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Term paper7.816 Words / ~35 pages An Gesprächen teilnehmen, B1, S. 40, Nr. 2: Ich kann Gefühle wie Überraschung, Freude, Trauer, Interesse oder Gleichgültigk­eit ausdrücken und auf Gefühlsäußeru­ng­en meiner Gesprächspart­ner reagieren. Zusammenhänge­nd sprechen, B1, S. 46, Nr. 1: Ich kann zu mir vertrauten Themenbereich­en berichten, was ich gehört, gesehen, gelesen oder erlebt habe. Ich kann dabei auch meine Gefühle und Reaktionen beschreiben. Zusammenhange­nd sprechen, B1, S. 46, Nr. 6: Ich kann den Inhalt eines Buches oder eines Films wiedergeben und meine Meinung dazu äußern. Precise definition of aims and objectives: At the end of the lesson, students have not only gained an overview about the various themes of the book but they can also elaborate on them. Furthermore, they can talk about different passages and they can fit them into the sequence…[show more]
Final thesis4.752 Words / ~16 pages University of Vienna Institute for Political Science Final Essay Chandra Talpade Mohanty: Solidarity, Third World Women and the colonial discourse An in depth look at Mohanty’s critical assessment of the categorizatio­n of Homogenous entities and her conceptualiza­tion of feminist writings. Written by: - Müller 1152946 033624 muller.johann­es@gm­ail.­com LK Poststrukural­istis­che Ansätze zu Politik, Macht, Geschlecht und Ethnizität Summersemeste­r 2013 LV- Leiter: Mag. Armin Puller Vienna, on 20th of September 2013 Section Page(s) I. Preliminaries 3 1A. Terminology: “Third World Women” and “Third World Difference” 3-5 1B. Homogenous Categorizatio­n 5-10 1B.1”We are all sisters in Struggle” 6-7 1B.2. Male dominance and universal dependencies 7-9 1B.3. Victims of the colonial process and religious ideologies…[show more]
Term paper3.983 Words / ~19 pages Term Paper Phillis Wheatley The Case Scott v. Sanford (The Dred Scott Decision) Holubová 1104418 Vienna, in July 2014 Course: PS Kultur und Kommunikation Englisch Teacher: Dr. Gretchen Simms Structure: Introduction Historical Background Phillis Wheatley Her Life Her Poetry Conclusion The Dred Scott Decision Dred Scott’s Life Procedural History Conclusion Conclusion Bibliography Introduction This term paper is about Phillis Wheatley, and Dred Scott. They were African-Ameri­can slaves, but their lives had significant cultural and historical impact, which can hardly be overestimated­. Phillis Wheatley was the first black poet to publish a book in U.S. This caused a sensation (mainly in Europe), but there were also many critics about it, and many white colonists in U.S. did not believe that a black person could write a…[show more]
Examination questions1.009 Words / ~ pages SS 2014 KuKo – Culture and Communication Dr. Quiz 2 (10 Points) Does the President of the United States have the authority to eliminate discriminatio­n? Describe and include if there was a president who did this. The set of laws passed in the late 1860s and 1870s, gave the President enough authority to wipe out racial discriminatio­n. The Constitution demanded that the President execute the laws, but no President had used that power. President Harry Truman appointed a Committee on Civil Rights. This Committee supported the ideas like: the civil rights section of the Department of Justice should be expanded a Commission on Civil Rights should be permanent Congress should pass laws against lynching and stop voting discriminatio­n and end of racial discriminatio­n in jobs In 1964 – President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.…[show more]
Term paper7.154 Words / ~24 pages Guatemala La situación de los mayahablantes y el contacto de lenguas Seminar Sprachwissesc­haft: Spanisch - Presente y pasado del castellano en América LV-Leiter: Dr. Institut für Romanistik Wien Wien, WS 2011-2012 erstellt von 0731216/ 190 347 353 Contenido 2Introducción 3 3El país Guatemala: Datos geográficos 4 1.1La identidad cultural - el status de las lenguas mayas 5 4Variedades lingüísticas en Guatemala 7 5Población y clases sociales 7 1.2La comunidad ladina 8 1.3La comunidad maya 10 1.4Las comunidades xinka y garífunas 11 6La conquista española 11 5.1.El día de la independencia 14 6.Las lenguas en el ámbito político 17 7El sistema educativo 19 8Conclusión 23 9Fuentes 24 Introducción Este trabajo escrito tiene como finalidad un breve panorámico histórico desde la Conquista Española hasta los días de hoy y proporcionar…[show more]
Essay977 Words / ~ pages 1 Mr. Scharfen Ac English 10 December 14, 2015 Mizushima’s Heroic Journey In class this semester, we read the book “Harp of Burma”. It is about Japanese Soldiers at the end of World War 2, held in a camp in Burma. One of them, Mizushima, is a Master in playing the harp. He always makes the others happy by playing this instrument and causes them to sing together, which makes their lives at the camp more enjoyable. One day he goes on a mission, trying to convince Japanese soldiers from committing suicide. But is he really a hero? Does he really go through all the heroic cycle? According to Joseph Campbell a hero is “a person who puts himself in a peace of sacrifice for others”. In this essay, I will analyze Mizushima’s story and decide whether he is a hero or not. When Mizushima heard about one troop of Japanese Soldiers, who would not surrender…[show more]
Presentation601 Words / ~ pages COLOR MIXING THEORY ADDITIVE COLOR THEORY The three primary colors in lighting are red, green and blue. With these three colors you can mix to any other color you wish. When you mix all three of them you will get white. In the colorwheel you can see that our primary colors are the outer circles. As they move on top of each other, the other colors arise (assuming a 100% intensity value of each primary color). Red and blue make magenta, green and blue make cyan and green and red make yellow. All three togethermake white. By varying the intensity of the three colors you can alter the combined color within the spectrum. The reason why there are gel colors despite the color mixing theory ist he fact that the color mixing theory is exactly that – theory. It’s true that lights react that way but when the lights are beside eachother, you will tend to see…[show more]

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