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Do Western Ukrainians Have A Different Sense Of National Identity In Comparison To Eastern Ukrainians? A Research Proposal
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This 13 page paper is a research proposal to study the perception of national identity in Western Ukraine in the context of the current difficulties in the country. The paper has the aim of determining if the majority of the present days Western Ukrainians do not see themselves as one nation with Eastern Ukrainians due to differences in the perception of 'national' identities that have been formed. The paper presents an introduction, hypothesis, literature review looking at the history of the county and its impact on national identity as well as concepts concerning the way national identity is formed. The paper also presents a methodology including primary research. The bibliography cites 60 sources.
Filename: TEukraine.rtf

Does Karl Marx's Critique of Capitalism Rest on a Fallacious Philosophy of History?
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Karl Marx predicted that capitalism was bound to fail and would give way to communism. This 10 page paper looks at the way that Marx used historical analysis in order to examine political models with the emphasis he placed on the modes of production. The paper argues that while his historical facts may have been correct his interpretation of history lead to a constrained understanding. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEmarxhist.rtf

Dolot's Execution by Hunger (Book Review)
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This 3 page paper examines the famine that took place in Russia in 1933 through the view of one man. The idea that Stalin orchestrated this little known situation is the theme of this piece. The book is critically examined. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA541HH.rtf

Education Reform in Lithuania, Japan and Canada
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This is a 16 page paper on education reform in Lithuania, Japan and Canada. The paper includes an outline and summary/introduction as well. Within the last decade, the countries of Lithuania, Japan and Canada have seen a great many education reforms. While in some cases, there are similar characteristics and trends in the reforms, in other cases, the reforms are considerably different. Since its independence, Lithuanian education reform has focused a great deal on renewing the curriculum to do away with all of the Soviet ideologies, creating an educational system which is similar and competitive with the European market yet also allow for autonomy of institutions for research and education which they were denied in the Soviet era. Japanese reforms have led to a system where the teachers and students are less reliant on a standard and limited curriculum and instead has recently emphasized less stress within the educational environment, shorter school weeks and hours spent in school and more emphasis on “integrated learning” where students are taught how to learn. Within the last two decades in Canada, education reform has undergone several processes. Some of the earlier processes were similar to those within Lithuania and Japan in regards to an integrated curriculum, however many teachers felt these programs were not well supported or consistent across the territorial and provincial systems. In addition, most education “reforms” in Canada within the last decade have focused more so on cost reduction which has not only removed the teachers from the reform process but has also had little consideration for the impact of significantly reduced spending on the students and learning. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: TJedref1.rtf

Effects of Khrushchev's Destalinization of Russia
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An 11 page paper discussing how the policies of Stalin's successor affected the people of the former Soviet Union. Under Khrushchev, there were several areas in which Russian citizens could expect to live longer lives than under Stalin, but Khrushchev did not materially improve the plight of the people in terms of any sort of freedom. Any superficial relaxation of restrictive rules was orchestrated for the good of the party and the state; the people and their efforts were merely fuel for the party machinery. Khrushchev's liberalization policies of destalinization changed only those conditions that could not be sustainable. Identification of those areas was dependent on Khrushchev's abilities of perception; while he identified several important areas, he failed to recognize the need for reform of other areas of Russian life as well, including religion. Bibliography lists 10 sources in 27 footnotes.
Filename: KSdestalin.wps

Escape From East Berlin
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A 7 page examination of the history of the Berlin Wall. This paper concentrates on telling the stories of those who escaped. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPberlinWallEscapes.rtf

Exporting Chocolate To Moscow
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This 12 page paper begins with a comprehensive report of the chocolate and confectionery market in Moscow, including leading companies, market shares, and the effect of multinationals on domestic companies. The writer discusses managing the supply chain for this industry and suggests technology solutions. Transportation logistics are discussed with recommendations for shipping chocolate. 1 Table included. Statistical data included.
Filename: PGmscwc.rtf

Fascism: Nazi Germany And Stalin's Russia
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5 pages in length. The extent to which Nazi Germany and Stalin's Russia shared much of the same Fascist ideology cannot be denied; that each totalitarian and self-proclaimed political messiah brought about overwhelming pain and suffering to his respective people speaks volumes regarding how the nature of Fascist rule was one imparted upon both the German and Russian people without conscience. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCFashz.rtf


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