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“Images Of Law Enforcement In The Toilet”
Number of words: 1097 - Number of pages: 4

.... White-Americans and 33% of African- Americans believe the police treat all people equally (Wickham 2000). I am not saying that all policeman always use good judgement. There are times when they do exert unnecessary force, and in those cases they should be subject to the full penalty of the law. However, “only one of the previous eighty-four coroners inquests in Clark County has found an officer negligent in the killing of a suspect” (Puit 1999). One example of an officer using unnecessary deadly force is in the case of Officer Mortensen and Officer Brady. I .....

Laughing And Sense Of Humor
Number of words: 862 - Number of pages: 4

.... books a person reads, the movies they watch and the games they play all reveal little bits of their character. It is a fair comment though that the most revealing character trait a person has is their sense of humor. Few things are as distinguishable and noticeable as humor. Laughs echo throughout rooms and they are as unique as snowflakes. Jokes have been told and retold for centuries by men and women of all races. While it has often been said of someone that “they have no sense of humor,” it is untrue. Senses of humor vary more often than the weather. .....

Body Modification In Today’s Society
Number of words: 2384 - Number of pages: 9

.... can’t understand why someone would choose to put so many holes in her body or cut their skin. They see body modification as self-destructive, much like anorexia or bulimia. I am a prime example of youth urge toward body modification. Below I will talk about why, what, where, and how people modify their body and how people look upon them. Youth and adolescence is one of, if not the most, significant and influential moments in one’s life, when youth are seeking their identity of who they are. Tattooing and piercing are one of the many ways through which youth .....

Violence In Media: You Are What You Watch
Number of words: 418 - Number of pages: 2

.... a vision of themselves as hopeless victims of criminal forces they cannot control and cannot understand. While TV grows rich on violence, the nation is threatened by loss of self-esteem, fear of crime, and fear of our neighbours. A permanent impression is made on the innocent minds of young children too young to read or speak. TV is destroying society's respect for human life. Daniel Boorstin, librarian of US Congress, said that TV has the power "to conjure up a self-created reality that can mold public values and influence behaviour." The Canadian Governme .....

Age Of Reason
Number of words: 1419 - Number of pages: 6

.... Truth in the Science,” more commonly and more conveniently known as “Discourse on Method,” Descartes describes his task as such: “as soon as my age permitted me to pass from under the control of my instructors, I entirely abandoned the study of letters and resolved no longer to seek any other science than the knowledge of myself, or of the great book of the world”(16). The knowledge of oneself, and of his so-called “book of the world,” can be obtained solely through a process of reason. He argues that it is reason alone “which constitutes us men, and dist .....

Skateboarders Nationwide Restless; A Problem That Needs Attention?
Number of words: 1731 - Number of pages: 7

.... skateboarding, and improving requires almost constant practice. This determination in only clouded by the effects of drugs. Anyway when one performs an intricate maneuver flawlessly, the rush is greater than any pot or coke. Unfortunately, this cannot happen when a skater is denied access to their sanctuaries, there favorite spot. A good example is given by Johnston foster- "Last summer, me and some friends were skating at Phi Beta Kappa Hall, the theater at the College of William and Mary. I pulled a phat 360 kickflip down the three steps out front. The s .....

Improving Education
Number of words: 723 - Number of pages: 3

.... the instruction and initiate the curriculum. "Further, at-risk students are best served when the teacher provides direct instruction in reading and math." ( ) During the regular school day, students receive a variety of teaching approaches when learning the curriculum. Extended day, however, takes a more "hands on" approach to learning those objectives which are identified as needing improvement during the selection process. A ten to one student/teacher ratio allows for individualized attention to be given. By having a smaller ratio, " frequent .....

Societies Scapegoat
Number of words: 1708 - Number of pages: 7

.... us from day to day. The television is of very little significance alongside the landfill of troubles that influence children today. Besides, trying to get networks to cut out violence and aggression entirely would be like trying to get Jesus Christ to write a top ten list of reasons why Christianity sucks. (It's not going to happen.) TV is not the reason that our youth courts are filled to capacity with court dockets so hideous you would swear that you were looking at the start of the apocalypse. Television programs are not the reason for the apparent increas .....

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