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  • Women's Roles In Economic Development In India

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    The economic development of a country is measured on the basis of its industrialization. Small manufacturing sector including the village and cottage industries functions as a powerful instrument for quick and diversified growth of a country like India. It plays an important part in building up the economic structure of the society. There are empirical facts to show that productive occupation plays a key act in sending the benefits of economic growth into poverty reduction. Employment of women is

  • Slavery In Colonial North America And The Carrabin

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    Slavery was a big part of the southern economics, and the South relied in big part on slaves to tend to their vast lands go cotton fields. As a slave, you head no rights, not even such basic human rights such as a birthday or a family last name. The advantage of having slaves was thus that you needn’t pay them for their service. And so, by the 1860 in the there were 4,4 million slaves in America, whereas 90% of them Africans (sort intro,44). Though slavery existed throughout colonial North America

  • Analysis Of What's Holding Women Back In The Workplace

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    ‘The workplace is a fair game…If you’re qualified, you can get whatever job you please...Having a family won’t affect your career goals.’ These have naïve statements of people who think that we live in a gender-equalized work age. “What’s Holding Women Back in the Workplace?” by Nikki Waller and Joann S. Lublin is an article published in The Wall Street Journal that brings up the issues with professional promotions and workplace equality. As a female I have grown up knowing the glass ceiling was

  • Stalin's Relationship Between Lenin And Stalin

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    Joseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili was the second leader of Soviet Russia. He was born in Gori, Georgia on the 18th of December, 1878, and had a troubled upbringing, facing issues such as financial troubles, an abusive father and illness that left him scarred. In 1899, Stalin left school to study priesthood at a seminary in the Georgian Orthodox Church of Tbilisi, during which time he began learning of the Marxist party by exposing himself to books and other material concerning the philosophy. He

  • Dr. Hans Mertens In The Film Murderers Are Among Us

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    The 1946 film, Murderers are Among Us, depicts the story Dr. Hans Mertens, a former military surgeon, living in Berlin after the end of WWII. Since the end of the war, he has become an alcoholic and has struggled to overcome many of the challenges of post-war Germany as well as war memories from the last few years. Because most of Berlin was in ruins, in an effort to find shelter, Dr. Mertens begins to live in an abandoned apartment. The beginning of the movie introduces Susanne Wallner, the previous

  • The Gilded Age

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    era in our history. The Gilded Age was expanded to include the period from the end of Reconstruction to the early twentieth century. Now it is regarded as covering the period during which we have the beginnings of modern America - our modern industrialization and urban society. These were turbulent years that saw labor violence, rising racial tension, militancy among farmers, and discontent among the unemployed. The 1880s and 1890s were years of unprecedented technological innovation, mass immigration

  • Justice And Justice In The Eloquent Peasant

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    Human rights are widely studied in intellectual perspectives rooted in the law, philosophy, international relations, and political science (Hunt, 2008). The approaches provide insight into the historical background of human rights by focusing on the emergence of eh concept as well as its implementation. In this case, history of human rights delves into the development of its moral ideas, legal doctrines, and political institutions (Ishay, 2008). Human rights emerged through a struggle, as a concept

  • Walt Whitman's I Hear America Singing

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    Walt Whitman captured how Americans contributed to the rebuilding America after the Civil War during the Industrialization Era using the sounds of music while writing, “I Hear America Singing”. Whitman’s focus writing this poem was to show how Americans worked together to build a culture and lifestyle. Whitman outlined the strength and characteristics about how variety and creativity can build a great nation utilizing the working people. This piece of artwork symbolizes how America works in harmony

  • Marxism In China

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    Government policy is one of the main influential components of its citizens’ quality of life, “The hopes and aspirations of people and individuals regarding their economic and political freedoms and opportunities, are tied closely to how economic and political systems are performing” (Kinely 147). The main ideological force of politics in China in the past century has been communism. Since the influence of soviet politics, the great leap forward, the cultural revolution, and to present day China

  • Modernism In Modern Art

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    FIGURE 2 : HENRI MATISSE (1869-1954) 'The Open Window, Collioure', 1905 (oil on canvas) CUBISM; was the first style of modern art as cubists paintings ignored the traditions of perspective drawing and show many views of the subject matter, therefore cubists believed that the traditions of the western art had become exhausted as they drew on the expressive energy of art from other cultures, however there are two distinct phases of the cubist style such as Analytical cubism (-pre 1912) and synthetic