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Essay on Discipline in English | 100, 120, 150, 200, 250 Words
Essay on Discipline in English | discipline essay for class 10: In this article, you are going to learn how to write an essay on discipline in English. Here, we’ve provided 5 essays (100, 120, 150, 200, and 250 words) on this topic. These essays are helpful for the students from class 1 to class 12. So, let’s get started.
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Essay on Discipline: 100 Words
Discipline means complete obedience of certain rules and regulations. Discipline is an essential and noble quality. It helps a man to be honest, self-satisfied, happy and successful in life. Discipline is essential in family, society, sports, battlefield, school, organizations and everywhere. It develops strength, unity and cooperation.
Discipline is the first and foremost thing for a student. No student can achieve academic brilliance without discipline. Disciplined students are able to concentrate more on their studies. Life without discipline is a ship without a rudder. If we do not abide by discipline, there will be chaos and confusion in all aspects of life. Therefore, everyone should be disciplined in life.
Discipline in Student Life Essay: 120 Words
Discipline is the training of mind and character. It teaches us to be respectful and obedient to those in authority. Everyone who has a good character has a strong sense of discipline. This discipline can be acquired, only when one is strong. It helps us to build up a strong character and a strong will.
Those who are obedient to teachers in school, become obedient citizens when they grow up. Such people become responsible citizens of the country. Those who have no discipline become disorderly violent and irresponsible citizens. Hence, it is very important that children should be disciplined in student life so that they might become worthy citizens of their country.
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Discipline Essay in English: 150 Words
Discipline means obeying some general rules of conduct. It gives us better health, more respect, more money and above all it makes us a perfect human being. Every society has certain rules to control the life and activities of its members. If any of the rules is broken there will be trouble and disorder everywhere and the society will suffer. There will remain peace and happiness in a family when the younger members obey their superiors and every member follows the established rules.
On the other hand, if the members do not obey their superiors and do what they like, peace and happiness will completely disappear from the family. Discipline is best observed among soldiers. It is essential to ensure maximum efficiency of the soldiers. Discipline in schools and colleges is important for students. A disciplined student not only become successful in life but also become a responsible citizen. So discipline is necessary at every step of a man’s life.
Value of Discipline Essay: 200 Words
Discipline means obeying the rule or following the rule. When we develop discipline, then our life becomes organized. There comes a kind of orderliness in our life. Students are the future of a nation. So, they should be properly disciplined. This is the reason why efforts are made to maintain discipline in schools. Discipline has great importance in the army and police forces. Similarly, there should be discipline in the family and society also.
Nation progresses through discipline. A person living disciplined life benefits in many ways. Qualities like courage and patience are developed in him. Therefore, we should follow the discipline created by society, government or any other organization. Whereas, lack of discipline creates confusion and difficulties. Instead of peace and progress, it creates a lot of complications in life.
The life of each and every great personality of the world has been full of discipline. Nobody can succeed without discipline. A disciplined person respects others and is respected by others. Discipline helps a person become to become a better human being. Discipline is the only solution to the problems like corruption, bribery, scams, cheating, terrorism, etc. Only educated and disciplined youths can give our country a bright future.
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Importance of Discipline Essay: 250 Words
Discipline is an important virtue in one’s life. Discipline helps people to build an attitude that becomes the key to becoming successful. It helps us to improve our self-confidence and self-control. Discipline helps us to stay focused on our goals. This helps develop strength and efficiency in a person.
Discipline is necessary wherever we are. Whether in society, school, office, battlefield or playground discipline is a must. No organization can run well without proper discipline. Lack of discipline creates chaos, disorder and confusion. Most of the successful people follow discipline in their life on a daily basis. Discipline shapes our life and teaches us how to handle different situations.
Discipline in student life is very important. It helps one to achieve better grades in school. A student should wake up early. He should give most of his time to his studies. He should respect his elders. A student should not tell lies. He should never cheat. He should never be disrespectful to anyone. He should keep good company. These habits finally make a student disciplined.
Home is the first place to develop discipline. The peace and progress of a family largely depend on it. A disciplined person becomes a responsible citizen. He keeps himself away from corruption and cheating. And only responsible citizens can bring change to the country. It is a virtue that everyone should have.
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A Picnic Essay- 80, 100 and 120 Words
The article is an essay on a picnic. The article includes three essays. The first one is 80 words, the 2nd one is 100 words and the third one is 120 words. Read all the essays carefully and try to compose an essay of your own. So let’s begin.
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A Picnic Essay
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A Picnic Paragraph 100 words
On 25th December last year, we arranged a picnic. We went to Belur Moth. I went there with my friends and our parents. We went there in a mini-van which we hired. We reached the picnic spot by 8.30 a.m. Then we had our refreshments. Later we started playing cricket and the elders began preparing our midday meal. We had our lunch by 2.30 p.m. We took fish, meat and sweets among others in the lunch. Next, we had boating in the Ganges. We enjoyed it greatly. Finally, we returned home in the evening. I got a lot of pleasure and enjoyment from a picnic.
A Picnic I Enjoyed- 80 words
we had a lot of fun on Christmas day. my friends and I had a picnic at Digha. it is a fine picnic spot beside the sea. we spent a nice time at the feast, with fun and music. we also enjoyed boating in the sea. At around 2 pm we took our lunch. The menu was simple- khichuri, potato chips and chatni. Sakib and Samar are good cooks indeed. After the meal, we spent some time playing on the beach. It was great fun. The short winter day fled in no time. We had to start for our homes. I felt a strange sadness in me.
Essay on A Picnic I Enjoyed
We had a lovely winter last year. One fine morning we came to Panihati Ghosh Bagan. It’s a beautiful picnic spot beside the river. My friends and I took out our sports kit with us. Shyamal Da, the expert cook, set to his work. Rohan was also there to assist him. Our time stole away in merriment and excitement. At 2 p.m. we had our open-air feast. The menu was simple – khichuri, potato chips and chatni. After lunch, we took part in an antakshari contest. It was great fun. We also hired a boat and went up the stream. The sun was then setting. Finally, we started for home. It was a delightful day. Its memory will never be deleted from my mind.
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According to the Oxford Dictionary, A picnic is an occasion when a packed meal is eaten outdoors, especially during an outing to the countryside.
Generally, a tour refers to a journey normally a long one where you visit a place. It takes more than one day. But a pic is nothing about the journey, it is about taking meals outside, mainly in the countryside or the backyards of the house.
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Essay on Money in English for Children and Students
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Essay on Money: Money is the medium used by people to buy required goods and services. It is used as the source to fulfill basic needs and is also a source of comfort in life. Money is the most important source to live a healthy and prosperous life; however, it cannot be compared with the significance of love and care. Both have their own importance and benefits. Nevertheless, money is a useful and necessary commodity to live contentedly disposing all your usual liabilities towards your family and loved ones.
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Money Essay 1 (100 words)
Money is the most basic requirement of the life without which one cannot fulfill his basic needs and requirements of the daily routine. We can never compare the importance of the money with the importance of love or care. When one need money, love cannot fulfill this requirement and if one need love, money cannot fulfill this requirement.
Both are highly required for the healthy life but they have their significance and importance separately. Both are required by us on urgent basis so we cannot rank both on the same scale. We need money everywhere such as to eat food, to drink water or milk, to see TV, news, subscribe newspaper, wear clothe, get admission and many more requirements.
Money Essay 2 (150 words)
Money is the basic requirement of the life without which one cannot imagine a healthy and peaceful life. We need money even buying a little needle. In the modern time, where growth of civilization is going very fast and following western culture, we need more money because of the increasing prices of everything. Earlier there was a system called barter system in which one was allowed to exchange things to get goods however, in the modern one need only money to buy everything.
The importance of money is increasing day by day as the living has become so costly. The significance of money has increased to a great extent in the field of production, consumption, exchange, distribution, public finance and etc. It plays a very crucial role in determining the input, income, employment, output, general price level of anything, etc.
Money Essay 3 (200 words)
In such a costly and competitive society and world, no one of us can live without money. We need money to fulfil our basic needs of the life such as buying food, and other many basic necessities of life which are almost impossible to buy without money. People in the society who are rich and have property are looked as honourable and respectful person of the society however a poor person is seen as hatred without any good impression.
Money increases the position of the person in the society and gives good impression to him. All of us want to be rich by earning more money through good job or business in order to fulfil all the increasing demands of the modern age. However, only few people get this chance of completing their dreams of being a millionaire.
So, money is the thing of great importance all through the life. Money is required by everyone whether he/she is rich or poor ad living in urban areas or rural areas. People in the urban areas are earning more money than the people living in backward or rural areas as the people of the urban areas have more access to the technologies and get more opportunity because of the easy sources.
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Money Essay 4 (250 words)
Money is very much required thing in the life however; it cannot buy things like time, love and true care. It can only fulfil the outer needs of the person and not the inner needs like true love. Now-a-days, everything has become so costly but necessary to buy for living a simple life. And what if we have no money, either we would die or suffer more if saved.
Money has capability to buy anything virtually and helps us a lot throughout the life. By taking the importance of the money in our life we should never destroy or waste the money without any purpose. We should not compare the money and love because both are required separately to run a successful life.
In this competitive world, everyone wants to get good study with higher education from the popular college and university to get good job in order to earn more money. A person needs more money to fulfil the requirement of the all members of the family especially one who is only working person of the family.
He or she needs to fulfil the eating, clothing and living requirements of the family members and for that money is required. Rich people of the society are given particular recognition and popularity however poor people live their life by arranging just food for two times a day. All the changes and differences are just because of the money.
Money Essay 5 (300 words)
Money is really a very important thing for the human beings to lead their life in the satisfactory way. Unlike animals and plants, we need more money everywhere. In order to live in the society, we need to maintain our status and position in the society for which we need money. In order to eat food or drink water, wear cloth, get admission to the school, take medicine or go to the hospital and other many activities we need lots of money. Now the topic arise is, where we got such required money. We need to get higher level study and do hard works to get good job or open our own business which requires more skill and confidence.
Earlier the condition of poor people was very poor because of the pressure of the rich people. They were not helping the poor people and use them only as a servant on the very low salary. However the condition of the poor people has become good as the rule and regulations of the government as been change in order to equalize the condition of both. Now everyone has equal rights to study higher and get good job. Many people understand that money is the origin of the evil in the mind however I do not think so because thinking is the process of human mind and not the creation of money.
I understand and believe that money is the most important key of happiness gifted by the God. It is the human mind to take anything in different ways. Some people take it only to fulfil their physical needs and they never take it heartily however some people understand everything to the money and they can do anything for getting the money such murder, corruption, underworld work, smuggling, promoting bribe, etc.
Money Essay 6 (400 words)
There is no any doubt that money is so essential for our healthy living. Money is almost everything for us to live a life and maintain the good stats in the society. It is the money which fulfils the need of bringing necessary comforts and amenities of the life. If one has money, he/she can get anything in his/her life. It is the money which helps us in developing good personality, improving confidence, makes us able to creditworthiness, improving capacity, increasing capabilities and enhancing our courage to a great level. Without money we feel helpless and alone in this world where no one is ready to help and assist. In the current materialistic world, money is very important and powerful thing without which one cannot live and survive.
Now-a-days, in order to earn more money in wrong ways, bad people are taking help of corruption, bribe, smuggling, murder rich people of the society, and other callous activities by degrading the moral and ethical values of the humanity. Lazy people follow wrong ways to earn money as they understand that these ways are simple and easy however it is not true. One can earn more money in less time and effort but not for long; surely he would be lost in the near future as he is following wrong and weak way. The people who are earning money by following all the rules of humanity earn less money but for long time and they become the high status personality of the society.
People doing corruption save their money as a black money in other countries to keep hidden from the common public and use that money for bad works or increasing their physical luxury. However, common people of the society respects a lot to the people earning money using wrong techniques as they have fear of them and little bit greediness that they can get some money in return whenever required by giving them respect. They are generally called as the bhai or dada or don. Money cannot buy or stay the time as well as cannot give true love and care however highly required by all of us to run the life on the right path. It cannot give time and love however gives happiness, confidence, satisfaction, feeling of well being mentally and physically, makes life easy by solving all the difficulties, and many more.
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Who found money.
Money, in various forms like barter or trade, has existed since ancient times. The first coined money is believed to have been created by the Lydians, in what is now Turkey, around 600 BC.
Who said money is life?
This specific quote isn't attributed to a singular famous person. Various interpretations and contexts might exist, but the idea that money plays a significant role in many aspects of life is widely acknowledged.
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A popular quote about money is, Money can't buy happiness, but it certainly helps.
What is the nature of money?
The nature of money is abstract. It has no intrinsic value but is accepted as a medium of exchange. Its value is determined by trust and the backing of an authority, like a government.
What is the value of money in life?
The value of money in life goes beyond purchasing power. It provides security, freedom, and opportunities, but isn't the sole determinant of happiness or success.
What is the importance of money?
Money is essential as it enables trade, provides financial security, meets daily needs, and offers the potential for a better life. It's a measure of one's ability to afford services and products.
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Money is a tool that facilitates trade, allowing us to purchase what we need or desire. It represents value and can be saved, spent, or invested.
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Money is a medium of exchange, used to buy goods and services. It acts as a unit of account, a store of value, and is universally accepted in transactions.
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Information will soon be so easy to find on the internet that people will not need to remember anything. Do you agree?
Nowadays all the information we could ever need is available online and some people say that means the end of having to learn anything.
It is true that these days everything you want to know is a few clicks away as long as you have internet access. However, not everyone has working internet all the time, for example in certain buildings or remote locations, so we do need to be able to remember information. Moreover, it takes time to look up everything you need to know online, whereas remembering something is immediate. The human memory is a much more efficient system.
Another problem is the quality of the information online. How do we know if it is accurate or reliable? We need to think about other facts we know and remember how to compare information from different websites. Knowing (and remembering) how to find certain information will be more important than knowing the information itself.
Finally, the internet is a good tool but it is not a useful replacement for our brains. If we did not remember anything, we would all spend even more time on our phones and computers than we already do, which is not good for society.
In conclusion, the internet offers us many things but it is still important to use our knowledge and memories. We need our memories to function without the internet and we also need to know how to use the internet properly.
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- Plan your ideas first and then choose the best ones.
- Introduce your essay by restating the question in your own words.
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What do you think about the question? Would it be better or worse if we never learned anything and just used the internet instead?
I think the use of the internet is not only in conflict with learning, but It has made the speed of learning faster and more comfortable.
On the one hand, With the advent of the internet and access to data whenever we want, we were able to free our minds from memorizing a lot of unnecessary data. It caused that instead of spending our time to remember the formulas and data, we use our time for a deeper understanding of the concepts. Concentration on understanding was a big step in order to make us more clear about how to apply scientific concepts practically, and It made the evolutionary process of turning scientific concepts into experimental tests go faster. Going through this evolutionary process quickly, in turn, caused, firstly, the faster growth of modern technologies and, secondly, the creation of many new data, concepts, and sciences. And now the data volume is so much that not only you can never remember or learn them, but you have to choose the best one that works for you. Somehow, the internet has changed how to learn. It has focused on analyzing the options and choosing the best one to learn Instead of memorizing a bunch of content.
On the other hand, Theoretically speaking, One of the laws In the world is that everything can be useful or harmful in turn. This law also applies to the internet. In fact, how to use the internet determines whether it is useful or harmful. Like many other tools that have been invented such as smartphones, smartwatches, electric cars, and so on we have spent time learning how to use them. In order to get the best out of the internet and don't waste our time, we must take the time to learn how to search. The searching skill is the most important one that helps us find better results.
In conclusion, Given the two analyzed reasons above, I agree with the idea that easy access to Information makes people get rid of memorizing lots of data. But this has nothing to do with the quality or quantity of learning.
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I think it depends on the type of information. Some information are easier to remember, and hence it's more efficient to have them in memory instead of looking for them online. However, some complex information is offered online, and it will be impractical if we tried to remember it. Additionally, I believe that learning is not just about acquiring knowledge. It's about learning how to think with this knowledge available and solve problems efficiently. That's why the internet is considered a valuable tool to promote learning, not to replace it.
Nowadays we are witnesses how far technology has developed in a short time. A huge of information is backing up on internet and if you have access of surfing you can find any information that you are looking for. However, there are some relevant aspects that should be taking into account when we are talking about using always internet instead of learning. In this sense, the purpose of this essay will be to explain why it is not a good idea. Firstly, as you know, most of the information on internet is fake. For that reason, it is impossible the learning process can be replaced by internet use. If you are looking for reliable information you have to learn how it works. In other words you need of learning even if you want to use internet all the time because you have to discern what of all information is useful for you purpose. For example, if you are a student and want to write an essay about a specific topic you likely have to search for the best information if you want to get a job position or scholarship. Secondly, there is a high demand for professionals who have specific skills in the field that they are pretending to be involved. That’s why learning always is a must for satisfying the requirements of companies and institutions. For instance, in the education field, the main aim is the learning and knowledge which are essential on a daily life to be an expert in your field of action and these skills can’t be acquired through internet surfing. To sum up learning and knowledge are fundamentals in a current world that is demanding professionals highly qualified even in our daily live and the internet is far away of satisfying the required skills that you get every day through the practice, research and networking.
I think it become worse and dangerous for our society, we need to control it making rules. Without internet, many skills and knowledge could´nt be used.
I believe that, The internet become even more dangerous for young people who barely discovered the world around them, If they count on it for seeking information without parental supervision, it would be a disaster!
In nowadays,there are many ways to reach information.The Internet is just one of them but maybe most promising one.The Internet helps us to find information easily and efficently.
However there are some negative sides of Internet.For instance realibilty of information.There are no real control on Internet.I reckon there will not be soon.This reduces the trust in internet.This is why People will always need another source to be make sure and need to remember information.
It is also necesseray for objectivity. You can not just have one source and expect true and impartial information. It is against nature of science.This is not how science works.People must have and process the information.In this way we expand our knowledge.When we make brainstorm we always end up with another information. If we don’t have and process the information how Science works?
I suppose in the future People will never trust completely to Internet. They will always need another source and they will need to interrogate source of information.In conclusion Internet is by far most promising invention People have ever invented.However Internet is not beyond our brain and imagination.We will always need to posses and process the information.
It is about my hometown: My hometown is a beautiful, attractive and cool. N'beika is one of the most famous places in Mauritania where attractive views and economic capacities are in. It is located in Tagant which is in middle of the map. Therefore, It is one the biggest cities in the country. As there are interesting geographical features such as: high Mountains, nice valleys, light hills and wonderful pools. Historically, N'beika played an important role in culture, trade exchange and fighting colonialist. Also it has saved historical landmarks, for example: manuscripts, books and cities which the most important is Gasr Albarka. In the north, there have tourist views and in the East big mountains with lovely valleys like Matmata where there are some Alligators in and other attractive animals. As well as from the south and the west there are some fields, forests and farms. Moreover, people are interested in agriculture, trade, development and education. Furthermore, there are many schools and Mahidras and three colleges providing well-deserved education to students. What's more, mall shops is offering demands and created jobs for unemployment. There are different favourite for people , some of them are crazy about football as youth, and some people like doing agriculture and development. Moreover, there are entrepreneurs doing a small business like selling clothes, pitch, barbershop... etc. In conclusion, N'beika is a gift of Allah that has given to people to spend nice moments in order to feel happy and to invest for everything we want due to gain lots of money .
I believe it is amazing updated technology which has helped us a lot in our lives. In todays era everyone has access to internet over the globe. you can easily find all the information on internet that is required to you. Even though learn many new skills which aren't even taught you from the help of internet. it is good help for book writer like us where we can be part of book writing communities or book writing resources to enhance our skills and provides more guidance to others.
It would be unfortunate if we never learned anything at all. It is true that the Internet has become such a vital part of our social lives, and has made information accessible. However, Relying on the Internet all the time may hinders our growth as a person whereas, using our memory to remember things and recalled information can widen our horizons, broaden our perspective and harness our skills. Learning is a lifelong process that enables us to function effectively and brings out our full potentials.
Without learning the internet would not exit. There needs to be learning to develop skills and knowledge.
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Animal Experimentation: Arguments For and Against
Science is very important in society because it is through it that different discoveries are made. Scientific methods for instance are used to discover a medicine to cure different diseases and come up with innovations that improve the lives of human beings (Brundage and Michael 10). In the field of...
The Role of Followership in Supporting Servant Leaders
Leadership and followership are inseparable as they always depend on each other. However, followership seems to be often overlooked because leaders tend to be in the spotlight due to their power, influence, and authority. This paper aims to discuss the role of followership in supporting leaders and highlight the importance...
Motor Performance and the Activity of the Primary Motor Cortex
The Goal of the Research The goal of the study was to determine whether the focus of attention affected the motor performance and the activity of the primary motor cortex when implementing strenuous tasks involving the right index finger (Kuhn, Keller, Ruffieux, & Taube, 2017). How the Goal Relates to...
Social Media and Social Networking in Modern Life
Social media and social networking are relatively new phenomena that already have a significant effect on society. As our current understanding of these phenomena is limited, studying them is critical to answering the questions their development raises. Indeed, social media exposes people to a previously impossible amount of social communication....
Championing Quality and Patient Safety
The study by Mastal, Joshi, and Schulke (2007) reports that chief nursing officers (CNOs) need to be provided with an opportunity not only to play a key leadership role in closing the knowledge gaps and reshaping values about quality and patient safety in the boardroom, but also to apply leadership...
The Cultural and Psychological Aspects of Marriage
Marriage is a long-standing social and legal institution, and studying it through social sciences can change how we view it. Recognizing the cultural and psychological aspects of marriage and the shifts these aspects are currently experiencing is also important. For instance, separating marriage from childbirth and the rearing of children...
Socrates’ Understanding of God
Socrates is accused of impiety, or “not believing in the gods in whom the city believes (West & Plato, 1979, 24b).” At first glance, it appears as if Socrates is charged with atheism, but the philosopher is, in fact, ostracized for believing in “other new spiritual things (West & Plato,...
The Effects of Globalization on the Environment
The far-reaching consequences of globalization can sometimes be very obscure. Just like preeminent technological developments, globalization contributes to civilization as a whole but also inconveniences others. In terms of global trade, helps in reducing the isolation of poor countries by increasing specialization, it expands access to information through trade, increases...
Interview: Additions to Five Journalistic “W”s
As a means of communication and learning about a specific person or issue, an interview incorporates both ample opportunities and significant challenges. Although the format of an interview opens a plethora of chances for addressing multiple issues, reliance on the interviewee’s honesty requires that an interviewer should approach the task...
The Interview “I’m a Runner: Haruki Murakami”
I listened to Haruki Murakami’s interview “I’m a Runner: Haruki Murakami.” The writer explains how exercise has changed his social and physical lifestyle (Lee, 2005). In the second interview, Murakami talks about his writing process, general life, and characters that appear in his writing. Murakami reveals that he loves cats...
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- Animal Abuse
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Discussion of the Film “The Batman”
Did you know that Batman has returned on the big screen? The hero, often known as the Dark Knight, is ready to fight villains again and protect people. If you have not watched the recent movie yet, here are some reasons why you should. The Batman does not have an...
Metabolism in Inorganic Systems
The definition of life and the definition of its criteria are debatable. Metabolism is the most important attribute of life, but many inorganic systems possess this property, albeit in a more primitive form. Without attempting to list all attributes of living matter, since this is impossible, in determining the criterion...
Migration Flows and Their Socio-Economic Impact
The deepening of globalization is associated with an ever-increasing level of international migration (Artal-Tur et al. 8). In order to better understand the implication of the phenomenon, it is necessary to explore it from the demographic, social, and economic points of view. One should understand that migration is a powerful...
Boston’s Experiment: Harvard Business Review’s Lessons
In Harvard Business Review’s Lessons from Boston’s Experiment with The One Fund, Mitchell discusses lessons that anyone can learn from his experience with fund distribution to the victims of the Boston bombing. What stands out about Mitchell’s opinion piece is his entrepreneurial approach to charity. Many of the lessons described...
Sanitation Workers and Compensation for Their Efforts
Sanitation workers usually ride, drive, or push garbage trucks while collecting trash and fecal matter from people’s residences and workplaces. They carry out valuable tasks of tidying up communities by collecting waste and ensuring its safe or proper disposal. Sometimes their job entails washing toilets, emptying septic tanks and dustbins,...
“My Mother’s Strange Definition of Empowerment” TED Talk by Khadija Gbla
In this TED talk, Khadija Gbla discusses the two different definitions of empowerment she learned from her mum when they lived in Sierra Leone and the one she got when they migrated to Australia. Her mother’s definition of empowerment was circumcision. She told her that it stifled her sexual urges...
The War on Drugs in the United States
The United States government’s combat with substance abuse is called the “War on drugs,” addressing the campaign initiated by President Nixon and supporting the modern attempts to control the use. Drugs disapproved by diverse societies enable the administrations to offer strategies to influence the situation and eliminate abuse via addiction...
Biopsychologic Model of Alcohol Consumption
Treatments To achieve the best results, it is vital to incorporate methods effective against a specific type of addiction. Reportedly, medical treatment is the most effective in combating alcoholism (Anderson Redal, Thomas, Sim, & Campbell, 2019). The second and third best treatments are Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and non-medical outpatient care...
Rules and Formal Requirements of the Mathematical Sciences
The mathematical sciences are full of rules and formal requirements that must be met to follow academic standards. One such requirement is the rules for working with data graphs, namely the appropriateness and desirability of connecting individual points with a single line or curve. In particular, individual points on a...
“Unemployment and Terrorism” TED Talk by Mohamed Ali
In this TED talk, Ali explores the relationship between unemployment and terrorism. Unemployment is one of the challenges facing young people in big cities around the world. As young people pursue their dreams of creating wealth and attaining their goals, they encounter many obstacles that cause frustration and push them...
- Contract Law
- Climate Change
Training and Development for Employees
The purpose of this proposal is to instruct the employees in order to increase their performance in the organization. There are several delivery methods for development programs, the most popular of which is instructor-led training (Lacerenza et al., 2017). It is best for creating an overall understanding of the raised...
The Funding Request of the Business Plan
Introduction: The Basis of the Project The business plan has: Information about the company, products; Calculations, prospects for the years; Further actions, methods to improve efficiency; Strategies for further promotion. The Business Plan Based on the Coffee Shop The coffee shop’s uniqueness is in: Aromatic tea and fragrant coffee; Freshly...
Sociology: Role in the Life of Society
Why exactly sociology now occupies a priority position among social and humanitarian disciplines, and how does it fit into the general system of social knowledge? The answers to these questions explain the reason for sociology being among the choices of required courses for Liberal Arts Majors in most college campuses...
Afghanistan’s Location as a Cause of Conflicts
It is possible to say that the history of the emergence of Afghanistan and its physical location has become the prerequisites for the “troubles” that take place on the territory. Afghanistan emerged as a “buffer” state that separated the territories of interest of Russia and Britain (Blijde et al 265)....
Global Health Problems: The Epidemic of COVID-19
In the discussion post dedicated to global health problems, my colleague clearly indicated the need for international cooperation and underlined the universal nature of health concerns, such as the recent epidemic of COVID-19. The statistics and numbers on premature infants support the author’s position, who claims that preterm birth is...
The League of United Latin Americans’ Activity
The League of United Latin Americans (LULAC for short) is an alliance whose campaign focuses on equalizing the rights of Latin Americans (“Mexicans”) with white Americans and fighting to preserve the socio-cultural specificities of Latin America. Its goal was to create an environment where discrimination based on race and nationality...
Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody Song Analysis
I think that Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is a song of the decade for the 70s. It is an obvious choice, but I think it is really difficult to name a more iconic and long-standing track. Being a rock ballad, it combines unexpected shifts of melody and style to the point...
Leadership Transition Challenges in the Intersex Society
The Intersex board has experienced a few significant processes during its existence. Initially, Chase asked her friend and colleague, Alice Dreger, to chair the board that consisted mainly of friends. However, the further development of business required to make this body more extended and professional. That is why Chase decided...
Integrative Literature Review in Developmental Psychology
Name of the Domain Developmental Psychology Rationale Yau et al. (2021) highlight the existence of the relationship between societal expectations and individual performance, which eventually results in various courses pursued during the transition to adulthood. Similar conclusions and results may be related to the results of the study by de...
The Circle Packing Chart on “Kobe Bryant Shoots” Database
This circle packing chart shows values of variables in a hierarchical structure by using circle areas. The shot type variable creates two outer circles which display two types of shots in the database: 2PT Field Goal and 3PT Field Goal. Inside each of them, many other circles represent unique action...
Methods of Forecasting Currency Market
Methods of forecasting the currency market include Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis. Fundamental analysis helps in evaluating and assessing the assets based on their intrinsic value. It is dependent on external factors where decisions are based on available information and evaluated statistics (Lyle & Yohn, 2021). Its primary purpose is...
Eating Disorders and Social Interactions
One of the possible aspects that affect the persons’ perception of their bodies and attractiveness is the closest social surrounding. Family, friends, or romantic partners sometimes unknowingly can make people feel insecure and push them towards the development of the eating disorder. It can happen by criticizing the body, compassion...
North Africa or Southwest Asia Area Classification
There is certainly controversy about classifying the North Africa/Southwest Asia realm. In (Blijde et al), we see that there are several approaches to classifying it. First, it is defined as the “Dry World” due to its climate (230); however, the majority of people live in the territories where they have...
American Psychological Association and Racism
For the past years, minority individuals in the U.S suffered from segregation in all fields including schools. For instance, the Negros had trouble in the past years when it came to academic issues. The experienced problems led to retardation of educational and intellectual development of Negro children. To solve this,...
The Film “A Time to Kill” by Joel Schumacher
In the film “A Time to Kill,” my opinion is that Carl Lee Hailey was right to have murdered rapists who assaulted his daughter. This is because of anger and the weight of the two white men’s injustice to his daughter. Therefore, he was justified in murdering the men in...
Investment. Net Present Value vs. Payback Period
Net Present Value (NPV) is a better indicator than Payback Period (PBP) because it tells precisely which value would be earned by the investors if they decide to undertake it. In general, NPV as an investment appraisal method is based on the idea that the project would be beneficial if...
Zappos: Servant Leadership
Introduction Servant leadership is defined as an organizational style within a company where the leader’s purpose is to serve their customers and help their employees grow within the field. The purpose of this paper is to analyze how this philosophy is supported at Zappos, an online shoe and clothing retailer....
“All Aunt Hagar’s Children: Stories” by E. P. Jones
Edward P. Jones’ stories are classic examples of the influence of urban infamy on one’s personality and reconnection to society. The main character Caesar is not evil by nature, instead, he is simply a victim of his social environment and a series of highly stressful circumstances that led him to...
Managing Task Clusters in Organizations in Practice
Introduction At the Mixing Department, a range of staff members was unaware of the goals to which they contributed by performing their routine functions in the organizational setting. As a result, the arrangement of work was deplorable, with most staff members being quite disorganized. Experimentations However, after thorough clarifications and...
Rationale Strategy: PetSafe Pet Insurance
These emails are directed at buyers who have subscribed to the newsletter. Pyroplasmosis is an infectious disease triggered by a tick bite and leads to the loss of appetite, decreased energy, and other long-term effects on animals (Niu et al., 2017). This text attracts people who care about their pets,...
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Events in the American History Since 1980
The three events I consider the most important in American history are the pneumocystis pneumonia report in 1981, which states the discovery of the virus known as “Pneumocystis carinii” as the cause of the AIDS epidemic. The discovery of AIDS brought more attention to sex education and insight is gay...
Jay Gatsby by F. S. Fitzgerald and the American Dream
“In his blue gardens, men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.” (Fitzgerald 32) The chosen quote is important as it illustrates that Fitzgerald brilliantly portrayed the American society’s carnival lifestyle of the so-called dreamers, excited with fun and carelessness. The...
Modeling Methods and Techniques
Summary Analytical modeling consists in constructing a model based on the description of the behavior of an object in the form of formulas. Simulation modeling involves the construction of a model with characteristics adequate based on any of its physical or informational principles. Heuristic modeling is a mechanism of self-learning...
Hunger and Homelessness Consequences on Development
Consequences of Hunger and Homelessness on Children’s Development The article “New study reports strong links between food insecurity and negative developmental consequences for young school-age children is available on the FRAC website. The article discusses the consequences of hunger and homelessness during the early developmental years on children’s growth and...
Jerrold Amplifiers Advertisement in the 1980s
Everyone wants a music system with crystal clear sounds that are appealing and entertaining. Jerrold Company presents the Jerrold amplifier, which is the absolute solution to the voice problems in homes, business places, and even campaigns. The amplifier has the Alternating Current (AC), making it easy for the user to...
Nursing Ethics in Patient Advocacy
Mr. Lilly needed to receive an increased dose of morphine, but his condition made health care professionals doubt whether he was looking for painkillers just to overcome his pain or he wanted to satisfy his addiction. It was also important not to harm his health in this way. The nurse...
Summary of Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue”
Amy Tan reflects on the varieties of English she uses as an Asian American. She notes the differences between the grammatically impeccable language she uses in her writing and the often incorrect phrasing she uses when conversing with her mother and husband. Amy’s mother does not possess the same grammatical...
The Idea of Robert Frost’s Poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay”
The poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost is only nine lines long, but the author discusses complex topics through it. In early spring, the golden buds appear on the trees, but soon their color fades. Then flowers bloom, but they also soon turn into fallen leaves, reminiscent of...
Gender Representation in American Pop Culture
The selected excerpt of the book called “The Pop Culture Freaks” focuses on the representation of gender in American pop culture that is a powerful tool capable of impacting social tendencies and relations or creating particular attitudes. The objectification of women (or female bodies, to be more precise, since their...
Geographies of Race and Ethnicity I: Summary of Article
“Geographies of race and ethnicity I” compares and contrast two forms of racism: white supremacy and white privilege. These topics are then connected to a more generalized issue of environmental racism, with the author providing evidence of who might be responsible for its dynamics. Lastly, choosing the case of Exide...
The Treponema Pallidum Prokaryote Analysis
Treponema pallidum’s structure is similar to that of other spirochaetes: it is helical, a protoplasmic cylinder twisted into 8–12 whorls; 3 periplasmic flagella extend from the ends of the cell. Studies of the morphology of pale treponema conducted using electron microscopy showed that the central structure of the Treponema pallidum...
‘The Last Night of the World’ by Ray Bradbury
‘The Last Night of the World’ is a short story by Ray Bradbury written in a genre of speculative fiction. It presents an evening dialogue between spouses who are drinking coffee and watching their daughters play on the rug. It is an entirely ordinary evening except for the dream they...
Was Gunpowder the Cause of England’s Defeat in the Hundred Years’ War?
Although gunpowder was extremely important at the final stages of the Hundred Years’ War seemingly, it would just prolong the conflict, but France would still be a victor in the end. Usage of artillery, indeed, helped the French army to conquer the territories at faster rates. Also, it was a...
The Link Between Collaboration and Penetration Testing
Collaboration is critical to an organization’s information security because its lack can be exploited by an attacker as a vulnerability. There is also a tendency to use compartmentalized security measures that can be bypassed individually to gain access to an organization’s sensitive data (Secude, 2020). Furthermore, it is possible that...
The Scope Trial Legal Case and Social Implications
Although the main issues in the scope trial were Education and Science v. Religion, the proceedings had a substantial impact in defining the roles of the judicial system and individual’s trust in the administration of justice. Politics, religion, and other social civilities have conflicted for centuries. However, the judiciary plays...
How the Internet Transformed Design Fashion
Digital sketches help add changes to the existing work without starting drawing from the beginning. By using the Internet, people can shop online and avoid overcrowded shopping malls. It saves time, and people do not get tired while looking for a specific product. The Internet use allows people who love...
Symbolic Ethnicity in the United States
Nowadays, many people, especially in the U.S., do not show their ethnic identity and pride daily, and such an occasional display is known as symbolic ethnicity. Primarily, this concept describes citizens who demonstrate their ethnic pride in a rather expressive way during religious or national celebrations or by using bumper...
The Essay “Salvation” by Langstone Hughes
I was intrigued by Langstone Hughes’s “Salvation”, a story concerning the lessons and challenges that everyone can witness in the lives of youths. He discusses young people’s social and emotional difficulties by relying on his life experiences, including the time he was supposed to witness a 12-member revival while actively...
“Kill the Indian, and Save the Man” Historical Context
The time of the source’s creation is known to be one of the hardest in U.S. history. The Civil War and political fight for slavery abolishment brought up social issues. The point of this essay is to analyze the period, the world, culture, and atmosphere during the “Americanizing” of Native...
The Impact of Physical, Chemical, and Biological Agents on Marine Mammals
The development of ecosystems is affected by various physical, biological, and chemical agents, and these effects can be both positive and negative. It is noteworthy that in the majority of cases this is an adverse impact. For instance, such physical agents as oil spills or surface plastic debris can be...
Japanese Internment Camps in American History
The term “Japanese internment camps” refers to the ten centers created to incarcerate many Japanese Americans in 1942. The camps were established following the Executive Order 9066 signed by President Franklin Roosevelt. The camps were in Arizona, Idaho, California, Utah, Colorado, Arkansas, and Wyoming (Nicholas and Scherbina 282). The targeted...
“Epic of Gilgamesh”: Enkidu’s Lack of Caution
The Epic of Gilgamesh of ancient Mesopotamia introduces to the reader two outstanding characters. The protagonists of the epic are Gilgamesh himself and his best friend and companion, Enkidu. The latter is one-third human and two-thirds beast, which explains his lack of caution in tablets three through eight. By nature,...
Bach’s “Little” Fugue
Bach’s Fugue in G minor, commonly referred to as “Little” Fugue, is an organ piece and one of the composer’s best known fugues. Right from the beginning, the listener can distinguish four voices that enter the melody and continue to play throughout the work. The voices used in the piece...
Essentials of Negotiation
Negotiation is the process of discussion aimed at reaching a compromise or a mutually beneficial solution to an issue. It is a complex skill that involves analyzing information and making strategic decisions, often under time pressure. Naturally, there are common mistakes one should try to avoid when negotiating. One fundamental...
“The Double Image” by Anne Sexton: Poem Analysis
“The Double Image” is a rather significant and famous confessional poem written by Anne Sexton. This is an increasingly severe and profound literary work that can have various meanings and interpretations. The poet tells about her most intimate parts of life and her way through post-traumatic stress disorder. It is...
Contract Law: Comedy Club, Inc. v. Improv West Associates
Facts: The agreement between Improve West associates’ and the Improve Comedy Club prohibits the Improve Club from opening any non-improve clubs till 2019. When Improve Comedy Clubs failed to open eight clubs by the end of 2002 Improve West commenced arbitration. The arbitration award of 2005 stated that CCI had...
Ethical Dilemma in Nursing
Definition of Ethical Nursing Practice An Ethical Nursing Practice is a decision-making challenge between two potential normative choices, neither of which is undoubtedly desirable to a nurse. Typically, nurses encounter the problem in almost every aspect of their personal, social, and professional life. Consequently, due to their complexity, it is...
The Six-Day War’s History and Consequences
The Six-Day War was one of the shortest, but at the same time extremely large-scale, confrontations of the 20th century. In this brief Israeli war against the Arab coalition of four states, the first gained control of territory more than three times its pre-war area (“Six-Day War,” 2020). In the...
George Washington’s Farewell Address: Description and Key Aspects
George Washington’s Farewell Address (1796) was a letter from one of the greatest American leaders to the citizens of the country providing explanations about his choice to not seek a third term. The Farewell was something deeper, it was guidance and support for American residents to have a safe and...
International Human Resource Management
International Human Resource Management (HRM) practices must differ from domestic HRM due to the nature of activities involved in each of the two sectors. In international HRM, activities are performed in a wider context and ensure it is relevant to a particular location. Extra training is required at the international...
Nursing Practice Acts in North Carolina and Iowa
Board of Nursing Practice Acts from North Carolina and Iowa: A Comparison Developing the guidelines that will provide the foundation for further improvements in nursing services’ quality is crucial for improving patient outcomes in a community (Hunt, 2014). Practice acts help outline the essential values, strategies, and philosophies that will...
Music Listening: “Firestone” Song by Kygo
The composition “Firestone” is performed by Kygo, who is its composer, featuring Conrad Sewell released in December 2014 (“Kygo – Firestone ft. Conrad Sewell (Official Video)”). The song belongs to the genre of tropical house, which has been perceived as a sub-genre of deep house. The reason for listening to...
Network Security, Threats and Vulnerabilities
In my understanding, a cyber vulnerability is an opening in one’s security that presents an opportunity for malicious agents to perform a cyberattack. It presents a chance for attackers to act upon their threats once discovered. At the same time, a cyber threat is an already discovered opening in one’s...
Christianity: Peculiarities and Principles
Chapter eight focuses on defining Christianity’s significant peculiarities as one of the world’s main religions. The chapter highlights that this religion is mainly centered on historical events. The chapter emphasizes Christianity’s considerable principles, discussing the possibility that contributed to forming the people’s trust in the Bible. The chapter presents the...
Huston Smith’s “The World’s Religions” Book
In his book The World’s Religions, Smith (2009) attempts to describe and analyze the major world’s religions. In Chapter 3, in particular, he addresses Buddhism, its origins, specifications, and geographical location characteristics. Smith (2009) begins with outlining the known facts about Buddha, as he is the root of this religion...
Potentially Dangerous Products or Services: False Promises or Marketing Moves
A few weeks ago, I saw an advertisement for a course that promised that one would start making millions after taking it. I wondered how this magical course could affect a person enough to change his earnings and his thinking in general. I read the description and several reviews and...
The Author’s Personal Experience
Tanya Maria Barrientos starts her essay with an anecdote to make her writing more credible, emotional, and appealing. Clearly, the use of the first-hand experience always makes it seem more credible as people tend to believe personal accounts rather than anonymous stories. Apart from making people believe her, Barrientos uses...
Cultural and Emotional Intelligence Differences
Cultural and emotional intelligence have a certain similarity in the way they work because both require the person to examine the situation before acting upon it. Rash decisions are often incorrect and lack understanding of the subtle intricacies of human behavior. However, while emotional intelligence deals with more universal aspects...
Qing China’s and Tokugawa Japan’s Response to the Coming of the Europeans
After defeating the Qing Empire in the Opium Wars, European powers entered into unequal treaties with China, introducing free trade, extraterritoriality, and free ports under foreign control. Later China restricted trade with Europeans and forced them to stay on Canton Island. In Japan, after 1720, when the shogun Tokugawa relaxed...
Project Team Resources: Project Resource Management
Availability of resources is one of the main factors to consider while deciding how to staff a project. This will help to ensure that the resources are optimally utilized to avoid wastage (Viter, 2021). It is possible to staff a dedicated team of resources if there is a constant, reliable...
Employers’ Perspectives on Workplace Communication Skills: The Meaning of Communication Skills
The article primarily focuses on the perceived and actual relevance of cross-cultural communication for United States business program undergraduates. Therefore, the purpose of the study was to assess the students’ attitudes towards cross-cultural communication and its potential importance for their careers. The findings illustrate that majority of undergraduate students believe...
William Shakespeare, His Life and Works
The exact date of the birth of William Shakespeare has not been preserved. It is believed that he was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in April 1564. His childhood passed in a large and wealthy family; he was the third child among seven brothers and sisters. At the age of 20, Shakespeare...
The Importance of Literature in Society
The emergence of books once revolutionized the teaching process, allowing people to transfer knowledge indirectly, making it more accessible. People can develop new skills independently of others or learn more about the world by merely reading the material on a topic. Written history invites a reader to imagine life before...
Investing in Medical Services: The Necessity of Health Expenditures
Introduction Medical services are imperative for the nation’s welfare. Life expectancy is impacted by service quality. Technological equipment and professional education are required. Public health programs are also necessary. Tremendous expenses are connected to health care (Deb & Norton, 2018). Financial input increases positive healthcare effects. Finances and the clinical...
The “Robots on Earth” Article by Jerry West
Robots on Earth by Jerry West is a work of non-fiction that attempts to discuss the ways in which the perception of robots and AI are misrepresented within society. While the media tries to paint robots as villainous and dangerous creations, in practice, they merely exist as equipment to help...
Workplace Diversity and Intercultural Communication
The research mainly focuses on intercultural communication experiences between non-native English-speaking women and native English speakers. Thus, the purpose of the study is to examine the work interaction experience of these groups in order to understand the underlying barriers of communication. The major finding is the fact that both groups...
Christianity: Afterlife and Relationship With Jesus
The Christian concept of the afterlife differs from other worldviews mostly due to its rigorous entry and inclusion criteria. Entry into Christianity is dependent on rituals as opposed to actions and birthrights. According to Christianity, a person’s belief in certain truths is just as important as conduct in matters of...
Rhythm in Byron’s So, We’ll Go No More a-Roving Poem
Rhythm is characterized as a poem’s beat and pace; a poem comprises patterns that stress certain words and syllables. In (So, We’ll Go No More a-Roving) George Gordon Byron’s poem, the poet uses rhythm to stress some words, the words stressed are “So” and “we’ll” in the poem from (So,...
The Future of the Space Missions
The current obsession with space discoveries leaves enough room for innovative developments in the area that are expected to take humanity closer to interplanetary missions. According to Thisdell, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) represents one of the most vigilant countries when it comes to space missions. With the aid of...
The State of Women Inequality Worldwide
Education is a prevalent concern issue of women’s inequality in the world. Regardless of advancement toward gender impartiality in education, girls still represent a greater proportion of dropout’s children than boys. In the less industrialized world, a section of girls does not join the school. Characteristically, low-income families select educating...
“Showing the Way with Gracious Leadership”: Article Summary
Nurses require leadership skills for healthy relationship building. Gracious type of leadership affects the level of satisfaction of staff and customers (Kroning et al., 2020). This implies building a balance, when the environment in the team, happiness of the clients and success of the company are of the same importance....
“Google’s Backpedaling Shows Why It’s Hard Not to Be Evil” Article by Bensinger
The New York Times article “Google’s Backpedaling Shows Why It’s Hard Not to Be Evil” argues that famous tech companies disregard consumer demand and specific governmental regulations. The author, Greg Bensinger, suggests that Big Tech corporations are willing to engage in unethical behavior that compromises their reputation and the customers’...
Social Security Plan After Retirement
Life after retirement can be challenging, with several needs to satisfy. For a comfortable life after employment, one needs to have a reliable saving plan enabling an individual to easily access services like healthcare. The social security plan formulated to protect people after retirement faces a financial crisis due to...
Peer Pressure and Fear in “The Dentist and the Crocodile” by Dahl
Teenagers often tend to subdue their peers to harm themselves or others as a form of a joke or tease. For the affected students, such an experience is usually associated with fear and the inability to escape the situation. In Roald Dahl’s poem, “The Dentist and the Crocodile”, similar fear...
The Importance of Organizational Collaboration
The culture of working together as team members has a significant impact on the overall performance of an entity. Companies that encourage teamwork experience a positive work environment because employees have adequate time to interact with each other, making them comfortable performing their duties and learning other useful skills from...
Communication with Patients with Dementia
In their article “Pilot testing an educational intervention to improve communication with patients with dementia,” the authors suggest certain communication techniques that can be effective for the hospital staff when they are communicating with patients with dementia. They state that a perfect approach is an individual approach, as it takes...
Geography: Knowledge of Place and Its Sources
To acquire knowledge about a place, a person needs time and local expertise. Books, maps, and the scientific background will not help much. The knowledge, however, can be obtained from men and women residing near this place. They can tell about what they feel about this site, how they express...
A Business Analyst and His Benefits for Companies
A business analyst is a valuable staff member in any organization that provides services of software development and then sells their products on the market. After all, a business analyst is a person who has skills in management, sales, and marketing, which are essential for promoting both commercial (generating their...
Concept of Redistribution in Economy
This paper provides an overview of many important terms related to the topic of economy, and one of the most relevant of them at the current time is the concept of redistribution. Essentially, redistribution refers to the process of first collecting resources such as money or labor to disperse and...
Capitalism, Climate Change, and Globalization
In modern times, the entire human civilization is defined by the capitalistic approach to all relationships among people and countries. The current world paradigm calls for focusing on materialistic benefits and idolizes the pursue of profit as an accurate measure of one’s happiness and success. Pope Francis insists that living...