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    space. This was definitely the case the day before thanksgiving. The entire Market was filled wall to walls with patrons. There were tourists, locals or people visiting for the holiday, but they all had one goal in mind: food. The abundance of people made it difficult to navigate and in turn get their food, but no one was deterred. Furthermore, no one was annoyed by the amount of people present. Everyone understood their place and the place that they were in, and were respectful towards both. This stems from the fact that there is an understanding that this place belongs to everyone. No individual sect has claim over Reading Terminal Market, and in that sense makes the Market an ideal example of a cosmopolitan…

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    Increased Customer Trust/Satisfaction A mobile POS system will eliminate the tiring process of having to refer back to a stationary terminal to continually update inventory counts as they are tallied by hand or eye, then written down and logged for referral. An employee can use a mobile POS terminal with inventory reports to check the stock, then make any necessary changes right on the terminal, streamlining the process. This also eliminates fatigue, which can raise the likelihood of human…

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    The Memorial Union Bus Terminal From A Social Context Approach During these eleven weeks in LDA 01, we have discussed several approaches to the discipline of environmental design. Some, but not all of these approaches are the social context, ecological, participatory, artistic, and the cultural competency approach. For this project in specific, I decided to analyze a site using the social context approach. For me, this approach is the most interesting and crucial when planning a project. The…

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    continues to evolve leading to an increase in average lifespan, so why would anyone want to cut their time short? Physician assisted suicide (PAS) is a fairly new concept in medicine, it “Occurs when a physician facilitates a patient’s death by providing the necessary means and/or information to enable the patient to perform the life ending act” (Physician Assisted Suicide, 1995). Due to the nature of the act, there have been major ethical and social issues surrounding PAS. Many believe that it…

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    longer worked. The only thing left for her now was death, which would not come swiftly. Everyone watching longed for an end to their loved one’s suffering, wishing that there was a more immediate solution to her pain. No one realized that there was another option, an option that would bring their loved one peace, an option that would end the pain, physician-assisted death. This sad story is the reality for so many terminally ill patients as they near the end of their lives, and it is no secret…

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    individual experiences pain, is up for debate. We don 't know how another person experiences pain - physical pain or psychic pain. Some of these clinics where assisted suicide or euthanasia is practiced, they call it 'weariness of life. '” (Toews). For many years, those dubbed with the burden of cancer and other terminal illnesses have to suffer through a slow and painful death in the end. However we respect animals with these illnesses more than our own kind by putting them out of their…

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    an influenced option. Another positive aspect of an assisted suicide is that a patient who is terminally ill and chose to go through with the assisted suicide is also not going to be a burden to their family, due to the fact that many people who are suffering from an illness believe the fact that they are a burden to their families and the only way they cannot be a burden is to go through with the physician-assisted suicide. Another positive side about an assisted suicide is that if a patient is…

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    Throughout the world, many hundreds of people have been diagnosed with terminal illnesses. Some of these illnesses are very painful and can cause suffering to those diagnosed until they eventually pass away. Today, a few countries have legalized a method to circumvent this suffering; it is known as physician/euthanasia assisted suicide (EAS). In America, a handful of states have legalized this new medical approach but there is still a lot of opposition for moral and religious reasons. Most…

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    Physician-Assisted Suicide

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    Physician-Assisted Suicide is a very prominent current event being documented today as science and medicine continue to make advancements. However, this is a very misunderstood topic throughout social media and national news, causing many people to have various views on whether or not it should be allowed. Even though some people feel that PAS is unethical, because people are allowed to change their own fate, when people are diagnosed with incurable, terminal illnesses, they should be allowed…

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    top concern. Patients with terminal illnesses should not have the ability to willingly end their own lives. It should be illegal for a doctor to administer euthanasia because it goes against the Hippocratic Oath, eradicates any chances of consensual research and testing, and defies the principle that a human life is priceless. It would be unethical to allow people to end their own lives if treatment is still possible, as this would go against the principle of “first, do no harm”, as stated by…

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