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  • The Importance Of Homelessness

    In todays world there are many homeless. People struggle to find jobs, shelter, and even love. We could save half of the world or more is homeless. There are many foundations that try to stop hunger or try to provide for homeless individuals. Those who are less fortunate should not be punished. They should not be a nuances. We should not look at them as anything less then a person. It is true that sometimes the homeless can be disturbing but we need to help them to make the situation better.…

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  • Economic Causes Of Homelessness

    Homelessness has and continues to affect many people in the United States, such as single parents, children and veterans. No one wakes up and decides to become homeless. Homelessness, in most cases, is an economic problem. However, in other cases, it can be caused by medical and political problems as well. People become homeless for a variety of reasons such as lack of affordable housing, long-term mental illness, drug abuse, juvenile delinquency and lack of public assistance.…

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  • Summary: The Rise Of Homelessness

    In 1949, as low as six people were found sleeping in the streets of London, the rise of homelessness started to rise in the mid 60’s. As the three leading campaign groups Crisis, Shelter and Centre-point were formed in the 60’s and the ‘housing homeless people act’ came in 1977. By the 1980s and into the early 1990s, however, homelessness was again on the rise. As things such house-price inflation, rising unemployment, a more general increase in the number of people with drink, drug and mental…

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  • Volunteer Community

    One of the discourse communities that I am a part of is the Sutter Health Volunteer community. Specifically, those who work at the Women's and Children's Center (WCC) building in the Maternal Newborn unit on the 8th floor. This community has many responsibilities, goals, and shared ideas. The Volunteer Service Description document lists out all the tasks that a volunteer must perform in this community. Moreover, this document shows some of the responsibilities and objectives of this community.…

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  • How Did Hypatia Contribute To Society

    The story of Hypatia is what led her to her upcoming and how she made an impact to society. Her father Theon of Alexandria, Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus influenced her in like and learning to love and have a passion for mathematics and everything that came with it. In her time of A.D she was the only woman who made a big difference. Hypatia was a popular teacher of interesting topics. She drew attention to herself by being phenomenal at what she did. Her words embraced others as much as…

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  • The Two Main Causes Of Homelessness

    Homelessness is living on the streets, staying in a shelter or facing any other unstable situation. Today, the problem of homelessness is rather a serious matter and is widespread all over the world. The combination of a factor that leads to homelessness is different for every individual. There are several causes of homelessness, some can be extremely sad and some are just ending up in a dreadful situation that provoke serious problems. Some of the significant factors for youth and families are…

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  • Perineal Trauma Essay

    INTRODUCTION A. BACKGROUND Upbringing antenatal, perinatal and postnatal care are essential services as an effort to improve mothers and children health care. Childbirth as a physiological process must be pursued so that the process goes naturally with a minimum of medical intervention because an unimportant management of labor can harm the mother and fetus. (Kalichman, L. 2015) The majority of women who give birth vaginally will experience perineal trauma either spontaneously or episiotomy.…

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  • The Scottsboro Boys's Case Of The American Communist Party

    In what initially began as a case of whites versus blacks, the Scottsboro trial soon escalated into a trial of capitalists versus communists and a repeat of the common battles between Jews and Gentiles and North battling South. The Scottsboro boys morphed into pawns for battles where the outcome had little to do with them. Organizations fought over the fame of defending the unjustly accused nine Scottsboro boys. Through much perseverance, the American Communist Party received complete compliance…

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  • Alomar And Bell's Case Study

    In Alomar and Bell’s case there is a definite infringement on section 8 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and therefore, the photographs of Ms. Alomar holding a handgun should be inadmissible to the trial. Including this evidence would be injustice when coming to a final verdict due to the fact that it violates section 8 of the Charter which states that “everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search and seizure” The search of the photos was not authorized by the…

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  • Plastic Bag

    The following archaeological analysis, describes the examination of material remains inside a large plastic bag. The plastic bag was discovered in the old downtown district of Seattle, Washington on April 16, 2116. The remains were located in an old abandoned apartment building complex 30 feet underneath the ground in the old downtown district of the city. Several construction workers discovered the plastic bag while working on a renovation project for their construction company. The company…

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