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  • The Joy Of Reading And Writing: Superman & Me

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    Clear the Clutter! -Shruti.K.N People wrongly believe that being simple is taking the easiest way out. Little do we realize that the very act of choosing to be simple requires courage and mental strength. Many of us go through tough phases in life and mine was no different. But I decided to keep it simple and face it when it faced me. That simple belief helped me move forward with confidence. Whenever a situation left me in a quandary, I learnt to learn it the hard way. Simply put, I believe that

  • Vlad The Impaler Vs. Count Dracula

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    through stories and this is a fact but sometimes, these stories are not a hundred per cent loyal to what really happened in history. This relationship between “history” and “story” is going to be the base for this work because I have decided to do my essay about one of the topics given which is: “From history to story: Vlad the Impaler vs. Count Dracula”. I chose this topic because I love history and I am very curious about historical characters such as Prince Vlad Tepes, which some people consider

  • Sovereignty Theory Of Sovereignty

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    Introduced by the French philosopher Jean Bodin in 16th-century France to legitimize the power of the king over feudal vassals, sovereignty has over the last centuries arisen through the ranks of the most contentious concepts in political science and international law as it often deals with the intricate balance between the ‘state and the government’ and ‘independence and democracy’. Many philosophers have therefore cracked their heads over the question what sovereignty entails, and although multiple

  • Celtic Tiger Analysis

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    aim of this essay is to explore the political and economic aspects of managing the Celtic Tiger in regards to two of Andrew Heywood’s rival views or interpretations of liberal democracy. The two that were chosen were Marxism and Pluralism which both contain very contrasting views. The central belief of Marxism is the conflict theory in regards to the class structure and the central belief of pluralism is centred on the diversity within a political body. The first section of the essay will give a

  • The Femme Fatale Image

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    comparing its value and impact to the culture and fashion. The essay explores how the fatal side of femininity is depicted in media, how and why fashion exploits the femme fatale image and the term definition. The essay concentrates at femme fatale image in the 20th century as the necessary part of the feminism evolution. The work is based on the bodies of work by Mulvey, Elizabeth Wilson Adorned in Dreams (1985). The aim of the essay is to explore the phenomenon of the femme fatale image idolization

  • Case Study: Jazeera Airways As Parent Company

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    PART A (ESSAY FORMAT) 1. Jazeera Airways, as Parent Company, has two subsidiaries which are “Al Sahaab Aircraft Leasing Company W.L.L.” as an intermediate Parent Company, and “Al Sahaab Aviation LLC” as Subsidiary of Intermediate Parent Company. Jazeera Airways with the two subsidiaries companies together are called “Jazeera Group”. The group is operating its services in the field of air transportation and commercial passenger services under a license from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation

  • African Personhood

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    Menkiti lays forth two areas of contrast in order to prove the plausibility of the African conception of personhood as his thesis. Initially the first contrast aims to support the basis of African communitarianism where three features are involved; Linguistic commonalities- that emphasise the classification of individuals in a collective manner through languages used in a community, which essentially characterizes the individual through accepted societal norms, psychological identity- creates a

  • Elena Ferrante Analysis

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    received much attention in recent years, becoming the subject of countless articles, not only in the Italian press, but also in many of the world’s most prestigious publications. Paolo di Paolo, writing for La Stampa, provides us with a succinct description of the “caso Ferrante”: “Merita perciò di essere studiato il fenomeno-Ferrante: un’autrice di cui tuttora si ignora l’identità salutata qualche settimana fa dal New Yorker come una grande artista. Molly Fischer dice di aver cominciato a leggere

  • Reflective Assignment

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    The purpose of this reflective essay is to demonstrate an understanding of the differences between argument and assertion. The essay demonstrates the ability to be able to comment on the strengths of argument. Likewise, the essay also demonstrates a recognition of strengths and weaknesses of my own ability and how recognising strengths and weaknesses allows an individual to develop their own lifelong learning ability. The importance of developing lifelong learning is discussed in this assignment

  • Boyz In The Hood And Tsotsi Analysis

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    This essay will be discussing and unpacking the issue around the argument made by Paul Gormley about the Black Realism and how that concept is shown through the two chosen films Boyz in the Hood and Tsotsi, and how although each film are different in context, they have similarities especially with the topic of black masculinity. This essay will argue the various layers that are tackled in the discussion of black masculinities, and how the characters within both films are portrayed as such to support