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Has Technology Changed the Face of (H)Activism?


With the vast growth of technological advances the last decade, it is not a surprise that the use of the computer and other technology has modified how activists protest. The spread of technology has eased the process of forming protests … Continue reading

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“War is not a game!” Or is it?


When I was first choosing my topic for this paper and writing up the argument draft, I looked through the list of suggested topics and chose a topic that seemed interesting to me, work family conflict and its causes. ¬†However, … Continue reading

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Are we selling our security?


When I read this article¬†I couldn’t help but think to myself whether or not this would qualify as an example of positive globalization or negative. The first part says that we are selling Iraq these planes to “build a modern … Continue reading

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