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Common Forum / Re: Discrimination & It's Types
« on: September 18, 2010, 05:59:00 PM »
Thank you Mr. Rezwan for adding more information.

We all should try to avoid discrimination and correct others if they doing any discrimination.

Be Alert / Re: 10 Biggest Brain Damaging Habits
« on: September 16, 2010, 06:43:17 PM »
Follow your brain..... :)

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Teacher's evaluation
« on: September 16, 2010, 06:37:46 PM »
All students should evaluate teachers correctly. Otherwise the purpose of this evaluation will fail. Do not give points to our honorable teachers according to the results you will get in his/her course. The questions given in the software about the teaching process should be carefully and sincerely read by the students and then evaluate. 

Sports Zone / Re: The UEFA Champions League
« on: September 16, 2010, 06:31:55 PM »
Following is my favorite player's profile:

First name:        Lionel Andrés         
Last name:        Messi
Nationality:        Argentina
Date of birth:     24 June 1987
Age:                   23
Country of birth:     Argentina
Place of birth:         Rosario
Position:                 Attacker
Height:     169 cm
Weight:     67 kg
Foot:         Left
International caps:     51
International goals:    14

He is playing for Barcelona in UEFA league.

Sports Zone / The UEFA Champions League
« on: September 16, 2010, 06:24:40 PM »
The UEFA Champions League (usually referred to as simply the Champions League or historically as the European Cup) is an annual association football cup competition organised by UEFA since 1955 for the top football clubs in Europe. The final of the competition is – along with the NFL's Super Bowl – the most watched annual sporting event worldwide, drawing just over 100 million television viewers.

Prior to 1992 the tournament was officially called the European Champion Clubs' Cup but was usually referred to as simply the European Cup or European Champions' Cup. The competition was initially a straight knockout competition open only to the champion club of each country. During the 1990s the tournament began to be expanded, incorporating a round-robin group phase and more teams. Europe's strongest national leagues now provide up to four teams each for the competition. The UEFA Champions League should not be confused with the UEFA Europa League, formerly known as the UEFA Cup.
*From Wikipedia.

Information about the current UEFA league are available here -

*Please write about your favorite team, players etc. Share your excitement about UEFA league. Thank you.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: How do i write a business proposals?
« on: September 16, 2010, 05:44:36 PM »
Sample business or project proposals are available here:-

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: All Forum users, please note....
« on: September 16, 2010, 05:39:14 PM »
There are many interesting things we can find in internet which may be unnoticed by others, we can post these things in the forum with the original source location. From those sources readers can find more interesting things by themselves, thank you very much Sir for your advices.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: AACSB: A Short Description
« on: September 15, 2010, 06:31:16 PM »
Yes, visiting to their website can help students regarding further study.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Expanding ideas
« on: September 15, 2010, 06:27:58 PM »
These steps sure can help us.

Common Forum / Discrimination & It's Types
« on: September 15, 2010, 06:21:56 PM »
Discrimination is a sociological term referring to the treatment taken toward or against a person of a certain group in consideration based solely on class or category. Discrimination is the actual behavior towards another group. It involves excluding or restricting members of one group from opportunities that are available to other groups. The United Nations explains: "Discriminatory behaviors take many forms, but they all involve some form of exclusion or rejection." In some countries, controversial attempts such as racial quotas have been used to redress negative effects of discrimination.

The following are the major types of discriminations:

Race and Ethnicity discrimination

To treat differently a person or group of people based on their racial origins. Power is a necessary precondition, for it depends on the ability to give or withhold social benefits, facilities, services, opportunities etc., from someone who should be entitled to them, and are denied on the basis of race, colour or national origin.

Age discrimination

Age discrimination is discrimination on the grounds of age. Although theoretically the word can refer to the discrimination against any age group, age discrimination usually comes in one of three forms: discrimination against youth (also called adultism), discrimination against those 40 years old or older, and discrimination against elderly people.
Ageism is the causal effect of a continuum of fears related to age. This continuum includes:
•   Ephebiphobia: the fear of youth.
•   Gerontophobia: the fear of elderly people.
•   Pediaphobia: the fear of infants or small children.

Sex and Gender discrimination

Though gender discrimination and sexism refers to beliefs and attitudes in relation to the gender of a person, such beliefs and attitudes are of a social nature and do not, normally, carry any legal consequences. Sex discrimination, on the other hand, may have legal consequences.

The United Nations had stated that women often experience a "glass ceiling" and that there are no societies in which women enjoy the same opportunities as men. The term "glass ceiling" is used to describe a perceived barrier to advancement in employment based on discrimination, especially sex discrimination.

Employment discrimination

Employment discrimination refers to disabling certain people to apply and receive jobs based on their race, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation and disability. In relationship to Sociology, employment discrimination usually relates to what events are happening in society at the time.

Sexual Orientation Discrimination

In 2009, ILGA published a report based on research carried out by Daniel Ottosson at Södertörn University College, Stockholm, Sweden. This research found that of the 80 countries around the world that continue to consider homosexuality illegal, five carry the death penalty for homosexual activity, and two do in some regions of the country.
Language discrimination

Diversity of language is protected and respected by most nations who value cultural diversity. However, people are sometimes subjected to different treatment because their preferred language is associated with a particular group, class or category. Commonly, the preferred language is just another attribute of separate ethnic groups.

More information can be found in:-

Common Forum / Re: Funny Arts (very creative)!!!!!!!
« on: September 15, 2010, 05:56:27 PM »
ha ha......great.....

You need to know / Re: Important Three Things
« on: September 15, 2010, 05:24:32 PM »
Three things we need to avoid also:

1. Anger,
2. Frustration &
3. Laziness.

Common Forum / Re: The World's Most Beautiful College Campuses
« on: September 14, 2010, 07:41:28 PM »
The road to Kenyon College is really great.

There are many things in this world which are exceptional because of its unique nature. Lets see some extraordinary lakes. Please see the attached file.

Sports Zone / Most Popular Sports Around The World
« on: September 14, 2010, 07:22:16 PM »
All types of sports are popular globally, but what sports can we call THE most popular in the world? Some of the answers may surprise you.

It's no surprise that football, or what Americans call "soccer" is the world's most popular sport to play and to watch. An estimated 3.5 billion people either watch or play football. The World Cup is the global championship of the sport and this tournament is played every four years. The World Cup itself is one of the highest rated sports on television.

Next, we have cricket. This sport which consists of a bat and a ball, has been around for hundreds of years and originated in England. An estimated 3 billion people watch or play cricket each year.

The next most popular sport is a sure surprise, and that is field hockey, with an estimated 2 billion players or watchers, mostly in Asian countries, European countries, Australia and around Africa. This sport tends to be played in high schools in the United States, usually by girls only.

Coming up next is tennis. Not so surprising, but there are an estimated 1 billion players and watchers of tennis around the world. Tennis tends to be popular in richer countries, including the United States, Asian countries, Australia and Europe. There are four main tournaments in tennis, called "Grand Slams" at which players from many countries play. The first is the Australian Open, then the French Open, Wimbledon and then the US Open in late August. The Grand Slam tournaments tend to get the most attention during the tennis season.

Next we have volleyball. Yet another surprise, with an estimated 900 million viewers or players around the world. Volleyball is popular in the United States, where the sport originated, as well as in Brazil, all over Europe, Russia, China and Japan. Volleyball is a popular high school sport in many countries due to it's team centered play and lack of specialized equipment requirements.

Also popular is table tennis, otherwise known as Ping Pong. This is another surprisingly popular sport around the world, with an estimated 900 million watchers or players. Table tennis originated in England as an after dinner activity for Victorians in the late 19th century. Table tennis as a competitive sport is popular in many countries but is especially popular in China, Korea and Singapore.

After these sports, we have a triumvirate of more mainstream American sports including baseball, golf, American football and basketball, with each sport attracting between 400 and 500 million players or watchers worldwide.


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