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However these conclusions have also been argued that they are very far from the truth because Africa is the birthplace of humanity and the only continent that has evidence of the early evolution of humans. Scientific evidence shows that it is the origin of agriculture, religious systems, art and science. I will be using historical research method to find the evidence
Faced by these opinions we might be left wondering whether there was any bit of civilization in Africa before the 18th century. That is, is it a fact that Europe brought civilization to Africa or Africa civilized Europe? Having read several scholarly articles on Africa before, during and after colonial rule, I have concluded that a thorough explanation of origin of civilization must take into consideration and analyze African civilization critically.
This article discuses the origin of library system. It points out that library as an institution and librarian as a profession had its roots in ancient African society. Africa is not only birth place for humanity but also birth place for librarianism. Before Greece was proclaimed as a major a major centre of civilization, Egyptians had already developed an organized system which could be used to collect, Organize, describe, preserve and ensure accessibility of this information. The journal believes that professional operated the system. This article is useful in my research since it provides a summarized overview on how civilization may have began in Africa before being exported to Europe. This book is available on www.examsada.com.
This book describes how African civilization was lost in the ancient America. The other uses archeological, linquistic and generic evidence. He describes our sophisticated culture was created by Africans in North and South America. Despite the ice age Africans were in American even before the melting of ice. The used reed boats to sail across the Atlantic Ocean. The article therefore contradicts
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Choi, B.C.K. and Pak, A.W.P. (2005) A catalog of biases in questionnaires. Preventing Chronic Disease [Internet], January, 2 (1) Available from [Accessed 14 March 2012]. This article was able to create a good source of tips on how to design a good questionnaire that eliminates all biases as much as possible, and that such a design could elicit specific and useful answers, in this case, in studies regarding public health research.
Annotated Bibliography Abstract Annotated bibliography is a perfect opportunity for every writer to summarize the main ideas of the required sources and implement these ideas in relevant contexts. Moreover, it cannot be denied that in the course of time there is an option to lose a thread of the main idea of the source, which was rather helpful previously.
This article illustrates on how the numerous trials of soldiers for extreme use of force and their ill conduct of the public during armed international operations have drawn attention of the public. According to this article, the justification that is issued by the senior commanders is that the ill mannered officers are “bad apples”, and that the military would operate well in their absence.
The army in relation to the national military force may entail full time career army officers or field army whom are not disbanded at times of peace; the army reserves are passive since they are activated in case of a natural disaster or a war. In some countries of the world, the army is referred to as the land army so that it can be differentiated from the navy and air army or the air force.
http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/10/09/1304880110.full.pdf+html. The article presented measurements of methane gas emissions reportedly from the production of natural gas in 190 locations within the United States. As disclosed, the information collected and revealed could be used by policymakers regarding natural gas production and use.
Of course, we know that legislators can also overdo it, passing laws that make life more difficult for businesses even if they are careful not to do it.
Using new data assembled by the World Bank, this paper reveals one of America's darkest secrets: how millions of people can be poor in a country that is rich, and how inequality can exist amidst prosperity.
They can hold gatherings, sit together, and have common interests on the basis of the one region they all belong to. But, as the world moves at a fast pace, cultures merge, people migrate and acculturation takes place, we can be sure that this community advantage ultimately poses as a disadvantage because the "Latinos" are losing their individual identity.
Within the context of the stated scene, Arner insists that Chopin let the two speaks and act for themselves, with hardly any noticeable authorial intervention. While the article contains valuable insights into "The Storm," Arner's persistent interpretation of the story solely through the lens of realism detracts from it, because it disallows the interpretation of its symbolic meaning.
The interview focused on an advertisement placed in several prominent magazines and newspapers in the New York area. Mr. Daines defended the advertisements as necessary in calling to accountability the