Increasing the Relevance of Business Schools
This paper discusses the relevance of emotional intelligence in business schools, including the many benefits of EI and why it is important in a globalized society characterized by diversit.
MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT.
Examines facts & myths of 1955 bus boycott. Organizers, community context, women leaders, Martin Luther King, Jr.
SEPARATE BUT EQUAL
Discusses the 1991 televison docudrama SEPARATE BUT EQUAL, that details the story of Brown v. Board of Education, the 1954 landmark Supreme Court ruling to desegregate public schools, the first victory of the civil rights movement.
Examines argument that police should live in the communities which they patrol & that citizens should participate more in crime prevention & reporting.
Women in Management
Analysis of the issue of women in management and working within a changing corporate culture. The problem of women's careers stuck in middle management. The glass ceiling effect. Changes taking place for women within the corporate culture. Influences on corporate/organizational culture.
CREATINE AND WEIGHT LIFTING
Study of the use of the nutrient creatine to assist with muscle building, particularly in the area of weight lifting. Reviews research on the topic; whether oral creatine increases maximal strength and power. Concludes that oral creatine supplement combined with resistance training does improve maximal weight life in young men.
Courts and Policy making
Discusses the judicial branch in the United States and policymaking in terms of judicial restraint and judicial activism.
Brown v. The Board of Education
This paper discusses the landmark Brown v. The Board of Education case, discussing its consequences and offering original analysis and independent opinion of the case and its outcomes.
ST. PAUL, MINNESTOTA, SEGREGATION CRISIS.
In-depth study of causes, effects & responses to city's racial divisions in late 1960s & early 1970s, focusing on interconnectedness of educational, racial, political & socioeconomic factors.