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A Critique of “Abortion and Mental Health: Evaluating the Evidence”

Abstract The article “Abortion and Mental Health: Evaluating the Evidence” looks at how women’s experiences during an abortion can have implications on their mental health. It is based on earlier research that has been conducted on the same subject, but it attempts to improve previous findings by identifying gaps of…

Alarming abuses of medical credit cards” in The New York Times

Introduction [line_page] The article “Alarming abuses of medical credit cards” was written by the Editorial Board in The New York Times on October 20, 2013. It is significant that the main author of this article is Ochs Sulzberger JR, a chairman of the New York Times Company. Sulzberger family controls…

Critical Analysis of Cohen’s Article

Introduction Mark Cohen’s article “The Convivencia of Jews and Muslims in the High Middle Ages” describes the relationship that existed between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the medieval Christian Spain. Mark Cohen identifies that the relationship of the three groups was that of harmony and peace despite their religious differences.…

Ideology and Its Worth for the Criminal Justice System

Many young people are eager to study criminal justice, know better its components and peculiarities, and, using opportunities of this scientific field, become a significant part of the contemporary world. Nowadays, students, who choose criminal justice programs as their majors, get access to many different options as for their further…

Journal Critique: “Equipping Leaders for the 21st Century”

Summary of the Article Nowadays, there are many scholarly articles the authors of which aim at offering interesting ideas on how to improve business, introduce new ideas, and consider the conditions under which people have to live. The journal article by Jock Encombe written for Strategic HR Review, “Equipping Leaders…