Liberal Consensus Era in the United States

Liberalism in the United States was founded on the political ideals of the Enlightenment with no monarchy, no hereditary aristocracy, and no established religion (Googleberg…

Global Warming and Its Environmental Issues

Describe the conditions that might cause a building to be declared as “sick,” and suggest three ways to prevent sick building syndrome. When occupants experience…

Advertising and Promotion

Introduction The promotions industry is a complicated industry with various organisations taking an active role in the communications process. Advertising is a means to impart…

Freedom of Speech Against Intimidation Laws

Introduction The issue of freedom as an integral component of a democratic society arises periodically and provokes disputes. Despite the implementation of relevant laws and…

Mass Media and Violence

Introduction Violence in the media has apparently become the norm, and is almost impossible to find any TV program that does not have a violent…

Social Media and Celebrities

Abstract Social media platforms created new opportunities for brands to interact with potential and existing customers in the digital space. In particular, the rise of…

Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plant

Introduction Overview Energy plays a significant role in enhancing major operations in any country. However, the majority of the countries in the world rely on…

How Has Social Media Changed Society?

The effects of social media on society cut across social, political, economic and cultural spheres. Transformation in information technology has changed how people communicate and…

Addiction to Video Role-Playing Games

Introduction Video games are swiftly dominating the world of electronic entertainment across the globe. According to Lee, Cheung, and Chan (2015), video game addiction is…

Cultural Diversity in the United States

Hispanic Americans What is the group’s history in the United States? Spanish invaders were the first representatives of this cultural group in America. In the…

Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Theory

Intelligence is a critical concept in psychology and education because it is believed to impact an individual’s learning capacity and academic performance. Recent theories focused…

The Power of Art

Introduction In antiquity, art was used not only for expressing people’s talents and creativity but also to convey some important messages. One of such types…

Is Disneyland an Intermediary Between Cultures?

Introduction When discussing the present tendencies related to cultural and social development, it is important to pay attention to famous companies that can influence the…

Context and Building in Architecture

Introduction In this paper, I will expound on the relationship between context and building. The study will be in three parts. In the first part,…

Self-Directed Learning

Introduction Self-directed learning refers to the activities that learners engage in so that they can be able to cope with their learning processes effectively. It…

American and Thai Intercultural Communication

Understanding cultural norms and differences can prevent uncomfortable moments and work stoppages and break local laws and political issues. As I was doing my first…

Globalization and International Trade Theories

Introduction Despite the recent recessions, the trade connections between countries continue to strengthen, as they integrate themselves into the global market, in an attempt to…

Globalization and the World Economy

Introduction Globalization is a fundamental trend that has largely shaped the lives of many over the past decades. Cultural sharing, improved international cooperation, and extensive…

Leonardo Da Vinci, His Life and Art

Introduction Leonardo da Vinci is usually regarded as an artistic genius who possessed great ability in art and understanding of the human physical features and…

Ancient India and Greece Sculptures Comparison

Introduction The stylized elements that define the physical characteristics inherent in a work of art, such as a sculpture, are often the result of aesthetic…