The Future of War

The future of war is traditionally an ever-changing aspect across the globe. Historians have argued that none of the previous societies learnt from history since changes, disruptions, or events can dent the forecast of the future. Traditionally, war relied on huge numbers of the military, especially during the European dominance. However, changing strategies of war required nations to establish new avenues to win the war. World wars elaborated the need for coalitions, advanced weaponry, and strategies to win the war. The World Wars led to the introduction of the scorched earth policy, aerial bombardments, nuclear weapons, block by block combat, and the establishment of strategic positions to deter...

RNR Model and Recidivism

The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) model is a mechanism employed by federal supervision system in the US and other nations such as Canada to supervise offenders with the aim of minimizing recidivism and possibly protecting the community from the risks posed by offenders (Sing et al., 2018). The RNR model is applied in risk assessment activities as it can establish the probability of an offender repeating a crime and also in identifying some criminogenic factors, which, if altered, can minimize the possibilities of recidivism (Singh et al., 2018). RNR Model and Recidivism The National Institute of Justice (2018), defines recidivism as relapsing to criminal activities and often occurs after one is...

Popularity of sci fi genre in modern cinema ( name of the topic can be slightly adjusted)

Introduction Public awareness regarding Science Fiction (Sci-fi) film genre and its consequent rise in production have been observed since the 1920s in America. To many people, the rise has risen with demand that is induced by the genre’s aspect of alluding greatest innovations of human mind, both existing and nonexistent, that seem to not only entertain but also give the next coming phases of technological advancements that promise solutions to the challenges we face today (Evnine, SJ 2015, p. 12. This study’s core objective is to describe the popularity of sci-fi genre in modern societies. Therefore, it will utilize available literature to define several research questions it has formulated so...

Police and the Institution

Police and the Institution There exists a mutual relationship between the police and the six major social institutions in society. At one point in life, police officers marry, have children, and start a family. Furthermore, each law enforcement officer is brought up in a familial setting. In the quest to balance marriage and career life, police officers may encounter challenges related to marital strife and emotional problems (Palmiotto & Unnithan, 2011). In the long run, this affects their productivity, development, and motivation. Police officers have the right to associate themselves with any religious affiliation. Law enforcement officers should not be criticized or mocked because of their...

Ongoing discrimination against Zainichi Korean in Politics and Government policies

The Zainichi are Koreans who hold permanent residency in Japan as foreign nationals. Most of them hold Japanese citizenship originating from as early as 1910 when the Japanese ruled in the Korean Peninsula (Beare, 2007). For a number of decades, the citizenships of the Zainichi Koreans have been discriminated upon by different government policies including the Treaty of San Francisco that failed to spell out the specific clauses regarding their continued stay in Japan. In an official revocation incident in 1952, the Japanese Government under the Civil Affairs Bureau in the Ministry of Justice affected the revocation notice thereby leaving the Zainichi Koreans with no clear status of their Japanese...

Mary Queen of Scots her Trail and Execution

STRATEGIC POLITICS INVOLVED IN THE IMPRISONMENT, TRIAL, AND EXECUTION OF MARY STUART, QUEEN OF SCOTS Name Course + Code Date Table of Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u 1.Introduction PAGEREF _Toc534506740 h 21.1.Performance and Spectacle at Court PAGEREF _Toc534506741 h 31.2.The Concept of Kairos PAGEREF _Toc534506742 h 42.The Making of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland PAGEREF _Toc534506743 h 62.1.Early Life (1542 – 1548) PAGEREF _Toc534506744 h 62.2.Education and Integration into French Society (1549 – 1556) PAGEREF _Toc534506745 h 62.3.Mary’s Marriages PAGEREF _Toc534506746 h 92.3.1.King Francis II of France PAGEREF _Toc534506747 h 92.3.2.Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley PAGEREF _Toc534506748 h...

Japanese Society – Globalization in Modern Japan

The thesis proposal on Japanese society The duality of the process of self-identification of the Japanese, belonging to both the West and the East, makes them think about their identity and clarify it. At different periods of their history, the Japanese have repeatedly faced the need to approach the present and, in this connection, clarify the specifics of their self-identification. And each time it happened during the periods of internationalization, which were accompanied by the intervention of "foreign" value systems and their pressure on the traditional regulatory systems of the Japanese, prompting them to determine who "We" and who are "They". Each of the three internationalization of Japan...

Japanese Internment

Holding Japanese war prisoners during the Second World War has been discussed over time with the intention of solving the controversy of the justifications behind the imprisonment. As expected, war entails a lot of economic and political plays with both sides attempting to gain ground over the other party. However, the forced holding of people who had not even participated in the war is hard to justify. For many, the move was undemocratic and unfair. Additionally, little has been done to atone for the holding. This paper intends to discuss the consequences of the Japanese internment for the Japanese Americans that were held in the camps both economically and socially and the justifications given by...

Film and Theatre: Is the novelty of cinematic romance lost in the 21st century?

FILM AND THEATRE: THE NOVELTY OF ROMANTIC MOVIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY Change in Romance presentation in Films in the 21st Century The subject of Romance in films has changed over the years. The “Romeo and Juliet” stories were the definition of films in previous centuries. People wanted to see romance in films (motion pictures at that time). However, there has been a difference in how films are being portrayed. Directors have opted to change the main themes in their films, and one of these changes is on the reduction of romance in films. This is an area worth considering especially with the possibility of the culture of romance which appears to lack space in the list charts of the modern-day...

Solve the conflict between Israel and Palestine

Arbitrating the dispute between Israeli and Palestine territories has been a significant concern for the global community as many consider it to be the best option besides meditation. Trying to solve the dispute between Israel and Palestine have taken more than two decades. Various people have shown intentions of having a constitutive strategy that would work between these two countries. The continuous ineffectiveness of the negotiations taking place between Israeli and Palestinians have shown that either of these countries cannot trust meditation. The Obama administration tried to bring peace to these countries. However, after more than two decades of talks involving American diplomats, it looks...