The tension between scientific advancement and moral/ethical responsibility The tension between scientific advancement and moral/ethical responsibility Scientific progress and moral/ethical responsibility are two issues that are always in constant conflict with one another because their association. Scientific inquiry operates in a social environment that upholds specific moral values. Scientists aim to generate results and processes beneficial to society, including finding solutions to the problems that are detrimental the wellbeing of the people. To find a […]
The Case of Graffiti How Public Art Advocates for the Refugee Crisis: The Case of Graffiti Public art is a broad domain of advocacy that is widely used in contemporary societies. It is an umbrella realm of art that includes graffiti, architectural installations, paintings, ceramics, and sculptures. These tools can raise awareness and bring about positive change to difficult social, political, or economic challenges such as the common gender inequality and the global refugee […]
Is Globalisation of English Regarded as A Threat to Arabic Language Natives in The Gulf Region (GCC)?
Is Globalisation of English Regarded as A Threat to Arabic Language Natives in The Gulf Region (GCC)? Is Globalisation of English Regarded as A Threat to Arabic Language Natives in The Gulf Region (GCC)? Introduction The technological progress and the ever-growing use of the internet in daily life and business transactions are some of the most dominant features of globalization. As a result of these developments, innumerable changes have taken place in the different walks […]
Dependent Free Laborers Dependent Free Laborers The eighth chapter of the book “Who Built America” covers an interesting history of America’s development under immigration, Urban, Life, and Social Reform in the Free Labor North between 1838 and 1860. Using the caption story of Irish travelers, the authors Bridget Murphy and Patrick Kennedy, build on the origin of and classification of laborers as slave laborers of the South and free-laborers of the North. They used the […]
PwC Internship Experience PwC Internship Experience Executive Summary Internship generally refers to the limited period offered by an organization to individuals seeking work experience, often students. Initially, internship programs were a confine of medical students but increased liberalization in the labour market has forced graduate students to not only seek for the relevant skills but also for the experience required in their particular industry. This paper explores the internship experience at PwC, which is a […]