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    fundamental component in fulfilling social needs. The appropriate food can make or break business negotiations, express romance and affection on anniversaries, or simply mark the trivial, yet sentimental bimonthly coffee date had with a lifelong friend. In this context, food is symbolic of “comfort, home, and love” (Anderson 83). A tool that allows the optimization of sociability, which is ultimately, a means for survival. But what becomes of survival in the absence of social interaction? For a…

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    Treatments Studies of pica show that there has been very little amounts of investigation done based on community-based research for people with pica (Gravestock, 2008). In other words, there has been little research done on individuals with pica whom do not live in an institutional setting and live within their communities. In order for an intervention to be a successful treatment, it must diminish the behavior 70%-90% from the baseline (Williams & McAdam, 2012). This successful treatment…

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    in listening skills enables an user to carry out communication with efficiency. This effective communication skills is something that every individual benefits from: wether it be in their workplace, or in the sector of education- or even in their social life. And, a very effective way of enhancing one 's aural skills- in…

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    other members. It will involve social interaction, snacks and a chance to discuss current issues they are experiencing in daily life as well as ways to cope with them. The value in this is addressing things that can negatively impact an individual with dual-diagnosis. It will serve to: 1. Provide snacks for those who may be lacking in meeting their daily needs 2. Allow for group members to deal with anger or daily stressors in a safe environment 3. Provide social interactions and an…

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    Escapism is something I believe everyone does, be it consciously or sub-consciously. Personally, I believe it’s healthy for the mind and ones self-esteem. Other however may find it to be a waste of their time or pure “fantasy”. This essay is purely opinionated so don’t take any of this as fact or claim it as fact. Firstly what is escapism? Well google says: “The tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in…

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    the major theories in social work practice is object relations theory, this theory stems from psychodynamic theory. Though object relations theory is a much disputed theory in which many theorist have contributed, two of the most well known theorist with regards to object relations theory were two pediatrician Donald Winnicott and Margaret Mahler. Though both theorists have different views they also have many commonalities. According to the reading “Theories for Direct Social Work Practice”…

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    In todays society we, as children, are groomed to fit into the traditional gender roles by the purchases of gender-specific toys (ie. Trucks for boys, easy bake ovens for girls) as well as the purchase of blue and green clothing for boys and pink for girls. Many don’t even realize that they are ingraining things such as gender role in their children from such an early age. Some, however, break the mold and allow their children to cross the gender barriers that we as a society have set up and…

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    Within the last few years, race relations and social justice problems have really sparked many controversial debates and responses. To add to the racial tension problems within America, land distribution and the extraction of land from property owners have also been a key topic of discussion. With the #BlackLivesMatter Movement in America and the Oregon Militia Standoff in full effect the government must now realize that their citizens of their once simple country has evolved to new heights…

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    What is a relational database? It is a database that stores the information about both data, for example for a person detail that is link with their car details that they have bought it from the company. The data and relationships are showed in an entity which is in a flat, two dimensional tables. We would use a relational database in a company such as a car company so when they want to store their customers information and what car did they buy, they use a relational database which stores the…

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    The benefit of using a relational database is that it can help the efficiency of data storage by avoiding data duplication. It is very easy to change data and the format of it which can be added or removed easily. The data can only be stored once so no more than one record change is needed. Relational databases are used to work together by primary key and foreign key as this creates a link between more than one table. By this it can use the attributes and entities within the database which makes…

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