The Problem of Sexual Assault and the Role of the Sports Media in Affecting the Rape Myth

The Problem of Sexual Assault and the Role of the Sports Media in Affecting the Rape Myth

Sexual assault is a widespread problem particularly affecting women. During their time in college, one in four women will experience either sexual assault or some other type of sexual victimization (Hust, S., Lei, M., Ren, C., Chang, H., Mcnab, A., Marett, E., & Willoughby, J., 2013). Part of this problem is the acceptance…

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A Demographic Assessment of the Simulation of Sentinel City

Sentinel City Simulation B. Demographics Assessment In 2012, Sentinel City has an overall estimated population of 634,265 and as a whole, the percentage of persons below the poverty level from 2008-2012 is 18.9% (Sentinel City, n.d.). In the city, there are four separate neighborhoods including Industrial Heights, Casper…

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Understanding the Real Meaning of Gender Equality

MEN OR WOMEN – THE TRUTH ABOUT GENDER EQUALITY. When you hear gender equality what comes to your mind, equality for the female, yea that true, but they have been various misconceptions about gender equality, have always want to believe that gender equality is always seeing women decisions and actions as been right, and pro…

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The Idea of Post-Colonial Feminism and Constructivism in Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is often thought of as a modern-day form of slavery. It debases its victims into mere commodities being bought and sold to satisfy a commercial demand. It attempts to erase its victims’ identities as humans and instead views them as objects. But despite this, it is the identities of those that are forced i…

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The Definition of the Misogynist Words Slut, Bitch, and Whore and the Reclaiming Process

Reclaiming Slut, Bitch, and Whore: Sex Positivity and Intersectionality Slut. Maybe you’ve used the word before, or maybe you’ve been on the receiving end of it. Maybe you wore a skirt that was ‘too short’ in eighth grade, and you felt your face redden as you heard the word whispered in the hallways. Maybe you slept with…

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The Widespread Problem of Human Trafficking in Africa

It is a heinous crime that claims hundreds of thousands of victims each year. It separates families; it degrades and exploits. It deprives human beings of their natural rights. It generates billions of dollars each year and is one of the fastest-growing international criminal activities. And yet, human trafficking is a crim…

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The Causes of Deflated Body Image Among Young Men and Women

Topic: When young women and men look into the mirror, they are increasingly less happy with the bodies they see. 1. The issue of people, especially adolescents, becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their bodies is ultimately a gendered issue. While men and women alike are experiencing deflated body image, the cause of s…

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The History of the Race Relations in the United States

Not Quite There Yet: Race Relations since the Sixties Especially since the elections of both President Obama and President Trump, race relations have been at the forefront of contemporary discussion for the first time since Dr. King’s extraordinarily effective campaign of nonviolent direct action that flew in the face of w…

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The Challenges of Living in the United States as a First-Generation Immigrant

Living as a first-generation immigrant to the U.S. has been a very interesting, amazing, and sometimes trying experience for me. I was born in Amman, Jordan, and after a very lengthy process my family moved to America when I was 5 in search of a better — and safer — life here. My father had a similar experience as a child…

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The Aspiration of the Swedish Government to Be a Voice for Human Rights and Good Governance

Elvo ass 1 on human rights and governance Good governance and human rights are mutually reinforcing. Human rights principles provide a set of values to guide the work of Governments and other political and social actors. They also provide a set of performance standards against which these actors can be held accountable. Mo…

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The Rise of Sexual Liberalism and the Ligation of Morality in America

The Ligation of Morality With the explosion of sexual liberalism in the the 1920s, the arousal of issues such as birth control and abortions challenged the hegemonic beliefs surrounding non-marital sex and female autonomy. While the patriarchal tendencies of the government fought and failed to limit the availability of bir…

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The Moral Question of Euthanasia and Its Difference from Murder

Is Euthanasia Morally Different from Murder The euthanasia means to an end a seriously ill individual’s life to save him/her from the pain and suffering the disease is triggering. Euthanasia is known in other terms as assisted suicide it swallows the same principles as murder. It commonly only carried out on an individual…

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The Crossroads Between Social Class and Education in Gerald Graff’s Hidden Intelectualism

Intersections between Education and Social Class It has commonly been assumed that the differences between social status and economic status shape an individual’s educational experiences. People that are academically inclined are wealthier than those who are intellectual in a more creative way. I believe that this was tru…

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Race and Gender Identity and Their Negative Impacts on Minorities

Race and Gender Identity There are many different aspects of identity and they have various impacts on our lived experiences. Often, we are judged by society simply by the way we look. It is rare that we are judged by our character when we are first introduced to a person. It isn’t our intent to judge someone just by the f…

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The Negative Effects of Cocaine on the Life of Carrie Fiorillo and the Treatment of Her Addiction

Peaches Carrie Fiorillo’s addiction began when she started attending a private school and while her parents were in the middle of a divorce. She would find herself with a different guy while smoking and drinking the night away. Her addiction grew worse as she started high school. Carrie would not attend school and would la…

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The Fight of the Black Lives Matter to Attain Racial Equality in the United States

Does Black Lives Matter Help as They Intend? Recently in American politics, the Black Lives Matter movement has been publicized at large. There is a lot of controversy around BLM because many people believe that it is a hate group targeting all police officials and white citizens. The group’s goal is to address a problem i…

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Adoption and the Right of Children to Have a Family

Every Kid Has the Right to have a Mom and Dad Adoption is an institution that improves the life of children and families across the world by providing new families for children who have been abandoned or given away by their biological parents. It is considered a legal procedure in which all parental responsibility is trans…

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The Statistics on the Rise of Hate Crimes in the United States

Hate Crimes: Race Hate crimes are a specific type of crime in which a person or group is verbally and or physically attacked because of their gender, sexual orientation, religion, politics, race, ethnicity, disability, or age. Sociologists have identified several ways in which hate can be manifested. These included physica…

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The Invisible Crime of Illegal Harvesting of Black Men’s Organs

In the article i read called the illegal harvesting of black men’s organs is going unnoticed. It stated that 118,353 people either have to or need a organ transplant, and 22 people a day die when they’re waiting for a transplant. The article also talks about the world health organization “reports that over 7,000 kidneys alo…

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The Reasons Why Abortion Should Remain Legal, Regulated, and Controlled

Should Abortion Be Legal?    Abortion is about allowing women the right to make choices about when they want to have children in age, money and relationships. Abortion should be legal and allow woman to have a second chance at life. Even though abortion has positives , it cannot be used as a form of birth control. If abor…

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A Study of Alcohol Dependency in Society Today

Alcohol abuse can also lead to alcoholism; in which a person becomes physically and psychologically dependent on alcohol to the point that he or she cannot function without it. Alcohol abuse and addiction can also lead to destructive behavior such as driving under the influence of alcohol and domestic violence. Today, the…

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A Comparison of Aaron Devor and Arthur Chu’s Views on Masculinity

Masculinity and its Faults In “Becoming Members of Society: Learning the Social Meanings of Gender” Aaron H. Devor discusses gender roles that exist and how society molds these roles from a young age. He goes into depth about how these gender roles are affected by society and the results of this cause a black and white de…

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A Study of a Proposal to Decrease Violence Among Adolescents

In today’s society violence is everywhere from tv to mass shootings, and this violence is going nowhere anytime soon. A very large part of this violence is gun violence and specifically gun violence in low income communities populated mostly by African Americans who have a gun murder rate that is thirteen times higher than…

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A Study of a Way to Combat Homelessness

Homelessness alone is a very rampant and unfortunate problem in the united states, as of right now 564,708 people in the United States are homeless and of that 206,286 thousand are families (Snapshot of Homelessness, 2016). At first glimpse this may not seem that bad except that you have to factor in those living below the…

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Henry David Thoreau and Mohandas Gandhi – Inspiring People to Take Action Against Injustice

Great advocates of change, like Henry David Thoreau and Mohandas Gandhi, have one goal in common: to inspire a particular group to take action against the injustices that are occurring around them. During the time he was advocating for equal rights for Indians in South Africa, Gandhi fabricated a movement called the Satyagr…

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