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  • Jan Matzeliger's Shoe Lasting Machine

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    Jan Matzeliger and his ‘shoe lasting machine’ Jan Ernst Matzeliger was born on the 15th of September 1852 in what used to be Paramaribo – part of the Dutch colonies on the South American continent, known as the Dutch Guiana – now the Republic of Suriname. Although his mother was a black Surinamese slave, his father was a white Dutch engineer, sent to Paramaribo to manage government machine shops. This meant that Jan, despite the black colour of his skin, was born free, wealthy and educated thanks

  • Green Supply Chain Management Case Study

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    2.1 Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to review the existing literature pertaining to the core construct of the study. Mainly the constructs which are going to be explored in this study are based on the renowned two theories called institutional theory and resource based view theory. The reason to relate institutional theory on adoption of green supply chain practices is due to supply chain management involves the corporation and interaction among multiple stakeholders. Further, decision

  • How Did Stalin's Change In The Soviet Union

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    The Soviet Union underwent a great loss in 1953. The announcement of Stalin’s death came on March 5. The mysterious death of Stalin unchained the new directions of development hidden before. Logically, opinions regarding the past as well as future plans of soviet nations were not similar. At the funeral of Stalin were presented three speeches by Malenkov, Beria, and Molotov. Those speeches gave significant key messages to soviet people. Considering the fact that speeches of high officials were not

  • Things Fall Apart Feminist Analysis

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    Feminism grew out of women’s movement against the long history of bias against and inhuman treatment of women by patriarchal men. Feminists, especially in the West started expressing concern on the issue of sex, gender, and even language, which was the product of patriarchy. Postcolonial feminism refutes prejudiced power relationships. It started a fight for the equal justice and equal opportunity for women. We are familiar with the history that women were paid less than a man for the same work

  • Amusing The Million Analysis

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    Justine Sabo HIST 1302 Prof. Daniel LeClair 26 September 2015 Amusing the Million After the Civil War, many dramatic social and economic changes began to take place, moving American’s away from the genteel, “Victorian” culture they were used to and toward a more, “vigorous, exuberant, daring, sensual, uninhibited, and irreverent” one (6). In his book, Amusing the Million: Coney Island at the turn of the century, John Kasson, makes his thesis clear that with the rise of an urban-industrial society

  • Paul Renner's Influence On Art And Design

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    Paul Renner, famous for his typeface, Futura, is a product of the time he grew up in. He was born into the aftermath of the Industrial Revolution and the beginning of the modern world. Not only was he influenced by the modern world but, also the battle between the old Germany and the push for a more modern Germany. Alongside Germany’s technological progression, came the changes and conflict of politics. World War I and the Nazis had a great impact on the art and design in Germany and thus greatly

  • Garment Workers Case Study

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    RESEARCH ARTICLE Psychological Health Issues of Female Workers of Garment Industry in Sreepur Upazila, Bangladesh. Md. Shohel Mahmud1’*, Dr. Vinay Rajath D.2, Rayhan Mahmud3, Mst. Nusrat Jahan4 1Department of Sociology, Mangalore University, Mangalagangotri - 574 199, Karnataka, India 2Department of Sociology, Mangalore University, Mangalagangotri - 574 199, Karnataka, India 3Department of Business Administration, Noakhali Science and Technology University, Noakhali-3814, Bangladesh 4Department

  • Polythiophene Lab Report

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    Synthesis of Polythiophene by Using MgO and Different Stabilizers for Separating Cd (II) from Aqueous Solution Abstract - The goal of this work is to study the sorption characteristic of Polythiophene nanocomposites for eliminating Cd(II) from aqueous solution. The products were characterized in the terms of morphology, particle size, and chemical structure by using scanning electron microscope (SEM), X-ray diffraction, and FTIR. FTIR spectrum analysis confirms that nanocomposite is formed in the

  • Pollution Essay: Pesticides As Water Pollutants

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    when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into the pure water bodies without treatment to remove harmful compounds [1]. In many countries the rapid agricultural activities, crops disinfection, inappropriate water disposal, rapid industrialization caused the contamination of the water bodies with harmful, toxic, and low biodegradability pesticides and other organic pollutants such as heavy metals, and drugs. Therefore, it is one of the most important environmental problem through the world

  • Women's Role In Society

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    Women are the most important pillar of the existence of society. Their role as a homemaker can not be substituted with. With the changing times women have now also proved their mettle in each and every field. Their presence and worth is felt everywhere. Although on the peripheral level it seems that status of women is increasing and is at par with that of men but when analysed deeply it is found that women still face discrimination in this male dominated society be it at home or workplace or at