Applying Organizational Psychology

Introduction Organizational psychology is a science that involves applying psychology principles, and ways in the place of work (Diaz, 2011). Through scientific knowledge appliance, organizational efficiency is improved. Organizational psychology tends to study manners inside the organizational settings (Holt & Seki, 2011). The study assesses the procedures of recruiting, and socializing from the viewpoint of […]

Ethnographic Analysis

The last research study dealt with ethnographic observation of Twin Oaks Intentional Community. It was through field work that the community was noted as one of the intentional communities. According to Christian, “an intentional community is a group of people who have chosen to live with or near enough to each other to carry out […]

Management of Technology

Building quality by use of computers The rapid rise in the use of electronics and mostly personal computers started during the early 1970s. This was when leading personalities like Bill gates, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Larry Ellison and Steve Ball made significant contributions in the revolution of computers. However, the history of personal computers cannot […]

Architectural Wonders

The CN Tower Overview of the CN Tower The CN Tower is an amazing observation and communication tower standing in Ontario Canada. The tower was built by a railway company known as Canadian National (CN) which is also an important source for the name CN Tower. Its construction was completed in 1976 with a height […]

A Conversation with My Father and The Swimmer: Facing Tragedy at the End

The life of every person is unique indeed: every one of us chooses his/her own way and tries to follow the chosen way taking into consideration personal desires and the standpoints of people around. Sometimes, our personal desires do not make any harm, but sometimes the desire to follow own dreams may change many lives. […]

Theory of Ideology: Relations between Desire and Interest

Siegfried Kracauer’s The Salaried Masses: Duty and Distraction in Weimar Germany is one of the most fascinating books, which present German society as it is, describe the relationships between employers and workers, and underline their spiritual state and its impact on the things around. In this work, the author explains the essence of ethnography and, […]

Emotional Intelligence

“Emotions matter. Americans are becoming ever more aware that the ability to feel is as vital to our well-being as the ability to think.” (Segal, 1997). As science becomes more advanced we learn more and more about how the human body and the human mind work. We now understand that emotions are very important to […]

Issues in the Workplace

Human behavior is considered to be one of the most difficult things to comprehend: various places require various types of behavior; a person should behave one way with a certain group of people and should not use the same manners with another company. Of course, such issue like human behavior cannot be completely investigated; and […]

Saving Private Ryan:

Steven Spielberg is one of the most unique and genius film directors and screenwriters all over the world. His works usually arouse so much admiration and respect, and numerous awards and public’s recognition may serve as one of the best proofs of his professionalism. Saving Private Ryan is his fascinating work about the events during […]

Analysis of Short Story “The Management of Grief” by Bharati Mukherjee

“The Management of Grief” by Bharati Mukherjee To begin with, let us state that the story under consideration is the short story under the title “The Management of Grief” by an outstanding American writer Bharati Mukherjee. She was awarded a National Book Critics Circle Award in 1988 for her book “The Middleman and Other Stories.” […]

Sex, Lies, and Stereotypes: being prejudiced because of inequalities is not always correct

The ideas of sexism and homophobia are still considered to be one of the most burning ones and the most difficult to analyze. Lots of people cannot comprehend how people of the same sex may create couple, bring up children, and be a separate family institution. Female oppression and gay humiliation touch upon race and […]

As for Me and My House: Honesty and Reliability of the Narrator about the Relations with the Others

Canadian literary culture is considered to be rich and famous around the world; and in spite of the fact that some works were sold in a few copies only, their significance and their necessity is quite noticeable nowadays. As for Me and My House is “certainly one of the most distinctive ever to come out […]

Persuasive Message

E-tailing is the use of an electronic medium like the internet to sell retail goods and services. This method has improved the commercial industry as the goods are sold at minimal costs because the channels involved in the marketing process are minimized. Its growth has fastened the shopping and personalization behavior of the consumers. This […]

Implications of Poverty on Global Health and Research Methodologies Available To Medical Anthropologists

Implications of poverty on global health Poverty has been identified to exist in most if not all countries around the world. Inequality between the poor and the wealthy has been growing and at an alarming rate and inadvertently putting a strain on global health issues. A report by Shah (2009) indicates that eighty percent of […]

Computer systems in Hospital

Hospitals require to be installed with appropriate Information Technology (IT) systems in order to facilitate execution of tasks in hospitals. Application of computer systems in hospitals will help in minimizing extensive mobility within the hospitals as hospital workers move around to access physically dispersed people, knowledge and shared resources. Hospitals computer systems should have a […]

Resolving conflicts

It is believed that a conflict can be effectively resolved only if people search for the solution that can benefit both sides. Furthermore, decisiveness is often viewed as a negative force that only harms a person involved in a conflict or dispute. However, there are cases when decisiveness is the only morally responsible choice that […]

“Closing of America” and “New Competitors” analysis

Globalization is a very serious issue that has been discussed for several years. Some think that it is bad for developed countries, but some think globalization can have positive effects for developed countries. Richard Florida claims that globalization is inevitable, so it cannot be bad or good. Moreover, Florida thinks globalization is quite positive for […]

Advertising in Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly

Monopolistic Competition Advertising is a technique used by firms in monopolistic competition to create product differentiation and gain some control of the market, and as a result, charge a higher price. Excessive advertising will serve to inform consumers about the physical difference in the product and the perceived difference will lead to increased product differentiation. […]

War on Drugs and Its Effects

Introduction Drug trafficking has become a common problem in modern societies due to the high number of its effects. People have intentionally abused drugs by using them for purposes other than the prescribed ones. This has led to the formation of laws to govern drug trafficking and drug use in most countries that are determined […]

Framework of PPP Application in Public Housing Project in China

Introduction Public-private partnership is considered as one of the best ways of helping a country to achieve its developmental goals. One of the areas where this approach is highly used is in improving the housing sector. Numerous countries like the United States and Britain have successfully used public-private partnership to provide proper housing facilities to […]

Algae Interaction

Introduction Biological interactions can be defined as the effects an organism has on the others in a common ecosystem. Basically, no organism can survive as an ‘island’ lest it ceases to exist. Biological interactions are vital for the normal functioning of an ecosystem. As such, this leads us to identifying the kind of interactions that […]

A Beautiful Mind

Directed by Ron Howard in the year 2001, A Beautiful Mind is a chef-d’oeuvre film based on the life of Nobel Laureate in Economics, John Nash. The film brings out the struggles that Nash encounters with his mental health. In the year 1948, Nash enrolls at Princeton University as a graduate student and immediately stands […]

Analyzing an argument ‘The True Extremist on Abortion’ by Tom Trinkon

Introductory Paragraph Abortion is one of the issues in the history of America that has never had a clear resolve over the years. The American people are always divided on this issue raising arguments based on different views including religious and social elements. While some feel abortion subjects the unborn child into unfair death, others […]

Character analysis of Eve and Sita

Introduction Written by two different playwrights, The Ramayana and Paradise Lost by Maharshi Valmiki and John Milton respectively are ancient epic poems that present the nature of females during their relationship with men. While Valmiki presents Sita as an extraordinary woman with desirable characters, Milton describes Eve as a woman who is vulnerable to deviate […]

Analysis of the Chinese Experience in “A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America” by Ronald Takaki

Introduction This essay focuses on the events as narrated in chapter 8 of the book “A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America” by Ronald Takaki. The issues discussed include the reasons for the movement of the Chinese to America, the expectations of the Chinese; jobs, discrimination, contributions to America, power, economics, gender issues, bachelor […]