Day: 5 April 2020

The Evolution of Rebetika

Evolution of Rebetika and Greek Music through Ethnic Identity

The Evolution of Rebetika: The Construction Of Greek Popular Music through Ethnic Identity Introduction Rebetika is a genre which is fundamental to Greek national identity. While the country went through decades of political upheaval, its music in turn developed and changed accordingly. This dissertation will question the origins of rebetika – a genre which was …

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Teenage Pregnancy Facts; A Social Issue in the US

Abstract Teenage pregnancies and birthrates are a major cause of concern worldwide. On a historical point of view hearing about teenage pregnancies isn’t new. According to our history, it was back then absolutely common for girls to be married during their late adolescence and in the process they experienced first birth during their teenage part …

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Tattoos and Criminality

Tattoos and Criminality – Correlational Behaviour

A) Tattoos and Notions of Deviance Tattoos are body adornments which have been found all over the world with different respective meanings and purposes. They can function as aesthetic, protective, a marker of group membership or part of a ritual (Fisher, 2002). Tattoos have historically been correlated with tribal and primitive people such as the …

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Cinema Paradiso Review

Cinema Paradiso Review: Themes and its International Reception

Nuovo Cinema Paradiso film review by Giuseppe Tornatore: an Analysis of the Film’s Themes and its International Reception  Introduction Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (also known as Cinema Paradiso) is a 1988 film, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, which charts the life of Salvatore Di Vita, known as Toto, and his love of cinema. It was first released …

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How Democracy Dies

A Review of “How Democracy Dies” in context of the Trump Regime

The authors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt posits in their book “How Democracies Die” that democracies are based on informal rules. Two of them are mutual toleration which is acceptance of your rival as legitimate and forbearance which is restraint in the exercise of power. They further hypothesize that American democracy survives because of the …

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Access to One’s Private Data without a Warrant: A Threat to Privacy Rights

Access to One’s Private Data without a Warrant: A Threat to Privacy Rights Right to privacy is a fundamental right available to every person.  It is enshrined in a sovereign’s constitution if not enacted by it’s legislation.  If the statute or law enforcement run counters the fundamental law, the Court would always rule against the …

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Social Network and Social Capital of Special

Social Network and Social Capital of Special Education

Social Network and Social Capital of Special Education and It’s Effects on their Implementation of Teaching Strategies Education is a matter of right across all human beings living, regardless of status, conditions and color; more so for those some people with special needs. Thus, education must be inclusive. However, in as much as teachers in …

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Standardisation of English Since Middle English

Standardisation of English Since Middle English Period up to the Present Day

1. Introduction The dialects of English in the present times can be viewed as the extension of the language areas that was recognised during the Old English period. The segregation of dialects in England can be done on the basis of northern, central and southern regions that have been retained till date. The linguistic study …

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Range of Linguistic Features that Typify Spoken Communication

Introduction In this assignment, an attempt has been made to understand the linguistic features that would vary on the basis of various factors like the gender and the purpose of communication. Communication can be formal and informal and when engaged into spoken communication, linguistics takes an important role. These linguistics features can vary according to …

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Influence of Leadership on Employee Engagement at IBM

Influence of Leadership on Employee Engagement at IBM

Exploring Leadership and its Influence on Employee Motivation and Employee Engagement  Chapter 1: Introduction This chapter briefs the readers regarding the introduction of the research topic: Exploring Leadership and its Influence on Employee Motivation and Employee Engagement. It gives the background of the study and why the researcher has undertaken this paper. It also presents …

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Madge Gill and Abbe Foure Work: Critical Analysis

Introduction The contemporary society has seen the focus of the artists shift to modern artistic work. The artists have always demonstrated efficacy in the way the artwork is undertaken and this is essential towards sending the desired message to the respective audience. The creativity of the artists is always manifested in their artwork and they …

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