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More Machine Now than Man: Huxley’s Critique of Mass Culture inMore Machine Now than Man: Huxley’s Critique of Mass Culture in
Much of this vision is drawn from Huxley’s experiences during the interwar period and for that reason, an exploration of his reactions to mass culture and his philosophy of culture prove useful in understanding the novel
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Witnessing the Holocaust: More Than Just a StoryWitnessing the Holocaust: More Than Just a Story
An honors thesis presented to the Department of Communications and Rhetoric, University at Albany, State University of New York, in partial fulfillment of requirements for graduation with Honors in Communications
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Walter Russell Mead American Grand Strategy in a World at Risk OrbisWalter Russell Mead American Grand Strategy in a World at Risk Orbis
Since 9/11, even if the strategic hierarchy, intensity, and political basis have changed, the Bush administration has largely been continuing in this same project, with a sensible strategy but poorly considered tactics
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Abstract: The author examines the history and nature of us foreign policy. Topics include goals of government, post-cold war politics, and protectionismAbstract: The author examines the history and nature of us foreign policy. Topics include goals of government, post-cold war politics, and protectionism
Merican bombing raids claimed the lives of more than 900,000 Japanese civilians--not counting the casualties from the atomic strikes against Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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Why government policies encourage urban sprawl and the alternatives offered by new urbanismWhy government policies encourage urban sprawl and the alternatives offered by new urbanism
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As Applied to Steinbeck’sAs Applied to Steinbeck’s
Doc, through to its culmination and ruination, I felt this was an excellent example of Aristotle’s breakdown of elements held in each form, the focus here being on Tragedy, although his brief explanation of Comedy as well
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Economics 398 December 10, 2010Economics 398 December 10, 2010
Time is of the Essence: The Effect of Birth Spacing on Children’s Educational Attainment
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Elements and Body CentersElements and Body Centers
Your students will be scratching their heads – and that’s ok, as long as they dive in and try the work. What seems foreign can be intimidating. I use a lot of humor as I introduce this work
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January 13 10 final Introduction: Conflicts and Social Psychology1 Daniel Bar-Tal School of Education Tel Aviv UniversityJanuary 13 10 final Introduction: Conflicts and Social Psychology1 Daniel Bar-Tal School of Education Tel Aviv University
Bar-Tal, D. (2011). Introduction: Conflicts and social psychology. In Bar-Tal, D. (Ed.), Intergroup conflicts and their resolution: Social psychological perspective (pp. 217-240). New York: Psychology Press
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Masaryk University Faculty of Social Studies Department of SociologyMasaryk University Faculty of Social Studies Department of Sociology
I hereby declare I wrote the thesis independently, using only the sources cited and the help of my supervisor
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Paper guidelinesPaper guidelines
A funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Performance is another standard opening
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Recollections of Idealism [Wiedererrinerter Idealismus]Recollections of Idealism [Wiedererrinerter Idealismus]
This will seem to some a perverse sort of enterprise. At the end of Chapter Three I assemble conceptual raw materials drawn from all three chpaters, in order to address the methodological issue of how to think about the nature
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Discovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century/La découverte de l’exotique au 18e siècle John Patrick Greene Department of Modern LanguagesDiscovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century/La découverte de l’exotique au 18e siècle John Patrick Greene Department of Modern Languages
Discovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century/La découverte de l’exotique au 18e siècle
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Thinking critically about critical thinkingThinking critically about critical thinking
The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U. S. Government
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The Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. WeilerThe Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. Weiler
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University
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