Day: 25 February 2020

History of Prohibition in the United States

History of Prohibition in the United States

Abstract Prohibition was an era lasting almost 14 years (1920-1933) in the US whereby the production, trade and distribution of alcoholic beverages were outlawed. The period was marred by gangsters, glamour, and speakeasies and increased law-breaking by even average citizens. Though prohibition was initially perceived as a noble course, its unprecedented negative consequences outweighed its …

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Music and Identity

How Music Shapes Self-Identity

Music and Identity Sociological and communication studies have established that music is important in constructing self-identities (Gardikiotis and Baltzis 144). People share their intentions, emotions, and meanings through music which may not be possible through their spoken languages (Hargreaves et al. 1). Accordingly, music shapes individual or collective subjectivities and experiences by evoking deep and …

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Incidences of Rheumatic Fever In Pediatric Age Group In KSA

Incidences of Rheumatic Fever In Pediatric Age Group In The Southern Region, KSA Background of the Study Rheumatic fever (RF) is an autoimmune disease that develops when treatment for any streptococcal throat infection is delayed or incomplete. Despite the disease being associated with strep throat, it is not an infection; but rather an inflammatory response …

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Violence In Sports

Violence In Sports

Introduction In normal circumstances, sports have been conducted to create unity and cohesion among people. However, the past decade has experience extreme Violence in Sport in various regions. It is in this light that the topic of Violence in Sport has therefore attracted a lot of debate and questions. Many scholars have been in the …

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