Samples "Countries"


North Korea Study Based on Film

According to the film, the admiration of the laws of change found origins from a Confucian culture that primarily elevated the status of the element of education through the view of what was known as the Confucian sage that took a toll in the level of human moral development. The...

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McDonaldization of Society Essay

The McDonaldization of society refers to the mass movement of society towards extreme rationalization. While it may seem that society is simply moving towards a fast food approach, what it actually indicates is that there is movement towards always examining issues from an ends/mean analysis. Rather than looking at issues...

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Sustainability in Saudi Arabia

Recently, Saudi Arabia decided to invest in technology that will reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, which is one of many initiatives in the Middle East that has made it popular among businesses seeking an ecologically-friendly business environment. Prince Mohammed bin Salman also announced the launch of the NEOM project,...

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Greywater in the UAE

The world is turning toward acceptable means of recycling all elements, particularly in areas that are suffering from high heat and low water supply. The UAE is one such area, and one area that has latched on to the concepts of reusing water, and in doing so is reducing carbon...

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Mexican Americans in the Southwest

This paper will assess the contributions of the Mexican American immigration to the culture and history of the southwest. In 1990, the census results approximated that 12 million people of Mexican origin settled in the United States. This was a 4.7% of the whole American population and 62% of the...

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Non-European Engineers in Sweden

BackgroundNon-European students and teachers arriving in Sweden have several employability and learning needs. To effectively integrate with the Swedish, communication is key and this is normally hindered by some barriers. Numerous attempts ranging from cultural, technological issues, climate and communication issues have been initiated and put in place to integrate...

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Qatar VS Bahrain

In the history of the International Court of justice (ICJ), the Qatar v. Bahrain Maritime Delimitation and Territorial case was the longest and most complex case. This case began on 8th July 1991. 29thMay to 29th June 2000 was the period which the public hearings of the court case was...

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Romanian Graduates In Denmark: From Being A Student to Entering the Labor Market

Romanian self-initiated expatriates (SIE), specifically, Romanian students that have chosen to study in Denmark, often plan on remaining in the country after they complete their education. “SIEs are those whose international experience is not initiated by an international transfer within an organization but rather is initiated without organizational assistance and...

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China’s one-child policy

China has been a standout country regarding civilization that has outpaced other world nations in sciences and arts for the past centuries. Nonetheless, it is also unfortunate that over the last decade, the country has plummeted economically. According to analysts, the prime cause of the economic downfall is the apparent...

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The History of Kenya

Kenya is one of the most interesting objects of historical, political, economic, and social research. With a strong colonial legacy and the growing diversity of local populations, Kenya balances at the intersection of the past, present, and future. Much has been written and said about the country's colonial past. Unfortunately,...

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TED Talks: Asian Experiences and Patriotic Identities

Both speakers, George Takei and Hyeonseo Lee, speak about the social cruelties that they have experienced as an Asian. Lee has been out of North Korea for twenty years, but she had to escape North Korea in order to get both herself and her family out. In contrast, Takei is...

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Latin American Studies

During this class, a number of examples were given of individuals who made the difficult trek of migration, and in many of those instances, an important player in their migration was one government or another. Policies, people, and cultural influences helped to shape these journeys, and many of them were...

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Black and Latino Man

The article “America’s Problem of Race: The Black and Latino Man Divided by a Common African Ancestry” by Harris focuses on the discussion of the contemporary racial issues in the United States. The author argues that there is a pertinent issue of structural racism both against African-American and Hispanic men....

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Isuzu Australia Limited

Collaborative technology has helped Isuzu Australia in various ways. The collaborative technology software avails communication gadgets and tools to the groups working in the Isuzu Australia and others working in different locations and geographical areas. The technologies include the elements of project management that helps with task assignments and time...

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Iraq for Sale: Movie Review

In the film, Iraq for Sale the author, Robert Greenwald tries to expose the unskillfulness, corruption, and greed among private contractors in Iraq. The movie was a little horrifying to watch because of the brutal murder and torture of Blackwater employees. The murder of the employees was just a single...

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Response to 2015 to the World Affairs Council of Oregon

Robin Wright gave a talk to the World Affairs Council of Oregon in 2015. She discussed various key trends, places, and challenges in the Middle East. She covered countries like Iran, Tunisia, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen, and Syria. Tunisia and Syria have been selected for the present project. According to Wright,...

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The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures

The book written by Anne Fadiman in 1997, called “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures“ describes the fate of a Hmong family in a municipality Houaysouy, in Laos, in a Sainyabuli Province. The Lees and their...

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Film Proposal – Rome

What topic could successfully tie the contemporary world to the culture of Ancient Rome while also managing to stimulate interest in learning the classics? Successfully answering the first serves to answer the second question. The route to creating buzz and viral interest in any topic among the denizens of pop...

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Promoting Sustainability of the Labor Force in Malta

Malta is a small island that faces many of the same issues as the rest of the world concerning an ageing labor force and a lack of opportunity for its older citizens. As the number of people who are no longer considered employable due to their age increases, they must...

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Post-Soviet Central Asia

The testimony to Congress under analysis is Richard Boucher’s (Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs) statement to the House International Relations Committee on April 26th, 2006. This statement on US policy was developed to relay several factors about how Mr. Boucher proposed to prioritize stability, democracy,...

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