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    the United States while disclosing their sexual identity. For instance, the Midwest and Southern states are difficult areas to live openly as a person who identify themselves as LGBT. Disclosure and non-disclosure of one’s sexual identity can be difficult for lesbian women because they think about the severity of the consequences. If lesbian women resides in a region that values heterosexual identity only, then she may encounter severe consequences of disclosing her sexual identity. Researchers used Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological theory in this study to provide a conceptual understanding of the environment of lesbian women. Bronfenbrenner’s theory is consisted of four systems: Microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem, and macrosystem. The microsystem is a system in which the individuals interact with family members, schools, churches and other groups (van Dam, 2014). Next, the mesosystem includes the interaction between the microsystems. The exosystem includes a domain in which an individual is influenced indirectly such as social support through…

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    Pokemon Black Monologue

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    ... you probably can't tell, but I'm living up to my title of Lord of the Sighs at the moment. Some of you might remember the SoulSilver Scrublocke back in, what was it, early June? Totally forgot to continue that. I decided to just scrap that project altogether and play one of my favorite Pokemon games thus far, Black, because I'm black, too. Genius jokes are genius. Now, for those who don't know what this is, allow me to explain. A Nuzlocke is basically a more advanced way to play the in-game…

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    Pokemon Research Paper

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    A bit of Pokemon history to begin, Pokemon has been around for twenty years. Pokemon was created by Satoshi Tajiri and developed and released by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures or better known as a trio joint company Pokemon Company or Pokemon Company International. Which was not official until 1998. The first sets of games were released in Japan on February 27, 1996, under the name Pocket Monsters Red and Green for the Nintendo Game Boy. While it has been here in the United States under…

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    Pokemon Essay

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    basically consist of a group of complete strangers that meet up in an area where there use to be a lot of pokemon in their effort to catch them all. From my personal experience I can say that this is true, since the announced of pokemon go I have met new people, especially whenever you are outside and go to these certain areas where there are always pokemon, there are always too many people that you have the opportunity to hang out with all of them and start new relationships. Another worthy…

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    The purpose of this review is to look at some of the issues that involved the Impact of Low Attendance at Church. This is a short review and not a complete study. This literature comes from the ATU Library. The search criteria used , The Continuing Relevance of Fami8ly Income for Religious Participation: U.S. White Catholic Church Attendance In the Late 20th Century , Decline in Female Happiness in the United State, After the Fall: The Impact of Government Regulation on Church Attendance in…

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    B. USDA/FNS--what? The USDA/FNS has been mentioned a few times through this point. You may have questions as to what they do. Here is an overview of what they do. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is a fully federally funded program through the United Stated Department of Agriculture/Food and Nutrition Service (USDA/FNS). SNAP is administered through each state under the policies prescribed by FNS. In other words, they are directly responsible for making sure that SNAP (and…

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    There are a variety of factors that can explain why this is the case. There is a lack or presence of civil society, the state controls the economy, the people are disadvantaged, the location of the Middle East and North Africa is disadvantageous for democracy, and the culture of the region can impact the government (Bellin 2004, 139-141). In The Robustness of Authoritarianism in the Middle East: Exceptionalism in Comparative Perspective Eva Bellin argues that these factors are not enough and…

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    competition, and coercion. The simplest explanation of policy innovation is the act of learning, where states learn about other alternatives being practiced by other states (Berry & Berry, 2014). By augmenting their political knowledge, other policy makers are inspired to incorporate some changes into their own state. Exploring polices for inspiration however takes time and effort, forcing policymakers to take short cuts by narrowing their attention to neighboring jurisdictions or choosing to…

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    Domestic Violence Outline

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    Thesis In most reported cases there is not enough information or knowledge of the detail events, violent and sexual crimes against children occurring while in state custody. Much of these findings are due to an extreme lack of supervision, oversight, inadequate documentation and/or follow ups. Outline I. Introduction A. Why isn 't policy and procedure enforced in our state agency? To protect the most vulnerable of our society from violent and sexual attacks from those who have sworn to…

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    LITERARY ESSAY “Strength lies in differences, not in similarities,” -- Stephen Covey. Stephen Covey is a famous lifestyle author and has explained in his quote that diversity creates strong societies, whereas sameness makes weak societies. Societies are better when the people are all unique because of the different attributes contributed. With sameness, there is no variety and no change and no growth. Having a community with identical citizens is like a sagging chain link, but with…

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