History

First Amendment v. Right of Publicity

Freedom of expression in colonial America Laws in America in the early sixties restricted freedom of expression for almost thirty years before the first newspaper was published (Pember, 1997). For instance, statutes in Massachusetts made it a crime to publish anything without first getting prior approval from the government. Twenty-Eight...

The Transformation of China’s Economic Policies the 1980-2000s

China before the 1980s China is often referred to as the superpower to come and one of the most dynamic emerging economies. This growth is achieved during the past three decades. New economic and diplomatic policies account for the transformation of the country into one of the leading powers in...

History of Sustainable Global Food Economy

Introduction Towards the realization of an effective understanding of the present, a clear understanding of the events of the past, which have shaped the present, is of great significance. This is because; most of what is witnessed today across the different sectors, is among the fruits of the seeds of...

African American Women Obtaining Higher Education

Abstract There is no secret that even in the XXI century, major education issues have not yet been resolved, the problem of education for African Americans in general and African American women, in particular, being one of the major concerns. Despite the opportunities that have opened for African Americans in...

Descriptive Study of African American CareGivers for Dementia Family Members

Abstract The purpose of this descriptive study is to take an in-depth look at married African American caregivers for their spouses with dementia. For the given research, two former dementia caregivers have been interviewed. Both participants come from Macomb, the County area. In-depth interviews were carried out. The answers of...

The Lived Experiences of Native American Women Parenting Off Reservations

Problem Statement Researchers study various populations of people to compare how people live. Personally, I have found that there are special considerations that make Native Americans different from the rest. Some researchers are especially interested in the needs of such individuals who live on Native American reservations. For example, the...

The Lived Experiences of Native American Women Parenting Off Reservations

Problem Statement It is often interesting for researchers to study various populations of people to see how they live and compare it to others. I have found that there are special considerations that make Native Americans different from the rest. Some researchers are especially interested in the needs of such...

Analyzing a Charismatic Leader: Donald Trump

Introduction Born on June 14, 1946, to Fredrick and Mary Trump in Queens New York, Donald John Trump was best known in his youth as an energetic, fastidious, and assertive young man. Enveloping these qualities at a tender age, his parents thought that taking him to the New York Military...

Retention Rate for African American Females: A Research Proposal

Introduction: Education for African American Women in XXI Century Research Topic: Education Issues for African American Women The XXI century has opened a plethora of education related opportunities to a range of people. Since it is practically impossible to get a good job without a degree, the significance of new...

Jimmy Carter: Moral Leadership

The given work is devoted to the cogitations about the image of the 39th President of the USA Jimmy Carter. Being elected in rather complicated period of time, he is often taken as one of the most contradictory presidents of new time. That is why, the main aim of the...

A Comparative Analysis of Four Religious Images

Framework of the two biographies and their underlying philosophy Patrick’s life is of great interest to us who look at the past, especially students of late antiquity. Among those who lived in the fifth century, he is the only human being able to give us full details of the events...

Historical Views of Leadership in Europe & Asia

Introduction The evaluation procedures consisted of a critical analysis of the similarities and the differences that existed in the views of leadership, which were extensively influenced by the duration in which they were brought forward. Bass (1990) argued that the past studies on leadership were based on leaders and their...

Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan: A Legacy of Noble Values

Introduction Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan A Legacy of Noble Values Sheikh Zayed is considered a noble leader as denoted by the values that the founding father of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) demonstrated during his reign. Notably, the legacy of Sheikh Zayed is decorated by noble values that...

Edgar Snow’s “Red Star Over China”

The American journalist Edgar Snow earned a place in history as the first journalist from the United States given permission to interview the leader of the Chinese Communist Party, Mao Zedong, in 1936. The fruit of Snow’s interview, Red Star over China, became the first document to detail the personality,...

Hitler: Leadership Analysis

Adolf Hitler has gone down in history as one of the most infamous despots of all time by orchestrating the horrifying events of the mid-20th century, which ranged from bloody internal German politics to the brutal military campaigns of World War II and the racially-driven mass killings of the Holocaust....

Mckitterick’s Views on History of Charlemagne’s Glory

Introduction: Carl the Great The most glorious king of the Franks, an outstanding politician an a man of great political power, Charlemagne not only contributed to the development of the history of the Franks, but also had an important influence on the rest of the world, hence, promoting the further...

Wine – Historical Growth of the Commodity

Introduction To understand the cuisine, culture, and traditions of wine, one has to look at the very beginning and observe the appearance, evolution, and factors that influenced the culture of wine in different countries and around the world. The status of wine in society was never static. It always changed...

The Civil Rights Marches: Comparisons and Contrasts

Introduction The American Civil Rights movement is perhaps mostly associated with Martin Luther King Jr. and his “I Have a Dream Speech” in 1963. However few people are aware that the speech was the climax of a movement that had begun as early as the late ’30s. The movement was...

Philippine-American War Issue in US Foreign Policy

Isolationism Part of the history of the United States is characterized by armed conflicts both internal and external and motivated by different interests and ideologies. The position of the US as a lone world superpower has ensured that it’s involved virtually in any conflict in the world. Participation of the...

The Biography of Lawrence of Arabia

Introduction Lawrence of Arabia was an incredible military strategist who used unconventional tactics to succeed over an overwhelming number of Turkish troops and thus boost his nation’s efforts in the Middle East. Lieutenant Thomas Lawrence role in the British campaign in the Middle Eastern region has been debated for decades...

African National Congress and Pan Africanist Congress

Introduction Africa was under the rule of westerners in the early 19th century. During this period, there was rampant racism, inequality, and denial of rights to black people. In South Africa, for instance, these aspects of the bad ruling were very common. As a result, African nationalism emerged and movements...

Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping: Leaders of China

Introduction China owes its present existence and well-being to the actions of some of its past great leaders. Arguably the two most significant leaders in China’s history are Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. These two played monumental roles in shaping China between 1949 and 1997. Through their respective rules, Mao...

Gorbachev’s Reforms Between 1985- 1991

The Soviet Union was in a state of turmoil during the period between 1985 and 1991. The elevation of Gorbachev to the position of secretary-general saw the turning point of communism in Russia (Reynolds, p. 19). However, there are underlying factors that made the Soviets decline slowly and finally collapse...

Features of Recovery of Japan After the World Wars

Introduction Japan like any other emerging economies of the mid-19th century was hard hit by the world wars. The far-reaching effects of the war on the social-political and economic development progress were hardly felt by the country especially after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings that marked her defeat in the...

Impacts of Apartheid in South Africa

Introduction Apartheid is an inseparable part of South African history, and its legacies continue to be palpable nowadays. This paper is aimed at discussing the political, economic, and social impacts of apartheid policies, especially with the reference to the period which ranges from the late forties to the mid-seventies of...

Business and Economics: Vietnamese Women Business

Background Introduction Mapping out the gender dimension of entrepreneurship in order to assess the objective base of women’s entrepreneurial capability is a challenging task” (Carter, 2000). In the recent past, there have been quite a number of studies and debates comparing make and female owned businesses. As it is in...

Reagan and the End of the Cold War: Help or Hindrance

Introduction The end of the Cold War is widely considered to be a period when moral, economic and ethical consideration overruled ideological and cultural inheritance and thus saved the world from another World War. Historical and international studies correlate the end of the Cold War with the year 1989, the...

Relation Between Iran and America After 1979 Revolution

Introduction International relationships are critical for development of the world since these nations depend on each other for various reasons. Globalization process is causing more and more nations to be reliant on each other means in that the national boundaries are being ‘broken’ to create beneficial relationships. However, it’s been...

Hispanic Women in Education

Introduction The most recent data indicate that about 20% more Hispanic women than their male counterparts have attained college degrees (Harris, 2005). It’s no wonder more Hispanic women than men currently occupy senior positions in both public and private sectors within the United States. For example, majority of the most...

Kirkuk City: History and Development

Introduction This thesis will examine the prospects for democracy in modern Iraq through analyzing political developments in the city of Kirkuk. Using Kirkuk as a case study is useful because it exemplifies in microcosm, the numerous challenges the development and sustenance of democracy in Iraq. Iraq has faced challenges like...

Westernization of the Ottoman Empire

Introduction The Ottoman Empire was one of the largest royal domains established by the Turks in South-Eastern Europe. The Ottoman Empire lasted for nearly five centuries within which time it gained immense power and popularity. Under the administration of the sultan, the empire managed to conquer many territories. However, the...

Petroleum & International Relationships in 1945-2001

Introduction Petroleum is otherwise referred to as crude oil. It is a naturally occurring flammable and toxic liquid substance with high economic value1. Petroleum processing starts from exploration2 to hauling3. In terms of output, the largest oil products are the gasoline or petrol and fuel oil. It is also important...

Archival Strategies and Techniques in History

Introduction The domain of archiving is like many other disciplines prone to transformation particularly driven by the tremendous advancement entailing progression even in the fronts of technology as well emerging challenges and needs that are driving change in the way archiving has been done in contemporary history and archeological disciplines....