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    Socio-Cultural Analysis

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    Andorra Our own field manual for Counterinsurgency, FM 3-24, defines culture as the basis of how people interpret, understand, and respond to events and people around them. Understanding what a population’s culture is and how all of our actions can affect a population allows us to be successful in all of our missions. In this essay I will be using the tiny principality of Andorra located inside the Pyrenees Mountains to show how to prepare a socio-cultural analysis to understand the culture or a region. We can better study our target community by breaking down culture into five distinct aspects. The biggest aspects of culture are symbols, language, tools, values, and transportation (Barkan, 2016). Symbols have the ability to be non-verbal,…

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    Anti-Semitism In Andorra

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    In principle, Andorra is about anti-Semitism and its significances. All the events happen in a state called Andorra. This is not the territory of Andorra, which is a small country in Europe but a made-up country that is a symbolic value for any land. This is to highlight that what occurs here could materialise in any country, period or culture. The central character is a young male called Andri, who resides with The Teacher (majority of the minor characters in the play have no name but are…

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    law for abortion is legal throughout all 9 months. But on the other hand Andorra is totally against abortion. Who ever has an abortion could go to jail for 2 to 3 years also, the person who did the abortion could go to jail for 4 years (Abortion clinics in Europe, 2016). Why do some places choose to make abortion illegal and other don’t? That’s a good question to ask, some countries have it illegal because it’s a risk against women’s life or against the baby’s life. Some have it legal because…

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    Located in far southwestern Europe Spain is geographically positioned in the northern, as well as the eastern and western hemispheres. Spain is bordered by the countries of Andorra, France and Portugal, and the British colony of Gibraltar. Spain is mostly an urban population with a percentage of 79.6%. The capital of spain is Madrid and Barcelona. The general geography of Spain is the Meseta Plateau which is rarely flat, and is in reality a mostly hilly highland area divided by the Cordillera…

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    Average Life Expectancy

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    In "the Average Life Expectancy Could Soon Reach Above 90 Years Old", by Maria Chang, she discusses how America is falling behind other countries on average life expectancy, despite its wealth. It is shown that countries with more money tend to have longer human life expectancies, because of their ability to afford to maintain a healthy environment. So why is the United States, the ninth richest country falling short in these ranks? "Researchers note that among rich countries, the U.S. has the…

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    independence, and two world wars to name a few. Also, America isn’t a nation of traditions, we happen to celebrate what anyone wants to celebrate. Generally, we are respectful and tolerant to others sexual and religious preferences. Finally, America is a place to explore, from the cold rocky mountains, to the hot Gulf of Mexico, and the rolling plains between, it has a little bit of everything. Ideally, what I believe makes an American, isn’t necessarily their origin of birth or where they…

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    For example, the Euro Crisis, because most of the countries that use Euro are from the European Union excluding San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City and Andorra, most countries suffered greatly such as Greece. Before the EU crisis, Greece was in great debt, this therefore has a great effect on the European Union. Because of this Greece’s national sovereignty is lost as it now relies on aid from other countries – including the US and Canada - and interface from other European countries to help…

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    liberalism 3. Institutional liberalism 4. Republican Liberalism Liberal States: • In the continent of America,these countries are following liberalism: Panama, Brazil, Paraguay, Cuba, Equador, Panama, USA, Mexico, Chili, Canada, Argentina, Peru , and many more. Now liberalism likewise embraced for Bahamas, Greenland, Aruba, Dominican Republic,Costa Rica, Grenada. • In the continent of Europe,the countries are: Estonia , Cyprus, Belgium, Greece ,Albania, Islandia, Armenia, Austria, Bulgaria,…

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    a lasting effect on the community, which they do not wish to relive. Joe Pieri has recently written about the taunts, which still come to mind when asked about his childhood. He writes, “The childhood taunts of ‘dirty wee tally’ had given way to ‘tally bastard’ these remarks bothered me no more than the weather did, they were part and parcel of my environment.” On the 11th of June, Winston Churchill announced to Britain that all Italian males between the ages of seventeen and seventy who…

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    symmetries in newly discovered stone axes made 100,000 years ago by an entirely different and extinct species: Neanderthals. (There's evidence that Neanderthals also built and sailed watercraft; there are Neanderthal stone cleavers that date back 170,000 years.) How could I not use these revelations to relate my own come-to-cave-art moment? In 2008, my wife and I spent a week driving through the stunning Spanish Pyrenees looking at small Romanesque churches, often alone, with no tourists…

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