The articles chosen tend to be more informative in illustrating the humanistic theories and the biological theories. The articles are more scholarly and add knowledge in comprehending and being able to apply the different ideologies concerning the comparison of the theories and application in the real life situation.
All too often reoccurring themes are similarly revealed in Judaism and Hinduism to include existential questions of why we are here, if a God(s) does exist why is there evil, is there freewill, and how do these faiths treat the afterlife? I will closely analyze these themes, to answer the existential questions on the two religions.
The unsung heroes of society, social workers, aren’t often considered to be the top of professionalism. From the outside, it looks like a job that anybody off the street can apply for. Social work revolves around helping people; with common sense as your guide, surely you will be able to complete all of your tasks correctly! This assumption is far from accurate, however. It takes many people by surprise to find out that social workers may need a BA or even an MA in order to compete for a job in social work. In fact, many did not know you needed a degree at all.
This argument is rather pedestrian, especially considering that the modern society is based on co-existence. Taking the United States as an example, multi-cultural societies are inevitable in the contemporary world, where globalization is the force behind the destiny of the human race. Race should not be the determining factor as far as what one will do is concerned. On the contrary, all races should be treated equally with such doctrines as the equal employment opportunity being the guiding principles.
Greene, Graham. Collected Short Stories: Twenty-one Stories: a Sense of Reality: May We Borrow Your Husband? London: Penguin, 2000.
The author of this book is a notable writer who explores the ambivalent moral and political contentious issues in the current world. His collection of short stories and plays revolves around the contemporary issues of love, sexual desire and obsession. The author highlights the environment that we live while associating with the people we love or those we admire and lust after.
Product development and intellectual property laws are intertwined in their focus of protecting the fashion industry. With this, the laws identify trademarks, names, source, and logos within the fashion industry and focuses on protection of the same against copying and raids by pirates (Blakley 1). As such, the fashion industry attains a safe market, which is free from disputes based on trademarks designs and rights. Trademark depicts a valuable company asset, which in the fashion industry contributes towards attainment of a big economic impact. The key target areas of the fashion law are the photographers, designers, retail chains, models, high fashion houses and manufacturers among other individuals. Thus, these laws have an obligation of ensuring that copying does not occur and these persons engage in the best practice of ensuring originality in all their activities in the fashion industry.
The institution of matrimony is the one which has to wade through many troubled waters and thereby is considered to be one of the most volatile and sensitive relationships which is quite often threatened by infidelity. For instance, in today’s world, we get to see marriages falling apart like a house of cards and the culprit of these mishaps are more often not the infidelity of one or both of the partners. It is quite natural for a married couple to lose interest in each other’s personalities which if often perceived to be the root cause of infidelity.
Ethical and racial identity is a very important part of a total framework of collective and individual identity. Looking at the minority group in countries like the United States, ethical and racial identities are demonstrated in extremely cognizant ways. This demonstration is mostly generated with two contradictory cultural and social influences. To begin with, deep conscious immersion into cultural values and traditions through educational, neighborhood, familial, and religious communities instills a positive logic of confidence and ethnic identity. Secondly, individuals repeatedly must sieve ethnic identity via media messages and negative handling from others for their ethnicity and race.
The novel concerned in this book review is a novel by Chinua Achebe entitled Things Fall Apart. The novel’s main character is a man named Okonkwo; at the beginning of the novel, the protagonist is portrayed as a strong man, capable of doing good things for his village and his people (Achebe). However, the protagonist is living in his father’s shadow, as his father often borrowed money from those in the village with the complete inability to pay it back. In his attempt to seem strong, Okonkwo participates in the killing of a young boy who views him as a father figure; after the death of the boy, things begin to go wrong for Okonkwo, and he is sent into exile (Achebe). Once he returns from exile, he is confronted with the presence of colonialism in his village; he and others react violently against this colonial presence, eventually burning down a Christian church. At the end of the novel, Okonkwo hangs himself rather than be tried in the colonial court (Achebe).
Kindred is a 1976 novel by Octavia butler. The novel is a combination of African American literature and science fiction. This is because the book tells the story of slavery from the perspective of 1976 woman. The novel also entails elements of fantasy as it involves time travel and of course acts of heroism by the time traveler.
Dana is a young African American woman who has just moved into her new apartment with her husband Kevin in California. On the ninth of June 1976 as Dana is busy unpacking in their new apartment she suddenly gets dizzy. Her vision gets blurry and all of a sudden her environment seems to slowly fade away. She wakes up in Maryland but there is a twist. It is now the nineteenth century.