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    nonetheless. After a long afternoon of auditioning and having to reread for callback, I ended up with the part of the lead. At that moment I was no longer Erika Watral; I had taken on a new persona and her name was Patricia McNulty. Patricia, or commonly known as Tricia, is a middle aged married woman with two kids and a psycho husband. Her husband, Mort, is known for his practical…

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    Character Analysis Of Nora In A Doll's House

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    note, she did it for her husband's life. The fact that she had been making the payments out of money she could squeeze from her expenses and working at some odd job, says much for her mature attitude. This mature attitude was concealed from all except for one person, Dr. Rank. Rank was the only one who knew that she was a serious person under the costume of her frivolity. He was able to confide in her about his death. This was something he could not disclose to Torvald because his…

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    mother to reveal her guilt about her hasty and incestuous marriage. Finally, Hamlet does not truly know who he is, and what he is to do until the very last act of Hamlet. This essay aims to explore why Prince Hamlet has trouble becoming a moral agent. When we first encounter Hamlet, his concerns are about his mother's remarriage to his uncle Claudius so soon after his father has died. The Prince is angry because Gertrude is not adequately mourning old Hamlet's death, and due to the…

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    advocates’ reliance on the “underdeveloped brain” arguement. If brain development were the reason, then teens would kill at roughly the same rate all over the world. They do not” (Jenkins 91). The brain is not fully developed at age 25 but before those years it is being developed; before those years one is adapting to the world surrounding them. Every child lives in a different house hold, some grow up in a single parent home, drugged parents or even in a home where they are abused; not every…

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    system, and the juvenile court system. Historical Makeup The first law in India that separated juveniles from adults as a special category all their own was the Apprentice Act of 1850 which required children…

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    good start to the juvenile justice system. This would protect the child’s rights and help them in their futures. In the 1980’s we then moved to The Punitive Model. This model is the present way we run the juvenile justice system. Court cases now have more successful outcomes and juveniles can be sentenced to rehabilitation. I think this is an excellent way to handle things because the juvenile now can at least have the effort to get back into a normal society instead of ruining their lives so…

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    Broken Home Research Paper

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    of every person life. Children shouldn’t be raise in certain conditions that may affect them later on in life. My hypothesis is that I believe children from broken homes get behavioral, academic and social problems because of their unhealthy relationship between them and their parents. I will be testing my hypothesis by naturalistic observation, giving out a questionnaire, and doing individual case studies on both children and parents. I would hope that my hypothesis will correlate to my results…

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    delinquent, neglected, and dependent children. Also, during this period the law created a public policy based on the medical model that is a model of individual diagnosis and individual treatment. The underlying philosophy of the medical model was that delinquency was a preventable and treatable condition. This act created the first juvenile court in the United States that provided social reform and a structured way to restore and control children in trouble. It also provided a way to care for…

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    Coldwater Film Analysis

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    When they come back to camp they find the Coldwater councilors had been massacred by the fed up teen inmates. At the end of the movie Brad has the opportunity to get his revenge and kills the Colonel. The film concludes with the fact that “dozens of teenage deaths are on record in state run and private US juvenile rehabilitation centers”. The film makes its message clear when it states the shocking reality that “no federal laws define or regulate Juvenile rehabilitation centers”, making it…

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    Delinquency Family Factors

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    “Tell me with who you walk with and I will tell you who you are.” There is no greater influence on a child than that of a parent. That parental guidance can be a negative one or a positive one. Just because the guidance is negative in nature does not always mean that it will lead to an equally negative outcome. In this article we will discuss some potential parental and family factors that have been believed to lead to juvenile delinquency. We will also discuss to what extent family factors help…

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