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    Lebanon Correction

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    Entering into Lebanon Correctional last Wednesday, I had expectations and prejudgments of the inmates that I prepared for myself mentally. With Lebanon Correctional being a third level prison, the exterior of the facility has barbed fencing and security, housing various criminals who have committed felonies. Before meeting the inmates, I expected them to be of the stereotypical dramatization that is portrayed in the media: intimidating, cold, threatening, possibly even sociopathic. With the list…

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    As any social issue, abortions are one of the many topics that everyone seems to have an opinion on. According to the 2012 Merriam-Webster dictionary, an abortion is, “the termination of a pregnancy after, accompanied by, resulting in, or closely followed by the death of the embryo or fetus as a spontaneous expulsion of a human fetus during the first 12 weeks of gestation--miscarriage, the induced expulsion of a human fetus, or the expulsion of a fetus by a domestic animal often due to infection…

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    nurture debate in terms of how the mind works and how much we are impacted by our surroundings. Although Kevin may or may not have been borne with psychopathy, it is clear that Kevin is the way he is due to the lack of affection received from his mother, the…

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    Overview The documentary Boys of Baraka, produced and directed by Heidi Ewing, and Rachel Grady is about 20 at risk boys from Baltimore, Maryland, who were selected to spend 2 years at a boarding school in Kenya, East Africa. The Baraka school is intended to change the attitude and behavior of their students, and give them specialized instruction to meet their educational needs. By removing them from their negative environment, it allowed them to focus on their education and themselves. The…

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    father is classified as being able to provide economically for his family (Carrett, 2016) but a father often being away from the family can have a substantial impact on both his parenting skills and the connection formed between his children. The past vs. present argument can come into play that in modern society there is an increasing number of stay at home dads and mother breadwinners. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (2014) actually states that the number of stay at home fathers has…

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    “Love is a beautiful thing, or is it just made up words spoken between two individuals trying to say the only thing that comes to mind never really understanding, grasping or realizing what true love is....” ~ L. Osborne Introduction My Theory of Personality Love difference theory believes that love is an un-equivalent emotion displayed differently by each individual. As a child your parents display their love for you by providing the basic necessitates needed to survive; food, water, and…

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    Guy de Maupassant’s writings are a few of the best ever written due to his famous climatic dénouement. His stories typically reflect underlying social issues of the era. Within his short story, “The Necklace”, women are depicted in a negative manner. This leaves the question, are Maupassant’s writings influenced by society or life events? There is evidence to support both these theories. However, it is clear the 19th century society shaped his short story. Considering society’s 19th century…

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    In 1963, a psychologist at Yale, Stanley Milgram, performed a study on the obedience of humans. The purpose of the study was to research “how easily ordinary people can be influenced into committing atrocities” (McLeod). The main research question was “for how long will someone continue to give shocks to another person if they are told to do so, even if they thought they could be seriously hurt” (“Milgram Experiment”). To study this, “40 males, aged between 20 and 50, whose jobs ranged from…

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    Ambidexterity in the Martial Arts My thoughts on ambidexterity go back to early childhood, long before I had even known there was such a word to describe being able to use both sides of the body with equal ability. When I was a child entering elementary school in the first grade during the middle 1960’s I had naturally started to learn how to print and write using my left hand. However, much to the dismay of my teacher and my parents, the thought of me writing with my left hand must have been…

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    Marketing Advantage Of Nestle

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    Benefits of direct marketing: Buyers • Home shopping- fun, convenient and hassle free, time saving, larger variety. • Comparative shopping possible- browsing through online catalogues. • Somebody else other than buyer can order goods. • Business customers- learn about new products & services- time saved in meeting sales people. Sellers • Buy mailing lists- any group : left handed, overweight, millionaires • Personalize and customize the messages- build continuous relationship with…

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