Organizational Citizenship Behavior

In an organization, certain behaviors are anticipated from an employee that is dependent on the organization’s rules and regulations. However, employees tend to do things that are beyond their responsibilities and exhibit these behaviors out of their own desire. This is what we call Organizational Citizenship Behavior. This behavior includes acts like helping others, adding … Read more

A Case Of Dred Scott’s Citizenship

Dred Scott V Sandford Court Case When the Supreme Court denied citizenship and freedom to Dred Scott, had this violated Scott’s right to equal citizenship rights and protection that was guaranteed, after a few years, under the 14th amendment? It’s quite a difficult decision to comprehend, considering that the 14th amendment had been passed fourteen … Read more

Familiar Ideas Of Joseph Tussman And John Mueller

Both Joseph Tussman and John Mueller have very similar views on human nature. However, both have very contrasting views on how human nature affects citizenship. While Tussman argues to reshape human nature to produce the ideal citizen, Mueller looks to work with flaws. I believe that human nature cannot effectively be reshaped to produce the … Read more

Plato vs. Aristotle

Numerous experts in modern time regard Plato as the first genuine political philosopher and Aristotle as the first political scientist. They were both great thinkers in regards to, in part with Socrates, being the foundation of the great western philosophers. Plato and Aristotle each had ideas in how to proceed with improving the society in … Read more

The life and works of Ayn Rand

This essay will discuss the life and works of Ayn Rand. The woman who would become Ayn Rand was born Alice Rosenbaum on February 2, 1905. (Branden, Barbara pg. 3 1986). She was born during the eleventh year of Nicholas II’s reign in Russia. (Baker pg. 1 1987). Rand’s birth was just before a revolution … Read more

Chinese Immigration

In many aspects, the motivations for the Chinese to come to the United States are similar to those of most immigrants. Some came to “The Gold Mountain,” and others came to the United States to seek better economic opportunity. Yet there were others that were compelled to leave China either as contract laborers or refugees. … Read more