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  • Wwi - 1,104 words
    War solves problems, but the wastefulness of war can only be felt by the peoples families, friends, and of course, the person in the trenches. Hundreds, and sometimes thousands, dying at the hands of other war soldiers whose only purpose is to kill. Bloodshed all over the world because of greed and the human lust for power and fame. The World Wars were fought over cruelty and punishment toward Americans after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Throughout the years there have been many wars fought over many different disputes or different reasons. This report will touch upon some of the many effects that the World Wars led to. The human loss from the war was mainly from the USSR. At the time, Germa ...
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  • War Bonds - 655 words
    War bonds are money that you give the government to finance wars in exchange for a certificate that entitles you to a larger sum of money in the future for their generosity. There were many ways that were used to advertise war bonds. The United States didnt want only the civilians to buy war bonds, they also wanted and advertised to the soldiers in the United States. The military issued a series of five cards encouraging the purchase of war bonds. These cards were given to soldiers that fought in the fields and those soldiers who lived in military camps in the United States. There were ads for the civilians to buy war bonds as well. The civilian ad campaigns were carried out by the Treasury ...
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  • Macro - 700 words
    Arizona Baseball Is Losing More Than Fans What was once one of the most promising expansion franchises in Major League Baseball (MLB) is now on the verge of losing more money than any other team in baseball this year. There are many factors that are making this happen and some can be linked to macroeconomics. The Diamondback's were 1 of 4 teams added to the league in the past decade. While a seemingly small number it actually constitutes a flooding of the market. The team's first year average attendance is down more then 8,000. Yet in the face of decreasing ticket sales the team has gone on a spending spree signing on free agents and bloating its payroll to one of the highest in baseball. Th ...
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  • The Overnight Sensation - 1,139 words
    The book, How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie provided a way for people to motivate themselves and enter the work force after the Great Depression. As an enlightened individual and business man of the time, Mr. Carnegie created a book that, "touched a nerve and filled a human need that was more than a faddish phenomenon of post-Depression days, as evidenced by its continued and uninterrupted sales into the eighties, almost half a century later," (Carnegie 13). The peoples' low morals and lost hope during and after the Depression made Dale Carnegie's book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, an "overnight sensation." As stated by "Overview of Great Depression," it is ...
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  • Carry Nation - 787 words
    As America moved to the cities traditions were changed or altered. These alterations included womens interests and their challenge to Americas traditional values. One such woman was Carry Amelia Moore Nation. The daughter of George and Mary (Campbell) Moore, was born on November 25, 1846, in Garrard County, Kentucky. A formidable woman, nearly 6 feet tall and weighing 175 pounds, she dressed in stark black and white clothing. She was enrolled in Warrensburg Normal Institute and, after receiving a teaching certificate, taught school in Holden, Missouri, for four years. In 1877 she married David Nation, a lawyer, newspaperman, and sometime minister in the The Nations moved to Texas in 1879 and ...
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  • Capital Punishment - 1,535 words
    This page aims to discuss capital punishment as rationally as possible. I propose to present information which may help people make up their minds about whether or not capital punishment keeps them safe, makes economic sense, or provides a satisfactory "closure" for the victims of homicide. How, if at all, this information affects your response, either emotional or political, to capital punishment remains entirely up to you. The questions of fact concerning capital punishment fall into three general areas: does capital punishment , freeing social resources for better purposes than warehousing and feeding murders, or does it actually cost more, consuming resources that could go into preventin ...
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  • Globalization - 1,172 words
    ... y rather than power (e.g., "Do it because Im the boss and I said to do it!"), that manager has disempowered himself or herself even if he or she attains a short-term objective. Power originates in the individual; authority originates in the charter of the organization. Thus, there is no such thing as "position power." Power can be exerted anywhere, whereas authority is limited by position. (I can tell my team member what to do, but I cannot tell your team member what to do.) Finally, although one's power cannot be affected by anyone else, one's authority can be increased or decreased by someone who holds a position of higher authority. Leadership. Leadership can be defined as the art of ...
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  • Role Models - 495 words
    Who are the Role Models of Today? Who are the role models of today? It seems as though the culture of today has the tendency to mistake who a role model is rather then what a role model should be. How, then, is a role model defined? A role model is a person in our lives that give us inspiration, hope and keep our spirits up. Roles models help us in our difficult times that we may have, by giving us words of wisdom that will help us get through our difficult times. We might wonder if we really need these role models in our lives? For instance, if we didnt have role models in our lives would we be able to over come our difficult times. Yes, we might be able to but would we have the extra encou ...
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  • Grinding It Out - 1,139 words
    GRINDING IT OUT: The Making of McDonalds Mr. Krog sold paper cups for Lily Tulip Cup company for seventeen years at $35.00 a week and played piano part time to support his wife and children in the early twenties. He was born in Oak Park, Chicago Ill. His father Louis Kroc left school in the eight grade to work for Western Union and steadily but slowly worked his way op the company ladder. His nick name was Danny Daydreamer he like to just sit and think so his mother started calling him Danny Daydreamer even in to High School when he would come home all excited about a scheme hed thought up. He was and has always been a hard worker to him he enjoyed work as much as he did playing baseball (hi ...
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  • Malcolm X - 740 words
    Hero is defined as many things. One is a mythological or legendary figure often of divine descent endowed with great strength or ability. A hero could also be a man admired for his achievements and noble qualities. A hero is a person that shows great courage and is an object of extreme admiration and devotion. When people think of a hero, they usually think of a strong and big man like Superman and Batman. Their whole life is dedicated to saving lives and helping people. To me someone who helps save lives is a hero, but there is also another type of hero. It can be someone who stands up for their rights and tries to change something that many people think could never be changed. Malcolm X is ...
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  • Television And Society - 981 words
    The commercial use of television began in 1946 and has continued to grow through the rest of the century. Television has changed how society spends its leisure time; how it feels about politics, how much people read, how its children are raised and how its culture is expressed (S5 p.701). The power that television has to influence people in various ways lies mainly in the fact that people spend a lot of time watching it (S7 p.8). So one can see why the type of programming being shown is so very important to society. Television has frequently been blamed as being the breeding grounds for all types of social ills (S7 p.71). The introduction of television has coincided with rises in crime and i ...
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  • Cults In America - 1,297 words
    ... to respect each other. Inside the cult, families are separated also. Families pose a threat to the leaders because they represent attachments and loyalties that challenge the leaders supremacy (Appel 106). One way to break up families is to break up marriages. In some cults couples are pressured to enter sexual relationships with other members encouraged by the leader. Some cults require members to play sexual musical chair and use orgies to break down inhibitions (Appel 110). In other cults sexual relationships are repressed. Sex is seen as sinful. Many couples are separated into one gender sleeping areas. This is one of the central ways to weaken a marriage. Ties between children and t ...
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  • Media - 1,262 words
    I believe that through media, societys viewpoints are swayed easily without critically thinking about the issues. In this paper I would like to focus on how the media has affected and will affect the people who are voting or are thinking about voting in the 2000 Presidential Election. The three main types of media I would like to focus on are television, radio, and the newspaper. First, I would like to give a short explanation of the three types of media I chose. For television, I chose to use MTV and CNN. MTV uses the campaign, Choose or Loose, which focuses on younger voters. MTV tends to stress topics that are more important to younger viewers, such as pollution or abortion. MTV doesnt ch ...
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  • The Heath Effects Of Smoking - 1,721 words
    In this report I am going to tell you some of the irreversible health effects of smoking and why some people start smoking. Some of the health effects caused by smoking are non-small cell and small cell lung cancer. An irreversible health effect is a permanent change in the structure and/or function of an organ system or a permanently increased risk of suffering from a disease or some other threat to health. Irreversible effects vary in intensity and are related both to the amount and duration of exposure and the age at which the person is initially exposed. A risk or effect may diminish over time, but it may also increase. Even after exposure has ended risk may remain for many years after. ...
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  • Why You Shouldnt Drink And Drive - 1,874 words
    Every person is accountable for his or her own right to drink. Failure to treat this or any right responsibly has consequences. The persons right can and should be taken away when the failure to act responsibly endangers other. Today I would like to talk to you about the problems of drinking and driving, and why it is a concern for all of us. Id like to start off by talking about the penalties of drinking and driving. Did you know that drunk driving is the nations most frequently committed violent crime? A chronic drunk driver is a person who has driven over 1,000 times before being caught. They do not respond to social pressures, law enforcement, and the messages that have been combined to ...
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  • Music Censorship - 1,284 words
    Healthy debates have been caused by today's music. Generally, foul language has rapidly increased within modern popular song lyrics, especially among rap and heavy metal artists' songs. An increase in explicit violence and misogyny in popular music lyrics has been recorded. These lyrics have been judged to be inspirations for violent, suicidal, and criminal acts. For example, Mr. Raymond Kuntz referred to his son's incident. ''When his wife went to wake their son for school, they found him dead of a gunshot wound, still wearing his headphones with Marilyn Manson's Anti-Christ Superstar CD still in the player. The boy's favorite song was ''The Reflecting God (Nina Crowley, ''Senate Hearings o ...
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  • Napoleon - 1,651 words
    Thesis: Why Napoleon Bonaparte is regarded as one of the greatest military masterminds in the history of mankind. I. Napoleons life since birth threw education. A. Education and bad treatment of Napoleon. B. Beginning of military career in French army. C. Accusations of treason, and beginning of new military come back. D. Favoritism by Barras for Napoleon. II. Napoleon battles, victories and first love. A. Napoleon defeats Austrian generals B. Napoleon meets Josephine de Beauharnais. C. Napoleon fights off Austrian and forms three new republics of Italy. D. Napoleon becomes a hero and wins Egypt. E. Napoleon gets defeated and goes back France and invades Italy once again. F. Napoleon wins th ...
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  • The Role Of The Inspector In 'an Inspector Calls.' - 2,393 words
    Discuss the role of the Inspector in the play. How does Priestley use him? Comment on the way the Inspector varies his treatment of the characters. An Inspector Calls is a play with many social and political messages. J. B. Priestley believed a great deal in socialism and he used several of his plays to try and influence people to be Socialist as well. It was written in a time when Britain was ruled by a Labour government and socialist policies were seen as the way forward. It was a popular way of thinking at that time so Priestley's aim for the play was probably to teach the unconvinced. The Inspector in J. B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls' is one of the most thought-provoking and mysteri ...
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  • Bob Marley - 1,378 words
    Bob Marley: Persuasion of the people with music Clemson University There are hundreds of thousands of people screaming for you on stage. The Prime Minister and leader of the opposition sit in the arena. Many thought this was a sight that would never be seen, but it was just the sight Bob Marley had in front of him at the One Love Peace Concert in Kingston Jamaica (April, 1978). This was his first appearance back in Jamaica in 14 years, an amazing show culminating with Bob joining the hands of opposing political figures onstage, and holding them firmly together. A hero and an icon while living, Bob Marley continues to influence people 25 years after his death (African Service News). His music ...
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  • The Hypodermic-syringe Model - 821 words
    The hypodermic syringe model suggest that the media is alike a magic bullet and when an audience is targeted it will immediately be knocked down when they are hit. The hypodermic-syringe model also suggests that society is passive and the media inject their media influence into society and manipulates it. The Frankfurt school envisioned the media as a hypodermic syringe, and the contents of the media were injected into the thoughts of the audience, who accepted the attitudes, opinions and beliefs expressed by the media without question. This model was a response to the German fascists use of film and radio for propaganda, and later applied to American capitalist society. The followers of the ...
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