Spouse Abuse

Spouse abuse is one of social challenges that many families face today. Many spouses are involved in conflicts, unending wrangles, and battles that have torn their families apart. Spouse abuse or spousal abuse refers to an abusive and intimidating behavior that involves the mistreatment and cruelty towards a partner in an intimate relationship such as…

Sociology Reflection Paper

Reflection about Level of Racism, Privilege, and Wealth Gap It is important to accept the influence of race, privilege, and wealth gap in the society. Racism connotes the discrimination or prejudice that comes because of the difference in skin color. On the other hand, privilege means a favor accorded to some individuals based on specific…

Technology and Engineering: Organizational Analysis

Introduction In the recent years, environmental issues have become distressing global concerns apparently because of the interconnectedness of communities and environmental systems. Today, people live in an all-changed world faced with numerous pressing challenges such as rising sea levels, desertification, climate change, pollution, and extinction of important flora and fauna species. The impacts and costs…

The Myth of the American Family

The contemporary world is often claimed to be the time of lost moral values, ambiguous ethics and double standards. Given the assumption, it is not surprising that a lot of modern Americans consider the post-war time of 1950s to be the model of family welfare. To be more specific, the given period is associated with…

Gender Issue

In the modern world, there is a tendency of identification and active fight against gender issues. Nowadays, China faced a problem of an acute shortage of the female population for the first time. Throughout the millennia, a huge number of traditions, rules, and restrictions concerning marriage and wedding was developed strictly regulating  social roles and…

Final Examination, Part II: a Reflection on Status of Human Rights

Introduction Since the passage of the UDHR (1948) analysis has been rife on the legal character, which has threatened to eclipse its power and normative character. The largely positivist and legalistic debate can be regarded as redundant, but the UDHR should be evaluated based on what it has achieved. Indeed, the normative values embodied in…