Description and Physical Characteristics of Dogs

Doberman Pinscher Doberman Pinscher (alternatively spelled Dobermann in many countries) or simply Doberman, is a breed of domestic dog originally developed around 1890 by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann. Doberman Pinschers are among the most common of pet breeds, and the breed is well known as an intelligent, alert, and loyal companion dog. Although once commonly […]

Short term marriage among youngster today

The number of divorce cases keep on increasing year by year is just heart breaking. Starting from year 2002, there were about 13,937 divorce cases that have been recorded. While all along year 2007 and 2008, there was a suddent increasement in the number of divorce cases, 75, 299 cases were recorded, including outstanding cases […]

Life Roles and Functions Paper

In many different types of health care settings there will be a chain of management and four major functions of management that will help the business flow smoothly in the right direction for the managed care of the patients that they will receive from the facility, and this structure will also allow the organization to […]

Obama Care

Private Health Care has two different plans available; Indemnity and Managed Health Care plan (Howell, 2011). Indemnity care will cover any doctor or their services provided. On the other hand Managed Care covers only a set group of physicians and services (Howell, 2011). Medicare and Medicaid are the two available options under the public health […]

The Effects of Nuclear Power on the Environment

The discovery of the nuclear fission of heavy nuclei occurred prior to the Second World War after some significant investigations of nuclear physics (The History of Nuclear Technology, ICJT Nuclear Training Centre, 2001). In 1939, in Germany, Otto Hahn was the first scientist to prove nuclear fission (2001). “The origin of nuclear power begins with […]

Facts About Volcanoes Around The World

So why do people want to live near volcanoes? The answer is that volcanic rocks form very fertile soils that are good for growing crops. In crowded countries like Indonesia where there is not much space to grow crops, farming on volcanic soils is vital to keep the population alive. If the molten rock comes […]

Zoology Personal Statement

The BBC’s ‘Natural World’ made me particularly aware of the complexity of our planet. How every creature is a vital part of its habitat is remarkable: how animals and humans share such a large percentage of DNA yet appear and act so differently is extraordinary. It is possible to see evidence of evolution in these […]

The Wrongness of Searle’s Biological Naturalism: Jaegwon Kim

Jaegwon Kim criticizes John Searle’s biological naturalism for the problem of causal overdetermination. Kim suggests the identity-theory to clean up the mess, but Searle responds with an incoherent recapitulation of his biological naturalism using two senses of causation as a linguistic trick to avoid the warranted charge of overdetermination. Furthermore, Searle’s response reveals that he […]

Einstein and his Incredible mind

He started the four-year course to become a physics teacher in the fall of that year. But he soon grew bored, and he spent a great deal of time studying on his own, learning about the newest discoveries, and questioning the foundations of classical physics. It was around this time that he began questioning the […]

Kohlberg’s Pre-Conventional Level: Understanding Life Events Development

An understanding of emotional and moral development has helped me to better understand several of my life events. Lawrence Kohlberg’s first level of moral development, called the Pre-conventional Level, applies clearly to my fear of punishment after breaking and friend’s mother’s china. Similarly, my decision to be kind to an unpopular friend can be seen […]

Dependent Personality Disorder

Psychologist Alan Carr notes that people with personality disorders “repeatedly make the same mistakes and find it very challenging to learn from their errors. Often they are unaware of the impact of their behavior on others, or wish to conceal their history of social and psychological difficulties” (Carr, 2001, p. 138). Carr also notes that […]

Narcissism as Liberation

One aspiration that many women share is a desire to be beautiful inside and out. Often it is believed that with beauty come feelings of acceptance, confidence and even some forms of happiness. Unfortunately for the majority “a desirable woman doesn”t look lie a real woman looks; thus, one of the basic physical markers of […]

What are Food Minerals?

Food minerals are those minerals that begin in the ground or sea. Enzymes need minerals to build strong healthy life forms, whether plant, animal or human bodies. Minerals and enzymes work together to make us look beautiful and feel strong. Minerals are a major part of every cell and the larger variety we have in […]

Chemistry Video Games

For many years students have been taught in the traditional classroom setting. You have a teacher, blackboard and a desk. Most students want to learn, but loss interest or are discouraged when they learn above or below the average learning speed. But when students are offered an opportunity that allows them to learn at their […]

A solution to road rage

Have you ever been the victim of road rage? Have you ever accidentally pulled in front of someone then wanted to apologize? As a foreigner, I am constantly the instigator of violence while driving. I am always making stupid mistakes because of my uncertainties of basic rules such as one-way streets, speed limits, and lane […]

Racism and mental health

Racism in and of itself is not a mental illness, since it is a learned rather than inherent; compulsive, or uncontrollable behavior. However, racism clearly contributes greatly to the extremely unhealthy fracturing of the social fabric of American (and many other) society (ies), and to many racial and ethnic groups’ suspicions of and paranoia about […]

A Critical Analysis of Edward Koch’s “Death and Justice: How Capital Punishment Affirms Life”

“The earliest historical records contain evidence of capital punishment. It was mentioned in the Code of Hammurabi (1750 BC), and the Draconian Code of ancient Greece imposed capital punishment for every offense. By 1800 in England at least 1000 people were sentenced to death each year” (Encarta). Many countries have now abolished it, even England […]

Premartial Sex

In our society today, many people are very concern about the sexual activities of our young adolescent. Adolescent are having premarital-sex with out using contraceptives, or abstaining from the act, which are putting them at such high risk.

Teenage pregnancy case

In the times of today the rates of teenage pregnancy and sexual activity are very high and still on the rise. But above these with staggering statistics is a topic that is not talked about much. This is the rising rates of STD’s in teens. Thousands of teens throughout the US have been diagnosed with […]

The Dehumanization of America

Living in America, we experience comfort, luxury, and independence. Essentially, we are able to think how we want to think and live how we want to live without ever having to worry about some petty act of violence or other misconduct befalling us. We are in control of our own lives. Because of our incredibly […]

The Constitution is great

The Constitution is great because it was written so that it can be changed when needed. Amendment XIV should add that all persons naturalized in the United States within a certain age should have the right to run for President. Amendment XII should add that if you are to run for President or Vice-President you […]