Judgment Essay Topics

Judgment and no conscience

In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; the monster is not Frankenstein’s creation, the so-called monster, but rather Frankenstein the creator. Society views monsters as ugly beasts that are a sigh of destruction and commonly depicted as having no since of judgment and no conscience. However, not all monsters fit this common description. Some monsters can hide beneath seemingly normal physical… View Article

Judgment Suspension

A restaurant is basically a place for eating, and the overall ambiance of a restaurant dictates the behavior of its staff and clients in some way. For example, a restaurant in a five star hotel would impose a dress code and require impeccable conduct from both its employees and customers. On the other hand, any… View Article

Performance evaluation

The appraiser is then to check against these traits. They also put their own personal judgment into effect by putting scores on their performance. The people are ranged according to how the appraiser judges them. The appraiser has to be someone who is constantly in touch with the employee and thus is able to appraise… View Article

Walter Lippmann

What is a stereotype? A stereotype is a simplified image of a person, group, etc. Does stereotyping save us the trouble of finding out what the world is like? Are stereotypes damaging? Is there anything positive or helpful about stereotyping? Robert L. Heilbroner in, “Don’t Let Stereotypes Warp Your Judgments” and Brent Staples in, “Just… View Article

Drug addiction

Have you ever judged a book from its cover? Have you ever judged a person by his or her looks or, maybe something you heard about them? If so this is merely a common mistake people make. This is called stereotyping. Usually you have some prior concept on the topic or person. In “About Men”… View Article

Time I Was Judged Unfairly

There was a time back in grade school when I was people had the unjust judgment of who I am as a person because I was a little different from everyone else. I have always been bigger in size than most people and that hasn’t changed today. I would wear different attire than other people… View Article

Should We Be so Quick to Judge People

I ask this question in an attempt to focus on the tendencies of judging and the norm. Everybody has their own perceptions of what is normal and they make judgments based off of these perceptions. Many of these perceptions cause biases to be formed. A bias is “a particular tendency or inclination, esp. one that… View Article

Judging People

What gives you the right to judge someone by the way they look? Or the way they act? Or what culture or race they are? You don’t. No one does. But in the world we live in, where society’s opinions matter, we can’t help but to judge people by their appearance and behavior. It’s the… View Article

My Place for Diversity

An understanding of both the hidden dimensions of diversity and the visible can upsurges understanding and tolerance of the differences in every one of us. Diversity gives uniqueness to each of us and makes us interesting, however if you base your judgment on the visual and not the hidden dimension as well, then you are… View Article

MBTI assessment

MBTI assessment is self-reporting individual assessment designed to assist people understand themselves. The methods assists people appreciate their natural preferences, potential areas of growth and their motivation. It helps in understanding how individuals especially those who differ from others (Whiston 2008). The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was invented by Isabel Briggs and Katherine Briggs (MBTI) as… View Article

First Impression is always not right

First impressions are often formed when people observe others for the first time and use those observations to determine their personality traits. “You should never judge a book by its cover” this means that not everything is what it appears to be especially people. Some people believe that a person’s first impression is generally right… View Article

The Crucible- Themes Of Fear, Guilt And Revenge

In life, emotions can act as motivators for courses of action, particularly the feelings of fear, guilt and revenge. Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible shows these themes put to use on a number of occasions. The play’s numerous characters and relationships provide a plethora of examples where the themes are employed. It is through their… View Article

National Prejudices in the 1800’s and 1900’s

Although more than two hundred years separated Gordon Sinclair and Oliver Goldsmith, in many ways they had similar attitudes referring to “Americans” and “National Prejudices.” Gordon Sinclair, a prominent Canadian writer, who over the years has been tired of all of the American bashing, acknowledges in his many broadcasts and writings; the enormous contributions Americans… View Article

Gwen Harwood “Sharpness of Death” and “At Mornington”

Through a critical study of Gwen Harwood’s poetry, the responder’s personal response has a significant effect on their judgement towards her poetry. In The Sharpness of Death, Harwood explores the inexplicable link between life and death, as well as the value of memories in response to the inevitable passing of time. Similarly in At Mornington,… View Article

Court of Appeals of Ohio,First District, Hamilton County

On a morning in early December 1993, plaintiff-appellant Paul Nadel was driving his son, plaintiff-appellant Christopher, and two younger daughters, Ashley and Brittany, to school.1  Paul’s mother, plaintiff-appellant Evelyn Nadel, was seated next to the passenger window.   Christopher was seated in the front seat between Evelyn and Paul, with one foot on the transmission… View Article