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  • Essay On Totalitarianism

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    The rise of terrorist activity by Islamic extremists in recent decades has brought about the misconception that all religious fundamentalist groups are fuelled by totalitarian norms which are communicated through the use of violence. As Heywood (2012) states; the term ‘fundamentalist’ is now one of great controversy, with followers of several religions rejecting the term as ‘simplistic or demeaning’. It is important to note that religious fundamentalism is not an exclusively Islamic development

  • Marilyn Monroe Impact On Society

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    The Revolutionary Monroe “During her all-too-brief life, Marilyn Monroe overcame a difficult childhood to become one of the world's biggest and most enduring sex symbols. During her career, Monroe's films grossed more than $200 million.”(Biography). Marilyn Monroe, born Norma Jean Baker in 1926 Los Angeles, California would have trouble all of her life because of being abandoned as a foster child and abused by those who were supposed to protect and raise her. Monroe revolutionized society in three

  • The Pros And Cons Of Pornography

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    pornography: the conventional or traditional position and the civil libertarian stance. though new approaches have been developed recently .. philosophical approaches have been evolved by people who have studied the issue and reached at a conclusion on the basis of argument concerning the public interest as well as perhaps the interest of an important personal reference group: religion/the establishment, authors/publishers, or women as a class, to name just a few of the many possible reference groups

  • Gender Inequality Thesis

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    Wang Peiyuan PSCI 1001 108724240 20 December 2017 Gender Equality Nowadays, “there are around sixty-two million girls are not in school, one in three women will experience gender-based violence in her lifetime and only 22 percent of all national parliamentarians are female”(). Thus based on what these data show, women from all over the world are still facing a lot of problems and this is a sign of gender inequality, which limited women’s ability to achieve their self-value and equality work with

  • Essay On Materialism In Islam

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    Islam is the religion of utmost respect, morality, etiquettes, values, and respect. Muslims believe it to be the last and the most complete version of Allah’s religion. In only 1400 years it has become one of the widely spread religion with almost 1.8 billion followers. However ,it is eminent that over the time Muslim’s have gained distance from their religion. Is it because of the worldly affairs that have attracted Muslims away from Islam or is it the hesitation and resistance from asking about

  • Departure Of The Sea Analysis

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    Literature and Environment: An Ecocritical Approach to Haifaa Al-Sanoussi's Departure of the Sea (Abdulhamid Alansary, Dept., of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Sohag University) ABSTRACT This research paper tries to explain the desire to return to pure nature through the analysis of a work of art ecocritically, namely Haifaa Al-Sanoussi's Departure of the Sea. It also attempts to show how the relationship between man and nature, which had been previously harmonized, has changed

  • Women In Advertising

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    Nowadays, everyone usually watches TV or at least sees a few advertisements a day, in which people can observe women’s sexy body being used to sell products through promotion. Are women really being sexually objectified in advertisements? The answer is Yes. All should agree on this some advertisers and companies accept this and say that a woman’s body is used as products in order to sell. Even tough women are being objectified in adverts, people need to realize that women are humans just like men

  • Ban-Ki-Moon Speech

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    Have you ever had a dream? Not that ordinary unconscious dream, but that one dream where you strive to realize it one day and are willing to do everything for that dream to come true? You must be wondering why I’m asking you this question right? Well let me talk about this one man who has accomplished his biggest dream, his name is Ban-Ki-Moon Ban-Ki-Moon was born on 13 June 1944 in Eumseong County, North Chungcheong Province, Japanese Korea. He was born at the end of the Japanese colonialism in

  • Intersectionality Theory

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    the question of not only who is eligible to fit the normative conception of citizenship but also who has the right to judge who is a member of a community. The deportability and the construction of the deportable subject go hand in hand with migrant illegality. Both deportability and illegality or legal production of illegality aims to create a non-citizen subject in a precarious legal status. Since 1990’s, the increasing production of migrant illegality has been perceived as a problem or crisis

  • Engagement Activity

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    problems women face. I wanted to gain further insight into a topic as sensitive as this as I believe understanding this concept theoretically in class would not have been enough. Thanks to my Engagement Activity I was able to understand the topic of feminism much more clearly. I also realised that the difficulties women face in India are due to the harsh reality that sometimes making laws for people is simply not