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English Literature and Slavery 1772-1834: From the Beginning of the Abolitionist Movement to the Abolition of SlaveryEnglish Literature and Slavery 1772-1834: From the Beginning of the Abolitionist Movement to the Abolition of Slavery
British Empire in 1834 is at the centre of our project entitled English Literature and Slavery 1772-1834: From the Beginning of the Abolitionist Movement to the Abolition of Slavery
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The American Way of War in History and PoliticsThe American Way of War in History and Politics
In the last decade at least a dozen books have appeared with some variation of “American Way of War” in the title, as well as many journal articles, editorials, security studies, and so forth
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`Visual Images within Accounting Annual Report: a critical Discourse Analysis`Visual Images within Accounting Annual Report: a critical Discourse Analysis
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Antolová PhD, Catholic University in Ružomberok Who has the right to live in Singer´s preference utilitarianism?Antolová PhD, Catholic University in Ružomberok Who has the right to live in Singer´s preference utilitarianism?
The author works with the critics mentioned by Dale Jamieson in the book Singer and His Critics and Susan Lufkin Kranz Refuting Peter Singer's Ethical Theory: The Importance of Human Dignity and many others
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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary
The cornerstones of economic freedom are personal choice, voluntary exchange, freedom to compete, and security of privately owned property. Forty-two variables are used to construct a summary index and to measure the degree of economic freedom in five
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Sailors – Cosmopolitans or Locals? Occupational identity of sailors on ships in international tradeSailors – Cosmopolitans or Locals? Occupational identity of sailors on ships in international trade
This paper will show that being a sailor has completely different connotations when comparing Norwegian and Filipino sailors. Despite being in a global working environment their occupational identity are truly locally constructed
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French Stereotypes Meet American Politics: Bush, Kerry and the Campaign Rhetoric of 2004French Stereotypes Meet American Politics: Bush, Kerry and the Campaign Rhetoric of 2004
The article examines the political rhetoric of 2004 in light of the longstanding and on-going antagonisms between the us and the French which have resulted in a system of discourse that is drawn upon by media and members of the public as the need
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Between Memory and Present Aspirations: Canadian Identities and Religious Diversity Paul William Reid Bowlby, Ph. DBetween Memory and Present Aspirations: Canadian Identities and Religious Diversity Paul William Reid Bowlby, Ph. D
Canadian cultures and institutions in their processes of adaptation. These patterns of contention are, the paper argues, integral to the processes which shape Canadian identities in the midst of religious diversity
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State Violence and Black Resistance during World War I and the 1920sState Violence and Black Resistance during World War I and the 1920s
Chicago in 1919 was the fact that at that time there were 12,000 Negroes employed in gangs in the stockyards. There was considerable race feeling in Harlem at the time of the hegira of white residents due to the “invasion
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Fearing \"Yellow,\" Imagining \"White\": Media Analysis of the Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882Fearing "Yellow," Imagining "White": Media Analysis of the Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882
Fearing “Yellow,” Imagining “White”: Media Analysis of the Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882
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The Politics of Acceptance: a case Study of Havana’s Barrio ChinoThe Politics of Acceptance: a case Study of Havana’s Barrio Chino
Chinese in Cuba has been constant since 1847, their role in society has changed according to the political climate. In this way, I will argue that the shifts in power in Cuba affected the degree to which Chinese were accepted in Cuban
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The Theory of Crisis and the Crisis in a Theory: Intellectual History in Twentieth-Century Middle Eastern StudiesThe Theory of Crisis and the Crisis in a Theory: Intellectual History in Twentieth-Century Middle Eastern Studies
The extensive developments that occurred in European or American intellectual history have had almost no impact; Middle Eastern intellectual history has to a great extent been stagnant
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Why Boys Go Wrong: Gangsters, Hoodlums and the Natural History of Delinquent Careers Richard MaltbyWhy Boys Go Wrong: Gangsters, Hoodlums and the Natural History of Delinquent Careers Richard Maltby
The boys in the side street at their game of ball give way before it, but in the ensuing traffic are able in some way to continue their pla
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Faculty of social studies department of sociologyFaculty of social studies department of sociology
I hereby declare that this thesis submitted for assessment is exclusively my own work. The work of others has been used to the extent as I cite and acknowledge it throughout the text of my work
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Questions 1-3 refer to the image below by Louis Casmir Ladislas Marcoussis entitled The Musician, 1914Questions 1-3 refer to the image below by Louis Casmir Ladislas Marcoussis entitled The Musician, 1914
The above painting most closely reflects an artistic trend towards which of the following?
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