The Feminism Concept in the Ed Saadawi’s Work

The Feminism Concept in the Ed Saadawi’s Work

How was your understanding of cultural and contextual consideration of the work developed through the interactive oral? My understanding of the cultural context was enhanced through the discussions about the strong cultural and pious attachment of the position of women to the conservative Islamic society. During the 1970…

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The Jane Addams and the Voice of the Poor

Jane Addams the voice of the poor In a time where a no one was helping those in poverty there was one woman who helped. Jane Addams gave those in poverty not only a place to live but a place where they can learn to thrive. Jane, was born in 1860 in Cedarville, Illinois. As a child Jane had slight curvature to her spine, th…

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The Modern Society’s of America and the National Anthem in the NFL

Presently in today’s society; there has been so much going on in this country. The main thing that has happened in the past month or two is about kneeling to the National Anthem. What started this whole ordeal is the NFL teams kneeling during the National Anthem. They are just being so ignorant by doing this. They have no r…

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The Words and Their Influence on the People and the Issues of the Columbine Shooting

Words And Their Influence On People Books and technology have evolved through many years. Their meanings and ways of sharing words have advanced and influenced people in many aspects as Richard Miller has explained in his work Dark Night of the Soul. People decide to interpret what they read in a million different ways. Wo…

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An Analysis of the Different Types of Crimes in Society

AC1.1 Analyse different types of crime White Collar Crime White collar crime is a crime which is committed by a person of high status e.g. a businessman. White collar crime is usually a non-violent crime that is committed for financial gains. These crimes are difficult to prosecute because they often involve sophisticated…

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The Donald J. Warren Study on the Suburban Isolation and Race Tension: The Detroit Case

Warren, D. (1970). Suburban Isolation and Race Tension: The Detroit Case. Social Problems, 17(3), 324-339. doi:10.2307/799553 Donald J. Warren’s study, Suburban Isolation and Race Tension: The Detroit Case focuses on the issue of white paranoia within suburbia, and the impact that fear and racial tension had on the broa…

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Is Regulating Sex Work Really Beneficial?

Is Regulating Sex Work Really Beneficial? Imagine you’re at work, just doing your job and minding your own business, when suddenly, you’re being handcuffed and put in the back of a cop car. Doesn’t sound too pleasant, does it? This is how thousands of sex workers feel every year, when their career is criminalized. Sex work…

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The Social Injustice of Police Brutality in Los Angeles

The Social Injustice of Police Brutality in Los Angeles Police misconduct can be described as any inappropriate behavior on the part of any law enforcement officer that is either illegal or immoral or both. Law enforcement agents should behave to a standard that is greater than the average civilian. The presence of police…

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The Atmosphere in Downtown Fullerton Bars

Downtown Fullerton Bars The two different atmospheres in downtown Fullerton are very disparate. During the day Downtown Fullerton has restaurants along Harbor Blvd and Common Wealth Ave, with great, tasty food. Jp23 has delicious smoked bbq, Zings has great Asian cuisine, Matador has Mexican fiesta food specials, and etc….

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College Republicans at San Francisco State University vs. Reed

College Republicans at San Francisco State University vs. Reed In 2007 some college Republicans had a rally on their campus against terrorism in the United States and outside of their country. The college Republicans created paper signs with paintings of what closely resembled the flags of Hezbollah and Hamas. While protes…

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Sociology: More Than Just Theories

Sociology: More Than Just Theories Going to the doctor, buying some groceries, going to work, attending a play or birthday party; what do all of these things have in common? They are all types interactions that people could have with other human beings. Social interactions exist around us constantly. Everyday, we interac…

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Abortion is Permissible

Abortion is Permissible I will be addressing both Judith Thomson and Dan Marquis views on abortion. My claim is that abortion is permissible to the extent that permissible means it is “allowed or permitted by laws or rules” (“Permissible”). I take the stance that abortions shall be legally permissible, yet, morally impermi…

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The Role of the Albanian in the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Albanian Role with Refugees During the 1990s, it was common to read reports outlining the ever-increasing trend of thousands of Albanian refugees fleeing from their backyards. They were seeking asylum as they escaped from the collapsing socialist dictatorship headed by Enver Hoxha as well as subsequent lawlessness that fol…

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The Two Sides of the Legal Drinking Age Argument

Against lowering the legal drinking age to 18 years old Today, Carpenter and Dobkin (133) posit that the legal drinking age in the United States of America stands at twenty-one years. As such, it is illegal for not only anyone under that age to consume alcohol, but also for anyone to sell alcohol to persons under the age o…


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The Serious Problem of Mass Shooting in the United States

A Case Study of Mass Shootings in the United States of America On 12th June 2016, Omar Mateen attacked a famous gay nightclub killing approximately 50 people while also injuring 53 more in Florida (Schram, Moore, & Golding, 2016). As such, this incident became the deadliest mass shooting incidence in the history of the Uni…

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The Reasons Why Abortion Should Be Supported

Abortion Introduction Today, Biggs, Gould, & Foster (2013) claims that abortion comprises one of the most controversial issues that is increasingly having no roots for agreement among two distinct polar aspects. That is to mean that it is raising considerable controversy because it is a matter of life or death for the und…


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An Overview of the Magnitude of Migrant Smuggling in Libya

Abstract This research paper will explore through the massive waves of migrant smuggling in Libya. While evaluating and understanding the extent of migrant smuggling including the “players” who have decided to partake in this event, and thoroughly explain the reasons regarding the purpose of smuggling and its universal…

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An Overview of the Main Roles of a Family

Emotional Deprivation Family is described as being the most basic institution of society. According to John Cooper in his reading titled Monsters From the Id: A Study of Emotional Deprivation and Its Impact on Society, he suggests that the role of family has three folds. These three concepts include: procreation, the…

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A Study on the Reasoning Behind Teenage Suicide

In a place where suicide is seen as an act of weakness and the smallest attempt at it makes a person a failure or a waste of human life, people must find a way out. The issue revolving teenage suicide is the question of reasoning but more so, creating an ending that is left unwritten. To fathom the thought of suicide is gr…

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The Importance of Knowing Your Desired Message

If each communication is a Bridge from one person or group to another, each Bridge rests on the unique foundation of a clear, defining sentence. In academic writing, it’s a topic sentence; in news writing, a lead; in Hollywood and the business world, a pitch; and in marketing and advertising, it’s a slogan that sells your b…

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The Fight for the Women Rights in the United States

Fighting for women rights A very talented young woman Alice graduated with bachelors in computer science. Her outstanding grade point average and experience got her a job as a game developer at a company consisting of a majority of men. Alice agreed to take the offer. Al…

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The Issue of the Violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Treaties That Follow It in Order to Guarantee the Prisoners’ Rights

This research will spot the light on the violations both governments and occupation practice on presioners according to the universal declaration of human rights and the treaties that follow it in order to guarantee the prisoners’ rights. It will also discuss the presence of these mistreatments in literature and the way wri…

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India Whiley Views on Shark Culling Being Non-Effective Against Shark Attacks

India Whiley, an Australian surfer, in her opinion piece, “Public education, not culling, required at Aussie beaches” adopts a conversational tone. The piece appeared in the ‘Public Vent’ section of the ‘Echo online’ a local news website focussing on the coastal council areas of Federation Harbour and Bankalilla beach in So…

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The Issue of Racial Discrimination in Chicago

Racial discrimination has been an issue in the United States for hundreds of years, specifically within Chicago. The discrimination is often aimed towards African Americans, and is heavily active within the workplace, which can eventually constitute mental health issues. Colorism began with slavery, with skin tone determini…

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The Researches in the Rand Corporation and the Brown University’s Research on the Adolescent Behavior

The authors, researchers at the Rand Corporation and Brown University, use data from the National Longitudinal Surveys of Young Women and Young Men to test their hypothesis that nonfamily living by young adults alters their attitudes, values, plans, and expectations, moving them away from their belief in traditional sex rol…

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