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Making Your Vote Count in Liberia's 2011 General Elections (504 words, 3 pages)
Liberia - the general election is upon us, please don't let these politicians take your votes for granted. Demand the truth from your own party ask the hardquestions now to avoid disappointments and regrets later. NuVsionPAC and a number of partners are giving you a platform to do just that, ... Read More
Media Framing of Boxing Day Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan (7055 words, 22 pages)
IntroductionMedia outlets act as the key informant in natural disasters byproviding information from the forefront of the disaster to thosedirectly affected, government officials and most importantly, thegeneral public. What the media reports forms a frame - a lens throughwhich outlets control how the news appears for the audience - that ... Read More
An Analysis of Air France Commercial 2011 (234 words, 1 pages)
Man has always wanted to tap into the sky and reach even higher. After many try with the help of technology has made its objective reality. Today, travel is an essential element of life and that is why today each country has more than two airlines. Making the Sky the ... Read More
The Role of Internet and Social Media During the 2011 Egyptian Revolution (914 words, 2 pages)
Aouragh and Alexander (2011) , presented the role of internet and social media when the Egyptian revolution in 2011 occurred. . The citizens of Egypt experienced injustice and inequity for many generations from their former president Hosni Mubarak. When the citizens of Egypt decided to commence the revolution, the internet ... Read More
The Factors That Contributed to the Outcome of the 2011 General Election in Britain (1116 words, 2 pages)
There were many factors contributing to the outcome of the 2001 general election, some more important than others. The decisive factors include media influence, dealignment, tactical voting, the leadership of parties, the performance of the government, the party's campaign and issuejudgmental voting. The media is an important factor in elections ... Read More
The Unexpected Changes in 2011 (923 words, 1 pages)
The UnexpectedI always dread receiving letters. However receiving phone calls is worse phone calls open up opportunities for awkward silences. I hate awkward silences. I feel like I live my life in desperate attempts at meaningful interaction that always seems to lead to more awkward moments. Receiving a text is ... Read More
An Overview of the Gross Profit Ration in Glasgow between 2010 and 2011 (767 words, 1 pages)
According to the profitability ratios of GPSales, we see that Glasgow depicted an increase in the gross profit ratio in the period between 2010 (37.78) and 2011 (50). At the same time there was a decrease in London offices from 46.43 to 35.00 in 2010 and 2011 respectively. However, in ... Read More
An Analysis of Thyroid Cancer in 2011 (430 words, 1 pages)
My husband was diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer in 2011 and underwent a thyroidectomy in January. It was followed by sessions of Radioiodine Ablation. The operation and the subsequent treatments have not been easy on us. It has been an eye opener to how much many of us take our health ... Read More
An Analysis of Greece Huge Debt According to Chibber (2011) (609 words, 1 pages)
According to Chibber (2011), Greece has a huge debt which is relative to the size of its current 357 billion economy (approximately 120 of its Gross Domestic Products). The debt crisis has been created by a number of factors which include finance globalization 2002-2008 credit conditions that encouraged high-risk borrowing ... Read More
An Analysis of the Strategies Used to Fend Off Poverty in the United States from 1996 to 2011 (472 words, 1 pages)
This paper critically analyzes the strategies employed between the years 1996 through 2001 to 2011 to fight poverty in the United States. The main concern is the liability of healthcare expenses on family finances, which has further impoverished low income families. The healthcare costs were introduced to curb poverty but ... Read More
Canada Takes Precautions After Attack on US Soil in 2011 (590 words, 1 pages)
The post 911 period and the past five years have witnessed a change in the strategy that Canada takes in its foreign policy and an increasing debate in Canadas foreign policy. Although there has been considerable aspects indicating romanticism in Canadas foreign policy, it has always been clear that Canada ... Read More
The 2011 International Marathon in Marrakech (457 words, 1 pages)
The International MarathonI have never seen so many people before, surrounding me they were everywhere. I could see thousands of runners in front of me, thousands behind me and thousands next to me. It was Sunday, January 30th 2011, a day that I will never forget. It was in Marrakech, ... Read More
A History of the Arab Spring in 2011 (2635 words, 11 pages)
In early 2011, a wave of civil unrest swept across many Arab countries in northern Africa and southwest Asia. Long-held tensions surfaced once Mohamed Bouazizi sparked the Tunisian revolution by burning himself in protest of government corruption (Abouzeid). The Tunisian revolution acted as the impetus for the Arab spring demonstrations ... Read More
The Disasters in Japan in 2011: The Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami (1682 words, 6 pages)
Vietnamese people have a saying that "fire tests gold, difficulties test strength". Two disasters in Japan in 2011 were a test for the Japanese strength. Indeed, Japan is one of the best developed countries in the world, even though Japan meets earthquakes and tsunamis every year. In the picture above, ... Read More
The Fiscal Cliff and Its Proposed Solution: The Need to Increase Taxes and Government Spending in the Budget Control Act of 2011 (2048 words, 6 pages)
The fiscal cliff, as defined by many is the determent to this country and the root for the demise in the near future, but to some it is a sign of new hope, being able to be fiscally successful on the countrys own accord. While there are many rough spots ... Read More
An Overview of the Unethical Practices Behind the Diamond Foods Fraud Scandal of 2011 (1754 words, 7 pages)
Diamond Foods Accounting Fraud of 2011The accounting professionals have, for a long time, considered their role in the profession as the provision of neutral reporting services on financial matters using complex techniques and in adherence to a preset code of accounting ethics. Similarly, in the execution of their mandate, the ... Read More
The Exposition of the Character Bernie in the 2011 Film Bernie (673 words, 2 pages)
Bernie (2011) portrays itself much differently than most comedies. Though narration is often present in comedy (see Ted 2012, Elf 2003) to explain the story or provide exposition on the character, Bernies narration contains multiple voices, and carries much more expository heft than a usual voice-over. Based on a true ... Read More
The Factors Driving the Wave of Peaceful and Violent Protests in the Arab World since 2011 (1038 words, 5 pages)
Back in 2011, a wave of peaceful and violent protests swept across the Arab world. These protests later came to be referred to as the Arab Spring (Haerens and Zott 5). The civil protests began in Tunisia when a fruit vendor burned himself in front of a government building (Haerens ... Read More
An Examination of President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address on January 25, 2011 (333 words, 2 pages)
State of the Union AddressDuring President Obamas State of the Union Address on January 25, 2011, he commented on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and nuclear weapons in North Korea, among other things. Obama talked about the changes he has made in homeland security to help protect against terrorist ... Read More
A Brief Analysis of the 2011 Documentary, Hot Coffee (552 words, 3 pages)
The Documentary "Hot Coffee" (June 2011) debuted it poised itself abrilliant thought provoking documentary asking us to derive our thoughts on"Tort Reform." It takes its name from the now infamous case of the 82-yearold lady who accidentally spilled coffee on herself after visiting aMcDonalds and later sued them winning millions ... Read More
The 2011 NBA Lockout and Its Legal Aspects (1678 words, 5 pages)
Research Paper Strikes Fair Labor"The NBA Lockout"The 2011 NBA lockout was the fourth National Basketball Association lockout in NBA history, and was Commissioner David Sterns fourth lockout as commissioner of the National Basketball Association. It was the first lockout since the 1998 season. The lockout lasted 161 days and it ... Read More
An Analysis of Mark Bittman's 2011 Article "Is Junk Food Really Cheaper" (442 words, 3 pages)
Mark Bittman, in his 2011 article, Is Junk Food Really Cheaper? says that American people think fast food is cheaper than real food and they use this point to explain why so many of them are overweight. However, he believes thats not true because junk food is actually more expensive ... Read More
Kathleen Parker's Views on Today's US College Education in Her Article Published in the Washington Post on September 30th, 2011 (1336 words, 4 pages)
The youth generation of every capitalist country is taking an important role in the current global economic issue. Nowadays, it is notorious that most job positions will be actually offered to the best college graduates, but the question is Are these graduates enough prepared for a commendable job position after ... Read More
An Experiment Revealing the Decay of Beauty Meson at CERN in 2011 and 2012 (356 words, 2 pages)
Analysis of decay of Beauty Meson (B-meson) decay at CERN by physicists from the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences indicates new limitations of the Standard Model.Recent analysis of data collected by the LHCb experiment in 2011 and 2012 indicates that B mesons decay in a ... Read More
The 2011 Film The Tree of Life as an Experimental Films (510 words, 1 pages)
Experimental CinemaExperimental films have started as a form of rejection for mass produced media. They could be defined as movies that do not use the conventional linear narrative and count on the atmosphere and thematic premise to portray the intended feelings to the audience. Most famously used by Salvador Dali ... Read More
Evaluation of the Statement of Hall (2011) in View of the Challenges in Sustainable Development of Tourism and Its Application on Destination Level (2917 words, 10 pages)
The purpose is to evaluate a statement made by Hall (2011), looking at the challenges of the sustainable development of tourism and how sustainable development can be applied at a destination level, to help protect a specific place from damage caused by tourism. Destinations such as, Barcelona, Venice and Kenya ... Read More
The Different Conspiracy Theories Behind the Attack of September 2011 (354 words, 1 pages)
During the terrorists attacks on September 11, 2001, a total of 2,977 people were brutally murdered in The World Trade Center, Flight 93, and at the Pentagon. An unidentified man known as The Falling Man decided at 941 a.m. to end his life by jumping out of a window in ... Read More
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