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  • The Importance Of Tourism In Nepal

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    Restrictive management practices, exclusionary conservation policy and non – participatory governance of protected area have rigorously affected livelihoods of an indigenous people who are predominately dependent on natural resources (Amin, 2015; West, 2006; Wells 1995). In the context of Nepal, the notion of biodiversity conservation held constraining perspective on the protection of flora and fauna. Therefore, several conflicts between park – people in protected areas are presented in literature

  • Civil Defence Challenges

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    concern with crisis situations. Additionally, (xxxxxx) presented that while many factors reduce the chances of disasters like the wars in the world, the world has been exposed to new challenges such as natural calamities, human caused disasters and terrorism. These problems have resulted to loss of human life, destruction of valuable properties and ultimately destabilizing the natural human life (xxxxx). From this reports, Civil defense can be applied in a number of contexts that can be used to describe

  • Identity And Globalization: The Influence Of Cultural Identity

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    What determines our identity? I’m a daughter as well as a friend, student, badminton player, Catholic, and Danish citizen. However the real question to identify me is why? Why do I go to boarding school, why do I bother to be a friend, why do I play badminton? At the end of the day it doesn’t matter what you do, it’s why you do it that defines you. A great example of people’s cultures is the matter of their religious believes. I’m a Catholic. However I’m only a Catholic because of my family. My mom

  • Judicial Activity In Pakistan

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    Introduction: Judiciary activity is a common feature in countries where parliamentarians are not free and there are rules to decide rules and judgments. However, this is only in Pakistan where the judicial activity has been removed by the elected Prime Minister and sent the house to each other. The main problem is that the Supreme Court has allowed the President to legitimize the law against the law. In 1985, the emerging parliamentary Republic of Pakistan springs water in political development

  • International Satellite Image Case Study

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    I-Current Situation: A. Current performance International Satellite Images (ISI) is one of the three United States companies approved by the government to build and launch an imagery satellite system. ISI is building a satellite to image the world at a resolution of one meter. The resolution allows a trained photo interpreter to identify images that include both military objects and non-military objects. The whole operation is financed by investors or venture capitalist, which relied on contracts

  • The Stanford Prison Experiment: Zimbardo And Le Bon

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    Have you ever noticed that certain people act and behave differently when they are with crowds versus when they are alone? Being in a large crowd can really impact individual to act in a certain way that they seem to fit in with the group and sometimes do things more anonymous as it is in a large crowd. Both Zimbardo and Le Bon believe that bystanders are less responsible and more likely to commit violence than when people are alone. Philip Zimbardo is a psychologist and a professor at Stanford University;

  • Indian Criminal Justice System

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    INQUISITORIAL ELEMENTS IN INDIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM While the adversarial system requires the magistrate to remain an observer of the trial, it does not absolve him of his duty to provide assistance to the process of the trial. At stages within the decision making process, the Magistrate assists the case towards justice, some notable examples of which are as follows: • Sections 228 and 240 of the Code suggest that charge against the accused is to be framed by the Court and not the Prosecution

  • Confidentiality In Library Essay

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    Introduction As the advancement of technology is taking place in library and information science domain. With the technology, the digital libraries have come into the view of the information science field. The technology has become bane and boon to the users. The digital libraries could provide access to more users who could access resources from any area. However, the digital libraries have created new issues for the users about confidentiality and privacy of the users' information. This information

  • Extreme Poverty In Africa

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    opportunity, wealth and power. Gender inequality remains a key challenge. Unemployment, particularly youth unemployment, is a major concern. Global health threats, more frequent and intense natural disasters, spiraling conflict, violent extremism, terrorism and related humanitarian crises and forced displacement of people threaten to reverse much of the development progress made in recent decades. Natural resource depletion and adverse impacts of environmental degradation, including desertification

  • Symbolic Interactionism Sociology

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    James Deutsch Sociology Q1) Answer, symbolic interactionism Pg.204 Def.- Idea that symbols things to which we attach meaning are the key to understanding how we view the world and communicate with one another. We see symbols everyday and we think that some are cool and others not so cool. There are many things that have symbols in them like video games, books, religion, and life. Like in assassins creed we all recognize that symbol it has become very popular. There are some symbols we see and instantly