Australia, A Country Report

A thorough report on the geography, economy and population of Australia. INTRODUCTION Australia, island continent located southeast of Asia and forming, with the nearby island of Tasmania, the commonwealth of Australia, a self-governing member of the Commonwealth of Nations. The commonwealth of Australia is made up of six states News south Wales, Queensland, South Australia, […]

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The Civil Rights Movement in the US

An overview of the history of the civil rights movement which swept through America in the 1960s. The Civil Rights Movement in the United States Civil Rights Movement in the United States, political, legal, and social struggle by black Americans to gain full citizenship rights and to achieve racial equality. The civil rights movement was […]

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“Is Underground realist?”

Underground (1995) seems to be a black comedy full of melodramatic, socio-political and satirical essence. It appears to commence on the pain of a whole generation under war conditions; World War II, Cold War, Communism and war in Yugoslavia. It is about History being rewritten with controversial heroes and with nothing changing at the end. […]

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Discuss the validity of Hobbes’s depiction of the State of Nature

This essay looks to explore Hobessian’s theory of the ‘state of nature’. I will begin with a brief explanation of the ‘state of nature’ then go on to explore different interpretations of the theory and how it has been received by other academics and critics. I then conclude my views of the theory as to […]

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Steven Lukes

‘Steven Lukes’ ‘three dimensional’ model of power overlooks important aspects of how power actually operates’. Discuss with reference to at least three authors who are critical of Lukes’ work. There has been much discussion concerning the various faces of power. Steven Lukes’ classical essay entitled: ‘Power; a Radical View’ was written in 1974 and although […]

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Using a minimum of three political thinkers studied

Citizenship is one of the oldest terms in political dialogue. In essence, the citizen is one who is entitled to participate in the life of the political community. Held summarises citizenship as “a status which, in principle, bestows upon individuals equal rights and duties, liberties and constraints, powers and responsibilities within the political community” (Pierson, […]

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