James Watson’s biography

Born in Chicago, Illinois on April 6, 1928, James Watson was an only child and was quite intelligent. His father and mother were James D. Watson and Jean Mitchell. Today, we know James Watson as a successful scientist, discovering the structure of DNA. However, it took endless amounts of work to figure it out. During … Read more

Major Changes in Corrections Throughout Time

There are numerous ways one is able to assess the changes in man’s use of corrections from ancient Greece, to our present day. Jim Finckenauer, a professor at the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, shared his observation for how the history of the United States is better explained as a failed panaceas in saying correctional … Read more

Gene Environment Interaction

Gene-environment interaction is when two different genotypes respond to environmental variation in different ways. A norm of reaction is a graph that shows the relationship between genes and environmental factors when phenotypic differences are continuous. They can help illustrate GxE interactions. When the norm of reaction is not parallel, as shown in the figure below, … Read more

The terrifying crimes of Albert Fish

Albert Fish was an American serial killer born on May 19, 1870. HIs real name is Hamilton Howard but he is also known as the Gray Man, Werewolf of Mysteria, Brooklyn Vampire, Ham & Eggs, Moon Maniac, and The Boogeyman. HIs parents were Randall and Ellen Fish. He had a family history of mental illness. … Read more

To Kill a Mockingbird Questions

Chapters 1,2, and 3 Scout’s comments and reactions towards Jem play a huge roll in Jem accepting Dill’s dare. Jem states that he isn’t scared of the Radley Place because he passes their house everyday on the way to school. However, Scout responds saying you’re “Always runnin’”(Lee 14). Because Scout likes to taunt her older … Read more

Biology: What is homeostasis?

The word homeostasis come from the ancient Greek, and it’s the union of the two words homeo and stasis. Homois means “similar”, and stasis means “staying still”, which gives the idea of “staying the same”. The human body consists of millions of cells working together to maintain the whole organism, and whereas the cells have … Read more

Running Head: Blue Apron Holdings, Inc.

Blue Apron Holdings, Inc. became the first and largest subscription-based meal-kit provider in the United States. Blue Apron was a New York-based startup that attracted millions across America, allowing them to expand its company and distribute its products around the country. It is known as a meal kit service that delivers weekly boxes containing ingredients … Read more

The American Flag

The History of the American Flag The flag of the United States represents many things that current citizens may never be aware of during their lifetime. The history of our flag is remarkable as that of the America Republic. The origin of the flag up until this day has gone through many battles, changes, and … Read more

Ironic narrative and the war brutality in A Farewell to Arms

In 1929, Ernest Hemingway wrote A Farewell to Arms. During this era, there were many books centered on the Great War. Percy Hutchinson, a contemporary writer for the New York Times, predicted that Hemingway’s book “ is to be given classification, it belongs to the rapidly crowding shelf of war novels.” While many other authors, however, … Read more

Internal & External Lives of Characters in The Great Gatsby vs The Valley of Ashes & East Egg

For characters in The Great Gatsby, rendering delusive illusions of one’s self may be fundamental to climbing social hierarchy, but compromising the tension between their painted picture and concealed canvas may be internally agonizing. From the instance of the enigmatic relationship of the Buchanan’s, to Gatsby’s antagonizing conflict with his past and Nick Carraway’s judgements, … Read more

How Does Hamlet Disrupt Himself?

Alone in his childhood home, his father buried and his mother married to another man, Hamlet laments, “O that this too too sullied flesh would melt, thaw and resolve itself into dew” (1.2.129-30). Hamlet brings up suicide early in Act I and ponders it throughout the play. He not only considers the idea, but intentionally … Read more

Suhas Gopinath: CEO & President Globals Inc.

Entrepreneurs are innovators, willing to take risks and generate new ideas to create unique and potentially profitable solutions to modern-day problems. Entrepreneurship is not so much a skill as a habitual state of mind. When entrepreneurship describes activities within a firm or large organization, it is referred to as intrapreneurship and may include corporate venturing, … Read more

“Identical Seeming Skins:” Identity and the Short Story in The Beggar Maid

In an oft-cited review of Alice Munro’s fourth published collection, critic John Gardner asks a pertinent question regarding “whether The Beggar Maid is a collection of stories or a new kind of novel.” While this question is not only germane, but even imperative to interpretation of Munro’s work, Gardner’s treatment of it is careless. He … Read more

Ford Motor Company: New Strategies for International Growth

Ford Motor Company Strategy Background Ford Motor Company is a strategically revolutionary and technologically innovative automobile company founded in the year 1903 and quickly became the first of its kind to use distinctive techniques such as moving assembly lines and conveyor belts in manufacturing and human resource management practices by pricing products that can be … Read more

The Republic: Plato’s Unspoken Defense of Socrates

Plato’s Republic utilizes a political approach to answer what is essentially a moral question. In attempting to identify justice in the individual, Socrates takes an unmistakable turn toward the direction of political philosophy, describing the formation of his ideal city Kallipolis. It can hardly be disputed that the ideal state described by Socrates in Plato’s … Read more

Literary Review of the Haunted House

The short story “A Haunted House” is story with meaning, by portraying to us the treasure of life. When two ghosts are searching through their old house, looking for their “Treasure”, the treasure or meaning is revealed to us. The joy and love shared between two people is the treasure, the treasure of life. By … Read more

What Is Silk?

Silk is a thin, but strong fiber that Silkworms produce when they’re making their cocoons. It can be woven into a very soft and smooth fabric. Silk fabric was invented in Ancient China, and played an important role in their culture and economy for thousands of years. Silk Cloth was extremely valuable in Ancient China. … Read more

“On the Rainy River” by Tim O’Brien analysis

“On the Rainy River” by Tim O’Brien thoroughly illustrates the emotional burdens of war, especially the fear and shame felt by many men who were forcibly drafted into the Vietnam War. When examining this text using a formalist perspective, through the usage of the plot, point of view, and the thoughts and actions of the … Read more

The Globalization of Japanese Popular Culture

Globalization of the popular culture entails the examination of the ongoing evolution from a new and challenging perspective, through taking a keen observation of the movements of the popular culture into and out of Japan. From a multidisciplinary approach, scholars have noted that the changing nature of Japanese popular culture lies in its engagement with … Read more

An Argument Against the Use of Hydraulic Fracturing

Against Hydraulic Fracturing Oil and natural gas are crucial to the twenty-first-century. They are used for fuel, tires, household appliances, and even heart valves. Without oil and natural gas, the modern way of life would be almost entirely different. However, the cost of obtaining these products using a process called hydraulic fracturing can be fatal. … Read more

Measures to Control Inflation

There are two ways of controlling inflation in an economy: Monetary measures Fiscal measures Monetary Measures The government of a country takes various measures and formulates policies to control economic activities. Monetary policy is one of the most commonly used measures taken by the government to control inflation. Here, the central bank increases the interest … Read more

A Psychoanalysis of Edgar Allan Poe’s “Ligeia” and “The Fall of the House of Usher”

Often, the elements of the mind and past developments play a key role in understanding events and writings. In Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories “Ligeia” and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Poe crafts tales that reveal the inner cravings that motivate action and perception. In “Ligeia,” Poe orchestrates his story to comment on … Read more

Misconception of the Generation Gap

Chinua Achebe’s novel, Things Fall Apart, is set in Nigeria; the novel examines the clash between traditional African culture, and western ideals by the Igbo tribe, through the protagonist, Okonkwo. Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel, Purple Hibiscus, is a story about a teenage girl, Kambili, which focuses on family relationships and cultural ethics. Moroccan … Read more

Path-goal Theory Of Leadership

Leadership has been a mysterious and controversial topic of discussion. Researchers have tried to discover, what factors determine how a leader acts and what traits, abilities, behaviors, sources of power or aspects of the situation determine how well a leader is able to influence followers and accomplish group objectives. To demystify leadership many research findings … Read more

Framework components of The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO)

COSO was formed in 1985 to sponsor the National Commission on Fraudulent Financial Reporting. The Treadway Commission was originally jointly sponsored and funded by five main professional accounting associations and institutes: the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), American Accounting Association (AAA), Financial Executives International (FEI), Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and the Institute … Read more

The use of wine as a symbolism in A tale of two cities

Tumbling out of the cart, clashing into the dark grey stone, the cask explodes over the pavement, its contents seeping into the jagged cracks of the street. Perplexed by the event, the people watch intently before hastily running towards the broken barrel and sipping up the red liquid, where they resort to using mutilated earthenware … Read more

Contemporary and Environmental Approaches

Contemporary and Environmental Approaches The contemporary approaches to management of organizations are sociotechnical theory, organizational behavior, systems theory, and quantitative management. All of these have their own unique differences. For instance, sociotechnical theory evaluates the interaction between people and technology in a business. Compared to quantitative management, that deals with the mathematical and statistical analysis … Read more