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The Relationship between National Jurisdictions and the ICC represents a Major Challenge for the Edifice of International Criminal Justice as a Whole and despite the recent Emphasis on Positive Complementarity, this Relationship Remains Ambiguous By Farrukh Khan
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The International Criminal Court is said to be arguably the most influential international organisations created since the United Nations. However, despite the fact that 120 nation states signed the... More > Rome Statute on July 17, 1998 to give birth to the International Criminal Court, it is felt that the jurisdiction of this Court is far too restrictive and often likely to be at odds with the national jurisdiction of nation states. This essay presents a discussion about the relationship between national jurisdictions and the International Criminal Court presenting a challenge to international criminal justice despite the emphasis on positive complementarity.< Less
Women, Suffrage and Rights By Farrukh Khan
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The movement of women towards emancipation and liberation in the United States of America was a long and arduous struggle that was to last more than half a century, with many contributions and... More > perspectives shaping the struggle. However, it was this struggle for women’s rights that was the basis of the freedom that is enjoyed by women in the United States of America today and perhaps even elsewhere. This brief essay presents a discussion about the perspectives that were contributed by Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Amelia Bloomer who were amongst the more prominent personalities of the time of struggle for women’s right in America.< Less
Motivational Factors Influencing a Choice of Destination Made by Tourists By Farrukh Khan
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Human motivations are the driving force for action and decide choices made by individuals. This general and broad observation is also true for tourism and tourists often reconcile their motivations... More > for wanting to indulge in tourism with that which specific destinations offer to them. However, motivations vary and individual attributes including age, gender, cultural orientation, occupation etc do influence what motivates their desires and the resulting choices. Thus, it is important for those involved with tourism, including the tourism operators and tourism policy makers to try to understand better, how motivating factors influence choice of destinations. This project report presents a discussion about the motivational factors that influence tourists and their choice of destinations.< Less
A Critical Discussion and Evaluation of the Depiction of Jesus as Messiah in Luke-Acts By Farrukh Khan
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The Gospel of Luke, like those of Matthew and Mark, is a kind of Greco-Roman biography of Jesus. In Luke, this Gospel describes the life of Jesus from his birth to his resurrection and Acts depicts... More > the spread of Christianity. It appears that the author of the Luke-Acts was a Greek speaking Christian outside of Palestine and in the second century, the book became attributed to Luke who was a travelling companion to the apostle Paul. The most probable reason for writing the Luke-Acts was to maintain a salvation history that would assist Christians. This brief essay presents a critical discussion about the depiction of Jesus as Messiah in the Luke-Acts.< Less
A Critical Discussion and Evaluation of the Depiction of Jesus as Messiah in Luke-Acts By Farrukh Khan
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The Gospel of Luke, like those of Matthew and Mark, is a kind of Greco-Roman biography of Jesus. In Luke, this Gospel describes the life of Jesus from his birth to his resurrection and Acts depicts... More > the spread of Christianity. It appears that the author of the Luke-Acts was a Greek speaking Christian outside of Palestine and in the second century, the book became attributed to Luke who was a travelling companion to the apostle Paul. The most probable reason for writing the Luke-Acts was to maintain a salvation history that would assist Christians. This brief essay presents a critical discussion about the depiction of Jesus as Messiah in the Luke-Acts.< Less
Building a Worship Ministry in Church By Farrukh Khan
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Worship is an important act in all religions and remembering God should also be an important dimension of Christian life. However, although Christian worship has a sense of history and tradition... More > about it and the origins of Christianity as well as the times of Jesus Christ will fascinate almost anyone, times have changed and today a certain sense of struggle is apparent in many a church between the “contemporary” and “traditional” schools of worship. It has also been observed that the new generation of young Christian adults has a certain tendency to keep away from worship service, although they do have a good theological education. It appears that Christians, like people of the other monotheist faiths, have forgotten God and have started to worship the messengers with a greater attraction for music then the wisdom of the Word. With the previously mentioned concerns in mind, this dissertation presents a discussion about the challenges associated with building a worship ministry in Church.< Less
An Evaluation of William James’s Theory of Pragmatic Truth By Farrukh Khan
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Truth is important because it becomes essential for the survival of an individual to be able to differentiate between lies, mistakes and inaccuracies which they may encounter in everyday life.... More > Because of this, the concept of truth has been of interest to many philosophers who have presented various theories about truth. Theories such as the correspondence theory, the coherence theory, the consensus theory and the social constructivism theory present truth as being objective reality, an agreement or coherence with some established beliefs, a general agreement between individuals in a group or the evolution of concepts as a result of social processes. The theory of pragmatic truth which has been presented by the psychologist and philosopher William James attempts to measure truth in terms of its practical utility or the interests of individuals making judgments about truth. This essay takes a critical look at William James’s pragmatic theory of truth.< Less
Building a Worship Ministry in Church By Farrukh Khan
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Worship is an important act in all religions and remembering God should also be an important dimension of Christian life. However, although Christian worship has a sense of history and tradition... More > about it and the origins of Christianity as well as the times of Jesus Christ will fascinate almost anyone, times have changed and today a certain sense of struggle is apparent in many a church between the “contemporary” and “traditional” schools of worship. It has also been observed that the new generation of young Christian adults has a certain tendency to keep away from worship service, although they do have a good theological education. It appears that Christians, like people of the other monotheist faiths, have forgotten God and have started to worship the messengers with a greater attraction for music then the wisdom of the Word. With the previously mentioned concerns in mind, this dissertation presents a discussion about the challenges associated with building a worship ministry in Church.< Less
Hydration Requirements for Sprinters and Marathon Runners By Farrukh Khan
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The aim of this dissertation project is to study the optimal hydration requirements for sprinters and marathon runners during their exercise workouts. A literature review presents perspectives... More > related to the hydration requirements for athletes and the importance of water in body's ability to sustain prolonged exertion without heat injury. A measurement survey supplemented the literature review to offer quantitative research perspectives. Fifteen sprinters and the same number of marathon runners participated in a measurement survey study to evaluate their optimal fluid intake requirements on an hourly basis. Although differences do exist between the optimal hydration requirements of sprinters and marathon runners, it is discovered that as a general rule of thumb, all athletes must try to sustain an optimal fluid intake of at least one liter per hour to maintain optimal performance and to prevent any heat injuries.< Less
Does the Media Present a Disempowered Image of Women in Contemporary Sport Culture? By Farrukh Khan
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Since historical times, competitive sport has been an important ingredient in the systematic construction and promotion the ideals of masculinity in society. However, times have changed and women now... More > enjoy a position of far greater equality than they ever did before. An increasingly larger number of girls and women now participate in sports once considered the exclusive domain of males, but criticism about their depiction in media created image of sport culture continue. It appears that post – feminism is not about the absence of feminism despite the wishes of some women to achieve absolute equality regardless of natural differences. This essay presents an examination of the image of women in contemporary sport culture and tries to discover if they have been ascribed a disempowered image.< Less