The Hidden Curriculum

The best time to shape a character of a person is at the early age. A child has a right to have the best character. Both teachers and parents should be involved in the moral development of a child. They both should take part in creating the better personality. The involvement of a teacher in the development of child’s character does not infringe on any parent’s right. In fact...
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Food Safety and Quality in Regards to Epidemiology

Food safety refer to all those aspects that may make food unfit and for consumption since it is injurious to one’s health if consumed, while quality are the attributes that influence the value of a food product to a consumer. Some of the negative attributes related to epidemiology include spoilage and contamination. Over the last 25 years; there have been advances on food con...
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The History of Women

The place of woman appears to have been compromised somewhere along the historical path. This is because the ancient Greek society seemed to have more appropriately defined the place of the woman than it had been in the society today. Several pieces of literature obtained from the Gortyn Code of Law suggest that the woman had a greater social standing around 450 BC than they ...
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Theme of Good and Evil

In this book, there is a confrontation of two individuals; a grandmother who has a sense of goodness that is superficial and a criminal who more or less embodies what real evil actually is. The author portrays the grandmother as a character who treats goodness as having good manners, coming from the “right people” and being decent. The grandmother encounters the Misfit who is...
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Forecasting with Indices

Forecasting is a technique used by businesses to predict the current and future trends based on the relationship between various variables. This helps in managing the ambiguity of the future. It provides valuable information that is useful for both short term and long term decision making. There are two methods of forecasting; qualitative forecasting and quantitative forecas...
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The Parkinson’s Disease

In this comparative essay, the two articles under analysis are (I), ‘A case-control study on cigarette, alcohol and coffee consumption preceding Parkinson’s disease’, was published in September 2003 by the ProQuest Central Italy and (II), ‘Parkinson’s disease risks associated with cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption and caffeine intake’. The second article was published in...
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Foundations

Foundations are often started with the motive of empowering the population. Foundations aim to “give wings to people who want to fly”. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is one of such organizations. Given that it draws its funding from the richest men in the world, it is not surprising that it is the largest private philanthropic organization in the world. The Bill and Me...
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The Plaintiff’s Case

The plaintiff had been married to another man for over a year now. Before their marriage, the plaintiff had informed her husband-to-be that she had a one year child, born out of wedlock. He had agreed that there would be no problem on raising the child and had agreed to take care of the child. Their agreement had been casual and was not witnessed by anyone since she felt that...
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Foundations in the Study of Human Sexuality

In research, the term research method refers to a procedure that helps the researcher to find the necessary data, on which to draw the conclusion of the study, or make predictable results of the research (Vaus, 2002). This procedure involves collecting data, which acts as research inputs, and then converting the data into outputs: the research findings. The research method th...
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The Power of Five Senses

Each day consists of perception and cognition of the world around. It is made possible thanks to the five senses. A complex biological process is being conducted to transform the external information into electrical impulses recognized by the brain, which allows to interpret it. Traditional senses appear to be sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. However, scientists discov...
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