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My Personal View on the Concept of Religion (1106 words, 2 pages)
Arthur C Clarke once said "It may be that our role on this planet is not to worship God, but to create him." This quote seems to summarize the many aspects of religion in that all the aspects seem to point to one fact Man created "God". Many of the ... Read More
An Essay on the Concept of Just War (1756 words, 5 pages)
What exactly is a just war? These two words seem to form an oxymoron. War is usually thought of as a type of hostile conflict, which would therefore make war seem unjust. Throughout history, there have been many different broad interpretations of what exactly makes a war just. St. Augustine ... Read More
A Paper on the Concept of Classification (573 words, 1 pages)
Ways of Classification The concept of classification can be quite difficult to understand due to the many similarities that exist in what is being classified. There are tiny little details that make objects hard to distinguish from one another. Classification is a way of sorting out the details and finding ... Read More
A paper on the Concept of Vertical Economy (352 words, 1 pages)
The concept of the vertical economy was discussed in class and in the film. It discusses how it applies to the Incas. Since self-sufficiency was the ideal of the society, family units claimed parcels of land in different ecological niches in the rugged terrain. In this way, they achieved what ... Read More
Concept of Small Group Communication in the Movie Twelve Angry Men (3252 words, 5 pages)
In the movie Twelve Angry Men the actions and behaviors of the Jurors demonstrate the concept of small group communication. It is evident that the film shows the development of the task-oriented group from the beginning to the end. In this paper we will discuss the power of consensual meaning, ... Read More
A Paper on the Concept of Domino Theory and US’s Intervention in Korean and Vietnam War (425 words, 1 pages)
There could be all sorts of reasons for a country to go to war. The US intervened in the Korean was and the Vietnam War, I think the most important reason they did that is the domino theory. The domino theory means 'if one falls, all falls'. Militarily, South-East Asia ... Read More
Concept of Organizational Change in Today’s Business Environment (2675 words, 6 pages)
1.0 Introduction. Nowadays, all organisations must be face changes, which are often connected with new things, or they will be dominated from competition. After all, they need to change in fashion or taste, se as to keep pace with their customer selection and with its competitors. Typically, the concept of ... Read More
Concept of Prejudice in To Kill a Mockingbird, a Novel by Harper Lee (1232 words, 2 pages)
Do You Think That Prejudice is a feature of life in Maycomb as seen in "To Kill a Mockingbird"? The novel "To kill a mockingbird" was set in 1935, a period where prejudice and racism were encountered in everyday life. The small country town called Maycomb was very "old and ... Read More
Concept of Racism in to Kill a Mockingbird, a Novel by Harper Lee (1221 words, 2 pages)
The plague of racial hatred. In To Kill a Mockingbird, a small southern town ravaged by the Depression is unknowingly diagnosed with this even more devastating disease. One lone soul is prepared to make the diagnosis. An adaptation based on the classic Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee, "To Kill A ... Read More
Simon de Beauvoir’s Concept of Counter Universe in Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet (1889 words, 3 pages)
The women in Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet subscribe to Simone de Beauvoirs counter universe. These characters have different behaviors and personalities based on the company they are keeping. When they are not in the presence of men, they appear to be much more liberated and expressive. ... Read More
A Paper on Concept of God in Catholic Religion (748 words, 1 pages)
What is God? A god is defined from Webster's dictionary as, "A being worshipped by monotheists as the perfect, omnipotent, omniscient originator and ruler of the universe." Descriptions and references to God are often found in the Bible or in prayers at mass. The Bible is considered an authority because ... Read More
Analysis of the Concept of Political Philosophy (997 words, 2 pages)
Mr. Ralph Kam PHL215 - Methods and Applications July 29, 2003 The World of Political Philosophy The business of world affairs as we know it today is based on political endeavors of peace, war, economics, and government. When most people think of politics, they envision electoral campaigns, military operations, democrats ... Read More
An Analysis of Shakespeare’s Conception of Tragedy (1808 words, 3 pages)
In all his tragedies Shakespeare represents the tragic aspect of life, the tragic fact. They have up to a certain point a common form or structure, however the question here is what is Shakespeare's conception of tragedy? Shakespearean tragedy is the story of one person - the hero (or in ... Read More
An Essay on the Concept of Freedom and the Civil War (996 words, 2 pages)
The concept of freedom drove an entire nation to a Civil War, which was, arguably, the bloodiest war this country has ever seen. It set North against South, nation against state, and brother against brother. Each group of individuals maintained an interpretation of freedom that was so powerful to them, ... Read More
The Concept of Heroism in the Poem The Battle of Maldon (1022 words, 2 pages)
Selfishness or Sacrifice at The Battle of Maldon Purpose shall be firmer, heart the keener, courage shall be more, as our might lessens.1 These famous lines from the poem The Battle of Maldon introduce a theme which depicts how Englishmen in the Middle Ages perceived life, death and what can ... Read More
Concept of Slavery in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, a Slave Narrative by Harriet Ann Jacobs (959 words, 2 pages)
The Atrocity known as Slavery Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is a narrative that describes a young girls trails and tribulations while being an involuntary member of the institution of slavery. Jacobs, like every other victim of the atrocity we call slavery, wishes those in north would ... Read More
Meaning and Contemporary Use of the Concept of Heroism (1416 words, 3 pages)
Texts, Culture Values Heroism- What did it mean in the past and does it still mean the same today? This is the definition of a hero in a modern dictionary. o a man or boy admired for his bravery, great deeds, or noble qualities. o 2. a person admired for ... Read More
Analysis of the Absence of Truth – Major Concept in King Lear by William Shakespeare (2365 words, 4 pages)
Throughout history, the absence of truth has caused turmoil between various groups. However, when a false sense of reality is established, the revelation of the truth brings further turmoil to the involved parties. In King Lear, William Shakespeare conveys the concept that the absence of truth causes a state of ... Read More
Concept of Teleworking and How It Is Implemented in AT&T, the American Multinational Telecommunications Corporation (745 words, 1 pages)
The term 'telework' and 'telecommuting' are often interchangeable, meaning any official work that is being conducted away from an employee's official duty station or at some alternative work site, regardless of whether that location is a home office or some other form of a telework center. The 'tele' prefix means ... Read More
Concept of Teledemocracy and How It Is Being Utilized by People in Power (1859 words, 3 pages)
Teledemocracy " Rather than acting as a revolutionary tool rearranging political power and instigating direct democracy, the Internet is destined to become dominated by the same actors in American politics who currently utilize other mediums." (Davis, 5) But how can one argue this point, how can this useful tool not ... Read More
A Paper on Concept of Self in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar (1365 words, 2 pages)
All people have definite concepts of self. In different situations, one may feel short, tall, smart, slow, fast, talkative, reserved, etceteras. These self-concepts are usually very different than how others opinions of us. Depending on one's actions, words or even tone of voice, one may misrepresent oneself and be misinterpreted. ... Read More
An Analysis of Conceptual Art by Richard Long (1435 words, 2 pages)
Research Paper Richard Long The term Conceptual Art is based on the simple but revolutionary premise that art should be mainly about ideas instead of material objects. In other words, artists should focus on what they think, not on how things look. Conceptual artists usually set aside the traditional processes ... Read More
Conceptualizing Blogs and the Human Voice (416 words, 3 pages)
Overview The purpose of this study is to triangulate professional literature on online communication, scholarship on relational maintenance strategies and relational outcomes, and quantitative data to explore the potential of blogs as tools for public relations. As the public relations professionals also have taken interest in relationships as the foundation ... Read More
The Main Concepts of Natural Language Processing (NLP) (1910 words, 6 pages)
There have been high hopes for Natural Language Processing. Natural Language Processing, also known simply as NLP, is part of the broader field of Artificial Intelligence, the effort towards making machines think. Computers may appear intelligent as they crunch numbers and process information with blazing speed. In truth, computers are ... Read More
Concept of Values in Different Cultures in My Antonia, Novel by Willa Cather (630 words, 1 pages)
In My Antonia, Willa Cather focused on depicting ethnic values of the different cultures of the various immigrants who came to Nebraska. These people had to face the hardships, the plight, and the conditions of life on the rural Nebraska prairie land of late nineteenth century America. We might wonder ... Read More
The Concept of Just-in-Time Manufacturing and How to Implement It (1241 words, 2 pages)
Just-In-Time Concept. Just-In-time manufacturing, or JIT, is a management philosophy aimed at eliminating manufacturing wastes by producing only the right amount and combination of parts at the right place at the right time. This is based on the fact that wastes result from any activity that adds cost without adding ... Read More
Marketing and the Marketing Concept (3085 words, 6 pages)
Introduction The marketing concept suggest that to achieve organisational goals and be more profitable, an organisation should focuses its efforts on developing marketing mixes that best meet the needs of the consumer. However, since consumer needs within a market vary, one marketing mix could not adequately satisfy the needs of ... Read More
The Concept and Implications of Social Justice in Australia (1899 words, 4 pages)
1.Why is it important to seek justice? Australian society is preparing itself for the announcement of a federal election that will give power to a representative political body that will determine the future platforms that the people of Australia will be governed by. As a democratic society all Australian residents ... Read More
The Concept of Journey in Maestro, Stand by Me, The Tomorrow Series by John Marsden and the Book/Film Sleepers by Lorenzo Carcaterra (1303 words, 2 pages)
Our unit of study Journey Challenge and Response, focussing on the book Maestro and the film Stand By Me has helped me to discover a variety of new insights into the topic of journey and to learn more about the different types of journeys, their outcomes and consequences. I have ... Read More
A Case Study Introducing Concepts of Overseas Distribution of Indian Films (4906 words, 7 pages)
Indian Film Overseas Distribution Contract Law has been defined in a number of ways. Before reading further let us thinks how we can define this, for our purpose, Law is a system of limitations imposed by the government upon our actions in order to ensure safety predictability and control The ... Read More
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