• Politics

    THE IDEA OF FEMINISM

    The whole idea of feminism is that women have been subjugated or oppressed from time immemorial. They claim that through these domination, women’s right or freedom have been completely suppressed or curtailed as the case may be. It is this form of oppression either in the family or public sphere that the feminists’ scholars and activists have campaigned that women should be given their rights. These agitation of feminist scholars or activists is simply to erase the suppression of women in that, women should have the same rights as men. However, the argument goes, the basis of all these oppressions, is simply man made construction which is culturally embedded. One…

  • Business

    RIGHTS AND OBLIGATION IN BUSINESS

    The right to life, justice, honesty, truth-telling and freedom apply to life generally, so they apply in businesses. This rights are the right to have one’s own life protected whether one is an employer, an employee, or a consumer; the right to have the opportunity to pursue and qualify oneself for employment without hindrance; the right to establish a business, employ whom you want, and make a profit; the right to expect agreements contracts to be executed fairly, whether between employers and employees, or businesses and consumers; the right to fairness, honesty, and truth-telling at all levels of business dealing; the right to employment security; the right of businesses to…

  • Technology

    UNDERSTANDING ICT/IT

    One of the prolific ways to understand Information and Communication Technology (ICT)/Information Technology (IT) is by focusing not on the specific and contingent features of the constantly and ever changing technologies that go under the tag, but on the more stable nature of the object with which they deal namely information. From this perspective, ICT/IT includes any technology used to treat information in one or more of the phases in its life cycle: occurrence –discovering, design, authoring, acquiring, creating, et cetera, processing and management –collecting, validating, modifying, organizing, indexing, classifying, filtering, updating, sorting, networking, distributing, disseminating, displaying, accessing, retrieving, transmitting, transferring, et cetera, and usage –monitoring, modeling, analyzing, explaining, interpreting,…

  • Uncategorized

    CONFIDENTIALITY IN RECENT TIME

    Confidentiality is simply behind the scenes. It is ensuring that information is accessible only to those authorized to have access. Confidentiality involves a set of rules or a promise usually executed through a non-disclosure agreement that limits access or place restrictions on certain types of information. Recently, the issue of confidentiality is no longer simply about professionals keeping to themselves personal information about client that approach them for business. This is because these days apart from the professional retained by clients, there are a number of office personal and other professional collaborators who can easily access such confidential information. Besides, there are some situations in which there are client needs…

  • Morality

    IDEA OF MORALITY

    The idea of morality is essentially social. It is only meaningful because humans interact with one another in society. By virtue of social interaction, necessitated by the reality of the scarcity of resources, human vulnerability and lack of self-sufficiency, questions about how humans ought to relate in society and who should get what at a given time become very important. It is in an attempt to provide plausible answers to these questions that morality came into being. Morality often refers to the normative code of group of people, that is, the set of principles employed by a people to determine the forms of behavior that are to be accepted as…

  • Politics

    CONCEPT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

    In what sense can we say that human beings have certain rights because they are human? What are these human rights? In what ways can these right be established? It is important to make a distinction between legal and moral right. The former type of right is clearly stated in the legal system while the latter right are not. They are referred to as ideal rights. The concept of right has always been viewed as having certain relationship with claims which make it obligatory for others to respect the claims of the right holder. In other words, it is the duty of others to respect the claims of the person.…