Peer Review of Authorship Ethics

The author demonstrates a fair understanding of the ethical issues associated with assigning authorship to a manuscript or scientific report. The author shows that establishing authorship is through building significant contribution to an article (Handyman 2011). The author also indicates that all authors named in a publication should play a substantial role in all the […]

Counselling Theory of Freudian Psychoanalysis

This paper reflects upon how I believe the application of psychoanalysis can become an integral part of Christian counseling. The foremost idea that is being explored throughout the paper is that, even though the theory of psychoanalysis appears to contradict a number of Biblical conventions; it nevertheless correlates with the overall spirit of Christianity, as […]

Openness and Wage Inequality in Developing Countries

Summary Written by Adrian Wood, the article Openness and Wage Inequality in Developing Countries: the Latin American Challenge to East Asian Conventional Wisdom, explores the effects of openness and wage inequality especially in developing countries. The conventional wisdom theory of East Asian is analysed in relation to the experience of the Latin America countries in […]

Religious Studies: The Doctrine of the Christian life by John Frame

People have different paths to understanding the fundamental principles of the Christian ethics. While following these paths, it is important to find the answers to all the questions which can be rather challengeable and controversial. John Frame’s The Doctrine of the Christian Life provides readers with discussions of a lot of basic and problematic issues […]

Criminology: What is the Solution to the Prison Problem?

Introduction The work of Angela Davis in her book, “Are Prisons Obsolete?”, introduces readers to the current state of the U.S. system of imprisonment and rehabilitation. She reveals the correlation between corporate interests, racial profiling, current laws and how such factors have contributed to the growing population of inmates within U.S. penitentiaries. Her book reveals […]

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

REBT Case Conceptualization Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) refers to a detailed psychotherapeutic and philosophical treatment for resolving behavioral and emotional challenges among clients. Through this process, individuals can live happily, and achieve their desired objectives in life. This therapy points out that people develop and formulate opinions, which make them distressed. In this case, […]

Trodden Weed

Introduction The art piece Trodden Weed is a painting depicting a man’s boots walking on a patch bearing what appear to be weeds. It was created in 1951 by the artist Andrew Wyeth, who later came out to explain that it was self-portrait. According to Wyeth, he had undergone an eight-hour surgical operation on his […]

The Maya of Morganton

Introduction History traces Morgantown as a stopping point for distinguished frontiersmen like Davy Crocket and Daniel Boones. It is also associated with the representative of the church of the Latter Saint, Senator J. Ervin. Maya, a group consisting of mostly immigrants from Guatemalan forms a majority of the population of this town. The town buildings […]

Development of a Systematic Perspective on School Based Management Policy and Implementation

Introduction The research paper is a critical examination of the concept of school based management. It is no doubt that public schools have in the recent past rethought and redesigned the manner with which they opt to operate effectively and efficiently via the process of restructuring or systematic reforms (Fiske, 1995). To show that the […]

Legislative Critique on Maritime Port and Security Act 2002

Introduction The legislative commission chair, Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Subcommittee chairperson and Intelligence agency head backed Maritime Port and Security Act 2002. The Act incorporates the numerous national, state, confined and personal regulations enforcement bureaus managing the sanctuary of the global boundaries at America’s harbors. The statement permits additional defense detectives, extra testing paraphernalia, […]

Leading with Soul Response

The foremost characteristic of post-industrial living is the fact that; whereas, the exponential progress in the fields of informational technology and genetics had left very little room for monotheistic religion in the minds of most Westerners – due to being affected by intellectual and very often biological degradation, many of these people nevertheless continue to […]

Law and Constitution

Introduction Social scientists have subjected the conduct of attorneys to theoretical conceptualization in cases of litigation on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. A spirited discussion by legal scholars has been advanced to assess the conduct of attorneys in the said litigation. The dominant issue in the said debates has been to establish the role […]

Creating a Plan for Positive Influence

Introduction Teams are effectively working groups, which share similar ambitions and strive to accomplish definite goals. The finest technique, which aids in achieving business and team success, is developing a solid plan. A team utilizes a plan as a chart for reference thud determining the desired levels of success. Establishing and heading results-oriented team starts […]

Capital Moves

Introduction Every business organization has some central region where it carries out most or all of its activities. The location of the places is influenced by various factors that relate to the operations of the organization. Environmental conditions prevailing in some region have significant impact on the location of business capitals in the region. The […]

Education and Social Justice

The articles have affirmed my understanding about education and social justice. Educational inequality is something associated with social inequality (Smyth, 2010). Any attempt to deal with educational inequality should always examine the complexities of social disparity. The society should also reduce the gap between the poor and the rich. This practice will support every learner […]

The Role of the Youth Leader

“The Indispensable Youth Pastor” book by Mark Devries and Jeff Dunn-Rankin offers invaluable information to persons involved in ministry work that targets the youthful population. It is indeed a life-changing book especially for individuals who are still new in the youth ministry work. For instance, there are a number of key considerations that a prospective […]

Leadership Approach

Introduction All organizations and institutes constantly strive to raise their levels of performance and productivity. To reach the set goals of increased productivity in the organization, the contribution made by all members in the organization is crucial. Even so, these contributions can only achieve optimal impact if there is a strong leadership in place to […]

Reflective Journal about Personal Philosophy of Behavior Management

Introduction Learning is a complicated process that requires professional and proper management. In addition to quality management, learning requires cooperation of all stakeholders including general school managers, teachers, students, parents, top education officials as well as the wider society where learning institutions are located. Being a complex process, effective learning can only take place within […]

Destructive Leadership

Critical Learning Points The article by Birgit Schyns and Jan Schilling (2012) offers an analysis of the phenomenon of destructive leadership along with its possible consequences. The following points from the article appear to be important to me. Destructive leadership is described as “a process in which over a longer period of time the activities, […]

The Emotional and Social Intelligences of Effective Leadership

Critical Learning Points The article by Ronald E. Riggio and Rebecca J. Reichard (2008) offers an analysis of the social and emotional skills that should be developed by a leader. A number of their ideas appeared to be especially appealing to me. Since leadership presupposes working with people, the importance of social skills cannot be denied. […]

Implementation of a Change Programme in a Multinational Company

The global business environment is constantly developing and making organisations adapt to these processes while managing change. In this context, the organisational change is a process of changing the company’s direction in the work, strategies, and behaviours in order to address new goals corresponding with the progress of the business environment (Cameron & Green 2015). […]

A Nurse-Led Email Reminder Program

The responsibilities of the registered nurses include a wide variety of activities among which there are the performance of physical exams, the management of health histories, the administration of medications, the collaboration with other medical professionals, the interactions with the patients concerning their knowledge of their diseases and conditions (American Nurse Association, n. d.). When […]

Social Media Analysis for Qatar Airways

Executive Summary Business organizations regardless of the industry are subjected to micro and macro-environmental factors. These factors play key roles in the determination of various operational aspects of any firm. In this case, Qatar Airways is dedicated to develop a social media, which allows the company to improve its airlines services and general customer communications. […]

The Rationale for TEFL Materials

Introduction Learning materials play a significant role in teaching an English programme. English teachers often use a wide range of instruments to facilitate teaching and learning processes (Wright 2010). The advent of the World Wide Web has transformed the manner in which teachers design learning and instructional materials. In essence, the internet has provided an […]

Bill’s Lesson on Speaking and Pronouncing English Words

Introduction This treatise offers a comprehensive critique of the lesson taught by Bill, the teacher, in an elementary classroom. The lesson is about speaking and pronunciation of English words by learners who are learning to speak in English. Bill makes good use of the dialogue frame as the primary tool for practising speaking and pronunciation […]

Privacy Perspectives

Privacy is a value that people in the world today hold in high esteem. Traditionally, the value of privacy was based on the strong belief that each individual deserves the right to be left alone and the right to choose what he/she wants to disclose to other people. The concept of privacy has become significantly […]

Implementing Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in EFL Classrooms

The Internet and modern technologies have changed the nature of learning. Thousands of teachers throughout the world consider computer-aided learning as a kind of dream that will bring only positive outcomes. The implementation of the computer-assisted language learning (CALL) in EFL classrooms can be rather a challenge. Many scientists have conducted researches aiming to investigate […]

Senior Leadership Team

Introduction The senior leadership team is the most significant and powerful group for managing and leading people in many schools because their decisions usually have implications concerning the organization as well as the students, staff and the entire community. Senior leadership team refers to a program that is designed for those teachers with management and […]

Understanding and Managing Resistance to Organisational Change

Introduction In the ever changing dynamic world, change is inevitable. Businesses have to be adjusted with the changing environment. Change in a business is a gradual process that must be well planned. The management should be actively involved in the change process since support is required from all corners. When an organization or a country […]