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01 Aug 2013

California traffic safety

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Traffic and traffic safety, especially in urban environments, tend to be at the forefront of most local government agencies. Statistically speaking, the numbers of accidents in an area are what drive the conclusions, decisions, and actions to be taken to better protect the population. Variables...

30 Jul 2013

Developing a cultural diversity training program

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

According to Kinicki and Kreitner, authors of the text Organizational Behavior, “Diversity represents the multitude of individual differences and similarities that exist among people. This definition underscores a key issue about managing diversity.” (Kinicki & Kreitner, 2009,...

26 Jul 2013

In order to rage against the machine- The extended addition! Directors cut!

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Adorno is clearly aware of the hold that capitalism and business have over art and many other forms of expression; forcing them (music, TV, literature) to adhere to the “standardization of mass production,” but he does not account for the more modern forms of expression that work within...

26 Jul 2013

Social politics of the plight of the woman

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Social politics is the process through which groups in various social structures make collective decisions. Social politics is influenced by various facets of the society such as religion, business, gender, academics and even sports. Social politics therefore encapsulate the attitudes, beliefs,...

25 Jul 2013

Women in Mathematics

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

The history of the world shows us that women have had an increasingly important role in our society. Women have always strived to attain equal stature with men and have been remarkable influential along the way. Hypatia (370-415) had a passion for knowledge. She could even be considered a...

16 Jul 2013

Angles in 2-D Shapes: A progressive overview

Case study - 16 pages - Educational studies

Williams, 2007) and may present difficulties to pupils who have a right brain hemispheric dominance (and so possibly have a predilection to more logical algebra and number topics) who struggle to think in a more creative, left-brained manner (Sperry, 1945 as cited in Cherry, 2011). Although there...

16 Jul 2013

To what extent do teachers support pupils to become confident individuals and responsible citizens by contributing to the wider life and ethos of the school?

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

There has been considerable debate in society of whether a teacher's role is a purely academic one or whether they have wider pastoral responsibilities in developing the children in a holistic sense so they become better people as well as being more intelligent. In the Government's recent white...

16 Jul 2013

Personal statement

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

To say that I have always been interested in European society would be a lie. However, my study of English Literature, European History, and the French language has aroused my enthusiasm for European culture. The French Revolution, for example, engages me as it is a milestone event that signifies...

15 Jul 2013

Understanding of school curriculum essay

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

The term curriculum is extremely ambiguous although the most fundamental definition is that it is a pre-prepared formal programme of study which pupils within a school follow (Haydon 2009 pg 353, Butt 2009 pg 360), although there are numerous other important aspects to it....

12 Jul 2013

My philosophy of education

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Education is a process of giving or receiving systematic instructions throughout school and college life. I believe that education is a personal experience for an individual, who seeks to learn something new. Education changes the lifestyle of children, who enter the class room. The learning...

12 Jul 2013

Western civilization

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

It is very difficult to say when the Middle Ages began because some historians said that Middle Ages started in AD476 when Western Roman Empire demolished where as some historians said that it started in AD410 when Alaric sacked Rome. But most of the people say Middle Ages started in AD 500 and...

12 Jul 2013

How to apply for a PhD in Criminology and Sociology

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

The team at Kingston University can offer expert PhD supervision across the range of sub-disciplines that comprise contemporary Criminology and Sociology. Our research areas include: Cybercrime; child abuse and trauma studies; victimology; communities and social space; young people and youth...

11 Jul 2013

Healthy eating

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Health is the most important aspect of living. Various people have different notions about a healthy diet, according to the place where they live and the kind of food available for them to eat. In this paper, the aspect of healthy eating and to what extent is the community indulging in healthy...

11 Jul 2013

Why your boyfriend thinks something is wrong?

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

Anyone who's ever been in a relationship knows that arguments are a natural part of being together, yet many people don't understand where arguments stem from or why at times your significant other thinks something is wrong when nothing at all is. How do they sense these things or come to these...

11 Jul 2013

Benefits of capitalism and inequality of social classes based on Carnegie's argument in "The Gospel of Wealth"

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

In 1848 Karl Marx wrote his Communist Manifesto in which he defined his creation of two social classes known as the bourgeoisie and the proletariats. These consisted of the wealthy and owners of factories, the bourgeoisie, and the rest of the public, who had no money, known as the proletariats....

11 Jul 2013

Search and seizure simulation and report

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

When writing a police report on a situation such as this one must first consider all of the primary components of a typical report before diving into the context of the situation itself. Frazee describes an accurate report as including the who, what when, where, why and how as well as the...

11 Jul 2013

Use of force simulation response

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

As a new supervisor in the above situation I might be experiencing a few key problems which are contributing to such behavior amongst my staff. As a new supervisor I have yet to gain any respect towards my authority and thus it is being represented in my staff's adherence to the rules I set as...

11 Jul 2013

Continental drift and tectonic plates

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

The theory of continental drift has been around for quite a while. Yet many people do not fully understand the concept. Some believe that in one fell swoop the continents all separated instantaneously and for no apparent reason other than that they did it. Others believe it had something to do...

11 Jul 2013

Greenhouse gases and long term global effects

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Over the last few years there has been much talk in the news and government about topics such as global warming and greenhouse gases. Yet, how much do we really know about such things? Definitions of these complicated topics are hard to come by and specific consequences are even harder. In this...

11 Jul 2013

Evolution and its theories

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

There are dozens of theories to be had on evolution and its existence. However, there are far fewer about the rate of evolution and how this came to be. Specifically two theories have been created throughout the centuries by some of the greatest scientists of all time, Charles Darwin and Eldridge...

10 Jul 2013

How valid were Third World criticisms of international economy between 1945 and 1991?

Case study - 6 pages - Educational studies

With the end of the Second World War in 1945 came the reconstruction and development of the global economy via such pillars of multilateralism as the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the World Bank (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). At this point I must specify that the...

10 Jul 2013

Has Chinese legalism been successfully applied?

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

The Warring States Period (453-221 BCE) in China was a time of great social chaos and political volatility. It was from this soil of turmoil that Chinese Legalism germinated and grew, amidst a general flowering of new ideologies. These ideologies, amongst which we find Confucianism and Taoism in...

10 Jul 2013

Essay on the Vietnamese language, Quoc ngu

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

Right was the Vietnamese mandarin-scholar Pham Quynh on so many levels when he declared, “A nation exists by means of language; when language exists, the nation cannot disappear.” When, in the seventeenth century, the Vietnamese language, or quoc ngu, was first elaborated by Catholic...

10 Jul 2013

"Iron and Blood". To what extent does this phrase sum up German unification?

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

In an address to the Prussian Parliament on 30 September 1862, Bismarck made an important statement: “Not by means of speeches and majority verdicts will the great decisions of the time be made—that was the great mistake of 1848 and 1849—but by iron and blood…” The...

10 Jul 2013

How far do you agree with the view that "the Soviet Union expanded into Europe because of the desire to acquire superpower status"?

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

By the middle of 1944, the Soviet Union's Red Army was on the offensive and was pushing the Germans firstly out of the USSR, then out of Eastern Europe. When the governments in the Eastern European countries collapsed one after another with the departure of the German forces, there were left...

09 Jul 2013

Socio-cultural movements in India

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

There is no definition of art or nation that does not quickly become problematic in the Indian context, and this is indicative of the complexity of the issues at hand when we ask: in what ways do art and literature help in nation-building in India? Definitions are still manageable in the case of...

09 Jul 2013

Recurring elements of Judeo-Christian and Islamic belief systems

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Many believe that Judeo-Christianity and Islamic beliefs are highly differential. In fact, all stem from the same basic stories and ideologies as well as geographical location. Not only were all born in the herat of the Middle East but many of the tales told as part of their sacred morals and...

09 Jul 2013

Mesopotamian skull preservation and identity

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

The Mesopotamians were an Ancient Egyptian culture settled on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers around 5000 B.C. Their settlement changed the pace of society as the world knew if from a nomadic hunting and gathering society to a settled agricultural superpower in which towns and city...

09 Jul 2013

Pain management

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

There are multiple aspects of pain management. Bioethics plays a major role in pain management. Several methods used identify bioethics when dealing with pain management. Stem cell research is an exemplification of this. Through a specific case studied the relation of bioethics to pain management...

09 Jul 2013

Rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

There are several leaders that erected over the course of time. Many of these leaders were great thinkers. Others maintained the ability to lead others through action. Napoleon Bonaparte was a rare leader with the capacity to lead through both mediums. There were only a few individuals from...