Causality Essays

What Is Correlational Research_

The correlation research method is appropriate when researchers want to study and “assess relationships among naturally occurring variables.” Assessment means making predictions about the nature of the relationships being studied. It also means describing the relations and assigning them a “correlation coefficient” that describes the direction and magnitude of the movement of variables to one another. There are many types of correlational research. The commonality among all types of correlational research is that they explore relationships between variables. Where descriptive…

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The Influences of Legislation

Compare and contrast the influences of legislation, legal factors and regulatory bodies on health and safety in sport How Fire safety of places of sport act (1987) has affected sports in England: This legislation has affected sports in England by making sports ground over all more safe, for example they have made more fire exits, and this will allow more people to evacuate in the occurrence of a fire. There is less chances of fires in stadiums now as they…

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The Causes and Effects of Childhood Obesity

One of the biggest concerns among health care providers and parents in the last few decades has been childhood obesity. This has caused many problems; among the most concerning is a preventable health problem. Professionals have even considered it an epidemic, which raises even more concern about the future of our youth. It also opens our eyes to see that the problem is much bigger than we thought it to be. The major causes for obesity are the rise in…

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Reckless Driving

Do you agree that most accident in Malaysia is due to reckless driving? I strongly agree that most accident in Malaysia is due to reckless driving. Nowadays, many accidents happened in Malaysia are caused by many factors especially the mistakes did by the road users. Besides, the road accident in Malaysia is seriously increasing daily by daily or yearly by yearly. Moreover, government has launched many road safety campaigns but the effect is only reducing a little amount of the…

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Biff Loman and Tom Wingfield Analysis

Growing up is a major part of human life. For males, a strong father figure is imperative during childhood and adolescence. This is needed for the child to develop their father’s characteristics by learning from them and following in their father’s footsteps. However, two characters, lack a strong father figure and it affects them negatively. These two characters are Biff Loman, from Death of a Salesman and Tom Wingfield, from The Glass Menagerie. Both are affected differently by the deficiency…

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Litter

Does littering irritate you, just as much as it irritates me? Well, it should. Litter irritates everyone. Littering has been around us for centuries and in fact ever since human life came to this world. Littering destroys the beauty of nature of the outdoors. It makes the area look dirty and bad. Litter just doesn’t appear. It is the result of careless attitudes and improper waste handling. Often people are too lazy to dump their belongings in the trashcans, leaving…

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Causes and Effects of Child Labor

​Child labor is the act of the employment of children that harms them or prevents them from attending school. An innumerable amount of children from all around the world lose their innocence to being employed in dreadful occupations. Have you ever wondered when did this inhumane act start? The history of child labor can be dated back to the Industrial Revolution. During that era, children were forced to work in hazardous conditions with insufficient pay. They would suffer for countless…

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Frankfurt on Personhood and Moral Responsibility

In Harry Frankfurt’s philosophy journal on “Personhood and Moral Responsibility” he formulates many ideas of how people should act. He believes a person is morally responsible for what he has done, only if he could have done otherwise. A person could have done otherwise if the casual determinism is false, and therefore they are not morally responsible. According to Frankfurt, to be a person, one must have a second-order desire. A second-order desire is a desire about a first-order desire,…

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Greasy Lake and the Three Immature Teenagers

Greasy Lake by T. Coraghesan Boyle’s is the story of a group of adolescents, searching for the one situation that will proclaim them as bad boys and how their minds change. The greasy lake is a short story which the narrator uses details, imagination and language to describe and represent the moral condition of each character. Also, during the story the narrator shows us how each character becomes closer to maturity after facing a crazy and unexpected night in a…

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Critically Assess the View That We Are not Responsible for our Evil Actions

Many Philosophers, such as Hoderich and John Calvin, believe that humans do not have free will to act in moral situations and that all moral actions have uncontrollable prior causes. Hard determinists, therefore, follow the belief that humans can not be morally blameworthy for their actions, evil or not, because their actions are predetermined. However, this is a ridiculous stance to take as humans are free to make moral choices, meaning they are entirely responsible for their evil actions. Many…

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The Four Causes of Aristotle

Aristotle, being the first historian of philosophy, categorized his predecessors according to how they’ve answered the central questions of the human mind – the question of the first principle of all things. It is otherwise known as the Four Causes. He defined science as knowledge through causes. This doctrine of causes is scattered in different Aristotelian treatises but have its highlight in his book Metaphysics. This principle of causality is an essential part of Aristotelian thought. In his mind, Aristotle…

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The Nature of Personality

Introduction. There are many different theories on personality. Diverse approaches focus on different aspects of speculation. Humanists and Existentialists are more apt to focus on the perceptive part. They believe that much of what we are is way too multifarious and embedded in history and culture to “predict and control.” Behaviorists and Freudians, on the other hand, favor to talk about prediction and control. In other words if a thought is useful, if it works, go with it. Typically when…

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Investingating the Relationship Among Corruption

ABSTRACT A plethora of empirical studies attempted investigating the causal relationship between corruption and poverty. But the outcome of those studies produced mixed results in a regression model that captured only two variables. In this investigated bivariate model, economic growth as an important variable was not included. In fact, omitting such an important variable could seriously affect the research output. Therefore, the objective of this study is to fill the research gap by investigating the trivariate causality for Nigerian economy…

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causes and Effect of Bribery

Bribery is the act of offering and receiving bribe with the intention of influencing the recipient in some way favorable to the party providing the bribe. The bribe that is offer to the other individual can be in the form of money or gift. Bribery occurs because of poverty and cultural influence and it can result in weakened development of economy. First of all, bribery is widely happen throughout the world because of poverty. Poverty is the state of being…

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True Freedom Is Non Existent

Freedom is defined as “the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint” (Dictionary.com). It is an important human right that we value as humans however total freedom is only a mirage. A person is free to do only what society seems as acceptable. Jean Jacques Rousseau once stated “Man is born free, and yet everywhere he is in chains”. This statement boldly depicts that as humans we are born free but that…

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