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  • The Importance Of Discourse And Communication

    Theoretical part 1- The scope of study:- The scope of study is written media discourse analysis whether this discourse in news paper or magazine, and its role in the process of social communication. Media discourse according to (Van.Dijk, 1943,) is “Media discourse was semantically transparent: A meaning or a set of meanings is formed up usually By ruling groups and this is then carried to other sub-…

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  • Ebola Virus Research

    healthcare in West Africa. The Ebola virus caused a vast amount of fatalities throughout West Africa over the 40 years this disease has been known of. Discovered by Dr. Peter Piot in 1976, health care professionals work hard to educate and to prevent the transmission of the disease as much as possible. The Ebola outbreak in 1976 differs from the outbreak in 2014 due to the education and information doctors have today. Education and Technology was more developed in 2014 and scientist had more…

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  • Economic Ideas In Adam Smith's The Wealth Of Nations

    the division of labour ‘the greatest improvement in the productive power of labour, and the greater part of the skill, dexterity, and judgement with which it is anywhere directed, or applied, seems to be the effects of the division of labour’ (Smith, 1976, Book 1, Chapter 1, Section 1). Here Adam Smith considers specialisation and the division of labour and uses a pin factory as his main example. This aspect of the book is probably the most famous. In the second chapter Smith builds on the…

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  • The Importance Of Community Tourism

    Tourism, according to United Nation World Tourism Organization (Tourism Glossary, 2014), is “a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes. These people are called visitors (which may be either tourists or excursionists; residents or nonresidents) and tourism has to do with their activities, some of which involve tourism expenditure.” The first thing that needs…

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  • Poddar Case Summary

    VITALY TARASOFF et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA et al., Defendants and Respondents S.F. No. 23042 Supreme Court of California 17 Cal. 3d 425; 551 P.2d 334; 131 Cal. Rptr. 14; 1976 Cal. LEXIS 297; 83 A.L.R.3d 1166 Superior Court of Alameda County, No. 405694, Robert L. Bostick, Judge. Introduction The plaintiffs are the parents of the deceased Tatiana Tarasoff accused the defendants Gold,Moore, Powelson, Yandell, and the Regents of the…

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  • Anarchism, Individualist-Communism

    In 1975, Britain’s political climate relentlessly declined to conditions that were even more disastrous. David Simonelli the author of “Anarchy, Pop and Violence: Punk Rock Subculture and the Rhetoric of Class,1976-78” writes, “Many working-class teenagers had a hard time finding their first jobs because of the recession. Eight million people, 15 per cent of Britain’s population, were between ages 13 and 21. Two thirds of them were working class… Many left school…

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  • Weeping In The Playtime Of Others Analysis

    The juvenile justice system in the United States is stained with an immensely dark past. In 1976, Kenneth Wooden uncovered the atrocities that were occurring within America’s juvenile correctional system when he released Weeping in the Playtime of Others. In hopes of protecting children and initiating change in the juvenile justice system, Wooden addressed the lack of human rights and legal justice in juvenile issues, the origins of delinquency, the abuse and neglect within America’s juvenile…

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  • Third Party Doctrine Essay

    Starting with a robbery back in 1976, the ‘Third Party Doctrine’ is the legal theory that the United States judicial system still uses today to determine our expectations of privacy, even on modern technology and the internet. The theory was created when the Smith v. Maryland case was ruled in favor of the government in the Supreme Court, claiming that information voluntarily turned over to third parties had no reasonable expectation of privacy. Sense that 1976 case, there has been several other…

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  • Misconduct Case Summary

    Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc., 89 N.M. 575, 555, P.2d 696 (1976) and Rodman v. New Mexico Employment Security Department, 764 P. 2d 1316 (N.M. 1988) demonstrates behavior and repetitive actions of insubordination that is necessary to constitute misconduct. These cases are valuable in proving that Anderson does…

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  • The Crux Of Jeffrie Murphy's Rationality And The Fear Of Death

    interfere with all the good things in one’s life; additionally, the second part of his conclusion is that a fear of death is irrational when it can serve no legitimate purpose in one’s life or when it cannot aid one in avoiding bad things (Murphy, 1976). He implies a person with this kind of irrational fear that interferes with his life typically is the kind that requires medical or psychological help, but it seems like those are only the extreme cases and that a rational fear of death is quite…

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