Corporate Social Responsibility paper

Corporate Social Responsibility I do agree with Friedman ‘s views regarding Corporate Social Responsibility. This is in the sense that while there is a need for individuals to exercise good and engage in activities that benefit society, his claim that the current approach to CSR amounts to coercion and essentially demonizes profit-making is quite valid.… Continue reading Corporate Social Responsibility paper

The contrast between Conservatism Versus Liberalism

Conservatism Versus Liberalism The article “Margaret Thatcher The Lady Who Changed the World,” is a piece on The Economist which discusses the political life of the former British prime minister and how her legacy continues to live on. The article presents a unique view of conservatism, equating it to what it calls “Thatcherism.” According to… Continue reading The contrast between Conservatism Versus Liberalism

Annotated Bibliography n Human Trafficking

Annotated Bibliography n Human Trafficking Aronowitz, A. (2009). Human Trafficking, Human Misery:The Global Trade in Human Beings.    Greenwood Publishing Group.  According to the United Nations, human trafficking is defined as, “The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, or receipt of persons by means of :” coercion, fraud, abduction, deception.   Financial Crisis and Human Trafficking in Persons… Continue reading Annotated Bibliography n Human Trafficking

Critical thinking methodology in educational programs

Reflection on Critical thinking Questions (CTQ ) and Literature Group (LG) Critical thinking methodology has been embraced in many educational programs and has gone a long way to assisting students to participate in a democratic society. Though there have been several debates as to whether critical thinking should actually be taught in schools, I do… Continue reading Critical thinking methodology in educational programs

Chinese Working-Class as “Passive and Weak”

Chinese Working-Class as “Passive and Weak” according to Qiu Linchuan According to many scholars, the idea of the digital divide has made the working class in China passive and weak, a notion that Jack Linchuan Qiu disproves. Communication technology no doubt initially encouraged the rise of different classes of people, while at the same time… Continue reading Chinese Working-Class as “Passive and Weak”