Student Depression and Anxiety

The 21st century has seen the most rapid increase in development such as transportation, telecommunication, automobiles, refrigerators and many other forms of technology. It has made our lives not just easier but sufficiently tolerable, however in tandem with this development came the physical and intangible difficulties such as poverty, inflation, anxiety, depression, health issues, and... Continue Reading →

Why Do We Help Others In Our Society?

Prosocial behavior is basically voluntary helping behavior that is displayed without any wish or perspective of return, the main reason behind this is to evoke the sense of help as a whole in the society. Some of the main prosocial behaviors include helping, sharing, donating and other voluntary practices that help in improving the society. The... Continue Reading →

Marx’s Theory Of Alienation

The world we live in isfull of contradictions, we have food that we have produced by using modern technology yet there are nations that starve to death. He named this theory as a theory of alienation, in this theory he explained that human behaviors that lie behind impersonal forces basically dominate the society.He explained that... Continue Reading →

Impossibility Of Unconditional Love

What exactly is love? Is it blind trust and loyalty? Is it helping each other out in times of need? Is it giving everything and not wanting anything in return? Is it accepting others for who they are, and not what you want them to be? Is it something that should always be perfect like... Continue Reading →

Teacher’s Perceptions Toward iPad Classroom Integration

 Introduction Technological literacy is a necessary 21st-century skill for today’s world. According to North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (2003), it is imperative that schools and school districts act specifically to provide learning experiences that enable students to find success in a rapidly changing, knowledge-based, global society. Teachers are increasingly required to learn and use more... Continue Reading →

Affect Of Genes On Behavior Of Child

Genetics and Heredity There is evidence available regarding that a child is similar in behavior to his or her parents. There have been debates on aggressive parents having aggressive children and agreeable parents being primary caregivers of their agreeable children. Most of the children have been raised up by their biological parents, and each of... Continue Reading →

Critique On “Why Competition” By Alfie Kohn

Link to The Original Article The essay "Why competition" is Alfie Kohn's famous publication that appeared in "The Humanist" during the year 1980. Kohn's writing is a part of extensive literature that is already found shedding light on both the pros and cons of competition owing to its undeniable relevance in our lives. Whether it's... Continue Reading →

Social Media: For Good or For Bad

It is an undeniable fact that social media has plagued our lives. It allows us to create and share information, ideas and other form of expressions via virtual networks. Social media has been so intertwined in our lifestyle that it has become an irreplaceable element of our lives. In recent years, social media has proved... Continue Reading →

Critique on “How To Stop Rape” by Roosh Valizadeh

"Roosh Valizadeh, an American blogger, pickup artist and writer, graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in microbiology. He initially started working as an industrial biologist but after leaving his job, he started his local blog called "DC bachelor" which later he named as "Roosh V" "("About Roosh V (Daryush Valizadeh)"). Roosh Valizadeh... Continue Reading →

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