Women equality

Women Equality Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Women Equality Gender Equality is a state of acquiring equal ease in access to opportunities and resources regardless of gender. It includes decision-making and economic participation; as well as the condition of valuing various behaviors, needs equality and aspiration in spite of gender. Gender equality is also referred to as sexual equality. It is the equality that exists between both men and women. It involves the concept which states that all human beings have the freedom to make their choices and establish their abilities without any limitation that is set by strict gender role, stereotypes and prejudices. Basing on the issue of...

The plight of african americans in the early 1990s

Name Professor Course Date The Plight of African-Americans in the Early 1900s The African-American civil movements are among the most prolific events in the country. William Edward Burghardt Du Boi in his poem The Song of the Smoke advocates for social justice and unification of Americans’ irrespective of racial and cultural backgrounds. Strangely enough, he does this by figuratively describing the plight of the Black community before and even after the Civil War. The poem is highly symbolic and takes a considerable effort to underline the central themeCITATION Wil07 p 1-5 l 1033 (Dubois 1-5). The poet does this to avoid legal repercussions associated with activism and to invoke a sense of...

The influence of christianity on kamba marriage customs

DISSERTATION PROPOSAL by (Name) The Name of the Class (Course) Professor (Tutor) The Name of the School (University) The City and State where it is located 03 February 2018 Dissertation Proposal The spread of Christianity on African continent and its interaction with local ethnical groups created unusual forms of practice of religious customs on the continent. One of the most multiethnic countries in Africa is Kenya which is a home for hundreds of nations one of which is Kamba people. The religious distribution of this small nation (almost 3 million inhabitants) is quite equally divides it between Christianity and local religions and worships. The inclusion of Christian elements...

The goals of punishment

The Goals of Punishment Student Name Institutional Affiliation The Goals of Punishment The main aims of punishment as per the Criminal Justice System in the U.S. include deterrence, rehabilitation, retribution, restitution, and incapacitation (Creative Commons, 2015). Deterrence limits the occurrence of crime in future by provoking fear in an individual and the public. Deterrence may be either specific or general. Specific deterrence involves a defendant whereby after the government punishes an individual, the individual refrains from committing the crime to prevent being subjected to similar punishment. General deterrence consists of the public and functions on the basis that the public...

Sugar tax

SUGAR TAX CONSUMPTION AND SPENDING Name Course Tutor's Name University City and State Date Sugar Tax Consumption and Spending There has been a lot of debate on whether or not sugar should be subjected to tax or not. While taxing sugar, the effect will not only be felt by sugar products but also on the consumer. Consumers will be affected by the way they consume as well as spend on sugar products. The research will be conducted to examine the effect of taxing sugar on consumption and spending patterns of consumers. One would wonder why the sudden concern about taxing sugar products. Recently, there has been a rise in cases such as obesity which has been directly linked to increased...

Reputational risk of tax avoidance

REPUTATIONAL RISK OF TAX AVOIDANCE Abstract The data analysis for this paper was done using the year 2007 excel. The aim was to use various techniques to prove H1, H2 and H3. Ten UK based companies were utilized for this paper. The calculation is done separately to show the regression both before and after adverse media selection in September 2014.The analysis confirms that nearly all firms were affected by the unfavorable media attention. The methods used include regression, trends and change in stocks. The multiplier R is the correlation coefficient which indicates the strength of the linear relationship. The analysis proved hypotheses because nearly all the firms reported the decrease in stock...

Public speaking w2dq2

Speech Organization Student’s Name: University: Date: Speech Organization A well-organised speech is characterised by the following, careful selection of an outline that is most suitable for the topic, creation of a strong introduction that captures the attention of the listeners, and a strong conclusion that is memorable and reinforces the ideas presented, the use of supporting materials for clarification and ensuring smooth transition between the ideas being conveyed (Reinhart, 2013). The organisation of the speech is important both to the person presenting and the audience. The ability of the audience to understand and remember the topic presented relies on the organisation of the...

Public speaking w2dq3

Speech Outlining Student’s Name: University: Date: Speech Outlining Speech outlining is a creative process that enables one to identify and solve problems relating to the flow of ideas in their presentation. It ensures that one achieves the objective of the speech and is able to identify and rectify problems that may later become mistakes during the presentation. Outlining also allows one to determine whether their introduction and conclusion fit their speech as well as identify where they need transitions. An outline is the basis of any successfully delivered speech (Neale & Ely, 2007). Outlining strategies help to overcome some possible presentation concerns including, the omission of...

Neurodegenerative diseases

NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES By (Name) Course Tutor University City Date 1.1.2 Neurodegenerative Diseases Neurodegenerative diseases include a cluster of progressive chronic diseases that are categorized by the steady damage of neurons in separate locations of the Central Nervous System (Gao and Hong 2008, 357). Examples of such conditions include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s disease, frontotemporal dementia (FTD), spinocerebellar ataxias and Alzheimer's disease. The neuromuscular junction of a neuron is quite an extraordinary structure that is specifically vulnerable to the neurodegenerative diseases. Nonetheless, it has powerful mechanisms of...

Learned Helplessness

Learned Helplessness: Methods and results University 7/27/18 Learned Helplessness Method Participants To examine the effect of parental attitude on the level of learned helplessness, data was collected from one hundred and forty-seven participants (147) through the use of questionnaires. In the case study, the participants included individuals, specifically college students and parents of the students (Ackerman, 2018). Some Indian youths employed at different companies also participated to examine the relationship between dedication to work and productivity in the office. Out of the total sample population (N=120), there were 51% males and 49% females. The participants were of an average...