The Concept of the Trust in Society and the Government’s Lies

The Concept of the Trust in Society and the Government’s Lies

The concept of trust can be looked at as almost omnipresent. Its presence, or lack thereof, informs and affects every decision we make as a species. This is true in every event of human history. If it was not for trust, we would never have evolved from living in caves, feeding on wild berries, and chasing giant mammals acro…

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The United States Commission of the Immigration

World-Wide Welcome From the late 19th century through the Twenties, The United States began taking in an unprecedented amount of European immigrants. According to the Progressives for Immigration Reform, in this time period, the amount of immigrants entering the United States was an average of “600,000 annually.” They tr…

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The Potential Benefits of the Legalization of Marijuana

The Marijuana Question Marijuana has been used for thousands of years since its discovery. Today, there is a wide debate regarding marijuana and its usage in our nation. Should it be legalized everywhere? Should it only be allowed medically? How about recreational use? Smoke it? Vape it? Eat it? These are just a small po…

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Being Positive and Taking Action as the Best Way to Respond to Conflict

Taking Action “But at that moment my uncle Franz grabbed us both by the neck, turned us around and kicked us in the seat of the pants.(“Parallel Journeys”)170” This quote, which was found in the story, “Parallel Journeys” by Eleanor Ayer, is an example of a response to conflict. A second example can be found in the story…

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The Different Points of View on the Syrian Conflict

Since modern Syria gained its independence from France in 1946, the country has been shaken by political instability. In 1970, Hafez al-Assad, an ambitious minister of defense, gained control and ruled the country for over 30 years. Following his death in 2000, he was succeeded by his son, Bashar al-Assad. However, since Ha…

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Do Women in Greater Jakarta Area of Indonesia Earn Less Money Than Men?

  1. Introduction According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, wage is a payment usually of money for labor or services usually according to contract and on an hourly, daily, or piecework basis. The earnings, or wages of employees are different due to multiple reasons. The occupational wage differentials is explained by differ…

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A Fight Between Death and Desire in the Media

A Fight Between Death and Desire Being perfect wasn’t as easy as she thought. She let thick tears
stain the flimsy pages of the magazine as she glared down at the model on
the glossy paper. She was hungry, lonely, and tired-but at least she
finally looked like the smiling model on the pages. Her happiness meant

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Legalizing Gay Marriage in the United States

Legalizing Gay Marriage in the United States A hot debate amongst most people today is about whether or not you support gay marriage. Recently, the decision to legalize gay marriage has become a major problem for a lot of people. But in today’s world, more and more people are choosing to express their sexuality. Statistics…

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The Concept of Reverse Racism in America

An Analysis of Reverse Racism in America I take my text from Lionel Lokos, who, in his strongly worded novel ‘The New Racism,’ said this: “…the New Racism is fervently convinced that it can use tools of discrimination to find equality; that the positive discrimination that today favors Negroes is somehow more saintly tha…

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An Argument on the Little Changes in Attitudes Towards Immigrants to Britain Between 1945 to 1979

How far do you agree attitudes towards immigration changed between 1945-79? Intro-Prior to 1945 Britons experience with immigrants was very limited, whites made to 99.8% of the British population and as leaders of the British empire up until WW2 there were feelings of superiority towards other countries, especially to th…

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The Challenges Faced by Females Growing Up in Gender Differences in Depression, an Article by Susan Nolan-Hoeksema

In “Gender Differences in Depression,” Susan Nolan-Hoeksema describes the challenges females face growing up. Depression can escalate in females faster than males and can have an affect on everything they do. The article states that our “lack of social power” can bring out depression and vulnerabilities that most men do not…

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A Review of the Issue of Human Trafficking of Women and How They Are Saved

Today, men and women averaging from ages 12 to 25 are facing issues some aren’t even aware are happening. That issue is human trafficking. Google accurately describes human trafficking as, “ the illegal movement of people, typically for the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.” Typically it’s the men…

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A Summary of the Milwaukee Experiment and Understanding the Disparity Between the African Americans and Whites

This memo is for the justice system authorities, with background knowledge on racial disparity in American prisons and mass incarceration, seeking to better the justice system. Reading “the Milwaukee Experiment” really opens your reality to how large the disparity is between African Americans and Whites and a factor to tha…

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The Portrayal of Native Americans in the Media

The film “The Lone Ranger,” featuring Johnny Depp as a Native American sidekick, raised concerns about whether the media promotes stereotypical images of Native Americans. In film and television, Native Americans have long been illustrated as people short of words with extraordinary magic. Most of the Native Americans in H…

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Beauty in a Culture-Deprived Society

Beauty in a Culture-Deprived Society Caffrey, Cait. “Culture of Beauty.” Salem Press Encyclopedia, January. EBSCOhost,,ip,url,custuid&custid=magn0117&db=ers&AN=98402059&site=eds-live. This books discusses the culture of beauty and how beauty is defined: popular o…

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What is Beauty in Today’s World?

Beauty in a Culture-Deprived Society So many a time has society tried shaping our view of how we see and of how we define beauty. Those days, society has showed shown us that to be beautiful—to be considered attractive—we must present ourselves in a vulgar fashion. Different cultures define beauty differently, but for Amer…

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A Beauty-Biased Society That Needs to Change

A Beauty-Biased Society That Needs to Change Caffrey, Cait. Culture of Beauty, Salem Press Encyclopedia, January, EBSCOhost,,ip,url,custuid&custid=magn0117&db=ers&AN=98402059&site=eds-live. This books discusses the culture of beauty and how beauty is defined: pop…

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Why Racial Segregation is Not Out of Comfort and Choice on the Part of People of Color, as Opposed to Any Further Barriers Being Erected by Whites Today

Question 1. Why racial segregation is not out of comfort and choice on the part of people of color, as opposed to any further barriers being erected by whites today. One of the questions that have bothered the mind of many is whether people know why racial segregation occurs. In 1973, the Supreme Court declared that it d…

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Citizens of America Should Opt for Stricter Gun Laws

Gun control, a colossal argument in America, has sparked numerous and ongoing debates of safety, prohibition, and restrictions. According to CNN, America is the number one country in the world in terms of the highest mass shootings rate. Some citizens express the best way to lower ourselves from the mass shootings list is t…

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The Importance of Safeguarding of Children ad Young People

Safeguarding refers to the action undertaken towards the promotion of the children’s welfare and further protect them from any prevalent harm that is likely to occur. The aspect of safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and has no limits at what time or when should one be responsible in ensuring that the young people are…

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Reasons Why People Are Transgender

Reflection Paper: Transgender As time goes by, our society adapts to unusual situations that most likely were rejected before. One of these situations is the transgender community, which is still not quite accepted by our society. Most of the problem is that people don’t understand what is a transgender; a transgender i…

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The Ever-Present Phenomenon of Social Change

Social change is characterized by changes in cultural symbols, rules of behavior, social organization, or value systems. Social change in the broadest sense is any change in social relations. Viewed this way, social change is an ever-present phenomenon in any society. A distinction is sometimes made then between processes o…

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The Need of Social Norms to Regulate Deviance

Deviance refers to those behaviors that violate social norms.  Some deviant behaviors are serious enough that society has chosen to pass laws against them (these are crimes); other deviant behaviors may be frowned upon by society but have not been defined as crimes.  Internal and external socialization processes teach socia…

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A Reflection of My Survey on Abortion

Reflection Paper For my survey topic, I picked abortion. This has always been an issue, especially in the election last year, that has been highly debated. My goal of this survey was to see how business people felt about this topic, I know my opinions and beliefs as well as those of my family, but beyond that, I didn’t kn…

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Black Lives Matter: End Police Brutality

Black Lives Matter: End Police Brutality I believe that black lives matter. when I watch the news, I see that cops are not killing innocent men because of color or race. We are equal in law but when it comes to having police brutality there are 258 people shot and killed by police in the U.S. And, do you know what’s weird?…

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