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    Refugee: The Bosnian War

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    foreign country, as in time of political upheaval, war, etc.” (“Refugee”). Immigrants have been coming to America for hundreds of years as refugees. Most recently, the Syrian refugees have been struggling to find safety here in America. Another case of many people immigrating to America due to times of crisis is during the Bosnian war. These two circumstances have many similarities, including why the two people groups came to America, and the controversy behind both circumstances. The background of these people groups helps pave the way for the similarities of the two. The Syrian war has been going on for over five years. Currently, the death toll is over…

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    Sheri Fink’s 2003 nonfiction work War Hospital reports, in great detail, the atrocities of the Bosnian War at Srebrenica through the lens of the war medicine that was practiced there. Fink takes both a macro and micro approach to explaining what happened at Srebrenica in the early 1990s. She chronicles the actions, thoughts, and experiences of individual doctors, both Bosnian and international, who risked their lives to treat injured civilians in the most challenging of conditions. Alongside…

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    The Bosnian War Analysis

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    the exploitation of the Croats harmed their Bosnian allies just as much as it helped them, resulting in the further seizing of land and resources and the spreading of the war into areas it otherwise would have passed over. However, the Bosnian government would likely have fallen completely without their assistance, as the Serbs marauding in the region were equipped, funded, and supplemented by troops from the militarily superior nation of Serbia. One of the final blows in Bosnia, and the one…

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    Over 100,000 people died in the Bosnian War, as a result of the disintegration of Yugoslavia, and it’s leader, Josip Tito, was not even alive. A dictator is someone who has taken control over a country and transformed it into a state of totalitarianism, usually by means of force, although Josip Tito not only had a strong military but a wide base of support that allowed him to arise. His policies and ideas were more liberal and he leaned towards a more democratic society, however there were…

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    To properly discern the influence of literature, critique of the author’s writing style is entirely crucial. While content and plot are too influential, it is truly the way the author chooses to incorporate character, feeling, and symbolism that make a piece of literature worthwhile. Steven Galloway’s novel The Cellist of Sarajevo is focused on three main characters: Dragan, Arrow, and Kenan. Each is struggling to maintain hold of the hope of the Sarajevo they knew and loved one day returning.…

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    there are resources in place to avoid mass persecutions, wars, and genocides. One of the most widespread and recent persecutions occurred about 20 years ago in the Yugoslavic region. In 1991, the country of Yugoslavia began to break up between the different ethnicities. When the republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina declared independence in 1992from Yugoslavia, war immediately sprang into action. The Serbians targeted Bosniaks – a Bosnian Muslim ethnic group – and Croatian civilians in a campaign…

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    The Egyptian Pyramids

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    When an individual tends to think of pyramids, their mind usually wanders off the the great pyramids of Giza, or just the Egyptians in general. What many are not aware of though, is that in there are pyramids of various shapes and sizes in many different parts are the world, with some of them being found in unexpected locations. In 2008, a set of three “pyramids” were found in Visoko, Bosnia. Bosnia is located in Eastern Europe near Croatia and Serbia, and the discovery of these pyramids was…

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    Sexual Crime Sociology

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    Rape and sexual assault during a time a war have been largely neglected by the general population and scholars, and few empirical studies have been conducted to understand this phenomenon. However, rape has been an unstated requirement for wars over many years. That is why is is important to understand what brings certain individuals to commit these crimes. Therefore, my research will focus on the genetic and evolutionary factors as well as the sociological aspects that bring a person to…

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    experienced a tragedy. Whether it big or small there are events in our lives that will never leave our everyday thought. There are people who we may never be able to find the strength to forgive for bringing pain upon us. Occasions in which challenge our minds to their breaking points. “The Bosnia List: A Memoir of War, Exile, and Return” by Kenan Trebincevic is an autobiography about his personal experience of surviving the ruthless war and ethnic cleansing that broke out in his Eastern…

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    She said that she came her to attended the University of Florida and liked this college better. She moved to the University of Florida about a month ago. Also, the international students moved a week before the rest of the students. I then proceeded to ask her how many languages she spoke and she said that she spoke three which included Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian. My next question was what were some of the biggest differences that she saw between the university and in her home country. She…

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