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

Analysis of "Mariana"

‘Mariana’ is a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson which was published in 1830. This was an early stage of the Victorian era, a time when there was a plethora of social upheavals in England and Europe. As a composition, ‘Mariana’ is a beautiful yet ominous lyrical narrative, featuring themes of loneliness, isolation and rejection. It … 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

The Death Penalty: Pros and Cons

The death penalty is an issue that has the United States quite divided. While there are many supporters of it, there is also a large amount of opposition. Currently, there are thirty-one states in which the death penalty is legal and nineteen states that have abolished it (Death Penalty Information Center, November 9th 2016). I … Read more

Limiting womens abilities to household chores

Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique created a social revolution in the 1960s by addressing the role of women in society and its effects on their emotional and mental health. Her words opened the eyes of many American housewives who felt incomplete and lost. Friedan helped these women empathize and associate with what she called “the … Read more

An Analysis of The Death of Emmett Till by Bob Dylan and Mississippi Goddamn by Nina Simone

The Death of Emmett Till and Mississippi Goddam In a time in American history when inequality was the leader of our country and murder and violence were an everyday occurrence, Emmett Till was a fourteen year-old boy who was visiting Mississippi when he allegedly flirted with a white woman and was lynched by two white … Read more

Personal Accounts of Lady Gaga, Peter, and the Narrator of the “Incident” Poem by Countee Cullen, on the Topic of Intimidation

When people experience bullying, it causes them to think negatively, and it affects their daily life. In the excerpt from “Nineteen Minutes,” Peter, the protagonist, experiences bullying because he wears glasses. The article “Born to Not Get Bullied,” explains Lady Gaga’s bullying experience and how she solves the problem to prevent others from experiencing bullying. … Read more

A Critical Analysis of Civil Disobedience, an Essay by Henry David Thoreau

In his Essay, “Civil Disobedience”, Henry David Thoreau argues that society functions the most efficiently when it is not ruled by an overpowering monarch, or by a strong central government, but by the people, essentially having self-reliant peoples that do not necessarily need a government, per se, yet are able to call upon it in … Read more

The Assault: How to Recover From Trauma

Trauma survivors often cope by investing their entire energy into silencing and suppressing the harrowing events of the past. One such survivor is Anton Steenwijk, the protagonist of Harry Mulisch’s 1982 novel, The Assault. Especially in the first chapter after the “incident”, set during the liberation of Amsterdam, Mulisch portrays Anton’s experiences and condition as … Read more

How poor nursing communication and safety of patients can have a negative impact as presented in the case by lewis Blackman

One of the primary goals of nursing is safe and efficient patient care which can be achieved by skilled assessment and communication. Lewis Blackman’s case illustrates the effects of ineffective nursing communication and poor patient safety by violating American Nurses Association (ANA) Standards of Practice and Performance and ANA Code of Ethics. The Institute of … Read more

A Review of Immanuel Kant’s Philosophy on Lying

Lying in engrained into the world’s culture. It has become almost a fundamental in every society and is present nearly everywhere worldwide. But, paradoxically, it is condemned as well. Every major religion, legal statute, and even communal norm advises against telling falsehoods. Philosophers as far back as Immanuel Kant pontificated upon the ideology of lying; … Read more

Racial Capitalism in ‘Black No More’

‘Black No More’ by George Schuyler is a satirical race novel that is set during the 1940s America, a time when segregation and racism were highly prominent among white and black Americans. The plot of ‘Black No More’ narrates the consequence when black Americans are able to transform into a Caucasian (including erasing all African … Read more

Migration as Anthropocentric in Staying Put: Making a Home in a Restless World, a Book by Scott Russell Sanders

In Scott Russell Sanders’s book, “Staying Put: Making a Home in a Restless World”, Sanders addresses Salman Rushdie’s and the mass majority of the American public’s views on how migration brings tolerance in order to exemplify his point that migration is anthropocentric, that claims that migration cause tolerance are overblown and idealistic. Sanders also offers … Read more

Social responsibility regarding the environment

Social responsibility regarding the environment is one of the crucial areas in today’s corporate social responsibility. In order to sustain in this competitive world most of the industrial and corporate houses globally are incorporating the concept of environmental element in their business operations. These industrial houses are clear in their perspective that along with the … Read more

The Views of David Shipler on the Causes of Poverty in America

David K. Shipler presents many viewpoints across the political spectrum regarding the causes for poverty in the United States in The Working Poor: Invisible in America. Shipler states in his introduction, “This book is about [the working poor], their families, their dreams, their personal failings, and the larger failings of their country” (Shipler 4). While … Read more

The Politics of Knowledge in Feminist Literary Theory

To a substantial degree, the political system of patriarchy is dependent on the manipulation of knowledge. The biological, psychological, and economic discrimination against women, as well as other marginal groups, has relied upon the establishment of a singular construction of “truth” that is fundamentally exclusionary, yet regarded within the system as natural and objective. What … Read more

Juvenile Delinquency: The Violence of Today

Youthful crimes have become more evident and common in the modern society. Alike adults, kids can also run afoul of the law. Cases such as burglary, heist, and even murder, are now reportedly committed by individuals of younger and younger ages. Upon violating the constitution, an involved child then enters the criminal justice system, enlisting … Read more

Carlos Bulosan’s America Is in the Heart: Reconciling Postcolonial Conflict

America is in the Heart begins with Bulosan’s childhood and traces a difficult immigrant experience defined by poverty, rootlessness and illness and culminates in a remaking of his self through writing. As Rajini Srikanth notes, the novel is “curiously marked by a faith and idealism in the possibilities of the United States even as it … Read more