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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Global conflict

The world is changing rapidly and the changes are likely to lead to a global conflict in the future. The world population is increasing at an alarming rate especially in […]

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Sigmund Freud: On Human Nature

According to Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic investigation, the human nature comprises of some deep characteristics which yearn to satisfy certain needs and impulses such as aggression, ego that drives him towards […]

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Form Follows Function: Relationship between Form and Structure

Architecture has always been one of the major means of expression of social and cultural changes in a particular society. Each historical period is characterized by a particular art movement […]

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World Literature Syllabus

The syllabus for world literature should be composed so that the studying of certain works of literature provide students with the understanding of literary, cultural and historic context of the […]

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Essays on Organizational Behavior and Theory

A. Basic Human Processes Coping with Organizational Life: Emotions and Stress Sometimes it is difficult to achieve something in this world – a world which is simply called a global […]

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Concert Report

The first piece I am going to discuss is the Liederkries movement from the piano concerto, No. 2 Intermezzo by Robert Shumann (1810-1856), the great composer of the Romantic era. […]

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Outstanding Photographers: Irving Penn and Jan Groover

Every area of human activity is divided into certain periods with regard to the technological development, changes in social behavior, shifts in political regimes, and distribution of power. Photography is […]

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How can Teachers Teach Critical Thinking?

Given the fact that, during the course of recent decades, the course of socio-political and scientific progress in Western countries had attained clearly defined exponential subtleties, it comes as no […]

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Jacques Le Goff

The term “intellectual” The term “intellectual” in the Middle Ages We have seen the term “intellectual” itself as a word representing a certain kind of a person, a member of […]

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Saatchi Gallery: My Perception of Art

Every member of the global community should learn about history and arts to be able to reflect the vision of the contemporary world. I have decided to visit an art […]

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Multiculturalism and “White Anxiety”

Almost 6 decades ago, the “separate but equal” doctrine was declared to be unconstitutional after the landmark case of Brown v. Board of Education (Martin 121) took place. It could […]

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Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright is an American architect who remains one of the most famous designers of the world due to his original ideas and unusual for ordinary Americans vision. Still, […]

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Argument essay on graduates

Strike organized by the institutions of higher learning in San Francisco lacked foundation, both in size and organizational style. According to Barlow and Sharpio, what began as a simple anxiety […]

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The Future of Music Production

From the early 20th century, people have listened to music using a record player device, i.e. the music is recorded first. Improvements in technology led to the design of the […]

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The History of U.S. Banking Crises: Cause and Effect

According to economists a banking crisis can only be considered a banking crisis if there is a systematic panic (Calomiris, 2008, p.1). This simply means that the panic is widespread […]

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