My Passion in Dentistry
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Every person has a dream and interests that they hope to pursue when they are young, it is this interests that motivate one to work hard and make their dreams come true. I was not any different, I loved art and I was always drawing and using clay to model items that interested me. I […]

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Dream Job Passion
Depression and Anxiety
617 words 2 pages

Social phobia or social anxiety disorder which is characterized by a person going through intense and extreme anticipatory anxiety related to having a feeling of embarrassment in the social interactions. In these interactions, people affected have a feeling that some people are or will scrutinize them. The lifetime prevalence of social anxiety has been estimated […]

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Anxiety Phobia
Thematic and Stylistic Consistencies in Cinema
645 words 2 pages

The Auteur theory asserts three concrete concepts of film making by directors. A bad director lacks technical knowhow, fails to connect his thoughts with the film and does not embrace the glory of cinematography as an art. In cinematography, film productions mostly rely on the thematic as well as stylistic consistencies that help the director […]

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Hamlet Painters and Print-Makers
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Hamlet is a tragedy episode that was written by William Shakespeare’s in an unknown date between the year 1599 and year 1602. Often referred to as “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” as it was set in the state of Denmark. Generally, the concept in this book is that it dramatizes the vengeful of […]

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Pain Tragedy
Public Health Power of the Federal, State, and Local Governments
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The natural history of governmental public health organizations at the state, federal and local levels differs noticeably across the countryside. It is hard to evidently recognize which public health movements are classically conducted at the federal, state or at the local point or to outline how these roles are disseminated between federal, state and local […]

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Public Health
Personal Qualities and Life Experiences
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Moving to the United States from Russia at the age of thirteen, I was faced with a culture shock. This was a different environment with different culture and language. I had to struggle to fit into this new society. I had to learn the language and the thinking of the people. I also had to […]

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A Challenging Career Situation
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After finishing my undergraduate in 2009, I was very hopeful of securing a job in psychology. I always had passion in psychology and I was enthusiastic to apply my knowledge and skills. Unfortunately, I was not able to secure a psychology job at that time. I was so frustrated. I was faced with a dilemma […]

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What Does Stress Mean
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In our world today there are many individuals, who live or know of someone who is living with some form of mental illness. These individuals have many barriers placed upon them by society and have fallen victim to negative social stigmas. Individuals who are experiencing a mental crisis whether it may be a result of […]

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Stress
Stress Reduction
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In a study conducted on 21 post-secondary students, it was found that mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), “offer novel and effective solutions to meet the needs of students” (Felver, Morton, Clawson, 2018, p. 296). These students voluntarily enrolled in a class about MBSR and were tasked with completing pre, post, and follow up, MBSR surveys in […]

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Stress
Bipolar Stigma
1411 words 3 pages

Many people interact with someone diagnosed as Bipolar on a regular basis, without knowing it. There is a negative stigma associated with bipolar disorder, created by society, which just simply is not true. A large percentage of people hide their diagnosis in fear of being ridiculed and discriminated against. In fact, most people suffering from […]

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What Does the Word “Bipolar” Mean?
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I do my prop up undertaking on bipolar unsettling influence. As exhibited by bits of information and research. In a given year, bipolar perplexity impacts around 5.7 million American grown-ups, or around 2.6% of the U.S. masses 18 and more arranged, as indicated by the National Institute of Mental Health. Bipolar stacked with feeling issue […]

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bipolar disorder
Smoke and Mirrors
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For several hundred years after the fall of Rome, much of Western Europe was a disorganized feudal state, with it’s only source of cultural identity stemming from the Catholic church. Despite this, the general population, specifically in England, had little to no knowledge of the latin language, and had only a passing understanding of the […]

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Smoke
It’s Just One Cig
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​Smoking cigarettes has become one of today’s most popular bad habit. It has become a socially acceptable ideal that proves that many still don’t say the effects of the longevity of its inhalation, whether it be a smoker or non-smoker. College students have been uprising to be a popular group for smoking, which would then […]

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Smoke
Numbers Of Death by Smoking
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These are some of the things that are in cigarettes. Acetone – this is in nail polish remover, Acetic acid – this is a part of hair dye,and ammonia – this is a very common house cleaner. Arsenic – this is a main ingredient in rat poison, benzene – this is found in rubber cement, […]

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Smoke
Need to Ban Cigarrettes
1459 words 3 pages

Did you know that there is an estimated 37.8 million people in the United States that currently smoke cigarettes? That is about 15 out of 100 people in the United States that smoke. So why should we ban something that so many people use? There are numerous reasons on why we should do this. First […]

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Smoke
Domestic Terrorism
2138 words 5 pages

Homegrown terrorism (aka domestic terrorism) is constituted as a federal or state regulation violation that endangers the public. The last motive of home terrorism is present fear or impact at the population and the authorities. Homegrown terrorism is seen as an immediate violation of the usage of guns or other types of weapons for murder, […]

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Domestic Violence
Domestic Assault
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Domestic violence is presented throughout all of the United States, whether the people of the society recognize it or it is under the radar and not seen. Today domestic violence is actually very common in homes whether is it between a man and a women or parent and child. Domestic violence can be defined in […]

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Domestic Violence
Gender Diversity Nowadays
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Two Spirit life the term which was chosen at the 1994 Annual Indian Gay and Lesbian gathering in Winniepeg to identify the broad variety of gender and/ or sexual identities in Indigenuous communities. Two spirit may be used to describe the indigenuous individual who identified as possessing both masculine and female spirits; yet, it may […]

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Gender equality
Equality for All
1103 words 3 pages

When someone mentions the word ‘woman’, many things may come to mind. To some it might be a hard-working female, others might think a child bearing human, and some a loving and devoted wife. But how many people think of it to be someone that has fewer rights and opportunities than a man. It is […]

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Gender equality
Question of Gender Equality
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I have developed a questionnaire that measured attitude toward gender equality, gender transformative practices and segregation of men and women, beliefs about differences in the suitability of men and women for various roles, and general moral principles concerning gender. The questionnaire was adopted using the gender attitude assessment framework of Prasad and Baron (1996). It […]

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Gender equality
Baby Steps Taken for Gender Equality
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Progress is made in baby steps. While gender inequality is still a big issue with women not receiving equal opportunities in education, the workplace, and daily life, at least there is more equality for America’s children through the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) now letting girls become official members. Some may think that this is […]

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Gender equality
Chinese Intersectional Fan Culture and Feminism Amongst the Coronavirus Outbreak
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Leishensha, one of the two emergency hospitals constructed in response to the coronavirus outbreak, began on 23 January 2020. One day later, China Central Television (CCTV) hosted live streams of the construction on major social media platforms such as Weibo for people to watch the progression of the construction. By 31 January 2020, the stream […]

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