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    Female Genital Cutting

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    Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting Humane or Inhumane Introduction In the United States we seem to not worry about Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting also known as FGM, because in our religious society we don’t see a need nor condone such acts. Truth of the matter is some cultures see the act of cutting or mutilating females genitals as a norm or necessity. In underdeveloped countries the usage of such act are so normal that they don’t view it as being barbaric or dangerous like we would here in the US. There has been known acts of Female Genital Mutilation by immigrants here in the US, who have fled their country but still keep their countries practices and views. These unlawful procedures have so many unhealthy risk and side effects…

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    Every culture develops rituals of initiation into adulthood. These rituals could include retreats, individual reflections, or physical examples like getting a tattoo or cutting hair. Some cultures in particular, may have more drastic measures of initiation. For example, circumcision is a surgical procedure in which the child is transformed into an adult. An initiation ritual that has stirred up quite the controversy is female genital cutting, as it is not a traditional ritual that most people…

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    Female genital cutting is a practice that up to a million young girls in 28 different countries around the world have done each year. Most of the practicing countries are in Africa but there are some in the Middle East and Asia as well. While these operations are sometimes referred to as female genital mutilation, the term mutilation seems to demonize the practitioners. Cutting however still expresses the seriousness without having to disparage the midwifes. There are three main types of female…

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    Sociological Approach of Female Genital Cutting Introduction to the Mutilation: As it stands in a massive list of cultural issues, female genital cutting (FGC), also misleadingly known as female circumcision, is a barbaric practice which occurs even to this day in different parts of the world. The term as per the description of the World Health Organization (WHO), refers to: “all procedures that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female…

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    The Price for Beauty, For Someone Else’s Pain Female Genital Cutting, FGC, is the practice of partially or completely removing the external female genitalia. FGC is also commonly referred to as Female Circumcision, Female Genital Mutilation, and Forced Female Circumcision. It is estimated that more than 200 hundred million women are recipients of this tradition (WHO). The external female genitals include the labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, vaginal opening, and the urethra (Marshall).…

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    of failure is not a universally positive motivator. In some cases it is neither positive nor a motivator. Failure may be described as the eventual and inevitable by-product of the expenditure of efforts to achieve success. A fear of failure has never been anything but an abstract to me, because I do not embrace failure as an acceptable outcome. Success may be attained by researching methods to achieve an action or by avoiding problems through observing failures of other people. In the study…

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    Taed Up Heart Analysis

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    really misses her. With every clip of her smiling there is a longer clip of him working out or doing something new at the gym. This is when the chorus plays again. This time the couple is in the car and he grabs his bottle of pills while driving. She takes them out of his hand and hands him a card. The person watching cannot tell what the card is for but it is clearly foreshadowing for something. The girl then makes him pull over and she gets out of the car still exasperated. The lyrics as…

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    Clear Cutting Effects

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    Our earth is consisted of biological importance that affects our daily life. We have invented and innovated several practices to help maintain an environmental yet economic status. Clear cutting is a prime example of this similar method. Clear cutting also known as clear felling is a logging practice in which every tree is cut down from a selected area (Clear-Cutting). This method is the most common method yet the most controversial. This practice has several effects on the economy and the…

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    Scissor Cutting Exercise

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    Scissor cutting involves open and close hand action using a pointer, index and thumb of one hand, whilst using the other to holding cutting material (Kearns, 2011). Scissor cutting help develops fine motor and hand and eye coordination and development of strength and joint stability in wrist, elbow and shoulder (Kearns, 2011). To manage to do up buttons the action requires the development of the pincher grasp, the control of thumb and pointer coming together (Kearns, 2010). Being able to let…

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    Teen Cutting Thesis

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    The Misdiagnosis of Teen Cutting “Closed?! How can the pharmacy be closed?! My meds are all gone! I can’t cope without them!! I feel myself losing control already!!!” This frantic dialogue was quite a common thing to hear in my house during my teen years. A young relation of mine had started cutting at a rather tender age. No one knew what triggered it or how it began. All we knew was that her gorgeous alabaster skin was now covered in deep, puckered brown ripples that were mercilessly opened…

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