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To what extent was the Crimean War (1853 – 1856) ‘disastrously planned and poorly executed’ (Economist 2014)

| January 21, 2017

Introduction This essay examines the claim that the Crimean War (1853-1856) was ‘disastrously planned and poorly executed’ (Economist 2014). The first section looks at the circumstances out of which the war arose, providing some background to the conflict while suggesting that from its inception the war was characterised by errors in judgment and miscommunication.

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An evaluation of the impact of social policy in relation to childhood poverty since 1997

| January 20, 2017

Introduction This essay considers the effects of government policy on child poverty since 1997. This date represents both a high and low point of the war against child poverty.

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The strategic role of the Royal British Navy in the First World War

| January 20, 2017

Introduction The Royal Navy of the United Kingdom (UK) is the oldest part of Britain’s combat forces and is often referred to as the “Senior Service”.

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Choose one case study and evaluate it from the perspective of the Behaviourist Approach. Provide strategies for intervention based only on this theory

| January 20, 2017

Abstract This essay evaluates case study 3B through the perspective of behaviourism as identified by Skinner et al (1948).

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Cellular pathology: importance of dyes in identifying normal and abnormal histological features of tissues

| January 19, 2017

Introduction In the study of tissues, histological staining is important in order to study cellular structures, intracellular and extracellular substances at the microscopic level (Stevens and Lowe, 1997).

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A Review of Intelligence for an Age of Terror (Treverton, 2009).

| January 16, 2017

Introduction This book by Treverton (2009) is argued here to be a vitally important area of work that looks specifically at the way in which the use of intelligence has naturally had to change as a result of modern society.

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What role can Youth Workers play in Reducing Anti Social Behaviour?

| January 16, 2017

Abstract This paper is a research proposal which seeks to address the potential that youth workers have in reducing anti-social behaviour.

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The Trajectory of ISIS: Political Discourse and Youth Agenda

| January 14, 2017

Introduction The influence of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) is spreading fast not only in the Middle East but also across the globe. The sophistication and intensity of the ISIS’s onslaughts to expand their territory has raised questions of how they manage to accomplish their missions in the recent past.

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Does the Euro Crises prove that any of these member states: Greece, Ireland and Portugal should have not been allowed to join the euro?

| January 14, 2017

Abstract The creation of the Eurozone following the Maastricht Treaty led to the region becoming one of the largest single currency areas in the world. However, at the heart of this project lay a series of inherent weaknesses.

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Archimedes’ Autobiobraphy

| January 14, 2017

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – DISSRTATION EXAMPLES & FREE ESSAYS Abstract The invention of mathematical formulas used in physical and chemical sciences has played a crucial role in technological advancement exhibited in the contemporary society. Many of these inventions were made in the early and the late 1800’s, while some made as early as […]

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Comparison of the Theories of Sigmund Freud and Emile Durkheim on Religion

| January 14, 2017

Abstract This paper examines the works of Sigmund Freud and Emile Durkheim on religion, looking at how both theorists essentially viewed religion as serving an integral role in human culture.

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A consideration of the principles and practice that underpin the Early Years Foundation Stage and how the current framework relates to young children’s needs and interests

| January 13, 2017

Introduction DfE (2013a) enunciates that the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is a set of statutory guidelines which all childcare providers (including schools, nurseries and children’s centres) must adhere to in catering for children between the ages of 0 to 5, upon which time they will enter full-time education. 

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Policing in Angola

| January 13, 2017

Abstract With a need to maintain order and protect the citizens, nations such as Angola are grappling with how to create and maintain a police force. This study assesses the strengths and weaknesses of using non-state police forces in a law keeping and enforcement capacity.

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Understanding of Participant Observation

| January 13, 2017

Abstract This essay discusses participant observation as a method of collecting anthropological data from the tube. This method allows researchers to gather information through observation and interviewing of individuals who are taking the tube as a means of transportation.

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The Principal Legacies of Imperialism for the Contemporary World Economy

| January 13, 2017

Abstract This study explores the principal legacies of imperialism for the contemporary world economy. The findings indicate that although colonialism ended many years ago, its effects and policies still remain in the global economy and it is being aided by globalisation.

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Dissertation Sample – Is it Possible to Reduce the Harm Caused by Human Trafficking?

| January 12, 2017

 Abstract This paper reviews the practice and extent of human trafficking across the globe in order to assess the harm which is inflicted upon victims. This paper utilises case studies and academic research from the USA and Northern Ireland in order to find that regardless of the activity or the experiences of victims, all experiences […]

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Explain and critically assess Weber’s conception of power

| January 12, 2017

Introduction This essay explains and critically assesses Max Weber’s conception of power. In the current study Weber is identified as manifesting both the Hobbesian and Machiavellian proto-realist perspectives: in conceptualising power as fundamentally connected to implicit threat and coercive force.

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What are the implications of super-diversity. With a principal focus on one particular form of social diversity, critically evaluate competing claims pertaining to the nature and implications of such diversity for full inclusion in contemporary society.

| January 12, 2017

Introduction As a result of unprecedented migration, forced or through choice, there have been calls for a dramatic rethink with regards some of the most basic concepts used in the social sciences (Blommaert, 2012). Vertovec (2007) introduced a new concept which was meant to address the changes taking place as a result of global migration […]

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When Did The Nazis Decide On Genocide? Critically Discuss With A Focus On The Jewish Population Of Europe

| January 12, 2017

Introduction The current essay examined the question of when the Nazis decided on genocide with a specific focus on the extermination of European Jewry.

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Outline and critically analyse a prominent contribution to the construction of modern childhood, illustrating your argument with contemporary examples

| January 10, 2017

Introduction Philippe Aries suggested that ‘childhood’ was a modern phenomenon that had only come into being in recent times (McDowall-Clark, 2010). Aries believed the high mortality rate of infants in the pre-modern era meant parents were too afraid to get attached to their children.

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