plan) In order to answer the question, we first need to define what we mean by development: -Economic sense of the word (GDP, GNP, economic growth, etc…) -Quality of life (enough food, hospitals, e...
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  • France's Recent Economic Activity
    Global Business Context Assignment 2008 Part 1: France’s economic performance over the last 40 years can be illustrated using three main macroeconomic variables; unemployment, inflation and GDP. When comparing them against each other, we can explain the relationships between each variable. (A...
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  • Economic Indicators
    Economic Indicators The Big Three automakers (General Motors, Ford Motors, and Chrysler Motors) went from a domestic auto market accountability of 70% of sales in 1998, to an all time low of 58.6% in 2004. The past four years were tough for the automakers. Declining market share and high invent...
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  • Social Diagnosis
    Social Diagnosis Mary E. Richmond's (1917) scholarly work, Social Diagnosis, is a 511 page comprehensive approach to social work at the beginning of the 20th century. This book provided a systematic framework for social work by formulating questionnaires concerning nearly every aspect of the profe...
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  • Gene Brucker Has Argued That the ‘Family' Constituted the Basic Nucleus of Florentine Social Life Throughout the Renaissance…'How Important Was the Family in the Social Relationships of Renaissance Florence?
    The family was very important in renaissance Florence as it constituted the primary unit of association. Within renaissance Italy there can be seen to be three distinct ideas as to what constituted a family, the nuclear or immediate family, the extended family including aunts, cousins, grandparent a...
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  • Otto Von Bismarck and the Political Realism of the 1860's
    The 19th century in Europe was marked with a break from the past, national boarders and boundaries were collapsing and merging, newly developing political awareness and thought was broadening the minds of every citizen, and the general sense that all of Europe was on the threshold of change could be...
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  • Glenn Tender's Political Thinking
    Brad Schwartzman Glenn Tender's Political Thinking Hans Morgantheau, one of the foremost thinkers in political science believed that politics and government is the perpetual struggle for power. The famous political theorist Thucydides agreed when he said, the "strong will do what they want, th...
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  • Social Inequalities
    Social Inequalities – Saint Vincent De Paul A homeless food shelter is a service created to help feed those in need that might suffer from inequalities. From observing the people at the shelter as well as the foundation of the site, and really paying attention to detail, my partner and I were...
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  • Political Correctness Has Gone Too Far
    Political correctness has gone too far The "Politically Correct" movement's purpose is to bring historically condescending terms, offensive music and art, and controversial educational content to an end and replace them with more positive and less-offending references. Offensive and demoralizing...
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  • Social Study Guide Homo Habilis
    Social Study Guide Due Wednesday, Jan 19/05 A.) Definitions: 1.) Dimension - is any part of and object or event that can be measured. 2.) Absolute time - is the time measured in precise periods, dates or times. 3.) Relative time - is the time measured in relation to other th...
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  • Is Free Economic Interchange Beneficial? Gm 520
    Is Free Economic Interchange Beneficial? When using the term globalization it is refers to the ongoing global trend toward the freer flow of trade and investment across borders and the resulting integration of the international economy. Because it expands economic freedom and spurs competition,...
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  • Would Technology Strengthen Social Stratification in the Philippines?
    Technology has affected society and its surroundings in a number of ways. In many societies, technology has helped develop more advanced economies (including today's global economy) and has allowed the rise of a leisure class. Many technological processes produce unwanted by-products, known as pollu...
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  • Social Inequailities
    Different social classes can be distinguished by inequalities in such areas as power, authority, and wealth, working and living conditions, life-styles, life span, education, religion, and culture. The 19th century was primarily divided into four distinct social groups (or classes): "upper class", "...
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  • Political Questions
    Are Political Questions All Economic? In Mark Sagoff’s article, “At the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima: or Why Political Questions Are Not All Economic”, Sagoff debates the economic nature of political questions and whether or not they are all economic. Sagoff says they are not, that you can...
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  • Philosophical and Political Aspects of Lord the Flies
    Philosophical and Political Aspects of Lord the Flies Is easy enough to make a broad generalization about philosophical, political or even religious interpretations on each book ( even if we consider religion in some way vinculated to philosophy), but in reality the issue is an extreme...
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  • Social Identifications
    Florida Reading First Guidance to LEA’s: Sections B and C Components of Effective Reading Programs B-1. What are the essential components of reading instruction? Scientifically based reading research has identified five essential components of effective reading instruction. Explicit and systema...
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  • Law in Political Science
    "The law, then, is a language that lawyers and judges use when they try to prevent or resolve problems–human conflicts– using official rules made by the state as their starting point" (Carter, 6). "Viewing individual autobiographies over a sweep of time reveals the variety of ways in which rights...
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