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  • Essay On Endangered Languages

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    India is the country with many languages that are threatened to become extinct due to the fact they were not transmitted from generation to generation, which is why we bring you the list of the top 15 critically endangered languages in India. Being one of the main forms of identity, language is inevitably the focus of many surveys, especially in the cases where there are no more or there is a really small number of people who speak it. It is the sad fact that one language can easily disappear or

  • Needham's Contribution To The Scientific Revolution In The 17th Century

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    The Needham Question that ponders on why China had been overtaken by the West in terms of science and technology concerning natural phenomena despite its earlier predominance, is widely studied. Philosophical reflection in the west had ultimately led to the scientific revolution in the 17th Century, however, Joseph Needham and many others who attempted to answer this question had agreed that scientific revolution never occurred in traditional China. This question leads us to trace back to the intrinsic

  • The Importance Of Fashion Design

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    Historically, Paris, France has been deemed as capital of fashion. Fashion trends were an essential part of lifestyle in the early 17th century. At this time, Lyonnais silk manufacturers traded doll dresses cities in France and other European cities. Starting from 1920s and 1930s, fashion became easily copying and unfortunately, this problem continued to get bigger. In response to those extended copies, French law granted exclusive rights for original fashion designs and licensing designs of reputable

  • Importance Of Codification Of English Language

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    TMA 1ST SEMESTER FOR U214A NAME: SHEREEN AHMAD ESMAEEL MARIE Number : 2130476 Course number :U214A Dr. SULIMAN AL ABBAS SECTION NUMBER: 3 Codifying a language can vary from one case to another and depends on the stage of standardization that already exists it means to develop a writing system , putting formal rules formal rules for grammar , pronunciation ,syntax ,orthography , vocabulary , and publishing grammar books ,dictionaries and guidelines ,codification usually occurs

  • Hidden Curriculum Analysis

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    According to Cerecer (2013), hidden curriculum refers to those policies and rules implemented by the school leadership that “[seek} to socialize students to embrace and legitimize a universal system of knowledge.” Particularly at Hilltop High School, there were two administrative decisions that advanced this hidden curriculum. First, a part-time policeman was hired for the school, despite the school’s lack of violence. Consequently, this “caused participants to wonder whether it was their racial

  • Thesis About The Green March

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    Historyworld.net. A European carve-up: 1900-1912 In 1900, a secret agreement has been made to assign Morocco to France. Same arrangements have been made between Spain and France to divide the territory, also Britain allowing France the freedom of action in the Kingdom of

  • Native American Land Summary: Johnson V. Mcintosh

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    In Johnson v. McIntosh, Chief Justice Marshall invokes the rights of discovery and conquest to justify the United States right to Native American land. A land dispute, beginning with the sale of land by the Piankeshaw Tribe to a William Johnson and other investors on October 18, 1775, spiraled into a Supreme Court case after the United States sold the same land to William McIntosh on July 20, 1818. McIntosh, in the federal court of Illinois, claimed that Native Americans lacked the inherent rights

  • Columbian Exchange Research Paper

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    always been a controversy involving the celebration and glorification of European settlers from the Age of Exploration. Many individuals believe that European settlers such as Columbus did not leave a positive impact on the lives for the Native Americans at this time; this controversial subject has led to a divide between the country, and different ethnic groups. In spite of the many controversies that surround this issue, European settlers from the Age of Exploration should be celebrated in modern times

  • Essay On Colonialism

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    At a certain point in history, a number of European countries turned into the most influential in the world. Countries like Spain, France, Portugal, Netherlands, and England rose to power and each had only one thing at the forefront of their thoughts: superiority. In spite of the fact that they endeavored numerous things to heighten their dominance and power, they all depended on colonization. Today, European colonialism has influenced larger parts of the world. Colonization has not only given Europe

  • Education System In Ethiopia

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    production there are similar ways of reasoning, but "the indigenous cultural experience is not the same for everybody, indigenous knowledge is not a monolithic epistemological concept" (Ladislaus and Joe 2002:24). "European colonizers have defined legitimate knowledge, essentially, Europeans colonizers' ways of knowing, often taken as objectives and universal knowledge" (Alkena2012:599—619). The Western or modern educational philosophy in current education system depends on information to mass, leading