Psychology of Learning

The functional and behavioral aspects of the mind depict the need and desire to know when certain conceptual strategies of learning are incorporated (Desse, 1967). These concepts create space to learn effectively. We, therefore, need to evaluate and enumerate these concepts to enhance acquisition of knowledge and proper progresses in day to day learning processes. […]

Objectivity vs. Subjectivity

Introduction People have the ability to choose between objectivity and subjectivity. Objectivity refers to the ability to judge issues from a personal perspective. Objective thinkers see beyond what other people say. According to Pillar, objectivity is intelligence because it provides room for rational thinking and reasoning beyond the ordinary (par. 2). On the other hand, […]

Disagreement Concepts

Introduction Disagreement is the state of failure to have a common view out of a discussion; it originates from issues of controversial opinion or divergent views. Logical disagreement explains the controversy with respect to the law where controversy tries to oppose the legality which entails all civil and criminal law. On the other hand, controversy […]

Company Operational Data Model

Enterprise information architecture (EIA) is a process of describing a set of requirements, principles and models, and offering the current and future state guidance necessary for flexibly sharing and exchanging information required to achieve effective enterprise change (Bert & Wegner, 2009). The component model is the integral part of Enterprise Information Architect. It describes the […]

Workplace Incivility: Case Study

Case Synopsis This case describes the experiences of an individual who becomes alienated from the co-workers, because she continuously observes the negative behavior of her supervisors (Colquitt, LePine, & Wesson, 2009). It should be taken into account that the subject is a trainee at the branch of the company Enterprise Rent-A-Car. This person directly interacts […]

A proposal for an invitational rhetoric

Introduction In their article, “A proposal for an invitational rhetoric”, Foss and Griffin have discussed on both traditional rhetorical theories and invitational rhetoric; their aim is to offer an understanding of the above approaches, (2). This paper will describe the authors’ arguments regarding the above mentioned theories. Traditional rhetorical theories as defined by Foss and […]