Education, African American males
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...American males makes for some intriguing reading. Reports carried in the show that at the beginning of the 21st century they made only 10% of those on whom bachelors degrees were conferred (Thomas, & Prettyman, 1996). This number may have gradually increased but non other than President Barrack Obama reminded the African-American community that they had to pursue education on a serious note if they ever hoped to live the American dream and there were no shortcuts to that end. Approaches There are many approaches through which studies on this trend where only a small percentage of the community bothers with higher education can be carried. One... ?Introduction An analysis of the progress of...
HIV and AIDS in California: Focus on African American Males
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...American Males Aged 18 years and above. Despite the much publicized fight against HIVand aids, the pandemic continues to create havoc in most communities around the globe. The state of California is not an exception. HIV and aids pose a significant community health problem in this most populous state of the U.S. In fact, the state of California has the second highest HIV prevalence rate after New York (CDPH, 2009). Most importantly, Afro American males of the reproductive age are the most affected. This paper endeavors to find out why Afro American males are the most affected, what is being done to address the issue, and thereafter offer recommendations... ? HIV and AIDS in California: Focus on African...
Conduct Disorder and it's affect on African American Males
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...American youths Conduct Disorder and its effects on African American youths Research Academia APA format Abstract Conduct disorder among African American males is a persistent problem for long not ready to relent. These male youths are infected with mental illness and therefore commit many unlawful acts that put them to be treated like criminals and culprits. In addition to physical, mental and emotional issues typically experienced during adolescence, adolescent African-American males are confronted with unique social and environmental stressors. They frequently cope with racism and its associated stressors... Conduct Disorder and its effects on African...
Conduct Disorder and it's affect on African American Males
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...American youths Conduct Disorder and its effects on African American youthsWriter Research Academia APA format Abstract Conduct disorder among African American males is a persistent problem for long not ready to relent. These male youths are infected with mental illness and therefore commit many unlawful acts that put them to be treated like criminals and culprits. In addition to physical, mental and emotional issues typically experienced during adolescence, adolescent African-American males are confronted with unique social and environmental stressors. They frequently cope with racism and its associated... stressors, including family stressors,...
Early college high school for African American males
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...American Males Review of Literature of the of the Department of the University The Award for which the Project is Submitted The Name of the Supervisor The Month and Year of Submission Developing a Plan for an Early College High School for African American Males Review of Literature Introduction The literature review focuses on gender differences in the ways boys and girls learn, single sex education and its pros and cons, contributing factors to African American male failure and achievement, effective teacher pedagogical practices to promote African American male student achievement, and early college high school success. The conclusion... ? Developing a Plan for an Early College High School for African...
Desiging and Early College High School for African American Males
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...American Males African American males have traditionally received less attention in schools because teachers often associate them with acting out behavior (Harper and Davis, 2012). The incidences of African American males who enter school and act out or who are accused of selling drugs or committing a variety of crimes makes these students seem like they are not worthy of time and effort put into their education (Harper and Davis, 2012). These students have different needs and are stigmatized by the negative thoughts and prejudices that many teachers have, which are carried over from their own life experiences (Harper and Davis, 2012). African... ?Designing an Early College High School for African...
Cardiac Disease among African American Males Age 30 to 50
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...American Males (Age 30 to 50) Introduction Cardiovascular disease is related to the heart, as well as the arteries and veins. Cardiovascular disease affects the heart of humans and results in heart attacks. It is one of the biggest factors of death in the world. However, the mortality rate has reduced over the past few years. Cardiovascular disease needs to be carefully monitored in order to prevent the health risk associated with the suffering patients (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2010). The objective of the paper is to identify and diagnosis the problem in respect of cardiac disease among the African American males between the ages of 30 to 50... ? Cardiac Disease among African...
HIV and AIDS in California: Focus on Afro American Males Aged 18-50 Years
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...American Males aged 18-50 years. A Brief about the Demographic and Geographic statistics of California California is situated on the west coast of the United States, and it ranks number one when it comes to population size per state (RTP, 2010). The state occupies a total surface area of 163,696 square miles. The population of California has undergone a tremendous growth in the last five decades. In 1970, the population of California was estimated to be close to 20 million people. However, the census results released in 2010 revealed that the population of California had risen to 37.25 million people (RTP, 2010). The state is home for millions of people... ? HIV and AIDS in California: Focus on Afro...
Why Asian American males are sexually overlooked (undersexed) in the US?
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...males, tend to be underrepresented in mainstream media such as advertising, TV, magazines, and to a lesser extent film. When they are represented it is usually as a stereotypical caricature. Low representation in advertising tends to lower self esteem, especially in children.( Questia) Also when mainstream does use minority models in advertising the lowest representation is for Asian Americans... ? WHY Introduction In out popular culture there is a tendency to assume sexual satisfaction equates with the size of sexual organs. Thus men assume alarge busted woman will be more passionate in bed White women tend to expect greater gratification with men who have a larger penis. Racially, black men on the...
The Relationship Between Racial Identity and PsychoSocial Outcomes Among African American Males
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...American Youth Male It is widely known that it is during adolescence when people would tend to start knowing themselves, or at least try to find out who they are amidst the millions of people around them. It is the period when they start establishing their preferences and start making decisions that would root in them their identities. Forming one's identities of course stem from various factors. Internal and external factors are always at work to mold a person's psychological and social identities. It is of course, without question that both aspects are equally important in this formation. This is when the youth experiment with all their hearts and show... that the restriction...
The effect of Stereotype Threat on African American Gay Males in Corporate America
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...American Gay Males in Corporate America Project The effects of the Stereotype Threat on Africa American Gay Males in Corporate America. Introduction People are usually faced with life dilemmas that require proficient decision-making. One of the challenging situations in the human life is that of career choice. Career choice decisions may be influenced by personal desires, peers, parents and the corporate society. Career choice for gays is a complicated undertaking since they are not generally accepted by the society. Stereotype threat is one of the most challenging factors that has been facing the gay community in corporate America. Andersen & Taylor (2009... The effect of Stereotype Threat on African...
History and Political Science: Filibustering Males and Manifest Destiny.
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...American culture as a whole. Filibusters represent a lingering remnant of the early American notion of “Manifest Destiny” which provided a rationale for conquest of the wild frontiers by brave pioneers and settlers. The established American state had moved on from this to a more organized civil society, within agreed and finite borders, but people clung to their Romantic ideals of conquest. Young males, including serving soldiers, felt hemmed low pay, dull routine and a lack of promotion prospects. Even West Point became a “breeding ground for Manifest Destiny apostles” (p. 876) and this highlights the enduring force of “expansionist fantasies” (p. 879... ?History and Political Science: Filibustering...
The Plight of the African-American Male Today
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...American Male Today Despite the fact our country has an African-American president; African-American males are still over-represented in high risk groups. As such, all African-Americans suffer. The disruption of family values, excessive incarceration rate of males and plummeting educational achievements still affect the African-American community today. African-Americans suffer from the disruption of family values. Having higher percentages of unemployment, most African-American males do not believe they have a fair shake in getting decent jobs. As a result, many avoid marriage because they do not believe they will have the financial stability necessary to provide... for their family...
Exemplification essay on Stereotypes of an American Male in a european counrty
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...American Male in a European Country People from different nationalities have numerous stereotyped images of each other, both negative and positive, and sometimes, these generalized images are used as form of friendly banter. The French, for instance, are known as good cooks and lovers, while Britons are bad cooks. The Americans are stereotyped as aggressive and gun-crazy. This essay will focus on stereotypes of American males in European countries based on what I have heard from personal experience and seen or heard from the media. In particular, four ethnicities of American males will be discussed: white American, black American, Latino American and Asian American... 14 October Stereotypes of an...
Profiling of black males in the unites states
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...males in the United s In comparison to historical times, the United s has made tremendous progress in relation to racial discrimination. Individuals of minority ethnic backgrounds legally have the same rights as those of the majority white community. Regardless of the progress that has been made, racial profiling is still existent in the community. In addition, racial profiling is not confined to the United States, but occurs in almost all countries in the world. Though many minorities are scrutinized by this injustice, the paper will focus on the racial profiling of black males, particularly in the United States of America. Each African American living in the United... [Teacher’s Profiling of black...
How does the Welfare system negatively impact black males
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...American males? Introduction: This research paper is primarily intended to support the validity of the welfare program which is based on African American fathers. This program aims to reconnect the ill-fated fathers with their children by helping them take advantage of better education, custodial rights, resources, and support groups so that they could transform into responsible and successful citizens. Research identifies that there exist considerably low levels of income, education and high levels of poverty among adult Black Americans (Taylor & Lockery, 1995). Educationally and socioeconomically weak fathers cannot fulfill the responsibility of raising... Why welfare programs are important for black...
Negative Portrayal of African American Men in the News Media
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...Americans one of the most prominent such instances. This essay examines how African American males are negatively portrayed by the news media. Analysis The overarching consideration in terms of the portrayal of African American males in the news media is the extent that such portrayals can be legitimately established as negative. In this context of understanding it’s understood that while significant social progress has been made there still exists... ? Negative Portrayal of African American Men in the News Media Introduction One of the prominent considerations in terms of the 20th and 21st centuries has been progressive social movements. From civil rights to gender equality this historical time period...
African American male crime rates
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...American Male Crime Rates According to InfoPlease (2008, pg. 1), "About 10.4% of the entire African-American male population in the United States aged 25 to 29 was incarcerated, by far the largest racial or ethnic group-by comparison, 2.4% of Hispanic men and 1.2% of white men in that same age group were incarcerated." The majority of individuals believe that there are more African American adult males incarcerated because there are more African American adult males that commit crimes than there are from any other demographic. According to statistics alone, it sure looks that way. This is not in any way... Program for Action and Number [Pick the Your Mailbox Number Your Social Security Number African...
The African American Marriage in the US
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...American marriages, as opposed to the Whites who are constant in their marriage trends. One of the aspects of this trend is that currently, the society perceives most African American males as licentious, and thus they appear unable sustain marriages (Perry). As such, there is an increase in children born outside marriages resulting from either premarital affairs (mostly in teens) or extramarital affairs (Belgrave and Allison 218). Moreover, the current trends show that female blacks have rapidly climbed the social ladder. It is evident that in the socioeconomic setting; most African American females are in the middleclass level while the largest numbers of their male... Task: The African American...
African American Male Crime Rates
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...American Male Crime Rates According to InfoPlease (2008, pg. 1), “About 10.4% of the entire African-American male population in the United States aged 25 to 29 was incarcerated, by far the largest racial or ethnic group—by comparison, 2.4% of Hispanic men and 1.2% of white men in that same age group were incarcerated.” The majority of individuals believe that there are more African American adult males incarcerated because there are more African American adult males that commit crimes than there are from any other demographic. According to statistics alone, it sure looks that way. This is not in any... Program for Action and Number [Pick the Your Mailbox Number Your Social Security Number African...
Incarceration of African American men between ages 25-29
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...American men between ages 25-29 Outline Topic Introduction Nearly 10% of all African American men aged 25–29 are incarcerated in the prison system. This statistic does not include those African American men who are in local jails, either awaiting trial or serving sentences less than 1 year in length, nor does it include those African American men under custodial supervision: those on parole or probation (African American Males and the Incarceration Problem, 2007, p.249) Even though the number of African Americans in American population is less than that of the number of whites, incarceration rate among them are comparatively higher. In fact incarceration rate among... the African...
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...American males in the justice system of the United States. School to Prison Pipeline It is suggested that situational variables alters the educational path of the of the African American males. These include the experience of harsher practices of discipline, being taught by teachers who are unprepared, referral to special education, as well as the feeling of detachment from the school. This is what contribute... Introduction According to the social (justice gap 2), the number of prisoners in the last ten years hasrapidly risen by more than 25, 000. However, this growth has particularly been marked among the minority ethnic groups and the Blacks. It is evident that the number of the minority ethnic group ...
Racial stereotype of young black males which lead to their death by shooting by people in authorities
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...males have been victims of racial profiling in the history of Africans in America. African-Americans have been victims of racial profiling since the trans-Atlantic slave trade in the 1850s. Why males of African descent face racial profiling in today’s American society is not simply a matter of expression of ethnic practices; rather, it goes back to the convoluted race and gender histories reflecting transformations in social and political processes, resulting in oppression that occurred in conflicting ways, and generated a system of white oppression and racial profiling (Johnson & Stanford, 2002, p.207). After the slaves got integrated into the American society, the Americanization created... Racial...
Multicultural Approaches to Counseling
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...American males. The various issues to be considered in the Counseling of African American Men as presented in the article are relevant information, though it does not offer the complete picture. The issues offered under the heads Racism, Problems of aggression and control, Cultural alienation/disconnection, Self-esteem issues, Dependency issues, Attitudes and behaviors related to seeking help etc correspond to some of the essential issues in the cultural context of the African Americans, though there other aspects as well. The guidelines for counseling the African American Men as well as the five stages of counseling the African American Men also offer pertinent information on the issue... Multicultural...
Hypertension in the African American Culture
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...American Culture There have been several research evidences which prove the close relationship between African American culture and the possibility of hypertension and it is a proven fact that African-American males are at higher risk for hypertension in comparison with other demographic groups. Similarly, the prevalence of hypertension, along with its subsequent cardiovascular complications, has been found higher in African Americans compared to the Whites. "The prevalence of hypertension and its cardiovascular complications is higher in African Americans than in whites. Interventions to control blood pressure in this population are particularly important. Regular... Hypertension in the African American ...
African American Pursuit Of Higher Education
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...American community (American Psychological Association, 2008). In addition to these issues, the study will also be vital in suggesting recommendations that will help in easing the issue along with further areas that require additional research on the topic (Balfanz, 2007). Previously conducted literatures on African American youth, especially the males, have been branded as violent, drug addicts, uneducable, deficient, hostile and unethical among other names (Greenberg... Are Poor Academic Performance, Juvenile Delinquency And The Lack Of Positive Role Models Negatively Related To African American High School GraduatesPursuit Of Higher Education In America? Name: Institution Date: Abstract The prop...
African American men and the prison system
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...American Men and the Prison System The American jail and prison system portrays a racial disparity in the population of incarcerated men, with the incarceration rate of the African American on the rise (ASAALH, 2011). According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics report of year 2009, approximately 40% of total jail and prison population comprises of non-Hispanic African Americans. The report also indicates that African Americans have the highest imprisonment rate, about six times that of white American males and three times higher than Hispanic males. Further reports indicate that by 2007, the African American composition in the prison system was 900, 000 of the total 2.2 million population... ? African...
A mix method appraoch exploring the approaches for reducing crimnal recidivism among African American men
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...American males in Washington D.C. (Denzin & Lincoln, 2011). This study will support solutions that come from understanding the regional and demographic specific focus and help to frame the causes which will could then lead to reducing the effect of recidivism. 2. If your research questions are studied, how could your findings impact your field of interest—“So What?” This study could expand the understanding... ?SCIENTIFIC MERIT REVIEW FORM School of Public Service Leadership Scientific Merit Process Dissertation researchers will use this form to go through the process of scientific merit review (SMR). The goals of this process are to: (1) facilitate the planning of the details of your dissertation...
Current event to American Politicis
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...Americans have difficulty accepting female authority. Rather than perceive of the election of women into positions of political authority as natural, or a consequence of the merit of capacities of these women, many still view female politicians as an anomaly. Indeed, a great many American males pay lip service to gender equality because it is politically... Irrespective of gender equality laws and public proclamations affirming respect for the equality of he sexes, the fact remains that women in positions of authority are a source of controversy. As liberal a culture as the United States may have, Elder and Greene (2004) emphasize that stereotypes against women persist and a significant percentage of...
African American Men and the prison system : A look at the high incarsaration rate of African American Men
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...American Men and the Prison System The American jail and prison system portrays a racial disparity in the population of incarcerated men, with the incarceration rate of the African American on the rise (ASAALH, 2011). According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics report of year 2009, approximately 40% of total jail and prison population comprises of non-Hispanic African Americans. The report also indicates that African Americans have the highest imprisonment rate, about six times that of white American males and three times higher than Hispanic males. Further reports indicate that by 2007, the African American composition in the prison system was 900, 000 of the total 2.2 million population... African...
Symbol of American Culture - Uncle Sam
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...American army for the First World War, created an avenue where Uncle Sam was personified. The drawing showed a man with a stern face, clad in a blue coat, white shirt and a hat with stars on it. This was a representation of the American flag which had blue, white and red with 49 stars in it. The man was drawn with a pointed finger with large captioned words beneath it, making it ‘talk’ to people. This sparked mass recruitment of the American males into the army (Swosugrad09). Widespread use of Uncle Sam for the United States government made the congress in 1961 to make it a national symbol... ? 16th May Uncle Sam Every country and s in the world has unique figures and symbols that are representatives of...
Eating Disorders in Adolescent Males
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...Males Inserts His /Her Inserts Grade Inserts 31 July EatingDisorders in Adolescent Males Eating disorders among the males must be acted upon to avoid continuing physical and mental damage to the patient. The research focused on the patients who see their physical appearance negatively compared to the normal person. The research focuses on the patient refusing to eat food thinking that such food will make one fat. The research centers on the person who is too depressed with one’s physical appearance. The research includes the study of the patient’s use of laxatives to force one’s vomiting. The research includes the use of Psychotherapy, cognitive therapy, family... ? Eating Disorders in Adolescent Males...
Www.latinamericanstudies.org/filibusters/filibustering-males.pdf
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...American culture as a whole. Filibusters represent a lingering remnant of the early American notion of “Manifest Destiny” which provided a rationale for conquest of the wild frontiers by brave pioneers and settlers. The established American state had moved on from this to a more organized civil society, within agreed and finite borders, but people clung to their Romantic ideals of conquest. Young males, including serving soldiers, felt hemmed low pay, dull routine and a lack of promotion prospects. Even West Point became a “breeding ground for Manifest Destiny apostles” (p. 876) and this highlights the enduring force of “expansionist fantasies” (p. 879... History and Political Science:...
What was the primary reason that AndrewJackson addressed the issue of Native Americans in his speech to Congress.
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...American government could not be trusted. Finally, one of Jackson’s central policies was further enfranchisement of people (adding most American Males), and the blatant mistreatment of native peoples was against the spirit of these policies.... Prof’s Andrew Jackson’s Address to Congress and His Stance on Aboriginal American Peoples Andrew Jackson had a complicated relationship with American Indians throughout his life. During his military career he fought against them and wit them through several important wars, and later as president it was his job to manage them and the relationships between Americans and Native American...
Experiences of African American Women who have lost a male son to suicide
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...American male suicides ontheir mothers, as well as the protective factors that the women employ to get through what is a trying and difficult period. The study provides a literature review of studies, into African American women dealing with the effects of suicide by their sons and critiques the underlying assumptions that have brought difficultly to these women to deal openly with their problem. According to the literature review, most of the women have focused on the belief that they need to stay strong and portray strength during their grieving period. The paper also discusses the methodology... ? Mothers of Suicide Sons MOTHERS OF SUICIDE SONS Introduction This study reviews the effects of African...
Homicide - Black males age 17-25
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...American male scholars confront the culture of higher education. NewYork, NY: Stylus Publishing, LLC.... ? Homicide - black males age 17-25 al Affiliation: Homicide - Black males age 17-25 Introduction Homicides can be defined as to the killing of person by another. However, some people may use the term to refer to murder although homicide is broad in meaning compared to murder. Murder is regarded as a form of homicide crime while there are other forms of homicide which are not regarded as criminal acts. The circumstance under which the killing of an individual takes place determines whether it is a criminal offense. For instance a person may kill the other in...
How did the war on drugs affect the African American Community?
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...American males being arrested, sentenced and incarcerated” (232). Besides, this leads them to irresponsibility in life and the cyclic process of drug abuse and imprisonment continues. The war on drugs initiated the fight against drug addiction, illegal distribution of drugs and related violence in the society. Within this context, majority of drug dealers and drug addicts are behind the bars. The African American status in the US as minorities... ? How did the war on drugs affect the African American Community? Drug addiction is one of the most important problems faced by human race which curbs human health and drags to the depths of illness and insanity. One can easily identify that drug addicts are...
Homosexuality and the African American Churches
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...American men were desperate to avoid in a racist society which already challenged their masculinity through imposed servitude and discrimination. The legacy of this struggle lives on in a tendency amongst African American males towards an exaggerated distancing from anything with connotations of femininity or weakness. The sociological point here... ?Homosexuality and the African American Churches The social issue of homosexuality and the African American Churches is of interest in the contemporary world because these church communities are places where culturally sensitive issues of race, gender, power and sexual orientation come together in way which uses ideology of sin and redemption to both support...
African American Studies
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...Americans are still punished more severely than the white offenders, and that often prosecutors "perpetuate racial stereotypes by characterizing Blacks as particularly prone to violent criminality, which results in higher conviction rates , (Welch, page 280). It has also been found now that every African American male will be accused of a crime and be punished at some point in their lives (Welch, page 281), and that there is a racially skewed depiction of African American males on the media being accused of committing crimes (Welch, page 281). All of these negative attitudes towards African Americans are bound to have an impact on their success in society. Though history is full of examples...
Discrimination of Female Nurses in High Posisitons by Males
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...male counterparts, and they even started at the lowest salaries. Crawford (1993) also added that females formed around only four percent of the key leadership positions in healthcare settings. Weil and Kimball (1996) also added that according to a study by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) in 1990, women earned around 20 % less than male nurses. A repeat of the ACHE study in 1995 found that females earned 15% less than their male counterparts (Weil & Kimball, 1996). In addition, Ratchffe (1996) also found that promotions... ? Sociology of Minorities: Discrimination of Female Nurses in High Positions by Males Number) of Submission) Sociology of Minorities: Discrimination of Female...
African American Children and Religion
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...American families using a resource exchange theory based on the premise that humans form interpersonal relationships in light of the rewards, costs, or outcomes such associations might be expected to bring. They concluded that exchanges among family members related to love, status, information, goods, services, and money are definite factors in the quality of life of African Americans, and that love is particularly important in the interactions within these families. They also found that males have a perceived higher quality of life than females among... African American Children: Survey of Religiosity and Behavior Working "A study of the relationship between the practice of religion and the...
Oliver William's Articl on Black Males and Social Problems Summary
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...Males and Social Problems in the Journal of Black Studies handles very critical issues on black ethnicity. He seeks to explain the reasons why there are many social problems among black Americans than there are among white Americans. He presents the most probable causes to the issue as well as potential solutions. Black males in America are culprits of social problems such as crime, drug addiction, and poverty, lack of proper education, unemployment, and alcoholism. Oliver begins by highlighting the theories that different authors have put across to explain why these social problems affect black males more than white males. He then elaborates... Article Summary Oliver William’s article on Black Males...
Males and females exercise behaviour regulation
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...males. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 32, 105–113. Landry, J. B., & Solomon, M. A. 2004, African American Women's Self Determination Across Stages of Change for Exercise, Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 26, 457-469. Thøgersen-Ntoumani, C. & Ntoumanis, N. (2006). The role of self-determined motivation in the understanding of exercise-related behaviours, cognitions and physical self-evaluations. Journal of Sports Sciences, 24, 393-404 Pope, H. G., Gruber, A. J., Mangweth, B...  A comparison of males and females (young and older adults) exercise behaviour regulation using the self determination theory Pleis and Lethbridge-Hejku (2006) studied Physical inactivity in the United States while Cavi...
Sexual promiscuity of female adolescents
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...male equally well. It is not an easy task to eradicate this social evil of sexual promiscuity in African Female adults. The root cause of this behavior is not educating these females in the right direction. Many a times, teenage African American girls do not understand the negative consequences of sex before attaining maturity. With the wrong family background and the lack of education, these African females and males involve in sex and become... Topic:  Sexual promiscuity of female adolescents The indulgence of sex by female adolescents with many partners in a manner of casual sex is what ismeant by sexual promiscuity of female adolscents.Many women in African American community, take this as a social...
Testosterone's direct effect on adult males diagnosed with depression
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...American Psychiatric Publication. Heidelbaugh, J.J. (2007). Clinical Men’s Health: Evidence in Practice. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Health Sciences. Kaplan, S. (2012). Men’s Health, An Issue of Urologic Clinics. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Health Sciences. Margolese, H.C. (2000). The Male Menopause and Mood: Testosterone Decline and Depression in the Aging Male—Is There a Link? Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 13(2), 93-101. Pinsky, M. & Hellstrom, W. (2010). Hypogonadism, ADAM, and hormone replacement. Therapeutic Advances in Eurology, 2(3), 99-104. Seidman, S.N. & Rabkin, J.G. (1998). Testosterone replacement therapy for...
Differences between Males and Females on Facebook Behaviour
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...Males and Females on Facebook Behaviour Abstract Social networking sites have served to transform the way people live their lives in the modern day. This is because virtual communication has become an integral part of the modern society society. The continued use of social websites has introduced a new level of global connectivity. However, there are evident differences in the frequency and the ways in which males and females use these social networking sites. Previous studies have sought to understand the salient differences exhibited by males and females in their continued use of their social websites. It emerges that, although such sites are used by both males and females... Differences between...
African American statistics
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...American Statistics Year AA in US AA % US Growth Mortality Life Expectancy@birth Fertility Birth rate Population Population rate AA rate infant Male Female rate 1995 32195000 12.4 0 15.1 65.4 74 71 18.2 1996 33587000 12.5 .04 15 66.1 74.2 69.2 17.8 1997 33989000 12.5 .01 14.2 67.2 74.7 69 17.7 1998 34427000 12.5 .01 14.3 67.6 74.8 69.4 17.7 2000 35810000 12.8 .03 14.1 68.3 75.2 70 17 2001 36247000 12.7 .01 14 68.6 75.5 67.6 16.3 Source: Except as noted, United States National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Annual and National Vital Statistics Reports (NVSR) (formerly monthly vital statistics reports) In a July 2003... 1 African...
African American Statistics
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...American Statistics Year AA in US AA % US Growth Mortality Life Expectancy@birth Fertility Birth rate Population Population rate AA rate infant Male Female rate 1995 32195000 12.4 0 15.1 65.4 74 71 18.2 1996 33587000 12.5 .04 15 66.1 74.2 69.2 17.8 1997 33989000 12.5 .01 14.2 67.2 74.7 69 17.7 1998 34427000 12.5 .01 14.3 67.6 74.8 69.4 17.7 2000 35810000 12.8 .03 14.1 68.3 75.2 70 17 2001 36247000 12.7 .01 14 68.6 75.5 67.6 16.3 Source: Except as noted, United States National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Annual and National Vital Statistics Reports (NVSR) (formerly monthly vital statistics... 1 African...
Choose a symbol of American culture today and explain why it represents America in all its complexity (bald eagles, statues of liberty, George Washington, and American flags will be given no credit!)
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...American army for the First World War, created an avenue where Uncle Sam was personified. The drawing showed a man with a stern face, clad in a blue coat, white shirt and a hat with stars on it. This was a representation of the American flag which had blue, white and red with 49 stars in it. The man was drawn with a pointed finger with large captioned words beneath it, making it ‘talk’ to people. This sparked mass recruitment of the American males into the army (Swosugrad09). Widespread use of Uncle Sam for the United States government made the congress in 1961 to make it a national symbol... 16th May Uncle Sam Every country and s in the world has unique figures and symbols that are representatives of...
Literature Review About Depression and African-American high-school students
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...American high school students. Findings indicated that: (taken from the study) Female African-American high school students in an urban setting were found to have significantly higher cumulative grade point averages than male African-American high school students. Females were found to report the use of social support as a means of coping to a significantly higher degree than males. The use of social support includes efforts to stay... Factors Affecting the Academic Performance of Urban African American High School Adolescence is a turbulent period in an individual’s life. It is a time of searching for one’s personal identity and coping with several expectations, challenges, problems and...
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