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Social science Book Report/Review

Cyber Crimes in America: A Look at Hackers, Malware and the Internet
Cyber Crimes in America was written by Sidney Williams for his argumentative essay requirement. The questions that the author sought to answer were in regard to computer security – is it safe? Then, he also raised questions about whether hackers affect our lives; how surfing the internet could be dangerous to people and his position on how people must look for the quality of software that they use.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Does Social Performance Really Lead to Financial Performance Accounting for Endogeneity Article by Roberto Garcia-Castro
Only when the reasons behind adopting KLD by managers is understood adequately, the logical cause-and-effect connection between SP and FP can be established. The authors believe that a systematic aspect missing in SP indexes such as KLD or SAM (Sustainable Asset Management) is a sound measure of the quality of management
Pages: 15 (3750 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of The Concubine's Children by Denise Chong
While there is a strong association with the original culture, the need to be a part of the new becomes the main concern. The ability to adapt within society is not only seen with the tearing apart of identity by trying to fit in with the majority. There are also other layers of adaptation which occur
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of The World in 2030 Written by Dr. Michio Kaku
The chips will definitely enhance flexibility and convenience because it will be possible to utilize them almost everywhere and anytime. Kaku observes that the chips will greatly help in filling because it will have a filing system and the computers act as the chips interface. Cloud computing actually would mean that computers are no longer needed. 
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Book Report/Review
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Review and analysis of THREE debates in the Ellis and Nelson book (Debating the Presidency)
This is because the president has the following power; he is the commander in chief of the armed forces, he appoints the cabinet principles, he grants pardon for federal offences and many other powerful duties (Ellis and Nelson 4). Despite the constitutional myth of unitary executive, the fact still remain that there is some dictatorship executed by both parties and their supporters (Ellis and Nelson 4).Should the framers of constitution approve modern presidency? Modem presidency is
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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How have things changed in NYC for working people since the days of Working Class New York?
There has been more liberation towards the working people of post World War II New York arising from the formation of labor movements. The mass transit in New York has become easy to use post World War II. This also includes the fact that it is cheaper to commute for the working people. Due to the labor movements been introduced, working people in factories has become better in terms of good working conditions and there has been increased wages for these workers. Working people in small
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Kwame nkrumah vision and tragedy
The book is also a tool for all leaders to associate with while creating visions for their respective countries. It also warns the leaders against the tragedies that they are to encounter in the fulfilment of the visions. The book prepares solutions for the tragedies that other leaders are to face in their vision creation. The book also highlights real governance issues such as corruption, lack of corporation among many others. Many leaders across the world are faced by these similar problems.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Critical Book Review (Wattenberg, Martin P. Is Voting for Young People? 3rd Edition (Great Questions in Politics Series). New York: Pearson Education, 2011)
This in turn creates a repelling reaction from the politicians who feel that since the youth do not value politics, then they have no mandate to accord them. This assertion is particularly open and true since many polls’ evaluation reveal that the young generation finds politics “boring’ and only for the elderly. Again, less youth vote in general elections. Wattenberg furthers his stance on the matter by incorporating more evidence derived from opinion polls.The opinion polls suggest that
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Book review
To the information depicted in the book, some democrat members pressurized the speaker of the National assembly to influence certain debt limit decisions in line with their personal interests. Their sole aim was to disapprove the credibility of the incumbent government and push for a revolution. The republicans wanted a harassed decision on the matter forcing the president or democrats to bend to their interest after which they have a reason to push for a revolution.A consensus on
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Position/Peer Review Paper 1 - Evolution of European Order
Thus, the feedback loop between words and deeds played a serious role in shaping the international atmosphere surrounding the Peloponnesian War6. In other words, Lebow claims that Thucydides wrote history in such a way to understand how convention and nature interacted to create international order. In order to achieve this purpose, he modified the information he wrote. Athenians accepted the theory of limitless expansion and they were able to give justifiable explanation for this. What they
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Book Review of How Democratic Is the American Constitution by Robert A. Dahl second edition
The Seventeenth Amendment voiced out the concerns of the minority in the society (Dahl, 2003). It included women too. In 1919, women’s rights became the issue and topic of discussion in the United States with particular quotations in the Nineteenth Amendment. The 18 to 20 year-olds were included in the constitution in 1971 through the Twenty-Sixth Amendment. Other undemocratic areas and aspects remain unhandled and untouched. Dahl explains convincingly that it becomes unlikely to alter, for
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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International Relations
In this context one would actually argue that Regan continually took the lower rank paving way for the appreciation and glory to Gorbachev. It is also questionable in this perspective that the then president was very accommodative to the approaches of the communist country all in an attempt to seek for change from Gorbachev.As seen in the work, President Reagan’s first term was characterized by denouncements of the Soviet Union which was in his opinion an exceedingly malevolent empire that
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Book Report/Review
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A Critical analysis of the Ellis and Stimson book
Conservative policy makers believe in conservatism policies.Ellis and Stimson (2) state that language of ideology is litigious in the social and political strategy. Daily American politics centers on Liberalism and Conservatism. The conflict between liberal and conservatism sentiments is on issues pertaining policy, symbols, and cultural issues. The political elite in the country align themselves with either side due to daily issues that become a reality. Obama is the most visible liberal that
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Media in politics (changing minds or changing channels)
The authors also shows that before the rise of cable and satellite television viewers could only watch a few programs only in a few days and at fixed intervals and had little in the way of televised entertainment option during the newscast. On the contrary, the rise of cable television provides viewers with a variety of choices, the content is broad and more varied and increasingly more specialized as the programs of television seek audience niche. The other side of the wide and varied number
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Book Report/Review
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Critical review and analysis of the Freshman Orientation book
It is an insight from the account of someone who is totally new to the surrounding and has to adjust to whatever the Congress life throws at him.The book is written in plain text which is easy for anyone to understand more like Sidlow wants the reader to have a look at the business that goes on in the Congress through the eyes of Mr. It seems that the book is more of a deep insight that someone gives the reader of their own life rather than a general analysis. Congressman Schwarz plays an
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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International realation
International societies are any form of agreement of different political communities, which accept shared morals, guidelines, and institutions. In European states, the term international societies meant political agreement in political situations. The European model of international society is as a result of decolonization within states. This term primarily means the state of adopting sound policies and principles from other countries. The adoption of similar policies ensued because of states
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Institutional theory, technology and diplomacy
There are few fundamental factors that are considered by institutions such as power as well as sensible decisions of individuals that intentionally select several strategies, which are useful in providing shapes to the structure. It has been noted that to change the environmental as well as individual initiatives, structural arguments and internal dynamic within an institution can guide the procedures of changing institutional reactions. During the selection process, contextual factors of
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Book Report/Review
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Books Review!
Standing has written extensively on the unemployment, labor market policy, labor economics and labor market flexibility. Standing has authored, Global labor flexibility and seeking distributive Justice (1999). He has also authored promoting income security as the right Europe and North America (2005). Standing has also authored journals Social Income and Insecurity, a Study in Gujarat. As well, Guy has authored influential journals, for instance, Britain Labor figures hide the real hours we
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Book Report/Review
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Review and critique of G.A. Cohen, Where the Action Is , Philosophy and Public Affairs (1997).
As far as the incentives argument is concerned, their happy position could be due to circumstances that are entirely accidental, relative to whatever kind of natural or social induced endowment they possess. The particular criticism of the incentives argument is whether or not well-placed people merit the contestable designation. His use of the argument’s terms shows the strength of his critique. It is appropriate to make such assumptions since the Rawlsian difference principle is lexically
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Critical Assement of Irving vs. Irving
The maximization of the production of newspapers signifies the de-professionalism nature of the Irvings. The Irving family’s business is distributed in the entire country with almost 300 companies and the newspaper business is one of the most essential businesses because it contributes a huge amount of profit among the businesses that are currently possessed by the family (Poitras, 2014). The newspaper business has become a monopoly in the entire region because of all the English-language
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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