European History

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  • Neorealism Theory

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    Ever since the start of the human civilization, the world has never been in peace. Conflict has always been the most crucial element that made up history. Often, history repeats itself: genocides, mass killings, wars, and even a global scale of war and cross-continental wars. Positive and negative thinking, confusions, behaviors, and circumstances, all can lead to these serious consequences. Since then, many scholars, even from the earliest civilization till now, began to develop theory to describe

  • Charlemagne: Charles The Great

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    No man nor woman “has been as powerful and influential as Charles the Great” (Derek Wilson, 4). Charlemagne, or Charles the Great, born in 742 as the son of Pepin the Short and Bertrada, was the very famous king of the Franks, a Germanic tribe in modern day Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands and western Germany, between 768 and 814. Sometimes also known as the “Father of Europe”, he united most of Western Europe for the first time since the fall of the Roman Empire (Anirudh). He founded the

  • Hegemony In The Reluctant Fundamentalist

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    scenario. This social and cultural scenario dictates each group or its subordinate societies to what should be its behavior. Each and every institutions (social, cultural, political and economic) it prescribes its practices too. But often in the history of mankind, we have read and seen that the western world have succeeded in achieving this goal and maintained its hegemonic force. The monopoly on the standardization has remained in the hands

  • The Pros And Cons Of Migration

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    Immigration, it has been the defining characteristic of many countries as it helped to create a diversified environment. Throughout history persons have decided to relocate for a variety of reasons which has undoubtedly molded our now reality. There are quite a number of pull and push factors that contribute to people movement. According to James M. Rubenstein (2014) “Pull factors induces people to move out of their present location whereas a pull factor induces persons to move into a new location

  • Essay On Oil Economy In Nigeria

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    political and religious nature” (Falola). Approximately 8% of Nigerians ages 15-24 are unemployed (World Factbook), and many of these people have migrated to other countries in the hope of finding jobs, with 40% going to African countries and 33% to European countries (World Factbook). Political violence is widespread, especially government attacks on peaceful protests, mostly those led by native people (Crude Politics). After the attacks, many of the individuals involved in the protests were either

  • Literature Review On Migration

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    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW IMMIGRANTIONS 11. Migration of people is old as recorded history of the world. From the ancient history migrants find some reason to move from a country to another. The reasons may be safety, food, shelter or any other personal requirement. Migration has both positive and negative impacts for both countries which are involved. As many other human activities, migration also has increased rapidly and it has grabbed the world attention today. For many countries it has

  • Essay On City Transportation

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    The same advancement that set the city growing upwards also helped to propel it to new speeds. The impact of public transportation on the growth of the city, particularly the subway, has been tremendous. The best known of which and was known as the “life-line of New York City” was the West Side Line which carried no passengers and yet sustained the city through the goods it carried. Completed in 1849 stretched as far as Peekskill New York spanning a distance of 40 miles (64km) and was extended as

  • Singaporean Culture Analysis

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    cultural baggage. Since the start of the search of a Singapore design culture, artist, students and designers back then have difficulties finding hard to find inspirations for their works and as a young country, Singapore have very little culture and history to offer these people in need. As stated in the book, Cheng (Universality, 2007), states that a typical Singaporean designer/artist who are born

  • Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Case Study

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    threating by the Confederate. Though both have failed in the end, these two highlighted events in both China and U.S. history were being compared and contrasted in the aspects of their origins, failures, and consequences times by times. The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom was an uprising created by the peasant in the late Qing Dynasty, and it is also the largest peasant war in the history of the Qing Dynasty. After the First Anglo-Chinese War, the Qing government kept extorting people to pay war reparations

  • Penang Literature Review

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    According to Chew Ten Beng in his article, “ History of art development of art in Penang”, the year 1976 might be the starting point of art activities in Penang. Early art activities in Penang during the colonial era were motivated by the coloniser’s curiosity of their colonised land. Their curiosity