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  • Mao Tse-Tung And The Chinese Marxist Theory: Mao Zedong

    Mao Tse-Tung, also known as Mao Zedong, was a principal Chinese Marxist theorist and the Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party from its inception as China’s governing regime in 1949 until his death in 1976. Economically, Tse-Tung is known for his introduction of multiple famous economic policies and five year plans, including the first Five Year Plan of 1953 and the subsequent Great Leap Forward, credited as responsible for completely redefining and modernizing the Chinese economy. In addition…

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  • Unit 2 Historic Buildings Like Westminster Palace And Their Effect On Strategic Tourism

    heritage. Heritage sites in UK attract the tourists all over the world. Historic sites in the UK like Westminster palace needed to be repaired and conserved from time to time. Therefore, there are various regulations are in existence for protecting the cultural heritage sites (Timothy, 2011). As per the above information, it can be said that in the UK BID is supported by the government and private sector too. These historic sites are assets for tourism development as mentioned in the above…

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  • Similarities Between British Police And Us Police

    Throughout the world, there is a great plethora of similarities and differences. For example, if we were to compare how a person lives in the city versus one in a rural area we would how they interact with others, possibly daily diets, and what they do for fun. Of course each person has their own way of doing their own thing if not life would be pretty redundant. The most fascinating part of this is comparing the similarities and differences of the British police and U.S police and what makes…

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  • Reflection On The Mistreatment Of African Americans

    This video also bring up important point concerning ethnocentrism and cultural relativism. Ethnocentrism is the concept of looking at other cultures, and comparing them in relation to your own culture. Using ethnocentrism usually causes the person to see other cultures as barbaric or inferior, while seeing their own culture…

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  • Mao Zedong Positive Effects

    “Let a Hundred Flowers bloom, let a hundred schools of thought contend” -Mao Zedong, May 1956 This was the beginning of the Hundred Flowers campaign, a movement within the Communist government aiming to terminate restrictions for Chinese citizens and granting them a freedom of thought and speech. Launched by Mao Zedong and the Communist Party of China in 1956, it encouraged Chinese citizens to share ideas, opinions, suggestions and allowed them to openly criticise the party and its policies.…

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  • Mao Zedong's The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

    Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (1966-76) launched and orchestrated by Chairman Mao Zedong aimed to maintain his power in the Chinese government by spreading his ideological beliefs. He aimed to destroy the Four Olds (old ideas, old culture, old customs and old habits). In foundation to this, the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Propaganda Department (CCP-CPD) sought to bring about ‘thought reform’ through the use of propaganda. Propaganda was disseminated into cultural aspects of…

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  • Benefits Of Cultural Anthropology

    Cultural anthropology is a branch of anthropology focused on the study of cultural variation among humans. Cultural anthropology also includes the comparative study of human societies and cultures and their development. As a student in Rochester New York and more specify at St. John Fisher I perceive cultural anthropology to be beneficial to me because it allows me to gain a greater understanding of people that are different from me. Although St. John Fisher is not as diverse as other colleges…

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  • The Tiananmen Square: A Student Movement In China

    A country’s decision to use force on its own people is always a difficult one. A country that has gone through many changes and still trying to find its way has to balance many factors when attempting to determine how to respond to a demonstration of it’s citizens. The use of military force to clear protesters from China’s historically and politically significant Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989 was the result of a tumultuous debate about the direction China must follow in the post-Mao era among…

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  • Essay On Desensitization

    Are Millennials the Most Desensitized Generation to Violence in Media? Violence is an ever-present theme throughout all of time. From a young age, children are exposed to violence through a plethora of both expected and unexpected sources. Nearly every movie, television show, book, etc. features at least once scene with some sort of violent event. Even religious scriptures such as the Bible, the Torah, and the Qur’an depict accounts and stories of graphic violence. At what point does becoming…

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  • Starbucks Corporate Culture Paper

    Practices Every Friday morning at a Walmart Supercenter store in Mexico, just as the night shift workers are concluding their shift and the morning shift is arriving, the staff eats breakfast together. This informal, but ritualistic gathering has not only become a tradition, it is an elemental component of the corporate culture of that particular Walmart (González, 2013). Furthermore, it is important to note that this activity is essentially free, the staff bring their own meals, but the…

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