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    other people from around the world, to this country and cannot even treat the native people of this land in a humane way. Canada can be seen as two faced, they have image that they want everyone to think of what they are, but their is a darker side to the Canada, which is their history of treating Aboriginal people the lowest of the lowest, but why? This is all because the need of power, they have the status over the Aboriginal people and anything relating to them is seen as if it is unimportant. This is wrong in many ways, because their are thousands of new migrants moving to Canada and with Harper the Prime Minister the leader of the country say that this major social issues is nothing, is teaching them as well that Aboriginal people are unwanted, this is a cycle of teaching that needs to be stopped, issues that involve the them should be one of the most important news pieces, but instead people rather read about celebrity, the people that do not even shape the cultural of Canada. Where as the Aboriginal people should be treated with the respect that they deserve because they are the founding people of this country, not the British or French, who lied and took their rights of their land because their need of power. Canada is a nation built on the abuse of the native people; if this social problem does not stop their problems will only grow and grow, until their are so important that the Canadian government cannot ignore them no longer.…

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    Legal Issues Case Study for Nursing Case 2 Nursing Situation: Cindy Black (fictitious name), a four-year-old child with wheezing, was brought into the emergency room by her mother for treatment at XYZ (fictitious name) hospital at 9:12 p.m. on Friday, May 13. Initial triage assessment revealed that Cindy was suffering from a sore throat, wheezing bilaterally throughout all lung fields, seal-like cough, shortness of breath (SOB), bilateral ear pain. Vital signs on admission were pulse rate 160,…

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    Analysis Of EEOC Vs. Federal Express

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    repeatedly asked her out on dates. She brought this issue up with her supervisor who wrote to the customer asking him to refrain from ?any future conduct that could be perceived as offensive or intimidating?. The harassment continued and the whole building, not just the tenant was taken away from her route. The courts ruled in favor of the employees even though the company had taken action to end the harassment. The courier was awarded due to the fact that no replacement building was given…

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    The Key Social Problem with Individual Autonomy in Western Society There are many problems that exist in the world today and these problems can include those that affect the social aspect of life. In the article, Individual Autonomy and Social Structure, the author, Dorothy Lee, addresses a key social problem that is experienced in Western society. The problem that Lee addresses is that we, which would be us today, do not respect individual autonomy enough. We imagine that limits placed by…

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    solutions for these problems. We are challenged to make preferential option for the poor, we are called to put the needs of the poor and vulnerable first. Let us serve as voices to those who do not have voices of their own, to defend the defenseless against injustice and to provide opportunities for their empowerment. The core virtue of solidarity is the pursuit of peace and justice. If there are no peaceful human beings, there is no peaceful world, the world is its people if we do not work for…

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    I later on, decided that I wanted to attend a 4-year University. In the midst of dealing with personal issues my brother was killed in 2011. There was an effect that changed in my life; I could no longer look at life the same. I never had experienced what it was to grieve or even how it felt to be depressed. I felt that a change was needed and a new environment. First, I transferred to Norfolk State University and next my family moved to a new home. I started a new beginning. A new beginning of…

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    been banned in a number of countries. There are two sides of the fracking debate where I’ve provided an article from both. The first side is the pro-fracking group they believe that there is no basis or proof that there are any environmental risks and the economic…

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    Safe Space Assignment

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    One social problem that Safe Space addresses is homelessness. Physical, sexual and emotional abuse, homophobia, poverty, mental illness are some of the reasons why many young adults today are facing the issue of homelessness. We know that homelessness is a social problem because “one-month prevalence estimates of homelessness among public high school students ranged from 3.9 percent to 5.9 percent of all students in Connecticut, Delaware, and Philadelphia.” (Cutuli et al., 2015). Not only does…

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    Many different societies around the globe experience many different social issues that affect the population. These issues affect the population in different kinds of ways. In the book The Giver written by Lois Lowry, Jonas struggles through making people realize emotions and finding a new way to live without the rules showing censorship. In the novel The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins, Katniss Everdeen struggles through poverty, loss, and dealing with an oppressive government as her…

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    simply the way that people feel and voice their opinions about governmental topics or societal issues, has been a significant part of America’s government for over 200 years. In the process of political socialization, individuals are able to develop their political attitudes and are not only influenced by inward factors, but also outward factors such as mass media that can often control and overpower the opinions of many citizens. Many Americans have been greatly affected by the economic system…

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