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  • Southwest Airlines Culture

    that believes a well-treated employee will provide a more memorable and dynamic level of customer service is a top priority. Create a Narrative For Southwest creating a narrative that shows the heart of the airline means to show the sense of humor that is so oft3en found within the organization. This can range from the open and fun atmosphere that can be observed while on any Southwest flight, to the increase of sales. Slogans are used to create this culture. When the airline expanded through much of the United States, they used “You are now free to fly about the country”, more recently they began using the slogan “want to get away”, igniting the dream of travel. Even when a slogan has created a business issue for proprietary wording Southwest CEO agreed to an arm wrestling match to determine…

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  • Science In Yupiaq Culture

    • The scientific bodies of knowledge and scientific ways differ from other cultures. The way people view science in Yupiaq culture in southwestern Alaska is very different from the science we use in the United States. • We have adopted Western science in our curriculum in the elementary school system. Students are partaking in controlled experiments, replicability, and alleged objectivity which is practiced in a science laboratory which differs from what the indigenous people are doing. •…

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  • The Boundaries Of Immigration

    The Boundaries of Immigration Is it necessary to build a wall along the US-Mexican border? The wall might keep few individuals away from the United States, but is it enough to stop illegal migration? Recently, immigration has been the main issue in the American political election. “From the U.S. perspective, it is contiguous section of the continent acquired by the United States, beginning with Louisiana Purchase in 1803; continuing with the acquisition of Texas, the Oregon Territory, and the…

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  • Annexation Of Texas Essay

    The Annexation of Texas The annexation of Texas by the United States remains a controversial topic to this day. Occurring in 1845, it caused a great uproar amongst the citizens of the United States and Texas. The main question when debating the annexation of Texas is how it affected slavery. Indeed, and because the annexation of slavery served to extend the area in which slavery would be allowed, this caused a situation in which it shifted the balance of power away from the North and towards…

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  • Freedom Of Religion In Colonial America

    Religion was a large part of North Americans’ lives during colonial times. Many different groups moved to North America to escape religious persecution in their home countries. However, “freedom of religion” did not always exist in the present-day United States. While many groups came to North America to escape religious persecution, they only wanted the freedom to practice their own religion and did not necessarily want everyone to be able to practice their own religion. Until the Bill of…

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  • Mount Rushmore Case Study

    with a last particular target to help the economy of the state by pulling in tourism. In 1923, he suggested that this notable point ought to be fabricated from the stone pretends to work at an advantage Hills of South Dakota. Delegate Peter Norbeck of South Dakota grasped the proposal, and government financing helped the try. Robinson asked to outline and stone carver Gutzon Borglum to shape and mastermind the notable point. Borglum utilized Mount Rushmore for the model since it was with…

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  • Barack Obama Characteristics

    " Abstract " Barack Hussein Obama is an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He is the first African American to have served as president, as well as the first born outside the contiguous United States. He was born on August 4 in 1961 in Honolulu, He grew up mostly in Hawaii, but also spent one year of his childhood in Washington State and four years in Indonesia. After graduating from University , he worked as a community organizer in…

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  • The Importance Of Poverty In The United States

    According to the Census Bureau there is about forty-seven million people still living in poverty in the United States. With these forty-seven million people comes a poverty threshold which varies from state and the amount of people living in a household. The U.S Department of Health & Human Services states that the threshold for the 48 contiguous states plus the District of Columbia for just one person is $11,770. Again, this figure has accounted only for the inflation in salary and does not…

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  • Compare And Contrast Columbus And Indians

    Prior to the arrival of Columbus to the United States the land was primarily occupied by the native tribes. Columbus labeled them as the Indians as a result of his settlement on America instead of India for which he set sail for. The United States harbored various cultures, beliefs, cuisines, languages, dwellings, clothing, and much more from the diversity of each tribe. Studying about the everyday lifestyle of these tribes was of particular interest to me as they pioneered utilitarian ways of…

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  • Consequences Of The Lewis And Clark Expedition

    Lewis and Clark are known for completing a harrowing journey into the unknown regions of the United States and returning with a wealth of knowledge. The expedition proved to be a valuable asset in paving the way for western expansion in the United States. Unfortunately for the hundreds of thousands of Native Americans living in the West, the exploration spawned the notion of Manifest Destiny, a philosophy that American citizens were entitled to the land stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the…

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