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  • Pneumonic Plague In Eurasia

    Run, hide, bribe, pray, cheat, it wont work with death, it is the single greatest equalizer of man kind. The pneumonic plague spread though the Eurasia continent infecting and killing anyone who came in contact with the illness, making it a key example of how death is truly unbiased. It is often believed that the “Black Death” was an epidemic contained with in the European continent, over the years the plague has become localized to England, Italy and Germany. This illness was not an epidemic it…

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  • The Out Of Africa Theory And Multiregional Evolution Theory

    Understanding the spread of early modern humans has been a question many anthropologists and archeologists have been try to answer. There are two main theories discussing the spread of early modern humans: Out of Africa Theory and Multiregional Evolution Theory. The Out of Africa Theory suggests that Homo erectus evolved into Homo sapiens in Africa, and after the evolution, they ventured out of Africa and dispersed to all around the world. The Multiregional Evolution Theory suggests that Homo…

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  • Compare And Contrast Nazi Germany And The Soviet Union

    Introduction Back in the 19th century, Germany was under the control of dictators. Adolf Hitler is believed to have controlled Germany from 1935 to 1945. Over this period the country was regarded Nazi Germany. Stalinist on the other hand ruled the Eurasian continent under the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1991. In his reign Stalinist embraced socialism in lead the state. Despite their vast ruling approaches, similarities and differences were identifiable especially on the ways Hitler led Germany…

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  • Mount Vesuvius Impact On Society Essay

    Earthquakes and Society While researching volcanic eruptions that had a major impact on humans, there are many different sizes and outcomes across the earth. One volcano that had one of the greatest impacts to not only the people but, the surrounding town and environment is Mount Vesuvius. Mount Vesuvius can be found on the western coast of Italy and is one of the only active volcanoes in that region. The fact that the major city Naples and other surrounding cities are within close…

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  • Domesticated Pigs Research Paper

    snouts”(Bradford). The domestic pig is also known as the Sus Scrofa Domesticus or Sus Domesticus. Their kingdom is Animalia; class is Mammalia; order is Artiodactyla. Pigs are called commonly called swine or hogs. “The domestic pig originated from the Eurasian wild boar”(Giuffra). “Pigs are in the Suide family, including eight genera and 16 different species”(Bradford). Mitochondrial DNA was tested to come up with the origin to be made. Domestication of the pigs are thought to have happened…

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  • The Outsider Archetype In George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four

    The Outsider Archetype in Nineteen Eighty-four In every society, there are always those rare intellectuals who don’t quite fit in with the crowd. These are the kinds of people who tend to watch from a distance and question what is going on around them. The outsider archetype in George Orwell’s dystopian novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four, is Winston Smith. Firstly, Winston uses his knowledge against the party instead of for it. Secondly, he is the only person that still holds an appreciation for…

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  • George Orwell's Use Of Propaganda In 1984

    To manipulate an audience to believe certain ideas, companies use propaganda. Today’s society and the societies of the past use many forms of propaganda. A few types of propaganda include cardstacking, glittering generalities, bandwagon, assertion, testimonial, and plain folk. In George Orwell’s novel, 1984, the Party adopts Big Brother as their main form of propaganda to manipulate and control the citizens of Oceania. Comparatively, in Skechers ad for their new Burst tennis shoes in Glamour…

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  • Santorini Myth

    is volcanic small island group located 200 km southeast of Greece in the southern Aegean Sea composed of five islands (Thira/Thera, Therasia, Aspronisi, Nea Kameni, and Palea Kameni). It lies on the convergent boundary of the African plate and the Eurasian plate (Aegean subplate),…

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  • Eurocentric View Of Globalisation

    Globalisation is defined to be the “process by which businesses or other organisations develop international influence or start operating at an international scale” (Oxford Dictionaries, 2014), however the actual process by which this happened is debated. I would like to define it here as the inter-exchange of ‘cultures’ whether that be social, economic or political aspects. When referring to the impact of globalisation on a country the influence on society, economy, politics and even security…

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  • The Destruction Of Language In 1984, By George Orwell

    you” (Orwell, 19) . They have no choice but to believe that the past has changed. Even as young children, citizens are taught to obey the party. To illustrate, one of Mrs. Parson’s children yells at Winston, “you're a thought criminal! You're a Eurasian spy! I'll shoot you, I'll vaporize you, I'll send you to the salt mines” ( Orwell, 23). Thought crime alone is enough to mold our minds into a new form. Fear can make anyone cower and obey, even if deep down they know what is actually…

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