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Pay It Forward Theme in The Catholic Social Teaching

In the movie Pay It Forward, there are many great examples of good morals that we could and should use every day in our lives. More specifically, there are multiple themes of Catholic Social teaching displayed throughout the film. Though all of these are significant, the most prominent theme can be said to be the […]

Primate Social Behaviour

Primate intelligence and social behaviour Introduction Most primates spend their lives in large social groups and the social brain hypothesis posits that selection has favoured larger brains and more complex cognitive capacities as a means to cope with the challenge of social life (Silk 2007) Research in the field and laboratory shows that sophisticated social […]

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Judicial Decision

JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE I INTRODUCTION The judiciary’s collective reputation for impartiality and independence is vital in maintaining the perceived legitimacy of judges’ decisions. According to Sir Owen Dixon, this necessitates judges to accept that they should exercise their power via the techniques of legal reasoning.[1] Despite the general consensus on the importance of […]

Company law and social responsibility

Basically a profit based company or organization can be defined as a business that is run whose the main objective is to earn money or generate profit, it is the contrary to a non profit based company which more concentrating on a goal on helping the community and money is only important so that it […]

Boundary Law in Ontario

Contents Boundary law in Ontario Benefits of a Mathematical Co-Ordinate based Cadastre Characteristics of Boundary Law in Other Jurisdictions References Boundary law in Ontario The word boundary means a line that cannot be crossed. This line could be a tangible one or a non-tangible one. Our world is all about boundaries. Boundaries are what keep […]

The Workplace Relations Bill 2014

Ireland is currently undergoing ‘a challenging social and economic climate for families, the employed and the unemployed’.[1] The rate of unemployment is still, unfortunately, very high, despite dropping to 11.7% from a peak of 15.1% in 2012.[2] This uneasy atmosphere leads to an increase in litigation, with more and more employees pursuing claims against their […]