Traumatic Brain Injury As a Result of Domestic Violence and Its Influence on Communication

December 2013/Second Year of College   Abstract The aim of this research proposal was to examine the relationship between communication theories such as The Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) and Constructivism, along with associated executive functions that include constructing goals, plans, and actions resulting as a consequence of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), especially as it … Continue reading Traumatic Brain Injury As a Result of Domestic Violence and Its Influence on Communication

Why Beating Each Other with the Master’s Tools Definitely Won’t Dismantle His House

May 2013/First Year of College Abstract: Despite the Movement’s attempt to spread gender equality and women’s rights, present ideas of misogyny are disturbingly spread by women themselves. Not only do women spread misogynist values and ideas, but many women can been seen evoking patriarchal tactics of control by “using the master’s tools to dismantle the … Continue reading Why Beating Each Other with the Master’s Tools Definitely Won’t Dismantle His House

Developed vs. Developing States

December 2012/First Year of College According to Liberals, developing countries are poor because of they are inefficient (due to social aversions to change and poor government policies) - and therefore must undergo socioeconomic transformation (i.e., modernize), build open markets, and enhance their worker productivity. According to structuralists, developing countries are poor because they are exploited … Continue reading Developed vs. Developing States

Foreign Policy Decision Making

November 2012/First Year of College “In the best of all possible worlds, governments pursue peaceful policies rather than aggressive ones…[in this world] we would expect policy to be made in a reasoned, calculated manner…or, more simply, the rational actor model (RAM).” (Cashman 1993, 77). Although most foreign policy analyses in world politics are based on … Continue reading Foreign Policy Decision Making