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September 19, 2012
Judicial systems fall 2012
One of the primary reasons why victims do not testify is in court is embarrassment. Many victims are embarrassed to reveal any details from their cases. In domestic disturbance cases, victims often refuse to testify because they are still living with the defendant, or for whatever reason, they do not want the defendant imprisoned. In this paper, I will focus on domestic violence and why the victims choose not to testify.
Domestic violence cases tend to be sensitive issues because of the intimate nature of the confrontation. Typically in domestic violence cases, a husband is abusing a wife or a child, or a mother is abusing her children. In...
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There have been some major changes in the police response to domestic violence however there are still many areas that need improving. The purpose of this essay is to analyse the relative response made by the police to crimes of domestic violence by examining the theories and statistics from the study of various criminology scholars as well as scrutinising the impact of any changes or improvement that may have since occurred in policing.
The Government defines domestic violence (DV) as "Any incident of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) between adults who are or have been intimate partners or family members, regardless of...
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Essay Question Examine the patterns of, and reasons for, domestic violence in society (24 marks) Domestic violence is the physical, psychological, sexual or financial violence that takes place within a relationship that creates a pattern of coercive and controlling behaviour. In society, domestic violence is seen as wrong, yet it still happens. Some people believe that a minority of people behave in this manner because of psychological causes rather than social ones, however a number of sociologists have challenged this view. Domestic violence follows a social pattern and it is mainly violence by men towards women. Although this doesnât mean that it is only women that are the...
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Violence tears thousands of families apart every year. Today there are about 3-4 times as many offenses as there was 75 years ago. You may not think there are as many cases of domestic violence. Domestic violence isn’t always a husband or boyfriend beating their kid or girlfriend/wife. There are several different types of domestic violence, a man beating a women, a man beating his child, a woman beating her significant other, a woman beating her child, or a child abusing his/her parents verbally or physically. There are also cases not only on physical and verbal assault; there are sexual assaults, social abuse, and economic...
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Sociology – Dan Monaghan.
Domestic violence is a major problem in the UK. It contributes to 1/6 of all violent crime in the UK. Some people have different opinions on what they feel if violent crime and what is not. The term domestic violence is when violent or aggressive behaviour within the household from your partner, usually the male but there are cases of females contributing to domestic violence.
In the UK altogether there are around 6.6 million assaults per year, the majority of the time these are violent acts from men towards the opposite sex, this is from a study created by Mirrless Black. The study showed that 99% of the violent acts where carried out by men towards women. ...
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Children exposed to domestic violence
Michelle A. Ward
Children exposed to domestic violence
A cold day on February 17, 2011 became a day my child or myself will never forget. My son at the young age of a year and two months, became a child statistic for witnessing a domestic violence case. From that day forward I knew, I needed to provide my undivided attention to ensure he was safe in my care and watch. Statistics show that children exposed to violence are, more likely than their peers to abuse their loved ones and or end up in the prison system as adults. It has been my ongoing goal to seek the proper knowledge to help my child, develop into any amazing...
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The purpose of this research study was to examine gender differences with regard to domestic violence and if having been a victim of domestic violence or witnessing it at a young age has any influence on the probability of becoming a perpetrator of domestic violence or a victim of it later in life. Previous research has narrowly identified males as aggressors of domestic violence and has failed to identify females as a domestic violence perpetrator outside of the realm of self-defense (Kernsmith, 2006). The study seeks to discover if having been a female victim of abuse or a witness thereof has any influence on the propensity to behave violently in familial or dating relationships.
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Violence in the Media
Some believe that violence in the media is to blame for violence in people, but that argument is undermined by the realization that violence existed long before video games and television. In fact, violence has actually been steadily decreasing since these things have been growing in popularity. Critics of violent media seem to long for the “good old days”; a time before there was violence in the media. These critics fail to acknowledge that those “good old days” were actually far more violent than today. While violence is still present in modern society, it pales in comparison to the violence that was...
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Domestic Terrorism Group: Army of God
Advanced Topics in Criminal Justice
Professor Ray Newman
Colorado Technical University Online
September 2, 2013
Domestic Terrorism Group: Army of God
This paper will discuss a domestic terrorism group called the Army of God and why they chose to be terrorists. It will also discuss what the organizations views are and the types of crimes they are associated with. The strategies that law informant has used against the Army of God to prevent any attacks from this group and what precautions will law enforcement need to take before apprehending a member from this group. This paper will also discuss how the local court systems handle...
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Violence against women is not a new or recent phenomenon women have been the victims of violence all through the age, in all societies, cultures regions or religious communities in the world.
It is indeed, ironic that in India, which has given rise to apostles of peace and non-violence, women have to bear the brunt of violence-domestic as well as public, physical as well as emotional and mental.
Violence against women can be viewed in the historical perspective, for it is to a large extent, linked to her status in society.
In the Vedic period, Indian women enjoyed a relatively comfortable position. Gradually violence against them beggar to be practised; the doors of...
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"Violence Isn't the Answer"
Violence is an act of intentionally using physical power or force, threatening or extreme aggregations such as rape and murder against a person, group or community (Richard 1992). Violence is more rampant among young adults posing great to the society; it ranges from schools and colleges, homesteads or domestic grounds to public environment such as urban centers. Many questions have arisen as to why the youth are the most likely to get involved in violent crimes, according to statistics postulated by the government. The answerer to this question in as much as it may complex as it is elusive gives an insight of...
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Violence in Video Games
English (Tuesdays Thursdays)
97% of 12-17 year olds in the US played video games in 2008, this fueling an $11.7 billion domestic video game industry. In 2008, 10 of the top 20 best-selling video games in the US contained violence. Violent video games have been blamed for school shootings, increases in bullying, and violence towards women. Critics argue that these games desensitize players to violence, reward players for simulating violence, and teach children that violence is an acceptable way to resolve conflicts. Video game advocates contend that a majority of the research on the topic is deeply flawed and that no causal...
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University of Phoenix Material
Ethical Dilemma Worksheet
|What is the ethical issue or problem? Identify the issue succinctly. |
|The two police officers are the moral agents. The problem is that although the officers are convinced the man was driving and there|
|was likely a domestic violence situation, the requirements of the law have been met which would allow the officers to make an |
|arrest on either charge. ...
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Human Services Profession
Susan Breedlove, Bambi Shelnutt, Tosha Hawes, Frances Macmillan
July 27, 2015
Human Services Profession
Someone who works in human services works with children and families, caseworkers at DCS, licensed social workers, and residential directors at social service agencies, human service technicians or assistants. They will also work with professional like Psychologist and counselors. Where a social worker offers financial, personal, mental health and physical assistance to disadvantaged and disabled individuals to help them get back on their feet. (PSG, 2015) They both play vital roles in the social services field helping people...
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CRJ 419 American Terrorism
Assignment 4 Part Two
June 16, 2013
More Domestic Terrorist Than the Public Realizes
With only a few mentioned in part one of this two part essay, there are actually many more domestic terrorist groups that are coming to light. Domestic terrorism has been around for many years and probably for many more. There are going to be groups or even individuals that will have their own beliefs and may even try to push those beliefs onto others. So because of this domestic terrorism is going to be around for a long time. Looking through history I have found a few domestic groups that weren’t mentioned in part ones essay...
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DE LEON, SANDRA YSABEL CHER S. July 20, 2016
10-12 St. Stephen Harding Ms. Ma Theresa F. Navales
Society is better without Victim-blaming
Victim-blaming is a case where society questions the actions of the victim instead of the attacker. Hartnell (2016) stated that the idea of victim-blaming has rooted from the book called “The key in the starry night” back in the 1830s. The people realized that the villain’s method of destroying the hero’s soul, which is the method of victim-blaming, can help them escape their insecurities. I despise the idea of using another person just to...
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Violence and Video Games
CIS 324: Computer Ethics
July 24, 2012
Professor Rebecca Stephens
This paper will discuss the different theories of links between violence and video games. Those who try to censor video games or make them illegal point to the theories and studies that show a tenuous link. Those in the video game industry and activists for free speech and artistic freedom out right refute or offer other reasons for the supposed link.
Violence and Video Games
There is no solid evidence that a link between violence and video games exit. Video games have been blamed for school shootings, violence toward women, excessive bulling, and...
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Globalization can be defined as the global integration of different worldviews, economic outlook, cultural values, and in many cases vast exploitation of workers. Women of color and women of the Third World are highly subject to globalization and the exploitation it causes. Women in Asia are greatly affected by Globalization, both politically and economically. We see in many cases in Asia how this occurs such as, corporations’ exploitation of women, challenges for the women’s movement, and the issue of sex workers and foreign brides.
With the issue of exploitation of workers in corporations it becomes clear that Globalization is a huge factor in the livelihood of women in these countries....
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For the worst crimes, life without parole is better, for many reasons. I’m against the death penalty not because of sympathy for criminals but because it isn’t effective in reducing crime, prolongs the anguish of families of murder victims, costs a whole lot more than life in prison, and, worst of all, risks executions of innocent people.
The death penalty keeps the population safe by providing a deterrent for crime. Without the death penalty, the consequences for committing murder are not as feared. According to an essay by Professor Jeffrey A. Fagan, “executions [do] not only...
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05 March 4, 2014
In the U.S. there seems to be a lot of homeless people. Approximately 3.5 million people
are likely to experience homelessness in any given year(www.nlchp.org). There are many
reasons why people become homeless which are, domestic violence,
addiction disorders, lack of jobs, mental and medical health issues, lack of education, and
insurance. Some of these problems spiral out of control resulting in the inability to provide for
oneself or ones family. In most cases homelessness is rarely caused by one factor but it can
Fifty percent of the cities surveyed by the U.S. Conference of Mayors identified domestic
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Substance Abuse among American Adolescents
Control substance abuse is an excessive consumption or a disorder use of substances especially drugs or alcohol that is associated with significant problems. Substance abuse is a disease that commonly appears among adolescents. According to Kerby Anderson1, “93% percent of all teenagers have some experience with alcohol by the end of their senior year of high school. Almost two-thirds of all American young people try illicit drugs before they finish high school.” If substance abuse is left untreated, it will cause violence in streets, such as crimes, kidnaping. Also, it will cause domestic violence. For example, many babies are born with...
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It is a very difficult task to understand why terrorism is increasingly happening and why terrorists show no mercy to their kind but keep killing innocents. Many scholars approach this problem trying to gain knowledge and explanations for Islam’s terroristic actions, especially after the 9/11 attacks. So far, they find out the main reason that Islam uses as an excuse for violence is their blindly beliefs in religion. One example for this statement is the cartoon “French cartoonists' killers are a death cult” (2015) drawn by the David Horsey, which is published on Los Angeles Times. This cartoon appears because of the Charlie Hebdo’s attack in January. The action was a revenge of radical...
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Social and economic justice occurs when "all members of a society share equally in the social order, secure an equitable consideration of resources and opportunities, and enjoy their full benefit of civil liberties". An easier way to understand the concept of social and economic justice may be to consider what a lack of justice is: "when societies do not accord citizens equity and equality and when they violate their citizens' human and civil rights".
Social injustice could include any social problem-domestic violence, inadequate healthcare, or substance abuse. Social justice ideally addresses these problems, but also addresses social issues-the increasing aging population, education...
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BSHS 302 (Introduction to Human Services) Entire Course
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Global Politics: The feasibility of universal drug liberalization as an emerging phenomenon
Globalization & The War on Drugs: Assessing alternatives to criminalization
The purpose of this paper is to address universal drug liberalization as a feasible alternative to the current drug control regime specifically in North America and potentially applicable elsewhere. With an in depth analysis of the historical regulation, implementation of law, and resulting consequences we will be able to see how nations are effected by complex drug politics and why there has been a global paradigm shift in looking spiritedly at the ideal of decriminalization. I argue in favor of...
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Why enter the helping field
Introduction to Human Services
University of Phoenix
Those working in human service have specialized training, whether earned through school or on the job, as a helping professional. You could hold a variety of positions, whether in residential care, correctional facilities, homeless shelters and food banks, substance abuse programs, organizations dedicated to children and families, poverty and employment services, child and elder care operations, mental health agencies and domestic violence efforts. Your role may include helping others obtain services, monitoring and keeping records, organizing or leading group activities, assisting clients in...
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DELIVERY OF HUMAN SERVICES
What is Woodstock? Woodstock is an organization that helps people that are in need with shelter, transportation, programs that help with domestic violence, teen runaways, food shelters and case management services and adolescents. Family of Woodstock was born when the community need was recognized and addressed.
Some of the factors that led the family of Woodstock are one...
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Examine the ways in which government policies and laws affect the nature and extent of family diversity. (24 marks) (Ao1-14 Ao2-10)
Some sociologists have suggested that social policy has caused families to become more diverse while others disagree. Social policies are the laws and practices put in place by the government that effect social issues, in this case the family. For example, in the 1930’s the Nazi government in Germany wanted to encourage Aryan families and put in place policies that involved sterilising certain groups to prevent them from having children. More recently in China they have a one child policy, if individuals have more than one child the government have put in...
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Human Services Professional Worksheet
September 16, 2014
University of Phoenix Material
Human Services Professional Worksheet
Select three agency types from the following list:
|A drug and alcohol treatment program |A hospital rehabilitation center (A physical rehabilitation center) |
|A homeless shelter |A crisis intervention center |
|A day treatment drop-in center for teenagers | ...
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The text I’m going to analyze is headlined “Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr”. It is the speech of Robert F. Kennedy, a prominent democratic senator from New York, and it was delivered on the 4th of April in 1968. He spoke in Muncie in the afternoon. On the plane to Indianapolis, where he was to speak to the black community, he was told Martin Luther King, Jr. had been shot in Memphis. (Bart Peterson). This is an example of demographic level of influence because it is composed based on race, in this example black community. The opening sentences of the speech show that the author is going to present sad news –“ that the man who dedicated his life to struggling...
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I recently saw the movie Precious which tells the story of an African American teen living in Harlem. Through the movie, she is pregnant with her second child from being raped multiple times by her father. Her mother is abusive both emotionally and physically and does not support her desire for an education. While Precious endures countless acts of physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect and domestic violence, she is resilient and goes to an alternative school to learn the basic skills of reading and writing.
As many as one in four girls and one in six boys may suffer from sexual abuse by the time they are 18.1 This movie really made me realize that while this is a fictional story, there are...
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EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY
The East African Community (EAC) is a regional intergovernmental organization of 5 Partner States: the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda, with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.
The EAC is home to 145.5 million citizens, of which 22% is urban population. With a land area of 1.82 million square kilometers and a combined Gross Domestic Product of US$ 147.5 billion .its realization bears great strategic and geopolitical significance and prospects for the renewed and reinvigorated EAC.
The work of the EAC is guided by its Treaty which established the Community. It was signed on 30 November 1999 and...
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Political, Economic, and Social development of Panama
Panama’s political development:
Panama has made notable political and economic progress since the December 1989 U.S. military intervention that ousted the military regime of General Manuel Antonio Noriega from power. Since that time, the country has had five successive civilian governments, with the current government of President Ricardo Martinelli of the center-right Democratic Change (CD) party elected in May 2009 to a five-year term (Sullivan, 2012). Until the May 2009 Presidential election, the fight for political power in Panama had been essentially limited to the Partido Revolucionario Democrático (PRD) and the Partido...
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Murdock, a functionalist believes that the family structure is like a sub system to society. He says that the family performs four essential functions to meet the needs of society and it's members. These functions are: successful socialisation of the young into society's shared norms and values, the members of the families economic needs are met regularly e.g food and shelter, stable satisfaction of the sex drive with the same partner and finally the reproduction of the next generation without which society would struggle to continue. However, there are many criticisms of Murdock's theory. Other sociologists have argued that his 'rose tinted' harmonious consensus view that the family meets...
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Au Cardenas 1
Kassidy Au Cardenas
Au Cardenas 2
Vrinda Grover was born in New Delhi, India 1967 to a poor family. As a child she
noticed the wide gap between the rich and the poor people in India, and as she grew up the
gap got bigger. As a grown woman she decided to “be the change you want to see in the
world”, so she became a lawyer. She graduated from St. Stephens College, then went on to get
her law degree from Delhi University and her masters in law from New York University. After
graduating, she used her powers she got from being a lawyer to help women. Mostly she did
this by taking on taking cases involving sexual and domestic violence against women and
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Every day bullying incidents occur and most are ignored by parents, teachers, students, and our judicial system, when they all could be prevented. No one takes the time to stop, listen and address bullying and make them serve some type of punishment when this occurs. Most wait until it’s too late and many are threatened, injured, or even killed in schools, on buses, or in society in general. Throughout this paper, I will explain several types of incidents that have occurred and were ignored and how they were over looked by a higher authority. I will also include some ideas on how we can take further action into preventing tragedies from occurring if possible. Schools and court...
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Crimes against the elderly in socially organized and disorganized communities
Table of Contents
Defining Elderly Abuse 7
Traditional Societies 8
The length of the problem 9
Institutional Settings 9
Risk factor for Elder Abuse 10
Individual factors 10
Factors of Relationship 11
Factors of Community and Society 12
The result of elder abuse 14
Domestic Settings 14
Treatment in institutions 14
Preventing Elder Abuse 15
Feedback from national level 16
Responses from local people 18
Social Service 19
Health Care 20
Legal Proceeding 21
Campaign to generate public awareness 22
Greater Knowledge 23
Causes of the abuse 24...
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We should be doing more to prevent animal cruelty.
Everyday, all over the world, animals are mistreated and abused by incompetent, cruel owners; often just to satisfy human pleasures. We are supporting the abuse and ignoring simple rights that they should have. For instance, do you agree that a dog has the right not to have pain inflicted on him or her unnecessarily? Infuriating and heartbreaking: we are still standing by and allowing this to happen. It is even more sickening when we realise that, everyday, ignoring the cat down the street being kicked by its owner or selecting what perfume or make-up to buy in our favourite shop- we may...
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"There are no recorded cases of overdose fatalities attributed to cannabis, and the estimated lethal dose for humans extrapolated from animal studies is so high that it cannot be achieved," stated in a 1995 report prepared by the World Health Organization. (Medical Marijuana Mall USA, 2013). Medical marijuana is safer than prescription drugs, alcohol, and spice.
Marijuana is more beneficial to use than prescription drugs because of the lack of serious side effects. The most common side effects of marijuana are coughing, wheezing, and bronchitis. These side effects are easily taken care of by using a vaporizer or preparing foods with marijuana. Marijuana is less dependable than...
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Hate Crimes Against African-American
Tonja Charletta Cash
Hate Crimes Against African Americans
Two African-American, 16 year old girls were walking home from a school function. They were walking through a predominately white neighborhood. One was wearing her school cheerleading outfit and the other was wearing a hoodie, and it was covering her head. Which one will...
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Running head: COMMUNITY HEALTH AND POPULATION
Community Health and PopulationFocused Nursing (C228)
June 29, 2016
Running head: COMMUNITY HEALTH AND POPULATION
A. Identification of Community
Running head: COMMUNITY HEALTH AND POPULATION
The community that I will be presenting a health assessment status of for this task is
Collierville, TN. Collierville is a small active suburban community located in Shelby County,
TN near the Memphis Metropolitan area. It is approximately 25 square miles large, located
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The Alaskan Native and Health Promotion
The Alaskan Native and Health Promotion
In the United States in 2013 there were 11.2 million American Indians and Alaska Natives nation wide representing approx. 2% of the population. The state with the highest population percentage of natives was Alaska, with 134,361 accounting for 14.3% of the population (United States Census Bureau. 2013). It is this group that is going to be focused on now in this paper because of the unique issues and barriers that are found in attempting health promotion within this minority. Many different problems arise when attempting change in the region ranging from education levels, large cultural differences,...
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How Free Is ‘Free Speech’ When Society Disagrees?
Free speech is a complicated issue, not just in the United States, but in many other countries as well. Unfortunately the freedom of speech is not as simple as saying anything at any time. While by law, everyone in the United States is entitled to the freedom to speak their minds, social expectations and mainstream culture restrict what people are able to say. However, as society has progressed many social changes have been made by people who have refused to be silenced by mainstream culture. Movements such as the Civil Rights Movement and the LBGTQ movement have been started by people who have fully used their rights to free speech. This...
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Welcome to WritePoint, the automated review system that recognizes errors most commonly made by university students in academic essays. The system embeds comments into your paper and suggests possible changes in grammar and style. Please evaluate each comment carefully to ensure that the suggested change is appropriate for your paper, but remember that your instructor's preferences for style and format prevail. You will also need to review your own citations and references since WritePoint capability in this area is limited. Thank you for using WritePoint.
Addiction: Alcoholism and the effects on the family.
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“Five myths about gun control”
By Robert J. Spitzer, December 21, 2012
1. I like this article because it states specific facts about gun control and not just opinions. It talks about all the myths about gun control, one myth is that gun control is a losing battle for Democrats. But, that is false because many democrats have voiced their opinion on the topic. Another myth is that guns are deadliest as murder weapons which has been also proven false because statistics show that gun suicide is more common than gun homocide. Another myth is that American schools have become shooting galleries. Horrible incidents like Sandy Hook and Columbine...
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Essay Test 2
By Cody Ward
This essay argues that the attitudes toward sexuality were greatly varied between average people and activists between 1900 and 1960. The people in the 1960s had were much more sexually liberated than those in the earlier part of the century. (Peiss, Sexual Revolutions, p.405) The 1960s brought about a time when sex be came a more common place topic, and people where able to plan their families more easily.
In the early part of the 1900s women became under scrutiny for their sexual practices. Many American women, as well as immigrants, were entering into prostitution in order to make ends meet. They received higher financial rewards as prostitutes than they...
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Family of Woodstock, Inc.
November 14, 2014
Family of Woodstock is a place where teens and adults are assisted in many ways. I am an interviewee for the upcoming position here at Family of Woodstock and I would like you to be aware of my knowledge and to let you know why I applied. I am a person that is really interesting in helping other people and that is the reason why I am graduating with a degree in human service. After reading and learning about the facts of Family of Woodstock, I became very interested in the working for the organization as I would like to take part of the people helping the young adults by providing my knowledge and skills.
It is very difficult to...
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Yesterday we discussed potential signs ofmistreatment or abuse in a day care setting. Today we continue our discussion regarding child abuse as we consider the signs of various types of abuse.
While many of these topics are exceptionally troubling, as parents it is important to pay attention to changes in the behavior of our children and recognize the importance of addressing these issues head on.
When it comes to unspeakable acts of sexual abuse of children there may or may not be any outwardly physical signs. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to any changes in the child’s behavior. In these situations, a mandated reporter or other person who is concerned about the child’s...
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Women in the Australian colonies:
Women in Australia colonies
Port Philip grew at an amazing rate in the 1830s when free settlers and female convicts were sent to Victoria to respond to the labor shortage. Women were outnumbered by men with a ration 1 to seven respectively. Women were the small population and were the most vulnerable proportion of the whole population. Initially, the majority of women were unmarried free settlers. There was a great demand for single women to serve as house servants, and the government covered the travel expenses to Victoria with families or married couples. . However, the free...
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SOC 305 Complete Course SOC305 Complete Course
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SOC 305 WEEK 1 DQ 1 MORAL PANIC
Moral Panic. After viewing the video, Gender & Crime, please address each of the following questions:
a. Is crime normal in a society?
b. What is the purpose of crime and punishment?
c. How much crime is “enough,” and how would this be measured?
d. How is crime defined?
e. What problems are defined as worthy of social control?
f. What is the influence of the media?
SOC 305 WEEK 1 DQ 2 RACE AND DEATH ROW
Race and Death Row. This...