Common Sense

Introduction Common Sense is a pamphlet of a British-born author against the British rule during the colonial period in America in the honor of a new society and state. Common Sense was published a few centuries ago in the circumstances of pre-Revolutionary moods in the then society, which intend...

Appraisal of an Article

Title The article under analysis is called ‘Cure-responding during simulated routine nursing care: A mixed-method study’ and is written by Chan (2010). It focuses on exploring cure-responding patterns of nursing students during the routine care in a simulated setting. The title provides suffici...

Hamlet’s Indecision, Hesitation, and Delay

Hamlet’s father comes to him as a ghost requiring him to avenge on King Claudius on his behalf. However, he is hesitant in completing this mission. Notably, Hamlet does not find a perfect opportunity to revenge King Claudius because he finds him in an awkward position every time he tries to kill h...

The Matrix: The Self and Self Perception

Introduction The self is divided into three co-existing parts namely the individual self, the relational self and the collective self. Each of these selves is significant in shaping the individual in question, the way one perceives himself/herself, the way one interacts with others and even the rol...

Modern Media

1. To start with, it has to be assumed that social and psychological factors have an essential impact on one’s choice of media. The researcher Attardo (2014) pointed out the factors which influence the choice of media result in new perspectives for the analysis of social and psychological factors...

Earth’s Climate Change

The existence of a variable number of climate zones reveals the weather conditions that are peculiar for certain territories or regions. It does not necessarily mean that the climate and its components must be similar for a single country. Instead, the number of specific differences can be viewed wi...