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Sexual Assault

April 4, 2016 | Author: | Posted in social issues, social sciences

STDs and increased likelihood to participate in high risk activities . Women who have been sexually assaulted are more at risk for all of these negative effects than women who have not been sexually assaulted (Campbell , Sefl , and Ahrens , 2004 Women who are raped have a very difficult healing process ahead . …

Social Risk

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in social sciences, sociology

Social Risk Every crime that is committed against person has serious consequences apart from the direct ones . Every violent crime , like rape , assault or physical attack has dramatic consequences for its victim . People , who survived violent crimes , said that these attacks changed their lives forever , as after being …

Race & Gender

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in psychology, social sciences

Racial and ethnic diversity in a university can be considered as one of the factors that may determine how open to cultures the university is In the case of University of Colorado , Boulder , there is a significant number of minority students that pursue degrees in the school . Although the school is situated …

Describe a potential classmate that you believe you could learn from either within or outside a formal classroom environment.

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in psychology, social sciences

Classmate Cultural knowledge is of great importance for contemporary society because in the global world it is necessary to set friendly relations and working contacts with all the cultures and countries . Therefore classmate belonging to different culture gives an excellent opportunity to know more about family values and beliefs , communication peculiarities of other …

College students who work 30 hrs a week and study 21 hrs a week over the course of a 16 week course: Do working 30 hrs a week and studying 21 hrs a week results in poor academic performance?

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in psychology, social sciences

Introduction Caffeine , by any measure , is the world ‘s most popular drug , easily surpassing nicotine and alcohol . It fuels late-night test crammers long-distance truck drivers and , sometimes , endurance athletes Caffeine , the world ‘s most popular source of pep , is not only in coffee but also chocolate , …

Analyze the “October 1917 Russian Revolution.”

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in political science, social sciences

[Name of writer appears here] [Course name appears here] [Professor ‘s name appears here] [Date appears here] Russian Revolution The events of March 1917 ended a heretofore unprecedented phase in Russian history . The 56-year period between 1861 and 1917 was the merely era under the tsars when Western influence was all-encompassing in Russia and …

Thatcher`s European policy

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in political science, social sciences

Thatcher ‘s European Policy 2007 Thatcher ‘s European Policy I . The Characteristics of Thatcher ‘s Policies I .1 . Margaret Thatcher ‘s journey Margaret Hilda Thatcher or also known as the Baroness Thatcher was one of the world ‘s most respected leaders . She was the prime Minister of the United Kingdom for almost …

From Color of Violence “Disability in the New World ” by Nirmala Erevelies and “Crime.

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in human sexuality, social sciences

From Color of Violence Disability in the New World ‘ by Nirmala Erevelies and Crime Punishment , and Economic Violence ‘ by Patricia Allard are two essays that ultimately made me think : exactly where do we draw the line Disability ‘ first of all , lacks any kind of cogency that the author attempted …