Abortion

Introduction Abortion is defined as the termination of the life of a fetus while still in the mother’s womb. The practice is not a new phenomenon in human life since many contemporary societies engaged in it in the past. Women have been in record for making decisions to carry out abortions or experiencing it under […]

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Social Construct of Codes

Green building advancement dates back to the late nineteenth century when it started with the concepts of environmental conservation and preservation, and public health protection. The idea at that time was opposed because the public felt that it contradicted social norms that defined how a private home should be constructed for the good of the […]

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Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault was a famous and influential French philosopher. He was the leading individual who changed the idea of human body being a biological or physiological figure to a concept of sociology. He managed to change people’s mentality in the sense that the society normal or ordinary state of thinking and people’s perceptions changed significantly. […]

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Analysis of books “Half the Sky How to Change the World”, “Gulliver’s travel” and “1984”

Introduction This paper is based on the books Half the Sky How to Change the World, Gulliver’s travel and 1984. Half the Sky How to Change the World is written by two former New York Times journalists (Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl Wudunn). Gulliver’s travel and 1984 are written by Jonathan Swift and George Orwell respectively. […]

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The Abolitionist Movement

Introduction The Abolitionist movement remains one of the most popular objects of historical analysis. Surrounded by political and social controversies, the Abolitionist movement exemplified the triumph of the new racial mentality and a call to end slavery in America. Needless to say, the abolition of slavery was the turning point in the history of America. […]

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Article critique on team building

Introduction Team building as a strategy for improving employees’ performance has been source of concern among many scholars and practitioners since each of them attempt to develop the best strategies for promoting team work (Dyer, Dyer & Dyer, 2007). A recent journal article by Lindeke and Sieckert (2008) entitled Nurse-Physician Workplace collaboration: Team-development Strategies which […]

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Neorealism and Traditional Realism

Overview of Neorealism In the 1980s, there were emerging debates especially in the field of international relations focusing on world politics. Kenneth Waltz is credited for coming up with the Theory of International politics whose main focus is to initiate international theories of a scientific nature that have elicited the debate which has been witnessed […]

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Savannah technical college

Savannah technical college is an American private institution that focuses on advancements of persons, employers and social groups in the areas of education, economic, labor through training based on market needs. The savannah technical college is run through financial aid provided by savannah technical foundation in addition to about one-third support from Georgia government. The […]

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Disability Misconceptions

Misconception is defined as a mistaken notion about something or someone. Disability is lack of ability to handle a certain responsibility in the manner that is expected for a normal person. Some forms of disabilities are either permanent or just transitory in nature. Most of the time, people have been limited to handle some challenging […]

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The Battle of the Alamo

Introduction The Alamo battle is a historical event that marked Texas revolution. In the early 19th century, tension begun to grew between Texans and Mexicans when Mexican president Santa Anna increased his imperial powers and planned to conquer and rule Texas. Alarmed by his imperial powers, federalists in Texas revolted and rebelled against Santa Anna […]

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