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Communication Progresses Between People
Communication Progresses Between People
Social Issues · 783 words
  • In today's hustle and bustle of everyday life, men, women, and children walk past one another without even a friendly smile or hello. As global technology grows, communication between individuals gets more distant and less personal. Even in families, messages are left on the answering machine or...


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Welfare
Welfare
Social Issues · 2,882 words
  • . Whether you collect it, or you pay for it (and for EVERY working American does one of the two), most citizens of our country are familiar with it. Yet as every second of the day passes, more and more of my money and yours is being allotted to this growing epidemic called . The...


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The Pressure To Be Perfect
The Pressure To Be Perfect
Social Issues · 663 words
  • In today's competitive society, a person strives for perfection, due to the fact that so much emphasis is placed on one's outer appearance. No matter who we are or where we live, society puts this pressure upon us. We are typically faced with this pressure by models on television and in magazines....


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Voyeurism
Voyeurism
Social Issues · 527 words
  • is one of the many coercive paraphilias, which means that it involves victimization or the absence of consent. is seeking sexual pleasure by secretly observing another. Another name for the behavior is 'peeping' or 'peeping Tom'. The activity brings on sexual excitement. Many people will take...


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Third World
Third World
Social Issues · 485 words
  • "" was a contentious and politically loaded concept, which had often been used in a pejorative manner. It is important to remember that the concept is a "social construction" and while our language does reflect our own world-view, the intention behind our speech is equally as important....


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Republicans! Unfavorable Acts Caused The Rise Of The KKK
Republicans! Unfavorable Acts Caused The Rise Of The KKK
Social Issues · 1,059 words
  • The years after the civil war were frustrating times for the Americans. New laws and rules were posted for which to abide by and due to the outcome of the civil war, the people from the south had now to accept the new slavery laws issued by the political parties and congress. This created turmoil...


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Life With Bureaucracies
Life With Bureaucracies
Social Issues · 2,467 words
  • Primary groups, which are parents, relatives, and friends, play an important role in our lives. Today, however, we spend most of our time in secondary groups such as schools, factories, government offices, or banks. We refer to these types of organizations as formal organizations, which are...


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Why Are The Homeless Homeless?
Why Are The Homeless Homeless?
Social Issues · 888 words
  • ? There are many homeless people out on the streets of the large cities in this great nation. When unemployment still hasn't gotten near zero and new jobs are being created every day, people are starting to ask why there are still homeless people in the alleys and on the sidewalks of this country....


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Leadership
Leadership
Social Issues · 230 words
  • Alison Hendrick Mrs. Graham 1-17-13 6[th] hour Essay is defined as the position of a function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group. is perceived in many different ways. It has been categorized into five groups: head, expert, manage, lead, and...


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Child Labor In History
Child Labor In History
Social Issues · 1,320 words
  • Child labor first appeared with the establishment of the domestic system. The domestic system was a process through which entrepreneurs would purchace raw materials that would be "put out" to the homes of many families and be made into finished products that could be sold by the entrepreneurs. The...


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Constructive Criticism
Constructive Criticism
Social Issues · 723 words
  • could be considered a paradox. "Constructive" implies the intention of advancing a good purpose or to provide help. Conversely, "criticism" (of course) suggests that an individual or item is being judged severely, and the feedback returned in a harsh manner. Constructive criticism, in principle,...


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Proposal on Racism
Proposal on Racism
Social Issues · 161 words
  • The problem of racism is a complex one; it is difficult to characterize it or place it into any one category due to its far-reaching effects and implications. It is evident, however, that moral issues generate social concerns which, in turn, must be dealt with by political means. Therefore, if the...


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Road Rage And Its Avoidance
Road Rage And Its Avoidance
Social Issues · 1,123 words
  • He cut me off.' 'She wouldn't let me pass.' 'Nobody gives me the finger.' 'I would never had shot him if he hadn't rear-ended me.' 'He practically ran me off the road'what was I supposed to do?' These and many other frightening 'reasons' came from those who were associated with incidents that...


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The Problem With Affirmative Action
The Problem With Affirmative Action
Social Issues · 1,386 words
  • One of the problems with affirmative action is that it is not based on economic status. A poor minority has the same chance for advancement under affirmative action as a rich one. Critics have raised many questions about that practice There have been charges levied by critics claiming that...


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Children and Television
Children and Television
Social Issues · 152 words
  • Children should be allowed to choose any television program that they like because of 2 reasons. First, watching television is a window which helps them discover many things about the world. There are many useful programs on television that helps them know more about the world like they will...


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