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What is the best home for wild animals, zoo or Forest?

Animals are very much like us and have their own habitat, living and their own choices. Change of habitat occurs when wild animals are moved from their natural home to an artificial habitat. This leads a lot of change in life style, food habits, and daily routines of animals. No matter how much the zoo […]

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Sex Education in Schools

Sex education refers to a segment in education that deals with sexual production, sexual intercourse, sexual anatomy of humans, and other areas related to sexual behaviors of humanity. The aim of sex education is to assist people attain an understanding of sexual developments. In the 20th century, most Europeans and Americans got sexual understanding through […]

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Economic Planning and Environmental Conservation

To what extend should economic planning be influenced by the needs of environmental conservation? According to Selman (2000), it is axiomatic that economic planning is closely influenced by many different considerations. Some individuals argue that environmental conservation is among these considerations. On the other hand, others are of the view that, no relevance exists between […]

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Advantage and disadvantage of giving international aid to poor countries

It has become a history practice for developed countries to give aid to developing countries. This international relations practice is both humanitarian as it is diplomatic. The aid can either be monetary, inform of services or materials such as goods. International aid has helped alleviate extreme low standards of living in poor countries. This includes […]

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Universities as Training Grounds for Employment

Integration of trained graduates to the professional life lies in the hands of Universities. At the University, students receive skills and attributes enabling them to be productive in the employment sectors. According to Gunn, the characteristics constitute employability. The course design and curriculum development should aim at enacting these skills and attributes needed by the […]

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STRATEGIES TO END BULLYING

Bullying is the act of constantly and intentionally intimidating another individual using speech, actions or behaviours. Frequently, bullying occurs through segregation, mockery, and physical irritation (Furlong et al., 2013).Currently, the definition incorporates cyber bullying where mobile phones, social networking site or chat rooms are used to widen gossips and abuse others. As part of the […]

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The Crusades: Salvation or Exploitation

The term crusade describes the campaigns aggravated by the religious factor in the early century periods ranging from 1100-1600 BC. Most if not all, was speared by the East Muslim community (Crabtree, 2008, page 44, 54,248). In the Christian community, the crusades universally served to affirm their faith that in turn converted some non-believers. The […]

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Are zoos necessary for education?

Zoos are enclosed facilities that house world animals or endangered species of animals for purposes of public display, preservation, and scientific study. In the past, zoos were only used for the amusement of man with minimal regard to the welfare of the animals. However, this has drastically changed over the last three decades. Thanks to […]

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Should retirement be compulsory at 65 years of age?

The retirement age has been a subject of discussion in various occupational fields. Many employees would not want to retire even when in old age (Lynch, C., 2012). This is may be because of their earnings, responsibilities, better ways of spending time and many other reasons. I think it would be best if everybody retires […]

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Changes in Male Roles in the last 20 years

Introduction In the ancient past up to around twenty years ago, roles were defined based on gender. Men in the society were expected to perform certain tasks that were considered a taboo when performed by women. Similarly, women also had their well spelt out roles. The roles of men, who were the heads of their […]

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