Female Circumcision
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...female circumcision is considered a cultural tradition, norm and has“attached value”. However, this act in other communities is classified as a vice and propagators are subjected to face stern actions. Despite this, there are factions that prefer to blow hot and cold over the matter while others prefer to be indifferent to this concept. This multiple perspective has prompted varied reactions to the subject of female circumcision. This essay seeks to address the factors influencing female circumcision, effects and the steps taken to reduce or annihilate female circumcision Definition Female circumcision or female cut... ?Introduction Culture defines a society’s values and norms. In some communities,...
Female Circumcision
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...Female Circumcision Female circumcision is the partial or total cutting of the female genital organs. This is a common tradition that has been widely practiced in Africa. The practice is aiming at preparing girls to develop from childhood to womanhood especially just before marriage. 2. Female circumcision is a big deal and cannot be compared to male circumcision. Male circumcision is widely accepted since it draws healthy advantages such as hygiene. In addition to this male circumcision has greatly reduced the chances of HIV infection by quite a percentage. However, female circumcision does not draw any positive advantage instead it is a practice that is dehumanizing and against the rights...
Female Employees
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...female employees. Apart from analyzing the agonies of women employees, it provides recommendations on how the management can help in improving the welfare of female employees and motivate them to serve the organization even after quitting and deciding to re-enter once more. From a survey conducted, nearly 24% of women employees voluntarily quit their jobs. This, according to the survey, is caused by family commitments as well as frustrations in the workplace. However, to address the menace, the employer needs to offer trainings, coaching and mentorship to women and formulate and enforce family-friendly policies... Ethics Ethics Summary In ‘Women: Keeping the Supply Lines Open,’ there is a report about...
Female Circumcision
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...female circumcision, drawing on the work of any two of the following Njambi, Butler, Davies, Halliday and Stearns Female circumcision is a controversial practice that acts as a nexus for a number of different cultural, political and religious influences, making it difficult to examine and even more difficult to change and/or curtail. As Njambi (2004) suggests, female circumcision "brings together women's health, activism, media, and national and international policy-making in pursuit of the common goal of eradicating such practices." At the same time, there are perhaps wider cultural contexts regarding a leftover from the tendency of Europeans/Americans to regard... Write a critique of the practice of...
Female Circumcision
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...Female Circumcision I. INTRODUCTION A. Statistic According to the World Health Organization’s statistics (Female genital mutilation 1), approximately 140 million women and girls globally are currently living with the effects of female circumcision (female genital mutilation or FGM); these are women and girls who have been directly or indirectly affected by FGM. Another statistic by WHO indicates that around 92 million girls aged 10 and above have been subjected to FGM (Female genital mutilation 1). To make matters worse, an additional 2 million girls are at risk of being circumcised every year. B. Why it...
Female Songwriters
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...Female Song Music has been a universal medium of expression since time immemorial. Theuniversal appeal of music is manifested through the popularity of songs being written and sung by diverse singers through the language, lyrics, melody, and appeal to diverse audiences. With more efforts being instituted in closely examining the appeal of a particular musical composition through time, music enthusiasts aver that female songwriters of contemporary times use language in a distinctly different way from the majority of male songwriters. It is therefore the aim of the current essay to compare the song lyrics written by two female songwriters: Jewel and Sheryl Crow, with the songs... Expository Essay on...
Female education
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...female faculty working in University Teacher Education programs is impacted by stress on a daily basis. Faculty salary equity, promotion, and tenure are also factors that contribute to the overall quality of life, since more female faculty serves in adjunct positions. These factors have a tendency to increase levels of stress in female faculty working in the University Teacher Education program. This study will explore the research about the relationship between the variable of effects of therapeutic massage on variable of stress and quality of life of female faculty working... Running Head: RESEARCH PROPOSAL Research Proposal [Insert [Insert of Research Proposal Quality of life for higher education...
Female Gangs
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...Female Gangs Female Gangs A gang may be defined as a group or band of people who take part in socially unacceptable and illegal activities (Decker & Van Winkle, 1996). Traditionally, gangs have been associated with male youths, and research on female gangs has not been conducted in the same magnitude and depth as that accorded to male gangs until recently. For long, females have been considered to be inferior to males, which is among the reasons they have been portrayed as featuring only in minimal roles in gangs (Fishman, 1988). They have been known to be relatives, sisters or girlfriends of gang members, rather than...
Female Designers
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...Female Designers, with reference especially to Zaha Hadid. The world of art and design is full of both men and women who have great talent and a passion for their chosen type of art. In art schools there appear to be at least as many women as men, but for some reason most of the honors and prizes throughout history have gone to famous male artists. In order to explore this phenomenon in the modern world it is necessary to look back in history and see what traditions and cultures have led to this situation. This paper traces the reasons for the underrepresentation of female artists in the world, and then considers one artist in particular, Zaha Hadid, and...
Female characters
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...Female characters In the stories under analysis, “Where are you going, Where have you been?” and “A Good Man is hard to Find” the authors represent similar prototypes of female characters speaking about psychological problems of women who live in the world of fantasy and dreams unable to look objectively at their life. Thesis In the story by Joyce Carol Oates the tragedy is caused by idealized world view of the teenager, while in the story by O’Connor it is a result of imaginary superiority of the grandmother, her selfishness and egoism. Both female characters are dreamers driving by their desires and fantasies. Connie, the main...
Female Gothic
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...Female Gothic The genre "gothic" has since always been closely linked to the women writers and readers. Many feminist critics have described it in the following words: "Gothics are particularly compelling fictions for the many women who read and write them because of their nightmarish figuration of feminine experience within the home."1 It was Ellen Moers who came up with the term "female Gothic"2. She used it to describe the tradition of women's writing, which she traced back to Anne Radcliffe. She said that this writing used the gothic's "paraphernalia of claustrophobic castles, villainous dominating men, and beleaguered heroines to thematize... Inserts His/her Inserts Inserts Grade 10 March 2009...
Female Offenders
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...Female Offenders in the Criminal Justice System: Good, Bad, or Insane Take to consider these facts: the number of women in prison has tripled in the past decade in the UK. Between 1992 and 2002, the number of women prisoners rose from around 1300 to well over 4000. There are now more women in prison than at any time since 1901. An estimated 8,000 children are affected each year as a result of their mother's imprisonment (Page, 2003). As these statistics show, the situation of female offenders seems to be alarmingly bad. Thus, female offenders are recently in focus by the criminal justice system in terms of their misdemeanours and their various needs. For some time, many social scientists... Treatment of...
Female Gangs
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...Female Gangs Introduction Gangs are one of the most criminally destructive groups in our society today. From rioting to theft to destruction of property, these gangs create chaos and havoc to the peace and order of society. In the traditional context, males dominate the gang population; however, in the contemporary context, females have also increased in membership. Inasmuch as females are not common members of gangs, female gang members have already been seen as far back as the 1800s, serving as counterparts of male-dominated gangs (San Diego County Office of Education, n.d). However, these females...
Female Entrepreneurship
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...Female Entrepreneurship It is a true fact that females are the sources of the creation of the great leaders as they give the birth to the male or female who are the leaders in the present times. However, the soft hearted approaches and behaviors have made the female much more patient than the men. From the past they have been dominated by the male dominated society and they have been suppressed to be calm and quite. But, the cultivation of the leadership qualities and the managing abilities were started long back within the females. The advancement of the society and the openness towards the females has given a great support to the females to show their charisma in the corporate field... ....
Female Slavery
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...female slavery differed form male slavery in the American South Our historical account of the slavery in the American South reveals thatsome slave-owners were more ruthless to slaves than others. Many slave-owners raped and beat their slaves, and sometimes cut the limbs of the slaves who tried to escape, while other slave-owners were less physically abusive, treating their slaves with more 'kindness' and even provided them with some convenience. In many households, treatment of slaves differs with the slave's color of the skin. For instance, darker-skinned slaves toil in the fields all day, while lighter-skinned slaves work in the homes of their master and were bestowed better provisions... How and why...
Female Entrepreneurs
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...Female Entrepreneurs over the last decade and management styles adopted Prepared for Michelle McLauglin Prepared by Nazneen Khan Module : Disertation Project Date : 30th April 2010 Title: The growing number of female entrepreneurs, their management style and how does it differ from their male counterparts. Abstract: The role and responsibility of a business head or leader is not only to lead, but to manage the whole organization effectively so as to make the business a success. Since more and more number of women entrepreneurs are coming up and establishing their own business set-ups globally, the need to have great leading and managerial qualities amongst them has also increased... ...
Female Bisexuality
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...FEMALE BISEXUALITY Female bisexuality: Scholarly versus popular media discussions Female bisexuality: Scholarly versus popular media discussions Scholarly Article Lisa M. Diamond conducted a ten year longitudinal study in which she explored the nature of female bisexuality and the identification of sexuality as it changed in affiliation and identification over time. The conceptualizations that were used to frame the study were as follows: 1. Bisexuality as a transitional stage: 2. Bisexuality as a third type of sexual orientation: and 3. Bisexuality as a heightened capacity for fluidity (Diamond, 2008, p. 7). The participants in the study were 79 non-heterosexual women between the ages... ?Running Head:...
Female Economy
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...Female Economy Marketing Analysis: Female Economy of Marketing Analysis: Female Economy Introduction In recent times, the amount of women, who are working, has increased in the United States of America. This amount is almost equal to the amount of working men and it may even surpass it. During the time of recession, majority of the men have lost their jobs. However, women are most likely to have lower salaries as compared to their male counterparts. At the same time, men work over time, which makes them distinctive from the economic recession. However, women still play a crucial role in influencing market opportunities and prosperity (Silverstein & Sayre, 48, 2009... Running Head: Marketing Analysis:...
Female Cicumcision
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...Female circumcision is a repugnant issue to Americans and Europeans, but in Sudan the practice is normal and accepted for the majority of women. Thepractice of female circumcision (FC) crosses religious boundaries; Jewish, Christian, and Muslim women undergo the procedure in the Sudan. It is more of a cultural practice than religious. The cultural aspect for and against FC must be taken into consideration when consulting with Nawal. Then within this framework, medical issues should be raised with her to help Nawal make a decision for her daughter. There are three main types of FC practiced in the Sudanese region; “Clitoridectomy, Intermediate and Pharaonic Circumcision.” (Magied, Sulima... ...
Female Orgasm
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...Female Orgasm: A Comprehensive Understanding Sex is a very natural aspect of human life and therefore thereis no human being that does not enjoy personal pleasure and gain satisfaction from engaging in sexual intercourse. However there are differences between females and males in regards to the sexual peaks that they both achieve and the level of orgasms that they have as well. For instance, there has been a lot of mystery surrounding the idea of whether or not women actually have specific types of orgasms during sexual intercourse or whether they simply fake their orgasms. For women to have an orgasm, it can only be considered to be an art form because it takes an intricate... You're 21 June 2006...
Female Identity
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...Female Identity Revealed Mainly Through Opposition to Male Identity in 'The Color Purple' by Alice Walker and 'The New Dress' by Virginia Woolf This essay will examine how female identity is revealed through the main protagonists in 'The Color Purple' (Alice Walker, 1983) and 'The New Dress' (Virginia Woolf, 1927), addressing the question. Both works centre on the women's lives and the roles they have accepted or attributed to themselves, providing insight on ways that women allow themselves to be defined by the norms of the societies in which they live and how these impact. Celie in 'The Color Purple' encompasses a reflection of black society and the...
Female masculinity
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...female coworker’s experiences based on gender, and these two had worked together for years. This proves a man and a women working at the same job had different perceptions. The male was not basing his perception on gender, while the woman has based her perception on gender. The reason for the male being an invisible gender could be for two reasons. The first is men do not have the same... The feminist’s movement has changed the way men and women view women. However according to Stephen Whitehead a true change will only occur when men change their way of thinking towards themselves. Men do not practice “self-reflexivity” towards themselves (Whitehead). Most men do not worry about how to be a man,...
Lactating female
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...Females Lactation is the generation of milk in mammary glands and its periodic excretion. The cycle starts straight after delivery under the influence of hormones. If the milk is not excreted, the lactation ends. Lactation is a natural process and happens to any woman who gave birth to a child. The generation of the sufficient amount of milk depends on the generation of lactation hormones: placental lactogen, prolactin and oxytocin. It means that lactation is the process, which totally depends, on hormones. Lactating mother can follow all the necessary conditions for successful lactation, but none of them will work if in the organism there is no corresponding level of hormones (Mohrbacher... Lactating...
Female Style
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...Female Style Literature works exemplify diverse styles that help in ifying them. These styles are either female or man centric according to dissimilar researches. Research depicts that men have their own writing style that differs from that of women. These differences emanate from intrinsic traits of the two sexes that only nature can clarify. The diverse writing styles make literature gain flavor and become easy to identify with. Literature illuminates key works that show writing styles bestowed to women. This means that there is a clear division involving the way men and women write. This context seeks to find the truth of this hypothesis by comparing...
Female Homeless
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...Female Homeless Hallo. My is Margret Williams. Most of the people here have suffered because of lack of houses or areas as they could call a safe shelter and this has exposed the risk because of the issues that affect them as women in the society. In most cases, there have been issues about the homelessness of women because of the cultural orientation of the people, which does not give any entitlement to women to women as people who can own property and develop them. For this reason, many women who do not have men with whom they can share their lives end up in streets and other undignified places whose conditions are very detrimental for both their health and security...
Female serial killers
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...Female serial killers of the of the Introduction Serial killers are understood in limited way due to rarity of serial murders (Campobasso et al., 2009, p. e7). Sadly, the understanding of female serial killers is very remote due to lack of research and low percentage compared to male serial killers. The percentage of female among the serial killers is estimated to be 10 to 15 (Siegel, 2012, p.352). Depending on the circumstances of the homicides and what was done to the victims, the forensic psychiatrists have developed a point of view that most of the serial killers are psychopaths and/or sexual sadists or possess antisocial disorder (Campobasso et al., 2009, p. e11). Study by Hickey (1997... ? Female...
Female genital mutilation
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...Female Genital Mutilation Female Genital Mutilation The relatively vast practice of female genital mutilation around the world should be dealt with by abolition because of playing with one’s health Female genital mutilation refers to either partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or alternatively other forms of injury caused to the female genital organs which is done for reasons other than medical reasons (Amel, Mawaheb & Ahmed, 2010, p. 187). This act is divided into four different types which include; type I which involves clitoridectomy, Type II which is excision, type...
Female Drinking In Britain
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...Female Drinking Changed In Britain: Introduction: Women's issue has been a significant concern for every society in the modern times and there have been several voices from every corner raised in favour of the liberation of women. An indication to such an increased concern for the cause of women has been the prominence of feminist theories and there are significant results of such attempts. There are various implications for the change ion the attitude of the society towards the role of women in the modern world and it is often found that the women in the modern society feel the same amount of freedom with men. One of the most prominent aspects of women's liberation or emancipation... To What Extent Has...
Female Genital Mutilation
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...Female genital mutilation, also known as female genital cutting, is a deeply rooted cultural practice in more than 28 African countries, parts of the Middle East, and pockets of Asia. Annually, an estimated 2 million girls come of age in such areas. Support for the practice in communities is broad-based. Mothers, mothers-in-law, fathers, and religious and community leaders defend the practice on the basis of a girl's future role as wife and mother. (WHO 2005) The arguments against this practice run at various levels. From a biological perspective it is know that female genital mutilation/cutting does irreparable harm. It can result in death through severe... Module 2 - Case Cultural Beliefs and Practice...
Circumcision for Female
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...Female circumcision, also referred as female genital mutilation is an issue of global health concern affecting large number of women especially in Africa and Asian continents. According to the World Health Organization(2008, p14), “female circumcision entails all procedures that involve total or partial removal of external female genital organs or the injury of female genital for the purpose of cultural and other non-therapeutic intentions”. Female genital mutilation continues eliciting ethical, legal and professional concerns in medical practice mainly because of its widespread...
Theroies Behind Female Criminality
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...Female Criminality Smart (2009) observes the rare concern of criminological theories in analyzing female criminality. Typically, criminologists would discuss women offenders under general theories with men or unsatisfactorily briefly under special or marginal categories. In the context of a patriarchal society, most researchers would pay less attention to female criminality. This paper gathers statistics from various sources to show the trends in female criminality, particularly in the US, citing the nature of common crimes committed by women. In trying to explain the observed phenomena, the paper analyses critical theory, feminist theory, strain theory and biological determinism. Finally... ,...
Female Entrepreneurship Essay
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...female entrepreneurship in relationship to changes in trends and improvement the bridging of gaps between UK female entrepreneurs and their male counterparts... ?Introduction “Women are the nuclei of a nation. They are the real builders and moulders of nation's destiny” (Tiwari, 2007 p1). Women play a highly decisive role in every society. They have strong connections with children in the community and also have the ability to excel in every department of endeavour in the nation. The position and status of women in any society is an index of its civilisation and progress (Tiwari, 2007). Entrepreneurship is an important component of every economy. It is often said that the private sector is the engine of...
Female desire in literature
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...Female Sexuality and Desire in Literature Literature aims to discover and reveal the truth of nature and human nature, and the best works of all ages have succeeded in doing precisely that. Some truths, however, take a long time to be discovered and require considerable effort to be disseminated. The veil that hides the truth about women’s sexual desire from the modern reader is perhaps only half as opaque as it was in Victorian times. Charlotte Brontë(1816-55), Kate Chopin(1850-1904) and Mary Austin(1868-1934) are three women who dared to discuss the truth of female sexuality and desire, much in advance of their society. The translucence of the veil that shrouds female sexuality... Jane Eyre and After:...
Female Circumcision and Sadomasochism
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...Female Circumcision and Sadomasochism Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts (12, September, ) Introduction There are certain issues in human society that are not easy to tag as right or wrong. The debate whether cultural or religious or individual differences should be respected when it comes to human rights or not. There is no argument that laws should be aimed at protecting the society but there are certain practices which are termed as religious or cultural. These practices sometimes are sometimes in violation with the universal definition of human rights but people argue in favor of them because of the religious and cultural basis of those practices. Female circumcision and sadomasochism...
Female Juvenile Delinquents
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...Female Juvenile Delinquents Recently, the girl child has garnered a lot of criminal study, as opposed to thepast time when the statistics mainly paid attention to the male child only. Statistics have indicated that the girl-child crime rate is on the rise while the male-child crime rates seem to quite under control. This can be associated with the effective programs that have been put forward to prevent male delinquency. Female child delinquents include young girls under the age of 18 years who have been arrested for criminal acts and found guilty. The reason for the surge in the female child crime rate is not yet fully unveiled despite the vast investigation that the researchers have... ?Law College:...
He Female Quixote
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...Female Quixote: Chapter I Question: What did the Marquis do after his dismissal from his employment? Marquis had for a long time been a servant of the court. This was considered the most honorable employment under the ruling crown. This position came with a multiple number of advantages such as being able to preside over the council, dispose of all places the amount of profit he desired and in a way this position made him look like he governed the entire kingdom. Holding such a position of power, made the Marquis a target of many individuals. Therefore, he made a lot of enemies. His enemies plotted against his impeachment from his position of authority. Worse still he was...
Female Gender Progression
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...Female Gender Progression In the nineteenth century female experienced a gradual transformation: from a “mute” enclosing of their husbands to weak creatures, who started fighting for their rights. The theme of social inequalities and gender issues has always been interesting for the audience. This research paper is focused on the issues of female gender progression and the way it is reflected in the novel “Madame Bovary” by Flaubert and “The Life of an American Slave” by Douglass. There are different reflections of women from different social classes. Nevertheless, these women experienced numerous hardships and men treated them like hollow...
Female Inmates (Corrections)
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...Female Inmates (Corrections) Introduction Female inmates in many parts of the world have been increasing over time.A case study of United States indicates that by 2004, both the federal, state and the national prisons housed 1,433,793 inmates serving sentences of more than one year. Of these inmates, the male inmates were 1,337,668 while the female inmates accounted for 96, 125. The number of the female inmates has been on upward trend. From 1977 to 2004, the population of the inmates has increased by 757%. This statistics are an increase of 10 to 64 female inmates per 100,000 female residents from 1977 to 2004. Even though the female arrest rate in US is less than that of male arrests rate... ? Female...
Female Genital Mutilation
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...Female Genital Mutilation s I. Introduction Among all the traditional rituals, female genital mutilation (FGM) can be deservedly called one of the most controversial practices. Being the ritual with ancient yet unclear roots, female genital cutting presupposes surgical removal of external female genitalia – either some of them or all. The primary area of FGM’s concentration is around 30 African countries, a bit of Asia and Middle East as well as diaspora communities in other countries. In these countries, FGM is carried out “for non-therapeutic reasons” (WHO, 2008, p.4) and with no authoritative medical prescriptions; “FGM...
Autism: male versus Female
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...female genders, and efforts shall be made to explain any discrepancies that may be observed. Autism: An Overview The American Psychological Association (2000) characterizes autism as a psychological disorder that often manifests by the time a child reaches 3 years of age. Its most common symptoms include restricted, repetitive behavior, not to mention an unusual ineptitude when it comes to social interaction and communication. That is, a person said to be suffering from this condition may act in ways contrary to social norms. Autism is one of three conditions classified as an autism spectrum disorder, the other two being Asperger’s syndrome and PDD-NOS. Such conditions are...
Female juvenile delinquents
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...FEMALE JUVENILE DELINQUENTS Female Juvenile Delinquents [The [The Female Juvenile Delinquents In contemporary times, study of juvenile delinquency has emphasized chiefly on the behavior disorders, guidelines, and violence in males while comparatively little to no concentration has been devoted to the females who have committed and still committing delinquent acts (Hoyt & Scherer, 1998). Since it has been observed that the majority of the individuals arrested among juvenile delinquents are male, this is one of the prime reasons that a great portion of today’s research has been found involvement on behalf of the male population. Juvenile delinquency, in a way, can and, in other way, does... ?Running Head:...
Female Gang Members
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...Female Gangs, Their Roles and Behavior Insert Semester Instructor Date Research studies have been carried out previously about gangs with a strong bias to male gangs. However, there are also female gangs that a complete research has not been done on them. This is because many scholars run a blind eye to the significance that the female gangs have in the society. Since the 1980’s female gangs have been in existence as independent all female gangs, auxiliary members to male dominated gangs and mixed gangs. There are a number of reasons that young girls join these gangs which range from economical, social and political (Kinnear, 2009). As with male gangs, there are peculiar behaviors and roles... ...
Female Genital Multilation
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...Female Genital Mutilation Female Genital Mutilation Female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as “female circumcision” is a procedure that involves “partial or total removal of the external female genitalia, or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons” (World Health Organization (WHO), 2012, par 2). According to the World Health Organization, there are four main types of female genitalia mutilation namely the clitoridectomy, excision, infibulation and other procedures to the female genitalia for non-medical purposes (2012, par...
Early Cycladic female sculptures
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...female sculptures Cycladic culture existed in the Cycladic community that lived in the islands of Aegean Sea from around 3300 BCE to 2000 BCE. The Cycladic people form one of the main cultures associated with the Aegean and thus practiced the Aegean art (Christos 145). Cycladic art is divided into three periods; EC 1 (2800 to 2500), EC 2 (2500 to 2200) and EC 3 (2200 to 2000). The best types of art during this period are the marble sculptures. The sculptures were mainly female sculptures and sometimes were referred to as figurines or idols (Christos 9). According to Fitton, this kind of art existed in Crete, in addition to Greece’s mainland. The sculptures, at first were said to have... Early Cycladic...
Female Offenders Essay
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...female offenders is alarming. Women, just like men, were convicted of both violent and non-violent offenses, from very minor to major, from theft and moral crimes to serious crimes. Women who killed their children, women who involved in drug related offenses, fraud; female sex offenders like the very controversial Mary K. Letourneau that actually reached tabloid headlines. Reports revealed that most women offenders are mothers, and females who have experienced some form of abuse, with broken homes, big financial problems or unable to sustain stable jobs, addiction to drugs and alcohol, psychological distress, with low self-esteem, with history of severe emotional and verbal... The fast escalation of...
Female genital mutilation
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...Female Genital Mutilation on the Somali Women The Health Implications of Female Genital Mutilation on the Somali Women Introduction Approximately twenty-seven countries in Sub-Saharan and Northeast Africa practice Female Genital Mutilation (WHO, 2010). Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) constitutes the act of operating the private parts of girls and women as one way of meeting the requirements of cultural traditions. FGM causes injury to female genital organs, which endangers the girls’ lives both immediately and in the future (WHO, 2010). FGM causes severe panic and pain among almost to 130 million women annually across the world (Waris, 2005). Apart from this, FGM has... ? The Health Implications of...
Female, Feminine, Fertility
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...Female, Feminine, Fertility Lecturer Female, Feminine, Fertility Some or artists focus on gender, which may havea positive or negative portrayal of the gender under consideration. Female, feminine and fertility are issues of great importance in the contemporary art, and this paper looks into the female character, Lola, in the book, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. The paper analyzes the character including the portrayal of the character, her use in the society, group of people who benefit from the existence of the female character and group of people who may be harmed by her existence. In the story,...
Female Genital Mutilation Essay
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...Female Genital Mutilation 2008 Female Genital Mutilation The tradition of female genital mutilation is rather old and practiced in different parts of the world. The origins of this ritual can be traced back to antiquity: the Phoenicians, Hittites, and ancient Egyptians are known to practice it as a part of their culture (Toubia, 1995: 21). As for geographic origin of this practice, it is believed to come from Egypt, and then, century by century, migrate from the tribes which populated the Red Sea coastal area to Arabs, and then to eastern Sudan (Chessler, 1997). The term 'female circumcision' is commonly used by...
FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION
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...female genital mutilation started in Africa almost 2000 years ago. According to some statistics it is being practiced in more than twenty Africancountries and as per the estimation of the Amnesty International 130 million women all over the world are affected by FGM of some form or other. In Africa this practice is prevalent commonly in countries extending from Ethiopia on the east coast to Senegal in West Africa. It is seen in countries from Tanzania in the southern Africa to Egypt in the north. Though recently Egypt passed legislation against the practice of female genital mutilation, Egypt still remains the country where this practice is most prevalent...
Female Inmate Population
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...female correctional institutions evidence that women are destined to fail if the challenges they face in the institutions are not solved. Without appropriate counteractions to this emerging issue, women advancement in the society... will continue to decline in the future since their ability to progress will be pessimistically affected. In this essay, women failure due to drug abuse and mistreatment in the correctional institution is discussed. The rise of women inmates in the correctional institutions is substantially increasing in most countries globally. America was forced to increase the number of correctional institutions to accommodate the rising figures of female...
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