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  • Daddy Dearest: A Women Who Seemed To Suffer From Depression And Anger Issues

    The case study Daddy Dearest was about a women who seemed to suffer from depression and anger issues. However, throughout the therapy themes such as loneliness and issues with her father came up often. As I was reading the case study, the clinician seemed to work well and interpret what Theresa was stating to him; however, on one occasion, the therapist stated that he had overreached when interpreting a statement Theresa had made. I realized the negative effects a statement can make to the…

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  • Flaws And Flaws In The United States Legal System

    Sometimes in the United States legal system there are flaws that are glossed over in favor of convenience. This system has been supported by the fact that the legal system is recognized for quantity of cases that it solves rather than the quality of the cases. The average American citizen is actually the main cause for these flaws due to their lack of understanding of the legal system as a whole. Unless a case is particularly devastating the average citizen won’t even hear about it, but will…

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  • David Hume On Civic Virtue

    yet contrasting, views on civic virtue and its relationship with political well-being. While Hume articulates that through proper checks and balances liberty and government will be protected from an amoral statesman; to the contrary, Witherspoon states that without a proper moral footing any government is destined to fail. Witherspoon’s assertions are supported by the French philosopher Montesquieu. In contrast, Price makes statements that protect Hume’s declarations from the contrasting…

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  • Taser Gun

    To legally possess or purchase firearms or ammunition, residents of the state of Illinois are required to have a FOID card. The new initiative taken by the state of Illinois was that they will no longer be accepting the paper application of the FOID card application. They are now doing an online FOID card registration process. Some may say this new online initiative was non though out well by the state, but The Illinois State Police website can reassure everyone that this was a well thought out…

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  • Confidentiality In Group Therapy

    information that is shared the more effective group therapy is more likely to be for that individual and even other individuals (Johnson PhD, 2015). In group therapy, “duty to protect and warn” depending on the states laws, would still apply…

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  • The Importance Of The Insurance Industry

    industry due to the bailouts stemming from the financial crisis of 2008. Currently, state governments regulate the insurance industry. Proponents of federal regulation argue that states are inefficient in the duty of insurance regulation. Additionally, the federal government has economies of scale and may offer an increase in efficiency unlike state regulation. There are advantages to both sides of this debate; however, states should still be given this responsibility. The federal government…

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  • Welfare State Model

    The role of the state in the economy is a very current and debated issue. Should the government be narrowed down as an institution and an observer, or should it have an active role as a regulator and intervener? Especially the financial and bank crisis of 2008 raised the question of the government’s role within the economy – people wondered could the crisis have been avoided if we would have had stronger government intervention. Some people argue against a strong economic state, stating that too…

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  • No Child Left Behind Reform Essay

    emphasize on funding, achievement rates, and school responsibility over the students’ progress. An online article named The New Rules, states that “it is the most sweeping education-reform legislation since 1965”. This Act was meant to guarantee the quality of education that children are receiving in the United States. The No Child left behind reform lead to the Common Core State Standards. Pros:1 Test Scores Improved. The No Child Left behind Act…

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  • Colonialism: Isomorphism And The Emergence Of The State

    through the distribution of wealth throughout the state or in other words serving the capitalist class. (Dickovick &Eastwood, 2016) This is seen through past history of colonialism in order to achieve free markets in Europe and fulfill capitalism. In an international viewpoint, neo-colonial exploration can take place in order to fulfill these needs in the state and correlate with the division of power. Thirdly, this theory rests upon how the state should be structured. The theory revolves…

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  • Texting While Driving Research Paper

    “It’s better to lose a minute, than your life in a minute”. Texting while driving has been a big issue not just in the United States but also all over the world. Each day there are more accidents, injuries and even deaths, caused by the distractions of our cell phones. The only way to prevent these accidents is to make texting and driving illegal. Texting while driving causes so many distractions, for example it can divert the driver’s attention from the road (“Should Texting…”). When the…

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