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How has the role of the nation-state changed in a globalised society?

| February 9, 2017

Introduction There has been considerable debate about whether globalisation has changed the role of the nation-state. While a somewhat nebulous concept, a nation-state can be defined as a geopolitical entity deriving its legitimacy through the service of a sovereign population or nation (Holton 2011; Croucher 2004).

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Patriarchal (sexist) society oppresses women: Women sexuality is marginalized

| February 2, 2017

Abstract The Oedipus complex is a name coined from the notorious Kind Oedipus, a Greek legend, who kills his father so that he can marry his mother.

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Change is a consistent issue for the modern organisation. Discuss the various ways in which the employee may offer effective resistance to this change.

| January 18, 2017

Abstract Modern organisations are consistently prone to organisational change. Change reflects business growth and represents the needs of society. Hence, businesses often make changes in accordance with societal needs by focusing on the customer and marketing as opposed to focusing purely on production (The Times, 2012: 1).

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Examine the use of stereotyping in the media and evaluate if they impact on people

| December 11, 2012

Introduction The judgments we make about people, events or places are based on our own direct impressions. But for most of the knowledge, we rely on media. The media actually re-present the world to us. However, the media only shows us some aspects of the world, ignoring the rest. So basically, the media chooses what […]

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