Women who are raped when voluntarily intoxicated receive scant protection from the criminal justice system
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Baron and Strauss further went and described the four theories that underlie the crime of rape, in their paper that presents a theoretical model which integrates the four macrosociological theories of rape.
Community development
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Community development is about building active and sustainable communities based on social justice and mutual respect.
Term Paper on Leadership
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According to the paper to be an effective leader, he should be able to guide his followers toward the achievement of their goals. He should learn to listen to his followers but at the same time direct them towards the right path.
Minority in Women
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The Africans were slaves. The boys would be named like their fathers or close relatives to maintain family ties. After the abolishment of slavery, some Africans adopted the names of their former owners to reestablish connections with their family they had lost. Africans were closely tied families with marriage as a fundamental part of families.
Personal Safety and Levels of Victimisation in Kingston Town Centre in February
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In recent years, crime in British cities is far greater that its incidence. Certainly for some people, fear is as great a problem as crime itself. Concerns about safety go beyond the simple definition of crime and includes various dimensions of anti-social behavior, for instance, vandalism, graffiti, disorder and noise.
How liberal ought a state to be?
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Liberalism as a world view and a branch of political philosophy also belongs to this heritage and has its deep historical roots. Liberal ideas are of particular importance, as since its emergence as a coherent ideology and until our time liberalism, in one form or another, is actively involved into the mentioned discussions about the present and future of democracy and freedom in this and other countries.
Sociology: Immigration
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This essay not only portraits immigration topic in theory, but also describes it using example of California, United States, where about 50% of the population is comprised of immigrants. This essay also analysis the changes that happen due to immigration, for example a change in population of a place and change in population fragments of that place.
Media Advertisements and the Culture of Consumerism
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This paper addresses the extent to which media influences culture. It specifically addresses the link between media, chiefly advertisement, as a socializing force in promoting the culture of consumerism that ‘cripples’ humans in the postmodern world today. The relationship between media and culture is crucial in academic discourses.
Bullying and Cyberbullying among High School Students
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According to the report this hierarchy and power inequality leads to repetitive aggression towards the weak which is defined as bullying. Despite the fact that all people have witnessed the act of bullying at school at least once in their life, not all of them understand the consequences of this aggression for bullies and their victims.
Minorities and women
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The moment that the processes of wage inequality and segregation changed in history, is the same time when the two were not eliminated. It is at this point that Acker (2006) argues United States continued to be dominated by the White men who hired only a gender and race segregated labor force. A workforce that Acker (2006) believes has many issues of wage inequality.
Cannabis in Social Policy
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The aim of this paper is to discuss the impact of cannabis on social policy, as well as its history, prevalence of usage and treatment options. Illegal drugs play a crucial role in the making of social policy as they directly affect the society. Social policy should pay more attention towards helping the society in making it a better place.
Behavior among Adolescents
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There is increased risk for suicide in adolescent boys following the fact that they tend to operate and get into trouble or they appear to be more irritable. On the other hand, girls are likely to become tearful, display eating, and sleeping changes when they are not happy.
High Suicide Rate in Japan
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Although suicide is a historical tradition in Japan, suicide rates were never remarkably high.
Underage drinking
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It is unequivocal that social drinking I parties contribute a great deal to the drinking problem that has ravaged American youths for decades. As such, it is only natural that parents and adults who facilitate the teen’s alcohol consumption, whether covertly or overtly should be held responsible for the consequences of such activities in the same way a bar tender would be for serving minors with alcohol.
Answers to Questions About Rio Grande Valley, South Texas
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The different types of organization cultures in Rio Grande Valley make it close to an ideal culture, which has the capacity of maximizing its potential for success. The community in Rio Grande Valley provides a conducive environment for service providers to develop organizational interventions. Despite a history of an economically challenging economy, Rio Grande Valley is evolving into a thriving municipal center that is at the core of the international trade.
Intimate partner violence (domestic violence)
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The social constructionist perspective of claims, claim-makers and claim-making are adopted in the making of a condition that accounts into a social problem. Claim-makers appeal to their audience who include the general public and politicians.
Classroom Behavior: A comparison of the New Chinese Immigrant and Local students in Hong Kong
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The present study examined four variables, namely student relationship with their parents, relationship with classmates, academic self-concept and level of life satisfaction or poverty level as the predictors of students’ behavior problems. Thus, it is significant to see whether the behavior problems are prominent in students.
Social Development in terms of Globalization
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The abolition of social and political barriers has led to economic interconnection among countries. Societal demands influence socio-economic policies that influence human development. It is arguable that with the recent technological advancements, globalization will occur. Coyle defines it as the development of uniform policies.
Argument on Effects of Child Labor in U.S around World
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In as much as this practice is a global practice, United States and China have been accused lately of not doing enough to curb the inhumane practice. According to an article carried in New York Times, child labor is promoted by aspects such as poverty, some cultural practices, and lack of alternative micro-economic activities.
Globalization and Sociology
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Globalization sociology is showing high-end results, impact on the part of economical evolutions on nations mainly on cities and individual person’s life standard. Because of the globalization the technologies as exchanged. Globalization and sociology is having tremendous impact on cities. Cities are transforming into great industrial belts.
Same Sex Marriage
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Gay rights advocates believe that it is inequitable and biased to refuse to give certain privileges to any couple, gay or not. For example, marriage enables spouses to receive insurance through their partners’ employers. They are also allowed many other rights such as the ability to make decisions for their partner who is being hospitalized.
Globalization And Urban Sociology
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From this article, it is clear that cities are transforming into great industrial belts. As the industries grow there will be a visible impact on the economy. Job opportunities grow and innumerable colonies are developed. The growth is multifold and the technology exchange migration takes place.
Storytelling in Zoot Suit Riots
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The segregation and discrimination of individuals based on their race was the prevalent theme in the riot. The violation of the rights of the citizens especially of Mexican descent was a common practice supported by both the judiciary and the administration.
Sociology of Family Class Brothers and Sisters
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“Family is a social unit that binds people together through marriage, blood, law, and/or social norms.” (Sociology A Global Perspective [SAGP], 2006) In its complex way to define family and the variety of family arrangements exists in the world, this is the most acceptable definition of all. This diversity came from the numerous norms that specify “how two or more people can become a family”.
MODERN TERRORISM
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Terrorism is majorly committed against civilian populations with the hope of instigating fear for achievement of political ends.
Social Policy Questions
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In respect to social policy revolutionary legislation would be vastly different from that immediately preceding, it would be based on new or drastic ways of thinking and it would involve changing policy.
The Changing Face of Teenage Drug Abuse --- The Trend Toward Prescription Drugs
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In a survey conducted by the Monitoring the Future and sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, whereby 50,000 students in 400 public and private secondary schools in the United States were sampled, the findings reported that the use of illicit street drugs such as cocaine are decreasing in popularity.
Social Conflict and Cultural Conflict Theories
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This research paper examines and explains the similarities and differences that are existent in social conflict theories and cultural conflicts and their manifestation in communication between individuals and groups and how the conflict escalates and deescalates refering to real-life modern examples used.
Is technology and obsession with youth ruling our lives?
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A common phenomenon in today’s world is older employees being substitute for younger ones, almost all the time with the excuse that they are not fitted for the company anymore.
Critique of an Article on Teen Pregnancy among the Hispanics in US
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The article titled “Teen Pregnancy and the Achievement Gap among Urban Minority Youth,” written by Charles E. Basch, deals with the problem of teen pregnancy with a focus on the shortfall in achievements in the case of Hispanics living in urban areas of the US. The article clearly states the problem and its ramifications in terms of poor health
The Notions of Autonomy as Related to Womens Health Care
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This essay discusses that the healthcare of women in relationship to her autonomy is fundamental to the modern cultures. The autonomy of women should not be neglected in any part of the society. Women are important contributors to the households and the national economy. It's important to be critical of their welfare by providing better conditions for their health.
Child development (are parents too strict or not strict enough?).
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Child development is an important aspect of society and this has led to the question “what is the appropriate way for parents to raise their children?” This question arose due to the lack of clarity in the appropriate parenting scheme, as of course, many individuals believe that this aspect is subjective and different parenting styles can be equally effective.
The removal of children from their abusive home
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In a criminology research by Kim she details the different effects or impact of removing children from their families. She mentions that the removal would initially benefit the child by taking such child away from the abuse and from the usual trauma that the child is exposed to at home.
Investing in Children
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For example when a woman opts to drink when pregnant and passes a fatal disease to the baby, is a problem caused by negligent behavior. The baby would need support from the government, thereby increasing the government's responsibility. The resources that the government uses to support such areas would have assist in another area.
River Deep - Mountain High, a song by Tina Turner
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And if she ever happens to lose him, she would cry as she has never cried before in her whole life. And her refrain expresses the depth and height of her love rather symbolically.
Social Work System Child Welfare
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Child welfare system includes such policies and procedures, which help social workers in dealing with the critical social justice issues. Social justice means that every person living in any part of the world is entitled to same civil and rights and services.
Working With Children From Birth to Age 5 Years
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According to the discussion, safety is one of the main concerns when dealing with children up to 5 years of age. The babies and young children should be prevented from cot death. The temperature of the environment should be normal for the safety of children and the prevention of illness and other issues.
Our Own Reason
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Many people around us will oppose this position on the grounds of considering us rebels, but men and women like Thoreau, Emerson, Helen Keller, Therese of Calcutta, Lincoln, Anais Nin, Whitman, Napoleon Hill, Churchill, Simone de Beauvoir, Edison, Einstein, Mohammed, Buddha, and Jesus traveled their own paths and opened new ones.
Race and Ethnicity
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The media is in dire need of a thorough overhaul of their dialogue and broadcasts. The media needs to be what it was intended to be, which is the gatherer and portrayer of information that the masses need or want to hear. If the media were to allow non-biased and non-partisan dialogues it would change the roles of many people around the globe.
Criminal Justice in the US
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People in this category of description are commonly associated with criminal offenses that have to do with drugs and violence. Even disturbing is the fact that as the years goes by, statistics on the number of Black Americans engaged in criminal activities increase. This is reported by the Drug War Facts (2010) who state that records from the late 1990s compared to current records show an increasing trend of criminal offenses. Such growing trend clearly put every other child who is newly born a Black American or into the community of Black Americans at a vulnerable risk of eventually growing up to join the masses.
Post-modernity
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The aim of this paper is to critically analyse and give responses to Post-modernity and Post Modernism. The third way is on its way, starting with the termination of the welfare consensus that spread widely in the industrial countries until the late 1970s, the ultimate disgrace of Marxism, plus the very profound economic, social advances.
Eminent domain For the People or Against the People
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The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution provides that private property shall not be taken for public use without just compensation. The provision is stated in such a way that the exercise of the power of eminent domain has always been there and the only limitation is that private property is not taken without just compensation.
Panopticon
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This is something we must be constantly aware of, especially as changes to our society including pervasive cameras and the internet could allow these a panopticon to develop without our even realizing it (Bringall, 2002).
Division of Labor Encourages Social Equity
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Modern society may be considered to have arrived to a more civilized world because of the death of slavery. Perhaps most people are now happier because they now enjoy what their ancestors fought for in the past centuries.
Racial discrimination among the students
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Some parent volunteers refused to work with the black students. Evidently it will impede the mental development of each student and further negatively affect the next generation.
Digital Piracy
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In the light of growing technology, many industries have been extensively bolstered by the ever advancing knowledge on how to carry out things. The music industry is one of the sectors that have received a great boost since this era of enlightenment has seen myriad improvements in information and communication.
Inequalities within families their causes
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In joint families the biggest inequality stems from different income levels where more than one male member contributes towards the household expenses. There is bound to be discrimination meted out to the one whose contribution is less. The reason for the difference in income levels can be attributed to difference in their education.
Global Asian Popular Culture
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The author makes an extensive and intensive analysis of two large asian cities: Tokyo and Taipei. However, even though there has been rapid globalization of culture especially the western culture dominating in many parts of the earth, Asian cities are very unique and to some extent different from the other modern cities of the world.
Qualitative Research
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Qualitative research involves the use of ethnographical studies and surveys in collecting data from a sample population. Ethnography is more detailed and takes time; the researcher is in contact with the sample for much longer time, and data collected continuously.
Are Female Images in TV Docu-porn Represented for a Male Gaze?
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As Mulvey claims ‘in a world ordered by sexual imbalances pleasure in looking has been split between active/male and passive/female. The determining male gaze projects its fantasy onto the female figure, which is styled accordingly’, she argues that visuality is structured in this gendered way, the castration complex has implication for images of women in this patriarchal visuality.
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