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    Eth/125 Case Study

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    more than just secretaries in the business world. There are still issues that need to be resolved to give complete equal rights, but every day I see it getting closer. • What is the status of women in the U.S. today? Women in the United States today have the same rights as men, and other races. Women are still scrutinized, and not given full equality to men. In some instances they are paid less for doing the same job, and our subject to sexual harassment. Women are dominant…

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    make the game Breakaway by toning down the nudity for the United States version. The more adult version in the United States would be available for the internet gamers, which would allow nudity. The Mexican market wants to join in the market but needs the violence toned down. This game has three different options to make all kinds of revenue. 3. Discuss the acceptability and commercial use of sex, violence, and gambling in the United States? Any and everything is acceptable in today’s…

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    run our state. As Governor Rick Perry put it, the Texas Model is a four-part “recipe,” low taxes, low regulation, tort reform, and “don’t spend all the money.” The next topics she discusses are the Texas revolution and Texas annexation. Texas gained independence from Mexico and soon after joined the…

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    The belief that the Cold War was inevitable is completely false. Undoubtedly there would be tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union after the war, but to claim that their disagreements would inevitably result in some degree of a Cold War is inaccurate. Had the countries resolved their disagreements in a more diplomatic fashion, there would be no form of a Cold War, there would only be slight tension. To say that the Cold War was inevitable is to deny that Truman and Stalin and…

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    Food, Inc. is a 2008 documentary directed by Robert Kenner. Food, Inc. introduces unaware Americans of the topic of America’s corporate controlled food industry. Food, Inc. highlights how fast food has encouraged a huge growth in the production of food which resulted in food safety becoming a second thought. Food, Inc. illustrates the importance of consuming healthy and non-contaminated food. With factories becoming larger due to the increase in need for food faster, industries are finding any…

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    that the most critical and vital is the state. It is the primary vehicle for diplomacy, stability, defense and cooperation in a world of anarchy with no other actor existing above it. The nation-state has existed since 1648 after the Peace of Westphalia. The two international theory paradigms I will be using to prove my point is Realism and Liberalism, both in how they conflict with one another, but as well, the common points both paradigms share that the state has an important role to play as…

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    English has been spoken in America as a national language for so long. Every American knows how to speak and even right fluent English. The American English, though slightly differs with the British English. In the recent times, there has been an ongoing debate about whether the country should be multilingual or remain with the monolingual ways of speaking English as the national language. There have been various scholars writing about English as a language. Their viewpoints differ significantly…

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    Strength in Numbers (A discussion over reinstatement of conscription) Are you willing to make sacrifices to ensure the future of freedoms and prosperity provided within the United States of America’s borders? Some individuals would argue that it is every able bodied American’s duty to protect our way of life. One method capable of achieving this lofty goal that has been and is used by governments worldwide is conscription. Conscription is a mandatory enrollment in a government service or…

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    Racial discrimination is one the provocative problems we have in our society today. Significant amount of people in our society today focus on all different racial groups of people and discuss their fairness, discrimination, and prejudice. The United States of America that is known to be one of the most diverse and freest racist countries in the world. However, the African slave trade has contributed to the environment of a racist culture in America by degrading the African races and teaching…

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    Disenfranchised Groups in America "What if the skinheads want to do the Pledge of Allegiance, we 're gonna [sic] do that too?" said Laura Ingraham, on her radio show."To some people that would be offensive, we 're gonna[sic] let them do that?"(Connar) Ingraham was commenting on an upstate New York school where a student saying the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic, with the intention of celebrating and promoting multiculturalism during foreign language week. There are many people in this country…

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