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    A database object in a relational database is a data structure used to either store or reference data. The most common object that people interact with is the table. Other objects are indexes, stored procedures, sequences, views and many more. When a database object is created, a new object type cannot be created because all the various object types created are restricted by the very nature, or source code, of the relational database model being used, such as Oracle, SQL Server or Access. What…

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    The research done in relation to anime and children’s aggressive behavior explains, “Most of the anime character shows a great skill of fighting, in which most of the students would learn and imitate from their observation through those programme” (Omar, Binti & Iza, Sallehuddin…

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    In the today that we live in, we tend to beg for validation from anyone and everyone who may offer- family, friend, lovers- and in recent decades, we’ve extended our efforts to acquaintances, friends of friends, and not uncommonly- total strangers. Social media (SM) was created in mind of being…

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    possible intervention strategies to increase social skills in one high-functioning student with autism. “Billy” was observed in six 45-minute periods in a middle school self-contained 12:1:1 classroom setting. He was observed during his science class and data was recorded based on an antecedent, behavior and consequence data scale and an informal interview with the student. Billy’s behavior includes vocal outbursts and speaking in accents, awkward social relationships and inappropriate…

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    In the world we live in today, social media usage is increasing over time and individuals consider social media a key component in their life. Undoubtedly, social media is a useful tool for everyone to communicate easily, yet it can have a harmful impact on individuals. When making a social media account a person is under the belief that it will allow them to engage with people more and enhance their relationship with their friends and family, but with that comes other problems. This research…

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    learn because it can decrease social isolation, and equally, influence their health and their mind. Even so, this notion is disapproved by many advocates who oppose to assure that technology can harm their health and decrease face-to-face communication. Most of these critics are overly dogmatic and opinionated in their belief that they fail to look at the conception from a different perspective. The use of technology in elders’ daily lives can not only enhance their social and mental capacity…

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    The World of Internet and its Effects on Social Relationships There have been many studies conducted on the various features of the Internet, its connection to social media, and how it influences intimate, and professional relationships. Though many scholars believe that the advent of the computer age, coupled with enormity of information available on the Internet, has enabled people, young and old, to access many areas of knowledge (Morris & Stevens 2007). On the other hand, some results…

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    (2001). Ecological systems theory. Theoretical Perspectives For Direct Social Work Practice: A Generalist-Eclectic Approach, 65--82. Vvc.edu,. (2014). Bronfenbrenner developed a model for conceptualizing all the many environmental influences on a child’s life and socialization. Retrieved 26 August 2014, from http://www.vvc…

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    With this being said, both similar and different ideas are discussed by Rodriguez and McCarthy. First, one main similarity includes the idea that one must conform in order to succeed in education. In addition, both Rodriguez and McCarthy explain how social aspects effect success in school. These two elements are absolutely essential in order to be successful in academics and as a writer. Richard Rodriguez…

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    Did you know that there are more than 260 species of monkeys (Bradford, 2014)? Now, before you ask yourself, “Who Cares?”… Be nice, I do. I’ve always had a serious fascination with monkeys; everything about them reminds me of humans, from their mischievous behavior to their overt physical resemblance. All I ever wanted to do was hug and squeeze it and feed it bananas, dress him up and walk and hold its hand. They are the cutest little things I have ever seen. With all that being said, obviously…

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