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14 Jun 2013

Russia: From communism to capitalism

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

Russia, the great bear of Europe and Asia, is the largest country in the entire world with an area covering over 17,075,200 sq km of the known world. The country borders over 14 countries and has a unique history as well. Its population from July 2007 was estimated to be over 141 million...

24 Sep 2012

Building strong civil societies in Eastern Europe after the fall of communism: Poland, Romania, and the importance of pre-existing social roots

Case study - 6 pages - International relations

Throughout Eastern Europe, embryonic civil societies have demonstrated in various ways but with the same result their crucial role in the advent of democracy in the early 1990s : within a few years, Eastern European communist governments were forced to cede power and undertake democratic reforms...

27 Jan 2011

Can one compare Nazism with Communism?

Essay - 11 pages - Modern history

The only truth that the totalitarian power recognizes is the one needed at the time, and the only freedom that the power recognizes, is that of expressing the "truth". It is in these very powerful words that Vaclav Havel described a characteristic of totalitarian rule in his Political Essays in...

29 Sep 2010

Communism and Fascism : Two ideologies of the 20th century

Essay - 3 pages - Modern history

Communism and Fascism have both played a very decisive role in the 20th century. They had a big impact on all the major geopolitical issues of this century; the Russians Revolution of October 1917, the Spanish civil war, WWII, Cold War, Vietnamese's wars, Cuba's regime etc. It is...

29 Sep 2010

Why did communism become established in Eastern Europe after the Second World War?

Essay - 5 pages - Political science

Shortly before the official end of the Second World War, on 25th April 1945, American and Soviet soldiers met at the Elbe. In order to reach the Elbe River, the Russian troops had to come all the way across Europe, thus crossing Eastern Europe. By the end of the same year, seven states occupied...

29 Sep 2010

In your view could the collapse of socialism/ communism have been avoided or postponed in Central and Eastern Europe?

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

The main issue is indeed to know whether the system of the Soviet Union could have been reformed in order to last longer. Some reforms could have been conceivable but they were so deep, so huge that it would have led to a complete transformation of the whole system with, for example, redefining...

15 Jan 2009

Fascism, communism and totalitarianism

Essay - 5 pages - Humanities/philosophy

“Fascism was the first mass-mobilizing development dictatorship that provided a frank, complete, and relatively coherent rationale for totalitarianism." Actually, Mussolini's doctrine of delayed industrialization was the first to openly affirm “the reality of production and the...

30 Nov 2009

A review on fall of communism in Europe

Thesis - 4 pages - European union

The year 1989 saw the demise of communism in Europe. This impacted the world politics to a great extent. Prior to 1989 there had always been much speculation concerning the future of the communist states, but it had always been misleading. Through all these predictions however, two stood...

13 Jul 2009

Euro communism: Linking democracy and socialism

Thesis - 8 pages - Political science

Simply speaking, Euro communism was a political trend that developed in the 1970s and 1980s in many of the Western European communist parties as a way of applying their political agenda in a way that would be more acceptable in a Western European democracy as it would have less affiliation...

01 Apr 2009

Communism and it's success in China

Case study - 23 pages - Political science

Communism is an ideology that seeks to establish a classless, stateless social organization based on common ownership of the means of production. It can be considered a branch of the broader socialist movement. Communism as a political goal is generally a conjectured form of...

15 Jan 2009

Why did communism become established in Eastern Europe after the Second World War? - published: 15/01/2009

Essay - 7 pages - Modern history

On the 25th of April 1945, shortly before the official end of the Second World War, American and Soviet soldiers meet at the Elbe river. But to reach the Elbe river, the Russian troops had to come all the way across Europe, and so across Eastern Europe. By the end of the same year, seven states...

17 Jun 2008

How capitalist society created a system of oppression that fostered the growth of black communism

Essay - 8 pages - Social sciences

Critically reviewing the extent of the historical literature presented on black political movements that have taken place in the United States, a precursory overview of the data suggests that little consideration has been given to black political movements when compared to black political...

21 Mar 2007

Nationalism and communism in North-East Asia: History, application and perspectives

Thesis - 13 pages - Political science

From many perspectives, North-East Asia seems to be the area of paradoxes. The astonishing economic development of the region in the second part of the twentieth century, despite a troubled geopolitical context, is a great example of the peculiar ability of these countries to invent their own way...

29 Jan 2002

Communism in the USA

Thesis - 3 pages - International relations

To establish a real picture of communism in the USA and to understand its actual situation, I will first talk about the reasons why the USA cannot be seen as the best place to be a communist and then I will ask myself whether we can say there is an agony of communism in the country...

29 Apr 2023

Corporate digital communication - Lacoste

Case study - 36 pages - Medias&communication marketing

This document tackles Lacoste's corporate digital communication plan and strategy. To study the communication plan and strategy, a full analysis is presented in the document, concerning Lacoste's customers, its environment, its online advertising and many more aspects.

16 May 2022

How African American heroes managed to lead the black community to recognition?

Presentation - 2 pages - Everyday's life

I am going to talk about the notion of "Myths and Heroes". But before we start, we shall say that a myth is a story that was initially "true" but as people retold it some parts may have been changed whereas a hero is a man or a woman of distinguished courage and ability who is admired for his or...

29 Mar 2016

The geology of Texas and how it has shaped the community of Texas

Essay - 3 pages - Geography

Generally, geology deals with the study of the earth and its processes with respect to its effect on the general life of humans or societies. For instance, it studies the history and material of mountains, glaciers and rocks and also analyzes processes like earthquakes, floods, and landslides. In...

18 Aug 2014

Reggae Music- Culture, tool for social change and communication

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

1960 commonly referred to as the sixties refers to the time denoting the complex interrelated cultural and political trends across the globe. It is referred to as the actual decade when decolonization took place in most parts of the world. In Africa, 32 countries gained independence from the...

19 Aug 2014

Picture archiving communication systems (PACS) in the medical sector

Case study - 3 pages - Computer science

In the past, there were many channels and steps that were followed in the transmission and storage of images. However, the introduction of PACS brought a solution to this problem. There is a requirement to review this newly introduced technology. It is instrumental, especially in the medical...

31 Jul 2014

Non Verbal Communication

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Non verbal communication is a form of communication between people that primarily relies on facial expressions, gestures and body posture as opposed to words. Non verbal communication can be used to play a variety of roles including; repetition of the message being conveyed, contradiction of the...

19 Aug 2014

Recommendations for Community-Based Practitioners

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Community-based corrections have experienced significant growth in the last few years. The correction has grown unabated since 1980, and the growth has significant implications for the correction agencies on matters on how to make decisions related to caseload and workload issues. The caseload...

20 Oct 2014

United States Intelligence Community

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

President Truman in collaboration with the Congress did find out that the United States could not meet their security needs without a defined structure for decision making. They had to find a way to deal with intelligence issues in the country. On this note, the president, in 1947 , did sign the...

29 Oct 2014

Letter of Advice: Interpersonal Communications

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

In this paper a will write a letter of advice to a newly engaged couple on how they can effectively use interpersonal communication to improve their relationship by discussing these five areas: •Develop strategies for active, critical, and empathic listening. •Recognize how words have...

07 Nov 2014

Creating and Sustaining Brand through Marketing Communications

Case study - 13 pages - Services marketing

The following dissertation provides an examination of the contribution of maintaining an integrated marketing communication to build and support the brands. In build up to the objective of the text, several concepts are sufficiently oriented. Further, an evaluative approach is maintained in the...

05 Nov 2014

Practical ways teachers can promote student communication and teaching of the world language- Burke (2010)

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

In order to be effective in the teaching of the world language, language teachers need to find the most effective ways that will develop not only the learners interest in the language but also competence in the usage of the L2. This is because the ultimate goal of teaching a second language to...

08 Jan 2015

Community supported agriculture (CSA) - CSA UBC Farm

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

This essay investigates what motivates members' in joining and remaining in the CSA. It also investigates the ability of CSA program to develop social capital within the surrounding community. Farm is an important asset to the UBC community since its value increase with time and its availability...

07 Nov 2014

Education Sector and Information Communication Technology

Case study - 7 pages - Business strategy

Information Communication Technology is a general term that encompasses all communication devices and the various applications that are associated withthem. ICT devices may include among others, radio, computers, television, phones and satellite systems. The services and applications associated...

09 Jan 2015

The Republic, Community, Privatization

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

We must first clarify that it is not a question of opposing a multicultural society to a "monocultural" society. Our society is multicultural, and is a long time. She characterizes not only France since the 30 boom. We have always had several cultures cohabiting in our territory. The problem is...

28 Oct 2021

How is a lack of a communication strategy detrimental to business development?

Dissertation - 9 pages - Communication

Communication occupies an increasingly important place in the business world, and for good reason, it has evolved a lot in the space of a few years. Whether internal or external, it is necessary for the development of groups, regardless of their sector of activity. The society in which companies...

04 Nov 2021

Internal communication: a necessary vector for the efficiency of the company

Dissertation - 8 pages - Management

The business world has undergone profound changes in the space of a few years, in all sectors of activity. Indeed, new technologies and, in particular, the many digital transformations have impacted lifestyles, but also the purchasing behavior of consumers, not to mention working methods, which...