Why Literature Matters in the 21-st Century?
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.”
This is a famous quote by George R.R. Martin (George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons) which rhymes with advocacy of other great leaders like Napoleon, Mahatma Gandhi, Socrates praising literature and its importance in the benefit of mankind and spreading peace in world. But as a matter of fact that none of the productive worker feel the need of literature in this ever changing world. There are plenty of real world examples, which are highly successful in their respective field with very little or no knowledge of literature. Literature is necessarily the spice of life not necessity. There are various reasons why it is essential amongst different age groups especially young adults. Continue reading
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What Veteran’s Day Means to Me
Veteran’s Day is a public holiday held on the anniversary of the end of the First World War to honour veterans and victims of all wars. From generation to generation the perception of this holiday had been changing. As far as I know, the young generation has a different understanding of this holiday. I want to present the viewpoint of modern generation. Continue reading →
What Are the Features of Widowhood Practice in Nigeria?
Widowhood practices in Nigeria include customs which require women to engage in a number of rituals that many consider evidence of a double standard between the way men and women are treated after a spouse passes away. Losing a husband places a woman in a place of extreme vulnerability with regard to her ability to support herself financially, and her ability to provide emotional and financial support for any children from the marriage. Continue reading →
Why Are South Korean and Japanese People So Healthy?
It is no secret that mentality of eastern people differ from the others. Devotion and respect to traditions, healthy lifestyle and constant care about environment are not the only advantages. Most of the countries popularize healthy lifestyle, however, Asian countries combine old traditions, exercises and techniques with modern approaches and creativity. To be particular Japan and South Korea are the most developed in healthcare aspect; for this reason, they are worth of attention and investigation. Continue reading →
Explore the relevance of Peter Hunt’s claim in relation to Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
The Harry Potter books are one of the most read series of our century written by the author J. K. Rowling. Despite the fact that this book is considered to belong to children’s literature it amuses the minds of people of all ages. It seems that the story of a boy who lived managed to overcome even classic literature in the past decades. It made some children take a break from computers and start reading again. Nevertheless not all critics are so optimistic about this piece of art. Continue reading →
The Cultural and Social Reasons Behind Paris Syndrome
Paris Syndrome, a temporary disorder afflicting some visitors to Paris, is mostly attributed to culture shock. Patients exhibit various psychotic symptoms, anxiety, and psychosomatic dizziness and it effects Japanese citizens more readily than people from other parts of the world (Wyatt, 2009). Continue reading →
Prisoner’s dilemma is a fundamental problem as a part of game theory. According to it, rational individuals won’t always cooperate with each other even if they all will benefit from such cooperation. A player (prisoner) will try to maximise his own advantage without any regard to the benefits of others.
What Will Be the Most Important Digital Marketing Trend in 2016?
The 2016 marketers will have to take a much closer look to what they create and interrogate in order to really add value for the audience. Digital marketing platform has become very competitive in the recent years. For the buyers to invest their time and to find certain content valuable, the marketers will have to go an extra mile in digital marketing. The marketers will have to conduct assessments, surveys, polls and interviews in order to know exactly what the buyers want. The online marketing world in 2016 will see many marketers fall and others rise due to their choices in digital marketing. Continue reading →
Major Reforms in the Indian Economy After 1990
Greater globalization dominated the world economic and human development in the 1990s urging nations and governments to make unprecedented all-encompassing changes. Could India, as a sizable part of the global economy, act as a holdout? The richest country since ancient times with its distinguished history, India by that time was facing severe problems of agrarian overcrowding, dole-queue crisis aggravated by urban and rural poverty and hunger. As at the beginning of 1990s its foreign debt reached $70 billion, and the Indian government had to resort to the IMF and World Bank for gross borrowings. The country embarked on a path of structural adjustment reforms known as a New Industrial Policy 1991 aimed at achievement of social and economic justice, eradication of poverty and unemployment, and building of a modern, democratic and forward-looking India. Continue reading →
Can the recent wave of intense mutual violence in Israel, cause another Gaza war or the third Intifada?
Since the inception of the State of Israel, the Arab-Israeli relations always were on the brink of the war. During the last 40 years Israel and Arab countries, like partially-recognized state of Palestine, had a number of conflicts and wars that defined the Arab-Israeli relations as perpetual sectarian and racial conflict that does not seem to seize to exist in the years to come. Recent acts of Arab on Israeli violence led some to believe that this new spiral of conflict may lead to a new intifada or even new Gaza war. While, on the surface, it may seem like a logical continuation of an ever going struggle, the real reasons and intentions this time might differ and produce a totally different outcome than all the previous acts of violence. Continue reading →