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Book Review: Global Governance in the Twenty-First Century

The book title is Global Governance in the Twenty-First Century. Editors are John N. Clarke and Geoffrey R. Edwards. The book consists of three parts which enable the reader to pay attention to the issues that are related to the processes and challenges of current management processes. The authors reveal the theme of local, national,…

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Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

Everything I Never Told You Everything I Never Told You is the fiction novel, written by Celeste Ng in 2014 and awarded the Amazon Book of the Year. The book attracts attention to many significant social problems that commonly remain undiscussed and unrevealed in media. Particularly, it reveals the topics of the relations between parents…

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Richard Yates Revolutionary Road

Since the middle part of the 20th century, businesspeople have been placed at the center of public attention. In a market economy, the business development of production and infrastructure, employment, and a full range of industrial relations depend on businessmen. Since the end of the 20th century, they firmly hold their place in the socio-economic…

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Book Review: The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: Patterns of Japanese Culture

“Like the other peculiarities of Japanese behavior which obtruded themselves upon us during the war, it raised questions about the whole way of life to which they were conditioned, the way their institutions functioned, and the habits of thought and action they had learned” (Benedict 25). The maxim cited above was articulated by Ruth Benedict…

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1984 by George Orwell

Introduction The phenomena of governmental control, omniscient authorities, and creation of artificial reality are the dominating themes in the work 1984 by Orwell. A fictional government in the given novel conducts constant surveillance over the citizens of Oceania, manipulates their consciousness and distorts both the past and the present. The evident abuse of power is…

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Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich

Barbara Ehrenreich in her book Nickel and Dimed provides an argument on low wage workers stating that they face many difficulties ranging from the high costs of shelter to food. She supports this argument by pointing to the fact that low wage employees are forced to buy more expensive food that is not healthy as…

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