Concept Essay Topics

Concept of Beauty According to the Western Philosophers

Beauty is an emotional element, a pleasure of ours, which nevertheless we regard as a quality of thing. The ideas of beauty is found in almost every culture and at almost every time in human history, with many similarities. Beauty was and still is a term of great esteem linking human beings and nature with… View Article

The Concept of Aging

The review of literature begins with the concept and phenomenon of aging, concept of healthy old age, myths related to aging and new interpretation of aging from research. It also covers topics like correlates of subjective health, the needs of the aged and aging and institutionalization. Then it moves on to the explanation of subjective… View Article

Concept of Martyrdom

The world became astounded after it has witnessed one of the greatest tragedies of humankind. September 11, 2001 is the date where the international community has been introduced to an unknown face of an enemy. With no specified structure, its organization remains to be a vague concept with evidences and facts which are not thoroughly… View Article

When will the concept be available?

Webinars, interactive presentations or lectures transmitted over the web (Webopedia. com, 2007), are fast becoming a marketing tool preferred by many companies. It allows people from different locations to meet online while listening to a speaker or group of hosts. It also allows interaction although limitations are set by the organizers to ensure smooth transfer… View Article

Tyson’s Marketing Move

An article in the Australian (31 January 2007) entitled “Ethanol boom fuels food prices: Tyson” talks about the Tyson’s view on boosting ethanol production. Tyson, the leading producer of meat and poultry products calls the attention of the US government as to the increasing cost of corn feeds due to booming production of ethanol. This… View Article

The Reality of Having Philosophy, Ethics And Religion

     A human being will always have a belief on something that influences his or her action, no matter how one calls it. Humans are rational beings but there are things which they do not know before they act in which case they must have an assumption. Such an assumption may be called a philosophy,… View Article

Social Psychology

Now imagine that you are a social psychologist, for this assignment you must use social concepts learned in this chapter to explain some of the strange, terrible, and outrageous things that people do to each other. Read the following stories and respond to the questions with complete sentences that are free of spelling and grammatical… View Article

Personal Application Assignment

A variety of texts and articles over the past few years have argued for the use of an alternative approach to teaching organizational behavior, one that emphasizes experiential learning. This approach “emphasizes an existential, emergent view for learning organizational behavior” (McMullen, 1979), where the role of the instructor is that of learning facilitator, responsible for… View Article

Positive and negative viewpoints of Hospice Care

Hospice, in the earliest days, was a concept rooted in the centuries-old idea of offering a place of shelter and rest, or “hospitality” to weary and sick travelers on a long journey. In 1967 Dame Cicely Saunders at St. Christopher’s Hospice in London first applied the term “hospice” to specialized care for dying patients. Today,… View Article

The study of proxemics

The study of proxemics was introduced by Edward T. Hall in 1966 to describe the interactions between different people and the way that they act (Hall 1966). As Hall explained, the dynamics of proxemics is similar to that of gravity in that there are inverse influences that two bodies exert upon each other (Hall 1966)…. View Article

Air Traffic Management Concept

This paper aims to show some major issues regarding the integration of future ground-based ATM decision support systems (The Air Traffic Management Concept) and how these systems will improve the human factor in the air traffic system. If present airspace procedures continue as it is, escalating traffic demands are presumed to compromise many things. Among… View Article

Сentral concepts

During a crisis it means that old interpretations are failing and new interpretations should be sought; however, crisis and belief from a narrative hermeneutic perspective are processes in which their attributions and interpretation have central concepts. This has contributed to psychologists and theologians into carrying out research on the crisis, to determine factors that contribute… View Article

Operation Process Map

Part 2: Personal learning experience 2.1 Peer feedback Everyone in our group had contributed much to the final outcome. And each member was on behalf of different responsibilities of the group work. Loan Tran, like a group leader, always offer a rough proposal which tight up with our final objective, furthermore, she was responsible for… View Article

Conceptual /Theoretical Framework

A. Introduction Whatever a person judges worth having, worth doing and worth being reflect his/her values. Values may be non-moral or moral. Non-moral values are those that people want or desire such as activities like reading or exercising. Moral values are standards or principles by which we judge our actions as either good or bad…. View Article

Introduction to Sociology: The Concept of Deviance

Understanding that society has unavoidably primary influences on what is deemed deviant or not significantly reduces the confusion that abound concerning the subject. This paper presents this assumption and emphasizes the pertinent works of several experts in the field. Ahmad and Rosenhan in their separate treatises try to put forth convincing proofs and arguments as… View Article