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    Dharun Ravi Case

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    It is very interesting to read how two important articles have different ideas, opinions, and information about the Dharun Ravi case. The Merciful End of the Trial of Dharun Ravi article was written by Emily Bazelon an American journalist and staff writer for the New York Times Magazine. On the other hand, Steven Goldstein a civil rights activist, professor, and the founder of Garden State Equality, wrote Dharun Ravi is Sentenced. Dharun Ravi grew up in Plainsboro, New Jersey, and was a former…

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    Gun control has gain a lot more attention, with all the shootings. According to the Brady’s campaign website “Every day, 48 children and teens are shot in murders, assaults, suicides & suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, and police intervention.” The media is able to broadcast any incident and make it a big deal. With the media always around, gun violence has gained a lot more awareness…

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    Argumentative Essay On Medical Marijuana

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    encourages local bake shops to “cook” marijuana within their foods. Holland’s tourism rates have increased slightly since the legalization of marijuana. Portugal, which has no laws against any drug of any kind. All drugs from marijuana to cocaine, to heroin are legal. Prison costs drastically changed and statistics show that the crime rate went down, including fewer arrests. It allows the law enforcement to put their main focus and priority towards catching more serious criminals such as…

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    “More than 3000 teenagers die a year due to distracted driving (Miller, Ivy. 2011).” The American Automobile Association states, “Taking your eyes off the road, even for two seconds, you double your risk of being in a crash”. When your eyes are anywhere else but the road, it is a problem. So what exactly is distracted driving? Anytime you can’t pay full attention while driving because you are doing something else, it is distracted driving. While there are many things that contribute to…

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    Many fans of the game play often downplay the breadth of the violence, saying it is minimal factor in the game play. Yet some games build a case against themselves, and reward things such as “headhsots.” Where having the adept skill to shoot your opponent in the head (a smaller, more difficult target) merit special recognition and bonus points, it makes the argument more difficult to prove. In spite of actions such as this, they hold to their opinion that partaking in these games don’t actually…

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    has always been stable in America. Today it has gotten carried away and no one really seems to care. Kids are killing themselves, obesity is at its highest, people are phone addicted, and the list keeps going on. Not many people are speaking out against it and less people are acting to change things. Society has many problems and we need solutions before it is too late. There are so many things happening right now that we don’t even know some of the major things. People ignore some important…

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    “In the years since that fateful day, Columbine has become a potent symbol of the alienation and violence that can often lie hidden beneath the seemingly tranquil surface of contemporary American life” (Rabey, Nimmo, and Scott 2). Columbine provoked fear in students/people. People were terrified that a shooting would occur at their school (Gimpel 8). That is exactly what Dylan and Eric wanted, to make a statement and leave behind a legacy…

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    With the introduction of computers, video games have become a main part of todays childrens’ and teens culture. As video games are becoming more and more prominent a lot of the old generation questions whether they are actually harmful for their children to be playing video games. Millions of studies are conducted to prove that video games are harmful at the same time others trying to prove the benefits of gaming life. Video gaming is a double-edged sword there are a lot of benefits of gaming…

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    Their is about 85% that video games will has some sort of violence. According to the media around the average of 18 year old in American witnessed 200,00 acts of violence and about 16,000 murders in video games. The scientists researches and found some risk factors in playing violent video games antisocial behavior, depression, trouble at home, delinquency, and academic problems…

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    Soderbergh Research Paper

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    In the second phase of Soderbergh’s career, the characters’ personal connection to the director becomes even less visible and the stories becomes more symbolic. Soderbergh films are all personal but they not necessarily about his own life. Soderbergh said that his real tuning point was, “I wasn’t interesting in making film about me anyone, but instead my take on things.” Soderbergh’s films moved away from the characters life and more to the issues of craft. One distinct technique of Soderbergh…

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