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The impact of women in national leadership, in contemporary times

Women National Leaders Introduction This essay posits to the impact of women in national leadership, in contemporary times. There has been a fresh proliferation in literature on women in national leadership. Numerous researchers have demonstrated their interested in women leadership styles in an endeavor to discover resemblances and disparities in the male and female approaches towards leadership. However, the findings of several of these studies are outstandingly contradictory and at the hub of the controversy is the link between leadership and gender….

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Racism in the Criminal Justice System

Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Course Code: Date: Racism in the Criminal Justice System Racism is one of the most common social vices that has stemmed the American society for a long time, and this can be traced back to the foundation of the nation. There have been various forms of racism, as well as the impacts, but one of the most common is that against the black community. Since the foundation of the United States, people of African descent have been discriminated…

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Racism in the American Society

Name Professor’s Name Course Date Racism in the American Society The issue of systemic racism remains largely unaddressed and an issue of concern in the United States and this has been the case since the days of our founding fathers. Slavery was not resolved by the constitution or the conflict of the American civil war. Notably, the face of slavery and racism has transformed and continued to enslave the generations that follow. However, the emergence of the Civil Rights Movement has played…

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The Impact of Utilizing

Annotated Bibliography: iBook and Learner Engagement Student’s name Institutional affiliation Topic: The Impact of Utilizing iBooks on Learners’ Academic Engagement and Language Acquisition in ESL Classes for Grade Six Almekhlafi, A. G. (2021). The effect of E-books on Preservice student teachers’ achievement and perceptions in the United Arab Emirates. Education and Information Technologies, 26(1), 1001-1021. E-books are slowly taking over as and replacing traditional textbooks in many educational institutions. This research investigated the effect that e-books had on the ability of students to learn…

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Racism in the American Justice System

Name: Professor: Course: Date: Racism in the American Justice System “Is the American justice system racist?” Journalist Shane Smith posed this thought-provoking question to President Obama during his 2015 visit to the FCI El Reno in Oklahoma. The President’s candid reply to this amounted to one word, yes. The America justice system is racist because it punishes people of particular races and ethnicities more than others, and this is a well-documented issue. The United States incarcerates more people than any other country…

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Racism in the 21st Century

Racism in the 21st Century Student’s Name Institution Racism in the 21st Century It sounds sound awkward and disgusting to talk about the existence of racism in America in the 21st century a thing that is believed to have been curbed many years back. How does racism exist while the Negros and other minority groups were granted a civil right in the nation? It is an alarming question, but the fact remains that the direct form of racism was changed into an…

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The Impact of Using Body Cameras by Law enforcement Officers.

The Impact of Using Body Cameras by Law enforcement Officers. Student’s Name Department of affiliation Course Professor Date The Impact of Using Body Cameras by Law enforcement Officers. Dawes, D., Heegaard, W., Brave, M., Paetow, G., Weston, B., & Ho, J. (2015). Body-Worn Cameras Improve Law Enforcement Officer Report Writing Accuracy. Journal of law enforcement, 4(6). In this article, Dawes et al. delves into the issue of using the body-worn cameras and its importance in recording an accurate and valid statements. In an era…

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The Impact of the Next Industrial Revolution

The Impact of the Next Industrial Revolution Student’ name Institutional affiliation The Impact of the Next Industrial Revolution Introduction We are on the verge of another technological uprising set to superficially alter how we work, live, and recount to each other. The scope, complexity, and scale of this transformation will be different from any experience humankind has encountered before. At this point, we are not sure about how the revolution will unfold, but the one thing that is certain is that there…

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Racism in Education Field

Racism in Education Field Student’s Name Institution Racism in Education Field How are cultism, peer pressure, corruption and nepotism realities in the education sector differ from racism realities in the education field? It is an inquisitive question that lingers in many people mind and may take longer to come up with the correct facts. There arise distinct differences between the target realities which include cultism, peer pressure, corruption as well as nepotism and the non-target truth, racism in the learning institutions. In…

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Racism in ‘Get Out’

Name: Professor: Course: Date: Racism in ‘Get Out’ ‘Get Out’ is a critically acclaimed 2017 film directed by Jordan Peele. It is a horror film centered on racial relations and issues in the United States. The film marked Peele’s directorial debut and earned multiple nominations and awards such as Best Original Screenplay and Best Picture at the 90th Academy Awards. Peele explained that one of the main motivations for the film was to expose race issues that most people still sweep under…

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