Affirmative Action in the Job Sector

From the time of civilization, men have been holding the uppermost positions in all occupations. With the philosophical alteration in the paradigm shift, where women’s liberation made itself liable, challenging the vital alterations in the chauvinistic occupation culture. Nevertheless, one school of thought is of the opinion that, there should be opportunities for women in[…]

Teaching children with learning disabilities

Many children have different abilities to learn and interact with their environment, how to express their feelings and socialize with others according to their understanding. Learning disability is a condition known as Neurological disorder. A problem that makes it hard for a child to stay focused, pay attention, hard to control behavior and hyperactivity. The[…]

Computers can translate all kinds of languages well. Do our children need to learn more languages in the future?

Computers have always been pulling the rabbit out of the hat now and then with the rigorous progress on the technological front. Though the benefits of languages being translated is surplus, children don’t get benefited entirely from this process. The main reason being,translating and learning is never the same. A computer just puts the cake[…]


The world keeps advancing at a rapid rate. This leads to the influx of personal cars in city roads and that heightens the concerns people have regarding environmental degradation. The increase in use of private cars is a concern to environmentalists given the impact their pollution has on the environment (Alva-Gonzáles, 2008). It may be[…]

One Gadget I can’t do without

Of all the gadgets I have ever used, a calculator is one that I cannot do without not only in profession line but also in my daily errands. Mathematical problems, business statements, and numerical equations preparation are easy with the help of calculators (OpenLearn, n.d.). Daily, I encounter chores that demand use of a calculator,[…]


According to Cowan, R. (1990), nuclear power involves the use of nuclear energy to generate heat which is usually used in steam turbines to produce electricity. In as much as nuclear power has advantages, there are several demerits associated with the nuclear power. construction of nuclear plants take between five to ten years and requires[…]

What is a thesis paper?

What is a thesis paper? A thesis paper (also known as a dissertation) is a paper which is submitted by a candidate for an academic degree to present their research and thus to support their application for the degree. It is major efforts on which candidates regularly work for at least a year. Is doing[…]

How do you cite a case in text?

How do you cite a case in text? In text, cite the name of the case (italicized) and the year of the decision….Some examples are:Reporters that begin at volume one each year, and are thus organized by year first, then volume number. Reporters that are organized by volume only. What are citation sentences? A sentence[…]

How do you structure a doctoral thesis?

How do you structure a doctoral thesis? They can be written in either the so-called traditional thesis format, which largely consists of a general introduction, a literature review, an overall description of the materials and methods, a presentation of all the results, and a general discussionor in manuscript format, where the main chapters are written[…]

What is a doctoral dissertation defense?

What is a doctoral dissertation defense? Once you’ve handed in your thesis, you still have one big challenge to overcome before you’re finished with your PhD: the thesis defense. This is an opportunity for you to present your research publicly and to answer questions about it from your thesis committee. How long is a doctorate?[…]

How do you write the introduction chapter thesis or dissertation?

How do you write the introduction chapter thesis or dissertation? For an effective introduction, make sure to include all of the following elements.Topic and context. Begin by introducing your topic and giving any necessary background information. Focus and scope. Relevance and importance. Questions and objectives. How do you start a thesis introduction? Stages in a[…]

How old should your sources be?

How old should your sources be? A good rule of thumb is to use sources published in the past 10 years for research in the arts, humanities, literature, history, etc. How much does a PhD cost at Harvard? *PhD students at Harvard University receive full financial support, including cover of tuition, other fees and the[…]