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  • Macbeth - Shakespeare, beginning of the 17th century.

    Macbeth - Shakespeare, beginning of the 17th century.

    “King Lear” is a famous tragedy written by Shakespeare at the beginning of the 17th century. In this famous play there are two plots. The two stories are very similar, since they both show how men judge life depending on their views. The play is all about how men learn through suffering. The two principal characters, King Lear and Gloucester, contract different illnesses during the play that lead them to change in a better way.

    2 295 Mots / 10 Pages
  • Effects of the Economic Environment on Managers’ Decision-Making Activity

    Effects of the Economic Environment on Managers’ Decision-Making Activity

    Effects of the Economic Environment on Managers’ Decision-Making Activity BU5302 – Globalisation and Business – Tony Bithell + Lisa Conway J15707 Word Count: ________________ Plan ________________ Globalisation, which Johnson and Turner (2010) define as “the growing interconnected of countries world-wide through the increasing volume and variety of cross-border transactions” (p. 21), has arguably created the most dynamic and diverse environment in which a business can operate. Held, McGrew, Goldblatt and Perraton (1999) argue that the

    899 Mots / 4 Pages
  • Synthesis of the chapter : Myth and heroes

    Synthesis of the chapter : Myth and heroes

    Synthesis of the chapter : Myth and heroes Unit 1 : Myth or reality? What is a myth ? A myth is a symbolic tale that concerns timeless questions, such as death, God, the universe. It's connected to a belief or rituals. A myth is a story that explains or give value to the unknown. It's handed through history often through oral tradition. Some may have factual origins while other are fictional. 1- Thanksgiving The

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  • Falling sales of the Chilean retailer Saga Falabella in the Peruvian market

    Falling sales of the Chilean retailer Saga Falabella in the Peruvian market

    Falling sales of the Chilean retailer Saga Falabella in the Peruvian market Description: what is saga Fallabella Saga Falabella Falabella is part of one of the largest and most established companies in Latin America that conducts business through various business areas. The main ones are the department store, department stores, home improvement and construction, supermarkets, bank, travel and insurance. The department store is, today, the largest in South America with more than 65,000 employees in

    824 Mots / 4 Pages
  • Powers of the Queen.

    Powers of the Queen.

    Queen Elizabeth took office in february 6th 1952 and was crowned in June 2th 1953 at abbey of westminster. It therefore 64 years she reign. Queen Elizabeth de second is currently the one that ruled the longest, setting a record of her back great grandmother, Queen victoria. We may wonder whether what is true power of the queen of england. It was in July/August 924 appears the first king of england and also the first

    466 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Myths and heroes: How the myth of the American dream influenced people’s life and can we still believe in it? What is a modern-day hero? How have they made an impact on our lives?

    Myths and heroes: How the myth of the American dream influenced people’s life and can we still believe in it? What is a modern-day hero? How have they made an impact on our lives?

    1 / 2 Introduction: I’m going to talk about the notion of “Myths and heroes”. Myths and heroes refer to tales, legends, fictional stories and characters… A myth is a traditional story related to a country’s culture and history. A hero is someone who inspires people thanks to his noble qualities and a hero takes place mostly in a myth. But it seems that they are also still present in real life, they are created

    816 Mots / 4 Pages
  • The Black Rider, the casting of the 12 magic bullets, mis-en-scène par Robert Wilson

    The Black Rider, the casting of the 12 magic bullets, mis-en-scène par Robert Wilson

    Marine DAVID 09/11/2016 L3 – Arts de la scène Les ruptures esthétiques The Black Rider, the casting of the 12 magic bullets, mis-en-scène par Robert Wilson Wiener Festwochen, 1990 PLAN Introduction Comment Robert Wilson a-t-il fait d’un conte commun une œuvre très singulière ? I. Une œuvre singulière par son genre A/ La porosité des genres théâtraux B/ La dissolution du temps C/ Le minimalisme de l’espace II. Le bouleversement de la parole A/ Un

    3 419 Mots / 14 Pages
  • Reasons of the American Revolutions

    Reasons of the American Revolutions

    Armand BEAUDOR 12/01/2017 US History Ms Jester How did new colonial implement by the British after 1763 change American attitudes toward the king, Parliament, the English constitution? After 1763, American attitudes toward the British government worsened drastically because of the British and American different views, as well as British laws. One of these nations’ disagreement was over which assembly should rule. British attached weight to the parliament, which governed the entire Empire and represented the

    699 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Espace et échanges: What are the different aspects of tourism ?

    Espace et échanges: What are the different aspects of tourism ?

    This notion deals with the géographical an d symbolic areas that all societies occupy and the interaction between men and different societites, Our world is built on the exploration and conquest of new spaces, The different cultural, economies, sociological and language interactions have shapped and characterized pur modern day world. What's the different aspect of tourism ? Firstly iwill speak about the tourism, the mass tourism and responsable tourism, in a second time i'll speak

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  • The new rise of biometric banking

    The new rise of biometric banking

    The new rise of biometric banking The document we are dealing with is an article entitled « The new rise of biometric banking». It was written by Padraig Belton Business reporter. It was realiased on March, 20th 2015 on the BBC new online website. The main topic is Banking technology with its advantages, its limits and the new technology of biometric. The first part focuses on the Touch ID fingerprint. Apple was one of the

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  • Mythes et héros:Who is the new generation of hero today?

    Mythes et héros:Who is the new generation of hero today?

    Intro We all have a hero in our life who influence what we do or the way we think. A hero is a mythological or legendary figure often with great strength. It is also a person admired for his achievements, noble qualities or courage. A hero is an object of extreme admiration and devotion, icon and role model. The first appearance of heroes is in myth. A myth is a fictitous story which can convey

    587 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Spaces and exchanges: how did the American Dream shape the United States? Is the myth of the American Dream always of actuality?

    Spaces and exchanges: how did the American Dream shape the United States? Is the myth of the American Dream always of actuality?

    I am going talk about spaces and exchanges. First at all, I would like to give a definition of this notion. An exchange is the act of giving or receiving something in substitution for something else. In today’s modern – day world these exchanges can take several forms: economic – work exchanges, exchange of goods, trading across borders; cultural – exchange of ideas, information, education; movement of people – immigration, student exchanges, gap years... our

    646 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The legacy of the new deal by historians point of view

    The legacy of the new deal by historians point of view

    The legacy of the New Deal Who continues to debate the significance and the legacy of the New Deal and what does the historian's assessment of the New Deal usually aligns with ? Following the crisis caused by the bursting of the irrational speculative bubble inherent in a system of deregulated capitalism, President Hoover stubbornly persisted in a laissez-faire policy awaiting the resumption of the free market alone. For the American people, it was

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  • Presentation of the 2017 handball world championship

    Presentation of the 2017 handball world championship

    Diapo 1: We are going to present the 2017(Two thousand and seventeen) handball world championship. Diapo 2: First, a little presentation of HandBall and its main rules: * The game: It’s a team sport, each team is made of 7 players. Handball is played almost exclusively with hands. The play area is 40m (fourty) long and 20m (twenty) wide. Both team aim to score more goals than the other in order to win. * The

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  • Myth & heroes: what are the various type of heroes?

    Myth & heroes: what are the various type of heroes?

    Myth & Heroes. Today, I am going to talk about the notion of myth and heroes. First I would like to give a quick definition of that notion. A myth can be defined as a story about gods and heroes. It can be a tradition or a false story. A hero is someone who is admired for his achievements and for his noble qualities. It can be fictional like Superman or real like a

    379 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Idea of Progress: the prohibition, for the better or for the worse?

    Idea of Progress: the prohibition, for the better or for the worse?

    Idea of Progress The prohibition for better or for worse ? beverage = alcohol = liquor = booze Introduction Progress is the idea that the world and the society can evolve positively in therms of sciences, technology, modernization, living condition, etc. However, the idea of progress is still debate between those who consider that it’s beneficial and those for think that it’s harmful. The Prohibition in the United States may be in this debate. The

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  • The ring in The Lord of the Ring

    The ring in The Lord of the Ring

    The ring in « the lord of the ring » The ring (who is called the unique ring) is an imaginary object created by Tolkien in the novel « The lord of the ring ». There are many rings but the more important is this one. He is created by Sauron, the master of the darkness in the destiny mountain (the only place where it can be destroyed) for govern all the people in middle

    378 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Symbolism, Shadow of the wind

    Symbolism, Shadow of the wind

    The World of Books : Carlos Ruiz Zafon manages in this novel to bring books to life by explaining their souls. The importance of a book to its author and the affect it has on its readers is very well portrayed. Whether or not the book is a best seller, it still carries the soul of its author and of each of its readers. Forbidden Love : This book is replete with love stories. Lots

    832 Mots / 4 Pages
  • Myths and heroes: how the myths can represent aspects of the story of the United States?

    Myths and heroes: how the myths can represent aspects of the story of the United States?

    Anglais Myths and heroes : This notion, entitled myths and heroes, deals first with a traditional story about the history of a people or explaining phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events. In a second time, it deals with person who is admirated by his courage, his noble or superhuman qualities. This notion invites us to think about this question : How the myths can represented aspects of the story of the United States

    2 691 Mots / 11 Pages
  • A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: How Women’s Neglected Education Impedes Gender Equality?

    A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: How Women’s Neglected Education Impedes Gender Equality?

    A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: How Women’s Neglected Education Impedes Gender Equality Gender equality is the idea of men and women receiving equal treatment in society and that one should not suffer unfairness based on their gender. Throughout history, women have fiercely fought in order to have the same rights as men. In fact, women were given the right to vote in 1918 in England although equal voting rights between men and women

    2 302 Mots / 10 Pages
  • Seats and forms of power: what are the different aspects of form of power

    Seats and forms of power: what are the different aspects of form of power

    Intro : I'm going to talk about the notion of seats and forms of power, the second notion which we studied this year. To introduce it I must explain the meaning of places and forms of power. « Places » could be important buildings or institutions that represent a certain form of power, for example the white house. A place can also be a country or a state. « Power » is the ability to

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  • Places and forms of power: the power of the press

    Places and forms of power: the power of the press

    Places and forms of power: The power of the press I am going to talk today about the notion of places and forms of power and illustrate this notion with the power of the press. To begin with I would like first to define this notion: « Places » could be important buildings or institutions that represent a certain form of power, for example Buckingham Palace – a symbol of the British monarchy, the White

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  • Places and forms of power: the influence of the media

    Places and forms of power: the influence of the media

    Places and forms of power The influence of the media I’m going to talk about the notion places and forms of power. Firstly I would give a definition of that notion : Power : Is the ability to influence the behavior of people. Can help to create social cohesion but can also lead to conflicts and tensions. Even when the authority seems absolute, counter-powers can appeared to resist in front of this excessive authority. Media

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  • Places and form of power: how can we depict the differents forms of power, in various places?

    Places and form of power: how can we depict the differents forms of power, in various places?

    I’m going to talk about places and forms of power. First, What is the power? It’s the ability or official capacity to exercise control or authority over others. It can be a person, a group, or a nation having great influence over people. Power is exercised through a variety of relationships sustained or accepted, often internalized. The concept « location and forms of power » is very large, so we can we ask : How can we

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  • Locations and forms of power: how is persecution of the black community a form of power? How can persecution become a force?

    Locations and forms of power: how is persecution of the black community a form of power? How can persecution become a force?

    LOCATIONS AND FORMS OF POWER I'm going to talk about the notion of locations and forms of power. First of all, I would like to give a definition of this notion. It's the ability or official capacity to exercice control or authority over others. It can be a person, a group or a nation having great influence over people. The concept "locations and forms of power" includes the differents form of power, the submission or

    636 Mots / 3 Pages