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The Crusades: Salvation or Exploitation

The term crusade was mostly used in the sixteenth and eleventh centuries BC referring to Christian campaigns against Muslims (Oludyke, 2012). The initial objective of crusades was to provide platforms for Christians to show their devotion and faith to win the hearts of non-believers. The first crusade rally can be traced back in 1095 by […]

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Implications of International Aid to Poor Countries

Benefits International aid has multi-dimensional impacts. When provided timely and to the right group, it can save lives and make life more bearable. Most third world countries have relied on international aid for a long term to supplement internal resources. In times of droughts, natural disasters, and wars, the international help has been most critical. […]

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Foreign language instruction should begin in kindergarten

Foreign language instruction should begin in kindergarten, when children still have great potential to grasp knowledge easily. This is however a contested issue and opponents still maintain that kindergarten is too early for children to start. This paper is a discussion of why children should start foreign language learning at kindergarten. It has been scientifically […]

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Are women better parents than men?

Both mothers and fathers have a duty of upbringing children to desirable moral status. While some people have asserted that the women are better in parenting than men others have claimed that men are better in parenting than women. This way becomes hard for one to choose one view. Let us explore how women are […]

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Fame and the Media

Are famous people treated unfairly by the media? Should they be given more privacy, or is the price of their fame an invasion into their private lives? Fame and the media are impossible to separate. They are intertwined in both mutually benefiacial and destructive ways. Famous people wouldn’t subsist without the publicity from the media […]

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Why ancient Greek mythology is still relevant today

Myths are the traditional stories that concerned more of the early people trying to explain some natural or social phenomenon to younger generations. Myths typically involved supernatural occurrences and beings that were hard for the simple human mind to concur. We as humans are filled with the urge to try and explain things that we […]

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Ways of Eliminating Bullying in Schools

Introduction Bullying has taken root in many schools bringing about adverse effects on the victims. Some of those bullied suffer from low self-esteem and felt less appreciated and loved by everyone. Bullying in some cases has even led to victims committing suicide, indicating that it is a far-reaching issue that needs to be addressed. (Winkler, […]

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