May 27, 2020

The Legacy of Charlemagne

In 800, Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne, the eldest son of Pepin the Short. This date represents the beginning of a flourishing era of Frankish legislation and the general rise of scientific thought in medieval Europe. The king’s possessions covered a large part of modern...

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May 27, 2020

International Relations Paradigms: Realism and Marxism

One of the international relations theory’s characteristic features is the fact that its object is in the process of constant changes that hamper the effective scientific approach establishment to its study. It is no accident in this area that the different research paradigms...

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May 28, 2020

Plato’s Apology

In this response, I will try to explain how I view Socrates as an ethical leader. First, it is necessary to mention that Plato’s Apology is not a real apology but rather a defense. Socrates did not feel sorry for his actions or words because he believed that he did nothing wrong.

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May 28, 2020

Problem Statement: Social Media and Misperceptions

This focus of this study is to explicate social media and the misperceptions surrounding it. Social media is a very effective and efficient communication channel that is been used in the world currently. However, the primary focus would be on the misperceptions...

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May 28, 2020

Social Work Role in Policy Practice

Nowadays a life of an ordinary citizen is full of benefits, which were brought with the development of information technologies, and general improvement of living standard, due to the ubiquitous economic enhancement. However, there are still millions of people...

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May 28, 2020

The Elements of Fiction

All texts may be organized into different groups depending of the main criterion of such separation. Thus, as the main reason for such typological organization of texts into groups serves some common feature represented by the same element of those texts...

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