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    experienced some violent moments with the French Government, to search for their lost identity within the French territory. It is devoted to the origins of the culture and searching for the identity of the native Kanak people of New Caledonia. By using haptic architecture within its architectural form, Renzo Piano desires to regain the balance between modern culture and traditional culture by capturing certain relationship with the French Government.…

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    colonization of the region, for it was through the forts located on islands on the river and located around the coast that the European colonists provided guns, cloth, and industrial products to the interior. Through these forts, French influence spread until they had full control in a traditional colony. Due to four cities being colonized earlier, which formed the basis of the four communes, Senegal had Blaise Diagne representing the colony in the Chamber of Deputies in Paris. This was a…

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    by force, from being a country ruled by a king with a “God given right”. The danger is that if this identity was in any way redefined then all the angst and self sacrifice of those turbulent times would have been in vain. What form would this redefinition take, why should it take place, what would be the disadvantages or consequent dangers? Are there in fact any inherent dangers at all in attempting to change one’s identity? A national Identity is an organic construct. It changes over time as…

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    that of its morals". (87) He went on to propose the Jewish population renounces their laws and judges and live by the laws of France in order to attain their citizenship, and any who refused should be banished. The end of this debate shows a pathway to citizenship for the Jewish population of France, but it is not absolute and has roadblocks which could exclude many Jewish people from attaining citizenship. Free Blacks and Slaves The next debate was over the free black and slave…

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    The French Revolution was about the citizens of France wanting better for themselves. During the revolution, the people cultivated strong ideals. Those ideals were essentially liberty and equality, for every single citizen of France. As a byproduct, those ideas produced “democracy, human rights, and citizenship”Those ideals were so strong in France and such an intensely vibrant way of thinking. (some might even say an enlightening way of thinking) It was able to topple a feudal regime and put an…

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    Do you believe social networking can have a big effect on you or others? As of January 2014, there are 48% more Americans using social networking sites since 2008 (Pew Research Center). Social networking is one of the best things to happen in today’s society. The different sites that are made for social networking are being used by multiple individual’s years round, in many different ways. This topic has been a huge argument. Some may see social networking as a bad thing for our society but, I…

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    opinions and beliefs than by facts and evidence. The idea of social media was floated around, the idea of deciding someone’s fate based on personal opinions was presented, but nothing stuck until someone offhandedly asked opinions on an argument they had with a friend: whether or not a cat was still considered part of the ‘black cats are unlucky’ superstition if it wasn’t entirely black. This led into a discussion about what qualified as a black cat and a discussion about to what lengths people…

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    Historically, the United States has been wrought with discrimination and segregation. In the past decades we have become a population without segregation, but did we end discrimination? The answer is no. Media shapes our understanding and view of individuals and crime. Media is our main source of information and our news stations and papers have the power to change the minds of readers. From these outlets we get our information of crime and who they deem “criminal”. The way these are presented…

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    today have relied on the news to see what is going on in the world around them. It sparks opinion among people in subjects such as politics, entertainment, social events, and many others. Journalism and news has continuously evolved throughout time. It first started through the word of mouth. Then it printed itself on paper. Eventually it got onto our screens. Today, the world’s reliance of news lies mainly in the hands of social media. This fact has raised questions as to if social media has…

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    21st century is known to be the start of new beginnings. It was that generation where machineries evolve the economics and social life of the human beings: from traveling to one place to another, a click of a button for communication, and to sending news to the residents of the world. But, as the year progress the mortals abused the capability of these machines. One of the problems is how they report news and how they edit stuff to create news and spread rumors. Can news reporters be fully…

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