Instructional Strategies and Materials

The trainer will have to be more careful in this phase and ensure that good introduction is achieved. This will be done, first and foremost by briefing the trainees on the ultimate relevance and purpose of the instructions to them. The trainees will be introduced to a brain storming session where they will be asked about wound care with regards to dressing, cleaning and appli...
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Ethics in Groups

Human beings are created as social creatures and, therefore, one of our primary needs is to love and belong. Group therapy acts as one way in which these relationships can be developed and maintained. This research paper looks at issues that are unique to group therapy. The paper looks at the issues, which are comparable to those that are involved in individual counseling. M...
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Internalized Homophobia

Homophobia is an intense, irrational fear and strong dislike of the homosexuals (Anti- Defamation League par.10). The homosexual people include the gays and the lesbians. This act of fear normally leads to the expression of violence and sometimes even creates an act of hostility among people in the society. The homosexuals are normally intimidated and face persecution and are...
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Ethics in Social Science

Various studies have proved that many students go against the alcohol violation rule in colleges. The common measure used is asking the participants how many and how much they usually drink. Drinking among college students is a serious problem with alcohol being the most commonly used. Quantifying how much each student takes is hard in cases where the individuals have variab...
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Islam Religion

My perception of the Islam religion being composed of Arabs alone was completely altered. According to the Imam, Islam is a global religion with more than a quarter of the world population being adapt followers. The Imam also stated that Arabs make up 15% of Islam followers. He further elaborated that Islam is the second largest religious group and the fastest growing religio...
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Ethics in the Aviation Industry

This paper investigates the literature that is available on ethics in the aviation industry. It elucidates the possible moral steps that one would take considering the ethical standards of the industry. The paper gives a range of real life situations and the ethical responses that would ideally suit each of them. According to literature, ethics in the aviation industry are qu...
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Issues on Juvenile Justice

There is no dispute that the age set for criminal responsibility remains vague, and this has translated into a justice system that acts from an ambiguous principle. Precedents for the appropriate age for penalties are scanty; this is because there is no yardstick that would apply and check the excesses of the judiciary in writing judgments of minors. A consequence has been th...
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Ethics & Philosophy: Ideas Draft

Question: “When a baby is born very ill, we believe we should use all means available to save that child. When an adult suffers a tragic accident, and there is little chance of survival, we are quicker to end the adult’s life. In general, we find it more terrible when a young person’s life ends than when an older person’s life ends. Explain this sentiment by appealing to at l...
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Japanese Cultural Perspectives

Japanese Cultural PerspectivesJapanese culture is viewed as one of the widely studied cultures in the world. It is the historical culture of the Japanese people over the years. The possible settlement of Japan was 35,000 years ago by Paleolithic people from the mainland of Asia. Japan is a uniform community with non-Japanese, particularly Koreans forming up less than 1 perce...
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Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism

Chapter 3: Question: Compare and contrast ethnocentrism and cultural relativism. Which stance do sociologists strive to adopt, and what are the difficulties associated with that position According to Andersen and Taylor (5), culture refers to the values a given society holds, the symbols they admire, the language they speak, the material goods they can create and the norms t...
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