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  • The stories of Bartleby and the metamorphosis symbolism

    The idea of human self-alienation has played a crucial role in modern thought from German classical Idealism to Marxism and Existentialism (Seigneuret 19). Kafka’s the Metamorphosis is a striking example. Gregor Samsa’s transformation into vermin presents self-alienation in a literal way, not merely a customary metaphor become fictional fact. The travelling salesman wakes up one… View Article

  • “Ethics in Policing”

    In The Ethics of Policing, John Kleinig presents a broad discussion of the ethical issues that overwhelmed existing police organization and individual police officers. This debate is set surrounded by others that bring in the reader to basic approaches at present in support among moral philosophers (social contract, neo-Kantian and utilitarian–though thought of the recent… View Article

  • In recent years

    In recent years, the selective and mobility promoting function of education has become more important than its socialising function` Do you agree? Explain I agree with the opinion that in recent years, the selective and mobility promoting function of education has become more important than its socialising function. While both these functions retain their importance,… View Article

  • In my military life I have learned about aspects of other cultures

    A military career is not only a way to apply one’s potential toward the noble cause of defending people; for me it was also a chance to travel and to expand my knowledge of other cultures and nations. I have a twenty-year military career to look back upon. During this time I was three times… View Article

  • In my everyday life how do I measure success and failure

    The aim of this paper is to discuss how to measure success and failure in everyday life. The evaluation of the social concept of success should start with acknowledging that social definition of success varies from culture to culture and even from one social group to another. In other words, every society has its own… View Article

  • Inca Garcilaso De La Vega

    Comments like this and other even more radical and shock are those who have coined the West line of thought in his authoritarian Eurocentric and respect America and its inhabitants, to be given to face in 1492 with a New World unknown to them, and even, ignored in their entirety. As Europe and worldview (customs,… View Article

  • Appendix dorder – completed

    1. The exporter harbors some degree of anxiety because fluctuations in the exchange rate affect the real value of the currency used in trading. This might result in the exporter losing some money at the end of the day if the value of the currency falls. 2. The exporter can protect itself in the following… View Article

  • Inaugural speech

    In the history of the United States, it has been a tradition that the President, makes an inaugural speech, when he begins his Presidential term. The first such inaugural speech was made by George Washington, on 30 April 1789. (Halsall Paul ). This essay makes an in-depth rhetorical analysis of one of the historic and… View Article

  • Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

    The “Birth of a Monster – Frankenstein can be [home-3. tiscali. nl] read as a tale of what happens when a man tries to create a child without a woman. It can, however, also be read as an account of a woman’s anxieties and insecurities about her own creative and reproductive capabilities. Among the deviations… View Article

  • Gay male culture

    American culture has focused much more heavily on gay men than on other members of the LGBT community. This may be due to larger numbers of men than women and it may also be due to gay men having more resources available to them to justify, explore and perform their sexuality. The western culture as… View Article

  • The construction of sexuality through culture and history

    Introduction The queer theory has led to questions on the sexuality in various cultures. Teresa de Lauretis is the person [www. cddc. vt. edu]who came up with the phrase “Queer Theory”. It was at a working conference on theorizing lesbian and gay sexualities that was held at the University of California, Santa Cruz in February… View Article

  • Class differences: the factor of consideration

    Notwithstanding the multiplicity of cultural identities in Australian culture, it can be said that ethnicity plays a very little part in structuring family patterns. For the most part, as one views Australian history, it is class differences that brought forth different family patterns in Australia. Because almost all people in Australia (except the aborigines) believed… View Article

  • Australian cultural identity shaping family patterns

    A family is generally defined as “a group of persons directly linked by kin connections, the adult members of which assume responsibility for caring for children” (Giddens, 2006:206). One may be strike by the academic formality as well as the appropriateness of the definition. However it is noteworthy that such definition is by no means… View Article

  • Gender in student access and teacher attention in classroom

    The school is one of the many social institutions which seek to promote human welfare. Students and teachers alike are both a part of the larger scheme of the academic institution aimed at expanding the knowledge of mankind from a wide range of themes. Despite of the existing and previous efforts in fully achieving and… View Article

  • Ways to improve leadership training and education

    “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” as the age old adage goes. It is in line with this that the key to finding ways to improve leadership training and education lie. Leadership Training and Education is more effective when it is instilled and taught early on in a person’s life by the school… View Article


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