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  • Female Characters In Lope De Vega's Plays

    Throughout the history of Theatre, we see numerous stories of powerful and brave men overcoming obstacles that deem them heroes. However, the same kinds of roles for women are scarce. It wasn’t until The Spanish Golden Age when the very influential Lope De Vega began to write plays that demonstrated the beauty of well-developed female characters. Of course, there are extremely notable female characters written before Lope De Vega’s time. However, while iconic in their own right, these female…

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  • The Mabo Case Analysis

    connection to the land. This decision also lead to the Native Title Act of 1993 which further recognised that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have rights to, and interests in, certain land because of their traditional laws and customs. These events are important because dispossession and denial of land was the first act in the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and Europeans. “Native title is very important to us because it has allowed us to get our…

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  • Shlosskirche Chapter 5 Summary

    Chapter Five The impressive Schlosskirche (palace church) is in the north wing of the Mannheim Palace, where the wedding ceremony was being held in the early evening of February 23, 1843. The Dowager Duchess Stéphanie was beaming as her daughter walked down the candlelit aisle arm and arm with the Grand Duke, Grand Duchess, and the groom, impressive in his new uniform adorned with ribbons and medals especially for the occasion. The bride was resplendent in the same gown her mother wore when she…

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  • Hotel Bone Poem Analysis

    Q. 1 Write about 3 lines for each of the following about the significance for Indigenous Land Rights in Australia: (a) “Terra nullius” Terra Nullius means that land without. When Captain Cook and his crew was in Australia , they decided the land was Terra Nullius. They acknowledge Indigenous people because of their primitive life. The High Court's Mabo judgement overturned the Terra Nullius fiction in 1982. (b) Protective legislation Victoria enacted Aboriginal protection act. This act…

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  • Gender Equality And Women In Sports

    At first before the passing of Title IX there were lots of Universities that didn 't accept women into their law and medical programs. When it came to athletics it was rare to see women plus they received very little support from the colleges athletic programs. Title IX was created with the same intentions as all the other civil rights legislation: “In our democracy, the government may not play favorites…

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  • Terra Nullius Legal Case Study

    When the British decided to migrate to Australia they had a precise idea that no one had taken ownership on the land that they had settled on and therefore declared the land Terra Nullius which means that the land did not belong to anyone. But in fact it did and there were already people who had claimed ownership of the land and were already living and breeding, through there own culture and ways on the estate, they were the aboriginal people. One of the major issues regarding Terra Nullius came…

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  • Aboriginal Land Rights

    was the native title act. The native title act was passed in 1933 and it replaced a 17th century doctrine of ‘terra nullius’ that means (no one 's land) Captain cook reached this assumption as his belief of settled land had solid house with clear boundaries/fences the law was put in place by the early settlers the native title act was a massive leap forwards.The native title act was put in place by the government to - ‘‘To provide for the recognition and protection of native title. To…

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  • Bankruptcy Fraud Research Paper

    Bankruptcy has become more and more prevalent in the past twenty years. With the high rise of bankruptcy, comes crime, bankruptcy fraud. Bankruptcy fraud can be done by either a business or an individual, this paper will only be about business bankruptcy fraud. What is bankruptcy? What chapters can a business file? What are the ways or types a business can commit bankruptcy fraud? What are the penalties for committing bankruptcy fraud? And what are some examples and cases of bankruptcy fraud.…

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  • Mabo V Queensland Case Study

    and hard work were recognised when he was selected as an Australian of the Year on January 26th 1993 by the Australian newspaper. According to Access and Justice 12e “All the Judges except Justice Dawson agreed that there was a concept of native title at common law. The nature and content of native law was determined by the character of the connection or occupation under traditional laws or customs.” The decision of the High Court was in favour of Eddie Mabo. The decision was purely based on…

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  • Chapter One Of Jerry Cormier's The Joy Luck Club

    The most valuable idea in chapter one is Jerry will go through pain and exhaustion for a spot on the football team. Jerry perseveres through all the hard drills to prove to the coach he is worth making the football team. (Cormier 5) The most valuable idea in chapter two is Jerry was assigned the “chocolates” prank by Archie but Obie disagreed that he should be the one because his mom passed away recently. (Cormier 15) The most valuable idea in chapter three is Jerry wishes he could dress more…

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