Michael Useem's book, The Leadership Moment: Nine True Stories of Triumph and Disaster and Their Lessons for Us All is an insightful and engaging exploration of modern leadership. The book uses . . . .
The primary defining factor that distinguishes the Renaissance from the Middle Ages lies in the sociological movements that defines each era. While there are certainly differences in almost every . . . .
B.F. Skinner, a behavioral learning theorist, states that behaviors are learned and learning is represented by a permanent change in behavior. The components of this theory are reinforcers—good or . . . .
My interview subject is Dwight, a 43-year-old, gay male who has been my neighbor for the past two years. Prior to interviewing Dwight, I had made several inaccurate assumptions about this person. . . . .
This research paper discusses policies at the Alamo of affirmative action, the University of Michigan. The contradictory stances of Bush and Powell on this issue are dealt with. So is the position . . . .