• Dietary Project Planning for Obesity Control

    Introduction The number of obese children and adults in the US is on an upward trajectory manifesting its dire effects to the population. Obesity is a community nutrition issue based on its impacts towards 32% of the US children’s population and 35% of the United States’ adult population. For instance, there are a myriad of health problems associated with obesity such as the high...
  • William Shakespeare

    William Shakespeare New Comedy exhibits surprising exuberances of the weak in society over the powerful. For instance, the youth succeed over the aged, love wins against property, and wit over property. At the play’s end, the characters’ negative energies are channeled towards reinforcing rather than confronting the status quo. In such a scenario, a tricky slave may deceive their masters but in the long-run,...
  • The Gifted Education Evaluation Plan

    Program Description Planning before Program Implementation An integral element of service provision to extremely intelligent students is the establishment of an effective talent appraisal method. People have previously developed and run gifted programs across different states even before formulating a concrete plan to assess children in the quest to have a fully implemented scheme running as soon as possible. The response offered by a...
  • Police Body Cameras

    Paragraph 1 (introduction) Topic sentence: with the advancement in technology, body cameras are the new trend in the law enforcement sector. Summary: although cameras have been in use for some centuries, body cameras have not been popular until recently. Pilot programs continue to be initiated by security agencies to evaluate the appropriateness and importance of using body cameras. The programs are justified through an...
  • Ben and Jerry Ice-cream Company

      Which external trends do you think help us to understand why Ben and Jerry’s has grown so rapidly? Ben and Jerry have experienced rapid growth in their business based on various external factors. Some of the external factors that will assist in understanding the reasons for their rapid growth include; political, economic, social, Legal, technological, and environmental. PESTLE Political Growing tendency towards societal...
  • Virtual Reality Technology, Ethics, and Society

    The Virtual Reality Technology Virtual reality (VR) refers to the perception of a near reality experience. Virtual reality operates on the basis of human’s senses such as sight, hearing, balance among others. In technological terms, virtual reality describes a three-dimensional CGI (computer-generated-interface) capable of communication with an individual away from reality. VR therefore enables one to experience anything, at whichever time, in whatever space...
  • The Impact of Implementing a New ERP System on a Global Multinational Business Analysis of Sources

    Analysis of Sources Beheshti, Hooshang. "What Managers Should Know about ERP/ERP II?" Management Research News, vol. 29, no. 4, 2006, pp. 184-93. This article aims at examining the impacts of EPR and the important issues that managers should consider before implementing the system. The research design applied in this study is based on extensive literature analysis and the author’s professional experience. The work discusses...
  • Connecting California

    Section IV: California’s Mexican Rancho Era, 1822–1848 Ramona- A Novel of Mexican California Ramona entails a description of the early Spanish and Indian life in California. Ramona herself is half-Indian and Half-Scot, has been raised by a Spanish mother figure and eventually falls in love with an Indian (Gastil & Harris, 2013, p. 157). I have learnt that Ramona displays the different cultures within California...
  • The Review Literature

    Introduction In 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback sparked a national debate when he decided to protest the national anthem before NFL preseason match of what he termed the mistreatment of minorities and instances of police brutality. The subsequent days after this protest witnessed nationwide discussions concerning the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, national anthem in sports the race question in America. The...
  • Influence of the Medieval Synthesis on the West

      Influence of the Medieval Synthesis on the West The Medieval Synthesis was a period during the 13th century when the church attempted to take over the control of the world by reorganizing it to take the image of God. There were concerted efforts through the church led by Pope Innocent III to make harmony and synthesis by working together having the papacy work...