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    After the American Revolution, Americans were fixated on a Republican ideology of not only being politically independent but financially independent as well. This meant working for oneself to create a product to then sell for profit. In support of this ideology, another was born named Artisan Republicanism. The idea of an Artisan Republic was one that distinguished small producers who owned their own businesses, thus making them “independent”. These artisans were not dependent on employers or wages. Then further along comes the Industrial Revolution, which threaten skilled labor and the notion of an “Artisan Republic”. The Industrial Revolution not only changed early American ideologies but working and living conditions, urbanization, public health, life expectancy, and the emergence of a middle class. Americans resisted the development of new working processes with strikes and labor unions such as the National Trade Union, however the changing organization of work and growing number of wage earners challenged the idea of a republic of property owners. To put the industrial revolution in simplest terms, it was…

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    Research Paper On Antsy

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    Artisans create a brand that includes themselves, their art and their ideas to continue being in demand (Krugh, 2014). They label their products as “handmade” in order to clearly differentiate themselves from similar products that are mass-produced and to remind consumers of the work they have put in each of their creations (Krugh, 2014). The personalisation of each item is what appeals to consumers and staying authentic is part of the brand (as cited in Krugh, 2014). Creating what the customer…

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    Project at the Sundance Film Festival, the team behind the movie had already released a website about the project. After the film’s immediate success at Sundance in January 2009, the film was bought by Artisan Entertainment who decided that the website would become the highlight of the film’s marketing ventures (Klein, 1999). As the public release date came closer, so did the added information on the film’s website that hinted that the documentary could actually be real. Those who accessed the…

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    fish wastage in Nigeria is more than 40% of the total fish catch in the remote riverine areas of the country. Post-harvest losses are a serious issue that needs to be reduced in the artisanal fisheries sector in other to increase fish production. These losses have an adverse impact on fishing communities whose status and income often depend on post-harvest activities (FAO, 1994; Emere & Dibal, 2013). Such losses also have a detrimental impact on the socio-economic life of the fishing villages…

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    The Old Man And The Sea

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    the old man’s side no matter what. the old man taught the boy how to fish when he was just a lad. They have been very close for years. They are pretty much inseparable. The old man has been very unlucky when it comes to fishing lately. He has went eighty four days without catching a single fish. The boys parents do not want him to fish with the old man any longer because he has had such bad luck. Manolin 's parents don 't want Santiago 's bad luck to rub off on their boy. They then have him…

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    Salmon fishing has always been a semi-reliant source of food for natives in all parts of Alaska for centuries. The prosperity of the salmon in these areas has been necessary to the survival and prosperity of Alaska 's ancient and current inhabitants. The debate on salmon in this reason is often surrounding two main questions: Why are the salmon populations flourishing, and why are they not in other areas of the united states. These questions and more can be answered not by looking at current…

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    Sheila is a seventeen year old teenager. The narrator has been stalking and watching Sheila for quite a while now. He finally gets the courage to go up and ask Sheila out on a date. “It was late August by the time i got up the nerve to ask her out.” (Wetherell,pg.36) There was a concert in town which he invited her to. She accepts the offer of a date with the narrator. Not so thrilled that they are going on a boat. Once she heard about going fishing she was disgusted by it and said fishing was…

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    “Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim” says Vicki Harrison, the author of Dressed to Thrill. Learning to swim is something that almost anyone can accomplish. Much like swimming in the ocean, no matter how overwhelming it can become, everyone can learn to cope with their grief. For the main character in A Christmas Carol, however, he strives to take on his grief without learning…

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    Hooked on Fishing Some people never get to experience the thrill of fishing or they just don’t like it. I am lucky enough to have an uncle with the same interests as me. I thought that getting up early on the Sunday before the last week of school would be horrible. I was at my grandma’s house and was getting up to go fishing on my uncle’s boat. I had gone fishin previously, but only in small ponds with small fish. We drove all the way to Lewiston on a windy day and put the boat in the water.…

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    you gotta approach scholarship search like fishing! SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH IS JUST LIKE FISHING In Louisiana, I go fishing a lot with my dad and Uncle Gilbert. It amazes me that we fish in the same water as other anglers who catch nothing, and we still slay them! You have to know the hot fishing spots, what bait to use, the pending weather pattern, the right equipment to use, past successes of others, etc. But the fog of war is still involved, and the enemy is an empty cooler and no fish to eat.…

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