Comparing the Effectiveness and Benefits of an Outpatient Treatment with an Inpatient Treatment

Comparing the Effectiveness and Benefits of an Outpatient Treatment with an Inpatient Treatment

This research was found in compliance to the articles written by Dr. AC Hahn, Mrs. Sandra Wilson, Mr. Mark Lipsey, Ms. Emily Tanner-Smith, and Dr. Lewis Finney Abstract There has been many research done to prove that outpatient treatment can be just as effective and beneficial as inpatient treatment. This paper examin…

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Roe v. Wade: A Case That Started the Controversies Surrounding Abortion

“Because of the impact on the woman, this certainly is a matter of such fundamental and basic concern to the woman involved that she should be allowed to make the choice as to whether to continue or terminate her pregnancy.” Sarah Weddington, a pro-choice Texas attorney, was quoted this in her oral argument in Roe v. Wade….

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American Immigrants’ Struggle With Assimilation

Struggle of Assimilation Incredible pressure strangles American immigrants, from the moment they step onto United States soil, throughout their struggles to make better lives for themselves, all the way to watching their first-generation children begin to understand their alienation among their stark-white peers. With verb…

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An Overview of International and Domestic Violence

Introduction Since September 11, 2001 terrorism has been a constant fear for the American people. This event brought the United States closer than it had been since the Revolution, some could say. This has forced many law enforcement departments and security companies to adopt counter terrorism programs. New officials are…

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The Reevaluation of Gender Roles Through the Proposition of the GAAP Conceptual Framework

Gender, Shocks, and Assets: Sources of Resilience Ruth Meinzen-Dick simply covered the ecological, social, economic, and political factors that come into concerning the division of assets, rights, and land between the male and female gender roles as represented through the GAAP Conceptual Framework. She argued that assets…

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A Study of the Black Lives Matter Social Movement

In the City of Chicago, shootings seem to be at an all time high. The rising controversy of the shootings of unarmed African Americans exists not only in the City of Chicago, but many major cities and urban areas. Widely public instances include the fatal shootings of Michael Brown of Ferguson, Trayvon Martin of Florida, an…

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Gay Boy Scouts Can Succeed at Earning an Eagle Scout

Bearing Witness: Can a Homosexual Boy Scout Not Soar? As I walked into my good friend Aaron*’s eagle scout ceremony last year, I expected it to be an enjoyable day full of laughter, good food, and reminiscent speeches by retired troop leaders. What I found instead did consist of everything listed previously, but it also co…

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The Different Types of Animal Cruelty

Animals everywhere are suffering the consequences of Animal Cruelty. From people hoarding animals and not giving them their proper needs to live, to people forcing their dogs to fight each other like boxers! (no pun intended) People everywhere are trying to put an end to Animal Cruelty. There are people everywhere still…

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The Distortion of Competition in America and the Unequal Distribution of Wealth in Different Classes

The distribution (or lack thereof) of income in America finds its footing in the dismantling of Main Street values and the distortion of one of America’s favorite pastimes – competition. It is under the guise of ‘competition’ that large corporations have pitted states against each other, and in this tournament of states it…

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A Call to Amend the Rules for Gay Men Donating Blood

I have chosen to advocate for changes to the FDA rules pertaining to gay men donating blood. Up until last year, the FDA deferred all men who had ever had sex with another man from donating blood indefinitely. In December 2015 the FDA scaled back this ban from a lifetime to one year from a man’s last sexual encounter with a…

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The Importance of Inner Beauty over the Outer Appearance

Beauty is it only skin deep? Physical beauty is superficial and is not as important as a person’s intellectual, emotional, and spiritual qualities. It is a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight. Beautiful people are no different from ugly peopl…

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Dealing with Substance Abuse in the Family

The Battle I walk through the door after school, into my never ending battle ground I call home, darkness engulfs my eyes. She’s sleeping again. Better than being awake I guess. I scavenge for food in the kitchen, I find a few crackers and some peanut butter, a month past its expiration date. I don’t care. I devour it. My…

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Is a Criminal Always a Criminal?

Once a criminal, always a criminal. There is a widely held misconception that individuals who have a felony conviction history are criminals for life. Having a felony on one’s record can cause serious problems even after they have served their prison sentence. As soon as an individual is released from prison, they are no lo…

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Michael Hugh Mirsky’s Lack of Job Due to an Ex Conviction

Forever Labeled           Michael Hugh Mirsky is a middle-aged ex-convict trying to turn his life around, but everywhere he turns he is reminded of his past and forced to continue to pay the consequences. Because of a guilty plea to resisting arrest, Mirksy is now experiencing over thirty months of unemployment, living pen…

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Sean Williams’ Online Article on Low-Wage Workers

Sean Williams stated in his online article from 2013 that 16.5 million low-wage workers would benefit from a $10.10 per hour federal minimum wage. I will be discussing three reasons as to why the minimum wage should be increased to that amount. The first reason being that citizens deserve to be able to support themselves an…

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The Treatment of Ethics in Precarious Life by Judith Butler and Never Let Me Go

Before I dive into the treatment of ethics that Precarious Life plays in Never Let Me Go, here’s some food for thought: what ethical demand does a person who has a precarious life make on you? Could the individual be asking for help or do you feel for that person? In Judith Butler’s Precarious Life, she thoughtfully writes…

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A Research on Three Women Involved in Humanitarian Aid

Bring Me Your Huddled Masses If you were asked to name a few famous women who have dedicated their lives to the empowerment of people who are not given basic human rights, the names Dolores Huerta and Eleanor Roosevelt would surely come up within the first few minutes. Although both of these women were key figures in winn…

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A Proposal to Explore the Argument That Celebrity Culture is Beneficial Using Keeping Up with the Kardashian’s

In my final paper, I propose to explore Neal Gabler’s argument that “Celebrity Culture is Beneficial” using the reality television series, Keeping up with the Kardashian’s. Keeping up with the Kardashian’s is a reality TV show that follows the lives of Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe Kardashian; which primarily focuses on the Kard…

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The Evolution of Women’s Role in Society

Gender equality: myth or reality? Gender equality can be defined as the idea that men and women are equal in all way. It disregards perceptions that men are superior and women have to conform by rules set in a patriarchal society. Opportunities are given to both in terms of job, career and so on. This essay will therefore…

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The Importance of Achieving the Perfect Weight Among Women in South Korea

“Thirty miles south of the border with starving North Korea, young
women in the South Korean capital are starving themselves, victims not of
famine but of fashion” (Efron). South Koreans, particularly the
adolescents, are obsessed with achieving what they believe is the perfect
weight. Image is not just physical appearance…

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The South Korean Obsession With Looks

The South Korean Obsession with Looks The sound of blaring trumpets and screeching violins play as young Korean high school graduates run over to proud parents. “Congratulations! Did you decide on which procedure you want as your graduation gift?”. In South Korea a common high-school graduation gift is either a rhinoplasty…

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Street Harassment and Its Effects on Women

Street Harassment and Its Effects on Women “Hey, baby.” “How you doin pretty thighs.” “Damnnnn.” “Nice tits.” “Do you have a boyfriend?” “Come over here.” “I just want a smile, is that too much to ask for? What a bitch.” “Where are you headed sweetheart?” Feeling uncomfortable yet? These are just some of the absurd amou…

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Why Is Humanity Addicted on Law?

Addicted to the Law As humans, we seem to always feel a need for rules and the enforcement of those rules in order to function. We need the clarity of right and wrong to survive day-to-day life and make basic decisions. Imagine a world without law, without a criminal justice system, without punishment… would we all go craz…

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The Difference between a Suicide and a Murder

When comparing suicide to murder in the modern day, most people would arguably state murder is a heinous crime, and suicide is a tragic occurrence, typically as a result of a mental illness that one could not control. However, if one were to ask Dante, they would get a radically different response. In Cantos XII and XIII of…

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A Review of the Stereotypical Facts about Women

The question of whether or not men and women should be considered equal has been debated since the beginning of the human race. Both genders were created with very different purposes: men to hunt and protect and women to nurture and bear children. Throughout history various men have tried to use these differences to place w…

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