The Indian Tea Market: Determining Prices through Auction

The essay discusses the role of auction in the tea market in India. It explains how prices are determined by factors such as quality, demand and supply, and production costs. The environmental factors that affect the tea market are also discussed, along with the demand and supply of tea in India. The major buyers and sellers of tea in India are identified, along with a discussion of Tata and Unilever’s presence in the market.

6 Ingredients for Successful Employee Turnover Strategies

This essay discusses the various ways in which Fuji Film Company can stay competitive and afloat in the current business-level environment. It highlights the importance of innovative staff, use of information technology, and focus on strengths and differentiation.

The Way the Kansas Natives Have Failed to Elect Good Leaders

In his book, “What’s the Matter with Kansas?”, Thomas Frank argues that the native citizens of his home state have failed to elect leaders who can bring about quality governance. He attributes this failure to three main factors: lack of understanding of how the state government works, voting against their own interests, and following the false promises of conservative politicians. While Frank’s analysis is specific to Kansas, it is also relevant to other states in the US where similar dynamics are at play.

The Great Divide: Comparing the Policies of the Democratic and Republican Parties

This essay will examine the historical roots of the division between the Democratic and Republican Parties, as well as their differing policies on economic, social and environmental issues. In addition, we will explore how the two parties approach voting and elections, entitlements and corporate greed. Finally, we will discuss the role of war in the policies of each party.

The Challenges of Education and Healthcare in Bangladesh

This essay discusses the challenges that Bangladesh faces in terms of development, with a focus on the education and healthcare systems. It describes the current state of these sectors and explains how they impact the country’s future development. The essay also discusses the role of the government in addressing these challenges.

The Role of Communication in Social Change

The article ‘How Communication for Social Change Can Be Used – or Not Used’ by Lynn Mizner discusses the role of communication in social change. The author gives various examples of how communication has been used to bring about change in different areas such as indigenous rights, environmental issues and humanitarian aid. Mizner also explains how communication can sometimes be used to prevent or delay change from happening.

The Social, Individual and Environmental Factors That Can Influence the Commission of Crime

This essay explores the various factors that can influence the commission of crime. It discusses the social construct of crime, the individual and how their personal characteristics can lead them to offend, social and sub-cultural determinism, rational choice and environmental criminology. Finally, it looks at offender profiling, looking at both the psychological and sociological approaches.

Human Development: A Life-Span Approach

This essay will explore the different factors that contribute to human development, including nature, nurture, and the environment. It will also discuss the role of social interactions in human development, and how they provide opportunities for learning and growth.

Anorexia Nervosa: A Complex Disorder with No Single Cause

This essay explores the causes of anorexia nervosa, with a focus on the role of the media in perpetuating unrealistic body standards. It discusses how this pressure to be thin is particularly intense for girls and young women, and how it can lead to disordered eating behaviours.