Sociology

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  • The Importance Of Leadership On Organizational Performance

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    Leadership is definitely not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ sort of word, it is one of those words that is ceaselessly debated and typically elicits a spectrum of individual opinions, from describing personality attributes, ‘position’ characteristics, or even behaviors. But the most appropriately way to define Leadership is the ability to adapt the setting so everyone feels empowered to contribute creatively to solving the problems. In simple words "A leader is best when people barely know that he exists

  • Language And Language: The Influence Of Language

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    Humans are social creatures. We seek approval from those around us and conform to society through language. Language allows us to speak, to teach, to act, and to reflect. Communication allows us to change our perspectives, influencing us throughout our lives. But who gives us this ability: our peers or our family? Although family teaches the basis of language, peers - friends, colleagues, and mentors - ultimately influence a person’s language the most; peers occupy most of our time and pressure

  • Persuasive Essay On Technology

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    Thesis Statement: Todays society is overdependent on technology and the lies passed around verbally or on social media are destroying the human race for overall lying destroys trust in others and people see social media as a shield from danger so they feel free to say anything they want, right or wrong. Body Paragraph #1: Topic sentence: Social media shields people from the guilt of what they have done wrong. Evidence: Talking about social media, the author of the book NEED emphasizes on the fact

  • Social Empowerment

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    It is observed that micro entrepreneurship is considered as the vital tool for empowering women, especially in rural India. It is difficult to define empowerment in actual terms. Mostly empowerment is directly associated with the economic status. It is observed that entrepreneurship empower women economically, but is the impact similarly positive as far as social and psychological independence is concerned, is a question to be answered. Through this research we make an attempt to answer this

  • Benefits Of Managing Cultural Diversity

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    Managing Cultural Diversity 1.0 Introduction: Cultural diversity (also known as multiculturalism) refers to the traditions, norms, and values that affect the way a member of a group typically behaves, interact, make judgments and perceives (Ruth Mayhew, n.d.). Managing cultural diversity in a work place is a form of acknowledging the differences in individuals at the workplace. The recent business tendency of globalization and increasing ethnic and gender diversity are passing managers attention

  • Social Changes In Divorce

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    A major change that has occurred in the Western family is an increased incidence in divorce. Whereas in the past, divorce was a relatively rare occurrence, in recent times it has become quite commonplace. This change is borne out clearly in census figures. For example thirty years ago in Australia, only one marriage in ten ended in divorce; nowadays the figure is more than one in three (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1996: p.45). A consequence of this change has been a substantial increase in the

  • The Importance Of Cultural Influence On Art

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    Introduction The report is based on the cultural factors that influence the work of an artist whether architect or painters. Moreover, it is observe that there are many types of artist work that people love to admire however there is always a strong background regarding the choice and selection of the work that an artist possess. The reports aims to analyses the cultural influence on art creatively in regards of Peter Marino who was an American retail architect.Furthermore, it discusses the cultural

  • Mullk Raj Anand's Untouchable

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    Mulk Raj Anand is a productive essayist. He is a point of reference of Indian writing in English. He is the main writer writing in English to pick as his crude materials the low class life of the discouraged Indian masses. He doesn't falter to turn the surge light on the darkest spots in India life. In his books, he depicts the bound existences of the less wealthy and underestimated. His heroes are sweeper, a coolie, a worker, delicate and quiet young lady are all casualties of abuse, class-scorn

  • The Flies Reflection

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    It was a race for survival; dozens of adolescent BOYS stranded on an island, not a hint of civilization around. The lives of these BOYS changed drastically during their time on the island. It’s interesting how life can change in a matter of seconds, or especially throughout centuries. There has been an immense change in lifestyle since the 1950s, the prominent cause being technology. William Golding, the author of Lord of the Flies, displays a troubling situation in a simple time, stimulating the

  • South African National Development Plan Analysis

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    The South African National Development plan offers a long-term perspective to the reduction of poverty and inequality in the country. The NDP defines the desired destination and recognises the role played by the different sectors in reaching the proposed goals, this is according to the then Minister of Presidency: National Planning Commission, Trevor Manuel. The main aim of the South African Development Plan is to reduce poverty and inequality by the year 2030. The NDP aims to do this by consuming