Domestic Violence

When one partner in a relationship or a marriage feels the need to dominate the other partner; the most likely result is domestic violence. There are a number of factors which may prompt one partner in a relationship to desire to control the other. According to goldsmith (2010), these factors are direct causes of domestic violence. Extreme jealousy, low self esteem, difficult...
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Irish in America

We’re all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but what about the rest of the year?And how many Irish descendants are there actually here in America? According to the last Census, there are about 34.5 million Americans who claim heritage, primarily or partially, to Ireland and Irish Immigration(Klif). The amazing part is that the population of current Ireland itself is only 4.68 milli...
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Tips on Writing a Case Study for a Dissertation

How to Write a Case Study for a Dissertation: Dissertation writing is the most complicated assignment the student would ever have to write, so it is important to learn about the process of writing a lot to succeed in it from the first attempt. A dissertation is a complex paper which embraces the student’s experience, knowledge accumulated during the years of studying and cr...
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Organizational Markets

Introduction The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is Southern Nevada’s certified destination marketing organization that promotes tourism, meetings, conventions, special events and continuing advocacy to extend the city as the leading hospitality and tourism destination. Driving the tourism engine that fuels the economy of Southern Nevada necessitates that ...
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If Evolution Fails and The Alternate Belief

The Theory of Evolution, a scientific explanation for the creation of the world and everything in it, hangs on the few threads of evidence such as fossil record and homologous structures to prove their belief that life could have started from non-living things. The very truth of the matter though, is that fossil records show almost no evidence of evolution and similarities in...
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The Oppression of Jews During WWII

Between 1939 and 1945, the frightening, difficult, and tragic years for the Jews in both Germany and the surrounding countries, life was completely different than it is now. During those days, the Jews taken from their homes and either exterminated or forced to work.They feared Hitler and his supporters, the Nazis who frowned upon them. And the Nazis thought of the Jews as a...
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Economic Recession and Unemployment

Introduction Generally speaking, economy of a country is in recession not only when it is functioning with low capacity, but when it is directly shrinking. The phenomena that comprise this shrinkage can be various and obscure, so there is no way to say undoubtedly which of them indicates the recession. Two successive quarters of decreasing output are the most widespread sign...
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How the Scots invented the Modern World

In his book How the Scots invented the Modern World: the true story of how western Europe’s poorest nation created our world & everything in it. (New York: Three Rivers Press, 2001), Herman traces Scotland’s contributions to modern day culture. The author displays his arguments by using scholars as well as historians to show how the Scots have been at the forefront...
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Biofeedback

Biofeedback applies the notion that human beings can control their automatic body functions using their brains. Biofeedback helps individuals acquire a degree of control over psychological bodily functions. Patients are trained to improve their health using their mind control by listening to their body signals. Two very common devices used in biofeedback are a weigh and a the...
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass – Passage Analysis

Passage Analysis The excerpt on pages 39 and 40 of The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is actually a quote of what Douglass proclaims to ships he sees in Chesapeake Bay. He complains to God about his misfortunate and pointing out the injustices he faced. The whole passage actually has a dramatic structure with rising action (lines 1-5), a climax (lines 6-14), and ...
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