An individual essay: Air Traffic Management

Questions to be answered: 1. How is the technical working principle of VHF Data Link and ADS-B? What are differences?2. Which role play the two concepts for Air Traffic Management?...

Zara Case Study

Executive Summary Zara is a successful fashion retailer that belongs to the parent company Inditex. Although Zara is the most successful chain among all Inditex’s businesses, it has...

A Comparative Analysis of a Social Problem

All countries have a number of burning social issues, which have to be solved as soon as there is a chance to do so. The solution has to be found so quickly because social problems lead to violatin...

Karma

The majority of people understand karma as the process of complex cause-and-effect relations. The term “karma” originates from the Hinduism culture. The performance of definite actions ...

Is Cyberbullying as Bad as Face-to-face One?

Introduction Today, cyberbullying is one of the most disputable topics in society since it is hard to neglect social life in the digital world of likes, shares, and comments. That is why ...

Synopsis of the Work of Gary Becker

‘The Economic Way of Looking at Life’ is a Nobel lecture delivered by Gary Becker on 9 December 1992. He discusses social issues, the reasons behind them, and their consequences from an economic po...

Death of a President

The death of a Head of State is usually a matter of grave national interest. The details of the cause of death after the demise of the president always raise a lot of public interest and become a s...

The Rise of Mass Politics and The Jacksonian Era

The 1800s period, particularly the period between 1820 and 1850 was a period that marked many changes in the United States of America. It was the very period when Andrew Jackson became popular and ...

A Poem Analysis: The Chimney Sweeper and The Tyger by William Blake

The Chimney Sweeper and The Tyger by William Blake are fascinating poems, which represent the themes of life and death through the creation of children as chimney sweepers and the tyger. In The Chi...

Hypertension

Introduction Hypertension is asymptomatic in nature and one of the most common cardiovascular diseases. Approximately 74.5 million people are affected by hypertension in the United States...