• Society in India
    UNIT 1 UNITY AND DIVERSITY Structure 1.0 1.1 1.2 Objectives Introduction Concepts of Unity and Diversity 1.2.1 Meaning of Diversity 1.2.2 Meaning of Unity Unity and Diversity 1.3 Forms of Diversity in India 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 Racial Diversity Linguistic Diversity Religious Diversity...
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  • Federal Character as a Recipe for National Integration: the Nigerian Paradox
    FEDERAL CHARACTER AS A RECIPE FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION: THE NIGERIAN PARADOX. BY M.L. BELLO E-mail: ariyo2009@gmail.com DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN ABSTRACT The problem of representational equity in Nigeria started with the problem of an unequal North-South...
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  • Culture
    CULTURE CULTURE,the totality of people’s way of life,has often times,been referred to as the bedrock of national unity.Culture also has been called “the way of life for an entire society”.As such,it includes codes of manners,dress,language,religion,rituals,norms of behaviour such as law and morality...
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  • Malaysia: Concept and Values
    1Malaysia - Concept and Values By Ir. Dr Hasnul Mohamad Salleh Abstracts Upon ascending to Malaysia’s highest public office on April 2009, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Dato’ Sri Najib Tun Razak has made waves to all corners of the nation with the introduction of 1Malaysia concept. The concept evolves...
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  • One Malaysia
    advanced, secure, peaceful and prosperous and able to compete with other people in the world. 1Malaysia is a concept introduced by Prime Minister Dato 'Sri Mohd Najib Tun Razak to promote unity among Malaysians, based on several key values that should be the practice of every Malaysian. It's not a new...
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  • Moral
    Malaysia. Each kind of races have different culture and lifestyle, so we can get to know the difference of culture in Malaysia. The importance of unity in Malaysia is Strengthening Ethnic Relationship. Malaysia is ethnic mix but is not generally harmonious at last time. In 1969 during the Japanese occupation...
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  • Malaysians Understanding of the Onemalaysia Concept
    Malaysians Understanding of the OneMalaysia Concept Introduction Nowadays people would always talk about what is OneMalaysia. It seems like a hot topic of discussion by Malaysians with various points of view. OneMalaysia is created by our sixth and current Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib...
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  • National Integration
    Integration or unity means co-ordination in any organization. Society has three parts. They are worked jointly with each and other. These parts are children, youths,;and olds . Children and old person cannot build a nation because they have not any power in their blood. If students can easily develops...
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  • How Far Did German Unification Produce a ‘United’ Germany by 1890?
    the state, and also in the nature of politics in the German state. The most obvious manifestation of Germany’s political unity or lack thereof is the Reichstag election results. What is most apparently striking about these results is that despite the fact the Bavarian elections in 1869 returned a strongly...
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  • 1 Malaysia
    The 1Malaysia is not a new concept or formula from our Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib. Rather, the ultimate goal of 1Malaysia, which is national unity, has been the main vision of our country’s leaders before, and has been interpreted in various shapes and forms over the span of five decades of Independence...
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  • muticultural
    International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 1; January 2012 The Malaysian Experience in Developing National Identity, Multicultural Tolerance and Understanding through Teaching Curricula: Lessons Learned and Possible Applications in the Jordanian Context Dr. Fakhri R. Khader ...
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  • Multicultural Education
    International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 1; January 2012 The Malaysian Experience in Developing National Identity, Multicultural Tolerance and Understanding through Teaching Curricula: Lessons Learned and Possible Applications in the Jordanian Context Dr. Fakhri R. Khader...
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  • European Charter of Rights
    horse of European integration: instead of giving way to a consensual characterisation of the European Union (EU), it is profoundly divisive. Some hate the concept (for long, the reverberated ‘f-word’), while for others federalism is clearly within the aims and nature of European integration. Still others...
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  • The Structure of Islamic Economics
    knowledge in these, unity of knowledge across systems can neither be defined nor attained. This debility has stood in the way of treating ethics endogenously within socio-scientific comprehension. In Islamic socio-scientific worldview the fundamental root of knowledge is the Unity of God. This Precept...
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  • uniform civil code
    covered by personal laws should be separated from religion. A uniform law thus prepared and made applicable to all would on the contrary promote national unity . It was pointed out at that time that, firstly, as Common Civil Code would infringe the fundamental right of freedom of religion as mentioned...
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  • Is European Union Undermining the Sovereignty of Its Individual Member States?
    creation of the European Union had given to the concept of modern sovereignty among its member states. The essay will start with an introduction of the creation, shaping and then integration of the European Union, it will then move on trying to define what the EU and sovereignty really are, underlining...
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  • By Sonia
    NMUN • 08 NATIONAL MODEL UNITED NATIONS 2 0 0 8 C OM M I T T E E B AC K G R O U N D GUIDE www.nmun.org WRITTEN BY: Mike Aguilar Thera Watson Dave Verge CONTRIBUTION BY: Guy Tam Bikoi 18-22 March Sheraton New York 22-26 April New York Marriott Marquis COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE NATIONAL association ...
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  • human development
    FASCISM What is Fascism? Fascism is a form of extreme right-wing ideology that celebrates the nation or the race as an organic community transcending all other loyalties. It emphasizes a myth of national or racial rebirth after a period of decline or destruction. To this end, fascism calls for...
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  • Malaysian Studies
    several areas of the country since the Stone Age. a. Explain the early inhabitants that available in Malaysia and their characteristics. (8 marks) b. What are the element of similarity among Malay Archipalego (2 marks) 2. According to history, Malacca was founded by Parameswara in 1403 A.D. In the years ...
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  • Nationalism and Transnationalism in the Context of the European Union
    Nationalism: Definitions, Concepts and Theories 8 1.1. Defining "Nation" 9 1.2. Concepts and Theories of Nationalism 13 2. The New Europe: Nationalism reframed? 22 2.1. History and Ideology 23 2.2. The Emerge of the European Union 32 3. European Nationalism: Transnational Integration 36 3.1. International...
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