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Sport is an important aspect of the life of young Americans. Undoubtedly, physical activity is beneficial for health and social skills. Thousands of young athletes pursue their dreams to become international stars like Tiger Woods or Michael Phelps. For many of them, sports are the chance to quit poverty and...

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Family is considered to be one of the influencing and determining factors in the social life of man, without the existence of which the continuation of human life will break. Healthy and unhealthy lifestyle of this social cell can deeply and comprehensively affect various aspects of society so that weakening...

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The etiology of the Christmas stocking is unconfirmed, but people have been using stockings for centuries (Spivack). Today’s American children hang stockings on their fireplace mantels or wherever they can if they don’t have fireplaces. On Christmas morning, everyone opens their stockings and gets small gifts. The origin of stockings...

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Discussion - Family Values a) In their book, Friedman, Bowden, and Jones (2003) argue that health maintenance has turned into one of the central elements of American core value paradigm and is now regarded as one of the key preconditions of wealthy and happy life. I could observe the evidence...

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This fact sheet is designed to answer some basic questions about family centered learning and to encourage a family considering the program to take the next step by contacting a family centered learning professional. A family centered program is an alternative approach to learning, one that takes a comprehensive view...

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“Destined for Equality” by Robert M. Jackson discusses the contemporaneous decline of gender inequality in society. The term gender equality refers to a state of parity of access to opportunities and resources by persons of opposing gender, which for the purposes of this discussion will only use the traditional definition...

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People's opinions, values, behaviors, communication styles often appear so natural as if they were born with them. The fact that many people around us share the same beliefs and behaviors may make it seem that these are universal or even biologically-determined. Yet, it is important to remember that it is...

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As a matter of fact, the adolescent period is sometimes very challenging for young individuals since it is during this period that they do experience remarkable physical and intellectual development. During this period, nurturing a strong relationship with healthcare providers and family members, more so parents is extremely critical because...

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IntroductionIronically, and while American society continues to emphasize the importance of the family unit to the nation's well-being, a number of realities are in fact creating threats to such units. Increased mobility, younger generations demanding autonomy at earlier ages, and failures of the government to promote the family's interest and...

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