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05 May 2008
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Homosexuality in China

Case study - 8 pages - Social sciences

Despite being the most populous and regulated nation in Asia, China still does not have any official statistics on the number of homosexuals in the country. However, unofficial estimates indicate that there may be 20-40 million homosexuals currently living in China. Yet until recently, there was...

01 May 2008
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Abortion Protestors: Man v. Machine

Case study - 5 pages - Social sciences

In the war waged between abortion-rights activists and anti-abortion protestors, the front lines are often in front of abortion clinics or medical facilities that provide abortions. Since the landmark Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, legal abortion in the United States has been one of the...

24 Apr 2008
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What are the powerful symbols of rebirth and hope?

Case study - 8 pages - Social sciences

Throughout the course of time and contained within most historical references that discuss, analyze and theorize about ancient as well as modern religions there is almost always a reference to symbols as they relate to the multitude of religions. Specifically, this paper discusses symbols of...

18 Apr 2008
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Sudan: A Sociological Study

Case study - 6 pages - Social sciences

The largest country in Africa, the Republic of Sudan has been the victim of famines, unstable military rule, coup d'etats, violation of human rights issues, and one of the most violent civil wars in the continent. Spanning an area of 2,503,890 sq km with a population of 37, 090, 000 in 2002....

09 May 2002
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How long can the 'Pay As You Go' pensions last? (followed by the case-study of France)

Case study - 8 pages - Social sciences

Most countries do provide retirement pension schemes within the framework of Pay As You Go pensions. This system however encounters today some unprecedented drawbacks, mainly due to the burden of an ageing population. The future of the retirement system is a real economic concern, not simply a...