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  • Idea of progress, How the United States and in particular London has an important weight in the cultural power of the 60s?

    Idea of progress, How the United States and in particular London has an important weight in the cultural power of the 60s?

    “Sweet Sixties” page 32. “The times are changing”p33 “Made in Dagenham”p38 "London. Mary (Export) Quant" lien video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXRiSrW6Pdg introduction To discuss the notion of Idea of Progress, i will give you a definition of it.The Idea of Progress can be defined as a development or a change technical, scientific or social advance which contributes to making the world a better place. To discuss the notion of Idea of Progress We Will Wonder How the United

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  • Oral bac anglais LV1 - IDEA OF PROGRESS

    Oral bac anglais LV1 - IDEA OF PROGRESS

    IDEA OF PROGRESS I’m going to talk about the notion Idea of Progress. The idea of progress can be defined as an improvement, a development or a change, a technical, scientific, or social advance which contributes to making the world a better place. In order to illustrate this notion, I have chosen to talk about the American Civil Rights Movement in the 60’s. The American Civil Rights Movement is a term that encompasses the strategies,

    485 Mots / 2 Pages
  • To what extent did the media contribute to the results of the Brexit vote ?

    To what extent did the media contribute to the results of the Brexit vote ?

    The contribution of the media to the results of the Brexit vote To what extent did the media contribute to the results of the Brexit vote ? On June 23rd 2016, Britain voted to leave the European Union triggering what the Guardian’s assistant editor Michael White described as the ‘greatest political crisis’ since the Second World War. At the time of writing most economists are predicting a severe downturn that could be worse than that

    715 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The power of photography

    The power of photography

    I would first like to give a definition of "power". It is the capacity to exercise control or authority over others. It can be a person, a group or a nation that has a great influence on people. Power is exercised in a variety of relationships. Power forms professional organizations and governments. There may be good or bad types of power. The notion of power implies a division between those who have and exercise power

    608 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The impact of social media marketing today

    The impact of social media marketing today

    The Impact of Social Media Marketing Today Due to the impact of social media, the relationship between brands and consumers have changed a lot. Nowadays, companies create strategies after they analyze and understand the target consumer’s demands, likes and dislikes through Social Media. Social media has had a major effect on the world and business. Starting from an MNC or a small startup, everyone is adopting Social Media Marketing to make their brand or services

    703 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Power of Stories: the Dreamers and Immigrant Rights

    The Power of Stories: the Dreamers and Immigrant Rights

    Name : _________________________________________________________________ Group : ________ When We Fight We Win! Reading Comprehension Questions Chapter 4, Part Two: “The Power of Stories: the Dreamers and Immigrant Rights” (pages 89 to 101) Comprehension Answer the questions that follow using complete sentences and your own words. 1. What does the march to Washington and Rosa Parks’ refusal to give her seat to a white man symbolize? It represented an act of civil disobedience to show people that

    363 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Location and forms of power : When we fight for the equality of the rights, how the power shows itself?

    Location and forms of power : When we fight for the equality of the rights, how the power shows itself?

    Today, I am going to talk about location and forms of power. First, I’m going to define this notion : « Location » 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 – a symbol of the American presidency. A place can also be a country or a state – for example the USA is a state

    675 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Myths and heroes : how to limit the power of heroic visions

    Myths and heroes : how to limit the power of heroic visions

    Tâche finale Consigne : vous travaillez pour un musée et vous devez choisir une œuvre d’art pour l’affiche de la prochaine exposition : 'Visions stéréotypées des hommes' Good afternoon everyone! I’m the museum curator of the New Museum of Contemporary Art based here, in New York City and I’m honored to introduce you our new exhibition ; ‘Stereotyped Visions of Men’. This exhibition illustrates two different themes : « Myths and heroes » and «

    677 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The power of advertising

    The power of advertising

    Advertising is everywhere, that's true. however, is that really a bad thing? There are many articles that show us the negative side of advertising. bad for Man , bad for the environment , if we agree with justin lewis and his article , we should stop all interest in advertising, and banning it. It is true that the purpose of an advertisement is to target buyers and study their case in order to buy. That’s

    255 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Power of the press

    Power of the press

    Pb: Is instant information always beneficial and cannot it sometimes be dangerous? Intro: the role of the press is to inform the populations, is an unbiased way. The press have power about the politics because it can reveal the lies of the government. The press is also to warn people about the danger and to say the verity. But the press is not always neutral, there is certain information who are influenced by politic opinions

    742 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The representation of the muslim community in the media

    The representation of the muslim community in the media

    INTRODUCTION : hi everyone today i will talk about the muslim community and how they are represented in the media because The media have always portrayed the Muslim community with prejudices. 1) muslim women in serie and movie i will start with muslim women in series and movie : When creators choose to place Muslim women in their television shows or movies, they repeatedly use the same stereotypical trope: a girl feels stuck and oppressed

    452 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The Role Of The Sahara Question In Framing Moroccan Foreign

    The Role Of The Sahara Question In Framing Moroccan Foreign

    The Sahara question has been the most important concern of the Moroccan foreign policy. The role and the impact of the Sahara issue in the Kingdom’s foreign policy have varied considerably across the range of its foreign relations. In some cases, the dispute has been a fundamental factor in the relations, while in others it has beenfar less important. I will go through the different international relations of Morocco depicting the role of the Sahara

    844 Mots / 4 Pages
  • The Study Of The Bell Curve - Civilisation Américaine

    The Study Of The Bell Curve - Civilisation Américaine

    THE STUDY OF THE BELL CURVE I - A DEBATED AFFAIR 1 - How does the press consider the authors of THE BELL CURVE ? 2 - Is the high percentage of low IQ an accurate explanation of the failure of American society ? 3 - THE BELL CURVE disturbs the political scene. II - CONSEQUENCES OF SUCH IDEAS 1 - Slavery. 2 - The « Jim Craw Law ». 3 - Quotas of immigration.

    4 156 Mots / 17 Pages
  • Organization Culture Of The FBI Via The Film "The Silence Of The Lambs"

    Organization Culture Of The FBI Via The Film "The Silence Of The Lambs"

    The main purpose of this paper is to reveal how the organizational culture of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is embedded in the dialogue between the characters of Clarice Starling and her mentor, Jack Crawford, during the first minutes of the movie the “Silence of the Lambs”. This analysis relies on the Edgar Schein's organizational culture model and the three levels of culture he identifies. According to this author “Culture is an abstraction, yet

    2 455 Mots / 10 Pages
  • The History Of The Body Shop

    The History Of The Body Shop

    Our History “You’ve got to be hungry – for ideas, to make things happen and to see your vision made into reality.” Dame Anita Roddick. Human Rights Activist Founder of The Body Shop The very first The Body Shop® store opens on 26th March 1976 in Brighton, on the south coast of England. By 1978 a kiosk in Brussels became the first overseas franchise, and by 1982 new shops open at the rate of two

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  • The Grieving Of The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

    The Grieving Of The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

    The Grieving of The Mother "The Mother," by Gwendolyn Brooks, is about a mother who has experienced a number of abortions and now has remorse. You can feel the remorse she is going through when reading the poem. She is regretful, yet explains that she had no other choice. It is a heartfelt poem where she talks bout how she will not be able to do certain things for the children that she aborted. This

    514 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Example Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In The Celtic Tiger

    The Example Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In The Celtic Tiger

    The pharmaceutical industry and research in the field of chemistry are now an important part of the Irish economy which did not, however, pharmaceutical tradition before. Bristol-Myers Squibb (formerly Squibb) is the first company to settle in the country, followed in 1972 by Pfizer (patent for Viagra). Today eight of the top ten laboratories worldwide have chosen to design their products in Irish land and not without reason. Elan, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott, Roche ...

    555 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Hospitality Industry At The Beginning Of The 21st Century

    The Hospitality Industry At The Beginning Of The 21st Century

    I. French management style in comparison to the American management style This first part is talking about the differences between two styles of management, both chosen in countries in which the hospitality industry and the tourism sector represent a big share of the gross domestic product. (G.D.P) We could wonder why we have chosen to talk about this subject, but in a certain way the answer has already been expressed. More quickly than other sectors,

    6 389 Mots / 26 Pages
  • The Robot Of The Future

    The Robot Of The Future

    Dynamique Economique Année 2010-2011 L3 AES : Economie Générale 5 Table des matières Chapitre I : INTRODUCTION 1 Section 1 : L’intérêt d’une approche historique 1 Section 2 : La prise en compte du temps 2 Section 3 : Approche statique versus approche dynamique 4 Partie 1 : La croissance économique en longue période (1820-2010) en vue d’ensemble 5 Chapitre 2 : La croissance économique en longue période (1820-2010) : une vue d’ensemble 5 Section

    3 217 Mots / 13 Pages
  • Etude d'un texte qui est un extrait de « The Nature of the physical world », de A.S Eddington publié en 1928

    Etude d'un texte qui est un extrait de « The Nature of the physical world », de A.S Eddington publié en 1928

    Le texte étudié est un extrait de « The Nature of the physical world », de A.S Eddington publié en 1928. Dans cet extrait il présente un objet qui est une table, . Il voit dans tous les objets un double, donc deux façon de les voir , la table qu’il perçoit et sur laquelle il s’appuie, et la table « scientifique » celle vue plus complexe par la science. Nous allons d’une part définir la table réelle ,

    688 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Discovery Of The X-rays

    The Discovery Of The X-rays

    The discovery of the X-rays Röntgen was born on March 27, 1845, at Lennep in the Lower Rhine Province of Germany. He was the only child of a merchant and a cloth manufacturer. Röntgen was brought up in Netherlands after he and his family moved to Apeldoorn in 1848. Here he first received his early education at the Institute of Martinus Herman van Doorn. In 1861 attended the Utrecht Technical School. Unfortunately in 1863 he

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  • Weighing Up The Impact Of The Internet In Global Economy

    Weighing Up The Impact Of The Internet In Global Economy

    Weighing up the impact of the internet in global economy According to a survey published by the OECD on Thursday 4th of October, the Internet has become an « Unexpendable infrastructure » for global economy. The institution shows, with supporting data, that the Information and Communication Technologies sector (ICT) is a growing engine that you can reckon on. High tech goes hand in hand with economy. To prove this, 14 million people in the world found a

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  • The weight of the world

    The weight of the world

    The painting I want to present you today is “The Weight of the World”. It is an artwork painted by American artist Susan Elliot. So, before describing the picture, I’m going to give you some information about the author. Susan Elliot is one of greatest artists of the 21st century. When people ask her how long she has been drawing, she tells them that she had been born with a pen in her hand. Since

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  • Summary Report Of The Work Of The Solidarity Finance Workshop

    Summary Report Of The Work Of The Solidarity Finance Workshop

    Summary Report of the Work of the Solidarity Finance Workshop (April 2005) CONTENT SUMMARY In the face of the success of microcredit, presented by multilateral institutions such as the United Nations, the G8, the World Bank and the MFI as being a strategically important tool for development in the South, more and more voices are being raised decrying the perverse effects of such practices (Amouroux, 2003; Guérin, Servet, 2005). The primary accusation is that they

    7 938 Mots / 32 Pages
  • The characteristics of the short stories

    The characteristics of the short stories

    The characteristics of the short stories that show the horror genre is the way in which they have been constructed the short sentences, the punctuation such as the over use of exclamation marks, the suspense, and the description of mental and physical torture. what Dickens achieved is making a known scene, a railway station, scary and unknown. The Signalman’ (1866) is partly based on Dicken’s personal experience of a fatal train crash. In June 1865

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