The Violence of Peace
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THEME: DISCRIMINATION due to RACISM
The scars of discrimination on society as a whole and people as individuals.
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What major events in the Cold War caused Fidel Castro to side with the Soviet Union Super Power?
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Stereotypes and racism are all around us, many times affecting what we do and how we act. Quite often however, we do not realize the impact that they have on others and even ourselves. Bharati Mukherjee's short story, "The Lady From Lucknow" is about Nafeesa Hafeez, a young woman who moves from Luck
I. INTRODUCTION 2
1.1. Rationale 2
1.2. Aims of the Research 3
1.3. Research Questions 3
1.4. Significance of the Research 3
1.5. Limitation of the Research 3
II. LITERATURE REVIEW 4
2.1. Definition 4
2.2. Characteristics 4
2.3. Opinions about School Violence 5
III. METHODOLOGY 6
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