Cholesterol Case Study:
Cholesterol is an organic molecule, natural lipid, modified steroid, which is included into the cell membranes of all the living organisms with the exception of prokaryotes or bacteria.
Cholesterol is insoluble in water, but is soluble in oils and organic solvents. More than 80% of cholesterol is produced by the organism (in liver, kidneys, etc) and other 20% are supplied with food. In the organism there are 80% of the free and 20% of bounded cholesterol. The major function of cholesterol is to maintain the stability of the cell membranes in the broad interval of temperatures. It is essential for the production of vitamin D, steroid hormones, female sex hormones called estrogens and progesterone, the male sex hormone called testosterone, and according to the latest research it plays an inevitable role for the work of the immune system and can protect from cancer. Continue reading
Cyberbullying Case Study:
Cyber bullying is a type of offence, defamation and abuse of other people with the help of the Internet and computer networks.
Cyber bullying has become quite a popular method of moral and psychological abuse and it is important to know how to react to such actions. Generally, cyber bullying is applied against young people, because they are more involved into the technical progress and computer technologies than the grownups. Young people, especially children and high school students are the main targets of cyber attackers, who send offensive massages with the help of the mobile phones, SMS, social networks, emails and other means of the Internet communication. The danger of cyber bullying is in the easiness of its use and total confidentiality of the attackers. The instant messages are delivered to a great number of people at once and reach to its targets at a moment’s notice and the latter do not know anything about the identity of the attackers. Continue reading
Child Soldiers Case Study:
Child soldiers are the children who take the active part in the military conflicts. Child’s participation in the military conflicts has been practised since the ancient times. In fact, in the medieval times fourteen-year-old boys played the role of the esquires who took care about their master, cleaned his weapon and protected the luggage and personal property of the knight. It is obvious that the participation of children did not make the opponent’s troops tolerate them and children suffered the same way as the grown-ups.
The whole human history is built on the military conflicts whose victims were millions of children. The World War I and World War II were not the exceptions. Millions of children took the active part in the guerrilla actions and conflicts helping the regular troops on the battlefield and behind the enemy lines. Continue reading
Civil Law Case Study:
Civil law is the branch of law which regulates the processes, which are supposed to maintain the interests of an individual and the society in the whole. Civil law is very important for the regular functioning of the country, because the law controls all the spheres of human life, protects an individual and the process of his self-development. Moreover, civil law protects groups of people, companies and maintains their public and private interests. In comparison with the criminal law, which focuses on the punishment and maintenance of peace and regular behaviour and activity, civil law dwells on the creation of the convenient opportunities for everyone to build his own life properly and remain in the healthy and natural relation with the society. The civil law regulates the social processes, sets the rules and norms of the valid existence in the society. The history of civil law dates back to the times of the Roman Empire, when the law was developed to the highest level. Continue reading
Barack Obama Case Study:
Barack Obama is the 44th President of the USA and the winner of Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 and is the first African-American President in the history of the country. Obama studied on the faculty of the international affairs which helped him in his further career greatly. Before taking post of the president Barack Obama was a senator and opposed to the policy of the previous President George Bush and the military conflict in Iraq. Obama has never defined himself as the supporter of the certain direct single ideology, but according to his activity it is known that he is more to the left than to the right.
Being the president he suggested the alternative way of the economic development of the country which would reduce the effect of the global economic crisis, which has conquered the world. Obama created millions of the workplaces, which is one of the core methods to stimulate economics. Continue reading
Barriers to Learning Case Study:
Barriers to learning are the certain obstacles which prevent students from the receiving of education in the appropriate way. According to the statistics a big percent of children and young people are deprived of their chance to study at school, because of numerous unfavourable factors.
The list of reasons or barriers to learning is quite long, but the most evident and serious factors are the following. To begin with, there are family issues which have a negative impact on children. If the family has financial problems or the child’s parents suffer from alcohol or drug abuse, such a child is a rare guest at school. There are many problems which influence children in the unfavourable families: for example, abuse, forced labour, etc. If there are financial problems, young people prefer working than going to school, because they have to support their families and survive. Continue reading
Case Study on Chocolate:
Chocolate is the kind of the sweetened food made from the seeds of cocoa. Chocolate has become known in Europe since 1529, when the Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés introduced the product after his journey to America, where the local tribes of Aztecs produced chocolate since the time immemorial and mixed it with vanilla and honey.
The popularity of chocolate has become extremely high since that time and today it is considered to be one of the most favourite desserts, because chocolate is often the main ingredient in sweets, cakes, etc. The common chocolate mass possesses the lower taste and aromatic qualities, because the concentration of sugar is not higher than 63%. The dessert chocolate mass possesses wider and more distinct taste due to the scrupulous and time-consuming processing and transformation. On the basis of the content of the chocolate it is divided into black, milk and white. Continue reading
Case Study on Banking Services:
A bank is a financial institution which fulfils numerous operations with money and securities, serves for the government, groups of people and individuals. Bank is an institution which is established with the purpose to gain high profit; has the right to conduct financial operations; has the right to attract the finance of people and use the money from its own person for various purposes; works due to the special permission obtained from the government; does not have the right to provide insurance and activity connected with trade and production.
The history of banks is very long and draws back to the beginning of the human civilization and the increase of the role of the private property and finance. Since that time banks have developed seriously and now there are many types of banks which fulfil numerous operations which touch upon every sphere of human life. Continue reading
Case Study on Depression in Psychology:
Depression is the psychological condition of the human organism which is characterized with the low mood, constant negative emotions and the specific negative treatment of the world. Depression is the most widespread psychological problem of the modern time and it is natural, because people live in the dynamic world which attacks them with information all the time, that is in the major part negative and the human organism reflects the same.
It is obvious that there are many factors, which can cause depression. To begin with, the constant stress and complete exhaustion of the organism can cause the state of low mood, because the person is oppressed by the surrounding world and the problems which occur there all the time. Next, if something bad happens with the human relatives, friends, close people, the human psychics can react in the negative way of depression. Continue reading
Demand and Supply Case Study:
Demand and supply is the objective economic law which defines the interdependence between the indicators of supply and demand of the products on the market and their price. The main idea of the law is that if the price on the product is law, more people become able to purchase it (the demand increases), but the readiness to sell it (supply) reduces. The law is quite simple and natural and reflects the real picture of the relations on the market between the salesmen and customers. It is obvious that if the product is cheap, more people will be able to pay for it, but salesmen do not want to waste time on the sale of the cheap products and the supply becomes low.
On the contrary, if the product is expensive, more salesmen become eager to earn money and the supply increases, but the customers are not always ready to purchase expensive goods and services and the demand reduces. Continue reading