Types of communication Communication is a way to convey one’s message to someone else. Communication is a necessary part of everyone’s life. It is a tool through which people connect to each other. Communication can be of five different types: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, verbal, non-verbal, and written communication. We will illustrate each type of communication briefly.
The marriage between the partners of the same sex is known as a gay marriage. Presently, there has been a lot of debate on gay marriages. It is a burning question that whether gay marriages must be allowed or not. The world has witnessed that more people are supporting the concept of marriage between the… Read More »
Justified terrorism emerges as a politically incorrect term generating intense moral and humanitarian debate. In the present opinionated atmosphere, any attempt to rationalize terrorist acts on whatever grounds (moral or otherwise) is likely to be perceived as inhumane at both the popular as well as the scholarly levels. Since terrorist related activities are often heinous,… Read More »
In light of the preceding discussion, the question of whether terrorism is justifiable may provoke intense scholarly debate. On a moral perspective, terrorism is in itself a despicable shortcoming of humanity, which receives negative connotation regardless of the so-called just-cause. From a biblical perspective, opinion is sharply divided with many advocating for ‘an eye for… Read More »
The big question is what exactly needs to be done to officers with drinking problems and those addicted to drugs. In 2007, about 57% of officers diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder were addicted or dependent on alcohol. I believe that the best approach towards addressing such an issue is therapy.
Warren (1973, p. 100) has a very pessimistic view defense on the legal status of adoption. In Warren’s view, abortion at any stage of the pregnancy is morally allowable under any conditions. In formulating her views, Warren makes a number of considerations of the anti-abortion bit. One consideration is that it is bad to murder… Read More »
The doctrine proportionality is another rule of jus ad bellum. This is to say that, prior to waging war, it is crucial to weigh the outcome vis a vis the just cause. This involves considering the inevitable atrocities, destruction and fallout. Such a war must secure the just cause otherwise it would not be justifiable.… Read More »
This, as I learnt in my interviews, is very important in treating the patient. Having the collaboration of the patient’s family will help in learning more about the patient. The family is always present in helping the addict deal with the struggles of the addiction. It is the family who always maintains the complete clinical… Read More »