Art from War: Vietnam

This paper evaluates a photo taken by Nick Ut in 1972 where distressed children are seen attempting to flee from something. The text description indicates that the image was depicting terror emanating from war. The image represents children running away from Napalm bombing during the war in Vietnam.

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An Unknown Sculpture

Art is the way of depicting and describing any objects, personalities, places, and time periods. Nowadays, people deal with many forms of art: paintings, literary works, architectures, sculptures, and music works. However, art connoisseurs and researchers are still having many objectives for studying and researching, as there is a large number of anonymous artworks.

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Post-Fordist Revolution

Current paper is devoted to the analysis of a Post-Fordist revolution in relation to the organisation of work and consumption. It determines social problems that could not be resolved by Fordism and examines the dynamic character of post-Fordism. The paper also investigates the new patterns of organisation of work and consumption and specifies the positive and negative consequences of modern trends.

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Comparative Analysis of Iraq and the UAE

The government and politics appears to be a challenging theme, which provides understanding of fairness and power in society. The first one stands for the actions of executing authority or ruling. On the other hand, politics appears to be a procedure, by which a community designs and alters the general regulations and rules.

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Lonely in Your Firm Grip: Women in Israeli-Palestinian Families

Sometimes, it is difficult for a woman to maintain a very gentle balance between power and weakness; and those who fail to keep that thin balance suffer from the sense of isolation. Their community ceases to support or protect them. Sa’ar states that “Your husband loves you when you are rich; your parents love you when you are strong”.

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Ibn Khaldun and Malcom X

Ibn Khaldun was a historian and sociologist who was born in Tunisia in 1332, but died in 1406 in Egypt. He gained a good foundation of Muslim law by memorizing the Quran and studying principal commentaries. In addition, he made a lot of efforts to familiarize himself with Arabic literature. He also created what is considered to be among the earliest non-religious history philosophies, which he included in his masterpiece titled The Introduction (Al Muqaddimah).

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