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    nearly all social welfare measures had to be stricken down. Thatcher had come into a notoriously weak economy in Britain, and by the end of her time in office, the British economy saw a powerful recovery thanks to Thatcher. In lieu of varying levels of protest, Thatcher managed to restructure the British welfare state into an elitist fiscal bubble. The artificial control of inflation and deflation helped to regulate the distribution of available funds to Britain’s citizens, in favor of creating the demand for jobs in a specialized small-sector economy. To some Thatcher’s deliberate failure to provide for all people can be viewed as the reason for Britain having uneven distribution of private wealth, however her aim was to stabilize an economy, and her objective was completed by 1990 through precise fiscal policy derived explicitly from Thatcher’s individual…

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    I disagree that nationalism is inherently dangerous because it creates and encourages xenophobic attitude and policies. Nationalism does encourages fear and terror within a nation, but that does not mean it is dangerous. That fear and fright that nationalism creates, keeps a nation safe and secure. It also gives that same nation, hope and pride. Nationalism provides strength and motivation for citizens, so that one can be beneficial for their nation The good of nationalism has its positive…

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    TRISSY NGUYEN 000751185 COMN-152 A CULTURE STAR One of the best time I felt privileged in Canada was when I dressed in Ao Dai to go to the church. Ao Dai is the traditional costume of Vietnamese people, and it is also one of the sets of clothes that I extremely like. Therefore, I often wear Ao Dai to go to the church. It happened on that Sunday as I wore Ao Dai to go to St Mary's Cathedral Calgary, in which most of Canadians attend. After the Mass, the Catholics went to the front lobby of the…

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    From ecological postmodern perspective theory on the identity and curriculum theories, attempt to give an identity description as a Canadian is quite satisfactory. The most inspiring about this theory is Canadians identifying their real selves in relation to places outside Canada. I like the Current trends on commercials which are unearthing the real Canadian identity. Examples of commercials like Rant and I am Canadian Anthem are admirable in their approach in utilizing nationalist plots in…

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    Have you ever though about rather Providence Canyon should become a national Park??There is a lot of history behind the Canyon.The Grand Canyon is know as the Little Grand Canyon.The grand canyon is know from it's features.Say if an animal there you never saw before you would like to see and you would have the opportunity to see that once in a life time animal.The Canyon should be considered a National Park that would be so fun.It would be enjoying and a World class experience.Based on…

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    Good Morning, Esteemed Guests and welcome to the Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony. Many of you have lived in Australia for a few years and already know how fantastic, scenic and amazing it is. I will prove this to you with my following arguments. The first point is that Australia has incredible landscapes. Secondly Australia has an amazing history and many opportunities. Finally Australia contains a diverse amount of people which allows us to make many different friends. Would you like to…

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    290-291) As such, a number of artists which perpetuated the image of the Indigenous in Canada were credited for appropriating the cultures through their art and literature. Emily Carr, for example, is widely accredited for her work on documenting Indigenous Canadian landscape and culture. The CBC acted as a vehicle for broadcasting this work to the rest of the nation, which aided in bringing otherwise unexplored territory to the fore. The limits, therefore, are not plain to see, as initially it…

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    How is the theme, Cultural Identity reflected in the poems“Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” by Moniza Alvi and “Search For My Tongue” by Sujatta Bahtt? The poems “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” and “Search For My Tongue” are both poems that convey the theme of Cultural Identity by personal experiences. “Presents From My Aunts in Pakistan” focuses on the idea of confusion and loneliness of belonging to two different cultures, while “Search For My Tongue” gives the reader an idea of the…

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    Marriage is a relationship between two people in which they can start to create a family, there are many different rules for marriage and every religion has its own rules and beliefs, and this relationship must be built on faith and loyalty. Marriage between different nationality helps people to know about other’s cultures, habits, break bonds between countries. On the other hand, some religions have rules on marriage from other countries or regions, for example Muslim women can’t marry other…

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    As the world is getting bigger on a global scale, people strive to find an identity for themselves in a community and environment that may not always work in one’s favor. The impulse to do something beneficial for the greater good becomes a fixation that cannot be neglected because of a person’s obligation to participate. While not everyone feels the need to contribute, those who do, get their accountable consciences from the responsibility they acclaim. This is evident in the lives of people…

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