Orwellian response to prejudice

George Orwell’s novel ‘1984’ is a fictional story in which the government attempts to control the speech, actions and even the thoughts of the public. Unacceptable thoughts are a breach of the law and are called ‘thought crimes’. An ‘Orwellian response to prejudice’ is therefore one in which the state regulates every aspect of social…

Social social worker important? Social worker helps people

Social work can meet the best needs of children of illegal immigrants. What makes a social worker important? Social worker helps people endure with challenges in every stage of their lives. They are responsible for helping individuals, families and groups of people to cope with their problems that they are facing to improve their patients…

Customarily, such a circumstance, it is essential to

Customarily, the subject of ethical principles wasvery noteworthy and numerous philosophers investigated the idea of ethicalprinciples and its usefulness. Subsequently, perspectives of philosophers onthe idea of ethical principles and its fundamental nature differ reliably.Today, it is conceivable to talk a wide range of ways to deal with ethicalprinciples and morals. In such manner, the idea…

Social class discrimination has infiltrated even the way

SocialInjustice: Interfacing Race and Class to Criminal Justice SystemIt would be a fallacy to deny the factthat humans across the globe possess fundamental differences that render themunique from one another. These differences relate to their distinct physicalfeatures and structures such as skin color. However, despite this undeniabletruth, all humans are equal in their cognitive and…

These driver of achievement and success, independent of

These five skills encompass the skills and understandingthat we want our students to possess. Empathy creates relationships between people, bringing them together and helpingto solidify friendships and love. It makes us feel as if someone cares for us. Deprivedof it we would likely feel helpless and isolated. Self-control willcontribute to a student’s success more than their intelligence or…

Complexity: The Southeast Asian Truth

In the Introduction to the book, Everyday Life In Southeast Asia, the editors Kathleen M. Adams and Kathleen A. Gillogly briefly explains what makes Southeast Asia so diverse and the importance of regional studies in a global era of the world. The authors argue in the introduction that Southeast Asia is one of the worlds’…

Societal Segmentation and Linguistic Variation

The phrase “societal segmentation” refers to the division of people that occurs in the society. This division results from the differences that the various members of a society individuals exhibit. Societal segmentation can be attributed to various factors. Two major factors that result to the division of people in the society is class and the…

The Clash of Religions

We are now living in a world where our leaders promote unity among all nations where countries and states give assistance to one another. Such assistance may come in the form of donations from rich countries to help feed the hungry ones, by way of lending technical expertise to nations which lack them, or through…

Rationales for a civic education

The article titled ‘A Rationale for Civic Education’ was written by Ralph Ketcham, who is a Professor Emeritus in the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, New York. The major premise of Professor Ketcham’s article is that civic education of the American citizenry or potential citizens of America should be based on the conceptualization of civic…

Race as a flawed biological concept

The Collins English Dictionary defines race as “A group of people of common ancestry, distinguished from others by physical characteristics, such as hair type, color of eyes and skin, structure. ” Michael L Blakey in his journal: Scientific Racism and Biological Concept of Race says: “Theoretically, a race is a population that differs from others…