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    Orientation to College is a great course that I have taken this semester. I have learned a lot of things that I have been using on a daily basis and I can use in the future. This course has also made it easier for me to understand my other classes as well. My grades are one thing that I have been maintaining at an great average because of this course. I have learned to reflect and give my opinion about a topic that is being discussed. I know that this course is going to help me in the future and…

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    The Discipline Investigation paper enables students to gain knowledge about the work they will be doing when they enter their careers, particularly how they will be using language. I am very keen on writing this paper, because it will enable me to find out how Management Information System professionals interact in a company on daily basis. My professor, classmates, and other faculty members on the LLD 100A portfolio group are my audiences for this paper. A discourse community is a group of…

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    and using their videos and ideas. In this case, disney is suing Professor Faden's "A Fair(y) Use Tale" digital mashup. In his video he used clips of Disney movie, mashes them all up trying to clarify and define the meaning of copyright law in a amusing way . After observing this video Walt Disney decided to sue Professor Faden for infringing its copyright, which is iconic, because he was trying to explain fair use and got accused of copyright infringement leading this case to court. Before the…

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    Housing Discrimination

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    religions. Women, people with disabilities and families with children may also face barriers to their fair housing rights. For many families, discrimination in housing was brought to the forefront in the 1960s. In the United States before 1968, laws were not established to protect minorities from inequality and discrimination that occurred when attempting to purchase a house, or apartment. Thus, the Fair Housing Act of 1968, also referred to as Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act, was created to…

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    Who Created Globalization

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    Globalization is the process where different countries interconnect, and trade goods for the purpose of making business out of what each other can produce, often these trades impact each country differently. Kenneth Pomeranz, and Steven Topik, discuss in their book “The World That Trade Created” how globalization has impacted the world since early history. Trade creates a wider gap between rich and the poor, this being a negative impact for the poor, where they continue to get even poorer. Where…

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    preservation of much of the original bio-diversity in planted areas. One of the main problems for some regions is water pollution arising from wet processing. To address this issue, the Organization assists coffee farmers in producing countries to use environmentally-friendly technologies for the washing process through pilot projects in Africa and Latin America. It is vital that coffee production and processing should take into account environmental needs to ensure sustainability. It is also…

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    Aaron Carter Failures

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    5 ex-celebs who are completely broke today (-- removed HTML --) We all love to fantasize about what we'd do with fame and fortune. Well, these ex-celebs had them both and found a way to lose them too. Here are some names you might recognize that did just that. 1. Aaron Carter The preteen pop singer found himself filing for bankruptcy in 2013, despite selling over 10 million albums worldwide in the last 20 years. Carter, now 30 (feel old?), was more than $3.5 million in debt, mostly from not…

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    The State Fair of Texas, full of fried foods, car shows, live entertainment, and plenty of rides and games, was back in town in Dallas, Texas. Spanning from September 25th to October 18th, this was the fair’s 129th year to be alive and thriving. Starting in the 19th century, “American fairs and exhibitions reflected the nation’s agricultural-based economy.” The fair was initially a way to offer education, resources, and entertainment, and this is the way I used to see it. I loved going to…

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    Life must have been irrational back in early Europe. Slap happy, drunken, and crazed people was all there was back then. The only rational people were the King and Queen, and any other royalty. A lot of stuff has changed since the medieval times in Europe, and to experience it was extraordinary. At some point time I had learned about the medieval times and what it was like, but never really experienced it. What exactly is the Renaissance Festival? I found this to be a reoccurring thought on the…

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    A Cafecito Story is a story of love, coffee, and hope. Based on Miguel and Carmen’s small coffee farm in their native Dominican Republic, A Cafecito Story shows how the return to the traditional methods of shade-grown coffee can rejuvenate and fix up the landscape and human culture. In Central America, coffee is the second most important export after oil. A Cafecito Story tells the story of an important beverage that brings nations together and unites people in trade. The story starts out from…

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