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    For this experiment they had 5 basic research questions. The first research question was from which mass mediated, interpersonal, and other mediated sources (e.g. text messaging and e-mail) are college students getting general health-related information? The second research question was from which mass mediated, interpersonal, and other mediated sources (e.g. text messaging and e-mail) are college students getting H1N1 health-related information? The third research question was what information or knowledge do college students have about H1N1? The fourth research question was what are college students' attitudes toward H1N1? The fifth research question was how have mass mediated, interpersonal, and other mediated H1N1 messages influenced…

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    “Diving In: An Introduction to Basic Writing” by Mina Shaughnessy In this article, Shaughnessy argues that educators need to start examining their own teaching and learning processes and the complex and contextual needs of their students, instead of focusing on what students can be doing differently. She points out that basic writing students are not behind and need to “catch up” to any particular level, but there must been a more effective means of communication needs to be established between…

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    Well based off my research I found two basic guaranteed income models: The universal basic income referred to as UBI and the negative income tax referred to as NIT. The less expensive of the two models, the NIT has an income cutoff point where if you made less, your taxes are negative. This means instead of paying the government, the government pays you after you file your taxes. This may pose a problem though. Say everything is going fine and dandy, then right after filing your taxes, you lose…

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    Diet Basics Research Paper

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    Diet Basics – it seems like a contradiction of terms; Everyday we hear many people talking and arguing about their diet. But what is really a diet and is there any such thing as diet basics? By definition, the word “diet” refers to what a person eats or drinks during the course of a day. A diet is a combination of foods and liquids that provide the necessary nutrients for the body. When talking about diet basics, there are some additional aspects that must be considered: a diet usually limits…

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    Universal Basic income has direct impacts of several principles of Catholic Social Teaching and its potential to impact the social good. Intimate involvement with core values associated with the social good and individual responsibilities are prerequisite to understanding the impetus behind establishing a UBI. While further analysis is needed before it can be equated with increasing the common good of mankind, it does have several aspects that are aimed at improving the well-being of all,…

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    In my view, Venezky aligned with the value of historical knowledge, especially in teaching and learning. This explains his interest in highlighting the history of reading research. His work “The History of Reading Research” gave a comprehensive account of transition period in reading literacy. It traces contemporary issues in reading research from 1870s to 1970s. The…

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    In 2016, Charles Murray published an essay in the Wall Street Journal, in which he argues for the implement of a UBI, or universal basic income. Murray explains that implementing a UBI will only work efficiently if all welfare programs are taken away. He argues that doing this, every citizen will be forced to take care of themselves. Murray continues on to examine the effects on the workforce by explaining that “[i]t also could provide an invaluable benefit: injecting new resources and new…

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    Unfair Income Inequality

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    Introduction For several years now, Americans have been struggling in today’s economy simply due to unfair income distribution. Income inequality is a growing issue today and many economists have noticed that this issue needs to be resolved in order to see steady improvement with the economy. Barack Obama even addressed the issue himself and stated that income inequality is now the main reason why the economy has yet to make a major improvement over the years. Which makes sense in economic…

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    Got milk? That is about all I can afford with my Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits (SNAP, formally known as food stamps) along with bread and eggs, monthly. Seriously, I am a low income college student and I receive only a minimum amount of snap benefits. SNAP requirements should be changed due to irresponsible and lazy people abusing the system. Currently it is difficult for deserving people to receive SNAP benefits due to income and employment status. Being a college…

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    The students should know their major before they start college! Choosing a college major is an important part in a student life. It is the major that helps the student to know what to study. It decides the student’s career future. The major helps a student to find his correct career. If a student fails to find his right major it affects his whole life. Sometimes the students do not know exactly what they want to study once they begin their college education. When they have no idea about the…

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