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Natural High
I\'m very grateful for this opportunity to go to San Diego, California to perform a few dances in the Gala! Natural High puts on a gala every year intended for donations for the organization. "Natural High is an organization to help inspire and empower teens to find their passions in life, also known as their natural high. Following this statement, their passion will help them develop courage to say no to drugs and live life well." Since I\'m a youth ambassador of Natural High, I have unquestio...

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Series, Emotions, Passion, Television in the United States
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Introduction to the Qur\'an Professor Spevack 17 November 2017 The Ideologies of the Muslim Brotherhood Islamism, or Islamic fundamentalism, is the use of social and political activism advocating that public and political life should be guided by Islamic principles. Islamism\'s foundation is the full implementation of Shar\'ia (Islamic) law into every aspect of a society. The Muslim Brotherhood is a transnational Islamic organization that invented and embodied the concept of Islamism since 1928...

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Islam, Religion, Islamism, Islam and politics, Egyptian coup d'tat, Egyptian revolution, Political ideologies, Muslim Brotherhood, Sayyid Qutb, Islamic fundamentalism, Islamic extremism, Hassan al-Banna
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Professor Spevack Introduction to Quran 17 December 2017 Final Exam: The Story of Mary (Maryam) The Issues that Pertain to Mary: The Quran dictates clear rules and Fiqh (law) concerning social issues, which influence the formation of social norms and principles that believers abide by (Dakake, 1785). Islamic rulings or expectations, known as Islam, are included in the three dimensions of Islam, which believers are expected to follow. The family is the foundation of Islamic society, and marriage...

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Islam, Religion, Theism, Women's rights in Islam, Prophets of Islam, Fiqh, Quran, Aisha
Does Allah hope that with his message of the Qur'a
Does Allah hope that with his message of the Qur\'an that everyone will eventually follow the Qur\'an, and be Muslim? In His eyes, does a perfect world consist of only Muslim believers? Or, just peace among his people? (the acceptance and protection of other religions pg: 1807, not technically allowed to conquer more land without experiencing hostility pg. 1813) On page 1811, is cites the jizyah (9:29) "fight those who believe not in God and in the Last Day, and who do not forbid what God and H...

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Islam, Religion, Criticism of Islam, Jihad, Quran, Islamic military jurisprudence, Violence in the Quran
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Professor Spevack MIST 214 27 September 2017 The Teachings of the Qur\'an As of 2015, Islam had an estimated 1.8 billion adherents, making it the second-largest religion in the world (Lipka). Islam is currently the fastest-growing major religion. As Islam has spread, the methods by which individuals practice the religion have diversified. These methods are profoundly influenced by the context in which an individual practices Islam, including one\'s own culture and religious surroundings. These...

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Islam, Religion, Theism, Iman, Sufism, Allah, Shia Islam, Walayah, Al-Qalam
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Introduction to the Quran Professor Spevack 17 November 2017 Hassan al-Banna\'s Ideal Brotherhood Islamism, or Islamic fundamentalism, is the use of social and political activism advocating that public and political life should be guided by Islamic principles (Kandil, 5). The essence of Islamism is the full implementation of Shar\'ia (Islamic) law into every aspect of a society. The Muslim Brotherhood is a transnational Islamic organization that invented and embodies the concept of Islamism. In...

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Islam, Religion, Egyptian coup d'tat, Egyptian revolution, Sunni Islam in Egypt, Islamic fundamentalism, Hassan al-Banna, Islam and antisemitism, Muslim Brotherhood, Jihad, Al-Banna, Sayyid Qutb
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centercenter The Study of Social Learning in Birds Asil Asfour Professor Braaten PSYC 251 12 December 20170 The Study of Social Learning in Birds Asil Asfour Professor Braaten PSYC 251 12 December 2017 In 1969, Albert Bandura, a Professor in Psychology at Stanford University, proposed one of the most influential learning theories to date: the Social Learning Theory. Bandura posits that humans are able to learn from one another through observation, imitation, and modeling (citation). This theory...

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Behavior, Psychology, Apoikozoa, Ethology, Animal dance, Birds, Educational psychology, Foraging, Hoarding, Tit, Learning, Social learning theory
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centercenter The Study of Social Learning in Birds Asil Asfour Professor Braaten PSYC 251 12 December 20170 The Study of Social Learning in Birds Asil Asfour Professor Braaten PSYC 251 12 December 2017 In 1969, Albert Bandura, a Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, proposed one of the most influential learning theories to date: the Social Learning Theory. Bandura posits that humans can learn from one another through observation, imitation, and modeling (1973). This theory created a b...

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Psychology, Behavior, Education, Ethology, Animal dance, Birds, Educational psychology, Foraging, Social learning theory, Hoarding, Tit, Learning
Comparing and Contrasting Eukaryotes and Prokaryot
 es Taylor R. Harrod Grantham University Author Note Please address any correspondence regarding this essay to [email protected] Comparing Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes Cells are the most basic unit to life. They create everything on your body, from your hair to your heart. However, cells get distinguished into two different categories: eukaryotic and prokaryotic. Eukaryotes are animals (including humans), insects, plants, fungi, algae, and protists and prokaryotes are bacteria and archaea. W...

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Biology, Anatomy, Bacteriology, Cell biology, Biochemistry, Prokaryote, Protein biosynthesis, Cell, Organelle, Eukaryote, Archaea, Bacteria
Police Technology
 Taylor R. Harrod Grantham University Author Note Please address all correspondence regarding this essay to [email protected] Abstract The use and development of technology is created with the purpose of making our lives easier. This is also true for police officers who are using new technology such as body cameras, Google Glass, and brain fingerprinting. These examples of technology are helping police departments across the country fight crime, solve cases, and keep our communities safe....

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Video surveillance, Prevention, Law enforcement, Portable electronics, Safety, Surveillance, Crime prevention, Body worn video, Police officer, Police, Draft:Police Community Relations
What Makes a Good Officer?
 What Makes a "Good" Officer? Taylor R. Harrod Grantham University Author Note Please address all correspondence regarding this essay to [email protected] Abstract Many people have different opinions of what makes a good police officer. Some people say that a police officer must have a specific skill set to be good, others say they need to be compassionate and seasoned. However, what makes a really good police officer is a basic skill set, a love and passion for their job, and critical th...

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Education, Prevention, Safety, Crime prevention, Surveillance, Law enforcement, Legal professions, National security, Police, Critical thinking
The last decade has seen the rise of many new tech
nological developments, one of the most prominent of these developments has been the internet. The Internet has already managed to weave itself into our daily lives where we use it for the simple communication of e-mail or to retrieving large volumes of information. More recently the Internet has been incorporated into businesses which have ranged from \'online\' grocers to travel agents and real estate agents. This electronic commerce has many advantages to the consumer such as increased price...

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E-commerce, Marketing, Economy, Business economics, Online shopping
The Impact of E Commerce on Small Business
Impact of E-Commerce on Small Firms have factor that has influenced the processes of adoption and use of e-commerce in both small and medium enterprises and industries. Small scales firms that have adopted and have used e-commerce have taken into account not only the technological part and organisational aspects of implementation but also the strong user\'s o the web sites with their own skills, attitude towards work, enthusiasm and fear of technology. Whereas on the other side of the story, th...

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E-commerce, Technology, Economy, Marketing, Global Reach, Customer relationship management, Internet, E-services, PFSweb
With the astonishing growth of the Internet, many
companies are finding new and exciting ways to expand upon their business opportunities. There are very few successful companies that do not use computers in their everyday business activities, which also means there are few companies that do not use e-commerce.  To emphasize the point that the effect of the Internet is so widespread in today\'s business communities, one online article stated that more than 100000 companies have Internet addresses, and 20000 companies have home pages on the In...

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E-commerce, Marketing, Economy, Technology, Online shopping, Internet, Draft:HU-ITS-Assignment, Business-to-employee
Electronic Commerce  Introduction:  As the inter
Electronic Commerce  Introduction:  As the internet grows in popularity every day, so too does electronic commerce. Electronic commerce, simply put, is the exchange of money for goods and services via electronic means. In other words, electronic commerce is usually when you purchase something off of the internet. Electronic commerce is often referred to as e-commerce, or e-business. In this paper I will be discussing the technical side of e-commerce, security, different points of view regardi...

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E-commerce, Marketing, Economy, Technology, Electronic business, Internet, Business-to-employee, E-commerce credit card payment system
Electronic Commerce
Introduction Electronic commerce,is also known as electronic marketing,consist of process of buying,selling or exchanging products,services or information via computer network.The amount of trade conducted electronically grown extraordinarily with widespread Internet usage. Electronic commerce started more than 20 years ago in the form of Electronic Data Interexchange(EDI) and Electronic Funds Transfer(EFT) Followed in the 1980s by Automated Teller Machine(ATM ),telephone banking and the extens...

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Marketing, Economy, Business, E-commerce, Retailing, Masonry, Bricks and clicks, Information technology management, Brick and mortar, Amazon, Mortar, Internet
Culture
There are two languages spoken in Muy Calentie, Spanish and English. All citizens are born to speak Spanish and go to school to learn English. The religion is mainly catholic, but there are some other religions in Muy Calentie as well, including Christians and atheism. There are five small churches around the island which each have two priests at each church. The main Priest name is father Juan who travels to all the different churches to share a good presentation about Catholics. When it comes...

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Nude beach
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left38354000right38290500Ground water Tyler Duffy center21018500 Water table: The surface below which the ground is saturated with water Zone of aeration: The region between the earth\'s surface and the water table. The main components of this region are the soil and rocks. The zone of aeration is also known as the unsaturated area, pore spaces contain some water but mostly air. Zone of saturation: The area in an aquifer, below the water table, in which relatively all pores and fractures are sa...

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Water, Hydrology, Aquifers, Hydraulic engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Hydrogeology, Groundwater, Artesian aquifer, Saltwater intrusion, Water well, Water table, Drinking water
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who or when iron was discovered but it has been around since ancient times as far back as 5000Bc. The iron age began about 1300-1200 BC when iron became cheap enough to replace bronze. Websites: http://ironfact.weebly.com/ http://www.elementalmatter.info/iron-properties.htm http://www.innovateus.net/innopedia/what-are-uses-iron http://www.google.ca/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjr1YDh9IHLAhUY5WMKHcHbDRkQjRwIBw&url=http%3...

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Chemistry, Nature, Douglas Byrd High School, Matter, Afimico Pululu, Iron, Allotropy
Is war ever justifiable?
War is sometimes justifiable. It is sometimes justifiable because it depends on what your intentions are and how you go about executing them. If you were to go to war to get more land or going on a witch hunt that would be unjust but if you were going to war to stop people that are doing those things it would be more just. War is justifiable because it can be used for good when done right. If a country went to war so they could help people or even save them. WW2 was justifiable for the side fig...

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Laws of war, Gun politics in the United States, Homicide, Self-defense, Criminal defenses, Law
AP Psychology Free Response Questions 1992-20 09
AP Psychology Free Response Questions 1992-20 09 1992 Question 1 Classical conditioning and operant conditioning are different learning methods. Their differences lie in the extent to which reinforcement depends on the behavior of the learner; the type of behavior to which each method applies Their similarities are that they both produce the following basic phenomena. Acquisition Extinction Spontaneous recovery Generalization Discrimination Describe these differences and similarities, giving ex...

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Psychology, Behavior, Design of experiments, Behaviorism, Behavioural sciences, Cognitive biases, Psychological manipulation, Social psychology, Reinforcement, Observer-expectancy effect, Experiment, Response bias
Religion describes the social, the public, and the
refore the organized suggests that by which individuals relate the the sacred and therefore the divine whereas spirituality describes such relations once they occur privately, personally, and even in ways in which.Is this true though? In respondent this ideals , it is important to recollect that it presumes to explain 2 basically different kinds of things. Even though I describe them as alternative ways with reference to the divine or the sacred, that is already introducing my very own preconce...

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Spirituality, Religion, Indian religions, Belief, Neoplatonism, New Age, Philosophy of religion, Catholic spirituality, Faith in Buddhism, Divinity, Secular spirituality, Spiritual but not religious
What is it to sacrifice, to sacrifice is to give u
p something valued for the sake of something else regarded as more important or worthy. This can be seen in the essay "Marita\'s Bargain" by Malcolm Gladwell as well as the novel A Walk to the Jetty by Jamaica kincaid. Both of them make sacrifices for their self in which they mirror each other. In "Marita\'s bargain" marita sacrifices her Free time and recreational activities to achieve the excellence and success she desires. While in A Walk to the Jetty Annie sacrificed her close relationship...

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Fiction, Comics, American comics, Annie Sawyer, Sacrifice, Little Orphan Annie, Human trafficking in Argentina, Marita Vern
Annie and Marita Stories
The Comparison and Contrast Essay What is it to sacrifice, to sacrifice is to give up something valued for the sake of something else regarded as more important or worthy. This can be seen in the essay "Marita\'s Bargain" by Malcolm Gladwell as well as the novel A Walk to the Jetty by Jamaica kincaid. Both of them make sacrifices for their self in which they mirror each other. In "Marita\'s bargain" marita sacrifices her Free time and recreational activities to achieve the excellence and succes...

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Fiction, Comics, American comics, Annie Sawyer, Sacrifice, Little Orphan Annie, Annie, Marita Vern
Career Essay
"Normal people don\'t understand this concept; they believe that if it aint broke dont fix it. Engineers believe if it ain\'t broke it doesn\'t have enough features yet." -Scott Adams. My choice career is engineering. After high school I plan on furthering my education in Mechanical Design Engineering. The greatest of the skills I possess is mathematics and the art of creativity, and out of which becomes most of the modern day engineers. Engineers are just artistically innovative problem solver...

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Science and technology, Engineering, Ethics, Philosophy of science, Mechanical engineering, Engineer, Science
Manning Up Objective Summary
The article Manning Up written by Deborah Bach takes it readers on an exploration of how men may atone for their "intimidated masculinity", as a form of reassurance. Through a study, published in Social Psychology, was conducted to evaluate the responses men have when they feel that their masculine constitution is being appraised. Of the group study, those that felt they scored lower had exaggerated about a separate feature of themselves, their height, by ¾ and inch on average. Researchers ana...

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Gender, Gender studies, Social status, Social constructionism, Biology, Masculinity, Role theory, Sociology of gender, Gender role, Man
Heterochromia Iridis
Heterochromia Iridis was discovered in 1947 by Petrus Johannes Waardenburg, as a symptom prevelant in Waardenburg Syndrome. He studied ophthalmology, which studies the eye and iris, especially diseases and injury. It is uncommon to have this, both in past and present times. Although it is common for these dog breeds to have this disease: Huskies, Australian shepherds, Great Danes, Catahoula Leopard dogs, and Dalmatians. It\'s also common for Turkish angora, Japanese bobtail and Turkish van cats...

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Medicine, Eye color, Biology, Genodermatoses, Special education, Transcription factors, Heterochromia iridum, Waardenburg syndrome, Rare diseases, Iris, Turkish Van, PAX3
Mental Health
During the 1950\'s and 60\'s everyone was treated in the same way, insane. Whether you had depression or schizophrenia, you were usually treated based on your sex and your behavior. Modern mental health is a lot different from back then. During the 1950\'s deinstitutionalization started to become popular, even though institutionalizing someone was the best course of action and the first way they treated someone. This became popular because there was overstaffing and poor living conditions. They...

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Psychiatry, Health, Mental health, Psychiatric institutions, Medical ethics, Abnormal psychology, Deinstitutionalisation, Mental disorder, Psychiatric hospital, Dual diagnosis, Antipsychotic, Community mental health service
Walt Whitman was born on May 31, 1819 in New Yo
rk. During the Civil War Walt Whitman worked as a volunteer nurse. He believed that slavery was wrong, that women should be able to own property, that there should be labor laws, and many other basic human rights that were considered controversial and radical back in the day. Whitman was a humanist, which is a philosophy that affirms that humans have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to their own lives. Walt Whitman married a Dutch woman named Louisa Van Velsor. He died Marc...

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Come Again
Happy Little Immigrants
Everyone wants to live the American Dream and be free, rich, and happy. America is supposed to be the place where dreams come alive. We represent freedom and happiness, almost unrealistic in some other countries. Some other countries are overpopulated so it\'s hard to get a job or any land or there are so many rules that it\'s basically like a dictatorship which no one wants to live in or it\'s a third world country plagued by sadness, disease, and death. America represented a utopia for some i...

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Demography, Immigration to Canada, Immigration, American culture
Feminizmi
Qendresa Kaciu right7780950 Universiteti i Prishtines, Departamenti i punes sociale Lenda: Sociologji Maj, 20171000000 Universiteti i Prishtines, Departamenti i punes sociale Lenda: Sociologji Maj, 2017 Permbajtje TOC o "1-3" h z u Hyrje PAGEREF _Toc482729733 h 2 Historia e Feminizmit PAGEREF _Toc482729734 h 3 Femizmi sot PAGEREF _Toc482729735 h 5 Disa fakte rreth feminizmit PAGEREF _Toc482729736 h 6 Feminizmi ne Kosove PAGEREF _Toc482729737 h 6 Perfundime PAGEREF _Toc482729738 h 8 Referencat P...

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Si duhet ta mbajne fjalen sundimtaret
Si duhet ta mbajne fjalen sundimtaret Secili e di sa eshte per lavdate kur sundimtari e mban fjalen e jeton me nder e jo me dinakeri, megjithate, ne kohet tona, pervoja po tregon se vepra te medha kane bere ata sundimtare qe i kane kushtuar pak kujdes fjales se dhene e kane ditur me dinakeri t\'i sjellin verdalle kokat e njerezve, e qe, me ne fund, kane triumfuar mbi ata te cilet jane mbeshtetur ne ligjshmeri. Pra, duhet te dini se ekgzistojne dy menyra lufte: me ligje e me force. E para, eshte...

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Universiteti i Prishtines Hasan Prishtina
Universiteti i Prishtines "Hasan Prishtina" Fakulteti Filozofik Departamenti i Filozofise Lenda: Etike Punim Seminarik Tema: Antikrishti nga Fridrih Ni ce Prishtine, 2017 Hyrje: Kjo veper eshte nje nga me te njohurit e Nices, por edhe nga me te debatueshmit. Nje nga elementet qe e ben kete liber te debatueshem eshte edhe stili i shkrimit, e thene ndryshe : terminologjia e skajshme dhe metaforat e forta. Nice e ka kritikuar edhe ne libra te tjere krishterimin por "Antikrishti" ze pa dyshim vendi...

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Draft:Josef von Sternberg in Albanian, Draft:Aurel Muceku, Cinema of Albania
Hegeli : - Hegeli eshte mendimtari i pare qe ka ko
Hegeli : - Hegeli eshte mendimtari i pare qe ka konstruktuar rrefimin per filozofine e historise.Ai fut premisa ne interpretimin e historise ,premisa logjike dhe ontologjike . Historia eshte konceptuar si rrjedha permbledhese she unike e realizmit te subjektit dhe mendjes.Ai presupozon se historia eshte aspekti i sistemuar me logjike te brendshme ku mbretoron mendja boterore.Pra sipas tij filozofia e historise eshte shqyrtimi mendor i historise.Tek Hegeli i kemi te permbledhura te sistemuara dh...

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The Forces that Motivate Behavior: Hard Determinis
m Vs. Free Will Cheyenne Tuggle and Gina Campagnini The University of Valley Forge PSY 313 1.Hard Determinism: Gina Defining Determinism A simple definition of determinism is that it is the theory that all events are caused and therefore can be predicted. It is a simple cause and effect relationship only it is applied to human behavior. Therefore, making moral responsibility meaningless. A more specific definition is a definition of hard determinism; "Human behavior is completely determined by...

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Metaphysics, Philosophy, Determinism, Free will, Causality, Randomness, Philosophy of life, B. F. Skinner, Moral responsibility, Hard determinism, Libertarianism, Indeterminism
Anorexia Nervosa and Mary-Kate Olsen
Cheyenne Tuggle and Kayla Saldana The University of Valley Forge PSY 363 Cheyenne Anorexia Nervosa: What is it? (Webster, 1989) "A serious disorder in eating behavior primarily of young women in their teens and early twenties that is characterized especially by a pathological fear of weight gain leading to faulty eating patterns, malnutrition, and usually excessive weight loss." People with anorexia place a high value on controlling their weight and shape, using extreme efforts that tend to sig...

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Eating disorders, Psychiatry, Abnormal psychology, Behavioural sciences, Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa, Thin, Anorexia, Appetite, Feminist Perspectives on Eating Disorders, Binge eating disorder
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Exploring Humanistic and Cognitive Psychology The University of Valley Forge PSY 463 Abstract The focal point of this part of the paper is the individual-focused technique, that is the understanding of persona and human relationships in psychotherapy and counseling inside the regions of consumer-focused remedy, schooling of student-targeted getting to know, companies, and different group settings. despite the fact that psychoanalysis and behaviorism have made essential contributions to psycholo...

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Psychology, Behavioural sciences, Philosophy of psychology, Psychological theories, Cognitive science, Applied psychology, Psychotherapy, Humanistic psychology, Clinical psychology, Cognitive psychology, Cognitivism, Cognitive revolution
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Contemporary Marriage and Family Lifestyles The University of Valley Forge PSY 414 Abstract Discussed below is a wide variety of different types of the American society of contemporary families and marriages. There have been many changes from the 1960\'s to our present day and most of them are results of how our society is evolving. The following statistics are completely accurate as to how many children live with families that have two parents, divorced parents, no parents, step parents and ma...

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Human behavior, Family, Anthropology, Personal life, Philosophy of love, Marriage, Intimate relationships, Cohabitation, Criticism of marriage, Miscegenation, Divorce, Interracial marriage
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Music VS. Psychology The University of Valley Forge PSY 403 Music VS. Psychology Introduction In the world of psychology, it is known that psychology plays a huge part in every thing that people do. As humans, one would not think that music would impact our personalities, but psychology and music do have a lot to do with each other. This experiment is going to raise the question of whether or not certain types of music determine what type of personality we have. In this experiment, we will lear...

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Professor Jamison Philosophy 201-792 20 October 2017 Test 2 - Essay question 1: "What value might there be in Nietzsche\'s philosophy?" Friedrich Nietzsche was a very important forerunner of the existentialism movement, which challenged the core foundations of religions such as Christianity and more or less traditional morality. For a number of years, he suffered intense pain and poor health, eventually falling victim to severe mental health issues. Much of his works, remain controversial even...

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Philosophy, Friedrich Nietzsche, Irreligion, Religion, Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche, God is dead, Envy, Existentialism, bermensch, The Antichrist, On the Genealogy of Morality
Exam 1 essay questions
Due: 9/29/17 Essay 1: "How does Aristotle say we should live a virtuous life?" Probably Aristotle\'s best known work on ethics, the Nicomachean Ethics explores the question: How should a man go about in order to live a happy and virtuous life? Well, Aristotle had said that in order for a person to really attain happiness, then the possession and exercise of a moral as well as intellectual virtue is the core constitutive element to happiness and living well. A formal definition of happiness or E...

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Philosophy, Ethics, Ancient Greek philosophy, Virtue ethics, Happiness, Aristotle, Philosophy of love, Nicomachean Ethics, Philosophy of life, Eudaimonia, Virtue, Good
Timeless Tales of The Blond e Indian
Timeless Tales of The "Blond e Indian" Thomas McCormack University of Alaska Anchorage Author\'s note For this essay I examined how Hayes\' experiences, views, and culture helped shape the way that she would share her world through scholarly concepts and definitions from her story: Blonde Indian . I believe that I have succeeded in interpreting the story\'s meaning and why it is important to the audience. I do, however need work on the fluidity of my writing; perhaps that comes with lots and lo...

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Tlingit people, Americas, First Nations in British Columbia, First Nations, Native American religion, Tlingit, Raven Tales, Hayes, Ernestine Hayes
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Professor Sharon LaRue ATA 134-801 9 December 2017 Automation in the Workplace: The Future of Economics, Culture and Morality The idea that robots or machines will one day break free from their mechanical shackles to rise up and enslave the human race; the very source of their existence, is by no means a cutting-edge discussion. In fact, even as far back as Ancient Greece, myths such as the golden robots of Hephaestus began to appear, and many ancient civilizations featured realistic humanoid a...

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Indian religions, Automation, Buddhism, Robot, Aircraft pilot, Kensh, Technological unemployment
A workplace of a variety like Amazon's has both it
A workplace of a variety like Amazon\'s has both its positive and negative aspects. That kind of culture; one that demands excellence from its workers and to go above and beyond drives business and profitability. That is, in my opinion however, only to a certain extent. I definitely believe that finding a "balance" is key to success in any industry or pursuit, whether you work at Amazon or are a college student. When it comes to the aviation industry however, I think that this sort of...

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(Generations of Illegitimacy ) Submitted By ( Kadeejah Johnson, [email protected] ) Number and Name of Course (Managing the Diverse Classroom EDUC- 311 ) Class Meeting Time/Day (M/W/F: 11:00 A.M. - 11:50 A .M.) Professor (Dr. Barrie Ciliberti ) Semester (Fall 2016) Today\'s Date (Monday October 10 , 2016) Bowie State University Department of Communications Bowie, Maryland How to stop five generations of dependency on welfare, and to put an end to the illegitimacy rate in Amer...

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Education, Educational psychology, Behavior modification, Educators, Classroom management, Teacher, Pedagogy, Education reform, Classroom Assessment Techniques
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( Court Case Briefing/Analysis ) Submitted By ( Zaevon Prince, PrinceZ0924 @students.bowiestate.edu) Number and Name of Course (Criminal Justice Victim & Crime Justice- CRMJ 315 ) Class Meeting Time/Day (T: 7:35 P .M. - 10:00 P .M.) Professor (Dr. Donine Carrington ) Semester (Fall 2016) Today\'s Date (Thursday December 15 , 2016) Bowie State University Department of Criminal Justice Arts Science Bowie, Maryland The case of  Fernandez v. California ( 134 S. Ct. 1126)  involves the issue o...

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Supreme Court of the United States, Case law, Fernandez v. California, Georgia v. Randolph, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Consent search, Search and seizure, Stoner v. California, Miller v. United States
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( Immigration: Cultural or Intercultural Topic ) Submitted By ( Kadeejah Johnson, [email protected] ) Number and Name of Course (Oral Communication - COMM 101) Class Meeting Time/Day (M/W/F: 9:00 A.M. - 9:50 A . M. ) Professor (Dr. Ephraim Okoro) Semester (Fall 2016) Today\'s Date (Friday November 11 , 2016) Bowie State University Department of Communications Bowie, Maryland The most difficult and unruly topic in American politics is Immigration, and it leaves a lot of Americ...

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Demography, Immigration to the United States, Criminal law, Human migration, Illegal immigration, Morality, Immigration, Citizenship of the United States, Immigration reduction in the United States, Opposition to immigration
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(African-American History Month ) Submitted By ( Kadeejah Johnson, [email protected] ) Number and Name of Course (Oral Communication - COMM 101) Class Meeting Time/Day (M/W/F: 9:00 A.M. - 9:50 A . M. ) Professor (Dr. Ephraim Okoro) Semester (Fall 2016) Today\'s Date (Monday December 5 , 2016) Bowie State University Department of Communications Bowie, Maryland Today\'s society should not only celebrate the African-American heroes in the month of February, but they should also...

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Nationality, South Africa, Politics, Freemen of the City of London, Honorary Queen's Counsel, Nelson Mandela, Saboteurs, Xhosa people, Barack Obama, Motivation, Black people, Death of Nelson Mandela
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( Civil Rights: Political Issues in the United States ) Submitted By ( Kadeejah Johnson, [email protected] ) Number and Name of Course (Oral Communication - COMM 101) Class Meeting Time/Day (M/W/F: 9:00 A.M. - 9:50 A .M.) Professor (Dr. Ephraim Okoro) Semester (Fall 2016) Today\'s Date (Wednesday November 3 , 2016) Bowie State University Department of Communications Bowie, Maryland Civil Rights in the United States is among one of the prominent issues in the United States bas...

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Race and society, Abuse, Offender profiling, Race and crime, Racial profiling, Hate crime, Behavior, Human behavior, Racism in the United States, Racial inequality in the United States
American HistoryLesson 104-19-2016
The Cold War The Cold War lasted 40 years. The President at the time was Harry S. Truman The countries involved were the United States and the Soviet Union. Theses countries never physically fought. The objective was to contain communism from spreading and to contain the level of nuclear arms from countries who would use it for power. There were seven presidents who where involved, and numerous leaders. What was the cold war The Cold war participants The Axis Powers The ALLIED powers The post-w...

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Time, Soviet UnionUnited States relations, Cold War, International relations, Presidency of Harry S. Truman, IndiaPakistan relations, NSC-68, United States National Security Council, Containment, Harry S. Truman, Soviet Union, Outline of the Cold War