Distance Essay Topics

To find out the effect

Safety Use a barrier – so the trolley does not roll away Make sure the slope is secure – so it doesn’t topple over Cello tape the weights down – so they don’t fall Off Goggles are not needed for this experiment Diagram Apparatus Trolley, slope, books, weights, cello tape, stopwatch and a metre ruler… View Article

Friction on the ramp

As you can see from the graph, as h1 is increasing, the horizontal distance also increases. The graph is more or less a straight line because the horizontal distance travelled by the ball baring in each interval should more or less be around the same. However it didn’t show that the y-component is directly proportional… View Article

Vigilance Case Study

I Why is this case about conflict? What conflicts do you see developing? The Vigilance Project Case is such an interesting case study tackling different kinds of conflict. From the cultural conflict, interpersonal conflict, conflict within the team, conflict due to physical proximity, relational distances and biases. An overview about the case, PharMed International, one… View Article

Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder

Absence makes the heart grow fonder or so they say. Can a relationship end because of distance? I think it not depends on the distance itself but on the persons and their feelings. In the short story “A Glowing future” by Ruth Rendell we see the three year relationship of Maurice and Betsy finished after… View Article

Cultural distance

The concepts related to cultural distance and local linkages are of paramount importance to the strategies adopted by multinational companies, Tjosvold and Leung (2003) noted. These authors note that it is through placing utmost significance on the said concepts that companies would be able to ensure the success of both their international operations (those in… View Article

Benefits of online learning

When taking an online program, it’s easy to balance your work with family work. A student can access and participate in the learning programs whenever he feels convenient for him and when he feels is right for him. Compared to convectional learning, where a student is required to be in class and must participate in… View Article

The History Of Trigonometry

The History of Trigonometry is one type of mathematics that deals with the sides and the angles. In the First paragraph I would like to explain the main history of trigonometry and also go into detail about the certain aspects of the mathematic branch. In the Second paragraph I will explain details on 4 of… View Article

“The Hidden Dimension” by Edward T. Hall

Introduction The book, “The Hidden Dimension”, written by Edward T. Hall was published in 1969. The book mainly aims the cultural perception of space by Hall’s proxemics Theory, which also called “anthropology of space” (Hissey, 2004, p.44). Edward T. Hall who is an anthropologist, provides the idea that individuals communicate differently according to the different… View Article

The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner

The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner, by Alan Sillitoe deals with an athlete facing conformity. Smith, Sillitoe’s character is a young “rebel,” who is in a borstal for stealing money from a neighborhood bakery. Smith is a long-distance runner, who runs every morning while in the borstal. The borstal governor keeps on top of Smith… View Article

Theoretical Framework for Distance Education

■ The separation of teacher and learner, which distinguishes it from face-to-face learning; ■The influence of an educational organization, which distinguishes it from private study; ■The use of technical media, usually print, to unite teacher and learner and carry the educational content; ■The provision of two-way communication so that the student may benefit from or… View Article