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The Idea Of Social Change And The Role Globalization Plays In Changing A Culture
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5 pages in length. Social change is as much a part of man's existence as needing air to breathe and food to eat. The extent to which social change allows the human race to progress and improve is both grand and far-reaching; without the advancements inherent to social change -- not the least of which include medical and technological discoveries -- humanity would struggle to stay alive. However, just as necessary as social change is for mankind, it is not always approached in a way that is beneficial for all concerned. Clearly, the influence of globalization has been both a boon and a hindrance at the same time, with nations such as America reveling in its good fortune while others like Africa struggle from its detrimental impact. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Impact and Sustainability of People and the Environment in Morocco
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the impact the environment has on the activities of the people of Morocco and the impact the people have on the environment. The environment of Morocco has an immense impact on the activities of the people who live there. In order to compensate for different aspects of the environment the people of Morocco have learned to adapt and have tried to compensate for the impact of their environment while being able to maintain an ever increasing population. This interaction between the environment and the people who live within it is know as the area of sustainable development which essentially takes into account the needs of the current population while not compromising the needs of future generations. Morocco’s increasing population however, especially in the expanding urban areas will no doubt eventually have a larger influence on the environment than it will have on them. With the gradual introduction of more chemicals to sustain the crops and roads to increase the transportation needs of the country, it would seem that the environment will not be sustained for future generations. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Impact of the African Slave Trade
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This 5 page paper looks at the impact of African slavery in Africa by considering Basil Davidson's book 'The African Slave Trade'. The paper find merit with some arguments, but also disagree with other arguments from the book. The bibliography cites 1 source.
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The Importance of Clothing in Non-Verbal Communication
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An 8 page discussion of the importance of clothing in non-verbal communication. Emphasizes the importance of clothing in creating first impressions and identifying the wearer with a particular group or lifestyle. Stresses that clothing is a determinate of numerous perceptions such as trustworthiness and is therefore an important determinant in help seeking behavior in regard to whether or not aid is provided. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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