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  • Gender mainstreaming

    1. What is gender mainstreaming? The strategy of gender mainstreaming has become known in Austria through the policies of the European Union, but its roots lie in the worldwide women\'s movement and the experience acquired in the course of enforcing claims vis-à-vis respective governments. The first three world women\'s conferences adopted recommendations for improving the situation faced by women and enshri ...

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  • Genetic engineering (ge)

    1) Common features It is variously known as genetic engineering, genetic modification or genetic manipulation. All three terms mean the same thing, the restructuring of genes, usually from one species to another. Genetic engineering is a radical new technology, one that breaks down fundamental genetic barriers, not only between species, but between humans, animals, and plants. By combining the genes of dissimilar and unrelated species, perma ...

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  • Genetic engineering & utopia

    GENESIS 1: \".....Then God said \"And now we will make human beings, they will be like us and resemble us.They will have power over the fish, the birds and all animal domestic and wild\". So God created human beings, making them to be like himself. He created them male and female, blessed them and said \"Have many children so that your descendants will live all over the earth and bring it under their control\"......\" HAVE WE THE R ...

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  • Genetic engineering

    Recombinant DNA technology is generally recognised as a very powerful research tool. In the early 1970`s when the technology was being developed, some scientists became concerned that it might be possible to create hazardous micro organism using recombinant DNA techniques. So molecular biologists from all over the world met to discuss this problem. The outcome of this meeting was that the scientists decided to continue recombinant DNA resea ...

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  • Geoffrey chaucer- his life and works

    (1380 words) Biography About Geoffrey Chaucer's birthday one have no direct knowledge but it is known that he was one of the greatest English poets, famous for his masterpiece "The Canterbury Tales", which represented one of the most important influences on the development of English literature. At Chaucer's lifetime probably only five percent of the population could read at all. He was no professional writer but a p ...

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  • Geography - australia

    Australia is one of the oldest landmasses and the flattest of all continents. The highest mountain is only 2228 meter high. Australia is the only country occupying a whole continent. The wonderful coastline is 36 735 km long. Australia is bounded by the Pacific Ocean in the east, the Arafura Sea to the north, the Indian Ocean to the west and the Southern Ocean to the south. CLIMATE Australia\'s seasons are the opposite of the northern ...

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  • George bernhard shaw: pygmalion

    The Author: George Bernhard Shaw was born in Dublin in 1856. Essentially shy, he yet created the persona of George Bernhard Shaw, the showman, satirist, controversialist, critic, pundit, wit, intellectual buffoon and dramatist. Commentators brought a new adjective into English: Shavian, a term used to embody all his brilliant qualities. After his arrival in London in 1876 he became an active Socialist and a brilliant platform speaker. He wro ...

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  • Animal farm - george orwell 1903 - 1950

    George Orwell, whose real name was Erich Blair, was born in India in 1903, and was educated at Eton. From 1922 to 1928 he served in Bruma as a member of the Indian Imperial Police. For the next two years he lived in Paris, then went to England as a schoolteacher. later on he worked in a Bookshop. In 1937 he went to Spain to fight for the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War ( same as Hemingway ), and was wounded. During the Second Worl ...

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  • George orwell - 1984

    George Orwell describes in his masterpiece the fight of a common worker of the middle - class against a system, which is based on inhuman principles. If he will succeed, I will not yet reveal... Summary: The book describes the life of Winston Smith a Member of the Party. I will show you now, how the society in the novel is constructed. (Folie Pyramide). In this book the earth contains of three super forces: Eastasia, Eurasia and Oceania ...

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  • 1984 by george orwell

    Author: George Orwell's real name was Eric Blair. Born in India in 1903, he became a poor "scholarship boy " in a snobbish English prep school. The horrors of his schooldays live in a bitter essay, "Such, Such Were the Joys". But he won a scholarship to Eton. Because he did not want to face an University life and further snobbery, he went to Burma in 1921, where he spent five years as a policeman and wrote his first novel, "Burmese Days". Disg ...

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  • The life of george orwell

    1903 Eric Arthur Blair is born on the 25th of June at Motihari, Bengal in India as the son of Richard Walmesley Blair (a civil servant) and Ida Mabel Blair. 1904 In this year he is brought to England by his mother, where they settle down in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. 1908 - 1911 Eric gets educated at Sunnylands, an Anglican school in Eastbourne, Sussex. 1911 He leaves Sunnylands and starts at St. Cyprian's School. ...

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  • The person george orwell

    Orwell was a political writer. In his writings he thought about the political problems all over the world and especially in England. But he didn't only describe political problems. In his Socialist times he wrote about the social problems in England. The Road To Wigan Pier, published in 1937, is a good example for this period of his life. He wrote about the problems of the English class system and it's "disputes" with Socialism. Later on Or ...

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  • The most important literary works of george orwell

    His first work to be published was Awake Young Men Of England, which was a poem. It came out in 1914 when Orwell was just 11 years old. The next important work by George Orwell was published in 1930. It was called Down And Out In Paris And London. The original version of this book entitled \"A Scullion\'s Diary\" was completed in October 1930 and came to only 35,000 words because Orwell has used only a part of his material. In 1931 the London ...

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  • Down and out in paris and london - george orwell

    Summary: Down and Out in Paris and London is a documentary of the life of lower class people in Paris and London. Orwell shows up the social conditions of the so-called plongeurs (they are cheap and unqualified workers in restaurants, hotels etc.) in Paris, and of the tramps in London. By joining these people, and living amongst them, Orwell generates a very realistic view. It was even more than that, Orwell wasn\'t only living amongst the ...

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  • Nineteen eighty - four george orwell

    Summary The Story starts, as the title tells us, in the year of 1984, and it takes place in England or how it is called at that time, Airstrip One. Airstrip One itself is the mainland of a huge country, called Oceania, which consists of North America, South Africa, and Australia. The country is ruled by the Party, which is led by a figure called Big Brother. The population of Oceania is divided into three parts: 1.The Inner Party Member ...

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  • The road to wigan pier george orwell

    Summary In the first part of this book Orwell tries to give the reader a detailed view of the conditions of the poor and unemployed. In the first chapter of the first part, Orwell describes the Brooker family. They belong to the so-called \"wealthy\" among the poor ones. In their house, they have installed a cheap lodging-house and a tiny shop. Both, Mr and Mrs Brooker are already pensioners, and with the rent they get for the rooms, they c ...

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  • Animal farm george orwell

    Summary The story takes place on a farm somewhere in England. An all-knowing narrator in the third person tells the story. The action of this novel starts when the oldest pig on the farm, Old Major, calls all animals to a secret meeting. He tells them about his dream of a revolution against the cruel Mr. Jones. Three days later Major dies, but the speech gives the more intelligent animals a new outlook on life. The pigs, which are considere ...

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  • George orwell - animal farm

    CONTEXT: Animal Farm by George Orwell is written in form of a fable and may be seen as a satire of the Russian Revolution in particular. The novel describes a revolution that went wrong. Cruelly treated and exploited by their masters, human beings, the animals plan a rebellion, inspired by the old boar "Old Major". When he dies, the three pigs Snowball, Napoleon and Squealer take over the leadership. They want to fulfil Old Major's dream an ...

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  • George orwell: nineteen eighty-four

    Author: The book Nineteen Eighty-four by George Orwell was written in 1948 and published in 1949. It is one of Orwell´s most famous books. Eric Arthur Blair (George Orwell) was born in 1903 in India, where his father worked for the Civil Service. The family moved to England in 1907 and in 1917 Orwell entered Eton, where he contributed regularly to the various college magazines. From 1922 to 1927 he served with the Indian Imperial Police in Bu ...

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  • George orwell: the author and his times

    George Orwell was a quiet, decent Englishman who passionately hated two things: inequality and political lying. Out of his hatred of inequality came a desire for a society in which class privileges would not exist. This to him was \"democratic socialism.\" His hatred of political lying and his support for socialism led him to denounce the political lie that what was going on in the Soviet Union had anything to do with socialism. As long as peop ...

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