The Family

Articles Review Student’s name Institutional affiliation Articles Review The article Age Differences in Dating and Marriage: Reproductive Strategies or Social Preferences present time context and preferences of female male relations with regard to selection of partners. Davis (1998) in the paper contends that Previously, older males preferred younger females, since they provided fertile reproductive attributes, while females preferred older men for their material advantages. However, these preferences keep changing. Younger males are continually searching for older females, due to material advantages and vice versa (Davis, 1998). Imperatively, due to high divorce rates, older females are...

Interpretivist Ethnography Approach

AMPLIFYING FORGOTTEN VOICES: EXAMINING THE DISCONNECT BETWEEN KARELA RESIDENTS AND GOVERNMENT POLICY Name Tutor Institution City Date Abstract The article is a research proposal article aimed to examine the disconnection between Kerala government and government policy. Kerala is one of the poor localities in India, but many studies have always praised the region, using it as an example in many cases, because of its success and well-being despite the low GDP. The paper notes that previous studies always appear to take a positivist approach without considering how the citizens feel. The paper, therefore, is written as a proposal to research that first acknowledges the three mass problems...

Chapter 2 Ideas about Japaneseness Nihonjinron and Influences

Chapter 2: Ideas about Japaneseness, Nihonjinron, and Influences Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Abstract While the concept of Nihonjinron helped Japan navigate through the devastating post-war period, it encouraged the development of homogeneity influences that have affected society adversely. Precisely, Nihonjinron has encouraged the discrimination of minority groups such as Zainichi Koreans. Japanese homogeneity is a myth that encourages the suppression of indigenous people. The idea that the country is homogenous and the existence of ethnic discrimination is impossible due to the lack of diversity is central to the illusion of Nihonjinron. The illusion has encouraged...

Brief discussion about Foreign direct investment and Abuse of tax treaties of India and impact on FDI after changing treaties

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND ABUSE OF TAX TREATIES OF INDIA AND IMPACT ON FDI AFTER CHANGING TREATIES IN INDIA-MAURITIUS TRADE By Student’s name Professor Course School City Date TABLE OF CONTENTS TOC o "1-3" h z u CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION PAGEREF _Toc512139695 h 3Background PAGEREF _Toc512139696 h 4Research questions PAGEREF _Toc512139697 h 5Statement of problem PAGEREF _Toc512139698 h 5Significance of study PAGEREF _Toc512139699 h 6Hypotheses PAGEREF _Toc512139700 h 7CHAPTER 2: THE LITERATURE REVIEW PAGEREF _Toc512139701 h 7Intentions of the 1982 Tax Treaty PAGEREF _Toc512139702 h 7Impact of the 1982 Tax Treaty PAGEREF _Toc512139703 h 8Change of the Treaty PAGEREF _Toc512139704 h...

Zainichi Korean in Japan

Author’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Course: Date: Zainichi Korean in Japan Introduction Speculations about the nature and origins of the people of Japan debates over their identity, their self-image construction, and their nation have been recurrent on the Japanese political and intellectual life over the decades. Recently, a literature genre commonly referred to as Nihonjinron has been used over the years to highlight these speculations. The western scholars have critically been scrutinizing this genre. To get an understanding of its context and to analyze what it says about the people of Japan, the scholars have focused on the nature of theories constructed, their self-imagery and...