Advocating for the LGBTQIA+ Community

Advocating for the LGBTQIA+ Community The cultural group we have chosen to advocate for is the LGBTQIA+ community, made up of persons of varying non-normative gender and sexual orientation identifications including but certainly not limited to: lesbian, gay, transgender, genderfluid, queer, questioning, intersex, pansexual, non-gender conforming, and asexual. Get Help With Your Essay If you…

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A Field Experiment in Social Engineering to Understand the Elements for Effective Engineering Attacks

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Quantitative research Abstract Social engineering poses the biggest data security threat that plaque enterprises in the modern world. Whether organizations are willing to spend in technical security services and products, the element of the human in protecting the security is weak. Social engineers exploit the weaknesses in the behavior of humans…

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American Society

Postwar American society during the 1950’s was known for baby boomers and the return to achieving the all-American dream.  Returning military men wanted the security of marriage and began building families.  World War II (WWII) was over and so was the depression.  SparkNotes Editors (2005) write, “The economy soared, creating a level of affluence not…

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Article Review on Customer Consumption

List of reviewed articles Provide reference for each academic article (formatted using the Harvard Referencing Style. Check here for the format and examples: https://libraryguides.vu.edu.au/harvard) Conceptual article (proposed theory) Veblen, T. 2009, The Theory of the Leisure Class, The Floating Press, Waiheke Island This article will focus on leisure issues based on purchase power of the luxury goods.…

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Arts-based Community Development: Rural Remote Realities and Challenges

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   1. Introduction ‘Arts-based community development: rural remote realities and challenges’ enables communities and development workers to access data and analyse current challenges and opportunities for rural communities, particularly using the arts in engaging issues of justice, society and culture. By using information gleaned from key stakeholders, the article presents opinions to…

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Beer as a social drink and its subsequent acceptance across the globe.

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction The study will start with looking at the evolution of beer as a social drink and its subsequent acceptance across the globe. The study will also investigate how different brands came in to channelize communication of beer and incorporated community activities like football, rugby and food as moments for beer…

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Causes and Impacts of Corruption

Critical Analysis Essay Corruption is prevalent in any nation, both developing and flourishing; nevertheless, it is usually developed countries that gain the most attention from media outlets, and therefore some perceive corruption as a western concept and not relevant to traditional societies.  In reality, the only factor that could vary is corruption itself in both…

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Causes of Low Birth Rates

Childless or Childfree? Actress Katherine Hepburn said, “If motherhood doesn’t interest you then don’t do it!” She didn’t, along with opera singer Maria Callas, Queen Elizabeth I, and Oscar winning actress Helen Mirren , recently portraying Queen Elizabeth II. Get Help With Your Essay If you need assistance with writing your essay, our professional essay…

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Celebrities as a Vehicle for Cultural Issues: The MeToo Movement

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Celebrity acts as a vehicle for the expression of cultural themes and issues in the public sphere. Discuss this proposition with reference to either celebrity feminism or celebrity philanthropy (‘celanthropy’). If you choose more than one example of either feminism or philanthropy (as they are enacted by celebrities), you need to…

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Civil Liberties & Civil Rights; The Metaphorical Shield and Sword

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Civil liberties and civil rights are a vital part of our American government.  However, the two concepts tend to be blurred.  I originally thought that our liberty and our rights would be interchangeable and that finding differences between them would be like trying to find the differences between beige and ivory. …

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Comparing the 1968 Baltimore Riots to Freddie Gray Riots in 2015

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Comparing the 1968 Baltimore Riots to Freddie Gray Riots in 2015 Introduction Urban unrest often emanates from complex, multifaceted issues, and this often comes about following years of boiled up tensions and frustrations from the public. Some of the most emergent issues leading up to riots and protests include racial prejudice,…

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Comparison of Themes in Globalisation Studies

Globalisation The world has increasingly become interconnected in terms of trade and cultural exchange. The interconnectedness describes globalisation which is driven by the advancement in technologies and media which have shaped lives and modified behaviours (Jain, 2015). According to Jain (2015, people are increasingly living in global acumen. There is cultural synchronization that has led…

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Concept of Community in Understanding Welfare and Wellbeing

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   In what ways does the concept of community have relevance in understanding welfare and wellbeing?   Introduction The earliest and most frequently accepted meaning of ‘community’ denotes people living in an environment who have face–to-face contact with each other. Built on this declaration Tönnies (1955) named community as ‘Gemeinschaft’ to refer…

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Conquest and Dehumanization: Human’s Exploration of Space

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   What do we gain from exploring space? Improvement in Knowledge, Technology, standards of living? Arguably, yes these are things we could gain from outer space. However, in an effort to gain these, what do we lose from space exploration? In Arendt’s The Conquest of Space and the Stature of Man, she presents the…

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Contemporary Relevance of T.H. Marshall’s Theory of Citizenship

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE OF T.H. MARSHALL’S THEORY OF CITIZENSHIP PREFACE: This essay has been aimed to assess the contemporary relevance of T.H. Marshall’s theory of Citizenship. It also appraises the significance of T.H. Marshall’s hypothesis pertaining to Citizenship. The composition also involves the discussion of significant commitments of T.H. Marshall to the…

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Critique of Glbaol Governance

“The secret history of ISIS” shows that the crisis is the cumulative effect of the interaction of a number of factors, such as the global economic crisis; deepening social inequalities in many countries; the consequences of military conflicts and civil wars; destabilization of these countries, etc. International terrorism in the 21st century has become a…

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CSR and Corporate Identity

Assignment Question : Outline a research question that can be investigated using qualitative methods. Describe a plan for how you will research that question. Your plan should include strategies for both data collection and data analysis. The rationale for the adoption of a particular form of data collection and analysis must be presented. Get Help…

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