An Analysis Applying the 10-Step Special Education Process

The purpose of this essay is to provide a realistic and comprehensive analysis of “Case Study: Bryanna” applying the 10-step Special Education Process as dictated by federal IDEA regulations when determining a child’s eligibility for special education services. This case study was included in part two of a three-part response to a directive issued by … Read more

What happened in the Rwandan Genocide

The “Rwandan Genocide” happen between April and June of 1994. During just 100 days 800,000 Rwandans were killed. Some of the reasons the Genocide occurred since 1916 when Belgian colonists arrived, and produced identity cards in which Tutsis were considered to be superior to the Huts, and it was obvious Tutsis welcomed this idea because … Read more

What is An X.509 v3 Certificate

An X.509 certificate contains information about the identity to which a certificate is issuedand the identity that issued it. Two popular certificate types are those created using PrettyGood Privacy (PGP) and those created using applications that conform to International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU-T) X.509 version 3. The X.509 v3 certificate, whosestructure is below, that essentially defines … Read more

Racism In Malaysia

Racism, also known as racial discrimination, is usually defined as an act of prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior, according to Oxford Dictionary. Malaysia, which is a well-known country is often highlighted and associated with cases and issues relating to … Read more

Lina Esco’s View of the Freedom of Women to Expose Their Torso in a Visual Medium, As Depicted in Her Free the Nipple Movement

The Controversy of the Areola On March 2, 1993, five women were arrested for committing an indecent act by being topless at a non-erotic rally in a public park. The judge who heard their case made history by ruling that their behavior was within the “community standard of tolerance”, which resulted in men and women … Read more

Individual and corporate social responsibility

Individual Social Responsibility is a moral belief where we as individuals, have a responsibility toward society. Being “socially responsible” is about all individuals behaving ethically and sensitively towards social, economic, and environmental issues. It is about being accountable for our actions and being conscious of the impact your actions have on others, our communities, and … Read more

The Death penalty is wrong.

The “death penalty” should never exist in the first place. The “death penalty” is wrong.. It should not be given to anybody, whether they are under the age of 18 or not. It is morally wrong and will be the doom of America, The Mighty. Death comes to everyone with its own time. And, anyway, … Read more

The Goals and Ways of Achieving Gender Equality

Also known as gender egalitarianism or sex equality, gender equality is a standpoint that every individual should be treated equally in all life aspects (health, education, employment, leadership) without any discrimination on the basis of gender(Jayachandran, 2014). Under the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, one of the key objectives is to enhance gender equality … Read more

Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter as Victims of Overgeneralization and Misunderstanding of Society

AllLivesMatter, and BlackLivesMatter Social-media has revolutionized the way that social movements operate. In the 1960’s the Southern Catholic Leaders Conference and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee had their work cut out for them; there was no uploading videos of prejudice or injustice to Youtube, or promoting events through Twitter and Facebook. Fortunately for the now controversial … Read more

Violations of Children’s Rights

“ Children living in war zones are more vulnerable to all kinds of abuses, including being recruited to serve in government forces and opposition armed groups. The use of children in armed conflict is a violation of human rights, a war crime and a worst form of child labour, which by ILO Convention No. 182 … Read more

Violent sports

Boxing is the only sport you can get your brain shook, your money took, and your name in the undertaker book. says Joe Frazier, an American professional boxer. This quote shows how extreme some sports can be to the extent where people risk their lives just for fame and money, without caring about what they … Read more

Parking problems

[4] https://www.thekeytoislam.com/en/scientific-explanations-quran-oceans The parking options at the University of Reno are scarce and expensive. Residential spaces are diminishing and with the increase in new students, the lack of space is only getting worse. There are enough parking spaces on campus to provide for less than half of the students. With a run-down public transportation system … Read more

The 1861 to 1865 Civil War between the Northern and Southern states of America

The Civil War was fought from 1861 to 1865 between the Northern and Southern states of America. The forces fighting were the Union in the North and the Confederacy in the South. The main reason for war was the controversy involving slavery. The North fighting to abolish slavery and the South fighting to expand slavery. … Read more

Importance of social entrepreneurship

As there is an increase in social problems such as violence against women, poverty, climate change, education disparity, AIDS, and more, social entrepreneurship is the need of the hour. A few organizations that promote social entrepreneurship are the Skoll Foundation, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke … Read more

Women’S Equality

Throughout the world’s history, there have been many issues that affect our lives everyday and the way our society runs. There are issues in which our country was influenced, the way in which the government runs, and our lives. One of these main issues has been women’s rights. Women got their rights later than men … Read more

The Theme of Work in Harvest Song by Jean Toomer, On Dumpster Diving by Lars Eighner, I Stand Here Ironing by Tillie Olsen, and the We Can Do It Image

Humans constantly struggle with the idea of work; is it really necessary? Is it worth it? Will it pay off in the end? Some see it as the devil’s burden and others know that in order to create an outcome, work will have to be put in first.The question is, is work a necessity/necessary evil, … Read more

Media Censorship in China

China is home to one of the world’s most restrictive media environments and its most sophisticated system of censorship. Although, Article 35 of the constitution guarantees freedoms of speech, assembly, association, and publication, but such rights are subordinated to the discretion of the CCP and its status as the ruling power. The ruling CCP maintains … Read more

Deviance and deviant behaviour in society

What is deviance and what does it mean to be deviant? Deviant behavior in terms of broad social conditions is constantly changing. Deviance is not just a matter of numbers nor is what is less common. Deviant acts are not necessarily against the law but are considered abnormal and may be regarded as immoral rather … Read more

Internet of Things (IoT)

Ready or not, the Internet of Things is taking over the world. Every day, more and more objects have some sort of network connection: from coffee makers to security cameras, from air quality sensors to connected cars, there isn’t a single area of our life that won’t be touched by IoT devices in the next … Read more

The Impact of Globalization on Water Resources

Understanding Globalization (GSSC 1083) Research Paper Professor’s name: Jamie Zarowitz Date: 17th January How has globalization impacted water scarcity? Can you imagine living in a world where the most abundant and needed resource water was not available to you? This is the reality many people around the world are facing right now. Globalization has brought … Read more

Moses and Sir Galahad: Deciphering Biblical and Arthurian Allusions in The Lonely Londoners

In The Lonely Londoners by Samuel Selvon, Moses and Henry Oliver fight to overcome the discrimination they suffer due to prejudice in London towards immigrants. As insidious as the American South’s notoriously overt racism, London’s covert racism influences Moses’s critical view of London and forces Henry Oliver to come to terms with the flaws of … Read more

Why Premarital Sex And Cohabitation Is Bad

How many times have you heard that “Well, I think we should just live together first to see if we are compatible, and then we can get married.” How many times have you saw the sight that the bride walked down the aisle who was already living together with her boyfriend. Nowadays, unmarried couples living … Read more

Migratory Workers

The images of the Dust Bowl migrants, made famous in John Steinbeck’s best selling novel The Grapes of Wrath (1939), tend to dominate the historical memory of migrant workers during the Great Depression era. However, while thousands of Okies and Arkies did take to the road in search of survival, they joined migrant workers who … Read more

Poverty affects young people

Poverty affects the lives of youths in Papua New Guinea Poverty is the state of being extreme poor. It is caused by many factors including lack of education, unemploymennt, poor environement, bad habits and morals , overpopulation, endemic of diseases, bad governent policy. Globally poverty affects more than 80% of the worl population. Besides, poverty … Read more