Why people choose to procreate is not a question many have stopped and thought about. Growing up, we are instilled with the thought that we need to go get an education, get a job, get married and have children. However, we never really thought about as to why we think it is so imperative to … Read more

Screening for suicide in child and adolescent population

Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in children between the ages 10 -14years (DeMaso, 2011). Horowitz, Ballard & Pao (2010) noted that every year, suicide claims the lives of tens of thousands of young children worldwide. Despite its high prevalence and known risk factors, suicidality is often undetected by health care professionals (Horowitz, … Read more


INTRODUCTION Throughout the previous three decades, the accomplishment objective methodology to individual aptitudes and identity advancement has risen as a compelling range of exploration, and is devoted to comprehension the purposes for the improvement of the convictions, inclinations, practices that separate around individuals and singular’s head to attain capability and execution. . The idea of … Read more

Theories of capitalism

Use Value is, ‘the capacity of a commodity to satisfy human material needs and sustain life’ (Lecture, February 10th, 2014). For example, bread has use value because it has the ability to diminish hunger. However, money does not have use value because it does not directly provide a way of sustaining life. Until the development … Read more

Population control in China

The growth of population during the twentieth century was very quick. In 2013 the total world population was estimated at about seven billion people. It increased dramatically during the past century. The most significant world trend is the death rates are currently falling in poor and rich countries. Birthrates remain high in most poor countries … Read more

Arranged marriages

Believe it or not, arranged marriages do last longer than loved ones. Arranged marriage is a marriage arranged by family members, usually the parents. In other words it is defined as a marriage where the marital partners are chosen by other, based on their considerations. Although an individual’s marriage is arranged by their family members … Read more


INTRODUCTION In attempting to understand ethnicity, some scholars have conceptualized it as a product of contact and not of isolation, and by implication entailing commonalities and differences between categories of people in a process. Eriksen (1993) has referred to this process as complementarization and dichotomization. He argues that, in spite of the very many contested … Read more

Transitional housing

Abstract This is a proposal to provide ”Transitional Housing” for residents leaving the Government Industrial School. The School has a Transition, Support and Aftercare Unit, (TSA Unit) which is staffed by its Social Workers. The basic responsibility of this Unit is to prepare the residents for their transition into society and to provide the needed … Read more

Child labour

Cheap labour is a disturbingly serious global problem. It happens to be one of the biggest issues in the world, but hardly receives the rightful concern and attention it deserves. It is a true and utter puzzle as to why nothing substantial has been done about it. It’s happening all around us: from young children … Read more

Racism in football

Racism in any walk of life is completely vile and unnecessary. Frustratingly, even in the ‘beautiful game’, football, no effort has been made to prevent racism from happening. Slogans. Paltry fines. Captains reading out impassive pre-prepared statements over the tannoy. Further paltry fines. Meaningless T-shirts. When nothing significant changes, when words fall on deliberately deaf … Read more

Does the excessive viewership of television by children aged between 2-3 years old affect their long term cognitive development

Life Orientation Research Task final proposal. Focus Question: Does the viewership of television in excess of 2-3 hours of the recommended 2 hours of television, for children aged between 2-3 years old affect their long term cognitive development. Aim: The aim of this research task is to look at the problems posed by the excessive … Read more

Dissertation: Understanding different perspectives and factors involved in human sexuality based on Asian and Western cultures

Many societies around the world have different attitudes about premarital sex, the age of sexual consent, homosexuality, masturbation, and other sexual behaviors that are not consistent with universally cultural norm. It has simultaneously positive and negative effects. On one hand, it encourages the sharing of perspectives and medical advancements that can help societies to adopt … Read more

Research introduction: The role of research in achieving national goals

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1.1.1 Background The centrality of research and innovation cannot be overstated in realizing national goals in all countries in the world. The African Continent is not an exception with its myriad economic, social and political malaise. Sadly, a lot of research is being carried out with the aim of helping policymakers understand … Read more

Research proposal: The effect of pregnancy on the adolescent pregnant teen & father

Abstract:┬áThe purpose for this research paper is to address the adolescent pregnant teen & father and the effects a pregnancy has on both of their lives during and after her pregnancy. How the teens need the support of the family, community, church, and the school system. I will also address the teen father mostly disregarded … Read more


Culture shares a numerous of similar dimensions to focus on the significant of values and principals as a driving element behind the social of a collection. There difference among their conjectures in the irregulars use for their dimensions and how they are reasonable, making it complex to direct and evaluate their ravages. The allegations of … Read more