Sociology

Linguistic Politeness: Gender Differences

Introduction Language, culture and communication are deeply interrelated phenomena. Language can be defined as a system of linguistic signs and symbols that has a major purpose of supporting human interactions, self-expression, and information exchange. Nevertheless, the latter is not the only function of language. As noted by Kirch (1973), “language...

Marxist Anthropology: Analysis and Critique

There are many different theoretical perspectives, or paradigms, in anthropology that view events from a variety of viewpoints. Each one tries to find specific reasoning behind the formation of social groups and traditions, such as the fulfillment of a specific function or the universal need to follow a particular structure....

Social Theories Related to Community Trauma and Gang Violence

When analyzing the reasons why adolescents from poor communities who have experienced trauma engage in gang violence, it is crucial to look at the problem through the lens of social theories. There is a variety of frameworks that might be useful to investigate the research question, but some of them...

The Evolving Role of HBCUs in Resolving Racial Tensions

Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played a prominent role in the advancement of Black social progress and racial conciliation in higher education in the USA, as well as in the lives of Americans. HBCUs have employed education as a “vehicle” for fighting against racial bias and other types...

Volunteering on Migrant Integration in Finland

Introduction The growing global displacement is increasing pressures on several countries, service suppliers, and resources as they seek to provide integration of migrants. As shown in Europe and North America, there has been a rapid growth of humanitarian migrants and an unparalleled outpouring of public assistance (Baert and Vujić, 2016;...

Incarceration Rates for Racial & Ethnic Minorities

Introduction The population of prisoners in the United States has been on the increase since the early 1970s with millions of people being jailed at present. This growth has not been proportional for all races and ethnicities. In fact, some observations of the minorities are more than the white population....

Ethical Issues of Sponsorships for Museums

Abstract The general objective of this study was to determine the ethical issues of sponsorships for museums. In line with the general objective, the study examined the following specific objectives: to determine the effectiveness of business ethics on sponsorships of museums, to determine the level of integrity in the management...

Teenage Suicide: The Silent Killer of the Youth

Introduction Suicide is a major silent killer of the youth in the society. According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, teenage suicide is the third leading cause of death in young people between the age of 15 and 24 years. It is an increasingly growing health concern...

Gender Bias in the U.S. Family Law System

History of Gender Bias in Family Law Gender bias in American family law can be traced back to the laws of ancient Rome (Gallo, 2004) which embraced patria potestas that granted men superior legal and social position compared to females. Women and children were considered as property of men who...

People With Disabilities in Independent Republic of Kosovo

Current structure of government in Kosovo On February 17, 2008, Kosovo declared itself as a sovereign and independent state and new constitution of Kosovo was introduced on June 15 2008. Despite the fact of the above, both Russia and Serbia still have not recognized independence of Kosovo and raising their...

Humanitarian Intervention Between Theory and Application

Introduction Humanitarian intervention can be described as a new principle in international legal system but it is an ancient phenomenon. It has now become a part of the positive international law and being employed as a mechanism to prevent use of force towards gullible mankind around the world. The humanitarian...

Cultural Competence in Multicultural Environment

Introduction Addressing conflicts efficiently is a crucial skill that one must possess in order to advance in any environment, be it business-, education-, or leisure-related. In this context, the significance of understanding the peculiarities and unique characteristics of other cultures cannot possibly be doubted. Therefore, creating an environment that encourages...

Cultural Competence in Multicultural Environment

Introduction Addressing conflicts efficiently is a crucial skill that one must possess in order to advance in any environment, be it business-, education-, or leisure-related. In this context, the significance of understanding the peculiarities and unique characteristics of other cultures cannot possibly be doubted. Therefore, creating an environment that encourages...

Pop Culture and Its Influence on Sexual Behavior in Black Communities

Introduction The focus of this research is based on a study of the popular culture, and how this culture, which has so strongly drawn the African American youths, may have had an impact on the perceptions and attitudes of the said group of Americans, with regard to their expression of...

Family Violence Carrying Over ‘Intergenerationally’

Introduction Statement of The Problem Having read through several research articles and other materials this researcher has discovered that witnessing violence in the family leads to several psychological problems in later life and adulthood. A pattern is seen whereby children who grow up in abusive homes turn out to be...

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Methods in Foreign Countries

Introduction Substance abuse has long been one of the major concerns for practitioners and psychotherapists. A great number of research works have been dedicated to the study of this affliction and strategies of overcoming it. There is no universal approach to this problem and many treatment methods have been developed....

The Financial Rewards and Losses of Addictive Disorders

Introduction “Addiction is a disease in and of itself, characterized by compulsion, loss of control, and continued use despite adverse consequences” (Coombs, 2004, p.5). In addition, the important phase is the loss of control, in which, though the addicted person can control the use for a short period, but the...

Social Innovation for Advancement of Societies

Introduction Innovation forms an important tool for the advancement of societies throughout the world. The creation of new and socially innovative products and services not only promotes people’s living standards but also presents them with life-improving opportunities. For instance, successful innovations in the field of medicine have led to better...

Gender Inequality in Higher Education

Introduction As a component of human capital, education is an important indicator of a country’s global competitiveness. Education represents influential factor that determines the direction and prospects of the economic, political, and cultural development of society. It acts as an important tool for empowering people, the basis for the formation...

The Influence of the Media on Teenager Behavior

Introduction Nowadays, researchers are inclined to discuss media violence as one of the main causes of young people’s aggressive behavior observed in modern society. Thus, the violent media content related to social media, television, movies, online videos, and games is viewed as the cause of the increased aggression in young...

The Social Work Ethics Audit: A Risk Management Strategy

Introduction Over the years, a greater focus on ethical concerns by social workers in refugee environments has been on the increase. In addition, contemporary studies contend that ethics are invaluable in managing risks. In other words, attempts have been made to minimize the expenses arising from settings as well as...

Code of Ethics of National Association of Social Workers

Introduction In this paper, I will present my ethical audit analysis, ethical risks involved and an effective action plan to deal with all related ethical dilemmas. I am an upcoming faculty member in the school of social work, Kuwait University. I intend to research in the future, but I have...

Social Workers’ Educational Background Contributes to Administration Work

Introduction Education and proficiency are part of the major professional requirements in several organizations, with companies considering these professional aspects as sources for their triumph (Hughes & Avey, 2010). Modern organizations have come to the awareness that education is becoming an imperative aspect for workers, as it enables them to...

Domestic Workers Rights in Kuwait

There are mMany issues get involved with the rights of foreign bornregarding domestic workers’ rights in Kuwait. In this This paper my main focus is on highlighting some of the intended and unintended effects of the policies made in Kuwait for domestic workers. is highlighting the issues faced by domestic...

Black on Black Suppression

Introduction The United States is one of the nations where racial discrimination has been a common practice for a very long time. However, there has been a concerted effort in this society to fight this vice. This country is composed of people of different races. Many people from other nations...

Migrant Workers in Malaysia and the Hope for the New Life

Introduction: The Hope for the New Life as a Means to Support the Malaysian Migrant Workers When people migrate to a different state, they have to face new environment, new rules and new problems. Because of the lack of cohesion among the migrant workers in Malaysia, the migrants are facing...

The Concept of Race: Social Science

Nowadays, it has become a commonplace practice among social scientists to claim that the concept of race is nothing but a ‘social construct’, which is why it does not constitute much of a scientific value. As Arnesen pointed out: “One common denominator of most race studies is a core belief...

Water Resources and Water Quality Problems in Sabah

Human Development in Rural Sabah Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia. It covers an area of about 74,000 sq kilometers (Sedia, 2012, p. 1). Sabah harbors about 3,117,405 people (as of 2010 statistics) (Thiessen, 2012). Statisticians consider it as the third most populous state in Malaysia. About 27%...

Sex Segregation in Higher Education

Al-Saif (2013) and Wiseman (2008) say sex segregation in education refers to the isolation of people according to their sex. This term is synonymous to gender apartheid because some people see sex segregation as sexual discrimination (Herscovitch 2007). Sex segregation is not only a contentious issue in education because even...

Gender and International Division of Labor

Introduction In an effort to explain how production of goods and services in developing countries would result from getting materials from developed nations, system theorists became the first scholars to apply the concept of division of labor and specialization in macroeconomics. Starting with Adam Smith, the founder of modern capitalism,...

Saudi Arabia: Gender Roles and Human Rights

Globally, people know Saudi Arabia for its rich oil reserves and its symbolic religious cities (Mecca and Medina) (House 2007, p. 1). Abdulaziz Alsaud founded the modern Saudi Arabian kingdom in 1932. The Kingdom forms the largest country in the Arab peninsula because it covers about 2,149,690 square kilometres (CDSI...

Naval Intelligence in the Colombian Conflict

Context Colombia has been going through many internal and international conflicts. In most of these, the role of naval intelligence is a constant. In the latest conflicts, the Colombian government has faced the threat of the guerrilla arms of the Colombian communist party that are opposed to the United States...

Customer Relationship Management in the Business

Introduction Competition in the international market has intensified, and companies have been required to establish strategies to achieve competitive advantage. Businesses are experiencing many challenges today than in the past because the world has accepted open market systems. The challenges are experienced by the government institutions and non-governmental institutions. With...

Growth and Vulnerabilities in Microfinance

Introduction Microfinance refers to the kind of banking service offered to the people with no jobs, low income earners or to people with little access to the financial services. In other words, Microfinance is a combination of many financial services aimed at people earning low income. As a result of...

Ethnic Minorities and the Graduate Labour Market

Introduction The ethnic minority groups in the United Kingdom (UK) comprise mainly of the South Asians, Black-Caribbean, Black Africans, Chinese and other ethnic groups who are immigrants from the New Commonwealth. South Asian people make up the highest percentage of the ethnic minorities with Indians being the largest group (Owen,...

What Is Ideology & History and How Does It Affect

Background information Ideologically, history studies the socio-economic, cultural, and religious activities of the past. This enables individuals to gain full knowledge of the past incidences to shape their future. For instance, people use historical concepts as guiding principles in decision-making. This claim is supported by McNeil, Marchak, and Zinn in...

Unconscious Racism

Introduction Unconscious racism can be described as an implicit bias that arises from an accumulation of unconscious thoughts which unknowingly leads people to discriminate against each other along racial lines (Blanton & Jaccard, 2008). These forms of implicit biases can have the same devastating effects as those of explicit biases....

Women’s Motivations in the Field of Corrections

Problem Statement There can be no possible doubt that the number of women in the field of corrections has increased considerably, and at present, women are taking places that are typically considered to be the job for men, as Elsner (2006) explains. According to the American Society of Criminologists (2011),...

Gender and Diversity Roles in Leadership

Concerning human beings, diversity refers to the physical and behavioral variation that defines their personality. A myriad of characteristics defines each person’s particular and unique personality. Gender, emotional stability, level of intelligence, and physical appearance are some of the factors that determine the personality of an individual (Judge, 2009). A...

Unpaid Labor and Women’s Compliance at Workplace

During the middle of the 19th century, when feminist activities were at their peak, several scholars and psychologists were against the idea of giving women the same rights and privileges as men. They argued whether women were basically similar to men or different from them. The main contention was on...

Technological Applications in Protection of Privacy

Problem Statement Privacy is one of the fundamental human rights that need to be protected in whatever profession one is involved in (O’Brien & Chantler, 2003; Waldo, Lin & Millett, 2007). Respecting the clients’ rights is one of the ethical values that social workers uphold all the time (O’Brien &...

Fraud and Scientific Misconduct in Social Work Education

Abstract The aim of the research will be to examine the effects of fraud and scientific misconduct on social work education and practice. Additionally, 80 participants will be selected randomly from the social work profession to answer the study questionnaires. Besides, the results will also reveal the effects of fraud...

Social Workers’ Managerial and Administrative Capabilities in Social Work Administration

Introduction The past decade has seen mounting interest in trying to understand the role of a social worker in management. As such, professional development has become an urgent necessity in the domain of social administration, with a steadily increasing adjustments and violations of business management and general administration being enforced...

Personal Standards for Choosing a Spouse

Discussion Expected Findings The expected finding of the study is that there are significant differences in personal standards for choosing a spouse between students in KU and UK. The differences in the personal standards are due to cultural factors that influence perceptions of students in the two universities. Comparative analysis...

The Right for Saudi Arabian Women to Drive Car: Challenges and Implication

Abstract The role of women in the Muslim cultures and societies has been of very little importance as they are considered minors and do not possess any independent identity away from their male relatives. The monopoly of male theologians and jurists in Middle Eastern Society is liable for the most...

Assessing Social Workers’ Managerial and Administrative Capabilities

Research Methodology This section will give a precise description of the whole research exercise. The research aims at measuring and testing the social workers’ perceptions of the management and administrative skills. The educational background, age, gender, educational institution and years of experience of each of the social workers are studied...

Assessing Managerial and Administrative Capabilities of Social Workers

Introduction The past decade has seen mounting interest in trying to understand the role of a social worker in management. As such, professional development has become an urgent necessity in the domain of social administration, with a steadily increasing adjustments and violations of business management and general administration being enforced...

Concepts of Justice, Ethics and Social Equity

Introduction This section analyzes the concepts of justice and social equity. In the process, the section further provides explanations of the two concepts. In addition, the section presents some examples of threats to the concepts. The last part of the section shows the relationship between the two concepts of justice...

Utilitarian Theory, Human Rights and Organizational Inequities

Introduction This essay is divided into two parts. The first part discusses issues of utilitarian theory and human rights, while the second part deals with issues of organizational inequities. The last part of this essay provides a conclusion on the discussions that have been tackled in both parts. Utilitarian Theory...

Cooper’s Ethical Decision-Making Model and the Concept of Human Rights

Introduction In the public sector, ethics deals with the basic premise of public administration (Menzel, 2012). In this case, ethics can be defined as the moral rationalization for decisions and actions made in the process of undertaking daily duties (Menzel, 2012). In most cases, ethics matters a lot during the...

Origin of Adverse Fan Behavior and Habits

Introduction Incidents such as the November 23, 2002 fan riot when the Buckeyes (Ohio State University) defeated the wolverines (University of Michigan) is but one of the numerous examples of adverse fan behavior that occur after and even during game day. Examples of such behavior come in the form of...

Workplace Gender Compensation Discrimination – Dollar General Corp

Introduction For several decades, the urge to provide a sustainable working environment with enhanced corporate social accountability has been the greatest challenge for corporate managers; however, workplace discrimination has steadily been augmenting (Grey-Bowen & McFarlane, 2010). While modern managers seem to impose corporate policies that curb social discrimination at workplaces...

The Role of Parents in Underage Alcohol Use and Abuse

Introduction Underage drinking and alcohol consumption is increasingly becoming a major problem in today’s society. The number of young and underage alcohol consumers is growing by the day (Pedersen & Soest, 2013). Individuals serving and selling the drinks to young consumers are mainly blamed for this problem. However, it appears...

Potential Ethical Issues in Organization?

Introduction Research has revealed numerous ethical issues that surround action research process in organizations. Coghlan and Brannick (2014) point out that ethics is a cornerstone for effective action research. Hilsen (2006) confirms that a meaningful action research in every organization requires scrutinized ethical procedures. In other words, there are conceptual,...

Ethical Issues with Subprime Loans

Introduction In the contemporary changing business environment, lenders face numerous ethical issues when dealing with different clients. The 2008 financial crisis started with unethical and poorly regulated subprime mortgages. Subprime loan is a “type of loan that is offered at a rate above prime to individuals who do not qualify...

Regional Integration Impact on Trade and Human Migration in Central Africa

Introduction to the Study Adepoju (2002) and other researchers have studied the current literature on CEMAC, which shows a gap in knowledge because few studies have attempted to examine the impact of regional integration on trade and human migration at the local level among the Central African states. Studies by...

Relationship Between Grade Point Average and IQ Scores

Introduction This study investigates the relationship between Grade Point Average (GPA) and IQ scores among ninth graders. A random sample of 40 ninth graders aged 14 years old was selected. An educator administered Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fourth Edition (WISC-IV). WISC-IV includes a Full Scale IQ comprising of verbal comprehension,...

Evaluate the Price of Unethical Behavior

Introduction Societal mores form a crucial aspect of human existence. They make a critical distinction between the human race and other animals. While other members of the animal kingdom exist in an amoral world that knows neither ethical nor moral standards, the human race is not as lucky or unlucky....

Immigration Policies Affecting the Success of Immigrants in United States and Canada

Introduction Immigration is the act of moving from one’s country of birth to another country to settle. Immigration is a great economic aspect that helps in filling openings in the labor market and increasing economic growth in the host countries. Although locals would feel threatened that the skilled immigrants would...

Funding for Residential Services for Adults With Intellectual Disabilities

Need Statement, Goals, and Objectives Need Statement Approximately 6.5 million people in the United States have intellectual disabilities, which are the most common type of developmental disability (“What is intellectual disability?” 2017). For decades, it has been recognized that the needs of people with disabilities primarily encompass the creation of...

Outreach Advocacy Center and Homelessness in Atlanta

Introduction Promoting change in a community is a challenging task that requires the integration of strong values, efficient leadership, and a coherent strategy. Aimed at addressing the problem of homelessness in Atlanta, the Central Outreach Advocacy Center has made a significant change to the specified community, being independent from its...

Leader Roles and Effectiveness

Introduction Dialogue and reflective dialogue entail reflecting with others using language. On the other hand, leadership is a democratic approach that encompasses ‘leaderful’ practice, which contains humanistic principles. There must be a change agent in all leadership practices. In the same way, the agent is a coach in the realm...

Recent Victory of Gay Marriage Proponents

Observation Despite the recent breakthrough in the perception of homosexual people, which the movement for the rights of the specified denizens of the U.S. population had spawned, the process of providing the LGBT community with their irrefutable rights is still hampered by a range of factors from religious ones to...

Substance Abuse: Counseling Critical Issue

Introduction Substance abuse is a critical issue in the field of counseling as it cuts across all sections of society and affects all people in the affected societies in one way or another. In many states, substance abuse stands out as the most prevalent health problem leading to an array...

Racial Tensions in Contemporary America

Introduction The United States has struggled with the issue of inclusion and equality for centuries. The past two and a half centuries witnessed the proliferation of organized or spontaneous riots in American communities (Monti Patterns of Violence 43). Although these sporadic incidences waned after the 1960s’ urban unrest, the recent...

Women in the Clothing Industry in Saudi Arabia

Methodology The methodology will focus on many aspects in the process of collecting data, the site selection, sample and population, data encoding, and much more. The goal is to collect reliable data that can be added and compared with existing literature. Human beings always can commit mistakes and errors which...

Ethical Standards in Scientific Research

Introduction Any research needs to be conducted with respect to certain criteria that are acceptable within the discipline in which the study is executed. Researchers have to consider ethical issues in their study designs. In a research design, ethics implies compliance with acceptable research standards. Moral principles are taken care...

Ethnic Minority Group Investigation: Mexican Americans

Introduction For the present investigation, the Mexican American group was chosen. Nowadays, their population amounts to 11% of the total population of the US (United States Census Bureau, 2016). Consequently, being familiar with their culture appears important, especially for an educator and healthcare professional like myself. Furthermore, despite being of...

Drug Use Differences Among Student Athletes

Introduction Many physicians, parents and coaches worry about the effect of performance enhancing drugs (PED) in schools and colleges (Amy, n.d.). The Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) reports that in every thirty student-athletes, one will use performance-enhancing drugs like steroids (“Coalition addresses abuse of performance-enhancing drugs,” 2004). Research should...

Helping People to Overcome Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Scenario 1: Report The client under discussion is a 37-year-old White man who is a homeless person, and he does not have any job. The main activity of this person is begging. The client regularly consumes a fifth of liquor a day, and he also smokes opiate hashish with a...

Communication During Disaster Response

Abstract Organizations are equally susceptible to unpredictable situations that lead to a business crisis. Although such harm may be impossible to eliminate, there is a need for governments, companies, and individuals to be prepared. Where an emergency or disaster occurs, a need arises for a prompt response from emergency responders....

Volunteers’ Role During Disasters

Abstract This study focuses on the place of volunteers in enhancing the role of emergency responders during disasters. The research reveals that volunteers play an important role in providing necessary support services that help in making emergency response efforts easier and successful. However, according to the existing literature, if not...

Joanna’s Drinking and Drug Abuse Problems: Case Study

Introduction Joanna Smith (the name of the client is changed) is a 27-year-old White female who suffers from substance abuse and has a drinking problem. Joanna complains of the impossibility to start her day without several low-alcohol drinks or cocktails and without smoking marijuana. The client lives alone in a...

Addiction Treatment Planning: Case Study

Introduction The client under discussion is a 39-year-old White male patient who reports drinking beer and other alcoholic beverages four and more times per week. In order to develop an effective treatment plan for this client, it is necessary to analyze the results of such assessments as the Addiction Severity...

Training Workbook on Using the Addiction Severity Index

Introduction The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) as a tool for measuring the severity of alcohol and drug addiction in adult patients can be used by community health workers for the assessment of representatives of ethnically and culturally diverse groups. In order to achieve the assessment goals, it is important to...

Gender Equality in Higher Education

Gender inequality is an important concern for various workplace settings all over the world (Jayachandran, 2015; Thébaud, 2015), and higher education institutions are no exception (Clauset, Arbesman, & Larremore, 2015; Duong, Wu, & Hoang, 2017). The present study suggests investigating this topic by introducing the perspectives of the people who...

List of Privileges and Ways I Have Experienced and Demonstrated Racism

Key Concepts Race and ethnicity are the more or less objective terms that describe specific groups of people: the former is based on physical characteristics, and the latter can be used to unite individuals depending on cultural features and nationality (Clark, Anderson, Clark, & Williams, 1999; Fitzgerald, 2017). Identity is...

Rhetorical Analysis of Come September by Arundhati Roy

The modern life does not stop striking one with injustice and cruelty that happens in the world. Some are silently observing what is going on around them; others take some stand and become outrageous supporters of their views. As writer’s role in most general sense presupposes a firmness of one’s...

Aged Care Workers’ Burnout in New South Wales

Introduction Caregiver burn out is defined as the physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion state accompanied by attitude change (McWilliam, et al., 2003). The attitude often changes from positive caring behaviors to negative care behaviors. Caregivers often feel guilty when they spend time away from the elderly person’s bestowed to their...

Essential Elements of Ethnography

Ethnography is one of the frequently used research methods in different fields, including education, medicine, health care, and management. Its distinctive feature is the possibility to learn the world from the point of view of direct participants and social relationships that they can develop. In this paper, an article written...

Gender Equality in Higher Education

Gender inequality has been persistent despite the multiple efforts at reducing it that were implemented at various levels from international to local. Among other fields, gender inequality is an important concern for various workplace settings all over the world (Jayachandran, 2015; Thébaud, 2015), and higher education institutions are no exception...

Human Trafficking: Hidden Horror of Sex Trade

Child slavery and prostitution in Georgia Human trafficking has been a major issue in the US, especially in Atlanta. Human trafficking is a justice issue because young girls and boys who become victims of human trafficking are not at random. However, they are part of our society driven into sexual...

Domestic Abuse and Forgiveness

Introduction Domestic violence against women includes physical assaults, sexual assaults, emotional abuse, isolation, threats, intimidation, financial control, and many other forms (Williamson, 2010). Domestic violence can lastingly damage a woman’s self-confidence, self-respect, self-esteem, and social and family life. However, it is important to note that men, while often the perpetrators...

High Education Gender Discrimination in Administration

Introduction The choice of the methodology is an important step that has to be taken in any research. This study will be based on a qualitative type of methodology that will be employed to achieve research goals. The purpose of the research study is to explore gender discrimination as an...

Gender Inequality in Higher Education

Statement of the Problem The changes in higher education based on the existing gender inequalities and rights are frequently discussed by researchers worldwide. Many transformations have already been used to improve the systems of education in different countries (Hadjar & Gross, 2016). However, there are also the activities the consideration...

Personal Cultural Identity Development

Introduction Personal identity can be roughly described as “a sense of self” which is constructed “about and for” oneself and used in interactions with other people (Kim, 2012, p. 100). This identity can be connected to racial, ethnic, and cultural identities, which affect groups and are related to the perception...

Freedom of Expression and Religion

The United States Constitution is one of the most important documents that determine the rights of all citizens in the country. It protects human freedoms, provides appropriate government, and place necessary limitations to support control and order. The U.S. Constitution consists of several important amendments in terms of which fundamental...

Children of Addicts Issue Review

Introduction Studies have indicated that both genetic and environmental causes of addiction have severe effects to children living with addicted parents. Many children around the world are alcoholic, most of them aged below 18 years. This figure might even triple in case those affected by parents impaired by other drugs...

Through the Eyes of the Homeless’ by SImply Phillip Brown

Introduction First of all, it is essential to restate the immense importance of the homeless vulnerable population’s problems. One can hardly doubt that the amount of these issues is considerably vast, and their nature is not limited by health disparities. From the previous papers on the topic, it is evident...

White Australia Policy and Its Effect on Aboriginals

Foucault explained that power is everywhere; it can be seen in social institutions and predominant ideologies too. In this paper, through the power knowledge theory, it will be argued that the White Australia Policy was designed to safeguard the well being of the white community and destroy the indigenous community....

Principals’ Leadership Practices and Characteristics as Predictors of Bullying

Abstract The aim of the study is to determine whether principals’ leadership practices and characteristics influence bullying in schools. Bullying in schools has resulted to injuries and deaths on students and has always remained a matter of concern for school principals, teachers and parents besides other people. Principals however have...

“When Altruism Isn’t Moral” by Sally Satel: Article Analysis

Introduction Main Issues of the Article Some people cannot help but continue believing in the power of altruism and human intentions to help each other and involve their unselfish behavior (What is altruism, n.d.). Some researchers and philosophers put the idea of altruism under a question and prove that altruism...

Critical Action Learning: Workplace-Based Case

Introduction The present paper is devoted to the critical action learning (CAL) that was carried out to resolve a workplace-based issue related to the development of organizational ethics in a multinational organization. It provides the background to the case, problematizing process description, a literature review on the issue, the definition...

Ethics for Successful Entrepreneurship

Introduction When creating a dissertation, candidates conduct doctoral research, which allows them to make a contribution to the field. This paper tends to prove that it is significant for the success of the work to be prepared according to the ethical principles. It includes the information that reveals how to...

Evaluation of Presentations

“Beyond the Fence: When Offenders Become Victims” by Arica Sharlow Prominent Features of the Presentation One of the most prominent features of the presentation is the author’s desire to raise awareness about the topic at hand. The vast majority of the modern population does not consider the issue of victimization...

Overview of Typical Test Result Sets: AUDIT, CAGE Questionnaire and DAST

Report on Sample One Results The abuse of drugs and other substances, as well as alcohol, is usually measured with the help of certain screening tools. The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT), the CAGE questionnaire, and the Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST) are typically applied for detecting individuals’ risky...

Saudi Females and Education

Literature Review Acquiring education has become more of a basic need than just a stage that one has to pass through while growing. The value of education can never be overemphasized as it literary affects all the faculties of life. To bring out this fact, the definition of education needs...

Myth of Nations: The Medieval Origins of Europe

Introduction Patrick Geary’s book, “The Myth of Nations: The Medieval Origins of Europe”, starts with exploring the current use of traditional ethnicity by European nationalists to further their political ambitions. It gives an expert and thought-through analysis of the circumstances under which myths on European identities were created and it...