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Under Saddam Hussein, Iraq experienced years of turmoil, resulting in a war with Iran, economic mismanagement, and U.N.-imposed sanctions. Now, after 4 years of occupation by the U.S., Iraq experiences extreme poverty, unemployment and has millions of homeless. The countrys infrastructure is in ruins and U.S. plans for reconstruction of its schools, infrastructure and civic […]

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(White House, 2003) II. The NATIONAL STRATEGY for SECURE CYBERSPACE The National Strategy for Secure Cyberspace strategic plan states that its strategic objectives are “consistent with the National Strategy for Homeland Security and that those objectives include: (1) prevention of cyber attacks against Americas critical infrastructure; (2) reduction of national vulnerability to cyber attacks and; […]

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Nevertheless, the relations between the workers are maintained open. In relation to one another the peasants are still people and not tools as in the capitalist view. Capitalism – characteristics What capitalism changed were the relations between people and the means of production. Until the birth of capitalism, the workers naturally considered themselves to be […]

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Whatever happened you vanished, and neither you nor your actions were ever heard of again” (Orwell, 1949, p.168). Capitalism Principles of mass production are very clear in the novels. Huxley for instance, applied the idea of mass production in human reproduction, since the people has abandoned the natural method of reproduction. Mass production as the […]

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The quantitative approach, meanwhile, will make use of the survey method, focusing on three (3) segments each for males and females (criteria mentioned earlier in the preceding section). Diary Method The diary method is recommended because this will generate information that is insightful and in-depth, as it provides participants with an opportunity to express their […]

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