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Forum Essay Examples

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The Symbolism of the Roman Forum in the Roman Republic
The founding of the Roman Republic was traditionally assigned to the year 509 B.C. The Roman forum lies at the foot of the Capitoline Hills, and was used for many centuries. In early times large parts were used as burial grounds for the "hut dwellers" that lived on the Palatine and other hills nearby. The Roman Fo...
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The Significance of the Roman Forum in the Roman Empire
The Roman Forum The Forum Romanum, the Roman name for what we usually call the Roman Forum, was the center of the Roman Empire’s power. The Forum came into existence at a crossing of two important roads. One ran parallel to the Tiber River, the other perpendicular. From the beginning, the Forum was required to satisfy tw...
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Ancient Roman Amenities of a Town
Abstract Ancient Roman Amenities offers a description of the finer things in life that you would not have expected to see before 79 A.D. People who lived in Ancient Rome had many amenities available to them; such as paved roads and bridges, markets, running water for drinking, toilets, and bathhouses. Keywords: aqueduct,...
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Volunteering: A Spark in My Heart
Throughout my life, I have always loved making other people feel loved and happy. Little did I know after filling out a few pieces of paperwork, taking a safety quiz, and going to the doctor’s office for a checkup, I’d see so many smiling faces and make new friends every Saturday morning. From then on, my weekends always st...
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Asynchronous Online Discussion Board
The asynchronous online discussion board (online forum, message board, discussion group) is one of the oldest online communication environments. The discussion board is a Web application that manages user-generated content and is connected to the Internet/World Wide Web, often within some type of course management system su...
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Augusto Boal Helps Oppressed Individuals Through Theater Workshops
Augusto Boal, theatre innovator, viewed 'Aristotelian' or traditional theatre as oppression and domination. You were either an actor, who had your character and their actions imposed upon you by a director, the tyrannical dictator of theatre, or you were a spectator, passively watching the spectacle onstage that would very...
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An Analysis of the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum
World History per 5 1/16/2001 The Arch of Titus Proudly standing strong through the wrath of the ages at the eastern end of the Roman Forum is the famous Arch of Titus. Since it was erected in AD81, the cut stone masonry building has been a lasting memorial to the Roman conquest of the Jews. It...
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Forum of Hidden Truth
Forum of Hidden Truth Dictated and governed by a set of religious laws, Puritan society restricted those who lived within its limits to mundane, ordinary lives. The theocratic based community was forced to live under the harsh, and often strict, guidelines of the Puritan church. Any one sin could be punished severely, whe...
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A Report on the Arch of Septimius Severus in Rome
Name of Site/Monument: Arch of Septimius Severus Location of Monument: a. Region Northwest corner of the Roman Forum near the Capitoline Hill. b. Location in Modern Rome Roman Forum Date(s) of main construction phase(s): In 203 AD, the Arch of Septimius Severus became the first monument on the northwestern...
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An Argument Against Prayer in School Because Schools Should Not Be a Forum for Religious Ritual
Prayer in school has been the topic of the century, Is it right to pray in school, stated a Texas teacher. The society as a whole believes it is wrong, but there is some people that thinks it would be a good addition to our school. Maybe it will lower school violence. Yeah, right, whatever! Come on people, be a little intel...
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A History of the Roman Forum, the Center of the Roman Empire's Power
The Roman Forum
The Roman Forum
The Forum Romanum, the Roman name for what we usually call the Roman Forum, was the center of the Roman Empire's power. The Forum came into existence at a crossing of two important roads. One ran parallel to the Tiber River, the other perpendicular. From the beginning, the Forum was required...
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An Analysis of the Carnegie Forum on Education Report
were two reports drawn up by a group of people who had their own ideas on how public education in the United States could be The made better. I do not believe that either of these reports represents a paradigm shift, or a dramatic change in the way something is done. Both of these reports just make small adjustments of what...
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A Company Identification of Mr. Empanada
Company Identification       
Mr. Empanada is a fast casual restaurant that was founded in 1984 by Albert and Audrey Perez. After operating for six years, the Perezs sold Mr. Empanada in 1990. The new owners were unable to grow the company which ultimately lead to its closing in 1993. Later, in 2003, Albert realized the emp...
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An Introduction to the History of Facebook a Social Media Forum
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Examine Facebook, another social media forum, or another internet gathering place, or another technological phenomenon that...
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The Technological Requirements of a Smartcard
1. Technology Requirements of a Smart Card
What is a Smart Card?
Before I outline the technology requirements of the project, I think it is helpful to define what exactly a smart card is. The actual term smart card comes from France. It was during a period of national investment and modernisation in France during the 1970's...
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An Introduction to the History of Argentina's Economy
Argentina`s Economy     Argentina lives in a democracy
since 1986. Before this year lived it under a military regime. In the nineties
under the presidency of Menem the country experienced a great increase in the
liberalization of trade. Argentina has a free market economic system. Due to the
recent privatization program, t...
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A Critique of Phyllis Schlafly's Opinion on School to Work Programs
A Critique of Phyllis Schlafly s Opinion on School to Work Programs On September 4, 1997, Phyllis Schlafly wrote an article titled School-to-Work Will Train, Not Educate. The article discusses the cons of the school-to-work program and that states that it is portrayed as a cradle to the grave. The article says that the...
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An Analysis of Antony's Speech at the Forum in Julius Caesar, a Play by William Shakespeare
Antony s Speech at the Forum Act III, Scene 2 In Act III, Scene 2, Antony begins his speech right after Brutus at the forum. In the beginning, he is booed by the people of Rome, but his manipulative words soon capture the minds of the Romans and bring them to attention. Antony s speech is wholly directed upon persuading t...
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A Forum of Hidden Truth in the Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Forum of Hidden Truth Dictated and governed by a set of religious laws, Puritan society restricted those who lived within its limits to mundane, ordinary lives. The theocratic based community was forced to live under the harsh, and often strict, guidelines of the Puritan church. Any one sin could be punished severely, whet...
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A Review of Dr. Kirsten Murtagh's Forum Speech on 14th April in Florida
The forum speech given on Friday the 14th of April was very interesting to me. Dr. Kirsten Murtagh, the Associate Vice President of The Northern Campuses of FAU, gave her speech on bird watching in Southern Florida. She started out her talk with a quote from Walt Whitman. He said that vagueness and ignorance helps enjoyment...
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An Introduction to the Defining the Cultural Forum
Defining the Cultural Forum Defining the cultural forum, Newcomb and Hirsch explain that television serves as a medium whereby "contemporary cultures examine themselves through their arts." Examining current television programming, an argument can be made that the medium has and continues to benefit society in p...
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An Introduction to the History of the Roman Empire and Greek Culture
The Roman Empire Essay written by: Sk8terny Greek culture laid the foundation for the Roman Empire. The Roman people wanted to be like the Greek people. For example the Romans made a sculpture of the Greek goddess Aphrodite. The Romans recognized the Greek art and architecture to be very well done. Since the Romans likes...
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An Introduction to the History of Arch of Septimius Severus
Rome: Profile of a City June 18, 2001 Site Report Name of Site/Monument: Arch of Septimius Severus Name of Student completing this form: Anne O'Connor Date Form filled out: June 18, 2001 Location of Monument: a. Region Northwest corner of the Roman Forum near the Capitoline Hill. b. Location in Modern Rome Rom...
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The Question of Whether Napster Should or Should Not Be
Napster: To Be or Not To Be Napster (http://www.Napster.com) is a company that operates exclusively online as a virtual music forum. Napster not only allows its visitors the ability to participate in ongoing discussions through its message board forums and online virtual chat rooms, but it also allows its visitors the capa...
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The Widespread Cases of Sexual Harassment the Current Political Forum and Corporate World
In the current political forum and corporate world, sexual harassment has become a heated issue. The federal courts of the United States have addressed the pressing issue of this violation and are forcing corporations to assume responsibility for the actions of their employees by the Equal Employment Opportunities Commissio...
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