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25 Feb 2016

Middle aged children development issues

Essay - 5 pages - Psychology

Conventionally, for individuals to succeed in life they ought to have achieved academically, flexibility and willingness both in college and in career and a positive behavior. Consequently, school counseling for the middle-aged aims at promoting and enhancing the success of pupils in future by...

25 Feb 2016

Community health needs assessment

Essay - 2 pages - Psychology

Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs) are a vital tool in identifying the most prioritized health needs of a community and aligning the required resources and partners to address this needs(Judith & Chere, 2013). A well-structured CHNAs will provide very valuable data to direct...

25 Feb 2016

Observation of various life stages

Essay - 2 pages - Psychology

The field of growth and progressacrossthe humanlifethat include physical, cognitive, intellectual, social, perceptual, personality and emotional growth is developmental psychology.(In Fiske.2010).This is important in order to understand how humans learn, mature and adapt. Life has various...

17 Nov 2015

The reliability of eyewitness testimony

Essay - 3 pages - Sociology

Eyewitness testimony refers to the statement given by a witness to an event, and is a major area of research in cognitive psychology but also has a major effect on criminological psychology, such as being asked to describe the appearance of a suspect, or a detailed account of what occurred...

17 Nov 2015

The social history of Halloween

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology

The Purpose of this book was to educate readers on the history of Halloween and where the practice came from. Foreman talks about where the history of Halloween comes from and the mix of Celtic beliefs and European folk traditions. It also shows the transformation of Halloween.

18 Sep 2015

Important theories in criminology - Why people commit crime

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology

Within criminology, it is quite significant to examine the reasons as to why individuals commit crime, in the continuing debate with regard to how to prevent as well as handle crime. There have been different theories emerging over the previous thirty years. Such theories are under exploration...

18 Sep 2015

Prisoners should admit guilt to get paroled

Essay - 3 pages - Sociology

Admittedly, correctional facilities in the United States are usually overcrowded. Most jails and prisons in the U.S. hold a larger number of incarcerated persons than their intended capacities. Despite the fact, courts still sentence persons to imprisonment. Invariably, the problem of overcrowded...

17 Sep 2015

Harmonization of gender based violence messages for use in IEC materials

Essay - 12 pages - Sociology

Gender-based violence is a global pandemic and human rights violation that hinders both individual and societal development. Furthermore, the prevailing socioeconomic and political inequalities between the sexes ensure that women and girls are most susceptible to violence. Global surveys...

17 Sep 2015

Cognitive Development Perspectives of Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky

Essay - 5 pages - Psychology

Teacher preparation with regard to teaching students is a very sensitive issue and there is need to consider the cognitive development perspectives of Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky. These two theorists provide different perspectives about young children's learning patterns, but they both have...

17 Sep 2015

College education issues : My struggle with anti intellectual

Essay - 2 pages - Educational studies

Paul Stoller's writing “My Struggle with Anti-Intellectual” is an encouragement to students on their need to think critically. According to the writer, the Huffington post readers responded furiously towards the writing. Charles Murray who is a scholar within the American Enterprise...

17 Sep 2015

Violent crime and its relationship to videos games and violent television shows

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology

There has been an influx in the number of Television shows and violent video games that different people in today's generation are being exposed to. With the current trends and lack of supervision from the parents and guardians on the content that the children access it has become utterly...

16 Sep 2015

The wellbeing of afghan refugees in Sweden

Dissertation - 65 pages - Psychology

It is traumatizing to become a refugee, not in the sense of insane, frantic or deranged, but in terms of feeling out of place, misplaced or a being cast off. The identity of refugee is narrowed to an Immigrant, delineated by the term category. The reality of a refugee is inverted the moment...

16 Sep 2015

Comparison of Lisa Rofel's Liberation Cohort and the Cultural Revolution Cohort

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology

The viewpoints of the women, regarding their place in society, in the different cohorts identified by Lisa Rofel differ significantly. The first two cohorts, the Liberation and Cultural Revolution, show the development of women from debased states to a place of advocacy. Essentially their views...

16 Sep 2015

Imperialism and Orientalism - Christianity and Islam

Essay - 3 pages - Sociology

Christianity and Islam have shared some commonalities since they have some beliefs that are similar and although the two may have shared some good relations and interaction the European Christians and the Middle Eastern Muslims have had their fair share of conflict and aggression in the past. In...

16 Sep 2015

The feminization of love : all about love

Essay - 3 pages - Sociology

Love and relationships are some of the most controversial and heavily discussed topics in the contemporary society today with some people citing it as an emotional attachment while others see it as the actions that people do for others. There is however the romantic aspect of love as people who...

16 Sep 2015

The diverse nature of psychology

Essay - 2 pages - Psychology

Psychology happens to be an area in science which concerns itself with people's minds as well as the behaviours which people exhibit. As a discipline, psychology is quite diverse. It implicates other areas of science widely as well as makes use of problems that are solvable to create knowledge to...

16 Sep 2015

Motivation at the workplace

Essay - 4 pages - Psychology

Employees are the most important part of an organizational structure since they shape the performance levels of an organization. In order to perform to their level best employees need to be properly motivated towards achieving the goals and vision of an organization. Employees are motivated by...

15 Sep 2015

Banning convertion therapy for the transgender youth

Essay - 6 pages - Psychology

Convertion therapy, which can also be expressed as convertion therapy tries to convert lesbians, gay, bisexual as well as transgender persons from same gender sex to heterosexuality by means of prayer as well as other efforts. The basis of reparative therapy is that the gender identity or sexual...

15 Sep 2015

The American mosque in transition

Essay - 3 pages - Sociology

Islam is one of the religions that is professed by Billions of people around the world instilling good principles and attributes among the Muslim faithful. It is a great religion to profess since it instills discipline and follows the rule of law as commanded in the Quran. It is also important to...

15 Sep 2015

Early childhood learning guidelines

Essay - 4 pages - Psychology

The United States is looking to streamline the different concepts in the learning environment with different States being encouraged to adopt practices that are in line with other states provided they are adoptable. The State of Minnesota is no different as it is looking to adopt the Division of...

09 Sep 2015

Student attitude about learning Arabic and English at the same time

Essay - 5 pages - Educational studies

English has been one of the subjects that have been in use in many countries for many years. However, the use of Arabic has been in the Middle-Eastern and North-African countries where it does not have as many people as the English language (Starks & Paltridge, 1996). Typically,...

08 Sep 2015

Sports development and governance in Russia

Essay - 5 pages - Sports

Governing bodies happen to be an integral part of the industry of sports. Whatever governing body happens to be organized in some manner that allows it to accomplish its specified mission within the surroundings in which it operates. There exists inherent change within this process since the...

29 Jul 2015

Children of divorce : annotated bibiliography

Book review - 3 pages - Psychology

When divorce hits a family, it creates existential anxiety that influences the Children's ability to adjust and cope with the world. Divorce is a difficult phase in a child's life that produces long-term implications of adjustment, well-being and relationships with others and with God. The risk...

24 Jul 2015

Adverse and positive effects of Video Games

Essay - 1 pages - Sociology

Children are vital part of the information age. Information is shared quicker today than ever before. This allows trends to prevail quicker than ever before as well. One phenomena that seemed to be a trend, is becoming an actual rite of passage for children. Video games are in almost every...

24 Jul 2015

A sociological phenomenon : racism

Essay - 1 pages - Sociology

Racism is an issue that has been perpetuated within American society. Minorities of all races have been subjected to the effects of the phenomenon within our country. However, the most publicized occurrences are against African Americans. The actuated racism against this group of Americans is...

24 Jul 2015

One biography of Auguste Comte (January 19, 1768 - September 5, 1857)

Essay - 1 pages - Sociology

One single individual did not start sociology. Instead, an array of founders help develop the field of study. The name, Auguste Comte, is one of the leading names associated with the founding of sociology. His contributions has caused him to be deemed the “Father of Sociology (Comte &...

24 Jul 2015

Charter schools and the future of public education

Essay - 2 pages - Educational studies

According to Karps analysis on the issue of charter school in relation to the role played by the public schools, he thinks that there are many devoted charter school educators who share the dream of schooling in a advanced, student-centered institute. And he also indicates that there are more...

24 Jul 2015

Evolution of public relations profession

Essay - 1 pages - Sociology

Technology continuously changes the way we interact with one another. Consequently, professional duties have been altered as well. Some positions require a completely different approach compared to the same position a few decades prior. Public Relations provides a unique example of this trend....

24 Jul 2015

Racial and beauty stereotypes

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology

Several debates will forever be etched in the history of America. One of the most defying debates surrounds beauty. It is often argued about in magazines, on television, and online. Despite the multiple debates, several stereotypes regarding beauty exist. The argument transcends multiple lines...

24 Jul 2015

Impact of Affordable Care Act on healthcare insurance benefits in Georgia school districts

Essay - 9 pages - Sociology

European Medical Universalism has been approach that has been adopted by the European Countries in the implementation of their medical strategies and interventions. Unlike the European counterparts the United States of America have adopted an approach commonly referred to as the social model. In...