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Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich

Marriage and Family In the book Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By, in America, Barbara Ehrenreich explores the topic of incomes of unskilled labor that adversely affect individuals and families in today’s America (Ehrenreich, 2011). She gives her personal account on her experiences since 1998 when she has joined a family restaurant in Florida […]

Book Report: “Unbearable Lightness”

“Unbearable Lightness: A Story of Loss and Gain” by Portia de Rossi Eating disorders are the type of mental disorders that are connected with food intake. They are manifested in absence of appetite, the obsession of cleansing the organism, or out-of-control eating. There are two major types of eating disorders. They are anorexia nervosa and […]

Migrants in Translation: Caring and the Logistics of Difference in Contemporary Italy

The book Migrants in Translation: Caring and the Logistics of Difference in Contemporary Italy is an ethnographic reflection written by Christina Giordano. Being an ethnographic reflection, the book discusses foreign migration, the translation of culture in Italy as well as mental health. It looks into Europe in its larger context and the rapid shifts related […]

“Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been” by Joyce Carol Oates

First published in distant 1966, Joyce Carol Oates’s story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been” still keeps its actuality. Although fictional, story has a real-life background – it is based on the magazine article of early 1960-s about a young man who seduced and later killed young girls in Tucson. The story “Where […]

In Defense of Globalization

The author of the book, Jagdish Bhagwati, is an American economist of Indian origin, a professor at the Columbia University, a recognized authority in the field of an international division of labor and world trade, and a consistent supporter of free trade. His work is dedicated to the problems and contradictions of the biggest phenomenon […]

Lords of Finance – Review

The book Lords of Finance provides a penetrating insight of the history about the economy during the World War I period and the great depression that began in 1929. It is commonly known that the Great Depression was an unavoidable part of the happenings in the economy, and it was beyond any person’s or government’s […]

“The Tipping” Point Summary

In his book The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell observes the laws of human nature and summarizes man’s behavioral patterns. The given book depicts the ways to excel in all business fields. Furthermore, it helps to understand the prime causes of human interaction and thus becomes “a tipping point” on the way to facilitate the life […]

Improve Your Communication Skills by Alan Barker

Communication is an integral part of human life. It has existed in different variants since time immemorial. Human beings are the only creatures in the world who can speak and share information in such a way. As a result, it is very important for a speaker to communicate clearly for others can understand him/her. In […]

Guns, Germs, and Steel Summary

The main theme in the book Jared Diamond “Guns, Germs, and Steel” is the history of cultures and societies and their place in that history. In 1998, the book won the prize for a nonfiction book and was the national best seller that year. Diamond caught the attention of the public through his book with […]

All Work No Pay

Hands-on education cannot be achieved in the classroom. It covers understanding of the administrative tasks, mentorship, supervision, the peculiarities of work within the company. It provides knowledge based on mistakes and practice. Personal and professional networks and supporting these contact is an important contribution to the long-term career. Resume building is an essential skill that […]