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  • Places and forms of power : what are the different ways members of a society can use to protest?

    Places and forms of power : what are the different ways members of a society can use to protest?

    I’m going to introduce to you the notion of places and forms of power. • In politics and social science, power is the ability to influence the behavior of people. In or- der to live together members of a community accept rules, regulations, laws. This helps to create social cohesion but can also lead to conflicts and tensions. Even when authority seems absolute, there are always counter-powers which question it, aim at limiting its ex-

    614 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Spaces and exchanges : immigration int the USA

    Spaces and exchanges : immigration int the USA

    The notion I am going to deal with is « Spaces and Exchanges ». To begin with, I’ld like to give a definition of the notion : an exchange is an act of giving and receiving something else in return. It can also be seen as a continuous movement or circulation. There are different kinds of exchanges : media, people, trade… To illustrate the notion, I have chosen to talk about immigration in the USA.

    547 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Espaces et échanges, how the various waves of migration and the periods of boom and bust in Ireland have given rise to different forms of economic, social and cultural exchange.

    Espaces et échanges, how the various waves of migration and the periods of boom and bust in Ireland have given rise to different forms of economic, social and cultural exchange.

    Synthèse * A space is a geographical limited area where interactions happen whether between a space and another or between individuals in a same space. An exchange is the act of giving or receiving something in substitution for something else. We are going to show how the various waves of migration and the periods of boom and bust in Ireland have given rise to different forms of economic, social and cultural exchange. Axe1: The Great

    771 Mots / 4 Pages
  • General characteristics of the Anglo-American legal systems

    General characteristics of the Anglo-American legal systems

    ANGLAIS General characteristics of the Anglo-American legal systems Introduction : Generally speaking, America and Britain are called the common law. What does it mean? In fact, it’s not easy to give a precise meaning of this term. It is used in a nombre of different ways, different aspects. We can say basically that there is 3 basic uses of the term common law. First, when we say common law, this term is used as a

    16 162 Mots / 65 Pages
  • Spaces and exchanges, immigration in the usa

    Spaces and exchanges, immigration in the usa

    Spaces and exchanges: immigration in the USA The notion I am going to deal with is “spaces and exchanges”. To begin with, I’d like to give a definition of the notion: an exchange is a continuous movement or circulation. There are different kinds of exchanges: people, trade, media etc. I would like to tackle this notion thanks to the theme studied which is the immigration in the USA. Indeed, more and more people are crossing

    782 Mots / 4 Pages
  • Into the wild, book and movie comparison

    Into the wild, book and movie comparison

    Into the Wild, book and movie comparison Into the Wild is a book written by Jon Krakauer, it is also a film directed by Sean Penn, they both talk about the life of Chris McCandless, a young man who went on a journey throughout the United States, leaving everything behind and isolating himself from society and from his family. But the novel and the movie both have different ways to the Chris McCandless’s story. We’re

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  • Seats and forms of power : how important is the power of the media over today's society and how far can it go ?

    Seats and forms of power : how important is the power of the media over today's society and how far can it go ?

    Seats and forms of power The traditional three powers are legislative, executive and judicial powers. They are the basis of modern democratic systems as notably structured by Montesquieu in his famous power separation doctrin. Progressively, new powers have influenced people. They are known as the fourth and the fifth power. The fourth power is the power of the media and the press. The fifth power is the power of the economic system or the power

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  • Place and forms of power: Why did the Australian hurt so much the aborigines ?

    Place and forms of power: Why did the Australian hurt so much the aborigines ?

    Place and forms of power I’m going to talk about the notion places and forms of power. I’m going to give the definition about this notion: first the power is a kind of strength who allowed to have the upper hand on everyone some people can use this power to save the world, but other can make bad use. We worked two documents in classe. My problem is Why the Australian so much hurt the

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  • The life and work of Dr. Jonas Salk

    The life and work of Dr. Jonas Salk

    The life and work of Dr. Jonas Salk Scientists can, and have in several occasions, revolutionize the world through their advances in the different fields in whice they dedicate their lives. This is especially important in the medical field, where lives are saved every day with the development of new technologies, medicines and vaccines to previously devastating illnesses, as is the case with Dr. Jonas Salk. Salk dedicated himself to the study of polio and

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  • Location et forms of power : How can you reach and keep power and what can be the consequencies of the quest of power ?

    Location et forms of power : How can you reach and keep power and what can be the consequencies of the quest of power ?

    Anglais ppc I’ am going to talk about the notion locations and forms of power so let me give a definition of power. Power is the ability or official capacity to exercise control, authority like the state, the government or political organization. Its also a person , a group or a nation who have a lot of influence or control over others. To illustrate the notion i have chosen to deal with tv series and

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  • Places and forms of power : what is the most dangerous thing: a gun or a kinder?

    Places and forms of power : what is the most dangerous thing: a gun or a kinder?

    I'm going to talk about « Places and Forms of Power». First of all, I would like to give a quick definition of this notion. “ Places ” could be important buildings or institutions that represent a certain form of power, for example Buckingham Palace which represent the British monarchy. “Power” is the ability to control others and may leads to conflict between those who have power and those who don’t. Power can be

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  • Seats and forms of power: what is the impact of new technologies in the pinted press ?

    Seats and forms of power: what is the impact of new technologies in the pinted press ?

    Seats and Forms of Power Power is the ability to control other, events and resources. In today's modern world the press is the power of the news in our society. Recently the popularity of internet negatively impacts the pinted press. We going to see what is the impact of new technologies in the pinted press ? The press is all means of diffusion of written information, includes especially daily newspapers and periodicals. A newspaper is

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  • AN APPROACH AND GENERAL OERVIEW TO FRAMING THE STRUCTURE OF THE COURT SYSTEM AND CASE MANAGEMENT

    AN APPROACH AND GENERAL OERVIEW TO FRAMING THE STRUCTURE OF THE COURT SYSTEM AND CASE MANAGEMENT

    I. INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL REMARKS II. EFFICIENCY, EFFECTIVENESS REGULATION AND JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE III. COURTS AND CASE MANAGEMENT: A GENERAL OVERVIEW IV. PROCEDURAL, CULTURAL AND STRUCTURAL ARRENGEMENTS. V. HORIZONTAL ARRANGEMENTS. VI. VERTICAL ARRANGEMENTS A. The right to appeal in comparative perspective B. Superior Courts case management and cases selection. C. The supreme courts dylemas VII. CONCLUSIONS. I. INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL REMARKS With unprecedented enthusiasm the justice system is currently embracing case management, but the courtship has

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  • Twitter and Facebook, what are the new opportunities that these platforms offer to advertisers?

    Twitter and Facebook, what are the new opportunities that these platforms offer to advertisers?

    Subject: Twitter and Facebook, what are the new opportunities that these platforms offer to advertisers? According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, digital media advertisement revenue will surpass television advertisement spending faster than expected this year. This shift emphasizes the growing importance of opportunities online platforms have to offer. Platforms such as Twitter and Facebook play a major role in influencing consumer tastes and establishing trends. Companies must be able to anticipate what

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  • Notion d'anglais spaces and exchange immigration to the usa

    Notion d'anglais spaces and exchange immigration to the usa

    Anglais : Notion n°1 SPACES AND EXCHANGES Introduction : Today, i'm going to deal with the notion of spaces and exchanges. To begin with, i would like to give a definition about that. The Word "spaces" can be linked to the geography, so, the countries, the cities and the landscapes and the word "exchanges" can be linked to the economy, the communications and the society. To illustrate this notion i will talk about the immigration

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  • The pros and the cons of investing abroad

    The pros and the cons of investing abroad

    The pros and the cons of investing abroad Intro: On the one hand, investing abroad has many advantages for companies and countries. With the globalization, the trade market has no borders. On the other hand, there are harms, especially when it comes to the country’s economic policy. Consequently, we make the pros and the cons of investing abroad for companies. 1. The pros Grow the business: The opportunities of investing abroad are many. First, they

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  • Spaces and exchanges : To what extent can we consider a global city as a place of diversity through the case of NYC?

    Spaces and exchanges : To what extent can we consider a global city as a place of diversity through the case of NYC?

    Spaces and exchanges : Project 1 : On top of the world Prbl : To what extent can we consider a global city as a place of diversity through the case of NYC? The notion I’m going to deal with is Spaces and Exchanges. First of all, when thinking of Spaces and Exchanges, what comes to mind is that all societies are somehow defined by the geographical and symbolic spaces they occupy and how they

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  • Strong and weak points of the french energy sector

    Strong and weak points of the french energy sector

    Strong and weak points of the French energy sector BILAN PG 113: Discuss the strong and weak points, illustrated by sections A, B and C, in the French energy sector. France has become a resource poor country. The French’s gas and oil have almost run out, wood is no longer a sustainable disposition and hydroelectric power has been used for a long period. Dispositions had to be taken to meet the needs of the highly

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  • THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FORCE MAJEURE UNDER ENGLISH COMMON LAW, EUROPEAN CIVIL LAW AND IN US/CANADA LEGAL SYSTEM IN COMPARISON

    THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FORCE MAJEURE UNDER ENGLISH COMMON LAW, EUROPEAN CIVIL LAW AND IN US/CANADA LEGAL SYSTEM IN COMPARISON

    THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FORCE MAJEURE UNDER ENGLISH COMMON LAW, EUROPEAN CIVIL LAW AND IN US/CANADA LEGAL SYSTEM IN COMPARISON. WHICH MODEL OFFERS A BETTER SOLUTION AND IS MORE EFFECTIVE FOR INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS? by Gurban BAGHIROV A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree in Master in International European And Comparative Law Track International Law Major: International Business Law TOULOUSE CAPITOLE UNIVERSITY August 2015, Toulouse Table of contents 1. Introduction............................................................................................................... 1 2.

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  • The effect of livestock on global warming and its relation to world politics

    The effect of livestock on global warming and its relation to world politics

    The effect of livestock on global warming and its relation to world politics Authors: Majsa Storbeck, Lucas Machlein, Jeanne Robert, Dongyun Kim, Vanessa Hautle Class: World Politics Tutor: Adriana Melissa Ávila Loera Date: 24th of November 2017 ________________ 1. Introduction One of the most pressing global issues we face today is global warming, one of the effects of human activity on the environment (Smith & Zeder, 2013). Global warming results in climate change: as the

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  • Places and forms of power, african american recognition

    Places and forms of power, african american recognition

    NOTION : PLACES AND FORMS OF POWER THEME : AFRICAN AMERICAN RECOGNITION Introduction: I’m going to talk about the places and forms of power. To begin with, I would like to give a definition of this following notion: « Power » is the ability to control others, events, or resources; the ability to make things happen despite obstacles, resistance, or opposition. This of course leads to conflict between those who have power and those who

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  • Places and forms of power: Which means have american people used to impose power?

    Places and forms of power: Which means have american people used to impose power?

    I am going to talk about the notion of Places and forms of power. First of all i would like to give a definition of this notion: The term "power" is the capacity to make things happen or not. It is to succed in whatever we undertake. Certain spaces are where the authority takes place. Such as special institutions like buildings, international firms, lobbies or metropolis. In these places, different forms of power exist. For

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  • The Quest for Freedom in Charles Johnson’s Middle Passage and Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

    The Quest for Freedom in Charles Johnson’s Middle Passage and Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

    Introduction Thomas Lewis in his article “Transatlantic Slave Trade” claims that, “Transatlantic slave trade, segment of the global slave trade that transported between 10 million and 12 million enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Ocean to the Americas from the 16 the to the 19th century” (Lewis 1). African slaves were brought from Africa through the Middle Passage, which was the central part of the triangle trade “whereby goods were bought from Europe to exchange for

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  • Spaces and exchanges : why did people emigrate to the USA?

    Spaces and exchanges : why did people emigrate to the USA?

    Spaces and exchanges I'm going to present the notion « spaces and exchanges ». An exchange is the act of giving or receiving something in subtitution for something esle. It can take several forms : economic, cultural, movement of people. I'm going to talk about the movement of people to USA. WHY DID PEOPLE EMIGRATE TO THE USA ? Over the last decades, the US-Mexico border has become a debated issue. It is one of

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  • Spaces and exchanges : is the Trump Wall useful?

    Spaces and exchanges : is the Trump Wall useful?

    Introduction : I'm going to talk about the notion Spaces and exchanges. To begin with, I'd like to give a definition of exchange. The different spaces of the world are nowadays more and more connected to each other. The exchanges can appear on many forms: people, trade, information . The immigration is linked to this notion as it implies the motion of legal and illegal people to other countries. Immigration: from dream to disillusion. I’m

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