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  • China's Liberation Army

    its military might with intent on securing their interests abroad and domestically. In this paper I plan to discuss the modernization of the People’s Liberation Army and how its current military buildup influences South East Asia. The People’s Liberation Army of China was founded on August 1st, 1927 by Mao Zedong of the communist party. The army since its establishment…

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  • Farewell My Concubine Film Analysis

    Farewell, My Concubine is a Chinese film that presents the lives of two men who found great fame in Peking opera in 20th century China. While the film shows their skill within the art and the successful lives they gained with it, it also shows the hardships that they had to face as children, then later as adults when the government and society of China changes before them as they age. This film is not only a great introduction to the vibrant and beautiful art of Peking opera, but also provides a…

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  • Frederick Douglass Influence On Education

    Frederick Douglass Education allows us to see the world in a new light and gives us opportunities to better ourselves. To be educated can mean many things but in many ways becoming educated can liberate us. It can liberate us from socio-comic strains or simply from our own stubborn opinions. Through the process of becoming “educated” we can learn to see things from a whole different perspective. For Frederick Douglass, education allowed him to become aware of the cruelty and disgusting truth…

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  • Captivity Louise Erdrich Summary

    In the poem, Captivity by Louise Erdrich, a deeper meaning of the hardships and liberation of captivity are shown. The overall meaning of the poem the author is expressing to the reader is that one should follow the word of god while being held in captivity, but to not limit themselves to being narrow minded and limited in terms of thinking. The narrator of the poem is expressing to the audience that the experience of her capture was eventually an eye opener to her. It is a unique experience…

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  • Loose Change Analysis

    Education and Sexuality: Different Processes of Liberation It is common practice to define a period in history by the experiences of the people living during that time. However, this presents an issue when those few experiences are generalized and expanded to represent an entire population during a given time period. When considering the two texts Loose Change: Three Women of the Sixties by Sara Davidson and Migrant Daughter: Coming of Age as a Mexican American Woman by Frances Esquibel Tywoniak…

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  • The Homecoming Analysis

    thirst for it. I would die for it.” (Fornes 1362) The darkness she describes is her miserable environment, whereas the light is the change that she seeks to achieve. Furthermore, Mae mentions that she is willing to die to experience the sense of liberation from her current situation. Her reality has become so bad that she was willing to escape her current existence by experiencing death. Death, to Mae, was an experience that would enable her to free herself from the gloominess of her natural…

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  • Ideologies In The 20th Century: Democracy Vs Communism

    Throughout the 20th century, the great clash of ideologies occurred, being known as democracy versus communism. More specifically, many ideologies that had emerged from this era revolve around the idea of socialism. Ideologies such as Marxism-Leninism in Russia or Maoism in China crop up and create new foes of democracy. Many of these socialist ideologies hold their appeal to groups in the Global south due to their high levels of poverty. Many of these people are stricken economically and find…

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  • Single-Issue Movement Analysis

    There are approaches that go beyond the framework of the NSMs, mainly by saying that there are even newer formations of movements. Much of this idea comes from the fact that NSM theory does not actually encompass all modern social movements (Day 722) and yet is the predominant theory for the categorizing modern movements. This idea of an alternative framework for modern social movements that was produced by from Richard Day. He laid out the problems with the NSM theory such as how most NSMs are…

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  • ISIS Movement

    As a movement, the main driving power of ISIS has been the physical force, and how this has created an uprising. But throughout this movement putting aside the destruction, ISIS has attempted to create credibility and sought to be seen as a legitimate state. ISIS has had a clear message, and that has led to recruitment of a large military force, and the intimidation of enemy forces, and the global media. In recent times there has been various factors in the lead up to this type of movement,…

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  • Dr. Armando Navarro: The Fifth Most Dangerous Academic In The Nation

    Armando Navarro’s path to social service, as told by him, began with serving in the US Army for 8 years beginning in 1960. Navarro aspired to become an officer in the military and by 1967 when he was to be promoted to Captain, he quit after becoming aware of the contradictions of our foreign policy and his disapproval with the war on Vietnam…

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