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Immigration Act Of 1990: Friend Or Foe To Business?, Charla Moltzan Apr 1997

Immigration Act Of 1990: Friend Or Foe To Business?, Charla Moltzan

Political Science and International Relations Undergraduate Theses

One of the purposes of the Immigration Act of 1990 is to ease the barriers for professionals to enter the United States workforce. This paper will evaluate how well this law has met its goal. It is my contention that a close examination of the Immigration Act of 1990 and its impacts will reveal that it has benefited large businesses in the a United States. There are many other important affects of immigration laws. However, this paper will focus on the effects of these laws on businesses, because there is a lack of conclusive writing on the effect of immigration ...


Crisis Of Chineseness: Value Changes In The Face Of Modernization In China, Jotaro Tateyama Apr 1997

Crisis Of Chineseness: Value Changes In The Face Of Modernization In China, Jotaro Tateyama

Political Science and International Relations Undergraduate Theses

My association with China goes back more than a decade. I have been familiar with Chinese culture since my childhood. Its history, literature, philosophy, martial arts, kungfu movies, and food-all these cultural attributes have fascinated me for years. However, it was not until my sophomore year at Carroll College that I became captivated by the Reform and Opening Up and contemporary Chinese politics. That is when I learned of the Reform and Opening Up from a Japanese magazine specializing in international affairs. It has been eighteen years since China changed its course of development. The policy called Reform and Opening ...


Amnesty International: A Close Look At A Human Rights Ngo, Kate Phelan Apr 1997

Amnesty International: A Close Look At A Human Rights Ngo, Kate Phelan

Political Science and International Relations Undergraduate Theses

The essential aim of this paper is to record the w growing meaning of the concept of human rights in the world today. It briefly describes academic perspectives on the universalization of human rights. It attempts to describe the role of non-governmental organizations, particularly Amnesty International's efforts to promote human rights work and influence the behavior of both governments and communities by the activities of its members. Finally, the paper attempts to capture the more qualitative aspects of human rights work and demonstrate their importance.