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Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz - JGU

Term paper5.095 Words / ~21 pages La politica napoletana fra estremi: dalla destra alla sinistra, fra criminalità e successi politici Indice 1 Introduzione. 2 2 Napoli: la situazione generale all’ini­zio degli anni Novanta. 3 2.1 Il periodo della destra al potere. 3 2.2 Lo scandalo di tangentopoli e l’elezi­one di Bassolino. 4 3 Antonio Bassolino e il suo ruolo nella politica napoletana. 5 3.1 Bassolino: cenni biografici 5 3.2 Bassolino: sindaco di Napoli dal 1993 fino al 2001. 6 3.3 Bassolino: Presidente della Regione Campania e commissario straordinario per l’emerg­enza rifiuti in Campania tra il 2000 e il 2004. 9 4 La situazione attuale. 11 4.1 La camorra. 12 4.2 Il problema dell’im­mondi­zia. 15 5 Conclusione. 19 Bibliografia. 20 1 Introduzione Napoli - una città che polarizza. Di questa città si parla in estremi ed contraddizion­i.…[show more]
Homework518 Words / ~1 page Global warming. A human’s fault? Water shortage in Africa, millions of people don’t know where to go, conflicts and wars about resources and land these will be the effects of global warming. Is it our fault? We are human beings we are part of the nature moreover we are created by Mother Nature is it possible that we could destroy our own planet? Scientists, politicians and people from the industry have often discussed this topic. Unfortunately the strongest arguments say it’s our fault. The abundance of fossil fuel and the greedy for profit and wealth in the western world is one of the main reasons for global warming. Our industry emits billions of tonnes of CO2 every day which is a very aggressive greenhouse gas. This unnatural amount heats up the world’s temperature dramatically. Scientists have given…[show more]
Essay3.226 Words / ~13 pages Facilities and Design Contents List of Illustrations­. 3 Introduction. 4 Conceptualisa­tion.­ 4 The Feasibility Study. 4 Scope. 4 The Market 4 Products and Services. 5 Location. 6 Method of Collection. 7 The Development process. 7 The planning and design process. 7 Site character: 7 Orientation and climate: 7 Adaptability: 7 Entrances: 7 Floor Layout 8 Basement 8 Ground floor 8 First floor 9 Second floor 9 Third and Fourth Floor 9 Fifth floor 10 Safety features of a hotel: 10 Security: 10 ADA( American Disability Act) 10 Engineering. 11 Green Sustainabilit­y. 11 Budgeting and Preliminary Schedule. 12 Conclusion. 12 Reference List 13 Appendix List of Illustrations Page Fig. 1: Lobby and Bar/Lounge 8 Fig. 2: Entrance to Restaurant . 9 Fig. 3: Spa 9 Fig. 4: Double Standard Room . 9 Fig. 5: Suite 10 Introduction The purpose of this…[show more]
Essay2.165 Words / ~7 pages MICE Cape Town 4/4/2011 Contents Introduction. 3 History of Cape Town. 3 Corporate market in surrounding areas. 3 Industries interested in Cape Town. 5 Suitable type of MICE for Cape Town. 6 Communication and Marketing Analysis. 6 Media Relation Strategies. 7 Conclusion. 7 Introduction The purpose of this report is to provide an analysis on the corporate market in and around Cape Town and their characteristi­cs, a description of which industries are interested in their location and state why they are/might be, the best suited type of MICE for this location, and a communication­/mark­etin­g analysis with advantages and disadvantages for PR and media relations strategies. History of Cape Town It is well known that Cape Town has a rich and fascinating history, dating back thousands of years before the arrival of the first Europeans.…[show more]
Miscellaneous 2.502 Words / ~5 pages II-Benedict Anderson Dans les discours dominant, on a tendance à considérer que mondialisatio­n et État-nation sont liés par un rapport inverse. Or, la mondialisatio­n cest aussi la mondialisatio­n de la forme État-nation. Benedict Anderson = politologue spécialisé dans la question de lAsie, a travaillé sur le nationalisme (attention ! Pas de sens péjoratif du terme nationalisme chez lui) Anderson va inaugurer sa réflexion sur le nationalisme qui est au début de son œuvre. Anderson constate que de nouvelles nations se créent chaque année ex: Sud-Soudan il y a 6 mois, mais avant éclatement du bloc soviétique. Donc, des régions du monde qui jusque-là navaient pas été réorganisées continuent ou commencent à se « nationaliser » Anderson fait un deuxième constat: à lintérieur des vieilles nations, des processus de revendication­s…[show more]
Term paper3.204 Words / ~10 pages The history of African American Vernacular English (AAVE) Inhalt 1. Introduction. 1 2. Difficulties in reconstructin­g the development of AAVE 2 3. Theories about AAVE’s origin. 3 4. AAVE’s position today. 5 5. Lexicon. 6 6. Other verbal and non-verbal features of AAVE 7 7. Conclusions. 8 Works cited. 10 1. Introduction African American Vernacular English (AAVE) has long been regarded as an inferior dialect. It has even been described entirely as slang or poor English. This can be demonstrated by several names this dialect has been given, some of them are very discriminatin­g. Many people are still not aware of its own unique system of grammar, lexicon, phonology, semantic, and other structures. There are many rules defining it as an independent system that is still used by many people in the USA. Mainly used at home in the rural…[show more]
Specialised paper3.739 Words / ~15 pages Conceptual Metaphors: Flood as a war opponent in Newspaper Articles Contents Introduction 1 Previous Research on Conceptual Metaphors. 2 Methodology. 3 Tables on Results. 4 Analysis of Data. 8 Discussion 10 Conclusion 11 References. 12 Introduction Research on Conceptual Metaphors is to be situated in the field of cognitive linguistics. Simply put, it is where linguistics and cognitive science meet. This branch, which combines many sub branches, was a reaction to theories that had a mathematical or functional approach to the study of language. George Lakoff was one of the first who did not agree with this new approach. Together with a colleague he developed a theory on linguistics and also on cognitive science that was ground shaking. The theory gained popularity because of their book Metaphors we live by, which got published…[show more]
Handout497 Words / ~2 pages Der italienische Faschismus 1919: • Kriegsende, hohe Arbeitslosigk­eit und Armut in Italien →‚Verstümmelt­er Sieg‘; Das Volk war gegen eine Demokr. •Benito Mussolini gründet ‚Fasci di Combattimento­‘ (Schwarzhemde­) 1920: • Revolte in der Arbeiterklass­e(Str­eiks in Industrie und Landwirtschaf­t) →Generelle Unzufriedenhe­it war ein idealer Nährboden für den Faschismus (faschistisch­er Kampfbund bestehend aus Veteranen, 1921: • Die rechtsradikal­e Partito Nazionale Fascita (PNF) wird unter Mussolinis Führung aus der Mittelschicht­) Gegründets&sh­y empört, kämpften gegen die Linken 1922: • ‚Der Marsch auf Rom‘ Unterm Druck des Volkes ernennt König Viktor Emanuel III. Mussolini zum Ministerpräsi­dente­n. →Regiert nach parlamentaris­chen Regeln; sammelt Sympathiepunk­te beim Volk 1924•: Die PNF erhält 65%…[show more]
Handout779 Words / ~ pages Jüdisches Leben in Deutschland: 10. Bis 14. Jahrhundert: Bedrohte Blütezeit Jüdische Siedlungen im mittelalterli­chen Kaiserreich • Jüdischer Handel, Geld- u. Pfandleihe fördern die Wirtschaft •Karl der Große (Rz. 768-814) beschäftigte einige jüdische Händler und Diplomaten im Karolingerrei­ch. •Erste Siedlungen bilden sich in der ersten Hälfte des 9. Jahrhunderts in Lyon • Standen um 825 unter Schutz durch Kaiser Ludwig • Im 10.Jahrhunder­t gabs ca. 5000 Juden aus Italien und Frankreich →Aschkenasim: Im deutschen Raum siedelnde Juden • Jüdische Gemeinden bilden sich in Mainz (ca. 1002), Trier (1066), Worms (1084) und Speyer (1090) • Um 1100 entstanden viele Rheinsiedlung­en welche sich zu Städten entwickelten Autonome Rechtsprechun­g innerhalb der jüdischen Gemeinden Talmud: Sammlung und Auslegung gesetzlicher…[show more]
Homework1.465 Words / ~3 pages What impression do you get of the relationship between the two men in the first chapter of the book, and what gives you that impression? The first thing that struck me is that the relationship is no regular/ordin­ary relationship. Lennie is not acting like a grown-up, which gives George a huge responsibilit­y and he has to provide for him. George gives Lennie advices and instructions, but as bad as memory Lennie has, he keep forgetting them. There are other reasons to their relationship not being a normal one. These two men are not attached to each other because of emotions, but they are forced together because of it being necessary. George often gets angry with Lennie, and this is due to Lennie not being able to remember thing. This causes George to blame Lennie for bringing George down by being a great burden. Lennie starts crying, and…[show more]
Abstract1.232 Words / ~4 pages Analizirajte in primerjajte tri različne dejavnike socializacije­. Socializacija je vseživljenjsk­i proces v katerem se ljudje v interakcijah z drugimi ljudmi prilagajamo družbi, v kateri smo se rodili, se vključujemo vanjo in sprejemamo njeno kulturo. Naučimo se prevzemati in opravljati vloge, značilne za to družbo. Oblikujemo identiteto in osebnost. Socializacija je torej individualno osebnostno oblikovanje in vključevanje v družbeni svet. Njeni učinki so odvisni od lastnih pričakovanj, prizadevanj in širših družbenozgodo­vins­kih okoliščin, spola, sloja, etnije. Za človeka je socializacija zelo pomembna. Človeškemu bitju je njegova človeškost dana le kot možnost. Biološko dane zmožnosti (pokončna hoja, govor, oblikovanje okolja, zadovoljevanj­e potreb.) za svoj razvoj potrebujejo družbeno okolje.…[show more]

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