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    The principle of humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect is rooted in the belief that ought to fulfill certain standards of protection for its own citizens. When that standard is not met or the government itself poses a threat to its own people, foreign nations have a right and obligation to protect those citizens from crimes against humanity. This idea arose in the 1990s (which would later be known as the decade of humanitarian intervention) when the US was leading several humanitarian

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    drastically changed as children became more rebellious. Previous to 1950. society consisted of two main stages of human development: children and adults. When the Baby Boom started in 1946, producing more babies, a new era of music, attitudes, practices, and dance began to appeal to kids that did not feel socially accepted by adults in society. This was the start of the teenage rebellion. With increased teenager presence came more disapproval because of rebellious behaviour. Teenagers were pitted against

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    individuality (Faulkner 766). An inhibition in which he, Satyr, begins to question the justice and loyalty Abner speaks of. Satyr respects his father, but is characterized through his father’s eyes to be the rebellion against his own blood. However, Rosenman distinguish Satyr’s purpose of his rebellion to have only been Satyr’s awakening in the

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    Analysis Of Midaq Alley

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    order to set the time and place as well as the mood within a literary piece. Mahfouz uses various settings throughout the novel in order to showcase the development of Hamida’s rebellious character. The different settings come together to deliver the important message of Hamida’s literal and metaphoric entrapment, loss of her identity, and the development of her rebelliousness. Since the novel takes place during WWII in the 1940s, it brings about the idea of modernization due to the colonization of the

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    One of the first things that pops into the average person’s mind when they hear the term “rebellion” is a revolt against the tyrannical overlord. However, rebellion can also occur in the individual level. For many people, they rebel against stereotypes and their environment, not totalitarian governments. But in some ways, a tyrannical government and stereotypes can be very similar to each other as both are something that people rise up against. In Leslie Bell’s Hard to Get: Twenty- Something Women

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    JOSEFA ORTÍZ DE DOMÍNGUEZ Who is Josefa Ortíz de Domínguez and what is she responsible of? Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez was a Mexican patriot who was also a heroine for Mexico’s War of Independence. Doña Josefa made history when she had the courage and bravery to risk he life by alerting rebels and rebel leaders about the discovery the King’s men made about the conspiracy of an uprising against the King to claim independence. She was responsible for some of Mexico’s success in the war Doña Josefa was

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    written in tenth century Germany as a closet drama—both texts have female protagonists whose rebellions exemplify feminine ideals of the respective cultures. In Snow in Midsummer, Dou E seems to be a figure that rebels against patriarchal pressures in that she refuses to be bullied by Zhang and his father. However, her rebellious attitude is deemed as gender-appropriate in this play because her rebellion is fueled by cultural ideals that relate to patriarchal power, rather than Dou E’s resistance

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    Student’s Strengths (include a description of the student’s behavioral strengths, such as positive interactions with staff, ignoring the inappropriate behavior of peers, accepts responsibility, etc.): 1. Noah is very social and wants to be accepted by his peers. 2. Noah is organized. 3. He is artistic, and this is shown in his handwriting. 4. Good reading skills, especially fluency. 5. Likes to participate in extra-curricular activities such as sports. Description of Behavior(include a

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    The civil war that continues to rage in Syria for the past five years has been one of both great loss and great interest. Several key actors from around the world such as the United States, Russia, Turkey, the Syrian government, Syrian rebels or National Coalition, Iran, and Saudi Arabia all have a great amount at stake based on the outcome of the war. Thus, the difficulties of negotiating peace are almost impossible to overcome, which causes great powers like that of the U.S. and Russia to use

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    The Color Revolutions were a series of nonviolent resistance movements that proved to be fairly effective in regards to overthrowing regimes in the late twentieth century (Goldstone 2014). These nonviolent resistance strategies can include peaceful protests, strikes, or sit-ins or occupations of public spaces. Two of the most important factors in the recent success of nonviolent resistance movements have been the role of mass media, such as cell phones and social media, and an international network

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