A Comparison of the Method of Disciplining a Child in China and the United States

A Comparison of the Method of Disciplining a Child in China and the United States

Child disciplining is a combination of mental and emotional wellness.
The type of disciplinary action taken might influence the mental or
emotional state of mind of a child strongly. Whether the parents are
authoritative or permissive, each of them wishes the best for their kids
but the right method of discipline the latter…

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The Role of Martin Luther Kind in the Fight for Discrimination, Segregation and Racism in the U.S.

Abstract Martin Luther King is the most famous African American preacher, bright
speaker and leader of non-violent resistance to racism. The American
politician is one of the leading figures in the history of the struggle
against discrimination, segregation and racism in the United States. Martin
Luther King made a signifi…

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An Argument in Favor of Children Taking Up an Instrument

Why your child should take up an instrument. Musical abilities are only honed by few but envied by most later on in life. Often times, one will hear “Oh, I wish I stuck with my lessons when I was younger.” Parents of children in Elementary school, or of a younger age, should encourage their children to start learning to pl…

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Black Lives Matter an Activist Platform that Focuses on Violence Shown Against African Americans

This essay is about the representation of a well-known hashtag #Blacklivesmatter. The point of this will be to address that this is more than a hashtag, this is a serious issue to be addressed. This essay will go through many articles to prove the point. Black Lives Matter is an activist platform that focuses on ridding…

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A Biography of Charles Frederick Warner

Criminal Justice Final Project: Execution Watch Charles Frederick Warner is currently aged 47. He is scheduled to be executed on the date of January 15, 2015 for a crime which he committed in late August of 1997 when he was approximately 30 years of age. Charles Frederick Warner is an African American male. He was unempl…

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The Gravity of Hate Speech

The more society is educated and civilized, the more people are aware of the gravity of hate speech. Harassment and discrimination against one or a group of people based on race, gender, and etc. are strictly restrained, and our society is moving forward to create the environment where minority can live without being harass…

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The Problem of Domestic Violence in Belize

Violence against women is a worldwide problem, yet it’s still a hidden problem in Belize. Domestic violence is the most serious problem women face in Belize. Domestic violence is an abuse or pattern of bad behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over women. Most people think of domes…

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The Price of Personal Devices in School

The Price of Personal Devices in School With our modern era of consumer technology, it seems crucial to follow society’s technological advancements by buying the latest iPhone, the flattest TV, and the lightest laptop. These gadgets help our everyday lives—as technology aims to—by providing us with information, ubiquitous,…

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An Analysis of Grose’s “Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier”

Not Quite a Clean Sweep: Rhetorical Strategies in Grose’s “Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier” A woman’s work is never done: many American women grow up with this saying and feel it to be true. One such woman, author Jessica Grose, wrote “Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier,” published in 2013 in the New Republic, an…

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The Issue of Dysfunctional Relationships

Dysfunctional relationships are often based on unequal power held by
one of the partners. Power can be defined in physical terms, with one
partner being stronger or more forceful than the other, but physical power
is not the only power that exists. Having emotional power over a partner is
also a way that domestic abuse or d…

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The Effect of Globalization in Our Society

Globalization Globalization is essentially an umbrella term referring to the economic, political and technological integration of the nations and peoples all around the world. Remarkably hastened in the last few centuries due to the rapid advances in the technological means to communicate, travel and transport; globaliza…

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Debunking the Gender Pay Gap in America

Debunking the Gender Pay Gap Throughout the history of the United States there has always existed the issue of pay equality and opportunity between male and female workers. As the Equal Pay Act of 1963 was passed during the height of a century of activist conflict and civil rights progression, conventional wisdom still fi…

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The Issue of Non-Existant Feminism in Mulan

Mulan’s Bad Feminist The portrayal of feministic ideals within visual media has been a prolonged topic in relation to the perception of women in general. The 1998 Disney film Mulan, brings upon an intriguing emphasis upon a strong female lead role and thus inquiry upon the power and role of feminism. The film revolves arou…

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Court Strikes Down Ban in Gay Marriage in California, Article in NY Times

“Court Strikes Down Ban on Gay Marriage in California” – NY Times Summary, Analysis, & Response In his article “Court Strikes Down Ban on Gay Marriage in California”, Adam Nagourney informs us that the ban on gay marriage enforced by the passing of Proposition 8 in 2008 was deemed unconstitutional by a three-judge panel…

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An Analysis of Gender Inequality in a Distant View of a Minaret by Alifa Rifaat

Gender inequality has been a heated topic for the past hundred years since the start of the women’s suffrage in the late 19th century. The Nuclear family as described by Amina Wadud, where the man would ‘bring home the bacon’ while the wife took care of the house and family, was the norm for most of the world pre and post…

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Safety of Children on the Internet

There are over 2 billion people using the internet, and the number is growing every day. That’s more than 37% of the world’s population. With that many people on the internet, you have to think about safety. The internet lets you hide your true face. You don’t have to use your real name, age, address, or anything, really. Y…

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The Ways Women and Men Interact With Children

As the child of a single mother and a member of a fiercely matrilineal family, I have always been interested in the different ways that women and men interact with their children because I never experienced both sides of the story. This naturalistic observation study asks: do female caretakers (parents, babysitters, etc.) t…

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The Issue of Misogyny in If Men Could Menstruate by Gloria Steinem

WS 400 Section 003 Paper 1-Critical Analysis If Men Could Menstruate So many of us are far too familiar with the concept of needing to be discrete during “that time of the month.” We have hundreds of different ways to indirectly refer to menstruation and women have all kinds of tricks to hide their period and the product…

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The Issue of Non-Avalibility of Late Abortions

Abortion is one of the most stigmatized and politically talked about practices in the United States today. It divides political party lines and everyone seems to have an opinion on it. There are mountains of evidence showing that access to a healthy and safe abortion is critical for women’s health, and for the most part, pe…

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The Abuse of Freedom of Speech

Freedom Of Speech: Are We Abusing It? The United States is home to millions of immigrants who have come and will continue to come to the United States to seek freedom—freedom from their government, freedom to practice their religion with being discriminated against, and freedom to express themselves. Once they are here, th…

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The Issue of Violence and War in Our Society

Since the evolution of man, the human race has used both violent and nonviolent techniques to obtain peace and eventually further advance their species. Throughout history, we have acted in violence to seek and gain our rights as men and women alike. For example, in 1774, the United States fought for their freedom and gain…

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The Perspective of Immigrant Families

Table of Contents Abstract………………………………………………………………………………3 Background…………………………………………………………………………..4 Perspective of Parents………………………………………………………………4-7 Perspective of Children……………………………………………………………..7-8 Tips for Immigrant Parents……………………………………………………………8 References……………………………………………………………………………..9 Abstract This paper w…

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The Role of Pornography in the Dehumanization of Women

Robert Jenson is a UT associate professor of journalism that teaches various courses including media law, ethics, and politics. He also identifies as a radical feminist and this is the motivating voice again pornography and masculinity which he addresses in his book called “Getting Off.” Prior to his transition into femi…

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The Importance of Feminism and Suffragette

WELL DONE, SISTER SUFFRAGETTE As someone who self identifies as a feminist, I’ve always been interested in the foundation of the struggle to gain the most basic of rights; the ability to vote. Of course, and rather naively, I looked to the women in petticoats as heroes to all women, though then I had no real concept of cla…

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My Experience as a Girl Falling in Love With Another Girl

As long as a person is happy, does it matter who they fall in love with? Does it matter if it is a boy or a girl? Well I fell in love with my best friend who happens to be a girl. Elizabeth is the best thing that happened to me. We met in high school, but we only started to talk our senior year. It was a rocky start to our…

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