A Calm Mind Is A Healthy Mind

For many people, a low-grade amount of stress is a part of everyday life. So, they may not recognize that it has a negative impact on their overall health. Studies have shown that feeling stress or anxiety on a long-term basis doesn’t just affect your peace of mind. In fact, you’re more likely to suffer … Read more

The Play A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare.

In the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare. Shakespeare represents four types of love: forced love, parental love, romantic love and complicated love. At the beginning of the play, we see a forced love between Theseus and Hippolytus, queens of the Amazons. Theseus mentions in act 1 “I have courted you with my … Read more

Why People Loot During Disasters And What Can Be Done To Resolve The Issue

What is a disaster? According to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies a disaster is a sudden, calamitous event that seriously disrupts the functioning of a community or society and causes human, material, and economic or environmental losses that exceed the community’s or society’s ability to cope using its own resources. … Read more

Describe and critically evaluate Watson and Rayner’s (1920) study with little Albert.

Introduction Watson and Rayner (1920) investigated classical conditioning, a behaviorist theory of learning. The researchers conditioned fear into little Albert and showed that fear can be learned. This research was ground-breaking as it demonstrated how phobias can be acquired at a young age. Although Albert was psychologically harmed Jones (1924) found fear could be unconditioned … Read more

Darley and Batson: Samaritan Study overview

In 1973, John Darley and Daniel Baston from Princeton University decided to research the effects of different time constraints on a person’s willingness to help someone in need. In their study “From Jerusalem to Jericho”: A study of situational and dispositional variables in helping behavior” they choose to study a group particularly known for caring … Read more

A Study of Tree Girls

“A sex symbol’s currency lies in her youth, her curves, in the suggestion that a sexual encounter lurks around the next corner.” (Sharon Krum, The Guardian) The power struggle between genders in society is something that can be seen every day, particularly in the media. The importance of female celebrities to stay in the spotlight … Read more

How To Care For The Elderly At Home

Share Grandparents, parents, in-laws or uncles may need our care when they reach a certain age. Although some families choose to take their relatives to specialized care centers or hire someone to assist them, others decide to keep them in the home and give them the attention they deserve. Learn in this article several tips … Read more

The Trouble With Karma: Close Reading of The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven

Native Americans are often a forgotten minority, in history and in literature. The slaughter of native lives and the obliteration of their culture is an unfortunate American legacy. Luckily, writer Sherman Alexie has attempted to fill the cultural void and illuminate the plight of his people. He does this through a style of writing he … Read more

Why is it important to follow instructions

Following instructions is not just an important learning skill; it is an essential life skill. Starting from coloring the correct box in preschool and going all the way to applying for social security, directions are an important part of everyone’s life. Yet, many seem to have trouble following them. As toddlers, we are told by … Read more

Analyzing Cultural Competence Through Purnell Model

The Purnell Model for Cultural Competence Is defined as 12 domains that are covering the organization and the structure temporarily describing as primary and as its secondary individuality culture, in which it determines the disparities values, beliefs, and practices of a person’s cultural heritage. Each of the rims of a different significance on an individual, … Read more

Plenum Cable (CMP)

Plenum Cable (CMP) is cable that is laid in the plenum spaces of buildings. The plenum is the space that can facilitate air circulation for heating and air conditioning systems, by providing pathways for either heated/conditioned or return airflows. Space between the structural ceiling and the dropped ceiling or under a raised floor is typically … Read more

Getting to Yes

Getting to Yes The most common form of negotiation involves successively taking on and giving up positions. Positional bargaining is an inefficient means of reaching to an agreement and the agreements usually neglect the interest of the parties involved. It encourages stubbornness and so tends to harm the relationship between both the parties. A good … Read more

Beginner’s Guide to Nudism

Nudism is something we don’t know much about or think we know about and decide to make assumptions. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the word ‘nudist’? It’s probably not sweet. Have you ever thought about giving it a chance though? You might surprise yourself. Nudism, also called naturism, … Read more

A View of Society Through Sociological Imagination

Sociology is defined as the systematic study of social behavior and human groups. Sociological Imagination is a type of critical thinking used by sociologists to understand the behavior of different groups of people around the world. Sociological Imagination helps us comprehend how problems and situations not only affect our personal lives, but also our society. … Read more

Tiffany Trump’s Biography

There is always something new to be said about the Trump’s family- from politics to business and then to their social and personal lifestyles. One good story that remains intriguing to people is the one that is linked to “the forgotten Trump”, Tiffany Trump. Although Tiffany has tried to keep information about her private, topics … Read more

Ad Analysis: Maybelline’s 1980s Moisture Whip Lipstick

The poster advertisement I chose was the Maybelline’s 1980s Moisture Whip Lipstick advertisement. The company (Maybelline) provides both of poster advertisement and video commercial which is modelled by an American actress, singer, songwriter, model, and beauty pageant titleholder, who was crowned Miss World America 1972 –Lynda Carter aka Wonder Woman. On the other hand, this … Read more

Non-Verbal Communication

Mr. Bean utilizes various types of non-verbal communication styles to entice laughter from his audience. After reviewing the video “The Exam”, the two most important types of non-verbal communication that Mr. Bean elicits is the use of a variety of Kinesics and Proxemics.Even though Mr. Bean did not speak throughout the majority of the episode. … Read more

What is Race?

The ideology of race and it’s counterpart (racism) have been phenotypically interpreted throughout history. Race, defined by Dalton Conley in his sociologically-based book You May Ask Yourself, as “a group of people who share a set of characteristics and are said to share a common bloodline.” (Conley 322). Ethnicity, defined by Conley is one’s ethnic … Read more

How To Care For The Elderly At Home

Share Grandparents, parents, in-laws or uncles may need our care when they reach a certain age. Although some families choose to take their relatives to specialized care centers or hire someone to assist them, others decide to keep them in the home and give them the attention they deserve. Learn in this article several tips … Read more

The Concept of Gender Performativity and its Role

Understanding Gender performativity In the 1950s, J.L Austin, the British philosopher explored and explained his perspective of ‘performative language’. He is the first person who divided language into two types: constative and performative. (Butler, 2004) John Searle’s theory of ‘speech act’, the phenomenological theory of ‘acts’ and Simone de Beauvoir’s notion on “one is not … Read more

Imigrants Challenges That Push Them To Seek The American Dream: The Joy Luck Club

Thousands of immigrants arrive in America every year with the hope that a new life, a better life, awaits them. The come in search of “the American Dream,” the hope that there are higher paying jobs, quality public schools to send their children to, and a safer environment filled with opportunities and choices. Typically, immigrants … Read more

The world that speak the same language

The world speaks the same language, that is the title of my report I think what happens we all speak the same language? what could happen if they spoke the same language? what could be changed if we spoke the same language? , why we don’t speak the same language? , I think if they … Read more

Health Workers Should Embrace Cultural Competence

The book defines cultural competence as “a set of congruent behaviors, attitudes, and policies that come together in a system, agency, or among professionals that enables effective work in cross-cultural situations.” Cultural competence within the area of behavioral health defined in my own words is the ability of behavioral health workers and organizations to provide … Read more

What is the Sandwich Generation?

Based on what I learned this semester, I think being a sandwich generationer is the most challenging to Americans and their families. A sandwich generationer is a caregiver to an elderly parent/relative and children or anyone who acts as a dual caregiver whether it parents, grandparents, and children. Sandwich generationers not only have to deal … Read more

A Problem Of Self Identity In Joy Luck Club Novel

In the book Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan, there are many characters that faced obstacles in finding themselves. One of these characters is Ying-Ying St. Clair. Throughout the various stages of life, as a child, adult, and a mother, Ying-Ying St. Clair has struggled with Chinese and American culture in finding her own self-identity. … Read more

The Biography of Sophie Scholl

“How can we expect righteousness to prevail when there is hardly anyone willing to give himself up individually to a righteous cause? It is such a splendid sunny day, and I have to go. But how many have to die on the battlefield in these days, how many young, promising lives? What does my death … Read more

The Motivational Interviewing Approach

Motivational interviewing (MI) is a counseling technique which assists the interviewee in identifying the internal motivation to change the client’s behavior by resolving ambivalence and insecurities. The term holds similar meaning when it comes to interviewing an individual with substance abuse background. The main aim of Motivational interviewing is to facilitate the intrinsic motivation of … Read more

AT&T Company Analysis

Organization History The telephone was a creation by Alexander Graham in the year 1876 with the careful advisory of his financial associates Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders. Their innovation and success eventually manifested into the AT&T Company during the year 1885, and it acted as Bell’s secondary to plan and build the first operational long-distance … Read more

The Daughters of Aataentsic

Introduction When one looks through history, there is something the Wyandot knew that most other cultures are only recently discovering. This is the importance of a balanced society where both men and women are fully able to contribute their abilities and talents to the community. In this paper, I will be focusing specifically on the … Read more

Emoji language

The digital age has brought with it many innovations in technology. The creation of emojis is one such innovation that has remained a firm fixture in the use of language in the digital arena since its introduction in the 1990s (Alshenqeeti). Indeed, it could also be said that the use of emojis has become so … Read more