Justification of Ethics

Ethics are moral principles that administrate a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity. Justification is the act of presenting something to be right or reasonable. Some may say that ethics are the only reasonable justification for anything. Alternatively, one can argue anything may be justified ethically. It all depends on what morals you … Read more

Crucial Themes In War Medals for Sale

What ideas and themes in this story can you find in the article “War Medals for Sale” that Hemingway wrote for the Toronto Star? How do both pieces express Hemingway’s attitudes towards bravery and valor in war and life? In Hemingway’s “War Medals for Sale” as well as “In Another Country”, both pieces expresses Hemingway’s … Read more

A Very Lucky Wind

In this podcast, two commentators tell the story of a crazy trial of events that involved two girls named Laura Buxton, a balloon, and their friendship brought together by “fate”. They use this story to further discuss the role statistics plays in life event, more particularly probability and randomness. They share all of the unbelievable … Read more

How to be an effective Leader

Leadership means different things to different people around the world, and different things in different situations. To a child a leader might be a heroic character, always over coming evil and helping to better the world. For a teenager this may be an explorer, surviving more realistic danger in the jungle, leading their crew to … Read more

Fitness star and icon Alexia Clark

Alexia Clark is a fitness icon, model, and social media star from Arizona, USA. She has an impressive portfolio, modelling for a number of products – ranging from Instant Knockout (a fat burner), to sports clothes. She’s become one of the leading female figures in the industry after becoming the self proclaimed ‘Queen of Workouts’ … Read more

A political leader’s intention in Auden’s selected oeuvre and Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’.

Given insufficient insight into the thoughts and the goal of a political leader, one can blindly appreciate the benefits from their government. While the reverse can also be established that political leaders desired for such perception to be placed within individuals in order to further extend their control. W.H. Auden’s oeuvre, including the poems ‘O … Read more

The Reflection and Development of Risk-Taking in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, a Movie by Ben Stiller

Consider how risk-taking has been reflected and developed in “A Secret Life of Walter Mitty”. Discuss the ideas developed by Ben Stiller about how risk-taking leads to character development and changes Walter’s outlook on life. Humanity would undoubtedly stagnate if individuals withered away in daily routines without a sense of ambition. Through the comedic film … 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

Mussolini’s Rise to Power

Mussolini’s Rise to Power After serving in the Italian army during WW1, Mussolini returned home, looking for a way to unify the Italian people. In 1918, he began to deliver emotional speeches, calling for a dictator to head the country. He argued that only a strong leader could unite the people to overcome Italy’s postwar … Read more

Nancy Ward (Nanyehi) Biography

Born as Nanyehi, Nancy Ward made her way into the world around 1738 in the Cherokee capital, Chota. Today, this location is known as Monroe County, Tennessee. Her mother was often referred to as “Tame Doe” and was the sister of Attakullakulla. Also, Nanyehi’s mother was a member of the Wolf Clan, the most prominent … Read more

Famous Democratic Leaders In The World

A democratic leader is the one who involves taking all opinions into consideration when making a decision based on others’ input and sharing out the responsibility equally. Following is a list of famous democratic leaders in the world. Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi was a freedom activist and an influential political leader who played a great … Read more

Two Unique Perspectives Of Social Duty, For Milton Friedman And For Archie Carroll

Social Duty alludes to business hones that hold fast to moral qualities, that consent to legitimate necessities, and that advance the improvement of people and the network on the loose. Social Duty’s most prevalent structures incorporate making beneficent commitments to the network, saving nature, putting resources into a socially capable way, and advancing the welfare … Read more

Octavia Lenora Spencer: Biography and Carrer

Octavia Spencer is an American actress and author who has won three awards including Oscar, a Golden Globe, and BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Help. After decades of minor movie roles in Hollywood, Spencer became the only black actress to receive two consecutive nominations, as well as one of two … Read more

Sources of Moral Values

Live in such a way that if someone spoke badly of you, no one would ever believe it The philosophical study of values has a name, actually it’s called “axiology”. It studies the metaphysical and epistemological status of values, broadly understood. But for our purposes, it’s enough to say that values are things that people … Read more

A Discussion on Fairness in Teaching Students with Disabilities

Fairness is more than just giving everybody the same treatment. Fairness is about giving everybody an equal chance at life to fulfill goals and discover personal potentials. One of the important things I remembered from our course is to always use people first language. I didn’t realize before and couldn’t articulate why words like the … Read more

Is Napoleon a Real Hero?

Heroes are people who have a dream of a better future and act to their dreams even though they would need to get through obstacles. In the 18th century, in France, during the French Revolution, one of the greatest heroes in history emerged. He was named Napoleon Bonaparte. Bonaparte is considered a hero in French … Read more

Personal Account of a Life Changing Experience

My mind was all muddled up and everything went topsy-turvy inside it. Yet, I remained still and silent. No one would ever imagine how I was feeling. There wasn’t the cool atmosphere around me, nor the usual tranquility outside. My heart was pounding fast. I could hear the voice of my doctor saying that I … Read more

The Heroism in Hoppie

In The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay, Hoppie Groenewald is a train guard, conductor and star welter-weight boxer. While reading the book, the reader will notice Hoppie does not have as extensive of a role as some other characters but is undoubtably the strongest male presence in Peekay’s life. So far, a male figure … Read more

The Incredibles: A Story About Superhero Family

The Incredibles The Incredibles is a Pixar animated film directed by Brad Bird that was released on November 5, 2004. The film is about a superhero family living a normal life while hiding their superpowers. Bob, who is also referred to as Mr. Incredible, longs to get back into action as a superhero; however, this … Read more

The Issue of Fairness in the Workplace and the Role of Human Resource Department in Providing Justice

Fairness is a key issue in the workplace. When employees feel they are not being treated fairly, employee satisfaction, engagement, and productivity are each negatively affected. As a result, workers are more likely to leave the organization, seek unionization, or create conflict. Aside from how fairness adversely affects employers, fairness also detracts from many of … Read more

Slips, Trip and Fall Accidents

A slip and fall accident refers to situations when someone slips, trips or falls as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else’s property. It includes falls as a result of water, ice or snow, as well as abrupt changes in flooring, poor lighting, or a hidden hazard. The National Center for … Read more

Power: Why is so Dangerous?

Power has many definitions. If we look at the some of the definitions from political science arena there are six definitions of power. First there is a physical force and a capacity for violence, control of the means of force, power is at its primal. Second definition is wealth. Money creates the ability to buy … Read more

Tyrus Raymond Cobb or an American Hero

An American Hero is someone who puts others before themselves and does good deeds throughout his or hers home life and community. Also someone who has a positive impact on on a person or a group of individuals. Someone to look up to and follow in their footsteps. Tyrus Raymond Cobb or Ty Cobb was … Read more

Cincinnatus: The Hero of Rome

Cincinnatus: The Hero of Rome After his appointed year in office, Cincinnatus retired to his farm. Rome continued to fight both internally and externally. Military disaster followed when a Roman invasion force against the Aequians, led by the Consul Mincius, were trapped in the Alban Hills. In such a time of emergency, a Dictator with … Read more

Watchmen Series And Superhero Stereotypes

As modern American culture has developed, comic books have been used as a means to reflect upon the nature of our society and the culture that has defined the country in itself. Comics have long been an integral attribute of American media, creating iconic figures such as DC Comics’ Batman character or Marvel Comics’ Spider-man. … Read more

A Synpsis of The foundation text of English literature, titled Beowulf

The foundation text of English literature, titled Beowulf (meaning “man wolf” when translated into the modern language), presents readers with a hero named Beowulf who fights three different battles, each with its own monster. Beowulf’s first battle awaits him when he travels to present day Denmark to save the Danes from a monster named Grendel … Read more

The Biography of Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell was born in Huntington on April 25, 1599 to Robert and Elizabeth Cromwell. Although he wasn’t a direct descendant of Henry VIII’s chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, Oliver Cromwell’s great-great-grandfather, Morgan Williams, married Thomas’ sister Katherine in 1497. It was Morgan and Katherine’s children who took the last name Cromwell in honor of their … Read more

Mordechai Anielewicz, a Leader of the ZOB

In Warsaw, during 1919, a hero was born. That hero is Mordecai Anielewicz. Mordechai Anielewicz was the leader of the ZOB and the cause of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. He was an inspiration, a warrior, and an angel.Anielewicz was born in 1919 in Poland. He was born into a poor working class family. He had … Read more

Michael Jackson’S The Most Popular Album, “Thriller”

Michael Jackson’s pop magnum opus, “Thriller,” was a cultural turning point for music as a whole. And out of all those hard hitting tracks, one truly captured the es- sence of Michael Jackson. The song, “Billie Jean,” embodies everything in Jackson’s ability to create music. From the track’s darker and more mature content, incredible production … Read more

The Heroism in Hoppie

In The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay, Hoppie Groenewald is a train guard, conductor and star welter-weight boxer. While reading the book, the reader will notice Hoppie does not have as extensive of a role as some other characters but is undoubtably the strongest male presence in Peekay’s life. So far, a male figure … Read more

The Qualities of a Hero in Harry Wu

A hero has several traits that make them seem or look heroic. Without certain qualities a hero cannot be simply called a hero. Harry Wu manages to fit into some of these qualities, in his own way. He went back to China five times, each time knowing that his life was on the line. Lazy … Read more

Sitting Bull – the Native American Chief

Sitting Bull was the Native American chief that the Sioux tribes united in their struggle for survival on the North American Great Plains. Following the discovery of gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota in 1874, the Sioux came into increased conflict with U.S. authorities. The Great Sioux wars of the 1870s would culminate … Read more

The Issues and Challenges Faced by Nurses in the Field of Healthcare

From the spectator’s position, nurses are seen as hardworking and loving caregivers among their communities and hospitals. Beyond this, nurses are also individuals with thoughts, feelings and limitations to how much stress they can handle. In recent years, the amount of nurses in the workforce has not only decreased, the nursing community has grown discontent. … Read more