Mass Tourism

This 10 page paper discusses mass tourism beginning with an introduction and tracing the history of mass tourism, which dates back to the early 1800s. Tourism is a massive business generating trillions of dollars each year. The writer discusses some of the areas in the world that have been affected by mass tourism and the warnings issued about specific regions, like the Mediterranean. The essay also discusses the areas that host the most tourists and the revenue it brings to those regions. Concerns regarding the impact of mass tourism are also discussed. The future outlook is outlined. Data included. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

The Impact of the Industrial Revolution

This 8 page paper provides an overview of the Industrial Revolution as well as an analysis on its effect on society. The change of the family is revealed as a part of the revolution and gender roles are also noted as having been affected. The impact on society as it is felt today is also included. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

AIDS In Africa: Comparison Of Two Articles

5 pages in length. Educating the public on AIDS prevention is a difficult objective under the best of circumstances; finally having the cooperation of mass media as a strategy of control makes achieving that goal almost effortless, inasmuch as media sources have the power to educate the masses when they choose to do so. African media are beginning to understand their collective importance in the fight against AIDS by utilizing the force inherent to their extended reach into the population. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

"Carthago delenda est!" - The Punic Wars

This 10 page paper discusses the three Punic Wars and how they affected Roman society, economics and the military. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Influence of Women in American History

A 5 page research paper/essay that discusses how American women in different periods of the country’s history have challenged their prescribed subservient status and used their power and/or influence to affect society in significant ways. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Summary of "Flanking in a Price War"

A 5 page paper answering specific questions about a price war among grocery chains in Quebec in 1983. The price war came about as a result of a marketing research effort, and taught as many lessons about the usefulness of marketing theory in real-world application as it did Steinberg’s ability to affect the local grocery market in a short time. Bibliography lists 1 source.

The Effect of the Industrial Revolution on Economic Theory

This 5 page paper examines economic theory with an emphasis on Karl Marx. The industrial revolution is discussed in depth as the paper looks at how it would affect ideas about the economy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Guarding the Flank in a Price War

A 5 page paper answering specific questions about a price war among grocery chains in Quebec in 1983. The price war came about as a result of a marketing research effort, and taught as many lessons about the usefulness of marketing theory in real-world application as it did Steinberg’s ability to affect the local grocery market in a short time. No sources listed.

Effects of the Persian Gulf War on the U.S. Economy

A 5 page paper documenting the residual affects of the Persian Gulf War on the U.S. economy in which the writer explores three specific economic affects: the cost required to repair damage done to Iraqi and Kuwaiti civilians to restore livelihood in the region; the financial obligation the U.S. has to its troops suffering from Gulf War syndrome; and the misrepresented information provided to the government that allowed for the allotment of over $80 billion in increased defense spending directed towards 'smart' bomb technologies. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

McDonaldization

The theory is explored by a look at George Ritzer's book The McDonaldization of Society in this 5 page paper. Related notions are discussed and many illustrations are used, including Wal Mart's attack on Sheryl Crow's CD. Also included is a comparison of the phenomenon to Marxist concepts.

Late 19th-Century Germany

An 8 page paper discussing the motivations underlying the unification of Germany and the emergence of the political mass market. Prime Minister Bismarck order full male suffrage for the first time in Saxony in 1866. Some historians maintain that the political mass market originated with that Saxony election; others hold that it did not fully emerge until Bismarck was forced to retire in 1890. The paper discusses the chronology of the period between 1866 and the end of World War I, when the German people demanded an end to the war and the Second Reich ended with Wilhelm II's flight to the Netherlands. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Radicalism of the American Revolution

A paper which looks at Woods' Radicalism of the American Revolution in terms of the impact which the revolution had on the development of an “American ideology” and also with regard to its lack of salient characteristics generally associated with political revolution such as class conflict, terrorism, or mass violence. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Marketing Questions: Mass Customization

A 7 page paper in two parts, each addressing separate marketing questions. Part I discusses a 2004 magazine article addressing the shift from mass marketing to "micro marketing" and what it could mean to marketers, consumers and the US economy. Part II assesses primary product categories and market segments of Amy and Air Force Exchange Services (AAFES), the company that operates post exchange stores on US military bases. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

2004 Presidential Candidates: Issues

5 pages in length. The 2004 presidential election promises to be one of the most interesting of any previous campaigns due in great part to the eclectic collection of candidates gearing up for the political race. Issues at the forefront of this particular campaign include the war in Iraq, economic concerns and how the mass media are bias to these topics. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

Iraq's History of Weapons of Mass Destruction:

This 6 page paper examines the weapons of mass destruction that Iraq possessed prior to the U.S. invasion of that country. Furthermore, this paper provides analysis as to the reasons for the U.S. invasion as well as the history of prior wars between the U.S. and Iraq. Bibliography lists 4 sources.