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07 Oct 2009

The problem of definitions in telecommunications regulation in the convergence era

Thesis - 6 pages - Journalism

The following document will expound upon the role of definitions in the telecommunications regulations arena during the modern technological era of convergent technologies and ideological spheres. The document will overview the importance of defining the object being regulated (in this...

01 Mar 2007

The Progressive Era, the New Deal, and the Great Society: a comparative study

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The Jeffersonian idea that liberty and equality would be best achieved by everyman pursuing his own interest and a federal government with greatly constrained powers is often seen as America's traditional political philosophy. During the 20th century, three periods of government activism...

13 Jan 2009

Assess why the era of embedded liberalism (1945-1974) came to an end

Essay - 6 pages - Humanities/philosophy

One of the most important events of the 1970s was the end of the era of embedded liberalism; it brought about a change in the world order. Embedded liberalism was weakened, if not undermined, not by neo-protectionism, but by neo-liberalism (Adrian Jones 2005). Neo-liberalism entails...

24 Feb 2010

Russian culture in the new era

Essay - 4 pages - Social sciences

Around the time of the burgeoning revolutionary government and consciousness in Russia, four thinkers contributed to a debate on culture, religion, art, and the state. In their works, Blok, Lunacharsky, Gershenzon, and Ivanov, all put forth their views on the role of the state and the...

11 Jun 2009

A new era in MPSOC at runtime for DES using RTOS 10- steps algorithm

Thesis - 3 pages - Computer science

This research paper is on the design methodology required to make intelligent decisions about the a new ERA AND APPRAOCH for MPSOC At Runtime using RTOS Algorithm. However we see that evidence of the soundness of the methodology by applying it on actual applications is a major requirement....

11 Aug 2010

Victorian morals in Dracula

Thesis - 3 pages - Literature

Two of the most compelling and interesting themes and elements of Dracula are the themes of “life as a positive and perpetual entity”, and the fleeting, sinful and worthless nature of a life centered around earthly pleasures and indulgences. The theme of the perpetuity of some kind of...

25 Jun 2021

Humour and Nonsense

Presentation - 1 pages - Humanities/philosophy

My presentation will deal with the theme writer in his society. Writers usually criticize their society by literature to show people that things need to be changed such as those in Victorian Society. But how do writers by using humour and nonsense in their literature manage to criticize...

20 Jul 2022

Peace or war : Sharon's legacy of controversy

Essay - 5 pages - Political science

The post-Sharon era began abruptly on January 5, when the 77-year-old Prime Minister of Israel suffered a massive stroke while visiting his ranch in the northern part of Israel (Negev). Everybody seemed to agree that his passing from the political scene would change everything, opening up...

27 Jul 2006

The civil war in Greece: the role of the Greek civil war in the International History of the post war era

Essay - 12 pages - Modern history

The Greek civil war took place between 1943 and 1949. It is one of the most painful episodes of Greece history. We can wonder what was the role of the Greek civil war in the International History of post war era, especially its belonging to the transitional period between the...

16 Jan 2009

The Japanese expansionism during the first part of the Showa Era: 1926-1945

Essay - 7 pages - Modern history

In 1926, Hirohito, the grandson of the Meiji emperor, reached the throne and chose Showa ("enlightened Peace") as the official name of his reign. However, the General Tanaka Giichi became Prime Minister in 1927, confirming the dominating role of the army. The fast industrialization of the country...

30 Jun 2022

Administrative law in the United States

Essay - 4 pages - International law

Explaining the concept of administrative law can cause complications to many people. Therefore, before going further in this work, we will define the administrative law in advance for a better understanding. Administrative law is the set of rules that define the rights and obligations of an...

04 Aug 2021

In what way storytelling helped shape feminism in our current society?

Essay - 3 pages - Humanities/philosophy

I choose the notion of the Idea of Progress. To illustrate this notion, I decided to talk about the idea of progress in feminism. Before I start, I'd like to give a quick definition of the notion: the idea of progress can be defined as an improvement, a development or a change. As a...

04 Oct 2007

The Second American Revolution Analysis and Impact of the Republican Economic Legislation of the Civil War Era

Essay - 11 pages - Modern history

The United States Civil War was a watershed event for the country. The consequences of the conflict changed the landscape of the country forever. Historian Charles Beard labeled the war “The Second American Revolution”, because he believed that more change took place during this period...

30 Apr 2009

Native education in Canada following the residential school era

Thesis - 9 pages - Social sciences

The history of Native-white relations in Canada is historically, colonial in nature and paternalistic in design, and racist.(Miller: 185) In addition, schooling may not be an idealistic location of growth and study but rather as Metis educator Fyre Graveline (1998) contends, “ideological...

23 Sep 2016

The rise of mental descent - A stressful era

Essay - 4 pages - Psychology

Happiness may be good for one's health, but seeking it may not be. There are many factors that people must consider before even considering whether they are happy or not. Typically, stress is a factor that is seem as a barrier to satisfaction. Since stress is part of everyone's life,...

04 Sep 2009

Management education in the LPG era

Thesis - 4 pages - Management

Management Education in began with the objective of developing certain abilities into people to manage the business affairs well. It started with the goal of providing the much needed professional managers in the wake of planned industrial development. Management Education has become very...

24 Jun 2010

The gilded age: Glitz and glamour or an era of order?

Thesis - 2 pages - Social sciences

While many people contend that the “Gilded Age” was simply the golden age of “robber barons”, such as steel magnate Andrew Carnegie or railroad tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt, I posit that a more lasting impact of “The Gilded Age” is that of industrial consolidation and...

31 Oct 2008

'The oval portrait' and 'The birthmark': An insight to an era

Essay - 6 pages - Literature

Documents, records locked away in vaults, and history books are all excellent way to learn about the past. These are all ways that facts can be found, but that is only part of what can be discovered about past. Literature gives an insight into the culture of the times that facts and figures...

15 Jan 2009

Nationalism and Regionalism in the era of the making of a common European identity

Essay - 5 pages - European union

The year 2000 will be and have already been pivotal for the European Union. Ten new countries became full members of the Union and Turkey is on his way to the membership. But the 2005 failure to make all the countries sign the project of European constitution asks legitimate questions about the...

03 Sep 2014

Romantic Period in America/Romanticism - published: 02/09/2014

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The Romanticism or Romantic Period began in Germany spread to England and France, where it arrived in the U.S at around 1820. The Romantics underrated the significance of individual's expressive art, as well as, that of the society. Romanticism fosters nature's rewards, values emotion more than...

10 Feb 2010

A new era for women

Thesis - 3 pages - Social sciences

In the 1900's things were changing drastically in the United States. Business was booming, cities and industry were expanding and the American people were evolving. During the period of all this change, no social, economic, gender or racial group was quiet. Worker's fought for better wages and...

15 Jan 2009

Comparing the Jewish experience in Western Europe and the United States in the modern era

Essay - 7 pages - Social sciences

The United-States is a country built by immigrants, especially Jewish European immigrants. Immigrants actively participate in the elaboration of American culture. This country particularly respects ethnic and religious particularism and promotes "affirmative action" in the direction of sexual and...

29 Sep 2015

Sports development and governance in Russia

Essay - 5 pages - Sports

Governing bodies happen to be an integral part of the industry of sports. Whatever governing body happens to be organized in some manner that allows it to accomplish its specified mission within the surroundings in which it operates. There exists inherent change within this process since the...

29 Sep 2010

Darwin and darwinian infuence on Thomas Hardy (Jude The Obscure) and Lewis Carroll (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and through the looking-glass)

Dissertation - 58 pages - Literature

Charles Darwin's theories upon “Evolution” had a great impact on the scientific world in the nineteenth century, and contributed to change with respect to mentalities in a well-established Victorian society. He is mostly remembered for his conception of Evolutionism based on his...

16 Jun 2011

Oscar Wilde & the Unwritten Melodrama

Thesis - 4 pages - Literature

Victorian melodrama not only served as a literary genre, but it was used to define and reflect on the values of society. Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan takes the expectation of contemporary melodrama, as defined by Peter Brooks. Though the play is based on melodrama and, at times,...

29 Sep 2010

Where are Queen Victoria's moral values in the modern English way of life?

Worksheets - 2 pages - Sociology

Today, if you search a definition of the 'Victorian moral values' in the Collins, you will find, 'qualities considered to characterize the Victorian period, including enterprise and initiative and the importance of family'. So, first, it's seen today as if it...

06 Nov 2014

Female Prostitution vs. Male Prostitution

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Prostitution as the world's oldest profession gained prominence during the Victorian period, a time of rigid moral principles. Feminists consider prostitution a vehicle or medium used to demean the female figure within the society, as women who are not chaste are labeled as...

25 Jan 2023

Middlemarch, Part 6, Chapter 56 - George Eliot (1871-1872) - How does George Eliot, through a posterior view and a description of fictitious events, manage to present the prejudices of the time on the progress?

Text commentary - 3 pages - Economic politics

In 1919, Virginia Woolf writes, about Eliot's contribution to English literature, that her masterpiece Middlemarch is "one of the few English novels written for grown-up people". Indeed, Eliot's novel is known for its realism and its psychological insights on its different characters from...

15 Jan 2009

The Fantasy in 'The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' by Robert Louis Stevenson

Book review - 4 pages - Literature

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, written by Robert Louis Stevenson, was an immediate success and had been revisited a number of times since its first publication in 1886. It can be considered as the Gothic tale par excellence. The Gothic genre started in the middle of the Eighteenth...

15 Jan 2009

How did the feminist politics appear in the nineteenth century?

Essay - 4 pages - Political science

The nineteenth century was very significant for women, mainly because they were at a turning point in their living conditions. It was ascertained that their place was at home and they were not able to think, unlike men. This situation was considered as unbearable by a growing number of women and...