Culture

A Mixed Research Methodology for the Sierra Leone Community College System

By: Alusine Melvin Moseray Kanu DA | Mar 25, 2012 The implementation of the International Community College Town Center Model in Sierra Leone is a remarkable phase of development that will return the country as an educated community. This article utilizes content analysis to offer distinct research designs, procedures and challenges in implementing the community college system design by Dr. Gail Kettlewell of George Mason University. Discussions centers around overarching research questions, mixed method, design, data collection and analysis.

Definitions of Listening

By: Alusine Melvin Moseray Kanu DA | Mar 25, 2012 Listening is an active process of receiving, processing and interpreting stimuli. Many definitions of listening has been proposed including understanding of auditory messages that are transmitted through the medium of sound. Though listening is vital to the communication process, it is sometimes neglected in formal study and understanding the listening process helps to show us how to improve. Our choices of listening include selection of attention, sustaining the process and understanding.

Stand Your Ground

By: Daniel James Wood | Mar 25, 2012 Those who perpetuate the race game as a cottage industry for retention of relevance, and those who would strip Americans of their Second Amendment rights for preserving power, are all shamelessly using this poor kid's death for personal gain.

Tips to Maintain Glowing Skin on Your Wedding Day

By: Alice Tannor | Mar 24, 2012 A bride wants to put on her best look on the day of her wedding. After all, it is her dream-come-true.

Multicultural Society

By: Hiren Busa | Mar 21, 2012 The following article will help you understand the importance of Multicultural Society in Todya's Globalised world.

Social Media and Judaism

By: Marc LeVine | Mar 16, 2012 Enter Social Media attempting to undo centuries of division and unfamiliarity among Jewish groups that are as unique as the African Jews, who evidence ethnic and religious diversity and richness. These scattered African groups – perhaps a lost tribe – have not maintained contact with the wider Jewish community from ancient times, but still assert descent from ancient Israel or other connection

Volunteer in Costa Rica for an Impeccable Experience

By: go voluntouring | Mar 14, 2012 Costa Rica offers a mesmerizing experience and with programs like volunteer in Costa Rica, you can enjoy all it offers at minimum cost.

Bodhidharma-The Monk from South India who taught Shaolin Kung Fu

By: Atul V Mohan | Mar 14, 2012 When you hear the word Kung Fu, your eyes envision lightning fast jabs and kicks; you smell sweat and your mind automatically fine tunes back to the time of Bruce Lee and his lesser Counterparts. But how many of the public knows about Bodhidharma? People associate kung fu with Bruce lee. But the truth is that he just popularized it even though he was a legend unto himself. But actually its roots go way back to the year 500. The early remnants of Shaolinquan or Shaolin Kung Fu as we know it today

Life of African People in Europe

By: David | Mar 11, 2012 African people living in Europe are sometimes referred to as African Europeans or Afro-Europeans for short. This term or coined phrase can also be used to describe people of mixed African and European descent. This is especially true for those who come from the former European colonies in Africa. An example of European countries that had colonies in Africa are France, Portugal and the United Kingdom to name a few. Germany and Italy also had colonies in Africa but only for a brief period.

St. Patrick's Day 2012 And Celebrations

By: shawn52 | Mar 11, 2012 St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17, the saint's religious feast day and the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. The Irish have observed this day as a religious holiday for over 1,000 years. On St. Patrick's Day, which falls during the Christian season of Lent, Irish families would traditionally attend church in the morning and celebrate in the afternoon.
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