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  • Greenlease Kidnapping Essay

    The Greenlease Kidnapping An Institute for small children in Kansas City, Missouri called Sister Morad of the French of Notre Dame De Sion was having school on September 28, 1953. As the children were having school, there was a knock at the door and as one of the teachers opened the door to a woman who said she was the Aunt of Bobby Greenlease. Robert Cosgrove Greenlease Jr., refer to as Bobby, was the six-year-old son of Robert C Greenlease Sr. Robert Sr. was a weathly automobile dealer who resided in Mission Hill, Kansas City, Missouri. Bobby’s Aunt informed the teacher that Bobby’s mother had suffered a heart attack and taken to St. Mary’s Hospital. His aunt appeared visibly upset and she continued to apologize to the teacher for her condition. When the teacher got Bobby, she did not tell him of his mother’s heart attack. This last time the teacher, Sister Morand, recalled seeing Bobby and his aunt, was when they got into a taxicab. Around 11:30 that day, Sister Marthana called the Greenlease home to ask of Bobby’s mother. As the teacher talked to Bobby’s mother, she realized the information was false. Mrs. Greenlease, Bobby’s mother quickly called her husband and told him to rush home. When Mr. Greenlease arrived home, they notified the police chief in Kansa City. As the police heard the news, they quickly called the FBI. The FBI arrived in Kansa City and started questioning everyone. They started with the cab driver, Willard Person Creech, first because he was the…

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  • Mcdonaldization Of Mcdonaldized Society

    its operations in pursuit of profits for its corporate executives. They continue to brandish themselves under the guise of McDonalds brand only because of the cultural capital it has amassed makes it easier to make profits, but if the brand ever became too toxic it is simply expendable. There are some operations though that McDonaldization does seem to exist symbiotically with, this being the temporal expansion of McDonaldization into the sector birthing and life. It must be considered that…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: How Giving Birth To My First Child

    I used to think that giving birth was overrated and believed that the emotional rollercoaster leading up the birth was insincere. In my opinion, giving birth had always seemed frightening, long and most of all painful. Surprisingly, my whole outlook on giving birth and its emotional impact changed when I gave birth to my first child, Joy. I remember the day as if it was yesterday, despite the fact that it took place almost nine years ago. It was a rainy Sunday in February when I invited my best…

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  • The Strategic Triangle: Public Value And Public Structure

    Public value, or the value an organization contributes to society is a key judge of the effectiveness of organizations. Value is determined by what the public prefers. An organization is tasked with the role to manage and adapt assets in order to best maximize public value. As both the public and non-profit sectors perform in an environment that undergoes persistent change and imposes resource limitations, it is imperative that strategists use a framework that increases value. The Strategic…

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  • Communication Climate In Relationships

    Communication climate is the emotional tone of a relationship (Adler and Proctor II, 346). In other words, communication climate can either be positive or negative depending on how the person is treated. Significant others, or people whose opinions we value play an important role in this. For instance, if a person’s significant other such as their parents create a negative communication climate, that person might have difficulties when it comes to communicating with their parents. This will…

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  • The Stereotypes Of Being A Middle Child

    I have the privilege of being a big and little sister, so as you can guess, I am the middle child. When people here the term “middle child” they cringe and think of the typical stereotypes, forgotten, trouble maker, attention seeker, but being a middle child to me is opposite of those stereotypes, it’s a blessing. My sisters are the biggest blessing in my life, there names are Jillian and Bella. Jillian is my older sister and we are only 18 months apart, so we both went through our awkward…

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  • The Importance Of Planned Parenthood

    many images can pop into their heads. To some, Planned Parenthood is a wonderful place where they educate the population and provide medical services to women who cannot afford the regular services. To others Planned Parenthood is a horrible organization that sells the fetal tissue of the babies aborted. No matter what people’s views on Planned Parenthood, I believe that the government should finance Planned Parenthood because; Planned Parenthood educates all types of people on various topics,…

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  • Parenting Styles Survey

    parenting styles were: “I’m responsive to my child’s feelings and needs.”, “I explain the reasons behind my expectations:”, “I explode in anger towards my child:”, “I remind my child that I am his/her parent:”, “I find it difficult to discipline my child:” and “I ignore my child’s bad behavior:” (Robinson, Mandleco, Olsen & Hart, 1995). The third survey was White-Campbell’s Psychological Birth Order Inventory (PBOI), which consisted of forty-seven questions that required “yes” or “no” answers.…

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  • Sibling Rivalry In The Bible

    Over centuries, birth order and rivalries between siblings have played crucial roles in the development of social and family structures. It is not just suburban moms who face the struggle of making sure there is no animosity among their children: even Adam and Eve’s sons competed with each other to an unheard of degree. Competition between siblings had been a part of humanity for as long as humanity has been around: Adam and Eve, Joseph and his brothers, Remus and Romulus, and now today in our…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Sex Education In Schools

    Sex education is one of the most controversial topics taught in schools.There is a reason why when a sex scene comes on and everyone in the room stiffens in fear and avoids eye contact. The subject of sex itself is painfully awkward for both parents who don 't want to talk about it with their kids and the kids who hate to discuss it it 's their parents. The stories about parents who are outraged over the "vivid descriptions" of sex to their children is a staple to the school year. Sex ed…

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