The Paradox of Social Class and Sports Involvement Critical Writing

Abstract The article of Thomas C. Wilson (2002) will be critically analyzed in this thesis. The study in that article was to establish the role of sports involvement in the creation of social classes within the society. The author opined that high educational level or the income distribution of participants increases people’s tendency of involving […]

The Family is God’s Tool of Revealing Himself to the World Critical Writing

God intends the family to be one of the fundamental units of society, with Adam the first man, being the symbolic father of the family of humanity. Since time immemorial the Christian family has played a crucial role not only as the solid foundation of the society but also as one of the units through […]

Capitalist Societies Critical Writing

In capitalist societies, the economic and political spheres cannot be separated. The appropriating class gains enormous control over the productive process, while the state is assigned the social or public activities formerly carried out directly by the owning class (Naiman 1999). I do not agree with this principle argument advanced by Naiman, and discussed below […]

Faux Friendship Essay

Recent advances in technology have enabled expedited and exponential growth of social networking sites. These social sites have grown both in terms of number and popularity, reaching out to people from all walks of life. The fact that social networking sites have been able to rekindle old friendships as well as create new acquaintances has […]

Social Analysis in Canada Critical Writing

In Getting Started on Social Analysis in Canada Clarke, Czerny, Davies and Swift explain that the Third World conditions experienced in the southern countries (Third World countries) are as a result of unfair economic constitutions adopted by the rich nations, which are the US and the Western European countries (110). They argue that although international […]

Questionable Premise Critical Writing

Introduction On 21 December of the year 2009 in the New York Times, there was an article by Natalie Angier titled, “Sorry, Vegans: Brussels sprouts like to live, too”. The views presented by Natalie here suggest that animals do endure being eaten by man in order to serve the exchange of the damage to plants […]