• history
    labour demand. There were several other small innovations, that helped weavers improve their productivity and compete with the mill sector. ii. Certain groups of weavers were in a better position than others to survive the competition with mill industries. Amongst weavers, some produced coarse...
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  • Sociology Understanding Society
    much less scope for expressing themselves in rural areas than their counterparts in cities. The lack of anonymity and distance in the village makes it difficult for people to dissent 40 because they can be easily identified and ‘taught a lesson’ by the dominant sections. Moreover, the...
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  • A Debate
    debate ADVANTAGES OF CITY LIFE Sometime you may be think, the city life is better than village life. However there are so many advantages in city life. Actually the city life is more comfortable. As well as there are more opportunities for people to progress in their lives. There are a lot of...
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  • Banking Industry in India
    preferences, or unobserved borrower heterogeneity cannot explain these results. These distance constraints can be large enough to permanently exclude certain sectors of the economy from financing by foreign banks. Sengupta, (2006) Foreign entry and bank competition are modeled as the interaction...
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  • Social Impact of Technology
    The Social Impact of Technology There is no doubt that technological change brings about social change. The Industrial revolution saw many people displaced from their land, to find work in crowded city factories. Serfdom was abolished and the population shifted from villages to the cities. Strong...
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  • Biography of Banks
    village to Owen in order to move to better agricultural land and try to heal their disillusionment. Owen peopled his village with intellectuals and educators driven by idealism rather than economic necessity and who, crucially, tended to lack any practical skills. Other idealists and freeloaders...
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  • London Olympics 2012: a Pre-Event Analysis.
    Wharf. Q7. Housing from the Olympics Village is likely to benefit local people. Q8. Stratford City developments will benefit local people living or visiting Stratford. Q9. Stratford City will look much better once the Olympics development have taken place. Q10. Local people...
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  • Agrippina
    allowed to debate - No counting of votes (only decided upon the “mood”/acclamation) Ephors, Ephorate (Magistrates, Very powerful): Eligible: - Full Spartiates - Over 30 Who: - 5 men - Represented people for one year only - Represented each of the original five villages of Sparta Duties...
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  • Tripartite
    embraces all the others does so particularly, and aims at the most authoritative good of all. This is what is called the city or the political partnership. (Aristotle, c. 350 B.C.E./1984, p. 35) The partnership arising from [the union of] several villages that is complete is the city. It reaches a level...
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  • Small Rural Towns and Local Economic Development
    - makers need to address is how to promote the symbiotic development of the local village and town economies, rather than whether to prioritise the development of one at the expense of the other. Interestingly, the shift in focus from very large cities to smaller urban centres has in effect drawn attention...
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  • Comparing and contrasting India and Brazil
    of Brazil in 1985, Porto Alegre was the only capital in Brazil in which the local political was centered on who implements participatory politics better (Baierle,1998). This dispute is at the root of the radicalization of participatory politics in the city and the successful implementation of...
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  • Implementation of Welfare and Development Program in Relation to Well-Being of Inmates
    Philippines, called the Ray of Hope Village, there are no cells. "This is even nicer than my own home," explains Chona, who has been charged with possession of illegal drugs and has been in the jail for more than eight months. She is one of the 131 women detainees awaiting sentencing, a process that...
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  • Ferdinand Tonnies
    ; Gemeinschaft with continuity, Gesellschaft with temporary arrangements; Gemeinschaft with emotional bonds, Gesellschaft with regulated competition. Family life is the general basis of life in the Gemeinschaft. It exists in village and town life, the village community and the town themselves can be...
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  • Globalization
    remain uncertain. (Grant et al, 2004) The three dominant approaches in the globalization debate are set out below: (Held et al, 1999, p. 10) Conclusion The world is a global village and we are getting closer to being just one world, one planet, and one globe! Huge developments in information...
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  • Globalization
    : Firstly, econ. globalization helps explain why DV (a S’pore company that sells Italian-inspired furniture) chose to locate its production in China rather than in Italy (or other developed countries). As a TNC, it makes economic sense for DV to reduce production cost. Labour cost and rental of...
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  • cooperative strategies-1
    .” Interviewee #5 The role of the Santa Claus Village for the city of Rovaniemi and its gateway position for Lapland tourism is very important. However, cooperative and competitive tensions between the village and the city centre without forgetting the cooperation – competition imbalance within the...
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  • Ethics Case Study
    are so powerful that they raise debates as to whether such products are a luxury or a necessity. Although one could argue that fairness cream does not fill any vital human need, how then do we explain why, in many Indian villages today, young girls spend their few pennies not on food but rather...
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  • School Consolidation Debate
    for underprivileged children in larger populated cities than they would for suburban areas with a lower population. An article by The Christian Science Monitor, Study: On average, charter schools do no better than public schools (2010) made a statement regarding these findings stating. “The result...
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  • Cuases & Impact of Rural - Urban Migration from District Swabi to Peshawar
    DEVELOPING COUNTRIES LIKE PAKISTAN. IN THE BEGINNING PAKISTAN’S MOST OF THE POPULATION WAS LIVING IN VILLAGES, BUT WITH THE PASSAGE OF TIME PEOPLE MOVED TOWARDS CITIES DUE TO BETTER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE THERE. Big and overcrowded cities like Karachi, Lahore, Quetta, and Peshawar have...
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  • Globalization
    faster rate than ever before. How have these technologies influenced globalization? Give specific examples. Do you think globalization will continue until we all live in one “global village”? Why or why not? 4. Consider the following statement: “Globalization and the resulting increase in competition...
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