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Consumerism: The Negative Impact
May 17, 2019
Consumerism: The Negative Impact
The modern world faces many problems, the emergence of which is determined by the development trends that are typical of modern civilization. It is about consumption as a property of human existence, and more widely, as one of the characteristics of the essence of a man.
Blackfoot Glacier and Columbia River
May 15, 2019
Blackfoot Glacier and Columbia River
The power of nature has always mesmerized people, in ancient times people worshiped of different Gods, who were the rulers of varied natural phenomena. Wind, fire, earth, water - these phenomena can be both destructive and creative.
Contemporary Theology and Church
May 15, 2019
Contemporary Theology and Church
When analyzing contemporary theology topics touched upon by Paul Enns, one can assume that it is the issue of the emerging church that is also referred to as the emergent church. Indeed, it can be regarded as one of the most relevant aspects related to the contemporary church.
Vegetarian Lifestyle: Benefits and Challenges
May 14, 2019
Vegetarian Lifestyle: Benefits and Challenges
Vegetarianism is a way of life, characterized primarily by nutrition, which excludes the use of the flesh of any animals. Followers of strict vegetarianism, veganism, refuse to use all products of animal origin both in nutrition (milk of animals, eggs) and in everyday life (fur, skin, etc.)
Why affirmative action is immoral?
May 10, 2019
Why affirmative action is immoral?
Affirmative action is so-called positive discrimination. In other words, it is a policy aimed at eliminating the consequences of racial discrimination or discrimination based on gender. The main idea of the policy is that people who have been discriminated in the past must have different rights and benefits at the present.
The Relation between Cult of Personality and Religion
May 10, 2019
The Relation between Cult of Personality and Religion
In world history, there are many examples of how a close intertwining of ideology and religion spawned a cult of personality, as well as communist leaders, attempting to replace religion with a cult of personality, repressing the church and controlling the life of the peoples.
The Relation between Cult of Personality and Mass Media in Communist Regimes
May 8, 2019
The Relation between Cult of Personality and Mass Media in Communist Regimes
In modern society, information has acquired the highest value. The modern information society has generated an infosphere and even certain artificial images. Media communication is a process of purposeful creation, translation, and exchange of information.
 "A Civil Action" by Jonathan Harr
May 8, 2019
"A Civil Action" by Jonathan Harr
The essential part of life is an interaction between people, whether among little kids or officials in a government. Most parts of human lives are regulated by different factors it can be moral principles taught by society or inner beliefs.
Social Work and Human Services
May 7, 2019
Social Work and Human Services
Social work is very important nowadays because it helps people to feel safe in many ways, but the American model of social policy differs from other countries.
“The Hundred Steps:” Oedipal Conflicts
May 7, 2019
“The Hundred Steps:” Oedipal Conflicts
In the movie "The Hundred Steps", Dana Renga managed to incorporate the theme of Oedipus complex into the plotline.
 Comprehensive Definition of Behavior Patterns and Deviance
May 3, 2019
Comprehensive Definition of Behavior Patterns and Deviance
Deviance can be equated with total social disarrangement. Such behavior can be completely unconsciously. It means the person often doesn`t realize that they act wrong towards others.
“The Tempest”: Colonial Discourse
May 3, 2019
“The Tempest”: Colonial Discourse
Colonialism was an actual problem in the days of Shakespeare; therefore, Prospero and Caliban in the play “The Tempest” reflect largely the ideas of the power of colonialism
Setting and Achieving Goals. Memory Techniques
Apr 9, 2019
Setting and Achieving Goals. Memory Techniques
Setting goals seem to be an easy thing. We all have certain ideas about what we want to be or achieve in our lives. It is much harder to find the way to realize these ideas. This is what most of us consider to be essential.
Underage Drinking
Apr 9, 2019
Underage Drinking
Factors For and Against Lowering the Legal Drinking Age in the United States
“Chicago” Musical Production Critique
Apr 9, 2019
“Chicago” Musical Production Critique
I watched a 2002 musical “Chicago” based on the book written by Bob Fosse. The production was masterfully directed by Rob Marshall who choreographed and directed the screenplay written by Bill Condon. The director’s work, as well as the choreographic production, costumes, music and set design, were merged into an impressive criminal comedy story.
Disputes in a Unionized Workplace
Apr 5, 2019
Disputes in a Unionized Workplace
People who work in unionized workplaces are exposed to a complex system of relationships with other employees, employers, supervisors inside a company.
Liberalism, Nationalism (Socialism), Communitarianism
Apr 5, 2019
Liberalism, Nationalism (Socialism), Communitarianism
Despite the fact that there are several significant similarities between liberalism, nationalism (as well as socialism), and communitarianism, by and large, these philosophies are still different from one another. Many politicians agree on what can legitimize state actions; they, however, tend not to accept some specific aspects of those actions while focusing on the issues associated with the economy, sociology, and psychology and ignoring philosophical aspects.
‘Adhe Adhure’ by Mohan Rakesh
Apr 3, 2019
‘Adhe Adhure’ by Mohan Rakesh
Today’s reality is that it is Bollywood movies that are more known than Indian pieces of literature serving as a basis for theatrical productions. There is literally no one who would not watch or hear about Indian movies. However, Indian theater art and plays are no less outstanding and significant for Indian culture. The point is that theater art and literature are of long-standing origin, and therefore, it would be wrong to assume that theatre plays are less noteworthy.
 "Rose for Emily" - William Faulkner
Apr 3, 2019
"Rose for Emily" - William Faulkner
Rose for Emily is a story about the last representative of the noble Grierson’s family in Jefferson, the fiction town of William Faulkner
Revival Sermon Manuscript
Mar 29, 2019
Revival Sermon Manuscript
The word of God has sounded a great number of times in many places around the world in many forms and in many circumstances. It was always aimed at people’s conscious and thoughtful belief and repentance.