Essays

The Social Fabric of the Platonian State

Introduction Social fabric is the composition of any state and consists of the rate of employment, values of the environment, levels of education, ethnic composition, and wealth. On the other hand, a Platonian State is an ideal city that Plato envisioned. In one of Plato’s most significant works, The Republic,...

The Influence of Papacy in XIII

XIII century became the apogee of the papacy political and spiritual power. In fact, the highest point of the papacy dominance was reached during the pontificate of Innocent III. The history of the Church argues that Innocent III was the most outstanding Pope of the Middle Ages. The phenomenon of...

Effect of Rapid Economic Growth on the Water Resource in Western China

Abstract The paper discusses the negative situation connected with the water resources in the Western China and its influence on the economic growth in this region. This paper analyzes numerous studies on the issue and concludes that water scarcity in China is an urgent issue. It affects the Chinese economic...

Strategic Threats

Environmental issues are closely related to the health problems. If the air is polluted, the quality of water is low and the food resources are scarce, people suffer from different health disorders caused by these factors. Environmental problems are revealed in different forms. Nowadays, scholars discuss a rapid climate change,...

Should There Be Other Activities in Christmas Holiday Than Celebrations?

All around the world, people eagerly wait for Christmas holiday to come simply because of the celebrations that are associated with this holiday. The Christmas period is usually dominated by different types of celebrations such as late night partying, church celebrations and cinema watching. In addition, this is the time...

Reconfiguration of Indigenous Curatorial and Social Practices in Western Paradigms

Introduction In fact, the museum in western society is symbolic, complex and multi-layered. Moreover, it is a sign of liberation, domination, learning, and leisure. The museums are associated with the cultures that generate them, the films, the photographs and other forms of presentations. The museum acts as a site for...

Racial Problem in America

Racism has been a major issue facing United States of America since slavery and colonial era. Socially or legally rights and privileges were granted to white American at the expense of non-native people such as Asian Americans, Hispanic, Latino African and American Americans. White American were given exclusive rights in...

Political Science

Like other regions in the world especially the African Countries which faced colonization, the Latin American region underwent a total change in its political, social, economic and cultural systems as a result of the colonization. The paper examines the impact of colonization on the economic, cultural and political spheres in...

Opposing Views on Design

Introduction In order to be the successful and innovative designer, one should comprehend the essence of design as well as its key practical implications. However, the issue under consideration is very complex as different authors propose their vision of design and its key elements. For this reason, it is reasonable...

National vs. Human Security

In the foreign policy discourse, there has been an argument about whether to accept that human security is national security. Those who oppose the idea argue that its definition is too vague for implementation as a policy. Proponents assert that globalization and interdependence of nations have changed the nature of...

Individual Critical Thinking Assignment

In her article “The New Age of Bullying and Violence in Health Care,” Fink-Samnick uses qualitative ethnographic research method to explore the incidence, scope, and organizational impact of workplace bullying and violence (WPV). In addition, the expert observes its implications for the emerging interprofessional practice culture in the health industry....

Genesis and Evolution of Korean Honorifics

Abstract Korean language is founded on an established and properly coordinated honorific language. This is based on an established morphology according to the Korean culture, and is one of the few cases of such language cases in the world. There are vast mechanisms upon which this morphology thrived, and its...

Gender Stereotypes in Mass Media

How Media Portray Gender Stereotypes: Introduction Do you ever wonder why Tide and Vanish commercials always display women doing the laundry and cleaning bathrooms instead of men? Or why Range Rover commercials typecast men as adventure lovers and always include a group of male friends driving the cars instead of women?...

Elements of Fiction in Flannery O’Connor

When Flannery O’Connor was once asked to name her life’s key influences, she stated, “being a writer, a Southerner and a Catholic”. It is important to take these influences into account for the analysis of O’Connor’s fiction. The elements of fiction of this writer have been described as Christian tragicomedy....

Critical Review of Exhibition Valentin De Boulogne: Beyond Caravaggio

Exhibitions play an imperative role in modern museum circles as sometimes they are the only opportunity for connoisseurs to see works of art that are usually displayed in other countries. Another function of contemporary exhibitions is to collect the pieces devoted to a similar theme or done by one artist...

Civil Society as the Main Cause of the Fall of the Weimar Republic

It is believed that active civil society guarantees democracy and ensures the stability of the political system. The Weimar Republic is a prominent example of political freedom in the interwar Europe. Its structure and form of government incorporate all of the values of a democratic society. At the same time,...