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    They believe by educating the generations to come they can learn about the reparations nations have made that resulted in greatly damaging culture or communities. In addition, it is another way Armenians can preserve the riches of their culture (facingtoday). In 1986, the United States found in a survey that 41 percent of Armenian immigrants, 43 percent of first generation, and 69 percent of second-generations, completed a college degree. Another survey, the 1990 U.S. Census, found similar results and showed that 41 percent of all Armenian-ancestry adults reported that they had some college training, with 23 percent of men and 19 percent of women (everyculture). Another thing to mention is that Armenians believe that having a degree means you are educated. In which, they believe that having this education will lead to success in their career development. Having a “good” name will generate the respect and trust to become successful…

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    LGBT Case Study

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    Marcus is a 16 year old African American male who was living in Pine Hill, Alabama with his both parents. Recently, Marcus was kicked out the home because his parents, who are conservative Christians, learned that Marcus is gay. After, Marcus was caught shoplifting in Midtown Mobile at the Walmart off Hwy south of Interstate 65. Mobile is the third populous city in the state of Alabama. According to the U.S. Census reported Mobile population estimates at an approximate 195,111 people living in…

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    the last Census shows the population at 1.76 million residents (Kasuba, 2015).” “The U.S. Census Bureau shows the median household income to be $41,184, and the people below poverty level are 24.5% (Wayne County, 2015).” The economic unemployment is approximately 7.7%, which is down from before, but it is still higher than many other states (United States Department of Labor, 2015). The major…

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    Ethnic Space In Pomona

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    I believe Pomona, California is an ethnic space. Pomona was once a teeming populace of the ideal middle-class. The city consisted of 86% percent Whites and 15% Hispanics during the 1970s, according to the United States Census Bureau. In the 1990s, Pomona experienced a downfall in socio-economic status, was deprived of its middle-class glory, and the flooding of a new ethnic space. Hispanics now occupy Pomona at a staggering 70%, while Whites occupy 48%, according to the 2010 United States Census…

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    Cyber Safety Of Children

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    Cyber Safety Cyber safety is more important than ever. Especially when your child is using the internet, as a parent you want to make sure that your child is safe. With more and more electronic devices with internet access, how do you make sure that your child is safe when using the internet, social media accounts or apps? According to the Census Bureau, in 1984 only 8.2 percent used a computer, in 2011 it increased already to 75.6 percent per household. In 1997 only 18.0 percent of Americans…

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    Jamaican Wom Case Study

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    Today’s society consist of many diverse populations. Our nation is full of people from all sorts of ethnic backgrounds. The government conducts a survey of the census and provides information regarding the diversity of the nation. However, some individuals are lumped into a category and their culture is misrepresented. How would you feel about being called an African American when you are Jamaican? Would you lose some form of identity? Let us begin by exploring an assessment conducted on…

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    The Census Bureau

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    constitution, it became necessary to conduct a census. The census was necessary to determine the number of seats a state was allowed in the House of Representatives according to the U.S. Constitution. The first census counted “the number of free white males age 16 and over, free white females, all other free persons, and how many slaves there were” (United States Census Bureau). The first census took more than a year to complete. The results were posted in two public places so anyone could see…

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    Hernando County is a county in the United State of America, located in Florida. According to the U.S. Census Bureau taken in 2010, the population of the county was 172,775 and is estimated to be at 178,439 in 2015 (United State Census Bureau). Hernando County is located in the workforce development area number 16, which also includes Pasco County. The population of Pasco County for 2015 is 497,909 (United States Census Bureau). Workforce development area provides information on the counties’…

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    In the city of Cleveland we have multiple Public Safety Agencies, which include law enforcement, fire departments, and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The area where I want to focus on is the Fire Department for my Community Risk Reduction Action Plan. I will take a look at the Fire Department and community for W.41st St. Cleveland, OH and the obstacles that are faced internally and externally. For But to get the true understanding of the community risk reduction one must understand what the…

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    Girl Scouts Cluster Analysis

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    extracurricular organizations such as the Girl Scouts. For this project however the variables were going to be determined by an outside source. The source for almost all of the data that was going to be used in this project was going to be the US census, more exact the American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS was used over the 2010 census because the ACS data is four years more current than the last census. There is no question that race was going to be a variable for diversity, as diversifying…

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