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Melton 11/20/17 Is the American Dream attainable for the non-American? INTRODUCTION: Get attention/attention-getter opening: Minorities have never met minor prejudice. Instead, they\'ve approached American society cautiously, developing tools to unlock the doors that we\'ve unjustly closed in front of them. Establish Credibility and Goodwill: Regardless, the flag waves with an assumption, unwavering, that we live in the land of opportunity; why? The pieces of our nation that hold small pieces o...

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Demographics of the United States, Immigration to the United States, Demography, United States, Illegal immigration to the United States, Youth in the United States, Americas, Undocumented students in the United States, Illegal immigration, Immigration, DREAM Act, Illegal immigration to New York City
The virtue of Religion
Religion comes from the Latin verb religre, to bind , so that we in religi on are bound to God . Religion implies that there is a supreme being that has control over our destinies and the universe. It implies se condly that man has recogn ized that there is such a being, and that he needs H is help, and that he freely subjects his life to Him by acts of homage and love which is to worship Him. When we do this habitually we possess the virtue of religion. Religion as a virtue is a, "Quality of m...

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Spirituality, Human behavior, Christian prayer, Religion, Spiritual practice, Catholic spirituality, Rosary, Prayer, Worship, Prayer in the Catholic Church, Efficacy of prayer
ESSAY STRUCTURE RELIGION
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism have many similarities and many differences. They are all Abrahamic religions and worship the same God. Each religion requires its followers to adhere to a certain moral code and show devotion to God through prayer. One area of difference is in their view of Jesus Christ. Christians believe Jesus to be the messiah and son of God. Muslims consider him to be a prophet, though they do not believe in his resurrection. In Judaism, Jesus is not believed to be the mess...

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Religion, Theology, Christian theology, Abrahamic religions, Monotheistic religions, Christology, Prophets of Islam, Conceptions of God, Messiah, Islam, God in Christianity, Ten Commandments
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David Eichler World Civilization: China Cultural Paper 10/10/2016 The Tibetans / Zang The Tibetans are a Chinese ethnic group who first settled in the Yarlung Zangbo River in Tibet around the 6th century. They currently number an estimate of 7.8 million. Significant Tibetan minorities also live outside of Tibet Autonomous Region in China, and in India, Nepal, and Bhutan. Tibetans speak different languages, many varieties of which are equally incoherent spoken by approximately 8 million peo...

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Geography of Asia, Tibet, Asia, Western China, Tibetan people, Dalai Lama, Tibetan independence movement, Tibetan sovereignty debate
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Kat McDonald Miranda Humanities in the Western Tradition 05/07/2017 Machiavelli\'s "The Prince" Niccolo Machiavelli\'s "The Prince" is often considered to be one of the most influential pieces of literature of the Renaissance era. In it, Machiavelli explains his ideals on how he thought a Prince should rule his empire. He distinguishes between "Principalities" (those lands ruled by a prince) and "Republics" (those lands that are "free") and focuses mainly with the former. The book is distribute...

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Machiavellianism, Political philosophy, Philosophy, The Prince, Applied psychology, Niccol Machiavelli, Republic, Machiavelli, Discourses on Livy, Machiavelli as a dramatist
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Dr. Ray Gehani Globalization and Outsourcing of U.S Industry 04/23/2017 Globalization and Outsourcing of Music in U.S Globalization of markets also means globalization of culture and Americanization. An example can be observed in the music industry. Since the creation of hip-hop in the 1980\'s, rap music has extended to other cultures around the globe. From South Africa to Japan, hip hop has made a universal impression. Many rap artists from the United States confess that a substantial amount o...

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Music, Culture, African-American culture, Fads, Hip hop, Rapping, Globalization, Turkish hip hop, Israeli hip hop
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Intro to Theater through Film Play/Film Comparison Paper 10/18/2018 Hamlet: Play vs. Film Hamlet was initially written by Shakespeare as a play conveying a tragedy , b ut throughout the years it has been portrayed on many d ifferent occasions, as a motion picture. Both formats share similar scenes throughout the context of the original play for which the films were adapted. Three of these scenes are Hamlet\'s encounter with his fath er\'s ghost, Hamlet\'s murder of Polonius, and Ham let\'s last...

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Characters in Hamlet, Film, Fiction, English-language films, Literature, British films, Hamlet, Gertrude, Polonius, Horatio, Laertes, Ghost
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505 Farmhouse Lane Durham, North Carolina (919) 937-8607 [email protected] Dear Hiring Manager, I am writing to express my interest in the sales associate position at Urban Outfitters located at The Streets of Southpoint. With experience working in retail at American Eagle for a little over a year, I am new to working in retail but I am relatively experienced and ready for anything. In regards to the position, I\'m a college student looking for a summer job. I visited the store in early Ma...

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November 27, 2017 History of Art 01 Dr. Jones West African Manuscript Questions Importance of manuscripts to the community. How does this change with Africa\'s place in European history? Manuscripts in Timbuktu provide a new understanding of West African history. Conserving the manuscripts is very important to the culture because conserving history and reiterating what happened in the past is how the culture survives in the world. African history is built on oral tradition, historians believe t...

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Mali Empire, Songhai Empire, Massina Empire, Timbuktu, Africa, Manuscript, Geography of Mali, Timbuktu Manuscripts
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November 2017 History of Art I Dr. Jones Manuscript Reflection Illuminated manuscripts are expressions of piety, so no I don\'t think that St. John of Damascne and St. Bernard of Clairvaux would approve of the construction and distribution of such art. These two believe that it\'s only essential to have devotion within us rather than creating false representations and idols. Although the art and words in the manuscripts choose to convey and exemplify the religious beliefs of the medieval time p...

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Textual scholarship, Publishing, Textual criticism, Book design, Gilding, Illuminated manuscript, Western art, Visual arts, Manuscript
This P*ssy Grabs Back: The Current Status of Women
\'s Healthcare Arieanne Evans-Hill Spelman College Dr. Dorian Crosby Introduction to Political Inquiry November 2017 Introduction The Obama administration introduced a healthcare system that was universally available to all who needed it. Due to the newest presidential elect, women\'s healthcare and its rights are in jeopardy of being terminated by the Trump administration. Republican mindsets are that of the conservative nature and the services that women\'s healthcare centers provide such as...

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Health, Personal life, Right to health, Health care in the United States, Health care, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Philosophy of healthcare, Healthcare Engineering
Childhood Trauma and Substance Abuse in Adulthood
By: Lauren Gonder CA 401 Child Advocacy II: Responses, Dr. Quanda Stevenson Children are precious yet pliable beings. Children develop through their experiences both physically and psychologically . These experiences calibrate the brain and the body to prepare us for the different environments we face. If a child is brought up in a home where they are constantly being abused and/or neglected, they are programed into learning to take care of themselves. Emotional problems arise when a child is f...

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Psychiatry, Psychology, Behavioural sciences, Abnormal psychology, Psychiatric diagnosis, Mental health, Child abuse, Abuse, Early childhood trauma, Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, Psychological trauma, Addiction
There is a Price for Admission to the Sick Role
"" By: Lauren Gonder Illness is defined, in today\'s terms, as a state or condition of suffering as the result of a disease or sickness and is caused by an abnormal biological affliction or mental abnormality (pg. 188) CITATION Coc16 l 1033 (Cockerman, 2016) . In 1951, Sociologist Talcott Parsons, initially expressed sickness as a deviant behavior that a person accepts when feeling sick. Deviance is an act or behavior that violates the social norms within a given society CITATION Coc16 l 1033 (...

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RTT, Cancer, Medicine, Health, Breast cancer, Lung cancer, Squamous cell carcinoma, Adenocarcinoma
The Work of Midwives
"" By: Lauren A. Gonder There has been much controversy surrounding the roles of midwives with no hospitals , no drugs, and no supervision from a doctor. A clinical assessment has been formulated that could have implications for the United States, Britain\'s National Institute for Health, and Care Excellence. The conclusion was that it is safer for healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancies to give birth under the supervision of a midwife rather than in a hospital maternity ward run by doctor...

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Health, Midwifery, Personal life, Midwife, Certified nurse midwife, Home birth, Childbirth, Nursing in the United Kingdom, Midwives, Obstetrics, Nursing, CNMs in the United States
Australia Compared and Contrasted with the United
States Lauren A. Gonder Athens State University, Global Child Advocacy Issues CA302 Australia Compared and Contrasted with the United States Identification, Climate, and Geographic Australia is both a country and a continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific Oceans CITATION Wik l 1033 (Wikipedia, 2017). It is the sixth largest country in the world, with the United States being second. Most of the major cities, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide, are all coastal. Canberra is the...

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Child abuse, Child welfare, Violence against men, Social work, Childhood, Family, Human behavior, Law enforcement in the United States, Domestic violence in Australia, Mandated reporter, Abuse, Domestic violence
Prosecution & Treatment of Mothers Who Abuse D
Prosecution & Treatment of Mothers Who Abuse Drugs During Pregnancy: Policy Implications for Their Children Lauren A. Gonder Athens State University , Perspectives on Child Maltreatment & Child Advocacy, CA301 INTRODUCTION Substance abuse i s an epidemic in today\'s society. Per the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 21.5 million American\'s aged 12 and older battled a substance use disorder in 2014 CITATION NSD14 l 1033 (NSDUH, 2014) . Physical, emotional, and neurological effects...

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The Importance of the Judicial System in the Rise
and Fall of Jim Crow Lauren A. Gonder Athens State University, Culture and Globalization, Dr. Malcolm Cort The Importance of the Judicial System in the Rise and Fall of Jim Crow The Jim Crow era was one of struggle, not only for the victims of the violence, discrimination, and poverty, but by those who worked to contest segregation in the South. The judicial system resolves cases based on legal precedent and in terms of the rights of the Constitution CITATION Mas l 1033 (Massey, 2016). Most of...

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Politics of the United States, Reconstruction Era, United States, Debt bondage, Discrimination in the United States, Race legislation in the United States, White supremacy in the United States, Jim Crow laws, Black Codes, Separate but equal, Plessy v. Ferguson, African-American Civil Rights Movement
Technology Can Change Social Relationships
Lauren A. Gonder Athens State University Culture and Globalization, Dr. Malcolm Cort Technology Can Change Social Relationships Globalization is word used to explain how countries from different nations come together as one global economy. Technology is a science or knowledge put into practical use to solve problems or invent useful tools. The inventions of early times are what forced change throughout, even when it was avoided. For centuries, farmers resisted technological change in their crop...

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Economy, Structure, Agricultural machinery, Cotton gin, Slavery in the United States, Textile machinery, Business, Eli Whitney, Cotton, Tokugawa shogunate, Japan, Slavery
Globalization and the Production and Consumption o
f Coal in the U.S.A. Lauren A. Gonder Athens State University SO400, Globalization and Culture, Dr. Malcolm Cort Globalization and the Production and Consumption of Coal in the U.S.A. According to our textbook, globalization is a set of processes through which the world is becoming a single place CITATION Chi14 l 1033 (Chirico, 2014). This doesn\'t mean that we are all following the same sets of rules or governed by the same government. We are all connected through several different systems tha...

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Coal mining, Energy, Physical universe, Economy, Coal, Fossil fuel power station, Fossil fuel, Globalization, Fossil fuel phase-out
The organizations in which people work affect thei
r thoughts, feelings, and actions in the workplace and away from it. Likewise, people\'s thoughts, feelings, and actions affect the organizations in which they work. Organizational behavior is an area of inquiry concerned with both sorts of influence: work organizations on people and people on work organizations. There are several reasons why moods may be of particular importance in organizational behavior. Moods are more common, longer lasting, and less noticeable than are other kinds of affec...

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Metaphysics, Philosophy, Neuropsychology, Organizational behavior, Structure, Rationality, Affect, Decision-making
Societal change
A common point of debate is the direction of society: is it moving in a positive or negative direction. While an argument could be made in either direction, the evidence would favor a movement in a positive direction. Overall, society is improving as the current progression of society reflects a positive change and positive progress through an increase in the quality of life and health of society, increased equality, and improved communication and collaboration. A major factor of societal chang...

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Social status, Gender studies, Social inequality, Gender, Gender role, Human behavior, Role theory, Gender equality
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Scientific method, Science and technology, Science, Knowledge, Quantitative research, Quantitative analyst, Research, Statistics, Data analysis, Quantitative analysis, Usability, Qualitative property
The humanities are the words, the ideas, and the s
The humanities are the words, the ideas, and the stories that help us make sense of our live s and our world. They can introduce us to people we have never met, to places we have never visited, and the ideas that may have never crossed our minds. By showing how others have lived and thought about life, the humanities help us decide what is important in our own lives and what we can do to make them better. By connecting us with other people, they point the way to answers about what is true to ou...

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Philosophy, Philosophy of life, Social philosophy, Humanities, Culture, Meaning of life, Anthropology, Ethics, Self, Value, William H. Poteat, Ethnomusicology
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If you\'re going to miss class you should Whine to Dr Y Get the notes from someone Cry Wait until class the next week, then bother everyone around you asking them what we did last week Whine to Dr Zaino In 100-200 words, discuss potential sources of conflict in a Project Management environment.  Is all conflict bad?  If not, how can conflict be good? Conflict in project management is inevitable. The potential for conflict in the development of projects is usually high because it involves indi...

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Conflict, Conflict process), Dispute resolution, Organizational theory, Peace, Structure, Interpersonal conflict, Ethnic conflict, Conflict management, Conflict resolution
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Social programs, Welfare economics, Government, Liberalism in the United States, Independent agencies of the United States government, Economy, Politics of the United States, Social Security, Taxation in the United States, Welfare, New Deal, Unemployment benefits
Accounting 1 - 2nd Period
24 September 2012 Fraud Case Feeds Sarbox-Exemption Critics A finance executive committed a crime of using as much as $31 million for irrelevant purposes for over 5 years from the headphone maker Koss Corp. Koss Corp reported $38.3 million in sales in 2009. Money was continuously being moved out of the company\'s bank account, supposedly to pay off an executive\'s personal credit card charges. Similar small companies like Koss Corp. have not been required to follow an agreement with Sarbox audi...

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Economy, Business, Auditing, 107th United States Congress, SarbanesOxley Act, United States corporate law, Audit, Koss, Internal control, Fraud, Chief financial officer
English 2 CP 3rd Period
September 14, 2011 Dee and Maggie\'s Differences The short story "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker is a short story about two adult-age sisters and a mom who has to make a hard decision. The characters Dee and Maggie are the two sisters who both share a desire to have possession of the family quilts. These quilts are a symbol of their family heritage and getting a better understanding of their history. At the conclusion of the story, the reader understands the different values and needs of both De...

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Fiction, Everyday Use, American literature, Quilt, Maggie Greene, Maggie Simpson
English 2 CP
January 17, 2012 Oedipus Rex Symbolism The book Oedipus Rex by Sophocles discusses the symbolism of blindness and how it is not always a physical quality, but a mental flaw some people possess. In the play, Oedipus is made the King of Thebes for freeing the people from the curse of the Sphinx. Along his journey of being King, he learns that a prophecy once predicted in his past comes true. In the play Oedipus Rex , Socrates uses physical blindness, as well as intellectual blindness to illustrat...

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Literature, Greek mythology, Vocal music, LGBT themes in mythology, Operas, Oedipus, Jocasta, Tiresias, Sophocles, Laius, Oedipus at Colonus, The Infernal Machine
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http://hypatiamaze.org/curiforkids/curie_kids.html http://www.biography.com/people/marie-curie-9263538?page=1 Marie Curie by Vicki Cobb Marie Curie Chemistry September 17, 2012 6 th Period Marie Curie was born Maria Sklodowski November 7, 1867 in Warsaw, Poland. Marie Curie was born to both parents being school teachers that had high expectations of their five children. When Marie was nine years old, her mother died of tuberculosis. To help with the family\'s expenses, the Sklodowskis took in s...

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Science and technology in France, French people, Physics, Nobel laureates in Physics, Radioactivity, Marie Curie, Chemical elements, Pierre Curie, Henri Becquerel, Radium, Radioactive decay, Polonium
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Running head: GENETIC DISORDE R RESEARCH: SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY Genetic Disorder Research: Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Spring Valley High School Biology 1 CP November 3, 2011 Genetic Disorder Research: Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Inherited immune disorders are also called primary immune deficiency disorders. They are caused by a mistake in a gene that affects the immune system. Genes carry an inherited code of instructions that tell the body to make all the cells and protei...

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Medicine, Biology, Immunology, Rare diseases, Immunodeficiency, Severe combined immunodeficiency, Applied genetics, Gene therapy, Medical genetics, Primary immunodeficiency, X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency, Immune disorder
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Dr. Waszak History 241 18 October 2018 Fall of Roman same effects on U.S Many people today always like comparing to the past. In this instance people are comparing the decline of the Roman Empire to the United States current state. In this case how the Roman Empire had function is very similar to today\'s society. People usually focus on the downfalls so what was going around in recent years was that there was a comparison on the forces of work that created the downfall of Rome is also happenin...

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Ancient Rome, 1st millennium BC, Time, Fall of the Western Roman Empire, Rome, Julius Caesar, Historiography of the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Roman Republic, American imperialism
Juvenile Corrections
Jeshondra Lucas CJ 564 Seminar in Corrections Mississippi Valley State University November 27, 2017 The historical development of the juvenile justice system dates back to the Roman Times. The Roman law gave parents the responsibility for punishing their child. Back in the Roman times, the child\'s age was the factor of if the juveniles were capable of being punished by their parents, or if they would be punished by the court with adult charges. At seven years of age, in the Roman law if that c...

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EXTRA QUESTIONS
THINK ABOUT THESE Are we making people endure terrible pain and suffering if we don\'t allow doctors to help them commit suicide?  Is there any way to address the pain and suffering other than through ending their life? If we were to allow assisted suicide, what safeguards or rules would have to be in place? What can be learned from studying those nations who have already initiated allowance for assisted suicide? Are we taking away autonomy and dignity by not allowing assisted suicide? What\'s...

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Euthanasia, Medical ethics, Death, Suicide, Disability rights, Suicide methods, Assisted suicide, Voluntary euthanasia, Right to die, Assisted suicide in the United States
LEGAL POINTS OF VIEW
PRO Life for a human being is not merely about breathing or having a pulse. A human life is about pursuing the goals and values that, according to one\'s own judgment, will make one\'s life enjoyable and worth living. In dire circumstances in which a person is unable to live the kind of life that he or she regards as worth living—and only the individual can make such a determination—it may be the case that remaining alive is a fate worse than death. Life is not merely about quantity; it is...

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Medical ethics, Euthanasia, Disability rights, Suicide, Death, Health, Assisted suicide, Voluntary euthanasia, Dignity in Dying, Ezekiel Emanuel, Legality of euthanasia
The Spiritual Arguments
In this chapter the spiritual arguments for and against assisted suicide will be examined. What effect would the allowance of assisted suicide have on us as humans and as a society? A woman holds the hand of her mother who is dying from cancer during her final hours at a palliative care hospital in Winnipeg The following article shows the varied views of many religions on assisted suicide. Religion and Spirituality (Source - edited for size) Death with Dignity laws allow a terminally ill patien...

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Medical ethics, Euthanasia, Suicide, Disability rights, Death, Assisted suicide, Applied ethics, Dignity, Baptists, Anglicanism, Death with Dignity National Center, Dignity in Dying
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Tema3: Personalidad http://webpersonal.uma.es/jmdominguezf/asignaturas/psicologiaparaeltrabajosocial/tema3.pdf Teorias de la personalidad Duane P. Schltz y Sydney Ellen Schultz https://hannibalpsike83.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/duane-schultz-teorias-de-la-personalidad.pdf Resumen de las teorias de la personalidad https://clea.edu.mx/biblioteca/Resumen-de-las-teorias-de-la-personalidad.pdf Teorias de la personalidad Susan C. Cloninger https://tuvntana.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/teorias-de-la-p...

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Publicado 6th September 2016  por  Vladimir Cha
Publicado 6th September 2016  por  Vladimir Chavez Santiago http://terapiagestalt1.blogspot.mx/2016/09/la-teoria-organismica-de-kurt-goldstein.html La Teoria Organismica de Kurt Goldstein Influido por la psicologia Gestalt, Kurt Goldstein planteo la teoria de que el organismo funciona como un todo y la enfermedad lo modifica en su totalidad. Consideraba al sistema nervioso central como una red, un aparato que siempre funciona como un todo y cuya actividad se entiende cuando se utilizan los p...

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Toneisha Colson College Writing Class Erin Young Professor They Say I Say writing assignment Chapters 1 & 2 If ever there was an idea custom-made for a Jay Leno monologue, this was it: Donald Trump Presidential Nominee. Isn\'t that like asking a clown to entertain us for 4 possible 8 years? Whatever happened to voting for someone who had an extensive background on foreign policies and procedures? I feel like we are waiting for someone to say " sike " or "just kidding". I mean I do know that...

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Donald Trump presidential campaign, Politics of the United States, United States, Business, Donald Trump, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Legal affairs of Donald Trump, Political positions of Donald Trump
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Dorothea Lipari Hospice and Palliative Care April 10,2017 How do I feel about the concept of Hospice and Palliative Care? Dying is a scary thing, and most of the time we are unprepared for it to happen. It is scientifically proven that 100% of us will die one day; but with the advances in modern medicine people are starting to believe they can cheat death. A woman in her eighties had kidney failure and end stage respiratory. She had been there for two weeks and mentioned to her kids she did not...

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Youth Leadership Today\'s youth still face many attitudinal challenges to self-empowerment. Both the problem and the solution begin at home with their parents. Leadership training must start from an early childhood, as these young adults learn to take gradual responsibility for their own decisions. Only through self-determination, can these youth eventually achieve leadership in their respective communities. In addition to parental guidance, society has responsibility to create opportunities fo...

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United States presidential inaugurations, Leadership, First inauguration of Richard Nixon, Political positions of Mitt Romney
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Toneisha Colson Erin Young Mentor PLA Losing A Child: Saying Goodbye to My Daughter Pain, so much pain I thought my appendix had ruptured, I was screaming and crying, so my father rushed me to John T. Mather Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY. I was rushed in the emergency room, the Emergency Room doctor examined me and then there was a flurried of activity in the room, nurses everywhere, doctors, noise and here I am 19 years old screaming in pain. The doctor looked at me with gloves on and said " To...

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Ann Becker Chapter 3   Democratic parenting is the same as positive parenting. The best way to describe democratic parenting is to first look at authoritative parenting. In an authoritarian home, parents rule and children are expected to obey. Parents have "the power" and assume that children will obey and do as they are told. Many parents today were raised in this type of family where dad was the boss, mom followed behind, and the children towed the line. Society supported and reinforced this...

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Parenting, Human development, Childhood, Family, Child discipline, Monster parents, Parenting styles
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Toneisha Colson Erin Young Mentor PLA Losing A Child: Saying Goodbye to My Daughter Pain, so much pain I thought my appendix had ruptured, I was screaming and crying, so my father rushed me to John T. Mather Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY. I was rushed in the emergency room, the Emergency Room doctor examined me and then there was a flurried of activity in the room, nurses everywhere, doctors, noise and here I am 19 years old screaming in pain. The doctor looked at me with gloves on and said " To...

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Toy Story
In 1995, Toy Story was produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Studios (Wiki). In the film a young boy named Andy and his toys that come to life when humans are not around, move to a new house in a new neighborhood and encounter many challenges following the event. Directed by John Lasseter, the film\'s music was composed by Randy Newman. The adventurous score paired perfectly with the film\'s fun spirit. 110 animators and $17.5 million dollars later (ToyStory), we were blessed with...

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Film, Cinema of the United States, Toy Story, English-language films, Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Randy Newman, The Princess and the Frog, Monsters, Inc., A Bug's Life, Monsters University, You've Got a Friend in Me
A Multicultural Approach to Ecopsychology
"Ecopsychology is not only about our relationship to nature in wild places, for our response to urban realities is not divorced from our ancient fear of wild territories." (Anthony & Soule 1) In this essay, Carl Anthony and Renee Soule write about how the aspects of city life and race can affect relationship between human beings and the natural world through ecological and psychological principles, also know as ecopsychology (Dictionary). In this essay, they write about how the historical e...

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Environmental social science, Deep ecology, Biophilia hypothesis, Ecopsychology, Green anarchists, Activism, Henry David Thoreau, Rene, Politics, Psychology
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Eng. 190 Prof. Barron 9 November, 2017 Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in Missouri Deer Chronic Wasting Disease is a deadly illness in white-tailed deer and other members of the deer family, known as cervids. CWD is a neurological disease that deteriorates the brain tissue, causing emaciation, abnormal behavior, loss of bodily functions, and death. It belongs to a group of diseases called transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE\'s) This group of diseases includes scrapie that affects sheep...

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Image processing
1.1 IMAGEAn image is an ancient rarity that portrays visual recognition, for example a two-dimensional picture that has a comparative appearance to some subject - for the most part a physical article or a man, consequently giving a delineation of it. An image is a cluster, or a network of square pixels (picture components) orchestrated in segments and lines. A picture is a two-dimensional capacity f(x, y), where x and y are the spatial (plane) organizes, and the adequacy of f at any pair of dir...

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Image processing, Digital geometry, Computer graphics, Digital imaging, Digital television, Display technology, Imaging, Television, Pixel aspect ratio, Digital image processing, Digital image, Pixel
Earth is a unique planet which revolves around the
Earth is a unique planet which revolves around the sun. At first all the continents were joined to each other but as the plates started to move all continents were divided and scattered in different places. Continents shift, volcanos erupt, titanic force is active at all times which moves the continents every time. As the continents moved there is something that was formed in the Pacific Ocean , which is called "Ring of Fire". After watching the video Earth\'s Volcanoes, I learned a lot about o...

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Geology, Volcanology, Magma, Types of volcanic eruptions, Volcano, Volatiles, Explosive eruption, Lava, Ring of Fire, Subduction, Volcanism, Volcanology of Mars
Death
Trauma is the result of a painful experience that scars us psychologically. There are any number of things and experiences that can create trauma in an individual. Death is the principle organizer of our psychological experience and usually causes the most trauma. Freud said that human beings have a "death drive" accounting for an alarming degree of self-destructive behavior in individuals (physically and psychologically). He concluded that there is something in our biological make-up that expl...

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Psychology, Behavioural sciences, Abnormal psychology, Anxiety disorders, Phobias, Death, Emotions, Freudian psychology, Psychological trauma, Abandonment, Fear of intimacy, Fear
Elton Fernandes
Professor Michael Spurgeon English 302 30 March 2017 African American …….. Before black individuals entered the United States their image had already been constructed by white men. These stereotypes had a detrimental impact on black individuals as they have been faced with exaggerated images that have depicted them as inhumane and sexually lewd individuals.A  Contemporarily, the media has helped perpetuate negative stereotypes on African Americans living in the United States. The images an...

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Stereotypes, Labeling theory, Racism, Race and society, Structure, Identity politics, Racial stereotyping in advertising, Implicit stereotype