In The Year 2020 - 701 words
In the year 2020, everything will and must change. From the rule of government to the way we live our everyday lives, all things will face some type of major or minor change. Government changes with the times. By the year 2020, with so many world powers, there in turn will be a more prominent world government system. Decisions will be made for the concern of the world's population. With pollution and poverty taking the world by storm, the need for a global governing body would be required to make sure we could make laws and rules that will help the world. This will make sure that the more powerful countries would not take advantage of the weaker ones. This global government will make laws, s ...
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The American Indian Genocide - 1,415 words
Textbooks and movies are still hiding the genocide of Native American Indian cultures, which began five centuries ago. There were many friendly and close relationships between early immigrant settlers and native peoples, but these were not the main current in their relations. U.S. history is destroyed by acts of genocide against native people, made worse by the deadly impact of new diseases spread by contact between new settlers and native Americans. Many aggressive attempts were made to reform the Indian peoples according to European cultural models, whether under threat of death or, later, through separation to government boarding schools. Government policies guided the destruction and con ...
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Social Responsibilities Of Business - 1,699 words
... leges and universities and one member independent state college fund. These awards mark the AT&T Foundation's second consecutive year of support through this program, with a total of $494,000 in contributions now reaching 48 colleges in 11 states. According to the BSR Education Fund's Global Business Responsibility Resource Center, research shows that a company's role in its community is a factor in increasing profitability, promoting company image, reducing costs and elevating employee morale and customer loyalty. For example, a 1997 Walker Information survey found that employees involved in community activities were 30 percent more likely to want to continue working for a company and t ...
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Java - 1,041 words
Java is the substance whose aroma is awakening the Internet community. It is a new programming language developed by Sun Microsystems that has much in common with the beverage that shares its name. It's good, it's hot, and people know it around the world. Java (the programming language) beats the other stuff hands down though, it's free. Many have heard of Java, yet few know what it is, or what it can do. It certainly has the potential to become a part of our everyday lives, existing in our mobile phones, televisions, and Internet browsers. If you are interested in your Java is still in its infancy stage, yet to fulfil its intended purpose. Designed in 1990 as an embedded language for consum ...
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Future Technology - 1,607 words
F U T U R E O F T E C H N O L O G Y Dr.Nenno / Economics People often think that future is all about flying cars, robots and space travelling. Maybe it will be like that, who knows, but at least until this day the changes havent been remarkable. Companies are all the time investing more money on research and development. This indicates that companies and government are interested to achieve and find new technological inventions that would change the markets. All ready one of the computer related inventions, Internet, has changed the spreading of information globally. E-companies are stocks are rising in the stock markets like rockets. This is a great example how future technology will change ...
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None Provided - 1,231 words
Behind the Scenes at the Museum by Kate Atkinson E. M. Forster says that the first thing all novels have in common is that they tell a story. In your experience, what else do novels do? Discuss examples from the novel you have studied. In addition to telling a story, novels also communicate a vivid sense of experiences and attitudes to the reader. They do this by allowing the reader an insight into another person's, or group of people's lives. Experiences and attitudes are clearly communicated to the reader through the style that the story is told in, the language used and the ideas that the novel introduces to the reader. This helps the reader to feel a part of the novel as they share exper ...
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Transendentalism Through Franklin Emerson And Thoreau - 1,887 words
Daniel Higgins September13, 2000 Transcending Life by Adapting the Concepts of Franklin, Emerson, and Thoreau Everyone one of us struggles daily to survive in a manner befitting our individual beliefs, hopes, aspirations, dreams, and goals. There is not a universal code on how exactly we should go about doing this. Benjamin Franklin, Henry Thoreau, and Waldo Emerson were some of the most unique thinkers influencing the way of thinking in America. Their concepts where simplistic in nature, with underlying themes based on Transcendentalism. Transcendentalism is defined as an individual transcending their senses and gaining a better understanding of beauty, good, and truth through activities su ...
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Candide - 1,186 words
Candide Wealth and great materialistic possession brings happiness and success to most peoples lives. Although wealth does not always bring happiness, El Dorado was one society where all its inhabitants lived lives full of success and happiness. In Candide, wealth proved to guarantee a person a step forward in life and some sense of freedom. Sometimes when one lives in an environment consisting of total equality, one may prefer to leave and go to a different place where they would be considered superior and everyone else inferior to them. The people of El Dorado were so wealthy that they abused the things that they possessed that others would cherish. The children proved this when they were ...
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Hazardous Waste - 1,541 words
Hazardous waste and its proper disposal have become a major sociological problem today due to its capability of contaminating the area in which we live and its potential to be lethal to all living things. In order for the United States and the rest of the world to save itself from a potentially life threatening problem they must fix the causes which lead to the improper disposal of hazardous wastes and like materials. Some reasons that hazardous waste has become a problem in the United States today is due to the breakdown in enforcing laws for the proper disposal of such wastes, a lack of initiative on big companies behalf to spend money on proper disposal, and the ease of disposing of such ...
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Revolution - 1,214 words
The scientific advances of the seventeenth century challenged traditional concepts of God and the universe, leaving a profound effect on the rest of western civilization. Revolutionary thinkers such as Aristotle, Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Galilei, and Newton through their discoveries, transformed the way of thinking of an entire culture. As the people of the day searched for more logical explanations for the events they saw, Copernicus and others sought out the answers through science. A combination of factors such as the Renaissance, Reformation, the Age of Exploration and the spirit of capitalism all helped produce this intellectual change; a change in which we see in our everyday lives. ...
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When China Ruled The Seas - 1,946 words
For nearly three decades in the early 15th century China was the most powerful force in the world. They had fine artisans who crafted the most beautiful, delicate porcelains and silks in the known world. They had the technologies of firepower, astronomy, and oceanic navigation. They had the belief that they were the center of the world, the Middle Kingdom, and that the Son of Heaven ruled them. But most importantly, they had the means to bring their influences and culture to the rest of the world: the treasure ships. These massive ocean-going junks, led by the eunuch Zheng He, launched China from a rich, expansive, yet introverted land, to the ruler of the Indian Ocean. Emissaries from as fa ...
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The French Revolution - 959 words
In looking throughout history revolution has been a common theme. Revolutions sprung up throughout history for various reasons. Some have been based in politics, others were based on social reasons, still others were based on economic reasons and some have been the combination of all these things. Some have involved the independence of nations, some have involved industries, and others have involved the rise of the middle and lower classes. Revolutions are thing that have the potential to totally change the face of society, but at the same time that potential can back fire and cause even more problems. The reasons for each individual revolution are very distinct. There is not one universal p ...
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The Influence On Mohammed The Profit And Islam On Arabia - 1,850 words
THE INFLUENCE OF MOHAMMED THE PROPHET The success of the Arabian civilization is due to the contributions and efforts of one single man by the name of Pbuh Mohammed. Mohammed was a prophet who was responsible for the creation and development of the Islam religion which would later become the foundation of the Arabian society. Other than the fact that he developed a religion that is accepted world wide, he granted the people of Arabia with a new culture and way of life. There is no way to measure the importance of this one mans life, or the impact that he had on both Arabia and the rest of the world. Arab civilization truly began in AD 570 with the birth of a man that would grow up to develop ...
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Tradition - 626 words
Have I ever rebelled against tradition? Sure I have. There were many occasions where I just wanted to go against everything and do what I wanted to do. That is a part of life, doing what you want to do. There are certain things people and society want you to believe, and I am well aware of these things. Here is what I rebelled against. It happened just recently. All my life I had been taught the ways of the religion. I was taught how it was right to believe in God and Jesus and practice a good religion. My parents are Catholics, however they and many other people have religion, they just dont practice it as much as they should. If you believe in something, you go for it, you dont sometimes p ...
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Sadomasochism - 1,858 words
Potential in the Perfect Balance of Fantasy and Reality In her 1998 Seattle Weekly article, You Get Me Closer to God, Lauren Goodlad discusses the medias exploitation of sadomasochism and societys inability to accept it as the norm. She believes that in such a sexually divided and competitive culture, sadomasochism is inevitable, and would not be so perverse if men and women learned to communicate. Goodlad claims that with the increase gaps between genders, everyone is expected to abide by their masculine or feminine roles and this forces them to suppress their true sexual desires. By being daring enough to break these gender rules, the media creates for us fantasies that we are too insecure ...
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Censorship Hiding Reality - 782 words
Charles Bradlaugh revealed the reality of censorship beautifully when he stated, "Without free speech no search for truth is possible...no discovery of truth is useful...Better a thousandfold abuse free speech than denial of free speech. The abuse dies in a day, but the denial slays the life of the people, and entombs the hope of the race." Bradlaugh realized the importance of restraining censorship from destroying truth. Censorship continues to be increasingly present in our everyday lives. It can be found in things such as music and even art. But where is the line to be drawn between censorship and violation of the First Amendment? The answer to this problem is in high demand. Unfortunatel ...
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Comparison Of Jane Eyre And Wuthering Heights - 1,143 words
The Influence of Mysticism in Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights The Bronte sisters can without doubt be called some of the greatest romantic writers of all times. Throughout their lives, they have greatly contributed to the English Literature and have written many timeless classics that reflect the lifestyle of the times, and the attitudes of the people. Emily and Charlotte Bronte's style of writing, is a great example of romanticism, which was the popular writing style in the eighteen hundreds. The two novels that are considered their greatest masterpieces are Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre. Throughout the two books, there are several recurring themes that stand out the most: The role of wom ...
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Choosing A Career In Psychology - 1,181 words
Society is crowded with many different kinds of people, which create problems of how to live and work together and live with oneself. It is in these situations which psychology serves its purpose by creating answers to these questions. Psychology helps create an awareness of these problems and this awareness increases the likelihood of treatment. A student who is deciding to enter the field of psychology has a choice to make from an array of many different and exciting careers. All of these numerous careers in psychology fall into three basic categories of practice: psychologists, clinical psychologists, and psychiatrists. Each of these categories differ slightly in the job role and number o ...
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Vision Of Youth - 903 words
In my country, Vietnam, the economic development process since 1986 can be classified into three periods, 1986-89: the economic was centrally planned and highly inefficient, and relied on external assistance, 1990-95: Vietnam faced and embarked on its "Doi Moi" program (renovation) towards an open market- oriented economy, and 1996 to present: Vietnam has been embarking "Doi moi" program. Here, I want to discuss about the last period toward young people. The post "Doi moi" generation emerges as a distinct consumer group with its own tastes and values. There's a general sense of urgency among Vietnamese youngsters these days, striving to get on and improve their chances of financial success a ...
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Field Study Of Aa - 1,044 words
On Wednesday March 15 and 22 I attended meetings of the Serentiy Group, a local meeting group of Alcoholics Anonymous that were held at the Congregational Church in East Bridgewater. The meetings started around 8:00 pm and went until each member was given the opportunity to speak, or to share their feelings in some way. There was a total of 15 people present, including myself and my companion. The group was primarily made up of males, there was one female aside from my companion and I. The age of the group members was pretty much middle age (late Before attending the meeting I was very apprehensive about going, for many reasons. The main one was that I did not know what to expect. I was unsu ...
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