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The three worlds of welfare capitalism

... Lukes (2010) understands the dimension of power from three distinct definitions. The first dimension augurs well with pluralist ideologist where power is understood from American democratic theory. In this case, the master has authority to modify the behaviors of his/her master when it comes to decision making. A practical example in this case is the recent situation in Zimbabwe where Mugabe as the president decides on almost every policy. The second dimension is related to the ...

A campaign for the City Bike Company

...It should be noted that the City Bike Company is the most and famous company that produces quality bicycles in the world. Furthermore, it offers quality and recommendable services to the customers as most of you are aware of it. Kindly let us stick to our culture which is in our beloved company. Finally, ladies and gentlemen keep in mind that there is only boss one in the business who has the power to sack and employ the manager. Do you know the boss is you as customer because you are able to de...

Aspect of family in the film Pushing Hands

...In the book From ‘Minority Film’ to “minority Discourse,’” Screening China, Zhang (2002) asserts that cultural aspects such as ethnicity and race play a major role in ensuring that family ties are kept alive. In addition, he argues that failure to stick to the family ties would lead to cultural conflicts. This cultural conflict is the main element that Master Chu find himself in and creates an internal misunderstanding in his cognitive thoughts. Even though his daughter-in-law totally ...

Intercultural communication and power distance

...Although power distance may appear unimportant when moving to a new cultural environment, knowing how it impacts an individual could be of importance (theory of plane crashes).even though power distance may be regarded unnecessary in intercultural communication it is important knowing the best time and best method to converse with one another. The process of transition from one culture demand Saudi Arabia to establish an effective channel that will ensure the power distance is reduced as much as...

Migration essay: international population movements in the modern world

...Migration into and from Africa over the years continues to be small as compared to other continents. Empirical studies further suggest that there is little internal African migration. Such a study in rural Botswana identified a positive and elastic migration trend when employment opportunities and wage rates are introduced in urban centers. In conclusion, migration in modern world is fueled by globalization, economic, non economic and demographic factors. Governments must ...

Risk Concerns in Adventure Tourism

...According to Korstanje (2009), there is too much risk involved in pleasure travel. Many adventurers find it interesting to tour places where there are many risk factors. Although, the writer also acknowledges that many people do not understand the difference between risks and threats. With varied definition of risks, the article demonstrates how tourists and adventurers are prone to severe risks that might affect the lives of adventurers. Conversely, adventure tourisms hav...

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

... Underrepresentation in the government is another issue that affects the Hispanic and Dominican communities. This is the same the community in Wao is treated as a minor community in the region. In addition to underrepresentation in the government, the two minor communities have also been affected by lack of adequate education facilities. This has reduced their access to formal education. Increased quality of education for Hispanic-American students has been termed as a priority in orde...

Dark tourism: mediating between the dead and the living

... In addition, we have the websites that are designed for visitor’s attractions to the museums in most cases employ images and narratives of the life in prison in the ancient times and also the more punitive incarnation elements (Reed Courtney, n.d). You will see some of the writings like, “Sit in a prison cell, hear the door slam shut and imagine the harsh conditions of Victorian prison regimes. Try on prison uniforms, imagine the horror of being set in the pillory, strapped in a r...

Democratic and Republican main constituencies and the current trends

... This is the pattern that is being repeated from constituency to the other and most of the states are moving towards the democratic direction. In the state of Pennsylvania, the white working class decreased by 25 points between the period 1`988 to 2008 while the white college students increased 16 points and also the minority by 8 points. In the Nevada city, the white who are the working class decreased by 24 points over this period and the minority voter up by 19 points with whi...

Big city or small town

...Last but not least, a big city is vibrant while a small town is comparatively boring. In small towns, people usually live a stable, slow and simple lifestyle, which consists of very little changes in everyday life. However, in a big city, citizens live and work at a fast pace. People in big cities can therefore enjoy a more exciting, glamorous and productive life. Although a hurrying lifestyle may cause great pressure to the people involved, the invigorating life it brings about is very attracti...

Article summary example

...The country's urgent problem presents many concerns, one of which is the economy. The nation's financial system is frail as estimated recently to be 7 percent and unfortunately has not been steady enough to construct a middle class. Such economy can't support a large population whose one fifth is living on less than a 1$ a day. Additionally, Egypt does not processes many resources as it depends heavily on the water from the Nile and imported goods. Many are concerned about the general welfare of...

SOUTH KOREA GLOBALIZATION IMPACT

...Bell, N. (November 1, 2011). Data Sources: International Comparisons of Educational Attainment. Council of Graduate Schools. Retrieved from: http://www.cgsnet.org/data-sources-international-comparisons-educational-attainment Brian, M. (August 21, 2012) Impressive: Nearly Two-Thirds of South Koreans Now Own a Smartphone. The Next Web. Retrieved from: http://thenextweb.com/asia/2012/08/21/impressive-nearly-two-thirds-south-koreans-now-smartphone/ Cooper, J. (September 1, 2012). South Korea's Shift...

Global Citizenship

...Thereby, everybody can become a Global Citizen despite age, gender, and region. To be a Global Citizen means to take actions and fulfil some duties in order to improve someone’s life. Global Citizenship should not be focused on scale of an action because helping people starts from little steps, from helping even one unknown person. Therefore, most of people, who are helping others that need a support, can be considered as Global Citizens. The majority of these human beings unde...

Sarojini Naidu

...Many critics have wondered about the reason for her apparently sudden departure from literary pursuits to political involvement. Some speculate that her popularity dwindled, particularly in England, when she moved away from the flowery, romantic style of her early poetry to a comparatively morbid and contemplative tone in her later work. Others contend that her preoccupation with patriotic themes caused readers to lose interest. In 1961 Naidu's daughter published a collection of her previously u...

Globalization Source Analysis

...The three perspectives on globalization that I have discussed so far each have some things in common. Each source describes ways in which globalization affects the world and society. Each source also shows the negatives effects of globalization; namely the lack of diversity and culture that is a result of globalization. From each source you can see how globalization forces us to become more like one another by integrating us into a singular culture. Sources I, II and III are all great examples o...

International Economics Gerber Study Questions

...Following Adam Smith, David Ricardo proved that comparative advantage leads to trade and this in turn leads to the reallocation of resources and the improvement of the standard of living of any nation, large or small. Modern trade theory also makes the case for exports and open trade as the causes for economic expansion. Exports and open trade foster competition, innovation, and learning-by-doing, and bring international best practices to the attention of domestic producers, spurring greater eff...

The Reluctant Fundamentalist

...The deli may symbolise Changez’ life in Pakistan whereas the American express is the life he’s found in America, both of which are not able to work together. It is not until Changez meets Juan Bautisa that he realises he is not able to be loyal to both America and Pakistan. He becomes an “ex janissary’ and returns to Pakistan where he is able to feel a sense of belonging as he no longer possess conflicting identities. Changez begins his journey as a hardworking young man doing his best t...

White Tiger

...The situation of corruption is addressed from two points of view, one is the rich and one is Balram, the darkness. Mr. Ashok comes back from America as a good person, but he has to adapt to how India’s economic and social system work, yet they persuade him to be corrupted. He has to listen and do things the more powerful people say, and money seems to run everything in the country. Mr. Ashok takes out money from the bank to seek the higher power interests in him. He never has an idea on his ow...

Role of women in politics in Pakistan

...Women activism remained, and remains, confined to legal rights, demanding rights based on religion and their domestic role and not as citizens of Pakistan; the issues revolve around representation in the parliament or various bodies formed by the state. These state sponsored efforts (official commissions on women in 1955, 1976, 1985, 2001) were confined to urban women, effectively restricting articipation to urban activists with a moderate agenda along with the representatives of conservative an...

Marketing strategy of Teletalk Banladesh

...The biggest advantage of is that it’s a government company though teletalk did not established as a market leader. And teletalk can improve its product and service to retain in the market. GP is the leader in the market and banglalink is in the second position. Teletalk has got lot of aspect to improve the situation. To be the market leader teletalk must be very careful in the field of marketing plan and the success of the company is a matter of subject that how they are implementing the plan....

National Integration in India.

...National Integration is of great significance in a country like India where varied cultures, religions and languages exist. Integration is not achieved in India because of communalism, castism and linguistic differences. The need for national integration is of utmost importance at this period of India’s history. National integration is very essential for social peace and harmony. No progress can be made in the field of art, literature, science, technology and economy without integration. India...

Driving License

...Now days, we are also able to find out that many female are driving their own cars. It becomes more hazardous for them to get the license in a legal way. So, they are going to the driving schools to learn driving. In my survey, I have find out that almost all the female have got their driving license through the driving school and also in an illegal way. The driving learning school should also be developed, because they are the ones responsible for teaching the people to drive well. If they gets...

Amitav Ghosh

...Amitav Ghosh has dealt with various themes in his novels. Some of the them include search for identity, traditions versus modernity, contemporary social problems etc. Ghosh attempts to perceive the lives of his contemporaries in lands as diverse as India, Bangladesh, Egypt, England etc. His canvas is often large and his novels are peopled with a variety of characters, though not in the range of a Tolstoy or a Dosteovesky. Every significant characters is delineated realistically, As a post coloni...

Traffic jam

...Traffic congestion is a global as well as local problem. All over the world, the prime cause of traffic congestion is on street parking. In Bangladesh, traffic congestion is a common issue in the big cities like Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna and in Dhaka it is severe. It is one of the most important problems of modern time. In Dhaka, different infrastructural and managerial projects are granted for reducing traffic jam. Traffic congestion constraints can be reduced by embarking on various strateg...

Smith vs Bradford

...In his writings he gives detailed maps of Virginia and adventurous tales, which gave him the fame he was seeking. He talks about how “such extreme weakness and sickness oppressed”(83) the colony. Then Smith goes on about how he lost his men to the Indians and was taken captive. He gives detailed descriptions of the places he was taken and the people he met while in captivity. He credits his rescue to Pocahontas, the daughter of the Chief of the Chesapeake Bay. “Pocahontas, the King’s dea...

Decolonization and Revolution

...Former prime minister of India Narasimha Rao was first questioned by the Indian people as to his ability to lead. This was turned around as he implemented many policy changes in India. India, fairly unfamiliar with outside involvement, now encouraged foreign investment. Rao’s programs for economic growth and investment, both foreign and Indian, faced opposition from possible disorder. However, Rao’s use of intellectual thinking and a new, open India, aided his decisions. A documentary depict...

Most important inventions

...Also, the people from divergent parts of the world could travel from one region to the other quickly, thereby exchanging different aspects in social and cultural experiences. It is one of the crucial factors that help business expand to global market. Furthermore, children can attend school in distant countries. In the past, this was impossible. Hence, the children of today are better educated than those of the past. Thanks to the creation of aircraft, human beings became more dynamic, they are ...

Eco-tourism

...History of responsible tourism and promoting sustainability using tourism The term ecotourism was made popular in 1983 by a man named Hector Ceballos-Lascurain. Other synonyms to the term include jungle tourism, responsible tourism and sustainable development. Hector was a conservationist who was very influential and took part in lobbying for wetland conservation in relation to the flamingo. Currently there is no standard accepted globally for regulating the ecotourism industry. Many see this as...

City Life Vs Country Life

...Duhart, Detis.”Urban, Suburban, And Rural Victimization, 1993-98.” . http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=812. Date Accessed: 23 March 2014. Howard, Brian. “Why Cities Are Safer Than Rural Areas: 5 Surprising Facts.” . http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/07/130724-surprising-facts-cities-safer-rural-areas-injury-deaths/. Date Accessed: 23 March 2014. Palmer, Kimberly. “Why You Pay Extra to Live in the City.” . http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articl...

Life in a Village or a City?

...Pollution is also a big problem there, fumes of poisonous gases coming from industries, and cars also play a role for the environment to be polluted. So this brings the lack of pure fresh air roaming around, and therefore many dangerous lung diseases become common to many city dwellers. Noise is also a big problem for people living in cities, the sounds of jam traffics and noisy industries are very common in cities. Anyway, we all know that cities are places where education is on high peaks, bec...

Critical Thinking and Discussion Question

...For the globalization of markets and production, they have changed with lower cost communications networks and lower transportation cost. Both lead to easier to enable firm s to create global markets and allow firms to better respond to customer demands. For example; The Internet has facilitated the creation of a 24/7/365 marketplace where information is available in real time. So that make sense that the globalization of production and markets have been possible without these technological cha...

The Nonmarket Environment of McDonald’s

...China is a big country with 1.35 billion people, and anything could happen if they are allowed for free speech. With the examples of Egypt and Urumqi, I think Facebook should join Global Network Initiative and allow users to be anonymous. Lets say Facebook enters China, and there is an uprising, and people joined and spread the news by Facebook, if something like that happens Facebook will be in trouble as they are responsible. Also the people who started the riot will be in bigger trouble, a de...

Hispanic in America

...However, the reality was that Hispanics were considered uneducated by Americansbecause they couldn’t speak English and they were focused on their jobs to give a better life for themselves and their families. However, the reality nowadays is different; Hispanics recognized the education as a key of success. They are now interested in learn English as a second language and take advantage of some many educational programs out there. Actually, there are some Hispanic people with higher education ...

SPICE Chart on Imperialism

...2. When China tried to stop in the illegal opium trading in 1839, British traders manipulated the situation so that the British sent warships into the harbor at Canton and easily vanquished Chinese forces. While opium still remained illegal, the Chinese were forced to open additional ports to western traders. Opium began flooding into the country, and addiction became a chronic problem. Government officials, soldiers, and many citizens became addicts. Again, China tried to stem the tide. Again, ...

India: unity in diversity

...understood that all of us have multiple identities religious, linguistic, cultural, regional and caste identities. No one can claim single identity. One who demands single identity i.e. national identity does not recognize the reality but during India 's struggle for freedom no one thought in that manner they just thought of India 's independence. Modern India presents a picture of unity in diversity where people of different faiths and beliefs live together in peace and harmony. Still today als...

King Devanampiyatissa

...During the reign of king Asoka of india,Srilanka was ruled by king Tissa who was the second son of kung Muthaseeva. King Asoka and King Tissa were very close friends. Kung Tissa sent delegation to meet kingAsoka with several gifts. The leader of that group was Prince Maha Aritta who was the nephew of King Tissa. This delegation was ceremoniously received by Emperor Asoka. This delegation spent about 5 months in India. King Asoka sent back alarge collection of precious onaments required in a coro...

Corporate governance

...India, unlike the United States, has created a committee that deals with corporate governance know as the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The board that in most cases takes on a trustee role for all the companies in India was created through the adoption of SEBI Act, 1992. The act gives the body statutory powers to be able to carry out its duties and functions. These approach adopted in India is believed to have been adopted from the Ghanaian principle of trusteeship and that it i...

El Cairum/Cairo - the most populated city in Africa

...However it can get overcrowded during rush hour. Moreover, Cairo delivers Egypt’s 90% of overall culture making it the main attraction for tourism. It’s also famous for places like the Cairo Opera House, Khedivial Opera House, Cairo International Film Festival, and the Cairo Geniza. All associated to be over centuries of years old. Thus, making Cairo have a large economy with tourism. So it isn’t hard to find a job in Cairo if you’re ever willing to stay. But if you just dropping by, I s...

Coe Case Stydy

...An expansion to Mexico would offer a great potential. An in-depth market research will help analyze the patterns and habits of costumers. Doing business in Mexico will not only help the company grow but it will also benefit the U.S. economy. Ever since NAFTA took effect, both large and small American companies have expanded in Mexico. A range of locations in Southern USA have developed rapidly to keep up with the heavy trade between US and Mexico offering new jobs to U.S. Citizens and boosting t...


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❓ What Overcoming Adversity to Become a Better Person

...In conclusion, struggling to overcome adversities is not very easy but once a person makes to overcome them, they become a much stronger person. In my case, I have learnt to overcome adversities related to relocating to the United States alone, which ...

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