All papers submitted by Isiah D.

Isiah D. studied at Florida Atlantic University, USA, with average GPA 3.71 out of 4.0.

Educational Implications of Learning and Developmental Theories

Abstract Theories of learning and development provide important knowledge on which educational practices and activities are based. This document discusses the roles of teachers, factors which motivate learners and how learners acquire information as well as the factors which influence curriculum design and delivery as explained by cognitive, constructivism, social, behavioral learning as well as […]

The Asian Tigers Financial Crises

An overview of the Asian Tigers financial crises The occurrence of the financial crunch stormed the South East Asia Tigers economies from mid 1997 to early 1998. The world most impressive and highest economic development rates were listed in South East Asian republic of South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand in the […]

Gideon Goal Case

Introduction Australian law constitutes one of the best world jurisdictions consisted of English common law, federal laws enacted by the parliament and laws enacted by the parliament of the Australian states and territories (Carvan 2002). However like many other laws Australian law faces challenges in the course of changing world and the law is as […]

DL Limited Company Business Plan

Executive Summary Education model in the contemporary world has taken a new face where by the conventional education has been complemented by e learning. According to national center for education statistics 20.4 percent of college student across the world subscribe to distance learning program. DL limited is a new UK company that is a part […]

Afghanistan in the 20th Century

Introduction: General Overview of the Topic with Regard to the Sources After the reign of Abdur Rahnam who split the history of Afghanistan into two parts, the 20th century introduced a new model of government. The country reached political independence which new horizons in exploring new social, political and economic terrains. However, slow growth of […]

Power and Agency in the Classroom

Summary The article, ‘Betwixt Safety and Shielding in The Academy: Confronting Institutional Gendered Racism’ by Cobb-Roberts presents an experience of cultural diversity of one African-American lecturer who teaches in a white student-dominated institution. According to Cobb-Roberts (2012), the story is about a white student who complains of disapproval with the way the lecturer and his […]

Decline of the British Seaside Resort Industry

Introduction According to Williams (2008, p. 10), a seaside resort, also referred to as a beach resort, is a hotel located along a coastline. Such geographical locations are major tourist attractions around the world. There are many seaside resorts around the world. Examples of such resorts are those found in the United Kingdom. They include, […]

The Anti-Globalization Movement

The primary aim of this research is analyzed the anti-globalization movements and their impacts on the international firms and international business. This paper conducts scholars’ research to evaluate both sides of the globalization argument. This research paper includes the views of different scientists and authors related to the topic of the anti-globalization movement and their […]

Policies of the United States in the Asia–pacific

The US economic and security policies have played a critical role in influencing Asia-Pacific nations, which include China, Japan, Australia and Vietnam. Part of the influence includes the introduction of democracy among the nations except China and a few others (Cameron 173). In addition, the war against terrorists in Afghanistan and Iraq has greatly improved […]

Transition from communism to socialism

People from different places in the world live according to standards, which the society dictates. Human beings start practicing the societal decrees at significantly tender ages. Consequently, people develop behaviors that are congruent with the traditional practices evident in a distinct society. Individuals and societies may become curious thus seeking to decipher how to shift […]

Sustainable Resource Management

Introduction One of the major challenges facing Australia today comes in form of managing its water supply in the face of rising water demand, an increasingly drying climate brought about by global warming and subsequent industrial pollution, which has affected overall water quality in locations such as Lithgow. Sustainable resource management in this particular case […]

U.S. Anti-Dumping Law’s history, trace of implementation, and impacts on business and the society

Introduction Antidumping, sometimes abbreviated as AD, is a source of controversy regarding several practices within the international trade. While many leaders and politicians may have lost their passion and zeal to implement antidumping laws, economists and other trade reformers still believe that antidumping is necessary in nurturing a sustainable international trade environment. In most cases […]

Human Resource Management

The Human Resource Management (HRM) refers to the section of an organization associated with a set of unique, best practices that aim to recruit, develop, reward and manage people in ways that create high performance systems (Bratton, and Gold 2012). Others view HRM as a simple repackaging of good personnel management practices (Som 2008). The […]

Southern Sudan Referendum

Introduction Southern Sudan is currently conducting a referendum and the voting exercise has been scheduled to run from January fifth to fifteenth 2011. The referendum is being conducted after a consensus between the North and the South on the modalities of power sharing between the two blocks had been set (The Kansas City Star). The […]

The Failure of Leadership in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina exposed the shocking degree of unpreparedness of the Federal Government, FEMA, various local and state officials, and the residents of New Orleans when it comes to dealing with hurricane-force winds and massive flooding brought by the said storm. In the initial days of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina many questions were left unanswered. […]

Change Management: Process, Resistance & Solutions

Introduction Organizations throughout the world are under constant pressure to adapt to change triggered by shifts in business environments, competition in the market, convergence of technology, political realignments, organizational restructurings, changing demographics, and new demands and preferences from customers and stakeholders (Hangopal 23). Indeed, the performance and competitive advantage of many organizations operating in the […]