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    Political censorship is the suppression of information and ideas by the official government (American Civil Liberties Union, n.d). Governments will suppress information for the positive view of the country and prevent opposing views about the government, allowing for prolonged standing. In Libya the Prime Minister has removed any negative independent broadcasting of information or print media, which is similar in Turkmenistan, where "cross censorship" has been introduced therefore creating an atmosphere of fear and in North Korea there is no independent journalists or broadcasting information available. Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya from 1942-2011 this reign was carried out in a cruel and strange manner. Gaddafi’s reign began with the removal…

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    Turrkmenistan Case Study

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    Turkmen families are usually large. Life expectancy: Life expectancy at birth: Total population: 69.47 years Male: 66.48 years Female: 72.61 years CHANGES IN VALUES AND CULTURE: Women are guaranteed equal rights and opportunities under the Constitutional Law and Turkmenistan has a clear commitment to gender equality.…

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    Shravan Kumar, Ginna Reddy, G. Ramaiah, 2014). Identification of the Injustice in Cotton supply chain We found many ethical issues related to the cotton supply chain, but the main unethical problem observed is the issue of force labour, most of the impact cause contribution to this problem is sponsored by the country itself, cases like Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan governments. Cotton Campaign is a coalition of human rights organisations, trade unions, socially responsible investors…

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    Cotton T Shirt History

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    Climatic conditions for cotton production are least attractive in Syria, Egypt, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Turkey because evaporative demand in all these countries is very high (1000-1300 mm) while effective rainfall is very low (0-100 mm) (Chapagain, Hoekstra, Savenije, & Gautam, 2005). Growing cotton here can lead in a rapid degradation of the already inefficient soil. The constant irrigation of the crops, required to keep the crops healthy, combined with the high evaporation rates will…

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    History of Hunting Caspian Seals Even though hunting seals began in the 18th century, in the 19th century, ruthless hunting destroyed the Caspian seal's population from millions to 100,000. Since 1900, over 90 percent of the Caspian seal's population has declined. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0067074 While hunting practices continue to this day, the Caspian states - made up of Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan - have put regulations and…

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    Comprehension Check (Page 93) The Americans had asked many questions to have more of an understanding of where she was from. The young Dumas had thought that Americans did not know a lot about geography. She had taught them how to say “I am an idiot” thinking it was a bad word. After the revolution Americans had thought they knew everything about Iran and its people and they have strong opinions about it. Summary: The story “With a little help from my friends” is an excerpt from a non-fiction…

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    usually attribute it to the larger cultural group (Oetzel). For instance when Archer and Lana were in Morocco Archer said “Guys here probably got nine wives and a jillion kids.” Fundamental attribution error also is a common thing that can lead prejudice behavior. Fundamental attribution error is the tendency to overestimate the influence of personal characteristics and underestimate the influence of situational factors when we explain others’ negative behavior especially when dealing with…

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    Marco Polo is a great explorer who was born in Venice, Italy around 1254. He was from a wealthy merchant family. He started to travel at the age of 17 with his father and uncle, Niccolò and Maffeo Polo. They were merchants who traded jewels with the Middle East through Asia. In 1271, the Polo family decided to go on a long, adventurous journey to China. They first traveled by sea to the Persian Gulf, and then were forced to take an ancient caravan route through present day Iraq, Iran, and…

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    In Chapter 7, we basically learned traditions, adapted foods, history, food habits, and etiquette of the Central Europe, Soviet Union (FSU), and Scandinavians. An interesting fact is that they were the earliest and largest groups to come the United States. There have been many great influences on American culture, especially in cuisine area. Many of them brought skills of bread baking, dairy farming, meat processing, and beer brewing to the U.S. They inspire others to assimilate their ethnic…

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    Geography Of Iran Essay

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    BACKGROUND PAPER ON IRAN 1. This background paper is on Iran. It discusses the geography, military, and US interests within Iran. 2. Iran’s geography is very unique. It is a Middle Eastern country, bordered by Iraq, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. It is also bordered by the Gulf of Oman, the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea.1 Iran is also within proximity to the Strait of Hormuz, a heavily traveled, narrow passageway that measures 21 miles at its…

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