A Review of Elizabeth Joseph’s Essay My Husband’s Nine Wives on the Positive Aspects of Polygamy

In “My husband’s nine wives”, Elizabeth Joseph presents the positives aspects of Polygamy. Joseph describes her lifestyle as a wife in a Polygamus relationship. She explains how her daily life works, how the wives share the husband’s time. And how she prefers Polygamy to Monogamy. The article, however presents a one side argument. Joseph’s portrayal … Read more

The Concepts of Marriage and Adultery based on two French Novels from the 19th century

Defining Marriage in 19th Century France: An Exploration of Female Adultery The Industrial Revolution began in earnest in France in the early 19th century. As the economy transitioned from the feudal “cottage industry” of homemade textiles to the large factory model and railroads crisscrossed the nation, these transformations resonated in society as well (Maynes). “The … Read more

The Challenges Faced By The School Leaders When Creating A Mentoring Program

One of the key challenges of educational Institutes of modern day is to ensure a strong faculty capable to uphold the quality of teaching and learning. This looms as a challenge considering that the quality of teaching can only be the result of a strong teaching faculty embedded with the knowledge of the school culture, … Read more

Analysis of Relations in "Sons and Lovers"

Psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud theorized that as a manifestation of the Oedipus Complex, people tend to choose partners who share physical features and personality traits with their opposite-sex parent. The bond between lovers can only be rivaled by the bond between parent and child; therefore, these two types of relationships are inherently connected. In his novel, … Read more

Relations between Men and Women in “The Waste Land”

In his poem “The Waste Land,” T.S. Eliot presents multiple relationships between men and women, both historical and of his own creation. The interactions that he describes allow the reader to infer how Eliot views relationships, sexuality, and gender. He presents relationships as dysfunctional while only focusing on their negative aspects. Through description of various … Read more

An Analysis of Double Consciousness in The Souls of Black Folk, a Book by W. E. B. Du Bois

At the heart of W.E.B. DuBois’s concept of double consciousness lies Saussure’s structuralism. At one point in time, society decided that a person with light skin would be called a white person, therefore giving the color of someone’s skin a sign, white, thus the signifying aspect being the lightness of their skin. Therefore the “other” … Read more

Pro Globalist and Anti Globalist View from Developed Country Perspective

This essay will focus on the two following views; Pro Globalist and Anti Globalist and how they can be viewed from two different perspectives, one of a developed country and another of a developing country. Both perceive globalization as opportunity and threat in their own context. While discussing the pros and cons of globalization, we … Read more

The Benefits of Being a Mentor

Mentoring enhances your professional life as well as your mentee. To be successful in any field, aspiring contracting specialists require role models and guidance. This is especially true in government acquisition as increasing number of acquisition team members’ turnover or at times work out of the office. At some point during your career, you may … Read more

How To Avoid Peer Pressure

The Pact George believes the most accurate way to avoided negative peers is to choose your friends wisely, since your friends help shape how you behave. This is because every kid wants to be with the popular crowd, and to be accepted because being an outsider through Middle and High school is a kid’s worst … Read more

Social Disorganization theory

Examples, of social disorganization theory developed by Clifford Shaw and Henry McKay, is a theory developed by the Chicago school. Social disorganization theory is the theory that crime rates are linked to ecological characteristics. It states that the location of a neighborhood Is directly related to the chance of an individual becoming involved in criminal … Read more

How Ayn Rand Pushes Philosophy Over Altruism In Her Novel, ‘The Fountainhead’

A Balancing Act: How Ayn Rand Pushes Her Philosophy Objectivism over Altruism In Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead, the author uses her protagonist, Howard Roark, to represent the ideal man. Roark is characterized as static, passionate about architecture, and indifferent towards others. If he displays benevolence, it is because it benefits him and does not detract … Read more

Relationship Analysis

Relationship Analysis Interpersonal relationships come in many different forms. It is what helps us build enduring relationships, establish open lines of communication, and resolve conflicts with our family and friends. When we are born we begin to build these relationships and bonds. These are the earliest relationships that we explore and form the basis for … Read more

Traditional Greek Family and Their High Cultural Values in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, a Romantic Film by Joel Zwick

My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a romantic comedy that is set in the United States. It focuses on a traditional Greek family who holds their cultural values in high esteem. The main character is Toula Portokalos, who is constantly belittled and reminded that she still isn’t married by her family. Her family consists of: … Read more

Benefits of mentoring

Mentoring provides critical guidance to a young person on his or her path to success. Mentoring is to support and encourage people to make their own learning in order that they boost their potential, develop their skills, improve their performance and become the person they want to be. Mentoring is a powerful development and consent. … Read more

Celebrated Cases: The Wedding Cake Model of Criminal Justice

This paper’s topic is over the articles that CNN uses under its “Crime + Justice” category. The articles selected for the paper show multiple different cases that would be considered “celebrated cases” under “The Wedding Cake Model of Criminal Justice”. After looking through many of the articles, it appears all the cases under the category … Read more

How Does Being Other-oriented Enable People to Increase Their Understanding of Others?

Throughout the many different relationships and people, we meet in our lives, we sometimes become selfish and forget to think about others. We begin to lose focus on others and forget about their own needs, feelings and thoughts. We tend to go through stages in our lives of no longer practicing seeing things from someone … Read more