January 12, 2022

Food Waste

Food waste involves three key problems, which includes food disposal, greenhouse gas emissions, and food security. It is an important issue to research and evaluate since huge volumes of food are wasted by the consumers in their households. For instance, EU (2021) presents that per year, 88 million tons of food waste are generated in Europe, which can be associated to about 143 billion euros. It is a key problem, as many people in the world cannot afford a quality meal. In 2019, EU (2021) reported that 931 million tons of food produced were wasted in the world, and 61% of this wastage were from households, 26% were from the supply chain, and 13% were from retailers. Food wastage is also ethical and economical problem due to the consequences it has on the environment.

December 24, 2020

How the War on Drugs Hurt Families?

The paper reviews the DARE program as the strategy of the demand-side drug control of war on drugs. It discusses and evaluates the policy making emphasis on its influence on teenagers and their families.


Road Accidents and the Full Moon Phase in Brooklyn

Analysis of the Relationship between Road Accidents and the Full Moon Phase in Brooklyn Analysis of the Relationship between Road Accidents and the Full Moon Phase in Brooklyn Different communities share the theory of the moon affecting individual’s behavior across the world.

October 26, 2020

Logistics Research Project

Information technologies are a comprising element in any sphere of human activity. Therefore, logistics is one of the target fields for proactive deployment of information systems. A large amount of literature has been published on that subject; however, there is a little evidence regarding methdolgy for implementation of information systems in logistics

October 12, 2020

Improvement of Pavement Marking in New Brunswick, New Jersey

Improvement of Pavement Marking in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Due to numerous accidents that have been witnessed in most parts of New Brunswick, New Jersey, I am strongly support the opinion that these accidents can be greatly reduced with the help of pavements. During the last twenty years, drivers visibility and its connection to accidents has been explored


Relationship between Theory and Practice

Various authors have provided diverse definitions of theory. Argote and Miron-Spektor (2011) defined theory as a systematic grouping of knowledge for the purposes of problem-solving. For Bansal, Bertels, Ewart, MacConnachie, and OBrien (2012), theory is used in explaining, predicting, and understanding a specific issue


California Nutrition Plan

Obesity and excessive weight are a spreading worldwide rampant problem with two-thirds of the adult population and a growing number of children being obese. The pervasiveness of type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and hypertension is the proof of the prevalence of obesity. This project discusses a health promotion plan including target population, health issues, health promotion strategy, participant recruitment, and the outcome evaluation


Corrections Trend Evaluation

The main focus of the research was the development of the institutional and community-based corrections. The research included the analysis of the development of alternatives to incarceration in the judicial system in the past, present and future. There was given a definition of community corrections, and the advantages of this form of punishment in comparison with the traditional one imprisonment were described


Bounty Paper Towels Research Paper

This paper has two significant parts. The first part entails primary research, where Elena Gomez, a sincere loyalist to Bounty paper towels brand was interviewed. The key findings from the interview indicated that her loyalty is always motivated by the rate of advertising, packaging, and the perception of quality


Individual Cultural Communication. Ethiopia

The Purnells model for cultural competence is a circular model that comprises of the following four rings: global society, community, family and person (Purnell, 2000). Global society is the outer ring that represents such aspects as world politics and communications, global exchange in fields of commerce, health and technology, war, famine as well as the increasing ability of people to travel around the world and interact with individuals from diverse cultures