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    Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Australia: 1970’s and 21st Century

    The terms refugee and asylum seeker are different; according to the UNHCR “ an asylum-seeker is someone who says he or she is a refugee, but whose claim has not yet been definitively evaluated.”1 The definition of a Refugee is different it reads: “Someone who is unable or unwilling to return to their country of […] More

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    Cyber Crime as 21st Century Problem

    Abstract Subsequent research has focused in establishing Cybercrime as an activity only for computer programmers. However, Cybercrime has recently expanded to appear as a full capital offense since it integrates multiple forms of criminal activities. Per se, Cybercrime has proved to be a social, economic, and political form of disturbance, or in other words, a […] More

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    21st Century Education

    We want stronger relationships with their teachers, with each other and with their communities locally, provincially, nationally and globally We want teachers to know how we learn, to take into account what we understand and what we misunderstand and use this knowledge as a starting place to guide our continued learning. We want to be […] More

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    Depression : the Challenge on 21st Century Women

    DEPRESSION : A CHALLENGE ON 21ST CENTURY WOMEN The World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank discovered that depression is the fourth most disabling disease in the world, and is predicted to be the second largest contributor to the overall disease burden by 2020. Women experience depression twice as often as men. The ratio […] More

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    The Population Bomb in The 21st Century

    Abstract Over the decades of population growth, the world population already reached to billions in the 21st century. Poverty is one of the main causes of the rapid population growth. We also have to face the worst impacts of overpopulation on the environment, economics and human health. We need to clearly understand what the present […] More

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    Family in the 21st Century

    Family inthe 21st Century Introduction             In the past years family has been the base of the society but there has been an enormous change in this 21st century. This change has brought a new meaning of a family. There are a lot of factors that has contributed to this change of the real meaning […] More

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    The Marketing Mix Revisited: Towards The 21St Century Marketing

    Marketing Proposal Introduction             Different businesses operate within a given market and aim at attracting more customers as well as making profits through higher sales. Furthermore, it is often the aim of any given company to ensure that it provides products that will increase its market share and make it competitive in the market (Khan, […] More

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    Women are Over sexualized in the 21st Century.

    Women are Over-sexualized in the 21st Century. Introduction            The music in the twentieth and twenty first centuries are significantly different, both vocal and visual. In centuries before, music was primarily made up of instrumental music from stringed and wind instruments with the exemption of Operas. With the advanced technology and […] More