However , the Spain has faced the lost of territorial sovereignty , but in the European level , its regional position has been strengthened and revaluated during the process of Europeanization . In the European level , the empowerment of regional actors has not only been faced by the Spanish national state , however , it has also been faced within its own barriers . In other words , the territorial space and the functional space have been facing a friction in the Spanish state . Newly functional bonds have...
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The shows conserved the disappearing , unsettled and untamed world of the west as well as brought the audience some livelihood . Growth of the Wild West Shows According to Binnema (2002 , Buffalo Bill was the first person to perform in the Wild West shows in Europe as well as in the United States of America . Buffalo 's shows were done in 1883 and went up until 1913 . The shows were used to popularize several performers and personalities as well as romanticizing...
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Chapter 16 - ``The American West ' In Chapter 16 , ``The American West ' Henretta describes the growth of United States across the Great Plains and the western frontiers . Through the description of the changing landscape of this region , he illustrates the reliance of this expansion on the dual force of individual dreams and commercial and cultural exploitation . Prior to the 1860s and the development of the railroad system across the plains , as a means to link the Oregon territory to the East...
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Austria vehemently opposed the idea of Turkey membership , however UK made it possible and Turks for the first time in decades look jubilant . It is not essential that this No will be repeated . It is doubted that the French rejection can put EU dream into a permanent paralysis and may lead to the integration process into a dead end . However...
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Otto the Great for in 1803 he so far consolidated Germany 's disrupted territories that the remaining states , enlarged and strengthened , could in time form a strong union and become a great international power . His restrictions on the size of the Prussian army after his victory at Jena suggested to Scharnhorst , Gneisenau and Boyne a subterfuge which made Prussia the...
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This has made the provision of services better and faster to the people . Political parties in France have not been spared either by the Europeanization process . Most of the parties are taking the European Union debate for political mileage by supporting various policies which they deem fit to the people . The socialists for example differ when it comes to European...
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The customers reported that some WM rest rooms were dirty . Some reported that there were no maintenance personnel in some WM branches . Some of the branch managers conceded to the allegations , noting that the central office directed them cut labor costs . Labor turnover is directly related to ``wage flexibility-labor inflexibility ' As more and more workers are discriminated in a firm...
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Mythical West Garden . This became the start of the native 's nightmare . The native settlers during this period are Indians and other minority groups however , they have been driven away from their homelands by the aggressive and domineering Americans . The stampede has occupied 430 million acres of land , which is actually twice the size of the nation . Furthermore , these settlers...
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These key issues are put into consideration by the EU and this is why its policy is in three categories . The first in this category is the solidarity policy which deals with regional Agricultural and Social Affairs . The second is the innovation policies which bring the art technologies to fields such as environmental protection and development (RD ) and energy . Lastly...
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She wipes out all traces of the past , even of her family except a few slivers of glass . Reflections in glass are a persistent device used in the film - meant to convey the distance Julie is creating for herself and her memories . But the distance Julie wants to create cannot really stave off her past , try as she might her...
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NIC ) economies . Anita Woolfolk , `` Educational Psychology 9th ed ( Boston : Allyn Bacon , 2005 , Appendix iv . Yes , the plight of the West African region concerning the preservation of equality among sovereigns and citizens amidst the world view of cultural relativism Ibid . has been a struggle . When nations are led to believe that there are races more superior than others , there lies...
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One of the most valuable accomplishments of Conover 's study is this idea that there is an inherent tendency for prisoners to create society of cultural specificities and that this instinct would be obstructed at the peril of over all penal facility . Still , it is important that the intention of Conover 's work is not to refute impressions of the...
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Mae West , tried to challenge these stereotypes and tried to normalize the view that sexually active females are also acceptable without the need to dignify , renounce , or express regret such preference . On the other hand , her sexual appetite for men which is common among gay men served as a model for inspiring homosexuals to come out of their closets and...
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At that point , even during the period of American depression , Hollywood reflected the movement of the society , and even injecting the idea of the spectacle and venues of escapism through their movies . Glamour would become integral to Hollywood cinema , especially during the 1940s and 1950s , with radicalism in stories becoming more apparent at the onset of the 1960s and 1970s...
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