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The Influence Breast Cancer Has On Women Physical Confidence [en]

Credits: The Markconsulting.com Credits: Google According to Canadian Cancer Society  Cancer is not just one typical word, it is a tumor that can possibly spread or metastasize to other parts of your body. As well explained, “breast cancer starts in cells that line the ducts, which are the tubes that carry milk from the glands to the nipple. This type of breast cancer is called ductal carcinoma. Cancer can also start in the cells of the lobules, which are the groups of glands that make milk. This type of cancer is called lobular carcinoma”.  There are also less common types of breast cancer such as inflammatory breast cancer, non-hodgkin lymphoma and sarcoma (See more on the Canadian Cancer Society website linked …

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Social Interests Stereotypes

Tyranny of the clock in the human lives [en]

Credits : Wonderful engineering    The clock structures the human’s life and obliges them to do everything in a certain amount of time (Woodcock 101). Time tends to dictate and inhibit man’s actions. For instance, ” Time as duration became disregarded, and men began to talk and think always of ‘lengths’ of time” ( Woodcock 101).   Credits :  Pexels Credits : Vintage   The clocks obtained in the sixteenth century, help the capitalism grew and take advantage of the industrial revolution because it establishes a huge domination over the society. In fact, the medieval Europe invented the clock which got destroyed in the middle age because it was the closest social approximation in the factories at this period.  The clock …

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Linguistique Stereotypes

Sommes-nous tolérants de la diversité linguistique ? [fr]

  Credits: fondosdepantallaonline Il était une fois… Kaspar Hauser a grandi entièrement seul dans un grenier puis dans une forêt, sans avoir eu le moindre contact humain jusqu’à l’âge de 18 ans. Il arrive à Nuremberg où le criminaliste, Feuerbach le recueille et devient son mentor jusqu’en 1833 quand il a été mystérieusement assassiné. Kaspar à beau essayer de vouloir communiquer par le langage humain mais on comprend bien que les langues nous introduisent à la vie et nous permettent d’accéder au champ social. « La langue nourrit celui qui parle, tout comme lui permet de vivre l’air qu’il respire » « Les langues ne permettent pas seulement de parler ou d’écrire pour retracer notre histoire bien au – delà …

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