Project Management - Getting the Best Out of Human Resources to Create Higher Morale and Better Productivity
This paper serves a fourfold purpose: a) the first task is to . . . .
Instructional Design Competency Testing for Students
The process of applying the instructional technology knowledge base to the education and training needs of the workforce is referred to . . . .
What strong and positive actions can school take to help solve the problems of youth?
The poet Langston Hughes once asked if the proverbial "dream deferred" of a . . . .
Dell Computer Organization Problems
—Dell Computer Organizational Problems
There are a few big names in computing everyone seems to know: Apple, IBM, Dell. And . . . .
Influence of Media Violence
Blaming Social Violence on the Media
Violence in the media has statistically increased in the last decade, yet incidences of societal violence have not . . . .
Compare and contrast factorial ecology with radiocentric explanations
Factorial ecology versus radiocentric explanations of urban development
Currently, two . . . .
Unnecessary and Confusing Features in Consumer Products
Bill Bryson's Design Flaws is a well-thought out essay that expresses exactly how consumers feel when they are confronted with . . . .
Labor and Monopoly Capital
HARRY BRAVERMAN's book Labor and Monopoly Capital carries the tradition of Marxist schools. The author focuses on the labor process under the Fordism, arguing . . . .
Drinking: Problems with Norms on Campus.
Sociology is a science that studies people: what makes them tick, the patterns of their behavior and how the individual fits within the schema of . . . .
The question of the type of society we currently live in can be determined by examining the Fordist, neo-Fordist, and post-Fordist society models. Each model has its own . . . .
Diffusion of Innovation theory consists of explaining not only the spread of new objects but also new ideas. According to Bell (1968), innovation of diffusion is considered as the key locomotive . . . .
Christ and the Christology of Jesus as a Shepherd
As a Jesuit priest, Thomas Rausch approaches the topic of Christology with intellectual honesty, and a dash more faith than many other . . . .
Sociology of News
This essay attempts to focus on the sociology of news in regard to the conflicts of Northern Ireland. By 'sociology of news,' this report refers to the . . . .
Future of the Latin American Music Recording Industry
A recent television commercial for the Honda motor cars complete the dialogue of features and benefits of new products with three words . . . .
Educational difficulties across the nation have been receiving increasing amounts of attention over the past decade. Despite the attention of teachers, researchers, and . . . .
Across the county, education is struggling to uncover the reasons for continuing levels of academic achievements, and recover its place of world class leadership which it once . . . .
Video Games and Aggression
In the past several years, media violence has been increasingly blamed for promoting aggression among children. As a result, some cities have . . . .
Suicide and Society
Suicide: An Individual Phenomenon or a Societal Construct?
Statistics show that suicide rates in the U.S. are highly predictable. It is . . . .
The problem of children being born to teenagers is a common factor in many countries of the world, and also in United States. In US, the federal government . . . .
It seems ludicrous in the extreme that anyone could derive from these two fairly overblown paragraphs much of anything true about violence. Must atrocities always be violent? Can . . . .
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