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Society

It Is OK As Long As It Does Not Hurt Anyone

I support the fact that people should have the right to do what they want, as long as their actions do no harm anyone. If choices or what I prefer does not cause harm to anyone, then I do not see any reasons as to why I cannot do as...

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Birth Rate Statistics for Texas

IntroductionTexas is one of the largest states in the United States and is represented by a large and highly diverse population. As a result, there are a large number of births on an annual basis in various counties throughout the state. For instance, in 2015, a total of 387,110 live...

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The Power Metaphor for Social Change

One of the most compelling parts of the famous novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, is the role reversal between the main character “Huck” and his companion, Jim. This reversal exists on several levels. Jim is older than Huck, yet because of his skin color he has less power than...

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Corrections Research Paper and Evaluation

Corrections Trend EvaluationAcross the globe, there are a substantive number of correctional centers that house diverse and dynamic inmates People that are mandated to work in these facilities are faced with stringent challenges with respect to maintaining the inmates and consequently the prison facility. The officers are depicted as the...

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Conducting Qualitative Research

In reviewing the work “Does Marriage and Relationship Education Work? A Meta-Analytic Study” by Hawkins, Blanchard, Baldwin, and Fawcett (2008) the first element of the study which emerges is it thoroughness and the size of its sample. The abstract immediately establishes the thoroughness of the authors’ approach to the study;...

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Research Analysis of Aged Care Service Delivery in Australia

The geographical distribution of aged care system delivery in Australia has already become a focus of several academic researchers, given the high rates of aging of Australian population. The majority of them indicates that aged care system in Australia is characterized by serious disparities in the availability and quality of...

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Kuwait Lifestyle

Kuwait has undergone a radical transformation in the past decades, demonstrating itself to be a progressive, innovative and attractive country to the rest of the world. Largely on the basis of the economic value of natural resources such as oil, and under astute leadership, Kuwait has wisely employed its God-given...

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Living in California (Los Angeles)

If I had to choose where to live in the US, I would definitely pick California. More specifically, I would want to live in Los Angeles, and here I will explain why. To begin with, Los Angeles is located on the ocean side, and this gives it the edge over...

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The Lifestyle and Routine Victimization Theories

The strongest point of all victimization theories is that they allow prediction of certain circumstances in which the crimes are likely to occur. Lifestyle perspective and routine activity theory are the two most progressive approaches existing in this field. Meier and Miethe (1993) define these theories as empirical and anecdotal...

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Traditional Ways of Life

As a young man who is an Aboriginal and a Torres Strait Islander, I have a rich cultural and social history as part of my identity as a person. My parents and grandparents have taught me a great deal in this respect, and my personal development has been decisively influenced...

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Colorado Springs Recovery Operation

When disasters occur, they claim many lives and property. In this view, it is important for governments to plan for recovery operations. The department of emergency management is concerned with helping the communities that have been affected to return to a sound economy, habitable dwellings, as well as restored employment...

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Role Of Ideologies In Modern Society

Brym (2014) talks about an ideology as a collection of ideas that are adopted by an individual or a group of persons with the goal of explaining reality in society. From a sociological perspective, it is often difficult to understand how ideologies play a role in society since research involves...

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The Flat Earth Society:A New/Old Option

Although it is firmly believed by scientists, academicians, and basically just about anyone on earth, that the Earth is round, there is a society of individuals who are holding to the pre-Copernican belief of a flat world. In Lancaster, Ca. there lived a man, Charles Johnson, who once headed up...

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Yamas Living Principles

The principle I will adopt into my life is satya or commitment to the truth. As a result of commitment to satya, I will not be afraid to ask any question, no matter how unconventional, strange, or even sacred it may be. I will also adopt an open mind towards...

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Capturing the World’s Emerging Middle Class

The article “Capturing the World’s Emerging Middle Class” looks at the developing middle class outside of the United States, focusing on the BRIC counties plus a few other Asian ones. The authors explain how understanding this class, especially in the context of other classes, can help multinational corporations develop strategies...

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Urban Revitalization

Everywhere you look change occurs in our society. Change is inevitable because it is the way of life that each of us deals with. It can be beneficial or harmful to the community depending on how the public views it. One such example is urban revitalization in public history. The...

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Award Speech

It was quite a surprise to hear from Mark Benner that the Chamber had selected me as the Municipal Employee of the Year. Actually, it was a lot more than just a surprise; I was in a state of utter disbelief and almost sure that either I had misheard Mark...

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