American Government & Its Policy
American Government & Its Policy
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... In an essay of at least four well-developed paragraphs, trace the development of political parties in the United States. Begin with the development of the Federalist and Anti federalist parties and ending with the development of the Republican and Democratic parties. The Federalist Party (or Federal Party) was an American political party in the period 1792 to 1816, with remnants lasting into the 1820s. The Federalists controlled the federal government until 1801. The party was formed by Alexander Hamilton, who, during George Washington's first term, built a network of supporters, largely urban, to support his fiscal policies. These supporters grew into the Federalist Party, which wanted a fiscally s...
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Consequences of Exposure to Negative Internet Content on a Childs Development
Consequences of Exposure to Negative Internet Content on a Child's Development
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... Consequences of Exposure to Negative Internet Content on a Child's Development There is increasing number of children across the world accessing the internet. It is estimated that about 90% of adolescent children in the United States have access to the internet. This trend is replicated in most parts of the world due to increased internet connectivity and technological advancements. Internet access to children and the general population has numerous benefits: it facilitates research for education, add entertainment value, and improve communication among other benefits. However, availability of internet has its negative impacts such as cyber bullying, exposure to sexually explicit content, diverting...
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Critically discuss the centrality of anthropology to colonial domination of africa through the lens of a positivists and imperialist approach to domination, rather than a critical and dialectical

Critically discuss the centrality of anthropology to colonial domination of africa through the lens of a positivists and imperialist approach to domination, rather than a critical and dialectical

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... Walter Rodneys "How Europe Underdeveloped Africa" discuss the centrality of anthropology to colonial domination of Africa through the lens of apositivists and imperialist approach to domination, rather than a critical and dialectical system, Governed by logic of global capitalism. Anthropology, etymologically, means the study of man. Imperialism refers to the rule of a country over another by taking over the political, cultural and economic life of the subordinate country. It has been argued that colonial domination has a significant role in the centrality of anthropology in Africa. Imperialism and colonialism have been used interchangeably in defining the relationship between Africa and Britain. Brt...
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Critica/Scholarlyl Analysis of Margaret
Critica/Scholarlyl Analysis of Margaret
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... Analysis of Margaret The Handmaid’s Tale is an anti-utopian novel that was written by Margaret Atwood during the early 1980s in Alabama and West Berlin. The narrator is Offred, who is a handmaid in the Republic of Gilead. For most part of the narration, Offred gives readers a clear picture of her emotional state rather than the unraveling of events or actions. The role of the handmaids is to unwillingly provide children to infertile women who belong to the higher social class. These handmaids are subjected to several medical tests on a routine basis, and are generally insignificant in the society. The protagonist, Offred, who accepts the handmaid’s role, appears as a “wimp” (Atwood, 122) compared to ...
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The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse

The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse

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... of Teacher The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse The sexual abuse of children has always been a problem in our society. Unfortunately, there seems to be no way to completely end this abuse. When child sexual abuse happens, the child who is abused can have emotional and psychological damage from the time that this happens throughout their lives (The National Center for Victims of Crime). According to Child Help, “3.3 million reports of child abuse are made in the United States involving 6 million children” (par. 1) every year. In addition, five children die in child abuse crimes each year in the United States, giving the United States the worst record from all countries (Child Help). Many of the problems ...
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The hunger game (movie)
The hunger game (movie)
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... Number: The Hunger Games The work at hand showcases “The Hunger Games” feature film, which is a story showing viewers of entertainmentwhich involves a televised fight-to-the-death of boys and girls ages between 12 and 18 from the totalitarian nation of Panem set in a dystopian future, as part of brutal retribution linked to a past rebellion. “The Hunger Games” movie film depicts an imaginary society that at some point may also reflect some essential issues linked to the present time. It is therefore the purpose of the work at hand to explore the hidden agenda or theme involved in the mentioned movie film. Here are some of the vivid concepts integrated into the movie film. The first includes social...
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Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

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... Sexual Abuse Introduction Child victimization by sexual abuse has happened across countries. Psychologists defined sexual abuse as an unwanted sexual advancement done by perpetrators using force and power which consequentially cause psychological trauma and stress disorder to victims. Studies pointed that sexual abuses are done by fondling the child genitals, breasts and buttocks or to voyeurism to evoke perpetrator’s sexual excitement (American Psychological Association, 2012). Some of the perpetrators subject victims to verbal pressure for sex, oral or genital contact, prostitution, and pornography (American Psychological Association, 2012). Often, perpetrators are those personally known to vi...
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Government Should Regulate Internet Content
Government Should Regulate Internet Content
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... 20 June Government should regulate internet content Internet has exposed the society to a lot of risks which have served to retrograde the society morally. A lot of content available on the internet is dangerous to the society. Internet is the fundamental means by which children find access to the pornography. According to compiled numbers from respected news and research organizations, every second $3,075.64 is being spent on pornography. Every second 28,258 internet users are viewing pornography. In that same second 372 internet users are typing adult search terms into search engines. Every 39 minutes a new pornographic video is being created in the U.S. (Ropelato). These videos contaminate the...
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Surrogate Mothers: Helping Infetile Couples vs. Ethical Abuses

Surrogate Mothers: Helping Infetile Couples vs. Ethical Abuses

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... Surrogate Motherhood 18 October 2009 Introduction The moral and ethical questions that arose from surrogate motherhood came about due to advances in modern technology. Without new reproductive technologies (NRTs), questions confronting ethicists and infertile couples today would have been moot and academic since the only possible recourse would be adoption. In a way, technological advance poses so many questions in similar situations such as the original proposal to ban pornography altogether but the Internet made that option almost impossible to implement. Other areas of human endeavor are also subject to conflicting views arising from technology such as the use of genetically-modified organisms...
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International Labor Organization (ILO) Child Labor and The UAE Legislation

International Labor Organization (ILO) Child Labor and The UAE Legislation

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... International Labor Organization (ILO) Child Labor and The UAE Legislation BMGN N470, Industrial Relactions Assessment Warda Al Meqbali ID#: 200220299 Higher Colleges of Technology Abu Dhabi Women's College Instructor: Jane Bourne Date: 4 June 2015 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 What is child labor? 4 Examples of Child Labor Practices In the World 5 Why Child Labor Should Be Abolished 6 TWO ILO Conventions Currently In Force Relating To Child Labor 7 Do ILO Conventions Have Been Successful Or Not? 8 UAE Legislation And The ILO Conventions 9 Conclusions 10 Bibliography 11 Introduction This essay discusses the International Labor Organization (ILO) initiatives with regard to the abolition of...
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The Existence of Social Networking Websites: the Internet Playground
The Existence of Social Networking Websites: the Internet Playground
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... The popularity of today’s technology is undoubtedly overwhelming, but very much welcomed by people all over the world. It goes without question that technology has proven itself to be a necessity in helping us survive. Indeed, it has been ingrained so much into our lifestyles such that most people find it difficult to live without technology. These days, Internet access is more available than ever and people are quick to take advantage of all the things that they can do and find online. However, the advent of the technology invasion means that we should also keep up with the times and learn as much as we could about it and from it. In so doing, we can maximize its purpose and use them to fulfil our...
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Combating Sex-trafficking in the United States
Combating Sex-trafficking in the United States
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... and Section # of Combating Sex-trafficking in the United s Slavery is loosely defined as 'employment' where a person is made to work, but is not paid for it. This sort of employment is often without the person's consent and is in poor working environments. Slaves have existed for centuries, and while they were once considered legal to own, the question is whether we today have progressed much further from those prehistoric times. In today's modern, civilized society, a world where human rights are given such considerable emphasis and so many laws, acts and bills have been passed to protect those rights, it seems that slavery would be a forgotten and lost concept. Sadly however this is not true....
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Sociological Concepts on War in the Middle East

Sociological Concepts on War in the Middle East

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... serious social problem that people of all generations suffered is war and its repercussions. Wars have always been responsible for many sociological problems especially poverty, degeneration, tyranny, holocaust etc. War has played an important role in the total degeneration of the society. Many people have suffered the evil aftermath of the war in many countries. People have lost their life and property due to severe wars. There would not be any country that has not suffered the evils of war. Many generations have witnessed wars fought for nothing but for the security of themselves. Wars can be considered as a serious social problem as it has been responsible for many sociological issues. The wars...
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Women Liberation Is Still a Fiction
Women Liberation Is Still a Fiction
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... Liberation  Women work in the offices. In many institutions they head their male colleagues. Women are found to have better success rates in academics. They are no more behind the success of every man; they are rather beside the success of every man. Men are of the opinion that they give adequate respect to their female counterparts. They feel there is equitable share of responsibilities between a man and a woman. Hence women should no more have anguish regarding their position in the society. They have achieved their liberty. Women in the present age carry on double tasking. They are considered more responsible and hence even the domestic front has to be looked after by women of the houses. The pape...
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... harassment on children Comm 1312: Writing and Research Section # 205, Dr. Runna Alghazo Laila Alaradi. ID: 01778 Assignment’#3: lit Review Introduction Child sexual abuse is a form of abuse where an adult uses a child for sexual stimulation. Child abuse exists in various forms including pressurizing or asking a child to take part in sexual activities, indecent exposure with the intention of gratifying own sexual pleasures or to groom and use a child to produce pornography. Child abuse can take place in various settings, including school, home or work (as in the case where child labor is very common). According to UNICEF, child marriage is one of the common forms of child abuse and represents the mos...
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Sex Addiction Among Teenagers

Sex Addiction Among Teenagers

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... Addiction Among Teenagers Introduction Eric Griffin-Shelley defines "addiction" as "enslavement to an activity, person, or thing that is characterized by imbalance, lack of control, loss of power, distortion of values, inflexible centrainess to the person's life, unhealthiness, pathology, chronicity, progression, and potential fatality"1. Sexual obsessions are common among teenagers and young adults. The transition from childhood to adulthood is a very delicate period for adolescents in the present society. Since early childhood, children are increasingly getting exposed to television shows and movies that insist that "sex appeal" is a personal quality that people need to develop to the fullest...
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Sexual Child Abuse

Sexual Child Abuse

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... CHILD ABUSE Introduction Sexual Child Abuse includes various ways of sexual activities and behaviors that occurs between a child and an adultperson in which an adult person victimizes a child for his sexual satisfaction and pleasure by harassing him sexually. Harassing a child often involves body contact which may include kissing , touching , anal or vaginal sex ,forcing child to strip or make child forcefully watch pornography , and exploiting children by showing private body parts and forcing them into the field of prostitution and child trafficking. Childs that are a subject to sexual abuse are often unaware of the fact that they have been harassed as they do not understand sexual abuse and...
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A guide to critical thinking and argument with readings

A guide to critical thinking and argument with readings

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... Paper: Current Issues and Enduring Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking and Argument with Readings Sylvan Barnet, Hugo Adam Bedau Current Issues and Enduring Questions is a book, which contemplates on the elements and fundamentals of critical thinking. The authors presented arguments and literature materials from various sources in order to support the conclusions conveyed by the book. It is divided into two significant chapters, which makes it a complete package for the readers to understand the ideas the book aims to impart to the intellectual market it serves. Chapter 1: Critical Thinking Critical Thinking, the title of the first chapter of the books presents the various elements of critical t...
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Child abuse in Maine

Child abuse in Maine

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... CHILD ABUSE IN MAINE 04 May 2008 TABLES OF CONTENTS CHILD ABUSE IN MAINE TABLES OF CONTENTS 2 CHILD ABUSE IN MAINE 4 1. INTRODUCTION 4 2. REVIEW 4 2.1. TYPES OF ABUSE 4 PHYSICAL ABUSE 5 NEGLIGENCE 5 SEXUAL ABUSE 5 EMOTIONAL ABUSE 5 PARENTAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE 5 ABANDONMENT 6 2.2. THEORIES 6 CHILD IN UNDER AGED 6 POVERTY 6 SOCIAL SYSTEM 7 EASY TO GET WORK FROM THEM 7 LESS PAYMENT OF LABOUR 7 RICH PARENTS ARE BUSY TO TAKE CARE OF CHILDREN 7 SOCIAL CLASS DIFFERENCE 8 LACK OF AWARENESS 8 LACK OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS 8 CHILDREN DO NOT GET THEIR RIGHT 8 THEY ARE BEGINNING IN THE SEXUAL HABIT AND CAN BE USED IN SEXUAL PURPOSE 8 2.3. METHODS 8 2.4. SUBJECTS 9 3. FINDINGS 9 4. CONCLUSION 10 REFER...
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Child Labor in Africa

Child Labor in Africa

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... Introduction The International Labor Organization defines child labor as all forms of work by children below the agelaid down in the standards of ILO. Generally, although it is subject to some exceptions this age is 15 years or the age at which a child completes compulsory schooling. It also classifies worst forms of child labor to include pornography, forced conscription of children for employment in armed conflict, debt bondage, slavery, prostitution, use of children in drug trafficking among other illegal activities, and any other work that may be perilous or harmful to the health, morals or safety of boys and girls below the age of 18 years. According to Andvig, child labor refers to labor...
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A discussion on Health Related Issues and Interventions for School Age Children
A discussion on Health Related Issues and Interventions for School Age Children
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... discussion on Health Related Issues and Interventions for School Age Children Introduction Research identifies that the most difficult stage in child development is the mid and later stages of development. Most school age children are between these ages and thus they are most affected by factors in the external environment that pose a danger to their development. A number of health related issues arise at this age and their successful mitigation helps children develop normally into adolescent and adulthood. Without proper measure in place to address these health related issues, developmental problems may arise ranging from behavioural problems to physical and mental problems. This paper is going to...
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Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking
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... Human Trafficking Introduction: Human Trafficking is known as an illegal trade of human beings especially of women and children for different purposes such as slavery, forced labor and sometimes, they are also used for commercial sexual abuse. Human trafficking is considered as an illegal but lucrative industry which holds a strong market in majority of third world countries. It is a global problem which has emerged as a global business which stands as the third largest source of income as an organized crime. Humans are sold, kidnapped or deceived by their own family members and thus, as a result they are sold further to groups who are involved in human trafficking (Kevin Bales, Zoe Trodd and...
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Future of the Family
Future of the Family
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... and Marriage Relationships: Sociology Insert Insert Insert Predictions of the families and intimate relationship in the future Cox (1997) says that as the year’s progress, there are predictions of levels of hostility and positive engagement expressed by adolescents during family interactions. These are further interconnected with increased hostility levels and positive engagement/relationships/ interactions shown by off springs and their spouses during marital interactions. Hostility that originates from the family was a whopping catalyst in particularly predicting marital and family behavior. It was later on foreseen that marital hostility would lead to a decline in marital ties and marital disengag...
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Media Industry: Censorship
Media Industry: Censorship
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... Industry: Censorship Transfer of information in the society needs control especially when the information in the media is restricted or affects the moral standards of the society. To control information flow and sharing in the media industry guidelines and restrictions are taken. One of the actions is censorship, which is indispensable in media control. The level of control depends on the state of the country and level of the target audience. In the media industry, control is placed on what amount of private and obscene information will be passed out depending on the viewers. For music, it is assumed that music cuts across the audience from children to adults as such control is increased to be accom...
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Logic and critical thinking class
Logic and critical thinking class
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... IMPACTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND INTERNET ON BEHAVIOR Impacts of Social Media and Internet on Behavior Mass media both print and electronic are a very strong tool in reaching to communities, countries, or people. Its power comes with the need to maintain care while using the media. However, many people have an image of predator on a prey as far as reporting a tragedy is concerned. It is popularly known that journalists are more interested in selling their newspapers and appearing at the top in ratings than reducing the damage their stories could be causing to the subjects (Tandon, 2007). This paper, therefore, discusses children as victims or media victimize offenders in a crime. As a result, it...
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Pastoral and social/personal education - is sex education contentious
Pastoral and social/personal education - is sex education contentious
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... Head: Sex Education Pastoral and social/personal education - is sex education contentious Sex education is an important part of our overall task of preparing children for the future. When we are stressing manners, responsibilities, satisfying curiosity or the concept of God's love, we are contributing substantially to a framework of attitudes and information which can assist us in helping children assimilate the story of growth and reproduction. If we approach sex education as separate and unrelated to other needs and expressions in life, we are saying to children that this topic does not really belong in our everyday adjustment. Feeling concerning children have about sex are controversial, and if...
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Will Youtube be the new Academy of Arts

Will Youtube be the new Academy of Arts

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... YouTube There is little doubt about the power of technology in the transformation of lives. Some people have been able to transform or develop their careers simply by adopting different types of technology. YouTube, founded in 1995, is inarguably one of the most influential social network technologies available today. The website ranks at number three on Alexa (Rowell 34). This not only shows that YouTube is immensely popular. It also shows the great potential it has on highlighting different aspects of people’s personal lives, professions, talents and aspirations (Cheng, Dale and Liu 27). It gives billions of individuals a chance to “discover, watch and share originally created videos. It is a...
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Reality Television: A Silent Epidemic Contorting Human Values
Reality Television: A Silent Epidemic Contorting Human Values
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... Television: A Silent Epidemic Contorting Human Values Eighty years after the black and white television was born in 1927, almost 99% of households in America own a television set today and 66% of these homes have three or more TV sets (TV Free America, AC Nielsen, Co.). Since then, several types of shows that aim to inform, educate, document, entice, empathize and entertain viewers have been introduced. And now, with the advent of reality shows, local television currently imbibes its viewers with a new wave of harmful and suggestive satires that pose as entertainment, reality-mirror shows and induce a subliminal desire for material wealth and unneeded physical improvements and worldly ventures. A...
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Child Labor Issues

Child Labor Issues

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... Child Labor Issues Renee J Quenneville Park The International Labor Organization’s (ILO) goal to eliminate the worst forms of child labor by the year 2016 pursuant to the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDG) is experiencing a significant setback. According to the ILO (2010), the reduction of the worst forms of child labor stalled globally in 2006 and in 2010, more than 215 million children remain engaged in child labor globally. The expansion of capitalism in the global political economy has been particularly problematic for the elimination of exploitative child labor. Increasingly, there are reports of children working in unsafe and unhealthy conditions for low wages in the global...
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Sociology Child abuse/ Violence and Family

Sociology Child abuse/ Violence and Family

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... Our Part In Protecting Abused Children Children need to be kept safe, healthy and assured of their well-being. Protecting children from harm, it seems, is the battlecry of child advocates. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) declares, "the child, by reason of his physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection, before as well as after birth". Article 2.2 further details, “States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the child is protected against all forms of discrimination or punishment on the basis of the status, activities, expressed opinions, or beliefs of the child's parents, legal...
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This is a PERSUASIVE paper arguing that VIOLENCE ON TV AND IN MUSIC causes individuals to perform physically aggressive behavior which can result in injury, and

This is a PERSUASIVE paper arguing that VIOLENCE ON TV AND IN MUSIC causes individuals to perform physically aggressive behavior which can result in injury, and

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... Rock Manickam Order No. 194333 01 December 2007 VIOLENCE ON TV AND IN MUSIC CAUSES AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR WHICH CAN RESULT IN INJURY It is difficult to imagine life without the television and music. The eyes and ears of almost everyone, particularly the youth, have become so accustomed to the beat and genre of television channels and music that entertainment and attractions seem to be the staple diet to the common folk today. To add to the glamour, there are gadgets and add on of diverse type such as MP3, iPod, DVDs, and so on, to keep the hungry viewer craving for more. Gone are the days when people used to get healthy thrills by watching old classics which were more educative and entertaining and less...
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Child Soldier Issue in Sudan, Uganda and Central African Republic

Child Soldier Issue in Sudan, Uganda and Central African Republic

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... of the of the of the The Issue of Child Soldiers Children have been ed to violation of their human rights in a number of ways all over the world. At times these violation of rights are in terms of child labor, deficiency of parental attention and even deployment as child soldiers. The current report aims at highlighting the issue of child soldiers and relates to the extent to which this problem is gaining pace and the measures that are being done to address the issue world over. Background The overall conditions of unrest and poverty in the world specially in nations belonging to the central African regions and other under developed countries such as Uganda, Sudan and developing nations like India,...
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Computers in Society: Internet for Children
Computers in Society: Internet for Children
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... in Society: Internet for Children Table of Contents THESIS MENT 3 I. INTRODUCTION 3 II. THE RISK OF SOCIAL APATHY 4 III. ONLINE ABUSE 5 IV. LACK OF SELF-LEARNING SKILL 5 V. SOME SUGGESTIONS TO MINIMIZE THE DISADVANTAGES 6 VI. CONCLUSION 7 Works Cited 8 THESIS STATEMENT Although the Internet provides numerous advantages, it is vital to be very careful in the use of the internet for children as it may possibly trigger several severe social harms in keeping with societal paradigm. I. INTRODUCTION The breakthrough of the Internet has offered numerous benefits for society and at the same time, it has also become as a source of discussion among policy makers, academics and the media due to its adverse re...
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Sexual Disconnect
Sexual Disconnect
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... Introduction Child sexual abuse involves actions that allure or expose a child into actions that lead to the sexual stimulation of the perpetrator. Andrews et al note that child sexual abuse can be analysed in several dimensions which include the age of the child, the frequency of abuse, the duration, the use of coercion or force and even the relationship between the victim and the perpetrator. The child abuse fact sheet, (2009), explains that child abuse is not only perpetrated by adults but can also occur between children, who may be of similar ages or a victim who is slightly younger. Cruise, (2004) states that acts of sexual acts of sexual abuse will involve a child who cannot or is not in a...
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Social Deviance Within Popular Culture

Social Deviance Within Popular Culture

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... Social Deviance Within Popular Culture and How the Mass Media Contradicts itself Introduction The present article analyzes the two cases of social deviance. One of these the popular reality television show ' The Girls Next Door" shows a polygamous relationship of a well-known playboy with his three girl friends. The second case is of the Texas FLDS raid on the premises of polygamous sect and removal of teenaged girls and more than 400 young children. Many of the early teenaged girls were either already mothers or pregnant. The media reporting shows change from unbiased and truthful to clear mixing of facts and fiction for these socially deviant acts. As Brantes, Hermes and Zoonen (1998) pointed...
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Argentina: Children in situation of exploitation, including physical & psychological recovery & social reintegration

Argentina: Children in situation of exploitation, including physical & psychological recovery & social reintegration

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... Argentina: Children in situation of exploitation, including physical & psychological recovery & social reintegration All across the globe, hundreds and millions of children are exploited, abused and subjected to violence. They are abducted from their homes and schools, recruited into the army, trafficked into prostitution rings and forced into debt bondage or other forms of slavery. Statistics on the number of abused children are mere estimates. In 2002, ILO (International Labour Organization) released an estimated number of 352 million children who are ‘economically active’ and continued that 246 million of these ‘economically active’ children are engaged in exploitive child labour. The estimated...
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Internet
Internet
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... NEGATIVE AFFECTS OF THE INTERNET ON MINORS s The Internet has a strong impact on our lives. Even for small children it became an integral part of their lives with lots of games, cartoons, all kinds of pictures which it may propose to use. The child learns through the monitor, because the computer is a storehouse of information which young children absorb like a sponge. The influence of the computer on the psyche of the child has both positive and negative effects. Still, I’d like to pay particular attention on negative aspects of using computer and Internet in childhood. For a child with his stormy imagination computer games can be a real disease. Colorful world, victories and defeats, interesting ri...
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Child Sex Offense in Lolita by Nabokov and Living Dead Girl by Scott

Child Sex Offense in Lolita by Nabokov and Living Dead Girl by Scott

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... of Child Sex Offense in Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov is a novel about a pedophile by the name Humbert, who gets attracted to his step daughter whose name was Dolores. Dolores was only 12 years old at the time she meets Humbert. Dolores’ mother is not aware of Humbert’s attraction to her daughter at first and eventually knows about it when she comes across his dairy. Unfortunately, for Dolores, her mother dies before doing anything about Humbert’s obsession so she remains under the care of Humbert, who entices her into having sexual intercourse with him. When Dolores learns about her mother’s death, Humbert tries to get Dolores’ mind off her mother’s death by taking her for a ...
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Child Labor in the US: Treatment and Prevention

Child Labor in the US: Treatment and Prevention

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... Labor Prevention and Treatment Children globally undergo numerous dehumanizing experiences including violent acts, exploitation, abuse and other horrors, which a child deserves not to endure. Studies contend Millions of children are currently enduring perilous labor, exposed to commercial sex, fighting as child soldiers as well as trafficking (ILO, 2110). Others undergo prohibited cultural practices such as early marriages and female genital mutilation. If social and political statutes do not protect these children, they become vulnerable to risks and social problems such as death, diseases in addition to poor mental as well as physical development. Whenever children undergo these exploitative...
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Questions
Questions
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... According to Valenti, discuss how media Lies Valenti describes how media and schools in USA are obsessed with virginity. This makes young women become nervous since it ensures that their ability to be moral is dependent on their sexuality. She explains the impacts of intense focus of chastity to young women. Media messages have led young girls from abstinence to wild commercials (Valenti, Pp 32). This places the worth of a young woman on sexuality. Morals of young women are based on sexual behaviors instead to values like honesty, kindness, and altruism. Labeling of the media and sex education damages the character of young women. She describes a dangerous connection between chastity and...
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Child Trafficking in South Asian Countries: Sex Trade and Physical Labour

Child Trafficking in South Asian Countries: Sex Trade and Physical Labour

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... growing count and the ever increasing graphs reflected by the global statistics on child trafficking is a serious sign of how socially and morally sick is our society. The international law as cited in the Article 3 of the “UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, along with the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (2000) describes child trafficking as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of children by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving...
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Is mass media a cause of moral decline
Is mass media a cause of moral decline
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... Media and Moral Decadence Mass media have enjoyed the limelight for the benefits that it has brought to the society to a point that its failures have been overlooked. The failures range from poor coverage of content and negative exposure to moral decadence in the society; where moral decadence is crucial. As a result, it is essential to evaluate mass media in order to ascertain whether it is a cause of moral decline in our society. Mass media have contributed largely to the decadence of morality in the society due to its role in lowering religious tolerance. As such, mass media have continuously portrayed the differences found within different religious groups and drawn criticisms towards them. This ...
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Protection of children.A critical analysis of violence upon film

Protection of children.A critical analysis of violence upon film

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... Abuse and Violence on Film Chapter I. The story of Victoria Climbie may simply be seen as the story of two cruel adults, one innocent child, and a breach of trust of savage, unimaginable proportions. Entrusted by her parents in the Ivory Coast to her great aunt Marie Therese Kouao so that she could be given a better life in the United Kingdom, little Victoria instead found herself in the hands of sadists --- Kouao and her boyfriend Carl Manning. When she died on 25 February 2000, she had 128 separate injuries on her body, cigarette burns, scars where she had been hit by a bike chain and hammer blows to her toes. The investigation also disclosed that she was forced to sleep in the bin liner in the...
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Computers as Enhancement to the Early Childhood Learning Environment

Computers as Enhancement to the Early Childhood Learning Environment

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... as Enhancement to the Early Childhood Learning Environment - The Introduction of Developmentally Appropriate Software to Children Aged 3-6 In this age of technological advancement, the computer may be perceived as one of the greatest inventions of man. In this light, the world is constantly in pursuance of ways to further utilize computers. One of the key aspects of human life is learning, and it is now known as a fact that the earlier the better. Many researchers today are studying the use of computers as an enhancement to a child's learning environment. Children are excited and really curious about computers. They see it as a very complicated toy that is even more exciting than television. ...
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Politcal Theory- The Liber tarian approach
Politcal Theory- The Liber tarian approach
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... Political Theory- The Libertarian Approach Libertarianism is defined as an individual’s right to freedom, which is “the right to do whatever we want with the things we own provided we respect other people’s rights to do the same” (Sandel 60). This freedom applies to the right of personal ownership where an individual has the liberty to do what he prefers in relation to his property, body and beliefs. The libertarian approach opposes and denounces any government intervention in the private lives of individuals. Government’s roles in the private lives of citizens and their activities include enacting contracts, protecting people’s property from theft and keeping peace. Sandel states that “if the...
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Interdisciplinary views, interventions& effectiveness

Interdisciplinary views, interventions& effectiveness

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... Views, Interventions and Effectiveness Conceptualization of Childhood sexual abuse and mental health psychological and sociological perspective Universally defining child abuse is impossible. However as Desai (2010) pointed out, the dominant characteristics in any abuse is the central position of an adult that allows her or him to coerce or force a child into sexual activities. Child abuse includes masturbation, fondling the genitals of the child, digital penetration, oral genital contact and anal and vaginal intercourse. Child abuse can be physical and even non contact abuse such as voyeurism, exposure and pornography. On the other hand, mental health includes psychological, emotional and social wel...
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Social Networking Websites: Caution and Objectivity
Social Networking Websites: Caution and Objectivity
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... purpose of this study is to make an assessment on the popularity of using social networking websites, identify its interesting features, advantages and disadvantages on people and society at large. Further evaluation on the security measures being implemented by the owners and other security agencies were also provided as part of the in-depth study. The setting was conducted with 5 different universities and colleges, deriving 50 participants all of which are students and mostly males. Results were obtained from dissemination of questionnaires and conducting focus group interviews. As such, features of these websites yielded the highest means (X=2.54, sd=1.27), next is the hours allocated on its...
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Art of Hans Bellmer, a Psychological Analysis
Art of Hans Bellmer, a Psychological Analysis
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... Task Art of Hans Bellmer, a Psychological Analysis Hans Bellmer entails depictions of an artist entangled by works that burrow in psychology. This explains that Bellmer’s life and productions in art encompass psychological connections. Experiences encountered during his childhood culminate to his exertions of art in later eras. While addressing psychoanalysis of Hans, it becomes intricate to refute the hypothesis of great psychologists. These entail reference to the likes of Sigmund and Jung. Therefore, this essay expounds that Bellmer contorts their hypothesis through his diverse works. The essay seeks to explore on Bellmer’s life, his artistic, psychoanalysis of his encounters and his relations to ...
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Sex and Violence in Television and Movies
Sex and Violence in Television and Movies
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... and Violence in Television and Movies Introduction Sex and violence are inseparable part of our existence since time immemorial. These are nothing but a form of expression of the state of our consciousness. If our brain is in extremely disturbed condition, it may express itself in the form of violence and that releases the excitation energy our brain and normalizes it. However, this has very unpleasant repercussions for the victim of the violence and therefore violence is bad. Sex on the other hand is expression of the desire to get in unison with the opposite sex for the sake of completion. Though it manifests in not only in opposite sex unisons only and there are cases of same sex unisons as well, ...
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Digital Image Metadata and Exif files - Forensics
Digital Image Metadata and Exif files - Forensics
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... Digital Image Metadata and Exif files - Forensics Introduction The real world images are stored in the digital form on many types of electronic storage devices such as memory cards, computer hard disks, USB and CD/DVD. These images are captured through varieties of digital cameras and cam-recorders easily available in the market. Printed images are captured through different types of scanners. The information of digital image so captured or created is electronically represented in binary digits. There are two ways in which data of digital images are represented in the digital memory; raster images and vector images. (University of Reading, 2011) Data of raster images are represented in the form of a ...
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