Samples "Society"

Society

What has been happening, it is hard to write all at once. I am tired so much but I want for people to know about these things that I feel and others feel. It is very hard to learn and write in English. I hope that I learn better English...

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The consumption of alcohol throughout the world is different in each country, depending upon factors such as legal age, availability of alcohol, religious beliefs, alcoholism, and other restrictions. Therefore, it is important to recognize the differences among these countries and to determine the rates of alcohol consumption as a comparison....

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Given the large out-migration of Russians from the former U.S.S.R. in the aftermath of the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, as well as previous waves of emigration to the United States and other nations in the wake of the 1917 Russian Revolution, it is possible to speak of a...

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OverviewAboriginal individuals have a long and rich history that is inclusive of rich cultural and spiritual roots. A large section of the traditions were however changed or forcefully removed when the settlers came into the picture. The forceful introduction of European way of life and morals to Aboriginal societies, the...

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Removal of gender-based cap is one of the key priority for business sector in the United States in support of the ethical behaviour at the national and international level. The activity of the multinational companies is closely observed as to the compliance of the organizations with international human rights standards,...

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In recent years, many Chinese public figures have been arrested for using marijuana, which is illegal in China. Some people believes that it is a crime for sure, while others think that since marijuana is legal in many states in the USA, we should also treat it with an open...

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AbstractPopulation planning often includes measures that are meant to enhance individuals' lives by granting them more control over their reproduction; at times, population planning programs may even involve coercive measures. In the late 1970s, for example, China introduced a revolutionary “one-child” policy in order to curb the nation’s impressive demographic...

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There are many similarities and differences between the kinship, religion, and social classes in Egypt, China, and India. It is very common for countries to borrow ideas from one another, and as a result, have a political system with many similarities. One of the major similarities in the three countries...

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There is no doubt that Amish comprise an essential element of the American identity. Especially when it comes to the Midwest region in the United States, one shall be aware of the individual aspects that characterize the religious community. Thus, to briefly introduce the content of the research paper, I...

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