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Terrorism has no single clear meaning; one country’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter. Following a couple of explanations as defined by the UNDCP........

The Effects of September 11 Attacks
 

The statistics are alarming: One in three high school seniors say they get drunk once a week. Two out of five report "heavy drinking." Nine in ten use alcohol..............

Genetic Predisposition to Alcoholism
 

In early time of life, symbolically, the optimism and innocence is thought to accompany it. The nature of youthful experience is greatly affected by cultural and economic norms. The passage from youth to adulthood is frequently acknowledged by ritual formalities. ......

 Youth at Risk and Arts
 

After the smashing of three aircraft into the symbols of American economic and military might we have learned, in a very hard way, to recognize that terrorism is indeed a clear and present danger to our people, our economy, and our way of life. The next step is to decide how we will fight this menace - without compromising and sacrificing in the process the very values for which we are fighting; lest in the process of eliminating terrorism we eliminate ourselves...............

Terrorism
 

Wollstonecraft, Mary (1759-1797), the English author and feminist was born probably in London. Soon after 1780 she left home to earn her living, running a school for two years with her sisters and subsequently serving for a year as a governess in Ireland..............

Mary Wollstonecraft's "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman"
 

This report consists of introduction of Ozone, its size, its depletion, the effects it has on human lives and as well as on the environment. Its chemical configuration is also shown in order to understand the molecular formula of Ozone. Various graphs have been included to easily show the changes in the ozone layer for the past few years ..............

Ozone Depletion of Air Pollution
 

Media coverage is always the best source for the public to know what’s going inside and outside of many issues. The media covering the true stories are always regarded as with respect and trust of people...............

Wartime Media Censorship
 

The driving hazards always bothered the society, as a whole and particularly the teen aged driving hazards have always been a matter of concern.  Jane. A. Brody has written an article,  ’ Reducing The Risks For The Teen Age Drivers ’ in daily New York Times on October 30, 2001 concerning the same burning issue...............

Teen Age Driving
 

Before continuing, I should clarify key terms, because the purpose of this report is to develop a distinction between feminist theorizing as a normative project and “gender theory” as an explanatory lens.  Here, feminist theory refers to all conceptual approaches that take as their starting point the belief that gender hierarchies are socially constructed and ethically indefensible; whose purpose is to dismantle such hierarchies and aid in women’s empowerment; and whose focus is thus primarily women and gender as it influences women’s status................

Gender Politics in "A Thousand Acres" and "Animal Dreams”
 

As a labor-intensive industry, commercial aviation is dependent upon unionized pilots and other highly trained professionals to keep their planes flying and their passengers satisfied. Airlines, like most of the mature industries in US and the United States, are heavily unionized. Airlines and their employees are constantly bargaining over the working conditions of their employees.................

Aviation Labor Issues
 

Black Rain, by Masuji Ibuse is a fictionalized account of the experiences of a young woman following the bombing of Hiroshima. First published in 1965 and based on real-life diaries and interviews with victims, Black Rain is an excellent, if demanding, book and one of the most acclaimed novels about the subject. On August 6, 1945, during World War II, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, a Japanese city and military center..................

Literary Connection to Environmental Issues
 

Black Rain, by Masuji Ibuse is a fictionalized account of the experiences of a young woman following the bombing of Hiroshima. First published in 1965 and based on real-life diaries and interviews with victims, Black Rain is an excellent, if demanding, book and one of the most acclaimed novels about the subject. On August 6, 1945, during World War II, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, a Japanese city and military center..................

Literary Connection to Environmental Issues
 

In the aftermath of 9/11, President Bush has announced a policy of preemptive unilateral intervention. In Bush’s case, such measures are aimed at organizations and countries that may threaten the security of the United States, or may develop weapons of mass destruction...................

International Relations
 

Rapid population growth in the Middle East and North Africa carries serious implications for employment, access to services and the cost of subsidies. These could spell serious political consequences in what is already a politically unstable region....................

 Water Supply in the Middle East
 

After the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks against the US, the very discourse of international relations and global politics has been transformed.....................

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