Archive for June 2012

Essay on Writing Process

Sample Essay on Writing Process: Anne Lamott and Donald M. Murray take their readers through their respective writing processes in Shitty First Drafts and The Maker’s Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscripts. In these works, the authors offer valuable insight and support to aspiring and professional writers. I closely identify with Anne Lamott’s account of her […]

Essay on Slavery

Sample Essay on Slavery: Slavery had existed in America from its discovery and had become embedded in American society and most importantly in American economy. This was present in other countries as well, however only in America the existence of the institution of slavery went against the main pillars of countries’ Constitutions.

Essay on IKEA

Sample Essay on IKEA: Introduction The company I would like to analyze is a global manufacturing enterprise of Swedish origin called IKEA. The company was founded more than half a century ago and now is one of the world’s leading producers of furniture and household appliances (IKEA, 2010b). Mainly, IKEA’s business is concentrated around interior […]

Essay on Maori People

Sample Essay on Maori People: How did Iwi Maori respond to European settlement in the period 1840-1900 Ever since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi on 6 February 1840 the life of the indigenous Maori people in New Zealand has changed. Their response to the European settlement and further development under the British Crown […]

Human Resource Management Essay

Human Resource Management Essay Given the ever-increasing internationalization of business, the question of managing highly mobile workforce has come to the fore. The aim of this paper is to explore various challenges encountered by human resource managers responsible for accommodating expatriate professionals. Harvey and Buckley (1998) provide an insightful summary of the extant research on […]

Leonardo Da Vinci and Marcel Duchamp Essay

Leonardo Da Vinci and Marcel Duchamp Essay Introduction A famous man once said “All our knowledge has its origins in our perceptions”. At the time that Leonardo da Vinci said this, he did not know how true it would be for one Marcel Duchamp, in terms of the influence former would have on the latter. […]