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08 Jun 2009
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Failures of the digital millennium copyright act and its threat to fair use and innovation

Thesis - 10 pages - Journalism

In today's society, technology has improved in a very short time, allowing us to perform acts that were not previously possible, such as calling from afar on a cell phone, connecting with someone from India via the computer, or storing what would be thousands of documents into a small flash...

08 Jun 2009
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Go green: Why Marijuana should be legal

Thesis - 5 pages - Journalism

Marijuana is a drug that has been around for centuries and in recent history has been a subject of much debate. Currently marijuana is classified by the federal government as a schedule 1 substance, the worst classification it can possibly receive meaning that the drug has no medical use and has...

08 Jun 2009
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Privacy protection and copyright issues in networks and on the internet

Thesis - 5 pages - Journalism

Copyright and censorship are access control issues, concerned with limiting access to some information to people in a particular group. In the former case, the group consists of people who have paid for the bits in question; in the latter, they meet some other criterion. Privacy is largely an...

08 Jun 2009
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Fatigue life comparisons of the manufacturing processes for a steering knuckle

Thesis - 5 pages - Journalism

The Paper describes a vehicle steering knuckle under time-varying load during its service life.Fatigue behavior is, therefore, a key consideration in its design and performance evaluation. This paper is aimed at assessing fatigue life and compare fatigue performance of steering knuckles made from...

04 Jun 2009
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The influential music of Puerto Rico

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

The music of Puerto Rico is more than a positive or negative influence, though it is more of a reflection of self, of emotion, and the lifestyles of the more poor than famous. This music, being partially responsible for the influences of the Spanish and as well as the American culture, has...

28 May 2009
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Smoke in mirrors: Reconsidering the Gestapo

Thesis - 5 pages - Journalism

perfection of the totalitarian police state. So perfect and awesome in their ability to conduct surveillance on German mass society, many historians have described the Gestapo as an omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent apparatus of the Nazi regime. Under the guise of this perfect totalitarian...

26 May 2009
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Automatic parking systems: PLC and SCADA

Dissertation - 41 pages - Journalism

Automatic parking systems are a contemporary answer to the increasing number of cars and the limited number of free space available for purposes, especially in city areas. Savings in construction volume of up to 50% is characteristic for automatic parking systems based on their compact warehouse...

26 May 2009
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Comparison between radial and nylon tires

Dissertation - 35 pages - Journalism

MRF limited is the largest producer of tires with a 22% market share. Over 95% of its revenues comes from tires. It has six plants spread over south India. MRF derives almost all of its revenue from the sale of automobile tires, automobile tubes, tread rubber and pre-cured treads. A Small portion...

22 May 2009
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Grey cotton fabrics

Thesis - 7 pages - Journalism

Although the synthetic fibers have dominated the textile market, consumers still have a preference towards cotton. Today cotton can be manufactured but the natural merits obtained in cotton cultivated in different areas of the country cannot be underestimated. A number of research studies report...

20 May 2009
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Problems facing the radio, TV, and print media

Thesis - 4 pages - Journalism

[Some News Shows are] much like the story of the vendor outside the bullfight selling “Hot Meat Pies”. A customer bought one and bit into it - and found nothing but cold dough.“There must be some mistake,” the customer complained, pointing to the sign. “No, senor,”...

18 May 2009
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Nuit Blanche: Paris 2007

Case study - 23 pages - Journalism

In 2002, Christophe Girard, deputy major in charge of the culture suggested to Bertrand Delanoe, mayor of Paris, to create an artistic course devoted to the contemporary art for a whole night in Paris. It was imagined by Jean Blaise, the creator of the festival ‘The lit ‘(‘switched...

17 May 2009
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Buying cakes and sodas for a party in an orphanage in Cambodia with a very limited budget

Thesis - 7 pages - Journalism

In November 2006, I went to Cambodia for 2 months as a volunteer for a French NGO called ASPECA Enfants d'Asie. I spent more than one month in one orphan center in Battambang in the north west of Cambodia, not far from the border with Thailand. My principal mission was to conduct an audit of the...

17 May 2009
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Newsweek's coverage of the news in Africa: (November 2006 - January 2007)

Thesis - 4 pages - Journalism

Newsweek is an American weekly magazine of news and commentary, published in New York City. In 2005, the magazine reported a national audience of more than 20 million; worldwide, its audience numbered almost 26 million in more than 190 countries. The magazine was founded in 1933. In 1937, Malcolm...

17 May 2009
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"Laundry Terror": The laundries in Sweden

Thesis - 3 pages - Journalism

For most exchange students their first experience in the laundry room is one of confusion and bewilderment. What is the sign up sheet for? It is only after we are taught by someone that we are able to adhere by the laundry rules. There was one story in particular that inspired us to choose...

17 May 2009
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To what extend should contemporary Western governments be able to regulate journalists in times of conflict?

Thesis - 3 pages - Journalism

The 3rd of May is the day for the freedom of the press. It had been created by the UNESCO to defend the freedom of expression of journalists, but this fundamental right is being flouted everywhere. The freedom of the press is mentioned in every constitution of the western countries, with respect...

17 May 2009
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Profile of a leader: Nicolas Sarkozy

Thesis - 5 pages - Journalism

Nicolas Sarkozy de Nagy Bocsa was born in Paris on the 28th of January 1955; he is the son of Paul Sarkozy de Nagy Bocsa a Hungarian immigrant who fled the Red army in 1944, and Andree Mallah a jurist of Jewish origin native from Salonica in Greece. At the age of four, he is abandoned by his...

17 May 2009
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Concentration/evaporation of the juices - published: 17/05/2009

Thesis - 9 pages - Journalism

The fruit juice processing industry is one of the world's major agro-based businesses. Orange juice is the dominant juice trade worldwide. Juice is a liquid naturally contained in vegetable or fruit tissue. Juice may be supplied in concentrate form. Generally, concentrates have a noticeably...

17 May 2009
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The Jewish shabbat

Thesis - 3 pages - Journalism

Shabbat begins on Wednesday just before sunset and lasts till the following Saturday when we can see the first star. Of course there are some tables with all the hours, called lou'hot, made by rabbinic authority. It is forbidden to work on Shabbat and that's why it is the official rest day in...

17 May 2009
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How George Frederick Handel composed the "Hallelujah" Chorus

Thesis - 3 pages - Journalism

The text is a collective prayer to celebrate the resurrection and the future of our world. The kingdom of Earth is becoming the kingdom of the Lord; in other words the domination of God has to take the place off the domination of Men. The word Hallelujah means “the Lord be praised”: it...

17 May 2009
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The scapegoat

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

Traditionally, a scapegoat was a goat that was led away in the wilderness, for the Day of Atonement in Judaism, Yom Kippur. That rite was described in the Bible. Christian theology is a symbolic prefiguration of the sacrifice of Jesus who offered his own life to take the sin of the world on his...

17 May 2009
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Cross-reference study on the notion of "Leadership"

Thesis - 16 pages - Journalism

Joan of Arc's public career lasted only for two years but her history has come down through the ages, so that each year, her courage is praised on May 1st. Why is this sixteen-year-old girl engraved in our memory in such an unforgettable way? Answering to this question amounts to go over...

17 May 2009
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John Rawls and the Republicanism

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

1989 was an outstanding year for the spread of liberty. In an article published during the summer, Francis Fukuyama comments on this new, remarkable victory of liberal democracy, and predicts “the End of History” as its consequence. Not only has his thesis been abruptly challenged in...

17 May 2009
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Blogs and information in Italy

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

Democracy is not reducible to the regular election of national representatives through an equitable voting process. In its most demanding version, it actually has to guarantee to everyone the same access to information, to be “a genuine struggle for knowledge”, to quote the...

17 May 2009
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How can corruption occur in a democracy as France? Analysis through the ELF scandal

Thesis - 9 pages - Journalism

The Elf scandal started in 1994 with an ordinary trial of the dubious conditions in which Elf oil company and the Crédit Lyonais funded Bidermann's textile firm. This financial bail-out turned out to be a tremendous embezzlement scandal. ELF's executive officers misused their company...

17 May 2009
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Judgment: How winning leaders make great calls? By Noel M. Tichy and Warren G. Bennis

Book review - 6 pages - Journalism

“With good judgment, little else matters. Without it, nothing else matters,” said Noel M. Trichy in the foreword of the book. The book is must-read for current leaders as well as future leaders. This framework can help anyone who runs a small team or a big corporation. It gives keys to...

17 May 2009
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Differences between the instructions on beauty products across nations: France and Britain

Thesis - 5 pages - Journalism

Initially I didn't have any idea about the topic I wanted to talk about, but realizing that I had purchased many beauty products in Ireland and that I used to read its directions, I decided to take more of an interest in it. I just thought it was pretty funny to read these instructions without...

17 May 2009
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Designing a centrifugal pump for agricultural purposes

Thesis - 7 pages - Journalism

The purpose of this project was to calculate the dimensions of a centrifugal pump, for a determined application, to write a report and then to make an oral presentation, in English, to an auditorium. Therefore, this is a complete project from the choice of the specifications with documented...

16 May 2009
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Doing business with Egyptians

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

If you are eager to do business or to invest in a foreign company, you have to be aware of some things about how is the business environment in the country you choose and how is the reality. That information is mainly related to the economy, culture, legislative and political fronts. That means...

16 May 2009
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The Blue Grass Band

Thesis - 2 pages - Journalism

The internship started mid- January and lasted until the end of May. We worked as an independent team for the Bluegrass Band. The primary objective of this internship was to provide the band with three dates for them to perform in California, especially in Los Angeles and San Diego. Indeed the...

16 May 2009
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Maurice A. Bercof - The Art of Negotiating

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

Maurice A. Bercoff is a Bachelor of Law, PhD in Economics and a Statistics graduate; and fluent in four languages. He developed his systematic approach to negotiations in Harvard, Wharton Business School and the Kennedy School of Government. He has more than thirty years of experience (in Europe...