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Classical Periods of Greece and Rome

Introduction The classical tradition is the period when the western countries adopted the Greco-Roman ideas and perspectives at large. These aspects included art, education, institutions, monuments, architecture, cultural artifacts, and ritual practices. The classical tradition saw the major rise of the Greek civilization. Such aspects are found in Homer’s Odyssey…

Climate Change: Global Warming

Introduction Without doubt, global climate change will impinge on the lives of people and the environment in numerous ways. Global warming is not an issue, the aftereffects of which will be experienced much later. It is currently influencing the lives of many people. The recent scorching weather is not entirely…

Criminal Justice Globally

Globalization in a Current Practice in Law Throughout the course of the twentieth century, particularly during its second half, the world has seen a fundamental change in the social, political, and economic organization of the world’s societies. All of these changes have occurred in the wider context of globalization, which…

DNA’s Role in Uncovering Wrongful Convictions

Introduction The strength and fidelity of the U.S. criminal justice system, like any other in the world, results from and depends on an ability to convict a wrongdoer and exonerate an innocent. Unfortunately, sometimes the pitfalls of the system and its methods lead to opposite results. As stated in Furman…

Equal Justice for All

Introduction According to Tom Tyler (2006), Americans are typically law-abiding people. Legal authorities know that the key to their effectiveness is their ability to make laws and decisions that will be followed by the public. The specificity of American civil society is based on freedom, defined on role of the…

False Social Consciousness and Its Effects on Society

Introduction The whole aspect of social imagination has been a widely controversial issue with people not agreeing on whether its relevance has any importance on the larger social forces often met in daily lives. Most of these debates have often revolved around C. Wright Mills theory of advocated connection of…

Foreign Investment in China

Introduction Globalization is the core of international trade and production through multinational corporations. Companies often seek to expand their markets bilaterally, regionally and internationally. However, such expansions are met by different barriers based on the existing business environments. For instance, the foreign laws in destination countries are different from host…

Freshwater Aquatic Ecosystems

Introduction Freshwater aquatic ecosystems make significant contributions towards the world’s biotic productivity. These ecosystems include wetlands located at riverbanks, lakeshores, ocean shorelines and any freshwater habitat, where the vegetation or soil is submerged for some time. River systems from their mouths to headwaters entail an integrated ecosystem. Water resource management…

Gang Involvement with Drugs

Introduction Today, in the United States, gangs are becoming more and more violent with each passing day. Research shows that drug gangs and guns are interconnected. Many youths who join such criminal groups are from poor backgrounds and single families since they feel that being part of a gang fills…

Greenhouse Effect and How It Works

Introduction Green house effect is the natural process through which the atmosphere traps some of the sun rays to warm the earth sufficiently to support life. Once the solar energy supplied by the sun reaches the earth's surface, it follows a complex path. Some of the solar energy is reflected…