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Collection of Short Stories about Arctic North and Eskimos
The Snow Walker is a collection of short storiess about the Arctic North and the Eskimo's that inhabit it. All of the stories in the book deal with surivival, whether it be survival from other Eskimo tribes, famen or the Eskimos worste neightmare, White people. The stories speak of the earliest life in the Arctic and the most contempary, sometimes its hard to notice the diffrence. Some of the stories deal with people who are threatened with extinction by white people or by the harshness of n ... Some of the stories deal with people who are threatened with extinction by white people or by the harshness of nature. ... Eskimo's are peaceful people that just want to survive. ... Eskimo's are also very kind people. ... White people had come and invaded their lands. ... White people had defently effected the lives of the Eskimo's. ... Wordcount: 832 Pages: 3
Culture in Japan
Did you know that the main source of food in Japan is rice? Well if you did not know this I can tell you it is. It is also used in some folk tales from Japan. This shows how much of these peoples everyday life is used in folk tales from Japan. Many other types of the people are used in folk tales also. My first topic for Japans culture is the food. It tells about working to gather food. In Japan they collect lots of rice and herbs. Almost all families in Japan eat Rice. Rice ... Many other types of the people are used in folk tales also. ... This reflects the life of the Japanese very much in a sense that the people of Japan are much more work driven than the people in our country. ... Along with the people of reality Japan the people in my story Japan eat dumplings also. ... In Japan the people wear a verity of clothing. ... The women are mostly the people to enforce traditional wear. ... Wordcount: 932 Pages: 4
Drug Problem in Russia
"Illicit drugs destroy innumerable individual lives and undermine our society"(Kofi Annan). The Peoples Republic of China believes that United Nations International Drug Control Program has to immediately attack the problem of drugs on the four fronts: the manufacture, trafficking, and the abuse of illegal drugs, and rehabilitation of addicts. China is a producer of precursor chemicals. The plant Ephedraplant that grows wild in north China can be turned into the precursor chemical ephedrine. Th ... The Peoples Republic also exports Potassium Permanganate. ... In 1998 there were 540,000 people addicted to drugs in China. ... The Peoples Republic operates 600-drug treatment centers nation wide. ... Burma's drug traffickers use the 2,000-kilometer border with the Peoples Republic. 90% of the heroin flowing into the Peoples Republic can be tracked back to Burma. ... The Peoples Republic allows all the accused to have a trial and China suggests that the world keep this mandate and not just run off and kill some people. ... Wordcount: 998 Pages: 4
Cultural Difference of Yanomamo of Brazil & the Swazi of South Africa
WHICH CULTURE IS FOR YOU? Anthropology is the study of humankind everywhere, throughout time, seeks to produce reliable knowledge about people and their behavior, both about what makes them different and what they all share in common. The next few pages will share with you some simple facts about two cultures that are very much different, and are seperated by a span of ocean water. These two groups of people are the Yanomamo people of Brazil and the Swazi of South Afri ... These two groups of people are the Yanomamo people of Brazil and the Swazi of South Africa. ... This caused the Nguni people to become what is now known as the Swazi people with a new and mixed culture. ... The Swazi people are farmers and herders. ... It is not the Swazi people allow a coup of other people to be in on the decision making process for their nation. ... They believe that people have several souls. ... Wordcount: 1710 Pages: 7
The Cruelty of Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus is the most well known explorer by most school age children. When children are young, teachers tell them that Columbus was a very good person, a hero even. To be politically correct though, Christopher Columbus brought death and destruction with him to the Americas. He stole, killed, and tortured the natives. Christopher Columbus was not a true explorer, but he was a conqueror of people. When Christopher Columbus set out on his voyage(August 3rd, 1492) to find a new route ... Christopher Columbus was not a true explorer, but he was a conqueror of people. ... But they seemed on the whole to me, to be a very poor people. ... Some people died from the flu! ... As you can see through my essay, I believe that Christopher Columbus was a conqueror of people. ... Columbus was not a true explorer, but he was a conqueror or people.... Wordcount: 593 Pages: 2
Joseph Stalin of Soviet Union
JOSEPH STALIN: TYRANT OF STEEL Iosef Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (a.k.a. Joseph Stalin), was the undisputed leader of the Soviet Union from 1929 to 1953. Although Stalin"s reign in power did not begin immediately his contribution to government began in 1912, and from then on he slowly rose to the high chain of command. Stalin"s long and troublesome road to absolute power had many steps that marked important events in the Soviet Union"s condition but they did not always improve the life of his ... Stalin"s long and troublesome road to absolute power had many steps that marked important events in the Soviet Union"s condition but they did not always improve the life of his people. ... In addition, he was given various commands and was appointed to the position of people"s commissar for nationalities. ... Because of the great famine, labor camps and his infamous 'purging," many of his people suffered greatly. ... Although Stalin"s rule was considered drastically inhumane, he was in some people"s eyes a savior, and he did reach power and prestige.... Wordcount: 845 Pages: 3
Babe Ruth's Home Runs
Babe Ruth was an incredible distance hitter. In 1920 his hitting average was .376, 54 homeruns, 137 RBIs, .847 slugging average. In the next year Babe increased his averages to .378, 59 homeruns, 171 RBIs, but he decreased his slugging average to .846. During his outfield days he led the leagues slugging average 12 times, homeruns 10 times, RBIs 6 times, batting average once and 123 stolen bases. His other leading averages were runs scored with 8, 11 walks, and he never struck out more than 9 ... Babe Ruth, that's what many people called him. ... Many people thought it would hold out. ... Wordcount: 501 Pages: 2
The Violent Tragedy of Macbeth
There are many events in the play Macbeth, which contribute to tragedy. These events are the murders of many innocent people, and the deterioration of the main character and his relationship with others. The people murdered are Duncan, the king of Scotland; Banquo, who is Macbeth"s loyal friend and partner as a general of the Scottish army; and Macduff"s family. Macduff's wife and son were probably, in the reader"s mind, the cruelest event in the entire play. At first Macbeth is very noble. H ... These events are the murders of many innocent people, and the deterioration of the main character and his relationship with others. The people murdered are Duncan, the king of Scotland; Banquo, who is Macbeth"s loyal friend and partner as a general of the Scottish army; and Macduff"s family. ... Wordcount: 798 Pages: 3
Characteristics of Autism
Autism is one of the forms of Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) wherein an individual suffer from communication, there is speech problem, they do not interact with other people, and an uncontrollable behavior. Usually autism can be detected early in life before the age of three, when a child shows these kinds of symptoms there is a great possibility that he or she is autistic. Autism is hereditary, if one member in the family has this kind of illness; there is a great possibility that that ... Autism is one of the forms of Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) wherein an individual suffer from communication, there is speech problem, they do not interact with other people, and an uncontrollable behavior. ... Wordcount: 623 Pages: 2 Bibliography
Brian Mulroney's The Free Trade Agreement
To many Canadians, Brian Mulroney seems an open book: a politician of the old school who owes his triumphs more to the opposition's weakness than to his own intrinsic strength. But behind the "jutting jaw, the smile that seems a little too self-satisfied, and the artful rhetoric is a man of mesmerizing personal charm, astonishing political cunning, and overreaching ambition." Although there were many factors why Brian Mulroney was elected as prime minister in 1988, the two major issues tha ... Everyone knew that Mulroney was a people person, a networker, rather than an idea man or a policy man. ... Wordcount: 1435 Pages: 6
The Scariest Experience in Vietnam Saigon
It was one of the scariest moments in my life one of which I will never forget, I can only thank god and be grateful for making it out of there. I was only a kid at the time but I learned what it took to be a man and to act accordingly during my tour of duty. But this experience was by far the worst and will haunt me until the day I die. A little after 4 on the morning of the 29th of April when the North Vietnamese army started to shell Tan Son Nhut. Some of their rockets fell on the Defense ... And we knew that the people outside were merely Vietnamese wanting to go to America. ... In the mayhem out there, it was no unusual to see some people just cut and run. ... It got to be noisy, too, with all the people and the birds coming in and out. ... There were always a frantic people. ... I think we probably ended up taking 2,500 people out of the embassy. ... Wordcount: 3277 Pages: 13
Struggle of India's National Identity
What doesn"t kill you makes you stronger The creation of a national identity in India has been hindered by at least these three internal and external factors. First, British influence and rule have contributed to India"s incongruity since long before Benjamin Disraeli officially proclaimed Queen Victoria empress of India in 1876. The alien British government was merely concerned with profits, not the greater well being of the Indian nation-state. Secondly, even if Indian identity were to be ... Just as race issues in America shaped the United States, the struggles of unequal people have shaped India. ... Under the unofficial leadership of Gandhi, the people of India were united. ... Compared to the government treatment of blacks in the United States, British force against innocent people people united them regardless of caste or color. ... Hinduism is the religion of choice for more than 800 million people. ... Hinduism consists of whatever all the people of India have believed and done. ... Wordcount: 1387 Pages: 6
Chinese Cultures
Chinese Popular culture Throughout China"s encased history it has developed much differently than western parts of the world. Chinese culture varies greatly compared to ours. Theses great differences between eastern culture and western culture make China a very interesting place. Some of the vast differences include literature, social structure, and government. The greatest difference is Chinese philosophy and way of thinking. China has developed a strict system of tradition that has given C ... The social values and history have shaped and reformed the The social values and history have shaped and formed the economical developments and the current environment of business in the People's Republic of China. ... Some people in China feel culture will save China other people feel it will be the economy. ... They have shifted the concerns from the government and state affairs to ordinary people and social lives. ... This has given its people a chance to choose their own destiny and to be open to the rest of the world. ... Wordcount: 786 Pages: 3
Irish-American Culture and Society
Irish-American Culture andSociety      Throughout the course of time, Ireland has suffered manylosses. Ireland has been conquered, invaded, repressed, and tormented over manycenturies. Because of Ireland"s isolation and separation from the rest of the world,Irish history is very rich. Although Ireland had to live apart from the world,the people prevailed as a community that was, and still is very influential tothe rest of the world. Ireland has a very interesting social culture. Thepeople a ... Although Ireland had to live apart from the world,the people prevailed as a community that was, and still is very influential tothe rest of the world. ... The people are nationalists, republicans, and Catholic. Thereare 3 ½-4 million people that live in the Republic of Ireland. ... The Senate elects people to represent different economic,vocational, and cultural interests. ... The Great Irish PotatoFamine       The Potato Famine was devastating to the people of Ireland.... Wordcount: 3139 Pages: 13
Story on Animal Captivity
Should Animals be Released Back into the Wild or Kept in Captivity? Many people have heard about Keiko, the killer whale, who starred in the movie Free Willy. After seeing the movie, audiences discovered that the friendly whale in the movie was in a tank too small and in bad health because of that and other complications that come with being taken from its natural habitat to a place where it can't meet it's own needs. Soon a foundation was set u[ and money started pouring in from children an ... Many people have heard about Keiko, the killer whale, who starred in the movie Free Willy. ... There are different types of animal stories that people hear about. ... It appears that many people feel this way by the outpouring of money to help just one whale. ... Many people, for example, have helped Keiko, because he was in a movie about a whale being free. ... People should worry more about the animals in nature more than the animals in captivity. ... Wordcount: 1571 Pages: 6
Debate in Animal Rights
ANIMAL RIGHTS "Speciesism" is the view that a mere difference in species is a morally significant difference justifying differential treatment, independently of their characteristics and attributes as individuals. Ever since The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to animals was formed in England 1824, there have been long running debates on the topic of animal rights. The first societies were formed to protect and maintain human treatment of work ... " -- FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY Many people feel that animals have no rights and are here solely for our use. ... Then there are the Hunting Farms that buy older and surplus animals from Zoos to let people hunt them. What kind of sick people would pay to kill animals for fun? ... People actually pay to get the head of their kill to be made into a trophy, so that they can take it home proudly. ... How can people consider this a sport, it"s more like a slaughter playground. ... Wordcount: 1145 Pages: 5
History of ASIA
HISTORY OF ASIA August of 1917 Japan was ready to reap her benefits of imperialism and she had her eyes on China. The exchange of the Lansing -Ishii Notes between the U.S. and Japan, this agreement granted territorial superiority of China to Japan. Japan interest in China mostly economic. The Japanese population was growing, cities were crowded, and consumer goods were scares and its standard of living extremely low. A major earthquake also adds to Japans plight. Japan was a small island ... Japan was looking to plant its people on foreign soil, Chinas soil. ... Mao was a leader who was in touch with the people. ... Once identified those persons would be parade before a Peoples Court. ... The Great Leap Forward objective was to bring the Chinese people into a socialist society. ... The Peoples Republic of China was admitted to United Nation in 1971. ... Wordcount: 2389 Pages: 10
Comparing Japan and Thailand
GEOGRAPHY ESSAY Thailand and Japan are two countries situated in the Australian, Asian and Pacific (A.A.P) region. There are many similarities and differences in their physical and human geographies. Japan is an archipelago of 3900 mountainous islands with a total land size of 377 835km2. Located in East Asia along the 'Pacific Ring of Fire' Japan ranges from North 50 30I to 210 and East 970 3I to 1030 3I. In contrast, Thailand is a larger country with a total landmass of 511 770km2. It is l ... Japan has an aging population, which is twice the size of Thailand's. 90% of Japan"s 126 million people live on only 20% of its dry land. ... Japanese people are drawn to these coastal lowlands because much of Japan is uninhabitable and because of this all major industries are built on the lowlands. ... While only 5% of Thai people are over the 65-year age bracket. ... Wordcount: 2710 Pages: 11
The Wild Boy of Aveyron
The Relationship between Heredity and Environment February 22, 2000 William Lee People of the world believe that the way you turn out as a person depends on either your inherited genes or the environment around you. In the article, The Wild boy of Aveyron it talks about how a boy was found in the wild, and how he was in isolation from the human race for so long, that he didn"t really have any human characteristics. Doctors examined the boy, and one of the doctors tries to teach the b ... The Relationship between Heredity and Environment February 22, 2000 William Lee People of the world believe that the way you turn out as a person depends on either your inherited genes or the environment around you. ... There is also the display of how intelligent the boy was, which wasn"t very smart because he had never experienced any kind of communication, and he had never learned anything from any other people, other then how to survive. ... Wordcount: 411 Pages: 2
Determination of Heaven,Hell and Purgatory
Many authors utilize loaded language to try and convey another possible meaning behind the story. However, it is often neglected and the reader never comes to such a realization. But it is quite clear through Joseph Conrad"s choice of words, that there is a suggestion of an allusionary meaning, which is the determination of heaven, hell, and purgatory. Part one gives a wealth of information to suggest and alternate meaning. The way that I chose to interpret the beginning was that of the stor ... As Marlow and his companions walked through the countryside, they eventually wound up in a different location, an "inhabited devastation" where there are people, a place where sinners reside. ... When we finally arrive to the "inhabited devastation," the feeling that Marlow along with his companions are the only people there, evaporate. ... Wordcount: 437 Pages: 2
Peoples Belief
True beliefs Robert Frost"s "Minding Wall" is written natural, yet there are many things beyond the literal world of the poem that can be taken out of context. The poem is about two neighbors and a wall between them and both of them also have different beliefs on why or why not the wall should be there. This paper will describe both the speaker and neighbor"s characters, and also give an interpretation and analysis of a few specific lines from Robert Frost"s, "Mending Wall" poem, Then ending u ... People have a natural tendency to build up walls. They push people out and shut people off. ... People in general want to have a life without walls and want to let people into their lives. ... This could be a barrier separating two people or things. ... This message could be to have an opened mind about other people"s beliefs. ... Wordcount: 1261 Pages: 5
The Puritan People
Early colonial areas Long before America officially became a country in 1776, this land, which we are upon, was mearly a colonial settlement for British Immigrants who were fleeing their country because of religious reasons. There were three different areas in which the immigrants settled. The first area was known as New England. It consisted of the present-day states: Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island ... The people living there were called "Puritans". ... The people who settled here were the Quakers. ... The people who settled here were called the Planters. These people were farmers and were devoted to their crops and slavery. ... Wordcount: 740 Pages: 3
The People of Polynesia
Anthropologically and historically, Samoans are people of Polynesia who migrated, according to some historians, from Malaya or India, and, according to others, from India or Asia; even some believe that they came from Raiatea or Hawaiki. Culturally, they are polite, respectful, generous, and outstandingly hospitable. Morally, they are jealous, envious, revengeful and prone to falsehood. Samoans are defined in the Webster"s Dictionary as "One of the natives of Samoa, among the finest and purest ... Anthropologically and historically, Samoans are people of Polynesia who migrated, according to some historians, from Malaya or India, and, according to others, from India or Asia; even some believe that they came from Raiatea or Hawaiki. ... There are many customs and superstitions common to the Samoan people in connection with the birth of a child as well as in the case of a loss of life. ... Wordcount: 1025 Pages: 4
The Sweet Thereafter
The movie and the novel "The Sweet Thereafter" had a few minor differences. Two of the differences that I would like to point out are the two that I consider being the two most important. The first topic of discussion in this paper is the picture on the front of the book and the meaning of it. The second topic I would like to bring up is the relationship between Mitchell and Zoe. The changes between the two are important, however, the main plot does not change between the movie and the novel ... All during the scare with Zoe, Mitchell felt like he was two different people, a father and a doctor. ... Wordcount: 802 Pages: 3
The UA&P Hallmark Programs
"The UA&P Hallmark Programs" Last September 22, 2000 was the People Development Day of the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P). It was highlighted with a program that became a gathering of the high ranking personalities the university has like the UA&P president, Dr. Mario D. Camacho; the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Antonio Torralba; the Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Dr. Josemaria Mariano; and the program director of the People Development, Mr. Jun P ... "The UA&P Hallmark Programs" Last September 22, 2000 was the People Development Day of the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P). ... Josemaria Mariano; and the program director of the People Development, Mr. ... In the case of the UA&P, it has three hallmark programs which are namely: values education; people development; and research and communication. ... The second hallmark program of the UA&P is the people development. ... The UA&P believes that through these six programs of people development, the students will achieve its fullest potential as a well being. ... Wordcount: 416 Pages: 2