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Income Inequality in Indonesia

The inclusion of rural areas in the development strategies is one important action that a government can do to reduce inequality and this was one of the most significant strategies done by Indonesia: To include a broad-based rural development strategy in their plans. Through this strategy, rural areas were targeted by the policies and programs […]

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Indonesia’s production

It can be said then that Indonesia’s economic development that resulted in reduced inequality was characterized by Suharto’s decision to have state-controlled industrialization and foreign development aid, foreign direct investment, deregulation and market liberalization, price stabilization in monetary policy as well as defense in foreign reserves (Wood, 2005). Not only did these policies distribute the […]

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Several price controls

In addition there were some economic advisers, and policy makers who have had completed some studies outside Indonesia and were also influenced by International ideas because some were involved in discussions and education programs by the World Bank. Also, the fact that some of these members were professors in Indonesia’s major Universities, could have had […]

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Why Had Inequality in Indonesia Been Lower from World War II to 1997

The Indonesian economy had experienced a significant decrease in inequality relative to its neighbor countries such as Malaysia and Philippines (Soekirman, 1992). Such decline happened in the context of the regime of Suharto, post World War II. This significant decrease happened as a result of a play among different factors before, during and after their […]

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Why Funding for the National Parks Should Not be Cut

MOST people experience a feeling of peace and contentment when we can get away from the hustle and bustle of city life to enjoy the beauties of some natural setting. John Muir, a well-known early conservationist, noted: “Mountain parks and reservations are useful not only as fountains of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains […]

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Educational opportunities

Every individual in the society has their own plans and ambitions in their life and this aspect in their life is generally affected by their views of the real world and their philosophy towards life. I guess what I am really trying to say is that the ambitions and goals of an individual determines much […]

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Why Coca Cola Taste Better Than Pepsi

Coca-Cola has been the iconic drink of countless American generations. Some even say that Coke, as it is more popularly known across the world is the instrument our nation uses to conquer other countries. It has remained a symbol of American affluence that is copied all over the world. It is such an iconic symbol […]

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Summary of the article ‘Why Different is better’

Carroll, incoming CEO of the international mining and metal company, Anglo American believes that being different, or more specifically a woman in a man’s world and an extrovert at that has worked to her advantage throughout her career and being a woman has never proved to be a handicap, her love and knowledge of science […]

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Skin Graft Immune Response

Most people think of organs like the heart, kidney, lung, and liver when they think of transplants, but skin grafting is just as common in the medical field. Skin grafting is the transplantation of skin to another part of the body. Skin harvesting and transplantation techniques began nearly 3000 years ago with the Hindu Tilemaker […]

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VLAN

VLAN In this paper I will present a plan on how a VLAN could be implemented so that bandwidth is not consumed. My plan will ensure that the network is not flooded with packets, and that members of the same VLAN can be located in different buildings or cities. The benefit of creating a VLAN […]

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Adult Education

For many years there has been much debate about what, if anything, sets adult education apart from other fields of study or disciplines. According to Davenport and Davenport (1985), the identification of what is unique about adult learning (in contrast to child or youth learning) has been a long-standing effort in adult education. They reasoned […]

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Racism in America

Racism is hatred and intolerance for another race and it comes in many forms, but its outcome is the same. It can make those who are its victims feel angry, unwelcome, intimidated and unworthy. In its extreme form, it can lead entire communities to persecute others, and to be indifferent to their sufferings. The development […]

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Drug Addiction and Abuse

The use of drugs for nonmedical purpose carries a risk for the user and our society. Our society pays the cost of injuries to nonusers as well as self-inflicted injuries to the users themselves. The society ultimately pays the cost of all acute and chronic toxicity through the loss of productivity and by subsidizing medical […]

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Taiping Movement

5. ‘The Taiping Rebellion was the climax of a half-century of widespread social upheaval that blanketed every part of the Ch’ing Empire at a time when dynastic strength was on the decline. ‘ Discuss the background causes of the Taiping Rebellion in the light of the above statement. Introduction– Traditional rebellions in China had been […]

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Sepoy Rebellion

To start off the Sepoys were a group of Indian soldiers that worked for the European forces. These soldiers worked for the East Indian Company’s army. In May 1857 they started a mutiny, or a rebellion. This brought on many other rebellions, and basically a war for independence. There were many economic, religious, political, and […]

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Program Planning Terminology

I finally got that position as a program manager with SWFAS (Southwest Florida Addiction Services) that I had a lot of interest in. The program that they offer to clients is one that I am very interested in. The program offers help to all people who have chemical substance addictions. The organization conducted a needs […]

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The History of Tattoos and Women

Tattoos are not a new idea in regard to being a way for people to be individuals. The thing that has changed in regards to tattoos is why people are getting them. This is especially true for women. The first tattoos were put on people to tell other people information about them, whether the information […]

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“Speak” Book Report by Laurie Halse Anderson

The book I have just finished reading is called Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. The publisher of the novel is Farrar Straus Giroux and was publisher in October 1999 with 197 pages. The genre of this novel was teen fiction. The cover automatically caught my attention when I first saw it, when I started reading […]

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University of Phoenix

Identify an organization not previously selected and recommend methods to reduce costs. What effects do technologies have on costs? What are some lower-cost sources the organization can utilize to reduce costs? What considerations might cause a profit-maximizing firm to decide to forgo using lower-cost sources? A: A small candy factory can install within itself improved […]

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Late Adulthood and Death

In this day and time, in reference to science and technology, late adulthood is a stage of life that most of us will be involved in, yet death is an event we all will experience. Within the contents of the paper we will address ageism and the stereotypes affiliated with the period of late adulthood. […]

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Swimming from Sestos to Abydos: Character Lord Byron

“Written after Swimming from Sestos to Abydos”, by Lord Byron, is a poem that exemplifies Byron’s personality and his ego. Byron is known as a notorious Romantic poet all over the world. He is also known for his scandalous acts with many women,even young boys, and his prominent demeanor. After reading several of Byron’s work, […]

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Crime Bulletin

1. Child Predator- Killed in Prison A registered sex offender, Jaime Elizondo, 35, of San Gabriel was convicted for assaulting a 5 year old girl inside an Arcadia bookstore in 2008. He was serving a 30 year to life for lewd a lascivious acts on a child under 14, he was also convicted for exposing […]

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Four Functions of Management

The objective of this paper is to explain and define the four functions of management, which are planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The paper will also explain how these four functions are incorporated in the fast food franchise of Hardees and Carl Jr. restaurants. Discussed are different ways the restaurant managers practice these functions for […]

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Old People Nowadays

An old person does not have the physical ability of a young person. Walking may be worth the effort. Crossing a road can be impossible without assistance. This busy world is certainly not kind to old folks. Crossing a road is just one problem they encounter, getting onto a bus is another. The old person […]

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The Soviet Tragedy, a History of Socialism in Russia

The Soviet socialist revolution fascinated everyone and came to change politics all over Europe. However, it turned out to be a beast with two backs: even though to many it represented the hope of Socialism and the salvation of the working class, to many other millions it brought the horrors of totalitarianism and persecution. Until […]

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Baby Steps to Achieve Long Term Goals

As a sophomore at Century High School, I enrolled in a welding program at the University. before the class started I thought it was going be very easy. However, I soon realized it was not going to be easy at all. In fact, the welding program was quite hard. Nonetheless, the instructors were supportive and […]

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What is more important, Personal Privacy or National Security?

What is more important, Personal Privacy or National Security? There has been a significant change in privacy laws over the past decade since the September 11, 2011. If security versus privacy trade-off is biased in favor of security, particularly in times of public insecurity, there is reason to fear that we may too easily sacrifice […]

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Image of Change

Two key images of managing change are management as control and management as shaping. Management as control is a top down view of the management it motivates the Fayol theory of management which involves activities such as planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating, and controlling. Management as shaping is an image which views managing as being about […]

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The Great Leap Forward

The Great Leap Forward was a creative yet disastrous interruption in Chinese economic development. It is one of those “moments” in Chinese history that is the epitome of Mao Zedong’s willingness to experiment, as well as his political genius in seizing control of the forms of government out of the hands of his intellectual and […]

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