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

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

How Social Media Has Changed Marketing?

What is social media? Internet based life is PC based innovation that gives offices like the creation and sharing of data, thoughts, profession interests and different types of articulation through virtual networks and systems. The assortment of remain solitary and implicit web based life benefits as of now accessible presents difficulties of definition. Numerous individuals … Read more

The Negritude Movement in France

Negritude was both a literary and ideological movement led by French speaking black writer’s intellectuals from France colonies in Africa and the Caribbean. The movement is marked by its rejection of European colonization and its rule in the African diaspora, pride in ‘blackness’ and traditional African values and culture mixed with an undercurrent of Marxists … Read more

The Authorial voice in Frederick Douglass’s My Bondage and My Freedom

Frederick Douglass’ second autobiography, My Bondage, and My Freedom, significantly revises key portions of his original narrative style and extends the story of his life to include his experiences as a traveling lecturer in the United States as well as England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Douglass also frames his second autobiography differently, replacing the introductory … Read more

How The Creation Of Leaders Brings Inequalities In Rank, Power, Wealth, And Eventually The Creation Of World Hunger

The society we exist in today has only been around for two thousand years; which consist of prime ministers, presidents, parliaments, congresses, cabinets, governors, mayors and much more other people in leadership positions. But there was a time in history, about 98 percent of our existence as a species as well as the four million … Read more

Social identity theory and gangs

How do we explain the behaviour of groups towards each other? We use the social identity theory of course. Also, for understanding the behaviour and cognition of individuals in respect of their social/collectivist contexts – more like African Psychology – and to put the collectivist self into context. (Hogg & Williams, 2000). According to the … 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

Tough Guise 2 – Jackson Katz On Violence, Media & Manhood

In Tough Guise 2, cultural theorist and anti-violence activist Jackson Katz reveals the horrors in America rooted in our incapability as a society to surpass outmoded ideals of manhood and the violence that follows it. Through several examples including racial, ethnic, and class lines, Katz examines “mass shootings, day-to-day gun violence, violence against women, bullying, … Read more

The Major Social Problem of Homelessness in America

Although the problem of homelessness may look of low analytical value among the researchers, this challenge has been considered catastrophic in America. With about 60, 000 veterans, 2.5 million children and 2.5% of the homeless adults respectively, it is indisputable that homelessness is a grand challenge in America (Henwood, 2015). As a result of this … 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

A Study of Prejudice against Religious Beliefs as Illustrated in Khaled Hosseini’s Book, The Kite Runner

How Discrimination Against Shi’a Muslims Mirrors a Country’s Wrongful Assumptions The novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini discusses alienation, and it reveals that the bigotry and disparity between various religious beliefs and ethnic/ physical features of groups of people are typically a direct reflection of the cultural, social, and economic conditions of the surrounding … Read more

Violet as a Smart-Thinker in "Feed"

In the futuristic world depicted in Feed by M.T. Anderson, nobody thinks for themselves – the feed thinks for them. Everyone is dependent on the feed and bored with their everyday lives. Because of this, the character Violet stands out. Violet’s unique upbringing caused her to become an educated thinker and excited about life, setting … 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

Racism, Materialism, and Sexism in Revolt of the Evil Fairies, A Perfect Day for Bananafish, and Trifles

Revolt of the Evil Fairies”, “A Perfect Day for Bananafish”, and “Trifles” each have an unseen presence that is so prevalent that it might as well be a character. “Revolt of the Evil Fairies” indirectly discusses the topic of racism, while “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” alludes to materialism, and “Trifles” mentions the subject of … Read more

Types of government

“The purpose of government”, as Thomas Jefferson said, “is to allow for the preservation of life and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness Government cannot give life, it cannot give liberty, and it cannot give happiness; it can only take such things away. Liberty, or freedom, is a topic which arises in any discussion concerning … Read more

Why Do People Immigrate?

Immigration is primarily the movement of people from their country to a different country of which they do not have citizenship. According to the data of the Census Bureau, there are almost 42.4 million immigrants in the United States. According to the data of 2015, there are approximately 11 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. … Read more

Hungry Ghosts: Mao’s Secret Famine by Jasper Becker – The Great Chinese Famine from 1958 to 1962

Hungry ghosts: Mao’s secret famine The book “Hungry ghosts: Mao’s secret famine” written by a British journalist Jasper Becker in 1996 is the first historical book which describes in detail the famine in China that took place between 1958 and 1962. Jasper Becker gathered details of this catastrophe from the people who survived this famine … Read more

Death Penalty Should be Abolished

Imagine you are accused of murder. You are poor so you know that you had a slim chance of winning without a good lawyer. There is very little evidence to support that you are innocent but still get put to death by lethal injection. Later on, after further research and investigation, people found out that … Read more

Violence in Schools: Causes and Effects

There are several causes result in school violence. Although violence in school takes place in many areas on the world, not many people know about the roots of this issue. The causes of school violence are divided into two main factors: subjective factors (using drugs and alcohol, poor education, personality) and objective factors (family, community … Read more

Text Recension: “Sex And Death In The Rational World Of Defense Intellectuals” 

Carol CohnDr. Carol Cohn is a professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and the founding director of the Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights; leader in the scholarly community addressing issues of gender in global politics, armed conflict and security. Her research and writing has focused on gender and security issues. The analyzed … Read more