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Interview Question: What Is Your Work Style? (With Example Answers)

By Sarah 0 Comment May 25, 2022

To determine your working style , you can also think about how you communicate (written versus verbal, listening versus talking), how you deal with conflict (confrontative versus avoidant) and how you go through your day (very planned out versus “winging it”). You can even take a personality test like the DISC Assessment to help you […]

Core Values in Business

By Sarah 0 Comment May 10, 2022

To better understand the importance of company core values, let’s consider Zappos as an example. Zappos is a company well-known for intentionally cultivating its (zany, creative) corporate culture to attract and retain committed staff and raving fans . To create its company culture, Zappos developed 10 core values (including “create fun and a little weirdness”), […]

Social Anthropology

By Sarah 0 Comment January 20, 2020

In almost all anthropological writings and discussions, one of the most commonly mentioned words is family, and yet none of them have portrayed a clear and concise meaning. The complex nature of family carries with it a multitude of a sense of connection and relatedness. For some individuals, a family may refer to close member/kin […]

Top Tips for Writing a Great Essay on Gender Equality

By Sarah 0 Comment April 25, 2019

Essay writing is something you can’t escape if you’re in college. Regardless of the field, you’re studying, at one point you will be asked to write a paper on a certain subject. If that subject is gender equality, then you will have some work to do, as it’s not the easiest subject. It would be […]

10 Businesswomen Who Should Be on Your Radar

By Sarah 0 Comment April 6, 2019

It is undoubtedly true that our voices as women have already been heard and that the efforts are finally bearing fruits. Women are making great strides in their work, and this includes women of all types even women of color. 2018 has been a year of more successes and more achievements. There is a cataclysmic […]

Bedrock or High-Risk: Which Type of Entrepreneur are You?

By Sarah 0 Comment March 25, 2019

Retailers are generally bedrock entrepreneurs; fast-track Silicon Valley startups are generally high-risk entrepreneurs. These two examples should give you good clues about the two types of entrepreneurs and their mindsets. It’s like the difference between the tortoise and the hare in the famous fable. Except, in entrepreneurship, both the tortoise and hare can be winners. […]

Cleanliness Levels of Men and Women

By Sarah 0 Comment March 13, 2019

            The article “Down and Dirty: Do Men and Women Perceive Cleanliness Differently?” tries to understand whether there is a difference when it comes to the cleanliness levels of men and women. According to the literature review essay, men are less tidy as compared to women. A workplace for men has more bacteria while that […]

South Korea Marks First ‘Comfort Women’ Day and the Controversies That Surround

By Sarah 0 Comment March 6, 2019

Between 1932 and 1945 Japan forced women of the countries she occupied to become servicemen prostitutes. These countries include China, Korea and other countries in Southeast Asia. Although it is almost a century from the time first women were forced into prostitution for imperial Japan, their servitude details are painful and cause a division in […]

Women’s Oppression

By Sarah 0 Comment February 15, 2019

In The feminine mystique, Betty Friedan tries to demystify the emptiness that engulfed most American women in 1950’s and 1960’s. Women were working hard for themselves, their children and husband. They did everything possible to keep their families intact including doing extra jobs to supplement their husband’s incomes. However, there was a strange feeling, a […]

What is God?

By Sarah 0 Comment November 9, 2018

There have been opposing views about existence of God among scholars and philosophers. Many contradicting theistic arguments have been developed to proof that God exists. This academic piece of work explores Ockham’s razor concept with respect to existence of God. In addition, the work explores other theistic arguments and attempts to show that the proposed […]