Georgia Essay Topics

Georgia Voluntary Payment Doctrine

The Georgia Voluntary Payment Doctrine is a policy that has been used in Georgia law since the 19th Century. It has been exercised so long that this policy has codified a statute. Because it dates back two centuries when business deals were completed on one’s word, face-to-face and with a hand shake, it causes one… View Article

Georgia & Southwestern Asia

Georgia is located in Southwestern Asia. It borders the Black Sea between Turkey and Russia. It is slightly smaller than South Carolina in size and has a population of 4,630,841 people. It enjoys a warm and pleasant climate and has a largely mountainous terrain. The primary religion of Georgia is Orthodox Christian. Smaller groups practice… View Article

Latinos and other races

Researchers did a study on bicycle helmet use in a rural Georgia town. They observed children riding bicycles during specified days and times over a five month period, both before and after incentive programs like free helmet distribution and bike safety education. Another “incentive” was that kids’ bicycles would be impounded if they were found… View Article

Mistreatment of Native Americans

Land; is this a good enough reason for the mistreatment of Native Americans? Invading their lands, killing their people, breaking treaties, sending them to reservations; all this for land? The U.S. government has done many cruel and unfair things in the past, but this must rank among one of the most. It is through their… View Article

A Mini Vacation to Atlanta, Georgia

Traveling is one of my family’s favorite things to do. The family has visited numerous places throughout the United States, however, none are as memorable as Atlanta, Georgia. In Atlanta, there are many places to go and sights to see such as: Cola-cola factory, Cabbage Patch Kids Factory, Under Ground Mall, the Zoo, Atlanta Braves… View Article

Chick-fil-a case study

Looking at this case study, it really shows me how a company that has morals and beliefs can still make it in this competitive environment. I am a huge Chick-fil-A fan and am proud of them for standing by their beliefs. The types of marketing strategies used by Chick-fil-A are substantial and completely different from… View Article

Orange Crush

Introduction The purpose of this paper is to conduct an online environmental monitoring on Orange Crush. Savannah Morning News states “Orange Crush, which has drawn crowds of young people to the beach for more than 30 years, is an unorganized event. It was once sponsored by Savannah State University, but that stopped 22 years ago.”… View Article

Martin Luther King I Have a Dream

1) Rock solid, unshakeable confidence You can see from Martin Luther King’s body language that he was calm and grounded as he delivered his speech. Although you can’t see his feet as he’s speaking, I’d imagine him to be heavily planted to the ground, with a solid posture that says “Here I am. I’m not… View Article

Biblical Themes in Politcal Discourse

Although the name Caucasus has been around for some 2000 years, and may suggest unity and coherence, the region these days is best known for the ethnic and religious divides resulting in recurrent bloody conflicts between the various minorities and the post-Soviet independent states. This fascinating volume creates an illuminating perspective on the politics, history… View Article