Japanese ones , experience difficulties in comprehension of some aspects of this literary masterpiece . For one , difficult language with the usage of specific poetry that was well known in the eleventh century but is out of context today and the lack of unique names of characters who are instead called according to their functions , color of clothing , words they say , and other indirect qualities contribute to the inevitable certain detachment of the novel with all its interesting and entertaining aspects from...
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The main strategy was to concentrate the capital and expand the production in the highly developed countries (Castles Miller , 68 ) ``The same capitalist economic processes that create migrants in peripheral regions simultaneously attract them to developed countries (Massey , 42 )This mass production required large amount of labor and as a result a great influx of labor occurred in the developed...
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There is no difference in the effectiveness of ``The Super Alarm ' and an ordinary alarm as an anti-theft device . An ordinary alarm is a more effective anti-theft device than ``The Super Alarm ' if the ordinary alarm has a higher functioning rate (6 ) Randomized Experiment Design Diagram R : ``The Super Alarm ' Group R : Ordinary Alarm Group X : ``The Super Alarm ' X...
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