Research Papers On why do people travel
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This 3 page theorizes why one would want to travel to the time of Jesus if time travel were possible. This essay highlights the significant events of Jesus' life in order to underscore the reasons why this moment in time would be of significance. Bibliography lists 1 source.
5 pages in length. The writer discusses information control methods, the need for such control, the definition of a social culture and why Stalin was determined to control it, as well as why it is difficult to establish whether or not people believed in his propaganda. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 6 page paper discussing several 'suicide cults,'including Heaven's Gate, The People's Temple, The Branch Davidians, and the Canadian Solar Temple. The writer explains why people join these cults, and argues that although these groups are definitely an aberration of our times, there is little that can be done, at least in the United States, because freedom of religion is guaranteed under the Constitution. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 3 page paper that discusses the link between extroversion and happiness, including some of the suggests as to why extroverted people are happier than introverted people. The paper also comments on success and extroversion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 17 page paper examined the development of the passenger air travel industry in China, focusing on the high growth that has been seen in the period between 1995 and 2007. The paper looks at why the air travel industry is a global industry, assesses the level of growth in China, examines the influencing factors in the country and then looks at how Air China has competed in this environment. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
This 16 page paper considers the possibility of time travel and looks at the way in which two article deal with arguments that state time travel would result in too many coincidences to be a possibility. The paper looks at two articles Nicholas J J Smith’s article, Bananas Enough for Time Travel and Theodore Siders, Time Travel, Coincidences, and Counterfactuals. The bibliography cites 2n sources.
A 5 page paper discussing customer service at British travel agency Lunn Poly, followed with a comparison to that of Ritz Carlton Hotels. Though each organization operates within the travel industry, each approaches customer service very differently. Lunn Poly's involvement with travel plans is largely finished once travel begins; Ritz Carlton's involvement is in the active accomplishment of those plans. Each organization serves customers at different points in customers' needs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 5 page essay analyzing Anne Frank's development as an adolescent in relation to Erikson's psychosocial stages. We can see, despite her circumstances, Anne travels through three stages of development. She experiences the same conflicts as most people her age and reaches the same conclusions. Bibliography included.
A 4 page contention that “Gulliver’s Travels”, a work which on the surface is a fictional tale of giants and dwarfs, contains a deep societal message. In Part I of “Gulliver’s Travels” (“A Voyage to Lilliput”) Gulliver sets a stage of humility and then follows up on that stage in Part II (“A Voyage to Brobdingnag”) with a political expose of what is really England between 1667 and 1745 (the span of Swift’s lifetime), one of the most turbulent time in English history. Swift’s intent in “Gulliver’s Travels”, therefore, is much more than providing an enjoyable work of fiction. “Gulliver’s Travels” is a recognition and, in fact, a protest of the imperialistic tendency to control a people. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 5 page report discusses and argues against the idea that racism is a valid response to people with AIDS because more African Americans (in fact, people of color in general) are infected with the virus than are Americans of European heritage. In fact, 61% of cumulative AIDS cases in Americans aged 20 to 24 are among people of color. This report suggests that the health care system is inherently biased against people of color, especially in dealing with HIV/AIDS. Bibliography lists 4 sources.