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Education In South Africa
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A Study of Resilient Schools; This 10 page paper is based on a case study provided by a student. It looks at the way in which schools in South Africa have been seen to succeed in very difficult circumstances due to a range of factors which make the school resilient to its' environment and enable it to succeed where others have failed. The paper considers these findings as well as the recommendations that accompanied the report.
Filename: TEsouafr.wps

Effects of Climate and Geography on African Migratory Patterns
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A 10 page paper discussing how Africa's climate and geography affected early migration patterns and the effects still apparent today. Africa's climate and geography have held great influence over the migration patterns of both indigenous peoples and "invading" forces from the Arab and Western worlds. The influence of each persists in the form of cultural and religious divisions today, with Islam and other Arab influence being prevalent in the north; strong European influence in South Africa; and continuing strife between indigenous peoples in the interior semiarid steppe. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Effects Of Globalization
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A 4 page paper that begins with comments from the globalization index. The writer briefly comments on the effects of globalization on Burma, Ethiopia and Haiti and suggests the real effects on the U.S. are still debatable. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Elephants, Rhinos, Kobs, Leopards And Buffalo: Communication In African Culture
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5 pages in length. While not art in the conventional sense, ancient African artifacts depict the cultural progression of its people by virtue of animal-infused masks, figures, tribal dances and trinkets that symbolized what they wanted to convey. The extent to which the buffalo (bravery and strength), leopard (authority), elephant (power and kingship, wisdom and patience), kob (abundant wildlife) and rhinoceros (leadership) reflect the five animal figures used most predominantly throughout the vast array of African culture is both grand and far-reaching; that these symbolic images were instrumental in expressing both basic and complex forms of communication speaks to the critical importance these figurative portrayals had in aiding man's need to share information. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCAfrCulAnim.rtf


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