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  • Nationalism: The Early Twentieth Century

    attachment one feels to their own country or nation, either from a feeling of collective identity or individual feelings. Nationalism was an important topic of discussion during the early twentieth century because it was one of the main catalysts of the First and Second World Wars. Prior to WWI, a Serbian nationalist terrorist group attacked the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand when he came to visit Serbia to promote positive relations between their nations, killing him and his wife. The…

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  • Rhetorical Techniques Used In John F. Kennedy's Speech

    across the nation. Through the use of rhetorical devices such as strong dictation, emotional appeals, powerful language, and brevity, Kennedy was able to deliver and immensely effective speech that inspired and emboldened his audience. One of the most notable devices used in Kennedy’s speech was simply the way it sounded. He focused…

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  • Nationalism, Religion, And Print Capitalism In Imagined Communities By Benedict Anderson

    According to Anderson, nations are imagined as limited, sovereign, and a community. He believes the answer to why millions of people to kill or die for a country begin with the roots of nationalism. A census was a quantity of identical units, a map focused on the antiquity of specific…

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  • Tribal Communities

    Tribal communities, in the Amazon Basin, are rooted in tradition. These traditions may seem very foreign to Western cultures, but these tribal societies are now changing rapidly to defend the place they call home through use of technology and languages familiar to our culture. The advancement attempts made the the communities may not be enough; specific communities have been forced to take aggressive measures. The Amazon Basin and its forests are said to be in danger from ventures such as…

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  • Ethnic Groups In America Case Study

    1. Why did people who lived in the US before get upset when new groups arrived? – People who lived in the U.S. before got upset when new groups arrived because it, “…seeds of new and serious social problems for American society and an acceleration of its social and structural breakdown” (2). In addition to a “structural breakdown,” it also made Americans worry that the United States was no longer prepared to manage its borders and therefore losing the idea of American standards. Americans also…

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  • Essay On Hugh Seton Nationalism

    Hugh Seton-Watson divides nations into two categorized on the basis of their formation process; old continuous and new nations, which he believes is more relevant distinction than historical and unhistorical typologies. The old continuous nations, France and Britain for instance, are those which developed national identity or national consciousness before the formulation of the doctrine of nationalism. They date back to the 1600s before the French Revolution. The old nations emerged through…

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  • Cherokee Relationship

    relationship with the whites have produced numerous benefits. Although there is no reason for this favorable relationship to change, the circumstances presented to us at this point in history have necessitated an adjustment in the relations between our two nations. The preservation of Cherokee sovereignty and the Cherokee people themselves is a goal of myself as a Cherokee, as well as all of the Cherokee and esteemed white members in attendance at this summit generously held at…

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  • Secondary Research In Esl

    For my particular project, I will rely heavily on peer-reviewed secondary research by scholars in the field of anthropology / sociology who have undertaken similar studies across the nation, but also my own gathered data from on-site personal interviews. My secondary research strategy is comprised of searching through academic publisher sites for relevant, peer-reviewed, and valid scholarly articles. My methodological approach will begin by addressing secondary research on topics of ethnic…

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  • The Future Of Globalization In Climate Wars By Gwynne Dyer

    Truth Hurts The future of globalization is one of potential, potential to be many things. The world may globalize to a point where all countries will unionize. Globalization may also cause countries to get at each other’s throats; Climate can force a nation into a state of crisis and violence. Globalization also has the possibility to one day slow down; countries may try to limit globalization to preserve culture or other important items, such as oil or fresh water. As our world progresses, so…

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  • Thailand Situation Analysis

    Geographic Areas: The population is mostly rural, concentrated in the rice growing areas of the central, northeastern, and northern regions. However, as Thailand continues to industrialize, its urban population - 31.1% of total population, principally in the Bangkok area is continually growing. iv. Migration rates and patterns: 0 migrant(s)/1,000 populations (2006 EST.) v. Ethnic groups: Thai 75%, Chinese 14%, other 11% III. ECONOMIC STATISTICS AND ACTIVITY: 1 Thai Baht = 0.0273059164…

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