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    There is a need for some communities to rely on the traditional police organizations due to the existence of high-end, or serious, criminal activity which must be controlled by a directive enforcement of the laws governing any criminal activity or behavior. Today, there is a higher need for law enforcement agencies to become a more community-oriented police force to further develop a healthy relationship with their communities on prevention of the low-end, or minor, criminal activities or…

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    Can activist, more specifically community activists, successfully transition to a politician? – holding community interest over self interest and ensure the community is the creator and not object of policy. In the New York Times: Room for debate opinion section Bob Kerry, former governor of Nebraska and U.S. Senator, defines both terms activist and politician. “An activist is someone who organizes and acts for the purpose of changing a public policy or law. A politician is someone who seeks…

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    When most guys join the seduction community, they are on a mission to improve their dating skills with women. Unfortunately, there "side effects" to joining the community that most of the gurus don't tell you about in the fine print. While most guys join with the seduction community sincere desire to improve their social skills, the fact of the matter is there is a very strong correlation between joining the seduction community, and adopting weird behaviors. I'm going to talk about some of the…

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    Summary Jorge R. Sanchez, in this article “Economic Benefits of a Community College Education: Issues of Accountability and Performance Measures” focuses on a specific outcome: the economic benefits of a community college education. The importance of a two-year education is commonly overlooked. The way the government looks at wages directly correlated with higher education is sub par and needs to be enhanced. In 20 states, the primary method for judging the post-college earnings of students has…

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    One of the highlights of digital world is the impressive growth of social media. New technology inventions contribute to the expansion of social media platforms, which allow people to actively participate in the virtual community. It is obvious that they play a big part in the modern society, as the number of social media users continue to increase rapidly. Along with the benefits that social networks bring to its users, various kinds of issues have emerged, such as health and psychological…

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    topic, yet not all of the groups will be considered as a discourse community. Discourse, according to Dictionary.com, means “communication of thought by words; talk; conversation,” and community is a social group that has members. John Swales, a professor of linguistics and best known for his genre analysis is the creator behind the six characteristics that determine if a community is a discourse community. A discourse community follows Swales’ six characteristics: share common goals, has a form…

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    Revamping Community College In the article “Revamping Community Colleges to Improve Graduation Rates” it talks about ways that people of education are working to help improve the graduation rate. While I am all for more people going to college and getting degrees, I do not agree with the changes that the article suggests. One of the changes that they are trying to enforce is the idea of free college. In the article, it states that “Bills are pending to carry out President Obama’s America’s…

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    The Community College Day trip to Austin was an amazing experience. We were able to see the states capitol, get to meet representatives, and even speak to a few state senators. Although the building was packed with people it was worth cramming through. We were able to see the entire Capitol building from the Rotunda to the ground floor basements. The entire building was beyond beautiful and had an historical vibe to it. We soon learned that it wasn’t just Community College Day, but there were…

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    The United States has a unique higher education system in which it tailors to many individual’s needs. This ranges from two year Community Colleges to four year Universities. Community Colleges tends to be the most affordable however, there are many Americans that cannot afford the tuition. This is occurring because many students who apply for financial aid are required to provide their parents income. In many cases they don’t qualify for financial aid and their parents are not contributing…

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    police officers and civilians. The bigger issue at hand is to find a solution to crime. Community policing is an organized system that would be carried out by local police departments to allocate officers to certain areas. The purpose of this system is to get the police officers that are assigned to the area, familiar with the people who live there. Community policing is not new as a result of current events. Community policing was first tested by local law enforcement agencies in the 1980’s.…

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