Mediation

Introduction The mediation process is an efficient dispute resolution mechanism that involves the help of a mediator. The parties of the dispute are able to develop options after identifying the disputed issues, taking into consideration the propose...
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Thematic Comparison: “Othello”, “My Last Duchess” and “How It Will End”

The play Othello explores the theme of a conflict in love, which results from misconceptions and misunderstanding between the lovers. Similarly, the poems My Last Duchess by Robert Browning and How It Will End by Denise Duhamel also address the same ...
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Parliaments of China and Japan

Introduction The legislative power in Japan and China is a branch of the government power directed at the formation, development, discussion, and the establishment of laws and other regulations. The most crucial and central legislative body in the J...
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Cultural and Generational Conflict in “Who’s Irish?” and “Bombay Gourmet”

The history of conflicts knows 2 easiest ways for developing a conflict, such as cultural and familial differences. The variety of contexts, in which people are always engaged, serves as the catalyst for occurrence of the new conflicts. It is often h...
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Writing Assignment 2: Buddhism and Jainism

India has always been rich in different philosophical schools of thought. As a matter of fact, its religious teachings tried to justify or disprove the Hindu division into castes. Still, Buddhism and Jainism have acquired the greatest number of follo...
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The Affirmative Action

Crawford (2004) presents an excellent analysis of the dilemma faced by the current state of the affirmative action by investigating five different options of the non-discrimination rule. There are interesting insights in the paper followed by appropr...
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Book Comparison: “I am Legend” and “Y: the Last Man Vol.1”

The book I am Legend by Richard Matheson explores the psychosomatic agony experienced by the protagonist Robert Neville. The epidemic affects all the populace except Neville. This epidemic is said to have been caused by war and spread by windstorms i...
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