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  • Vergleich der politischen systeme der usa und deutschland

    USA - ein Beispiel für Präsidialdemokratie Vgl. Punkt USA BRD Legislative Kongress (bestehend aus 2 Kammern: Repräsentantenhaus + Senat) -Präsident kann sein Veto gg. Beschlüsse des Kongresses einlegen à Kongress kann diese mit 2/3 Mehrheit aufheben -Entscheidung über Budget -Kontrolle des Präsidenten Parlament (bestehend aus dem Bundestag und Bundesrat - zu je 298 Mitgliedern) -Bundestag entscheidet über Budget ...


  • Grammatik: present perfect / past simple

    Simple Present Perfect: . Used to stress the result of a past activity on the present o I have been to your house. Now I'm back again. . For activities just completed o I think he's just arrived . In questions and statements about whether sth. has ever / yet / so far taken place, especially with expressions of frequency (five times / often / always / never) o Have you drunk any coffee yet? . To describe states that began in the past and have cont ...


  • The marketing mix

    1. History The term \"marketing mix\" became popularized after Neil H. Borden published his 1964 article, The Concept of the Marketing Mix. The ingredients in Borden\'s marketing mix included product planning, pricing, branding, distribution channels, personal selling, advertising, promotions, packaging, display, servicing, physical handling, and fact finding and analysis. E. Jerome McCarthy later grouped these ingredients into th ...


  • Skip the sharpener

    We can subdivide the sharpener into four parts: - the general appearance and equipment of Skip - the material he is made of - his abilities of being used differently Its general apearence is very simple because he should be a commodity and not a piece of jewellery. We subdivide the sharpener into four parts: the case the head three screws And a build-in sharpener with a very sharp blade Second point the equipment. So what do you notice at first w ...


  • Right of peoples to self-determination

    The right of peoples to self-determination is one of the basic human rights. But what is self-determination? It is the ability for people to control their lives, reach goals they have set and take part fully in the world around them. But the most important is that it must include individuals with all types of disabilities. Self-determination has four basic principles: Freedom, that means deciding for oneself about how to work and li ...


  • Fahrenheit 451: the temperature at which book-paper catches fire and burns

    1.) Summary: The book "Fahrenheit 451", written by Ray Bradburry in the year 1953, is about a \"fireman\'s\" growing dissatisfaction with his conformist society. It takes place in the USA In this negative vision of the future the role of firemen has changed. In the past all houses got fire-proofed, so instead of preventing fires, firemen burn the despised books. Books promote the individual and are the symbol for unhappi ...


  • Shortbiographie george orwell

    George Orwell, with civil name Eric Blair, is born in Motihari in Bengalia in 1903 as a son of a British colonialofficer. After his familie`s return t their mothercountry and after the boardingschooleducation he visits the college in Eton. After that, however, Orwell does not start the studies at the university, but applies for trainig in the British colonialservice in order to run the same career as his father. He becomes a policeofficer ...


  • Globalisation

    Globalisation can be defined as the melting from the whole wide world to only one place. First of all, a little survey of the different kinds of international companies: National Companies are only in there own Country established. They do not sell their things in other countries. International Companies are companies, which make one part of their business in another country they have to learn how to behave in this country. Multi ...


  • The french revolution / französische revolution

    The French Revolution In 1786, after a couple of years, in which King Louis XVI had spent very much money on luxury and expensive wars, he had to assess, that the French government was deeply in dept. Two years later, in 1788 the state was bankrupt and beside the leck of money there was mass hunger, because of the poor harvest in the summer. With the aim to reform the state by suspending the fiscal privileges of the 1st and 2nd Estate, the ...


  • Fidel castro

    Dr. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (born August 13, 1926) has been the ruler of Cuba since he became Prime Minister on February 16, 1959 and President of the Council of State and the Council of Ministers on December 3, 1976. Resistance against Batista Born in Biran, Holguin, Cuba, into a wealthy farming family (son of Angel Castro and Lina Ruz), he was educated at Jesuit schools and then the Jesuit preparatory school Colegio Belen in Havana. In 1945 ...


  • Product life cycle

    The easiest way to explain the Product Life Cycle (short PLC) is the PLC curve. If we look at the drawing we see five stages, development, introduction, growth, maturity, and decline. An additional stage is the relaunch. The relaunch stage is not used for every product. Now an explanation of the five main stages. Development Development is the period from the invention to the product ...


  • Los angeles

    The City of Los Angeles also known as L.A. is the second-largest city in the United States in terms of population, but it also is one of the world\'s most important economic, cultural, and entertainment centers. The city is one of the biggest entry points for immigrants to the United States, making it one of the most culturally diverse places in the world. People are attracted to the city for its warm weather, its lifestyle, its uniqu ...


  • Canada - capital city - ottawa

    Canada Inhabitants 27,367 millions Territory Canada is the 2nd largest country with more than 9,9 million km². Seven percent of the world\'s area and nine percent of the world\'s fresh water provision belong to Canada. The provinces There are 10 provinces. (Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Newfoundland) The national symbol Since the 18th century ...


  • Supply and demand

    In 1980 the English economist Alfred Marshall found how both supply and demand interact to determine price. The price level shows how the quantity supplied equals the quantity demanded. (graph 1) On this graph, there is only one price level at which the supplied and demanded curves cross. The law of supply and demand is that the price level will move toward the point that equalizes quantities supplied and demanded. The reason why this must ...


  • Brand equity

    Definition of Brand Equity A brand is a name or a symbol of a company for a product. When a company develops a new product, branding is a very important step. The brand gives a certain value to a product; the value depends on the consumer's opinion - if the product is well recognized in the minds of them or not. This phenomenon is called brand equity- the tangible and even more, the intangible value that a brand adds to a product o ...


  • Family life in the 18th century

    Family Life in the 18th Century Introduction: In the 18th century families began to express affection more openly, children were no longer seen as small adults, but as people with special needs. It was also demanded to show more gentleness in the handling with children. Rich families: Girls were forced to have slim bodies, so they only got little food to avoid an unfashionably healthy appereance, they also had to have tight waists and a pale face ...


  • Apartheid

    Dear fellow students! Our presentation is about apartheid. Probably, many of you don't know what apartheid is, so in our first point we'll explain you what apartheid actually is, our second point is the beginning of apartheid and happenings in this time, then the consequences, after that we'll explain you the reasons for the end of apartheid. The next point will be South Africa became a democracy. Afterwards we will tell you about the t ...


  • Moon palace: remark on books, authors, the writing process

    Remark on books, authors, the writing process Similarities to author\'s life Some aspects of the main character\'s life in Moon Palace mirror the life of the author. He was a descendant of an Austrian Jewish family, born on the Third of February 1947 in Newark, New Jersey, which is only 20 miles southwest of New York. He also attended high school there. In his childhood, Auster\'s father Samuel Auster was often absent. Samuel Auster was a busines ...


  • Englischer handelsbief *musterlösung*

    76 Browning Terrace = Letterhead x = Freeline Birmingham B13 9SQ (x) = Maybe freeline x x 15 March 1987 = Date x SC/SL = Reference (Falls vohanden) x Ingrid Bilker KG = Addressee Apenring 12-14 D-8000 MUENCHEN Germany x (For the attention of Herr Hagen) = Attention line (muss nicht s ...


  • Prohibition und mafia 1920-1933

    Time of Prohebitionand the Mafia( Al Capone) 1)Prohibition -1920 till 1933 were alcoholics are forbidden -time of Mafia in the USA( specially Al Capone) 1.1)beginning of Prohibition -1750 England try to forbid Alcoholics in Colonies(whitout succsess) -1820 average people drunk 27% pure alcohol -1851 first law of Prohibition in Maine ( eng. Buch 1.seite NO) ...



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