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Multicultual Britain

In this essay I will be studying the two highly successful films, ‘East is East’ and ‘Bend It Like Beckham’. I will compare and contrast the films to show the representation on multicultural Britain. The word “representation” within the film industry is used to describe what the film maker is trying to make the audience feel, […]

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National Australia Bank organisational audit

  It is also prompting micro changes within the organisation through cultural change. Dunphy (1996) systems theory suggested that planned change by an organisation is usually prompted by failures resulting from its inability to adapt to its changing environment. NAB has historically maintained an increasingly process-driven, bureaucratic company, which has become complacent in its success. […]

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The cheapest of all the OECDs

The influence of older people within 21st century society has increased dramatically due to circumstances which occurred post-World War Two. The two baby booms between 1948-1950 and between 1955-1962 meant that at the dawn of the 21st century the demographics for Britain hosted a ‘top heavy’ population with older people accounting for higher numbers than […]

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East Dakota

Personal diaries, travel narratives, and other forms of written historical records are rarely as mysterious as the ancient remains studied by archaeologists. In fact, archaeology provides limited scientific data, but a plethora to discover, debunk, and interpret about our human past. In archaeology, there are no modern-day witnesses or substantial written records to confirm our […]

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Jenks and Prout

Childhood is a social and cultural construction that is constantly fluctuating and subject to change (Hockey and James 1993: 51). The concept of childhood is problematic, since it varies over time and space, with no two societies holding the same ideologies about it (Punch 2003: Stirling University). In Britain and many other, if not all […]

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Is the Government doing enough to prevent marginalisation

  They also suggested that previous efforts and funds had been wasted due to lack of co-ordination both locally and centrally (Batty 2002). Since its formation in 1997 the SEU has been working hard in tandem with the Government to address social exclusion and it’s associated social problems. A report in December 2003 by the […]

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How far did Germany model itself on Britain 1890-1900?

  However, Germany saw British isolationism as a downfall and wished to secure lands that were ceased during the 1860s and 70s and needed to be the most powerful country on the continent in order to achieve high levels of security from the surrounding major powers, such as France and Austria. This leads on to […]

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The state and private pensions

The purpose of this essay is to discuss the current issues and relationships concerning older people and their means to gain a form of income after leaving the labour market. There will be reference to both the state and private pensions and the various other ways in which people can acquire funds to support themselves […]

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