Galileo

8 pages in length. The writer discusses 8 separate points pertaining to Galileo's scientific contributions, including his trial, his views on religion and science, as well as the impact of the Scientific Revolution. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Scientific Revolution:

This 3 page paper outlines the contributions and achievements of Galilei, Kepler and Copernicus. Furthermore, this paper details the ways in which their scientific contributions altered the way man understood himself in the universe. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Freedom of Religion, A First Amendment Right

A 4 page essay/research paper that discusses the right to Freedom of Religion, which is guaranteed under the First Amendment. This examination focuses on the issues that continue to define the division between church and state that this amendment imposes on the American government. Many people today would tear down the wall dividing church and state, but this is as inadvisable today as it was when Thomas Jefferson was president, as Americans today live within the context of an increasingly diverse society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Southern History, Southern Family

A 3 page essay on southern family life. The writer discusses the relevance of family history in the way many southerners perceive themselves today. Race relations, culture, and other historical factors all contribute to the importance of family in this region of the Untied States. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

History as a Predeterminant of Contemporary Actions

A 4 page contention that our actions today are often determined by decisions that we made well back into the chapters of history. Indeed, even if we consider such gross aspects of our lives as our politics and our religions we see that this is indeed the case. One of the more interesting examples that supports this contention is the Renaissance. We are still feeling the reverberations of this historical period today, over six centuries since its advent. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Galileo's Impact On The Scientific Revolution

4 pages in length. Galileo's misfortune of trial and condemnation transformed into the world's bequest when the Italian astronomer and mathematician's forthrightness set the stage for the Scientific Revolution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Relation Between Religion And Science In The Scientific Revolution

5 pages in length. The writer discusses how Copernicus and Galileo were condemned for asserting that anything could carry more weight than religious thought. That religion and science were at significant odds is certainly an understatement; it was only a matter of time before Copernicus' 1543 publication of On the Revolution of the Heavenly Orbs was stricken from public consumption due to society's fear and ignorance. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Scientific Revolution

During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, in Europe, people began to see and understand the world in an entirely new way. The Scientific Revolution brought about the transformation of thought concerning the nature of the world and man's place within that world. This 11 page paper examines the roots of the scientific revolution and profiles four influential men: Galileo, Copernicus, Newton and Descartes. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

The Industrial Revolution In Great Britain

A 7 page research paper that explores the ways in which the Industrial Revolution impacted society as a whole, and specifically on such areas of child labor, the formation of unions, and changes to families. The writer demonstrates how the Industrial Revolution changed the model upon which society is based and thus impacted even the smallest details of modern life. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Son of the Revolution

A five page paper which considers life in China under the Maoist regime, as described by Liang Heng in Son of the Revolution. The paper looks at the impact which the Communist Party had on social culture, political thought and family life.

Did the Industrial Revolution Improve the Standard of Living:

This 5 page paper dicusses the impact which the industrial revolution had on the lives of people. While it is often the assumption that the industrial revolution improved people's lives, in many ways this was not the reality. Bibliography lits 5 sources.

Internet Revolution: Generation WWW

8 pages in length. Today's global population is a witness to the greatest revolution since industrialism. The extent to which the Internet is a reality impacting lives in unprecedented ways is both grand and far-reaching; that the economic, social and cultural gap between/among global communities is steadily shrinking speaks to powerful role Internet technology continues to play. However, as generations overlap and technologies and expectations change with great rapidity, people have mixed opinions about how the WWW maintains such a stronghold on aspects of everyday life. Nonetheless, one thing remains certain: the Internet is here to stay, so people need to educate themselves on how to objectively take advantage of everything it has to offer. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

The Development of Democracy in Brazil

The development in democracy in Brazil has demonstrated a different pattern that seen in other parts of the world. This 5 page paper examines the development of democracy and includes consideration of the history as a Portuguese colony and the role of slavery as well as the military coups and the fears of instability. The paper traces the reasons behind the development and the impact they have on today’s model of democracy seen with the Brazilian people. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

The Impact of the Cultural Revolution on Chinese Management and Corporate Culture

This 10 –age paper considers the way in which the Chinese Cultural revolution (1966-1976) impacted on management and corporate culture in both the short and the long term, including the continuing ongoing effects still felt today. The role of the importation Hong Kong managers is also considered. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

POVERTY IN MONTREAL

This 10-page paper is an analysis of poverty in Montreal, Quebec, today. The paper discusses the history of poverty in this region, the causes, what some solutions are and the impact of it. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Also available in a French translation.