Benefits of Nature in Well-being

Restoritortion from spending time in nature is no new idea, it has been around arguably as long as urbanization and development. Nature has been the inspiration for art, music and literature. However, considering nature in medical practices has only been studied widely in the last century. Nature’s healing effect and potential for physiological treatment began … Read more

Development paradigms

To more effectively explore the topic regarding development paradigms, a subset of literature has been selected based on its relevance to the topic. This review will present the status quo of works on this topic and is arranged based on the chronological development of researches and literature on this topic. Development Frameworks In the work … Read more

The Essence of Childhood in the Literature

Are the childhoods that society reads about in popular works of literature accurate representations of how children lived throughout history, or are the authors of these texts portraying the personalities of their characters in a more unconventional fashion? In the Lord of the Flies, the non-absolute devious natures of young men are thrust onto a … Read more

A Review of 5G wireless technology

The expansion of 5G wireless is 5th generation wireless technology. This will complete wireless communication with almost no limitations. It can be called REAL wireless world. It has incrediable transmission speed. A 5G network will be able to handle 10,000 times more call and data traffic than the current 3G or 4G network. Data download … 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

The Manifestation of Aristotle’s Theory in Romeo and Juliet

Aristotle’s Unity of Action in Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, a classic tragedy about two star-crossed young lovers in Verona, can be analysed using Aristotle Unity of action. Firstly, it tells one story – there is one main plot around which all incidents and character revolve. The action itself Is the main focus … Read more

The Initial Process Of Puberty

A major part of adolescent development that causes dramatic physical change is puberty. It is essentially a process in the brain that results in physical changes that we all imagine when we think of puberty, like armpit hair and growth spurts. To understand the initial process of puberty, you should know that it activates the … Read more

Review On Babies Documentary Film

For this analysis, I chose the Babies documentary and have decided to focus on Hattie, the baby born in San Francisco. Hattie is in the infancy stage of life and therefore has had little past experience to shape any form of development. However, prenatal conditions are important indirect experiences that could shape early development. If … Read more

The Physiological and Psychological Development and Changes During the Adolescence Period of an Individual

The term adolescence has been constantly confused with puberty, resulting to their synonymously use. Puberty can be defined as the physiological variations entailed in the sexual maturation of a child, together with other body variations that may take place during this period. Adolescence on the other hand, is defined as the stage from puberty to … Read more

First year of infant’s life

At the beginning of a baby’s life, the baby starts as a newborn and start transforming to almost a toddler when they have reached the age of one year of age. From the period they are born until they are three months old, baby’s brains are still developing and continue learning how to function outside … Read more

Development of Personality: Traits

“Personality is the integration of characteristics acquired or brought by birth which separate the individual from others”. (O. Ozdemir) From the moment that a child is able to perceive the actions of their surroundings, they begin to develop their own individual personality. While scientists debate how many personality traits exist to makeup one’s own personality, … Read more

My Motivation For A PhD In Chemistry

The application of catalysis in industrial processes can make relevant contributions through the development of more energy and time efficient procedures. Generally, catalysts increase the rate of reactions and remain unchanged by the reaction. Hence the impact of catalysis in improving the efficiency of diverse industries has been demonstrated via pollution control, air purification, food … Read more

Where’s Minnie Wright?

The majority of this can be sorted out while never meeting Minnie Wright. Without her there, the feelings appear to be more significant. It resembles the familiar axiom we generally heard in our grade school English classes: demonstrate not tell. Glaspell demonstrates the peruser precisely what Minnie was encountering and enables them to identify in … Read more

An Enemy of the People

Henrik Ibsen’s play, entitled “An Enemy of The People”, deeply stresses out the essence of having characters in a play, which is notably considered as the second most important element of tragedy. A character is said to be a genuine one if it has four certain qualities, which the characters of the play certainly possess, … Read more

Waterfall and agile methodologies: advantages and disadvantages

Agile methodology uses an iterative process where all the teams and collaborate and client provides feedback throughout the entire process of developing a new software product. In an agile methodology, a large amount of work is divided into smaller chunks called ‘sprints’. A sprint is developed and tested in a parallel fashion. This means that … Read more

Types of Aggression in Children

Physical aggression: A physically aggressive person uses weapons or bare hands to harm another person physically. This person may punch another person in the face or cut someone with a knife. Verbal aggression: A verbally aggressive person humiliates other people verbally. Examples: yelling at other people using foul language, name calling, etc.Passive aggression behaviour is … Read more

About Child Development Stages

The main stages of child and young person development From birth through to adulthood children continually grow, develop, and learn. A child’s development can be measured through social, emotional, intellectual, physical and language developmental milestones. All children and young people follow a similar pattern of development so the order in which each child advances from … Read more

The stages of team development

The stages of team development Team effectiveness is enhanced by a team’s continuous commitment to reflection and ongoing evaluation. In addition to evaluating their accomplishments in meeting specific goals; it is essential for them to understand their development as a team. In a childcare setting a team will go through different stages of development. The … Read more

MDS python

Of late, python has earned a lot of popularity owing to its simple and easy to understand syntax. It is a widely used high-level programming language for general-purpose programming, created by Guido van Rossum. An interpreted language, Python has a design philosophy that emphasizes more on code readability and a syntax that allows programmers to … Read more

Shakespeare’s Themes: How Shakespeare Uses Themes In His Plays

“ William Shakespeare was an incredibly intelligent play writer; some of his greatest plays include Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare has given an estimated 1,700 to 3,000 words to the English language, the estimations of his vocabulary range from 17,000 to 29,000 words (Facts about William Shakespeare). Shakespeare … Read more

The ecological validity in moral decision-making research

Despite the many studies investigating dishonest behaviour, the ecological validity in moral decision-making research is lacking. Many studies used paradigms of instructed lying and as a result the lying observed in these studies is different from more spontaneous forms of lying as it does not involve the voluntary intention to lie. Additionally, participants are not … Read more

“Doubt” by John Patrick Shanley’s

In John Patrick Shanley’s parable “Doubt” he introduces Father Flynn as a loved and talented priest, while introducing Sister Aloysius as a stern, intolerant, disciplinary of St. Nicholas Church School. Father Flynn’s character becomes in doubt when Sister Aloysius makes allegations that Father Flynn had forced an inappropriate relationship on Donald Muller, the first black … Read more

"A Doll’s House" by Henrik Ibsen

In A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen, Henrik consider traditional aspect of men and women back on the early age. In the play “A Doll’s House,” Nora represent the conventional feminine basic of the age. She seems defenseless and purview herself through patriarchal assumption, which proclaim a woman’s social character at this time period, a … Read more