Research Paper On Poverty In The Philippines
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History of the Philippines from Various Perspectives
A 5 page research paper that offers two opposing perspective to the acquisition of the Philippines by the US. The writer argues that the official version of this acquisition emphasizes the altruistic characteristics of US colonial rule, but fails to mention the hidden agenda of the US Senate to gain imperial status by acquiring US colonies. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Latin America's Liberation Theology
A 15 page research paper that describes the history and development of Latin American liberation theology. Liberation theology is a term that was coined in 1973 by Gustavo Gutierrez, a Peruvian Roman Catholic priest (Berrman, 1987). This branch of theological thought refers to Latin American Catholics who subscribe to the idea that Christianity should be primarily concerned with focusing on liberating people from oppression and poverty. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
The History and Operations of Alcoholic Anonymous
A 15 page paper. Alcoholic Anonymous is a fellowship that operates differently than another kind of organization. It is truly democratic with only the steps, traditions and concepts to guide it. There are no laws, by-laws or governing persons. This paper offers a brief overview of the beginnings of this fellowship, reports the traditions that guide it, the dedication to service and corporate poverty and how it functions. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Canadian Literature and Violence
This 4 page
report discusses violence in Canadian literature and how it is
expressed by Margaret Atwood in her poetry, Sylvia Fraser in her
story of surviving incest, and Marie-Claire Blais’s story of
poverty in Quebec. Bibliography lists 3 sources.