Education in the Middle Colonies

In the Middle Colonies, colonial leaders agreed that education was important but were not concerned with providing it. The decision of whether to educate children was left to individual families until 1683, when a Pennsylvania law was passed, requiring that all children be taught to read and write and be trained in a useful trade. Read More

The Tragic Flaws of Macbeth

In The Poetics, Aristotle thoroughly analyzes Greek tragedies and comes to a conclusion that tragic dramas should involve a heroic protagonist with a vulnerable weakness or frailty. This weakness is known as hamartia, or more commonly called the “tragic flaw.” The protagonist’s hamartia hinders the person’s progress and through a series of events, ultimately leads Read More

Barbie case

Barbie®: Mattel Corporation ‘I’m a blonde bimbo girl, in a fantasy world….. Life in plastic. It’s fantastic. ’ (Aqua) Barbie was born in 1959 but she has never aged because she is a doll. To date over 1 billion Barbies have been sold by the US company that own her – Mattel Corporation. Ruth Handler, Read More

Why I hate writing

My Love- Hate Relationship with writing Writing is a way to express beautiful thoughts through paper; there have been people who are horrible conversationalists but with a pen and paper create a story that has more meaning than any words that left my mouth. Then there’s me. I’m going to just come out and say Read More

preference of unorganized market over organized market

INTRODUCTION – This habilitation thesis presents a comprehensive theoretical and empirical study into a fairly recent in consumer behaviour. Market research into the changes and new patterns of consumer behaviour prompted by the virtual Environment. It’s all about regular life, Apparel shopping and mind set of the consumer. It’s about Indian market tendency. There is Read More

tensile testing report

ERRORS AND UNCERTAINTIES IN EXPERINMENTAL MEASUREMENTS ELANKUMARAN NAGARAJAN 4TH DECEMBER 2011 SUMMARY Experimentation is an important process that will be carried out on new theories, ideas, products and devices to validate them. Despite the quality of the experiment there will always be some uncertainties associated with the experimental data. These uncertainties arise due to a Read More

Abraham Lincoln case

Abraham Lincoln sprang to the presidency from extremely humble and tragic roots. His father, Thomas, and his mother, Nancy, were both illiterate. When Abraham was young, he had a sister who died as an infant and a brother who died as a boy. When Abraham was nine years old, his mother tragically died, leaving him Read More