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Leadership between Traditional and Millennial Managers
Leadership and control functions of a traditional manager revolve around creative problem-solving and employee motivation in the quest of ensuring that an organization achieves its goals and objectives.
Islamophobia and the Media
Islamophobia refers to prejudices and aversions that are socially reproduced to Muslims and Islam religion as whole. It entails people’s actions and practices, which are often geared towards attacking, excluding or propagating discrimination against other people which are the faithful of Islam or associated with Islam religion.
Article Reading Analysis
Analysis of articles ‘Engine of Liberation’ by John Steele Gordon, ‘Data-Driven Life’ by Gary Wolf and ‘The Judgment of Thamus’ by Neil Postman
Racism and Its Aftermath
Racism is a belief that some members of the society have certain attributes and qualities that others do not have. These qualities and attributes are used to determine the superiority or inferiority of a certain group of people in the society. Racism brings many adverse effects for people.
Women Driving in Saudi Arabia
The problem of women driving in Saudi Arabia is quite relevant in today’s world, and so is any issue related to feminism. The lives of the weaker sex are totally controlled by men: women in this kingdom are required to live and move about outside the house with a male guardian – a relative or husband.
Stanford Prison Experiment
In 1961, Stanley Milgram conducted his famous study, subjects of which believed that they were participating in a training experiment. In fact, the subject matter was their obedience, namely a willingness to punish a student, which makes a mistake in memorizing, with more powerful electric shocks, following the instructions of the experimenter.
Pornography and Its Effects
Back in the 1960s and 1970s there was a debate over the nature of pornography as well as the clash involving conservative values. The term “pornography” has been the reason for numerous arguments recently.
Jean-Paul Sartre: A View of Antisemitism
The twentieth century is remembered as an era of the great discoveries, great upheaval, and great madness, at which the world had trembled in horror and ecstasy. It was then when Jean-Paul Sartre, the founder of the French existentialism, experienced the most active period of creativity.
Racial Formation in the USA based on Omi and Winant’s Thesis
In their 2014 book Racial Formation in the United States, Michael Omi and Howard Winant bring attention to the unjustly downplayed issue of racism.
Socioemotional Development in Middle Adulthood
Middle adulthood may be defines as complex transitional period from youth to old age that involves numerous biological, emotional, social, physical, and spiritual changes. Some middle-aged people claim that this stage is unnoticeable as they are very satisfied and pleased with their lives.