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    Background checks have been used for years. Some people think that it is unfair and others think that it is the best idea to hit the United States since car radios. But whether people like the idea or not. Background checks will never go away, no matter how hard the society tries to remove it. What some people do not know is that they used to not be this strict. You can blame the recent terrorists for that problem. Background checks are important to this country because they provide security for our people, help others chances at getting well paid jobs plus jobs in general, help your social skills in the office, and keep your records and credit reports safe. Background checks are important to the economy because they provide security…

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    the car. Also all Uber drivers are background checked, and rides in the Uber are tracked with GPS. Uber is a safe alternative to cabs. For instance, Uber uses very extensive ways to check the driver , “ The screening looks at county courthouse records, federal courthouse records, and a multi-state criminal background check, sex offender screening and a driver's record screening going back seven years” (Pell 1). Uber takes very careful precautions when hiring a driver to protect the passengers.…

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    whether criminal records are a legitimate source for information or not by exposing just how inaccurate, and often out-of-date, criminal records can be. Many studies conducted found the likelihood of employers to hire ex-offenders to be nearly nonexistent. This reluctance stems from the stigma of a criminal record. The question for this study is if an individual stays “clean” for a long period of time, then the chances of being arrested again would be greatly reduced. This hypothesis was…

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    Hinton’s novel The Outsiders, two characters are alike yet unlike each other. Johnny Cade and Dally Winston are similar because they care about one another deeply and have abusive parents. The two boys have contrasting points of view and criminal records. Thus, Johnny Cade and Dally Winston have vast differences, but have compelling similarities. Johnny Cade and Dally Winston have very compelling similarities which one is that they both care about each other deeply. For instance, Johnny…

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    Hamlet’s actions throughout the play support this deceitful nature. His dual personalities are the foundation of his madness. There are many examples that illustrate how Hamlet’s deceitful nature results in a tragedy because of his inability to choose which role to play.      In Act One, Hamlet appears to be very straightforward in his actions and his role. When his mother questions him, Hamlet says, "Seems, madam? Nay it is. I know not…

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    In the mid 1800s, the desire for public education began to strive, as many American children were not given the oppurtunity to attend public school and learn vital information that would be crucial to their adulthood. Horace Mann, also known as “the father of American public schools,” led this movement for public education. Mann was born in 1796 and grew up with his poor family in Franklin, Massachusettes. Throughout his childhood, Mann would go to the Franklin public library, with the few…

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    In 1962, noted biologist Rachel Carson published her book Silent Spring that told of the different effects poisons, such as parathion, have on the ecosystem. Soon after being published, her book gained the attention of the American public and helped to transform their attitudes towards the environment. In the excerpt Carson advocates for the ban of parathion by describing the farmers’ use for the poison as warlike, by faulting the ignorant public, and the negligent government for the poison’s…

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    Even Mr. Tawney acknowledges that he would have never done such a thing, had he been in a more public setting. He somewhat shows some awareness that his actions were wrong as he does mention that he would not have placed the pasta back in its dispenser had he been in a more formal setting, such as an actual buffet. Mr. Tawney is aware that there are social norms to abide by. While social norms may not always make the most sense, I think that it is reasonable to abide by these “unspoken rules,”…

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    Professional behavior is something that all nurses from students to experienced nurses must work through all the time. This is because nurses are at all times working within the public eye. Thus they must be transparent to uphold standards. Though this can have some drawbacks due malicious people wishing to slander nurses or vent there own frustrations. Behavior must also be maintained by the nurse themselves, always seeking to be life long long learners." A dedication to self-regulations and…

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    I did my last two practicum sessions with Constable Brain Brusse and Constable Norman Smith. Brussue is usually a School Resource Officer but he was filling in for another officer at the front desk/public service that day. Smith, as mentioned in my first essay, is part of the Traffic Response Unit of the Lethbridge Regional Police Service (LRPS). The Traffic Unit is always out and about- kept busy by drivers. I cannot say much action happens at the front desk beyond paper work and conversation. …

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