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Analysis of Global Expansion and Interaction by David Ringrose

- Global Expansion and Interaction by, David Ringrose is about global history and civilization in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. World expansion between 1200 and 1700 offers a helpful perspective on the world since 1950. (Pg.4) The theme presented in the book is the global history during 1200 to 1700 and is displayed in a cross-cultural and comparative manner. By examining the five key fields of conflict, from Imperial China to the Aztec and Inca Empires, he demonstrates how cultural, economic, and political areas of impact overlapped and expanded....   [tags: history, civilization, expansion]

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The Perils of Expansion during Thomas Jefferson and James Polk

- Rich with exotic scenes and characters, the westward expansion of the United States has long intrigued the storyteller. Often, inspired by this setting, he has chosen to write of gunfights and Indian raids, or of idealistic pioneers battling nature on the frontier’s edge. But there exists a far darker epic of the high plains and the dry deserts: that of a nation whose drastic expansion rent it apart. The grandiose and decisive policies of American presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Polk saw the vast expanses west of the Mississippi River absorbed into the Union, extending the nation west to the Pacific and south to Mexico....   [tags: expansion, civil, war, government, social]

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To What Extent Did the Railroad Affect Westward Expansion in 19th Century America?

- A: Plan of the Investigation This investigation evaluated: To what extent does the railroad affect westward expansion in 19th century America. In order to assess its contribution, the investigation focused on the construction and expansion of the railroads westward; evaluating how and to what extent the western frontier used the railroads. This is done by assessing who the first settlers were, what the trains were transporting between the East and West, and how it affected the people of the 19th century....   [tags: construction and expansion technology]

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The Expansion Of Westward Expansion

- Westward Expansion Manifest Destiny was the belief that started and caused the westward expansion and led to many wars between all different types of people and the different countries that owned the land. The expansion allowed for lifespan to increase, the economy blossomed, and the main goal was accomplished which was getting occupation of America from ocean coast to ocean coast. In the early 1800s the United States started their goal of the westward expansion. The idea of Manifest Destiny helped Americans to advance their civilization all the way to the opposite ocean being the Pacific Ocean, and even try getting down in Mexico and other parts of Central America....   [tags: United States, American Civil War]

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The Expansion of the Universe

- ... The big bang theory started 15 million years ago and it was a massive explosion and is still expanding; and will never stop expanding. The Big Bang theory is science's best explanation of how the universe was created. The big bang theory is telling us that our entire universe was created by these little tiny (they are like billions of times smaller than a little proton), super mega dense, super multi mass exploded and began expanding very quickly, eventually cooling and forming into the stars and many of the galaxies with which we are familiar with....   [tags: galaxies, big bang]

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The Expansion of NATO

- The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was founded in 1949 as a means of collective security for the West to defend against the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc. With the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, NATO seemed to have lost a main reason for existing. As former Eastern Bloc nations expressed interest in participating in NATO operations or even joining, Russia became steadily uneasy. When evaluating their response to NATO expansion in the 1990’s, did Russia act in an offensive or defensive manner....   [tags: Diplomacy]

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Expansion of the Caribbean

- During the period of 1640-1690 the expansion of the Caribbean “economy, was made possible by the expansion of the European colonisation over the Atlantic. However Africans were captured for slave trade to sustain the development of sugar industry, through slave labour to produce sugarcane.” (Grouchier & Walton, 1629: 418-420). The scramble for Africa brought about gender inequality within the African society, the European invasion in the Atlantic introduced some political conflicts regarding the demand for economic control and to take over the Atlantic....   [tags: Economy, European Colonization, Atlantic]

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The Expansion of Technology

- The expansion of technology in this day and age has resulted in a generation that demands new information at a speedy rate. The media plays a vital role in informing the public about politics, campaigns and elections. Although the media comes under a lot of heat for presenting alleged media bias to its followers, what is often put on the back burner is the influence that the media has on the government; and, vice versa the influence that the government has on the media. There is a palpable cyclic relationship between the government, the media, and the public....   [tags: politics, elections, media]

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The Westward Expansion

- There were many people responsible for the westward expansion of the US. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were one of the first Americans to precisely explore and map the western Territories. During their expeditions they were aided by a Shoshone woman named Sacagawea and her French-Canadian husband Toussaint Charbonneau, during which they served as translators. Their expedition helped path a way for thousands of settlers to move west. Jorge Donor was a settler who was emigrating to the west with a group of settlers (Known as the Donor Party) to settle there....   [tags: lewis and william clark, jorge donor]

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The MLB Expansion

- There was some speculation about some of the members of the committee who would ultimately decide where the franchises would end up as some had connections to a few of the potential destinations. Jerry Reinsdorf of the Chicago White Sox was good friends with Jerry Colangelo which symbolized good news for Phoenix, even though Reinsdorf denied it. Reinsdorf was also connected to Tampa as he was believed to have owed a debt to Tampa for the time when he threatened to move the White Sox from Chicago to Tampa....   [tags: Major League Baseball, American Pasttime, Sports]

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Anglicization and Expansion

- Even though the American colonies developed original American beliefs through westward expansion; British Enlightenment ideas and Anglicization provided the foundation for American ideals, proving the culture that emerged in the mid-18th century colonies to be indistinct from Britain. The English Enlightenment represented innovation in technology, advancement of communication, and the destruction of absolutism, all of which significantly affected American culture. Scientific discoveries in Europe, mainly cultivated by Isaac Newton, Galileo, and Copernicus, served as the pinnacles of scientific rationalism, or the science that provides answers to questions reached through human inquiry, not...   [tags: American Colonies, Results]

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How Can Economy And Expansion Be A?

- How can economy and expansion be one. Can Expansion be implied to anything. My belief in both expansion and economics can occur at the same time. Expansion is just another formation of growth that takes place whether within an environment or economy. Is there a price to pay if only one is chosen. The development of expansion is the process that is best known for continuing growth of not only an environment but of an existence within the development of an ecosystem, a planet, even human society can all be examples of expansion....   [tags: Working class, Middle class, Wage, Social class]

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The Formation And Expansion Of The Mongol Empire

- ... The unity in the Mongol tribes made it permissible for the conquest to conquer Eurasia to begin, this was significant because unity was required in order to train an effective army (Jankowiak, 2013). Evidently the central Asian steppe was able to produced powerful confederations of nomadic tribes through the command of one unifying tribe, signifying the power and influence that was brought about by the unity of these tribes. The unity of these tribes was one of the main things that Genghis Khan had desired from the very beginning, with this he was able to initiate the expansion of the Mongol Empire because he was confident in the capability of his army, “historians have come to identify...   [tags: Mongol Empire, Genghis Khan, Central Asia]

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Marketing Plan For The Expansion Of Nike

- Based off previous sales growth I am predicting this trend to continue with the India expansion. Nike should be able to easily transition to a worldwide brand. The budget for advertising has been adjusted to reflect the dollars that will need to be spent to capitalize on the expansion. To fund this expansion I have anticipated using a certain amount of Cash and having to invest in more property. We have decided not to issue any more shares of common stock, as cash and possible long-term debt should be a sufficient enough source of funding....   [tags: Financial ratio, Finance, Financial ratios]

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Expansion Of The Great Of Macedon Or Rome

- Expansion is a significant element of most ancient cultures. However, not many reach the expansion magnitude of either Alexander the Great of Macedon or Rome. Both cultures are known for some of histories most breath taking expeditions of their times. Though the journey may have been troubling for these societies, both cultures brought great honor and wealth home in their own distinctive ways. While both the culture of Rome and Macedon during the time of Alexander the Great have quite a large number of differences in their dreams of expansion and how to maintain the home front while the soldiers are away, the similarities they share of scare tactics and how to handle their Greek neighbors ar...   [tags: Alexander the Great, Ancient Rome, Roman Empire]

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Exploration And Expansion Of The United States

- “We are entering on its untrodden space, with the truths of God in our minds, beneficent objects in our hearts, and with a clear conscience unsullied by the past.” (O’Sullivan n. pag.) This quote from “John L. O’Sullivan on Manifest Destiny, 1839” demonstrates the beliefs the Americans of the time felt about moving. Westward expansion is an immense part of the history of the United States because it allowed the American culture to broaden. Many people in the nineteenth century believed that America would be a great and powerful nation in the years to come....   [tags: United States]

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Expansion Of A New Wood Yard

- In the 1793 map it shows that there has been some expansion since 1776 as there has been a new pier added to the harbour. This might be to abide with higher usage of the dock and to make easier access for ships. This shows that some development has taken place. There is also a new wood yard this might be to combat demand. At this stage though is no real drastic changes taking place which indicates that development and expansion at the time was fairly slow. In the 1833 plan there is clear signs of development and expansion that have taken place....   [tags: Industrial Revolution, Factory, Scotland]

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Lauisiana Expansion on the Medicaid Healthcare

- Medicaid provides medical benefits to individuals and families to receive healthcare due to lower incomes, and there are more children with Medicaid benefits in the state of Louisiana. Working families apply for this benefit because they are unable to afford healthcare for their families. Applying for this benefit does not consider that person to be unemployed or unfit; some individuals simply cannot afford to have the additional funds taken out of their pay. The parents of those children want their families to have medical benefits for health, personal, or accidental purposes....   [tags: benefit, healthcare, incomes]

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The Expansion Of The Mcdonald 's Corporation

- ... The franchiser maintains a considerable degree of control over the operations and processes used by the franchisee, but the franchiser will also provide branding, marketing, training, labor support and arbitration to ensure solidarity between other branches. A typical franchise includes rights to trade mark, trade names, logos, patents, and industry knowledge. Obtaining a franchise is beneficial because it can allow a small local business to operate as if it were a much larger enterprise. For example, in 2013 McDonald’s franchise owners’ were able to benefit from the $808 million that the McDonald’s corporation spent on advertising....   [tags: Franchising, Business model]

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Thermal Expansion and Its Consequences

- A change in temperature may cause various changes in physical properties of an object due to the response of its particles. One of those changes is the volume of object. Typically, when an object is heated, its particles receive energy, increase the frequency and magnitude of their motion, and as a result, increase collisions and volume of object. Conversely, when an object is cooled, its particles decrease motion activities, decrease collisions, and the object shrinks. This tendency of matter is called thermal expansion....   [tags: Climate Change, Consequences]

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Turner and the Glorification of Westward Expansion

- In 1893 when Frederick Jackson Turner delivered his famous essay “The Significance of the Frontier in American History,” the United States had recently fulfilled the goal of Manifest Destiny by finishing its conquest of the West. Westward expansion had been an integral aspect of the American identity and its citizens were left wondering what would continue to propel the United States into the future. At the same time, people were also looking back and trying to decide how exactly the frontier had shaped American life....   [tags: US History]

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The Expansion Of A New Independent Nation

- ... By 1803, Vermont, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio were brought into the Union as states; between 1816 and 1821, Indiana, Mississippi, Illinois, Alabama, Maine, and Missouri were admitted as a result of the second burst of expansion. With this westward expansion came the customs that the migrants had from their Eastern regions. For example, those that went to the area known as the “Old Northwest” (today’s region of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and a portion of Minnesota) from New England grew wheat as their primary crop, had dairy farms, and planted fruit orchards....   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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The United States ' Territorial Expansion

- ... This is later tested when the Russians were “reserving the Northwest Coast from the Bering Strait to 51 degrees north latitude solely for Russian subjects... banning the approach of foreign vessels.” In response to this, Monroe resists the ban, thus causing the Russians to withdraw. This is important because the response showed the first successful application of the doctrine’s non-colonization clause. In addition, a memo is sent to Minister Henry Middleton in Russia by Adams, stating that the acquisition and claim of the Oregon territory would occur in a matter of time....   [tags: Manifest Destiny, United States, James K. Polk]

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Globalization: The Expansion of Large Empires

- Globalization is best defined as the global interaction of distant people influenced by cultural exchange. Globalization can be traced back to the early 500’s and is still dominant in today’s society. Early civilizations were never isolated from their neighbors, leaving a door open for cross-cultural exchanges. Through empire expansion, trade, revolutions, ideologies, and technology, globalization has played a major role in history and also in shaping the world today, making it one of history’s most significant phenomena....   [tags: cultural exchange, revolution, trade, economy]

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Discovery of the Expansion of the Universe

- For thousands of years it was believed that our Universe was finite. In 1920, The Great Debate, also called the Shapley-Curtis Debate happened in Washington where Shapley argued that our Milky Way was the only galaxy in the Universe and Curtis argued that there were many other galaxies in the Universe but none of the opponents had any concrete evidence to prove their respective theories. However, in 1929 Edwin Hubble provided observational evidence from which he concluded that there was millions of galaxies in the Universe beside our Milky Way Galaxy....   [tags: galaxies, astronomers, moving]

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Criteria for MLB Expansion Cities

- Criteria for MLB Expansion Cities Ultimately, there are three exceptionally important criteria for deciding on good candidate for an expansion team. The first criterion is that the stadium must be controlled or owned by the baseball team. The stadium is a crucial aspect because most of the team’s revenue is generated in relation to the stadium. This stadium revenue comprises of ticket sales, parking, merchandise and concessions. Thus, without a stadium, the team will not be able to generate a stable source of revenue....   [tags: baseball team, stadium]

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Medicaid Expansion Of The United States

- Medicaid Expansion The medical field always needs workers to take care of people in need. These jobs could include anything from a CNA, to a neurosurgeon, to a receptionist at a doctor’s office. Every single person that pursues a career in some type of medical profession is very important in providing the necessary care for people of all ages. Nurses, especially, are very important in keeping every patient healthy and happy. However, there has been a huge shortage in the number of supplied nurses....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Medicine, Physician]

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The Expansion of the Great Black Migration

- From the early 1900s – 1920s the Great Black Migration occurred. In addition, the Great Migration occurred in the early 1900s and ended shortly after the Great War. The Great Black Migration was a time where blacks left the south to seek a better lifestyle in the Midwestern, Northern, and Eastern states. Blacks fled the South to seek better jobs, escape racism and discrimination, and to look for better schooling for their children. The Great Black Migration mostly occurred in the states of Illinois, Missouri, New York, and California....   [tags: African American History]

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The Law Of Expansion Of Living Space

- ... Also the risk of facing unwanted, dangerous for the child 's mind an aggressive information containing violence, pornography, promoting suicide, racial hatred, is also very high. Teens behave on the Internet in different ways, and the probability of collision with aggression in the system is enormous. The dream of anonymity and exclusion prompts the fact that some users insult other users and provoke them to conflict, and very often this conflicts may end quite badly. The main question that arises in regard to this is how to protect you from cyber bullying in the Internet....   [tags: Abuse, Bullying, Internet, MySpace]

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The Expansion of Babylon and the Code of Hammurabi

- Laws play a major role in the expansion of a nation. Justice is the upholding of those laws from an impartial standpoint. King Hammurabi managed to organize one of the first best preserved set of laws from ancient Babylonian times. The Code of Hammurabi was recorded on clay tablets standing eight feet high. This consisted of 282 provisions arranged under a variety of subjects ranging from family and personal property to trade and business. These laws established penalties with the philosophy that the punishment should fit the crime....   [tags: Code of Hammurabi, laws, ]

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The Role of Spices on the Expansion of Europe

- ... Although many merchants priced certain spices based on their rarity. Which was classified in three categories: intrinsic, circumstantial, and artificial. Intrinsic rarity would entail that nature doesn’t produce many of them, growing in certain places under special conditions or climates. Circumstantial rarity, as Freedman explains is, “nature rather than human intervention limits the supply, either by climate, soil, or other obstacles”. The last of the three was artificial rarity is caused by deliberate human action in order to limit the supply and drive up prices....   [tags: economy, trade, cuisine]

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Expansion Throughout The United States

- Expansion throughout the U.S. has made this country gain it superiority within the countries of the world. These ideas of expansion have lead the U.S. to the most powerful country in the world and also making it the country that is the most involved in world affairs. This idea of expansion that has derived from the very ideals that religion gave to our early individuals that felt it was a right to expand all around the world mainly controlling the U.S., which mainly had belonged to Mexico who lost territory during the Mexican-American war....   [tags: United States, Mexico, Mexican–American War]

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The Expansion And Contraction Of Credit

- ... The falling demand for consumer goods will result in lower profit for the capitalist. Marx’s theories of falling profit and of capital accumulation also help to explain the positive correlation between profit rate decreases and the rate of investment. When there is a decrease in the level and rate of investment, there is a slow down in the rate of economic growth. In 1930, the United States GDP fell by 11.9%, 16% in 1931, 23.1% in 1932, and 4% in 1933. Only in 1934 did the USA GDP begin to increase again....   [tags: Great Depression, Business cycle, Capitalism]

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The Great Achievements Of The Age Of Expansion

- ... As one of the founders of the philosophical school of Atomism, Democritus believed that everything happens in according to the laws of nature and the universe (Violatta). This school tried to understand the world in the most objective manner possible. He believed that everything which is must be eternal, but “ denied that “the void” can be equated with nothing” ( "Ancient Greek Philosophy"). This makes him one of the first thinkers to argue that an entirely empty void actually existed. Democritus also proposed that the universe held many different world, not all of which were inhabited....   [tags: Philosophy, Plato, Socrates, Western culture]

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The Future For The Expansion Of Renewable Energy

- ... Katie Ottenweller, a leader of the Solar Initiative at the Southern Environmental Law Center, claims that utilities are blocking solar growth. This occurs because Utility companies take advantage of outdated monopoly protection laws. Solar power is becoming more and more affordable. Yet customers who decided to limit their utility use and switch to solar power are faced with fees and fines from their utilities for not using them. Largely, what Ottenweller is saying is that utility companies prevent the general population from switching to renewable energy, such as solar power, by making it unaffordable by imposing fines on customers for not using their energy....   [tags: Wind power, Fossil fuel, Energy development]

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Expansion Of The State Of Massachusetts

- To: Rick Scott, Governor of Florida From: Graziana Cassella Date: September 8, 2014 Re: Necessity to Expand Medicaid in Florida Background In an attempt to expand the outreach of health care coverage to a near universal basis the state of Massachusetts passed in 2006 a comprehensive health care reform. Florida is currently in desperate need of a similar development since we have the nation’s second highest rate of uninsured residents younger than 65. Since enacted, the Massachusetts reform has been envisioned as to be in tune with the Affordable Care Act....   [tags: Health care, Health insurance, Healthcare reform]

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Impact Of Slavery On Westward Expansion

- Slavery: The Reason Led to Nation’s Sectional Divide during the 1850s American had changed rapidly in during the nineteenth century. Between 1848 – 1861, the Congress had changed a lot in politics due to the slavery’s impact. The south had large population of slave and mainly agricultural economy with cotton. The nation gradually created many small parties and form of ideology of liberty and progressive. The market evolution brought economy boost for the nation, but it also brought a warning for division of nation by slavery....   [tags: Compromise of 1850, Slavery in the United States]

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American Expansion Of The United States

- American expansion began with “Manifest Destiny” or “Manifesto”, where God gave people the right to move westward while taking over the lands of natives (Zevin 325). This was also known as the westward expansion. Hawaii was one of those countries that became a victim to American imperialism. American sugar plantation largely dominated Hawaii’s economy and as a result many natives established an intimate relationship with the United States. In 1893, a group of Hawaiians and American-planters organized a rebellion that overthrew the Hawaii government of Queen Liliuokalani (Foner 666)....   [tags: United States, Hawaii, Cold War, World War II]

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The Expansion Of The Railroad Canal

- ... Republican ideals consisted of three main parts: Free Labor, Free Soil, and Free men. At the time, most Republicans weren’t fighting for the complete abolishment of slavery, rather, they wanted to stop the expansion of it to promote advancement for white males. Another aspect of this was the advancement in manufacturing that would provide profit from working. The Free Soil concept came from the ideal that white men were entitled to their own land. Land meant success and provided economic advancements for the individual....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States]

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Growth And Expansion Of The Nile Valley

- There are many key developing factors that lead to the growth and expansion of the Nile Valley States. The Nile Valley states had a wide range of cultures that co-existed within the means of trade, ideas, religion, and ultimately: the Nile river. In ancient history, early African societies are known for the shaping and expanding many modern day African cultures, and countries. In Ancient times not many early civilizations were strong and developed enough to have a thriving society. That however was not the case with the people and cultures of the Nile....   [tags: Ancient Egypt, Egypt, Nile, Nubia]

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A Civilization Of Expansion, Knowledge And War

- A civilization of expansion, knowledge and war Ever since time began, Humans have circled the Earth searching for riches, land and to unravel the mysteries of the universe. When Humans see something they desire, they do whatever it takes, by sword, persuasion, or negotiation to achieve it. Moreover every moment of mankind 's existence is spent trying to become stronger than their neighbor and even nature itself. Since its dawning, mankind has always been a war ragging race. Moreover, the smarter this race thinks they get, the more they take for granted of what the beautiful creator has given them....   [tags: World War II, World War I, Global conflicts, War]

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The Expansion of the Roman Empire

- The War with Veii played a significant role in the expansion of the Roman Empire. The war, which ended in 410 B.C., set in motion an entirely different Roman army. No longer was the army a volunteer militia, instead it became a paying and contractual organization. The “Roman victory brought an end to Rome’s most threatening neighbor and began its rise to prominence in the central Italian peninsula” (www.warandgameinfo.com). Another sizeable contributing factor to the expansion of the Roman Empire was the sacking of Rome by the Gauls in 390 B.C.....   [tags: Roman History ]

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The Expansion of Buffalo Wild Wings

- Country Study This study will focus on the casual dining restaurant and sports bar Buffalo Wild Wings which primarily sells buffalo wings, and its potential international expansion into China, one of the worlds fastest growing major economies. In order to gain a better understanding of China, it is important to understand the environmental factors associated with the country. I will begin by discussing economic, geographic, and political-legal factors. According to a 2013 estimate of purchasing power parity, China has a GDP of $13.3 trillion....   [tags: administration, china, foreign investment]

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The Expansion of Japan after WWI

- ... This gave Japan an advantage over its competitors. Japan, even though being destroyed by war looked to rebuilding. As Japan's economy was rebuilding, many former soldiers joined the workforce to help the cause. Even though Japan lost all of their territories they have expanded their influence through Asia and other nations. Through the tough times of Japan they've since rebounded their economy and reputation. In 1937 Japan Invaded the Chinese Province of Manchuria. The Japanese attack against Shanghai was slowed due to China's tough resistance....   [tags: economy, invasions, pearl harbor]

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The Expansion Of Prisoners ' Rights

- ... Perhaps enforcing harsher policies on abuse within the jail, whether it be physical, sexual, or emotional. All the time individuals are being victimized within the prison system and many of them may not receive any defense or protection. A lot of the time it cannot be 100% proven that someone has suffered abuse within the prison system. There is a lot of difficulty in such cases and I believe that more policies need to be enforced to make sure that abuse does not increase and that voices do not go unheard....   [tags: Prison, Human rights, Corrections]

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Expansion of the Islam Religion

- Expansion of Islam Islam is a religion initially spread by the prophet Muhammad. Muhammad had received the message from God while meditating and took the messages he received to birth the religion Islam (Doc A). Islam can be seen all over the world, from the United States to Asia. Muslims make up 20% of the world population and most Muslims are outside the Middle East (Doc H). A good example showing how far Islam spread is in places such as Africa where the mosque of Dejeme can be found (Doc C)....   [tags: muhammad, muslim, geography]

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Reasons for the Expansion of Deforestation

- ... Deforestation is bringing consequences and negative effects to the world. Now that 70-80% of the world species are located in the tropical rainforest, the loss of species will be greatly affected by deforestation. ("Effects of Deforestation," n.d.).By this living creatures are losing their habitats and its leading to the extinction of species. Its been estimated that around 50 to 100 types of animals are lost each day.This brings as a consequence for medical researchers who depend on animals and plants for hunting and medicine....   [tags: agricultural activities, rainforest]

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Expansion And The Inevitable Conflict

- ... This was the belief that America was destined to reach from coast to coast. O’Sullivan had used this term to promote expansion to the west, telling people that if they go anywhere they should go west. People said that not only could they expand, but they were chosen by God to do it. In your lecture you discussed the term “young America” Which meant that in all the excitement of forming a new nation the people were left with the mindset that they deserved to spread west. Because of this, the people couldn’t be held back at all....   [tags: Slavery in the United States, American Civil War]

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Prison Expansion: No Benefit to Society

- No one likes seeing large imposing buildings with high brick walls and barbed wire topping them And behind those thick walls is another imposing building with small slivers crossed with large grates to let light in and men and women clothed in orange roaming the highly watched yard. They are imposing and daunting buildings, ones that would take away from a community’s attractiveness. But worse than seeing a new building like this one being built in one’s community, is seeing an already imposing building expanding into one’s neighborhood....   [tags: Crime & Punishment]

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The Expansion of the Nation-State System

- The foundation of the modern world system can be traced back centuries to the collapse of the Roman Empire and the subsequent introduction of the feudal system in Medieval Europe which heavily relied upon peasants working the agrarian base of the economy. The landed gentry then extracted the wealth created by the peasants, and, using paid military forces, they commanded taxation or tribute which supported entire divisions of labor. Because these rulers didn’t have the necessary means to fund wars, they began to take out loans from merchants in Italian port cities....   [tags: modern world, feudal system, medieval europe]

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Expansion of Netflix into Western Europe

- Summary This article features US-based online subscription television shows and movies service provider, Netflix’s plan to expand into Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland this year (Edwards 2014). Europe’s wide broadband penetration coupled with strong middle class and efficient billing systems poised as an attractive market for Netflix. Netflix also understood that to successfully penetrate across the target markets, they would need to tailor their online content library according to local cultural....   [tags: marketing strategy, subscription television]

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Proposal for an Online Business Expansion

- A. Develop a proposal for an online business expansion in which you do the following: 1. Discuss how you will facilitate customer payment using e-commerce solutions (e.g., how the transaction will take place, including the tools customers will use). There are a wide range of options available for shopping carts solutions related to ecommerce. Many factors go into the final decision for the payment option; funding, support staff, time and security just to name a few. A shopping cart that would be a good choice for the Cancer Care and Research Center (CCRC) is Volusion 2013....   [tags: e-commerce solutions]

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The Expansion Of The United States

- As a country founded on the many cultures drawn to a promise of a better life, the United States sees immigrants as vital to its expansion. Beginning with the first European settlements in 1607, America has since experienced successive waves of immigration that have risen and fallen over time. Throughout history, immigrants have helped form a distinct and unique political and social culture while providing labor for the growing economy. Immigrants shaped America. In the past, Americans embraced different cultures and assimilated new ideas, yet always maintained a strong sense of loyalty to the principles by which the country was founded on – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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Colonialism, The, And Expansion Of Colony

- Colonialism The definition is the establishment, exploitation, maintenance, acquisition, and expansion of colony in one territory by a political power from another territory. It is a set of unequal relationships between the colonial power and the colony and often between the colonists and the indigenous population.The european was from the sixteenth to the mid twentieth century.They raced against their rivals in order to claim new territory.With the industrial revolution well underway the industrialized countries needed raw materials to be able to produce the goods....   [tags: Colonialism, British Empire, Europe]

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The Expansion Of The European Empire

- Lives of indigenous people were changed immensely during European Imperialism as hundreds of nations were exploited during the time period between 1830 and 1930. “By the early 20th century, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, and Portugal together held sway over almost 84 percent of the earth’s surface.” Colonies developed in these foreign societies benefited the European empire economically in many forms. Henceforth, imperialism was primarily an economic rationale for the empire, which supplied the home country with essential raw materials, a cheap labour force, and a new market for goods in an era of increasing global trade....   [tags: Colonialism, Europe, Indigenous peoples]

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The Expansion Of Christianity And Christianity

- Final Essay All around the world people practice different religions however one thing remains the same; religion plays a large role within every society, in fact, its what most of us live for. However throughout history many religions were not as easily accepted as they are today. Throughout antiquity Christians faced a plethora of turmoil and hatred due to their misunderstood beliefs, practices and “disobedience” however, such obstacles failed to seize the growth and development of the faith....   [tags: Christianity, Roman Empire, Bishop, Christendom]

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The Expansion Of Investment Driven Businesses

- The expansion of investment driven businesses has raised the need of assuring the credibility of the financial information that is presented to the shareholders and other users involve in the process. The periodic financial statements prepared by the management of an organization and audited by the auditors are the main source that investors rely upon, therefore; the auditors are expected assure whether the financial statements presented are free from any material misstatements and represent the true and fair view of the company (Ruhnke & Schmidt 2014, p....   [tags: Fraud, Audit, Internal control, Financial audit]

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The Expansion Of The Roman Republic

- ... Consuls had the power to veto one another and were limited to a one-year term. A dictator wrote laws to protect themselves and their liberty. Tiberius and Gaius were raised in an aristocratic family, but called themselves as the plebeians. Despite to their nobility, Gracchi tried to find ways to help the plebeians. The Roman constitution was made up of aristocracy, democracy, and monarchy. The Roman constitution was upon the power of the consuls. They build a system that they can be referred to and the arguments about the three elements still remain to continue....   [tags: Ancient Rome, Roman Empire, Roman Republic]

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The Expansion Of The Automotive Industry

- ... The choice of a new vehicle includes many factors. Some appeal to reason such as similar features, available options, test results, and crash statistics. But emotions are important too, from how the vehicle makes a buyer feel to its image. Vehicle makers should engage both the heart and the mind of their customers and that 's not always easy. Expressing a personal opinion. What makes a particular vehicle have a unique quality. How do you create an emotional connection with possible buyers. The auto industry is facing new market challenges....   [tags: Automotive industry, Renault, Japan, Automobile]

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The Era Of Islamic Expansion Coins

- ... Muhammad is the Prophet of God” (Source 1). This shows that he may have been trying to show the difference between Islam and Christianity. The first change in the coin though still had some similarities such as the cross and the three figures upfront. This could have possibly been because people were not wanting to change what they were use to. As change began to be more noticeable he wanted the coins of his people to show that Muhammad was the messenger of God and even though polytheist dislike it that he might make it the victorious religion (Source 3)....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Jerusalem, Qur'an]

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NHL Expansion to Southern Cities

- NHL Expansion to Southern Cities As population continually increases in the Southern states, the NHL is moving teams into large Southern cities. In an effort to increase profits and popularity, the NHL has increased the number of teams in the league and moved into Southern cities that have never had hockey teams before. The problem is that hockey is not as popular in the South as it is in the North. This expansion in the South has lead to huge monetary losses to Southern teams and very low attendance numbers....   [tags: Professional Sports]

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The Expansion Of Online Education

- ... Mission Statement and Curriculum The mission of My Institution of America is to provide access to; and the knowledge, skills, and model the ownership of the responsibility to provide leadership and services to society to students seeking education, experiences and opportunities of the higher education learning environment. The plan to expand online education in the curriculum throughout the institution will include broaden the scope of online education, incorporate online education into the curriculum taught in our ground based classes as a blended form of instruction, and incorporate online education into the high school articulation curriculum....   [tags: Education, Management, History of education]

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Expansion to the “New World”

- Expansion to the new world was both a blessing and a curse to both Europeans and the natives of the new land. The first motive for exploring the new world to find a easier and faster way to trade with the Asian countries, but soon after two new continents were discovered it sprouted different motives from everyone. Even though everyone had their own ideas and dreams about the new world they were all ended up with a common goal, to find silver and gold and become very wealthy. Every country heard about and expected to find an unlimited amount of riches....   [tags: America, USA, Juan Ponce de Leon, Columbus, ]

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International Expansion: A Feasibility Study

- INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION: A FEASIBILITY STUDY INTRODUCTION The marketing team of International Consultants Inc. (ICI) began an analysis of the feasibility of expanding the sales of American Training Incorporated (ATI) products into international markets. Mexico and Canada appeared to be the logical initial markets; however, the study showed that other Latin American country should also be considered further The marketing team determined strategies and media for advertising the products in each of the prospective countries, as well as locations of sales....   [tags: Business Analysis]

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AES Corporation: An Expansion Plan

- AES Corporation AES Corporation is an energy company in Arlington, Virginia. The company has been one of the leading energy companies, with its closest competitor being the Touchstone Company. The company, whose headquarters is in Virginia, has been expanding in most of its operations with its main target being to extend its market to other regions within the next five years. On November 14 2011, the company posted its presentation to explain about its plans and intentions over the next five years....   [tags: Business Administration]

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The Expansion of Social Regulation

- Introduction Social regulation has expanded tremendously over the last decade. This expansion is not only attributed to the increases in federal dollars allocated to regulation but also to the expansion of the social regulation arena. This expansion is a result of an increase in regulatory agencies, increased authority granted to regulators, the increase of technology, national security threats, and national mood. In order to fully understand the evolution of social regulation, we must first understand the core principals and purpose of regulation so that we may identify catalyst for this tremendous growth....   [tags: Utilitarian Essays]

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Target's International Expansion to Panama

- ... This measure can dilute the business risk arising from limitation to geographic location as well as fuel its market position. Other contributing factor for an expansion overseas arises from the suffocating rules across US credit card industry, increased overlap in product assortment and rising labor wages and healthcare cost (Target Corporation SWOT analysis, 2013). Limiting to a single geographic proximity can have consequential results. Deterioration in macroeconomic health could influence the volume of new credit accounts, the amount of program balances and the ability of credit card holders to pay their balances....   [tags: company, stores, online, website]

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Firm's Expansion in Global Markets

- Literature Review and Hypothesis Development Studies related to firm’s expansion in global markets have received increasing attention at both empirical and conceptual levels. Numerous conceptual frame works and studies have been put frontward outlining firm’s choice on the way to establish internationalization procedure Whitelock (2002) and Andersen (1997). In prior studies related to the strategic management and international business have investigated a lot about the performance inference of the globally diversification strategies....   [tags: Business, Internationalization]

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Ethical Considerations in Global Expansion

- Introduction The aim of this paper is to discuss the challenges of values-based decision-making ethics in the current marketplace. This discussion will include the research findings on the four markets for potential expansion and an assessment of the current social and political climate of each. A recommendation will offer three best fits based on a comparison of company values, and will include detailed rational for these choices. Content and Analysis Background According to Ferrell (2004), “Organizations create ethical or unethical corporate cultures based on leadership and the commitment to values that stress the importance of stakeholder relationships....   [tags: Global Commerce]

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America 's Expansion Of Imperialism

- After temporarily solving the difficulties of reconstruction and industrialization, America began to pursue an aggressive policy of expansionism. America’s expansion was driven by needs: economic markets, raw materials, coaling stations and military bases. By the 1890’s the majority of the public saw the American frontier as “closed”. This perception contributed greatly to the continued expansion of American lands and the spreading of American culture. In the ever expanding shadow of the European Empires, the U.S....   [tags: United States, World War II, Monroe Doctrine]

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The Expansion Of Western Influence

- ... This caused a need for high quantities of books to be made in little time, something hand scribes could simply not do. Also, with the expansion of religion came a need for production of large numbers of religious texts. To make the situation even more compatible for the start of printing presses, the trade routes were beginning to grow and develop, making the market more open to many wealthy buyers for products. (Pettegree) Johannes Gutenberg took on the risk and created the first printing press, developing and improving upon the machine and system as he went....   [tags: Printing press, Johannes Gutenberg, Printing]

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Unites States' Expansion in Mexico

- Mexico and the United States fought over a vast amount of land, it was the equivalent to half of Mexico. United States real interested was to gain more territory for future expansions plans. The U.S. interest in the expansion was pretty simple. They wanted Texas simply because of their good agricultural production, especially cotton, which was the main commodity back then. California which was in the Far West was their real target: their objective was to own ports in the Pacific to become a continental empire....   [tags: texas, goods, border]

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The Expansion of DSM Diagnoses

- When I consider the expansion of DSM diagnoses from just over 100 to almost 300 over the short course of forty-odd years and an even more diagnoses being added, couple with diagnoses that are broader in their application blurring the lines of what is normal and what is abnormal when considering the behaviors of the individual client behaviors, it saddens me to no end and makes me wonder if the world is moving closer to insanity as a population or is it merely the incessant whining of pharmaceutical companies who want broader acceptance of their medications....   [tags: Health]

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The Expansion Of Economic Globalization

- ... There are many factors influence the competitiveness of our company, can from different angles in this paper, the effect of the combination of many different factors. In this article, based on the theory of multilevel factors, from three aspects: macro, meso and micro analysis of the affecting factors of the competitiveness of the company. In September 2009, the corporate social responsibility seminar held in Beijing, the company has won the special award "" 2009 China corporate social responsibility....   [tags: Strategic management, Management, Economy]

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The Cost Of Medicaid Expansion

- ... Medicaid coverage provides vital services for babies born prematurely, with congenital abnormalities, jaundice and other conditions that require immediate medical attention. As well as providing medical services, Medicaid also provides for well-baby visits that educate new mothers regarding breast feeding, instruction for routine care and assessing the infant for proper growth and development. In addition to services for the infant, a well-baby visit also serves as an opportunity to assess the mother for conditions such as postpartum depression....   [tags: Childbirth, Infant, Health care, Pediatrics]

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Exploring Binomial Expansion Theorem

- Exploring the Binomial Expansion Theorem Introduction In algebra binomial expansion is the expansion of powers of a binomial. A binomial expansion is an expression in which it contains two terms eg, (a+b). This expression could also have a power on the outside of the brackets. Aim To generate a formula for finding the general expanded form of binomial expressions of the form (a+b)n. (Source The Sheet) Basic Binomial Expansions (a+b)1 = a+b (a+b)2 = a2+2ab+ b2 (a+b)3 = a3+ 3a2b + 3ab2 + b3 (a+b)4 = a4+ 4a3b + 6a2b2+ 4ab3+ b4 The power (n) and the number of terms in each expansion is equal to the amount of terms in each expansion plus one....   [tags: math, algebra, pascal's triangle]

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United States Government Expansion

- ... These changes would manifest themselves with a change in foreign and domestic policy of the United States. As the US Government grew, the foreign policy that the country started with started to change. Early Presidents tried to keep a policy of non-aggression and non-interfering. They wanted this country to avoid war at all costs and keep the role of a powerful trading partner for foreign countries. Imperialism, arising after the Civil War, made the expansion of the government a necessity. Needs relating to the military, the economy, and a hunger to become a more intellectual country drove American Imperialism....   [tags: rights, programs, policy, domestic, foreign]

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Global Expansion in Retailing

- Global Expansion As retailers compete against each other to secure their business presence in their company's home nation, they are also adapting to the retail industry's changing environment by globally expanding through investing in international countries in order to make their business the most profitable and recognizable around the world. Factors Many retailers who are satisfied with the revenue their home nation's company generates do not expand globally as investing in international countries is expensive and the chance of being internationally successful is not guaranteed by the retail industry, although there are many retailers who take the risk anyway due to certain factors....   [tags: investing, business, factors, profitable]

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Medicare and Medicaid Expansion

- 1. Should Medicare be turned into a voucher program. Medicare should not be turned into a voucher program. Reasons the Department of Health and Human Services would disagree with a voucher program are that private insurance would be more expensive, it would delay care for some beneficiaries, and that Medicare will help reduce health care costs. This program should remain unchanged to continue to help seniors receive more affordable care. Elderly people are a vulnerable population that needs to be covered and their health insurance coverage needs to be taken care of in a structured manner to avoid confusion....   [tags: Voucher Program, Effects]

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Westward Expansion: Daniel Boone

- Daniel Boone was not only a woodsman, but he was a hunter, freedom fighter, explorer, and dreamer. He was looking for riches of the West. He was one of the first to travel through the thick forests and cut his way through them. He fought against British soldiers to keep expanding and exploring to the West. He was also attacked by the Shawnee Indians but escaped and kept heading west. Lewis and Clark set out on a mapping expedition through the Rockies. They were saved by a Native American girl who also saved their journals....   [tags: british soldiers, shawnee indians, gold]

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