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Mothers In The Workplace

... about themselves. When it comes to becoming a parent, many issues are presented. The major issue for mothers is the fact of whether to work or not. Mothers are strong individuals with big hearts. No matter what the choice is, her family will still respect her for her choice. Working and raising a child is the best choice for a mother. Mothers who work, have less problems. For one this means there are two incomes in the family and it also helps with the pride of the mother. Another issue faced is the way a mother may feel about a ...

Number of words: 1752 | Number of pages: 7

Civilize The Wilderness

... for the increasing number of people in the world. We should also civilize it because we need the extra room and because we cannot live in uncivilized areas of the wilderness, at least not with all of the comforts of home. What effects will civilizing the wilderness now have in the future? Many questions can arise when contemplating civilizing the wilderness. The wilderness is being civilized for one main reason. That reason is technology. Technology plays an important role in everyone's lives today. Without it, we would not hav ...

Number of words: 515 | Number of pages: 2

The Need For An Official Language

... Printing the materials in two or three different languages costs our government lots of money, in addition, it makes the operation of the government inefficient. Everyone have to suffer from it because all this money come from the tax. Using different languages also breaks the unity of our society. People are separated by what kind of language they speak; for example, people who speak only Chinese will live in China Town. Those people also tend to hang around with the same kind of people, those who speak Chinese. There is no c ...

Number of words: 614 | Number of pages: 3

The Problems Of Conflict

... however, if you see conflict as something entirely negative, you will behave accordingly and will probably help create a self-fulfilling prophecy. The more you believe itís awful the worse it will get. Conflicts are often said to be beneficial. Some potential positive functions of conflicts: conflicts allow important issues to be aired; they produce new and creative ideas; they release built-up tension; they can strengthen relationships; they can cause groups and organizations to re-evaluate and clarify goals and missions; and they ca ...

Number of words: 5596 | Number of pages: 21

The Need For An Anglo American Lifestyle

... of a better life for tomorrow in America. The Cubans assimilated into the American culture by opening businesses, restaurants, night clubs, and by holding prominent political positions. In doing so, the Americans felt as though the Cubans were trying to recreate pre-Revolutionary Havana. However, the Cubans only wanted a better life. They had no intention of mixing with the American culture. The Japanese Americans assimilated into life in the Manzannar internment camp by making their surroundings as they were in Japan, creating lush ...

Number of words: 548 | Number of pages: 2

Unique Cultures Of The World

... various regions have developed their own particular fare. This is due to the extremes of both geography and climate that are experienced in the different sections of the country. The four cooking regions of China are Peking or Northern China, Shanghai or Eastern China, Szechwan or Western China, Canton or Southern China. Peking the largest area, is comprised of Inner Mongolia, Hopei, Honan, Shantung, Shansi, and Shensi provinces. Wheat, millet, sorghum, peanuts, corn, and soybeans are the main crops of the region. Chinese leaf, cucumber, ...

Number of words: 1608 | Number of pages: 6

Gangs

... at the way humans are influenced in society, I believe there is good evidence to point the blame at several institutions. These include the forces of the media, the government, theatre, drugs and our economic system. On the surface, gangs are caused by peer pressure and greed. Many teens in gangs will pressure peers into becoming part of a gang by making it all sound glamorous. Money is also an crucial factor. A kid (a 6-10 year old, who is not yet a member) is shown that s/he could make $200 to $400 for small part time gang j ...

Number of words: 1525 | Number of pages: 6

Existentialism

... that man is full of anxiety and despare with no meaning in his life, just simply existing, until he made decisive choice about his own future. That is the way to achieve dignity as a human being. Existentialists felt that adopting a social or political cause was one way of giving purpose to a life. Sartre is well known for the "Theatre engage" or Theatre 'commited', which is supposedly commited to social and/or political action. On of the major playwrights during this period was Jean-Paul Sartre. Sartre had been imprisoned in G ...

Number of words: 545 | Number of pages: 2

The Homeless In England

... way), but other people stopped to talk to them and buy their paper. I've used the homeless people as sources and also their paper. When I came home I searched on the internet to get information and there was a lot of it, so I choosed some headings and took a closer look at them. Who's homeless? I thought, before I went to England, that every homeless person was that by his/her own choice, but after talking to them and read about it I know that some of the homeless is that by their own choice. They choose to be homeless for different rea ...

Number of words: 1202 | Number of pages: 5

Social Structure And Its Role In Society

... an individual or one particular group; rather on the roles that each group plays in order to make a whole. Each group behaves according to the roles of the other two groups, thus forming a chain. The administrators are there to govern the school, and to ensure a proper learning environment for the teachers and students. Teachers perform their duties by educating the students and providing proper methods of learning. The student's role is to learn from the teachers and become well educated. Social structure influences the patterns of socie ...

Number of words: 361 | Number of pages: 2

The Rise Of Violent Crime In Canada

... the Criminal Justice System is not effectively dealing with the trend of violence in Canada. This would be true by way of the fact that people are not reporting these crimes to the police. Generally all the statistics that are gathered and used by the police are based upon reported crime and no conjecture on unreported crime is included in these official statistics. To fully understand what violent crime is, we must first define what violent crime is in actuality. All to often, people in Canadian society refer to general wrongdoing as ...

Number of words: 2891 | Number of pages: 11

The Many Faces Of Marriage

... she has been taught by an outside source. The ills which her people have suffered for so many years have blinded them to the subtle magnificence which can pervade even the lowliest life, and can be tapped by any imagination with sufficient motivation. As a child, Janie longs for the glorious truth which tickles her fancy through the heavenly scent of the pear tree, but the hard materialism of her grandmother and later her first husband restrain her by trying to crowd her mind with the empty trinkets which they themselves have learned to val ...

Number of words: 1311 | Number of pages: 5

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