Wishing everyone a Safe & Happy Holiday season! Please remember that not everyone celebrates the same as you do and it is up to all of us to learn how to respect each other’s differences. Make this a season of truly coming together to accept and respect. Not a season to try to change or […]
Based on a paper by Misty Smith originally published in PSY 442 at Southern New Hampshire University.
Rome’s first law code was called the Twelve Tables and outlined laws related to marriage, inheritance, certain crimes and their punishments, appeal rights, and the rights of families.  These laws, much like the preamble of the United States, were memorized by generation after generation.  Some of the laws within the Twelve Tables would be argued […]
The final paper in relation to Literature Review: Mental Health in the Workplace, Methods & Results: Mental Health in the Workplace, and Discussion: Mental Health in the Workplace. Originally published by Misty Smith for PSY 444 at Southern New Hampshire University. Abstract Can employers benefit from hiring individuals with treated or treatable non-violent mental health issues? Or, […]
Alexander, son of Phillip, was able to handle cultural differences between the people of the various cultures he conquered and his Greek subjects by means of propaganda disguised as respect. For example, to ensure that his Greek soldiers could be trusted further he freed Greek settlements across Asia Minor. Along the way, […]
Companion to Literature Review: Mental Health in the Workplace and Methods & Results: Mental Health in the Workplace. Based on a paper by Misty Smith originally published for PSY 444 at Southern New Hampshire University.
The Polis, or city-state, according to Aristotle was needed to set the Greeks apart from barbarians. “The proof that the state is a creation of nature and prior to the individual is that the individual, when isolated, is not self-sufficing; and therefore he is like a part in relation to the whole”.  Aristotle delivers […]
Companion to Literature Review: Mental Health in the Workplace. Originally published by Misty Smith for PSY444 at Southern New Hampshire University.
The Peloponnesian War was also called the great war between Sparta and Greek and was caused by Athens provoking Sparta on three different fronts, “the Corcyrean – Athenian treaty, the siege of Potidaea, and the Megarian decree…” (Nagle, 2014). After many years of fighting and with many losses the Peloponnesian War ended with Athens agreeing to […]