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07 Jul 2015

Greek law

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

The Larissis and Others against Greece in 1998 shows an evolution of the case law on proselytism. Facts: three officers of the Greek army, a member of the Pentecostal Church and are convicted by a court of proselytizing the army. The Court takes the term "improper proselytism". Thus in paragraph...

07 Jul 2015

Tunisian government

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

According to Stefan Prins Sottiaux and Dajo, "it might have been better to make the first condition less strictly, so that only callers political parties systematically make use of illegal means can be prohibited." The Court E.D.H. talking serious violent offenses and refers to jihad. In...

13 Apr 2015

The American psychologist journal

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

Discourse communities are groups of people that use the same language to communicate. This language is usually specialist and thus leaves the other members of the general community out. For example, while reading an engineering paper, the reader has to have a dictionary if they are not a member...

08 Apr 2015

First Amendment Right for Anti- Muslim Video by Nakoula Basseley Nakoula

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

The-infamous film that allegedly insults and ridicules the Prophet Muhammad-Anti-Muslim video presumed to have been produced by and Egyptian-born Coptic Christian known as Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, sparked violent protests targeted at Western embassies across the Muslim and Arab world. The video...

08 Apr 2015

US Role in the Middle East

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

According to the Collins World Dictionary, stability refers to the quality or state of being stable, especially in resistance to deterioration, displacement, or change. It is the constancy of purpose, order, or character. Due to the vastness of energy resources, especially oil, in the Middle East...

24 Mar 2015

Social class - does it affect understanding of people's relationship with food and/or drink

Case study - 8 pages - Social sciences

A multi-national company is a company that has been formed to operate across known international physical boundaries (Cooke, 2003). These companies are often located to other international countries apart from the parent country in which it was originally founded. These multinational...

10 Mar 2015

Conflict between Israel and Palestine

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

The conflicts between Jews and Arabs are wells published. These conflicts have historical roots and seem to never end. Though there have been efforts to mediate between the two parties, these efforts have often produced limited results and after a short duration of peace, the conflict reemerges....

02 Mar 2015

The Better Face of Unpreparedness

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

Cheryl Strayed' memoir “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail” reveals her extraordinary experience regarding her trek through the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) when she was twenty-six years old. All this was to rediscover herself from the self-destructive life that had...

27 Feb 2015

Adopting the Surname after Marriage: Let Women Make Their Own Choices

Case study - 5 pages - Social sciences

The issue of changing names is a century old tradition. According to Sarah Rainey, this tradition has existed for many years. In many cultures, women were considered responsibilities of men (Rainey, 2013). For example, a woman surname was a sure indication of the man who ‘owned' her. After...

19 Feb 2015

Is Violence an American Tradition?

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

Thio, Taylor, and Schwartz (2012) considers violence to be of types which include assault, serial and mass murder, terrorism, genocide, hate-motivated violence, school violence. The authors argue that the poor are the most likely persons in the world to engage in violence, specifically homicide....

19 Feb 2015

Humanities and contemporary issues: cheerfulness, wealth, and the material World

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

More research work has been done in the recent past to ascertain whether more money results in more happiness. This question has been an omnipresent one throughout the timeline of human history; however, not satisfactory answer is yet to be arrived. Societal researchers have unearthed a...

16 Feb 2015

Social inequality, democracy, capitalism

Case study - 6 pages - Social sciences

In Latin America, social inequality can lead to the strengthening of anti-democratic convictions and further develop the "apartheid" prevailing social. The intervention of the political in the definition and implementation of economic and social policies is becoming more necessary, and the State...

16 Feb 2015

The essence of apartheid

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

Apartheid in South Africa is seen as something so common that it is in the Constitution. It is the only nation in the world that skin color determines the conditions of life and survival of people, despite the many historical justifications, the Apartheid violates all the conditions of human...

16 Feb 2015

Apartheid on the Africans

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

In the history of humanity, has been witnessed by many the exploitation of man by man, for several reasons: political ideology, religious and economic. South Africa lived many years in this system of economic exploitation, emphasizing a difference to other regions dominated, there was this...

15 Feb 2015

The law of apartheid

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

In the 1950s, the fight for equal rights has mobilized many Africans, who until then had never spoken out for or against or their rights, is born the people's congress campaign, and Africans are invited to submit their grievances and aspirations would become the basis of a document-from all...

12 Feb 2015

Economic Growth and Construction Industry in Libya

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

The sector of construction is ranked as a vital factor that influences policies of the economy in countries that are still developing like Libya. The sector entails backward and forward linkages with various sectors of the economy. In other words, they are dependent on each other. Countries like...

12 Feb 2015

East Asia Studies

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

There has been tremendous changes in situations in East Asia, the East Asia of today barely resembles that was only a decade ago. Recent proliferation of several mini9sterial conferences and numerous multilateral dialogues, along with various calls for the creation of the East Asian community has...

30 Jan 2015

Of Gustavo Capanema vision on the question in brazilian population protection act creating social family

Case study - 5 pages - Social sciences

When Getulio Vargas adopted Decree-Law 3200 of April 19, 1941 - on social protection of the family - was determining state intervention in poor and large families. New in Brazil and recent attitude in Europe, corresponding to the so-called "family issue" problematic within the...

29 Jan 2015

The Current Organization of the Local Government System in England

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

The government of England has a complex pattern with quite an array of functions distributed according to the local governments. The government and public administration includes the central government and the civil service, devolved and regional government and the local government. The main role...

24 Nov 2014

Income Inequality evidence and Policy Representation- American Politics

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

There is incontrovertible evidence that the American income inequality has increased, while the social mobility has reduced. It is widely known that states with higher income inequality have lower social mobility, in cases of income-based definition of mobility. This implies that increasing...

21 Nov 2014

Why the Age of Revolutions (c. 1760-1840) was a historic period and whether it was global?

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

The Age of Revolutions was marked by the American Revolution (1775-1783), Haitian Revolution (1791-1804), French Revolution (1789-1799), Spanish and Greek wars. The Age of Revolutions (c. 1760-1840) was a historic period and was global in nature because the effects of economic, social,...

14 Nov 2014

El Pipila-Case Study of Mexican early liberty revolution

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

Almost the entire advancements in the contemporary society trace their roots from works of earlier populations inhabiting the earth. For instance, most scientific innovations today associated with founding fathers, provided the fundamentals which others have developed over the years. However, not...

13 Aug 2014

Relationship between School, Education, and the Society

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

Education, since ancient times, has been purposed to bring people to a full realization as possible to its interpretation of a human being. Other statements of education as developing intellect, serving social needs, creating an effective workforce, promoting social or political system and...

19 Mar 2014

Fez and Acre: The Modernisation of Medieval Towns

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

What sets them apart from other medieval cities is that while other cities' old towns have changed and evolved, in Fez and Acre the old, medieval, walled city still stands as it always had. With the advent of gunpowder, changes in defensive strategy and the need to modernize and grow, many cities...

28 Feb 2014

Public administration defined within the context of its four frames and pros and cons to privatization

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

How is public administration defined within the context of its four frames? Before answering this question, first think about how public administration is defined in general. Public administration is a system of public servants managing an array of services, programs, and other related actions...

18 Dec 2013

Political Perspectives

Case study - 3 pages - Social sciences

Erna Paris, in the book The Sun Climbs Slow: Justice in the Age of Imperial America investigates the refusal by the United States of America to comply with the international law. More specifically, the book looks into the elaborate history of global justice and the politics played in order for...

26 Nov 2013

Reagan and the end of the Cold War: help or hindrance

Case study - 6 pages - Social sciences

The ending of the cold war is recorded in history as a period where moral, economic and ethical consideration overruled ideological and cultural inheritance and thus saved the world from another world war. In history and international studies, the end of the cold war is believed to be the year...

19 Nov 2013

Structure and effects of the 1970 EEC-Malta Association Agreement

Case study - 7 pages - Social sciences

The Maltese culture is adorned with influences which somehow over time managed to constitute the definition of a Mediterranean Country. Be it Arabic influences in our language, the Mediterranean diet or the European influences on the way we think, this small island is a fragment of a mixture of...

11 Nov 2013

Adjusting to Terrorism: Internet crime, response

Case study - 1 pages - Social sciences

U.S. citizens live in a world today, which is obsessed with terrorism. This is because of recent activities that have taken place on our own soil, and the events that have been taking place over the world. The attention on terrorism is at an all-time high and with daily coverage on the...

22 Aug 2013

Reconsidering the Samurai Image

Case study - 4 pages - Social sciences

In modern culture, samurai have become the epitome of a model warrior. Across both the Western and Eastern world, popular culture portrays samurai as heroic, wise, loyal, and decisive. Japanese movies glorify the samurai life, whereas Hollywood creates an exotic hero from a far away land. This...