“The Grand Inquisitor” on Religion

The Grand Inquisitor feels that religion is used to control people but this is not necessarily true. The real issue lies in the inability of man to have self-control or do things that bring about his own true happiness. For The Grand Inquisitor, the purpose of religion is to provide man with laws that will not only govern his life but also allow him to enjoy it without destr...
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Instant Replay in Major League Baseball

Sports that are using instant replay have reported success, with the most notable case being National Football League (NFL). In fact, the reported success in NFL was a contributing factor towards the use of instant replay in Major Baseball League. The use of instant replay commenced in a rather limiting manner, with the only approved use being to establish whether a ball is a...
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The Revolution of 1800

Upon the dawn of the 19th century in the United States of America, there emerged a determined leader who triumphantly molded the country’s amorphous identity into a formidable persona esteemed by the world. This innovative man, Thomas Jefferson, cast a spell of serenity upon an irresolute nation as his tenure as the third President of the United States of America saw its gene...
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Carnival Corporation

Introduction Nowadayscruise travel industry is considered to be very perspective, especially in the North American region. At this respect, it is necessary to analyze the work of the companies that operate in this market such as Carnival Corporation, which is now considered to be one of the largest and the most significant ‘players’ in this segment of the market.Obviously, an...
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Stress in the Nursing Profession

Stress in the nursing profession has greatly affected the quality of services delivered. If not managed well, it may lead to suffering and death of patients. It is therefore prudent to know its causes and consequences in order to develop a plan of action that can alleviate it. Causes of Stress Nurses, like any other professionals, experience stress which may degrade their pe...
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A Correlation Study

The concept of self-efficacy has been a well-researched area in the field of education. This paper examined whether a correlation exists between self-efficacy and academic achievement among undergraduate students in a higher education institution with the hypothesis that high levels of self-efficacy are likely to contribute to high academic achievement. Thirty participants w...
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Minimum Wage

In this editorial i’m talking about minimum wage this is a very important topic to me because i’m a highschool student who wants to get a part time job. I’m going to be getting into the specifics on minimum wage. I am going to be stating my opinion on the subject and whether or not I think it should be increased. I believe the national or even the state minimum wage should b...
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Inclusion

Inclusion Introduction Inclusion refers to the combination of students with various abilities in a single classroom setting for instance, combining students with special needs with those in regular educational program (Friend & Bursuck, 1999). The topic of inclusion is among the major issues that have generated serious debate in the education sector, with some people ...
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An Analysis of A Doll House

Nora Helmer is a strong yet stupid woman. She thinks that money can buy her out of anything. What she doesn’t realize until the end is that her debt doesn’t enslave her, but her husband’s treatment of her does. Nora Helmer’s character starts off by being a submissive little lark by her husband’s side. They have a rather cheerful, fun-loving relationship that isn’t the least b...
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