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Zach Mann
Zach Mann
Dr. Wes Berry Literature December 6, 2016 Reflection Looking back on the class, I have to say that I learned the most from our discussions. I know a lot of the days we were in class, our discussions were 90% of what took up class time. In past literature classes, there hasn\'t been as much discussion on people\'s own opinion or views of the text we would read. Instead, it would be more about what the teacher thought the author was trying to get across or his/her own perspective of it, and we wo
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Zach Mann
Zach Mann
Criminology September 19, 2016 Writing Assignment #2 To define neurocriminology, you could break down the bases of the word with "neuro" meaning our nervous system and the other half "criminology" which is the study of criminals and crime. Neurocriminology is the study of the links between the biology of our body and our nervous system and if that has a part in committing crime. By knowing if they are linked, scientists and researchers can figure out a way to prevent it or rehabilitate it. I th
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Zach Mann
Zach Mann
Dr. Carrie Trojan Writing Assignment #1 September 2, 2016 1. I think that it depends whether or not the murder was premeditated for if the death penalty deters more or less. Also considering if the state the murder was committed in upholds the death penalty or not could play a factor. If it was premeditated or not is a factor because most people who get in a fight or get drunk and kill somebody aren\'t thinking about jail time or if they\'d get caught or what there sentencing might be if they g
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Zach Mann
Zach Mann
March 23, 2017 ENG 200 Dr. Jeong Oh-Kim Wordsworth\'s Use of Poetry John Keat\'s used his poem "To Autumn" to personify nature and use that personification to describe the feelings he had through each stage of life, or how he felt they should be personified. William Wordsworth used poetry in a very similar way. In his poem\'s "Rainbow" and "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" it is clearly seen how he portrays his emotions and his thoughts through personification of nature. That\'s what poetry is, ca
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Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
Zach Mann Western Kentucky University The Whites of West Virginia are a perfect example of Aker\'s Social Learning theory. The theory contains four main components discussing how criminal behavior is learned based on the people you surround yourself with or associate with. The beginning of the documentary starts off with different attorneys and sheriffs talking about the Whites and the different crimes that the whole family commits. They don\'t single out any one family member. They reference t
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Zach Mann
Zach Mann
September 29, 2016 Dr. Jeffery Stanley Essay #1 World Changes Vermeer\'s Hat, provides a window into the world during the seventeenth century. This was a crucial time in world history because of the culture and religion and economic changes that were occurring across Europe and Asia. Through his paintings, Vermeer gives us a glimpse just how much the world was effected by those changes. One thing that effected the world greatly and was universal was trade. As different Europeans and Asians trav
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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
4MAT Book Reviews # 3 Family to Family: Leaving a Lasting Legacy Submitted to Dr. Jon Bishop, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of EVAN 525-B12 LUO Contemporary Evangelism by Joyce Gerald February 25, 2015 Contents Abstract 1 -2 Concrete Response 2-3 Reflection 3-4 Action Steps 4-7 Bibliography …………………………………………………………………………………….. 8 Abstract Jerry Pipes and Victor Lee have written a book about God\'s inten
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In the last third of the Csik book, The Domains of
In the last third of the Csik book, The Domains of
Life, explores the different areas of creativity, and how creativity is found in every part of daily life. It was interesting to see how many artists all found some solace in their craft. They often used their personal struggles as a muse. Whether it was to mask their pain, create another reality, explain their reality, or expel all their emotions each artist drew from their pain or some of their life struggles. Depending on how a person looks at life, with enough passion for any given subject
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Alfred Wegener
Alfred Wegener
During his lifetime, he was primarily known for his achievements in meteorology and as a pioneer of polar research, but today he is most remembered as the originator of the theory of continental drift by hypothesizing in 1912 that the continents are slowly drifting around the Earth. His hypothesis was controversial and not widely accepted until the 1950s, when numerous discoveries such as paleomagnetism provided strong support for continental drift, and thereby a substantial basis for today\'s
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History 151
History 151
Bill of Rights Assignment Denial of Rights in Pre-Revolutionary America The Original Articles of Confederation that served as the governing document of the newly freed states eventually proved to be ineffective in meeting the young country\'s domestic and foreign policy needs, and a new, strong form of central government was proposed. However, the ratification of the United States Constitution in 1787 was not an easy process. Americans were suspicious of a creating a strong national government
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The Marshall Court: National Supremacy and Sanctit
The Marshall Court: National Supremacy and Sanctit
The Marshall Court: National Supremacy and Sanctity of Contracts Marbury v. Madison (1803) Holding: Established the doctrine of judicial review. In the Judiciary Act of 1789, Congress gave the Supreme Court the authority to issue certain judicial writs. The Constitution did not give the Court this power. Because the Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land, the Court held that any contradictory congressional Act is without force. The ability of federal courts to declare legislative and execu
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Iran Nuclear Deal Assignment: Typed and due Tuesda
Iran Nuclear Deal Assignment: Typed and due Tuesda
y, September 8 This summer, the Obama Administration, through the efforts of Secretary of State John Kerry and representatives from allied countries negotiated a nuclear arms agreement with Iran. The agreement is controversial with Republicans in congress generally opposed and democrats in congress generally in agreement. The agreement is COMPLICATED, and I do not expect you to fully understand it after this assignment. Rather , it is an attempt to INTRODUCE you to the issue. View the video bel
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History 151 Chapter 18
History 151 Chapter 18
History 151 Chapter 18 Key concepts: Implications of the establishment of the Chesapeake and New England regions regarding the concepts: distant authority, c hurch/ s tate r elations , f oundations of American Democracy , a pproaches to e conomic issues and the foundation for slavery. This chapter proves several examples of the origins of several concepts in the early 1600s that have lasting significance in contemporary society. Develop an answer for any three of the following in a concise but
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History 151
History 151
Exam This course has focused upon the following presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Polk and Lincoln. Assignment: Select the two presidents you feel made the greatest contribution to the country and write a 2-3 page typed/double-spaced, essay defending your choice. Include the following in your essay. Paragraph I Introduction Provide a grabber, provide brief background of the period 1763 to 1865 as it relates to the assignment and state your choices for the most effective presidents. Pa
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I did Is Bottled Water Really Better? by Lauren
I did Is Bottled Water Really Better? by Lauren
I did "Is Bottled Water Really Better?" by Lauren Tarshis. The claim is that bottled water is bad for the environment and the quote is " only about 30 percent of them are recycled" (Tarshis 21). The counter-claim is that plastic water bottled water is good. The author\'s purpose for this article is to inform because it has a lot of facts in the article I read. The evidence for the claim Lauren Tarshis wrote, "they are not biodegradable, and though they can be recycled, only about thirty percent
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Your Company
Your Company
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The fbi and atf dispute is about whether they shou
The fbi and atf dispute is about whether they shou
ld let fugitives and former criminals buy guns when they are not allowed to buy guns. The fbi requested a formal reconsideration in 2010 and they got denied the request and they are keep asking for it and it is keep getting denied. Colin kaepernick got down a knee during the national anthem to protest the police brutality and he is with the black lives matter movement and he said he is not going to stand to support the country that oppresses black people and ministries in the country and he kne
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Vote for trump or the biggest clown in the world w
Vote for trump or the biggest clown in the world w
ill get the office. I think should win is the republican donald trump because he is the best option. The three reasons why are the 2nd amendment, the tax reform, and the immigration reform. My first reason why is he wants to protect the 2nd amendment. the evidence to support this you should have the right to protect yourself at your home or anywhere. This matters because studies have shown you are safer if you carry a gun with you or at your house and are less likely to be attacked. My second r
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Continent is when we try to stop the spread of com
Continent is when we try to stop the spread of com
munism in the Cold War. It was between 2 country\'s which were the Americans and the soviet unions which is Russia today. They also tried to stop North Korea from spreading communism to South Korea and the USA tried to stop them and they did. The bad hung was that if it spread then they would be closer the western country\'s once they got the Eurosport countries turned into communism like east Germany and England in europe. The first reason is how the Berlin blockade and the airlift contributie
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Name aj wanned
Name aj wanned
Class Assignment Date Topic: zoo Question: Position: con Opening/Closing Speech Annotated Bibliography Facts/Expert Opinions when animals are not in captivity they will live longer and have better lives. Studies have shown that animals in captivity will have more stress and get bored more easy than in there natural habitat. Removing them from the wild will endanger them more in the wild but in the zoo they will have them for a while and they will keep breeding mor of them and not bring them to
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Just Don't Do It
Just Don't Do It
Just Don\'t Do It Most steroid use is used in baseball, which I would never think do it because it would be a stupid idea since there are some many risk with taking PEDs, but the younger guys do it so they can get a edge on other people. Steroid use is a problem because most athletes use steroids at least once in their life, and raising awareness of this issue will help because young athletes will know it won\'t help them in the long run or in long term when they might use it. Now when I young
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Filipinas detro de cien anos
Filipinas detro de cien anos
Filipinas detro de cien anos ( "The Philippines a century hence")  (lit. "The Philippines a century hence") is a socio-political essay written in four parts by Jose Rizal. It is one of the most significant political works of the Filipino Reform movement in Spain, Rizal tracing the circumstances that brought about the awakening of the Filipino and consequently the birth of the Filipino spirit of a nation. He underscores the need to establish a new kind of political relationship between Spai
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Layag, Libunao , Limongco , Mangawang & Manliq
Layag, Libunao , Limongco , Mangawang & Manliq
Layag, Libunao , Limongco , Mangawang & Manliquez What performance problems is the captain trying to correct? The performance problems the captain is trying to correct are the behavior of p olice men making poor, inadequate or incorrect , and incompetent reports, even if they do good works outside in helping society. Their insufficient reports cause them to lose cases in courts. And policemen find it unchallenging and boring, and they are not interested in doing such paperworks . Use the MA
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RESONUS CORPORATION- CASE STUDY
RESONUS CORPORATION- CASE STUDY
Choy is normally a quiet person, but his patience has already been worn thin by interdepartmental battles. Choy joined Resonus Corporation, a hearing aid designer and manufacturer, eight months ago as director of engineering. Production of the latest product has been delayed by two months, and Choy\'s engineering services department (ESD)—which prepares final manufacturing specifications—is taking the heat as the main culprit for these delays. Similar delays have been occurring at Resonus f
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RIZAL : PHILIPPINE NATIONALIST AND MARTYR
RIZAL : PHILIPPINE NATIONALIST AND MARTYR
RIZAL : PHILIPPINE NATIONALIST AND MARTYR By: Austin Coates Biography Austin Coates (1922-1997) was a British civil servant, writer and traveler. He was the son of noted English composer Eric Coates. Austin Coates wrote extensively on topics related to the Asia-Pacific region, particularly Hong Kong and Macau. He was first connected to the East through his service for the Royal Air Force intelligence in India, Burma, Malaysia and Indonesia in the Second World War. After the war, he
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RIZAL WITHOUT THE OVERCOAT
RIZAL WITHOUT THE OVERCOAT
By: Ambeth R. Ocampo Biography Lamberto R. Ocampo , better known as   Ambeth R. Ocampo   (born 13 August 1961) is a   Filipino   historian, academic, journalist, cultural administrator and author best known for his writings about Philippines\' national hero   Jose Rizal   and for   Looking Back , his bi-weekly editorial page column in the   Philippine Daily Inquirer . He has served as the   Chairman of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines   in 2002 and of the   Natio
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Texas Executive Breach Assignment
Texas Executive Breach Assignment
Glenda Pineda Houston Community College Abstract Looking in depth into the vetoed decisions made by Governor Greg Abbott last year on June 21, below is stated three different vetoes and the way in which he defended his decision. Aside from this there is also the view of the writer from which either supports or opposes the view of the governor and is also supported with evidence.This encourages the citizens in being able to relate to the real life circumstances and how it can be experienced by e
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Linda Pineda
Linda Pineda
Environmental Science 1301 Dr. Pollack 9 November 2016 Beetle Populations The purpose of this experiment was to be able to analyze the rate of reproduction for a beetle population. This date will continue to either increase or decrease and will determine the different factors that have a role in population. The organism that was chosen was the flour beetle and the reason for choosing this beetle is because they are small, they have short life cycles, and they require little care due to the fact
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Linda Pineda
Linda Pineda
Arts 2379 Dr.Darragh 16 September 2016 Live music Response Paper Vanessa Mae- at the Birmingham Symphony Hall 1997-Classical Violinist I do not know much about music other than the fact that I like to listen along to it on the radio. One aspect that is interesting is that both of my sisters are musicians, one is a violinist and the other one plays the saxophone so therefore i have been to many of their concerts in order to support them. As I was watching this video I was able to compare and con
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Glenda Pineda
Glenda Pineda
Philosophy 19 March 2017 The definition of recollection according to the internet is described as the action or faculty of remembering something. In the society that we live in today the experience of recollecting is described best as a memory. Although it can be best suited as an act as simple as a recalling an event there is also a different point of view from which it can be seen. A way of learning and how it is embodied in present education. It can all lead back to Phaedo where it is stated
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Shahem Majali Berlin 11
Shahem Majali Berlin 11
Shahem Majali Berlin 11 8222 1Althausen Mobil: 962-772809610 [email protected] Ernist and young AG Sarah Müller frankfurt Althausen, 25.04.2017 Bewerbung um ein Praktikum im Bereich Rechnungswesen, Ihre Anzeige auf https://tas-ey.taleo.net/careersection/gcam01/jobdetail.ftl Sehr geehrte Frau Müller. Meier, ich beziehe mich aut Ihre praktikum aut Ihrer Homepage mit der Referenznummer 12241 und bewerbe mich hiermit tur die ausgeschriebene Position als Steuerberater . in Ihrem praktikum
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VII. Course Schedule
VII. Course Schedule
VII. Course Schedule Please view eLearning course page for day by day information, assignments, etc. Week Dates Subjects Reading/Assignments due ( readings due Monday , unless otherwise indicated) 1 Jan 10, 12 Intro & Gospel Background Supplemental Reading: Intro to the Gospels 2 Jan 17, 19 Gospel Background Matt 1-7 Matt 1-7 Supplemental Reading: Matthew 3 Jan 24 , 26 (Global mission week) Matt 8-13 Matt 8-13 4 Jan 3 1 Feb 2 Matt 14-21 Matt 14-21 5 Feb 7, 9 Matt. 22-28 Matt. 22-28 Assignme
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The Origin of Emotion and Effect on
The Origin of Emotion and Effect on
Research Proposal Pauline Onyu Kim Cairn University 2016, 12/6 Abstract The origin of Emotion that is either caused by appraisal to feel the emotion or mood contagion affected us to feel emotion will be explored. Random assessed partners are going to spend month as roommates in certain apartments and lead them to fill out certain questionnaire everyday. Also partners are going to explain their emotion to their partner every Saturday about their emotions during this week and explain in their own
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Mood Contagion The automatic Transfer of mood be
Mood Contagion The automatic Transfer of mood be
"Mood Contagion" The automatic Transfer of mood between persons Pauline Kim Introduction M ood is s om ething very complex. P s ychologist researched on how emotion or mood is experienced in individuals. The article of "Mood Contagion" tells about the theory and experiments t hey have done to research about whether mood is contagious to another individuals . In this article , the author claims that emotions are usually arise from different forms of cognitive processing (Clore, Schwarz & Con
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Terence Tufuor
Terence Tufuor
Senior Design Technical Report 01/20/2017 USING ACTIVE INFRARED FOR EYE DETECTION AND TRACKING INTRODUCTION The birth of computers, especially personal computers introduced the need for human-computer interfaces. We needed a way to interact with these devices in a simple and intuitive manner. Input devices like the keyboard, mouse and pointer have made it very easy to send instructions to these devices and make them do what we need them to do; whether is work related, entertainment etc. But wha
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Terence Tufuor
Terence Tufuor
Senior Design Technical Report 01/20/2017 USING ACTIVE INFRARED FOR EYE DETECTION AND TRACKING INTRODUCTION The birth of computers, especially personal computers introduced the need for human-computer interfaces. We needed a way to interact with these devices in a simple and intuitive manner. Input devices like the keyboard, mouse and pointer have made it very easy to send instructions to these devices and make them do what we need them to do; whether is work related, entertainment etc. But wha
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Terence Tufuor
Terence Tufuor
Senior Design Technical Report 01/20/2017 USING ACTIVE INFRARED FOR EYE DETECTION AND TRACKING INTRODUCTION The birth of computers, especially personal computers introduced the need for human-computer interfaces. We needed a way to interact with these devices in a simple and intuitive manner. Input devices like the keyboard, mouse and pointer have made it very easy to send instructions to these devices and make them do what we need them to do; whether is work related, entertainment etc. But wha
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Judy Felner
Judy Felner
Dr. Baumgartner Animals and Society This paper will talk about the driven hunting expeditions in South Africa. In Alldays, South Africa they have these hunts that are referred to as driven hunts. These are hunts that you have to make a reservation for and pay good money to attend. When you reserve your spot on this hunt, you pay for chasers to line up and scare the animals into running a certain direction. The hunters are sitting on raised platforms for a better shot at the animal. The animal t
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Judy Felner
Judy Felner
Dr Tardi 11/30/16 Jewish Mobsters vs Italian Mobsters It is common when people think of organized crime to immediately think of the Italian Mafia. This assumption is understandable given that the Italian mafia was single handedly the most lethal aspect of the 1920\'s. Although the Italian mafia was threatening Jews were also participants in organized crime. Through the examination of the Jewish mob and the Italian mob, it is evident that there are both cultural similarities and differences. Two
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Judy Felner
Judy Felner
Dr. Tardi Italian and Italian Culture 11/23/16 The Similarities and Differences of Al Capone and Meyer Lansky In the 1920\'s, American lifestyle changed dramatically. Prohibition became a very big deal in America which led to an uprising in crime. Illegal businesses including bootlegging, gambling, prostitution and being hit men were big time money makers. The uprising of organized crime, led by mobsters, ran the show when it came to these illegal activities. This organized crime was the Mafia,
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Judy Felner Psychology of Sport Motivation Define
Judy Felner Psychology of Sport Motivation Define
Judy Felner Psychology of Sport Motivation Define the PST (Motivation). - Motivation in its simplest definition can mean the direction and intensity of one \' s efforts. Motivation can be broken down into three different types. Type one is Intrinsic Motivation and type two is Extrinsic Motivation and type three is Amotivation. Intrinsic motivation deals with the feeling of trying to better oneself internally and those who try to master a task. Extrinsic motivation deals with receiving tangible
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Judy Felner
Judy Felner
Dr Tardi 11/30/16 Jewish Mobsters vs Italian Mobsters It is common when people think of organized crime to immediately think of the Italian Mafia. This assumption is understandable given that the Italian mafia was single handedly the most lethal aspect of the 1920\'s. Although the Italian mafia was threatening Jews were also participants in organized crime. Through the examination of the Jewish mob and the Italian mob, it is evident that there are both cultural similarities and differences. Two
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Judy Felner
Judy Felner
Professor Park Sociological Theory 12/5/16 Impact of Social Media Usage in Students\' Academics Social media and social networking has reached the levels of other mass media among users of various age demographics and is now considered to be one that mostly affects members of society due to its ease of use and accessibility to most people. Its success is based on the main idea that more information can be passed on to other people using an extensive network, either closed or open and consisting
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Judy Felner
Judy Felner
Dr. Fernandez Income Inequality The gap between the poor and the rich has stretched to its widest levels since time memorial. Economic inequality also referred to as the gap between the poor and the rich, wealth disparity or income inequality consists of the differences in the income and wealth distribution. Typically, the term, the gap between the poor and the rich refers to inequality among groups and individuals in the society, but can as well refer to inequality among countries. The gap bet
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9/20/2016
9/20/2016
Taize Prayer Reflection Let us set the scene. Pure, rich silence, the church lights dim; on the altar, the floor and the steps, there are dozens of candles which flicker in silence. It is an absolutely astonishing sight. This particular prayer service happened on world prayer day and that weekend, Mother Teresa was going to be indicted a saint. In the pews of the annunciation chapel, a little less than 30 people sit and watch the flames as the service begins. There is a faint piano playing in t
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9/17/2016
9/17/2016
My conversion story is a unique one. Most conversion stories talk about finding God and finding where their faith is. My story is quite the opposite, I was not born into an extremely religious family and I was not forced to attend church. I did, however, go to church for a very long time. I always felt a curiosity toward my friends who were from families of faith, but generally didn\'t feel left out - all but one of my friends came from fairly non-religious families. I entered high school exter
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Jamela Miska
Jamela Miska
Thursday September 29, 2016 was a night to remember. It was the night of the fall lecture given by Dr. Anthony Gittins, it was based around his book "Where There\'s Hope, There\'s Life: Women\'s Stories of Homelessness and Survival." This book consists of twelve short, deeply compelling personal stories about the lives of those in poverty. Though, being at the lecture in real life was a very fulfilling experience. He is the author of fifteen books on theology and on our mission and spirituality
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Professional Ethics
Professional Ethics
03/08/2017 4578354688840 Right to Treatment of Minors PYAPY352 Jamela Miska7900035000 Right to Treatment of Minors PYAPY352 Jamela Miska Treatment and Minors In my scenario, I have been faced with a sixteen-year-old girl who comes into MOCSA and wants to speak to someone about a recent sexual assault but will only talk if she is promised that her parents will not be told. It seems she is distraught and does not want her parents to know about the case because they had forbidden her to continue s
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Shultz
Shultz
Social Media 4/28/2017 Putting Your Privacy on a Pedestal. Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and many other social sites are constantly on the rise and our privacy on the internet and those sites has become a concern because sensitive, personal information is used for purchases , communication,  business and sometimes gaming . We would never share sensitive, personal information wi th a stranger in the real world so why would we do it online? All it takes is one person among tens of thousands, who use
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02/08/2017
02/08/2017
Countertransference In my scenario, I have been placed with a woman, Pat, who reminds me of an ex-lover and talks frequently about her marriage and soon to be ex-husband. All of this seems to be pretty natural because others have previously reminded me of my ex-lover, Dana, with no issue and others also often talk about their lives outside of their work and how certain decisions could impact their work. With this, I was faced with a dilemma, how do I make sure my unresolved feelings for Dana do
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