Like all countries and regions, religion forms a very important aspect of UAE’s culture. This religious culture may be discovered though an examination of the relics left behind by the ancestors of the people of UAE. The country’s traditional religious culture is interesting because, like most traditional religion, it involves the worship of a very unique and uncommon icon and very unique traditions. Of all the features of UAE’s religious culture, the worship of snakes is one of the most striking. This practice of worshipping snakes has earned them the title snake worshippers.read more
One of the main features of United Arab Emirates is its possession of a very strategic location which helps facilitate its trade and commerce. Within the country, the people are engaged in several occupations such as trading, transportation, fishing and hunting. This an important part of their civil life which, aside from certain developments, remained more and less as the same occupations the people in the country are engaged with through the years. However, unlike occupation which remained relatively stable through the years, there is an important aspect of UAE’s culture that underwent radical changes through time. This is in the area of religion. Such changes may be divided between UAE before Islam and UAE under Islamic religion.read more
Usually, before having a baby, a married woman who considers herself in a secure relationship, weighs heavily the pros and cons involved in this critical decision. However, a mature single woman weighs the same pros and cons-finances and freedom-and a few more. The author, Lori Gottleib, of the article "The XY Files" is a mature, thinking woman who wanted to conceive. Having the resources for many options, she pondered the parenting process as a modern woman. The only option she did not have was a husband. As she chose how to conceive, she pondered the following: love, choices, and honesty.read more
The Zulu consider real anything that holds power, but particularly the supreme God of the Sky, the ancestors (whom the Zulu revere), and medicine. Diviners (who may be either male or female) are particularly real because they diagnose problems, offer solutions, and mediate between the Zulu and the divine forces, and the ancestral spirits determine their roles and status (not every Zulu is entitled to mediate between spirits and humans). In addition, herbalists (who are mostly male) enjoy special significance; though most Zulu have some familiarity with herbal medicine, only a select few can attain special proficiency and status.read more
An increase in publishing technology and opportunities has led to inception of new publishing and self publishing culture. A rapid growth of fan pages or fanzines has increased the modus of publishing content and telling away various distinctive ideologies. Zine is a short form for a magazine and the small circulation and non-commercial publication commonly of original prose.read more
It is generally recognized that any field of study should be coherent with the arguments and assumptions of other disciplines. The necessity of such ensures the consistency of a discipline's assumptions outside of its conceptual framework thereby in the process ensuring the strength of the field's veracity. It is within such a context that Paul Ehlrich states the necessity for biology and economics "to forge an understanding that will permit them to work together to solve the human predicament" (1989, p. 9).read more
The religion and philosophy of Zoroastrianism is chiefly directed on the teachings of Zoroaster (also known as Zarathustra), a prophet. It declares that Ahura Mazda is the creator of all hence the he is the God. This religion is also named as Mazdaism having Ahura Mazda as its Divine Creator or Divine God. It is also considered by some scholars as the oldest religion in human civilization. It is also said that Zoroastrianism was the first advocate of monotheistic faith. Zoroastrianism was a long time ago the leading religion of much of Iran. It is also said that in the coming of the 2007, this particular faith has decreased to diminutive numbers. An estimated number of 200,000 people in some parts of India and Iran are regarded as the last people who are inclined with the doctrine of Zoroastrianism. (Boyce)read more
According to Alec Russell, Zimbabwe is a country in crisis; the problems being faced by the people in this southern nation are enormous. He observes that unless something is done this country is in the brink of collapsing.read more
Gilcrists responsibilities to the company: To set right the immediate problems related to the quality standards that would ensure healthy working environment to workers, comply with clean water regulation, comply with clean air and water act of 1971, to evolve right marketing strategies considering the current situation (inflation and changing trend towards the model), consider the condition of Saggitarius and setting right the problems at the plant. Responsibilities to the employees: Creating clear job description and work schedule to bring work clarity and progress, giving motivation for team effort. Responsibilities to Boswell: Finishing works left by Olaf, submit Yellow tail's strategy, show results for the improved performance of Yellow tail.read more
The term zero population growth (ZPG) refers to the level of reproduction that maintains population at a steady state. On local levels, ZPG describes the demographic situation when the annual number of babies born in the country and legal immigrants balance the annual number of dead citizens and emigrants in such a way that total amount of country's residents remains the same. This concept was firstly introduced by American demographer and sociologist Kingsley Davis.read more
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