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Conflict Domination and Violence

In his book, Conflict Domination and Violence, Carlos Illades shares five episodes of Mexican Social History, running from Porfirio Diaz dictatorship to the neo-anarchist movements. The historian combines conflict, domination, and violence by expounding on them to explain a social mannerism of discrimination, diversity, and inequality. This book illuminates Mexico’s social History, giving the reader …

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Comparative essay: ‘Hercules and Achelous’ and ‘Neptune’

A classic story in oral traditions and books speaks of how the Athenian monstrous mortal Hercules fought Greece’s river god Achelous over a beautiful princess Dejanira in a contest to determine who wins her hand in marriage. Despite changing into a slithering snake and then to a riotous bull, Achelous lost the battle (Smithsonian Education). …

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Qualitative Assessment Research on Play in ECD

Qualitative Assessment Research on Play in ECD The issue of effective classroom instruction techniques has been a field of interest to many educational stakeholders, especially policymakers. Of late, various good performing educational systems have put much emphasis on play activities. For example, the system in Finland has 15-minute break for play activities for every 45 …

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