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  • The Impact Of Racial And Ethnic Disparities In Health Care

    patients and their providers, mistrust, language barriers. Services for interpretation and translation should be provided in the community if the need exists. Equal access to the same health care products and services are often deferred to avoid fragmentation of health…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Selective Breeding

    Introduction The purpose of my research paper was to define and expand on what animal inbreeding and selective breeding is in the Herpetology world. I have provided definitions of both along with the pros and cons as well. Once done, I hope you will have a clear understanding of the uniqueness of each along with the positive and negative aspects of both topics. Both topics are allowed to be very objective, subjective, or opinionated; however, in the end, inbreeding and selective breeding…

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  • Corporate Nomadism

    contention that people do not know their neighbors as they used to. A journalist for The American Spectator, Janice Shaw Crouse’s article, “The Loneliness of American Society,” supplies many factors that may have affected the drastic increase of fragmentation of the family circle and disintegration of family life, including neighbors. For instance, “The number of people who indicated that they had a neighbor with whom they could confide has dropped more than half since 1985 - from around 19% to…

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  • Windy City Sociology

    Chicago, Illinois often referred to as the Second City or the Windy City has recently taken on a much more ominous nickname, Chiraq. The dubious title that entails that a major American city share similar traits to the worn torn country of Iraq comes about from the dramatic and unfortunate rise of gang violence in the city and metro area. Despite success in curbing crime from its peak levels in the early 90’s the decrease is no more, crime has come roaring back in the Windy City, leaving many…

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  • Essay On College Sleeping

    As a college student we have encountered many nights of what we call “college sleeping” which is the process of power sleeping and waking up and studying again. I decided to write my paper based on the problem with sleeping schedules and how it actually affects the human physiology of a person. As a consequence the process of sleeping is beneficial versus non-benificial. Lack of sleep often leads to many psychological and physical burdens such as cognitive impairments, emotional stress, high…

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  • Freshwater Threats

    1. Approximately what percent of the global population lives in areas where either incident human water security or biodiversity threat exceeds the 75th percentile? (p. 556) a. Nearly 80% of the world’s population lives in areas where either indecent human water security or biodiversity threat exceeds the 75th percentile. 2. Fig. 2 shows how biodiversity threats along a river (i.e. from headwaters to ocean) can vary depending on where the human population and its resultant impacts lie. For…

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  • Urban Sprawl

    degrades economy, land and biodiversity, water, energy, air and climate. As people shift to the outer edges of the city, agricultural land is lost which leads to a decrease in crop production, and causes loss of species habitat by terrestrial fragmentation. Increased energy use and carbon dioxide emissions are also results of urban sprawling (1). In addition to urban sprawling, urbanization directly affects aquatic life. In the United States, major cities lie along the coast and depend on…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Paleoanthropology

    Within the field of paleoanthropology, many controversial subjects and debates are intertwined in the field of study. The subject of what constitutes a new human species materializes tension within the field. The debates that arise from paleoanthropologist tend to be personal. This results from ambition and lifelong quests for recognition, funding, and fame, can make it difficult for paleoanthropologists to admit when they are wrong (Luskins). Therefore, research released by paleoanthropologist…

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  • The Expectancy Theory In Consumer Brand Engagement Self-Selected Brands

    Emotional dimension on CBE-O, not foreseen in ET since the effort to outcomes relationship should be fully mediated by [brand] performance. The fact that a given effort is directly affecting outcome, regardless of brand performance, may reflect the fragmentation of meaning and the complexity in the consumer-brand relationships (Jevons et al., 2005). Brand building conceptual models (Ghodeswar, 2008) follows a sequential order to deliver consumers promised benefits and delivering brand…

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  • Similarities Between Socrates And Machiavelli In The Prince And The Same Prince

    turmoil and economic instability, Socrates would not be supportive of Machiavelli’s concept of a good prince. Their concepts of an effective ruler are completely different – the extent of their similarities are their experiences with political fragmentation and war. Both aim to establish a long-lasting government, but Machiavelli believes a ruthless ruler without regard to morality is needed, while Socrates would suggest a virtuous ruler is vital to establishing a stable government. In The…

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