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Opinion: Search of Knowledge - While the experience, proven technique, or research of an expert on a given subject are all tremendous guides in the quest for knowledge, the opinion of said expert will almost certainly hinder or deter one in the pursuit of knowledge. The very nature of an opinion is something that undoubtedly challenges the three aforementioned factors in regards to the search of knowledge. Most definitions of the word “opinion” have the same characteristics in diction, with “a belief,” “a personal view,” and “estimate” all topping the list of the most commonly used phrases and words....   [tags: knowledge, opinion, experience, insight] 1088 words
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Finding Your Own Opinion: Youth in Philadelphia - “ If you can dream it, you can do it. Always remember that this whole thing was started with a dream and a mouse.” (Walt Disney) The public in the city of Philadelphia has described the youth as loud, obnoxious, and ghetto. That is not the case. In fact, we are all human and we have flaws. But the problem is that the youth are not given an outlet to express themselves in way where we are looked upon with respect. We aren’t given the correct tools to show the world that we are here and we want to be seen....   [tags: following the crowd, own opinion]
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The Power of the Media to Influence Public Opinion - Police officers are an integral part of our society, they exist to establish and maintain stability and safety for the citizens which are in their jurisdiction. However, that great responsibility does not come without a downside, when people are given power there will always be someone who will abuse it. Our law enforcement staff is no exception to this rule; in 2010 there were 4,861 reports of police misconduct in the United States (NPMSRP). Police misconduct can mean anything from fraud or theft, to sexual assault or the use of excessive force....   [tags: Media and Public Opinion]
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Public Opinion Meets the Internet - The Internet along with other technologies has opened channels of communication. Not only has the Internet played a great role in forming international public opinions regarding the United States throughout the Middle East, Asia, and Western Europe, but it has also helped to democratize the rest of the world by allowing them to voice their own opinions. However, sometimes the incited cyber public opinions would lead to some extremely negative behaviors and cause serious problems like cyber bullying, real life crimes, and even a long time social unrest....   [tags: technology, opinions]
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Forming an Opinion of Others based on Wealth - Imagine a world where everyone wears the same types and colors of clothing, and listens to the same type of music. How would that world appear to anybody that has lived in this world. Very likely, it would appear bland and boring; with no changes or differences in nearly all aspects of life. For most people, what is worn and listened to, affects how others are viewed through the eyes of everyone else and is used to express opinions and personality. Typically, 2 people will form an opinion of others within the first 3 seconds of meeting one another....   [tags: opinions, classism,] 553 words
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Search for 'argumentative' to find 'opinion' essays - Odyssey Essay Being attacked by one eyed monsters, huge storms, a giant sea dragon, and scores of angry men were just a few of the perils Odysseus had to overcome. He did not only overcome them, but he did so in a way that would forever be thought of as heroic. Odysseus, the epic hero of Homer's The Odyssey demonstrates the Greek ideal of leadership, bravery, and devotion to the gods. Odysseus was a great leader and showed his leadership abilities many times, times where his men were ready to give up and accept their fate....   [tags: Opinion Essays] 642 words
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The Opinion of Four - Books that are on the Best-Seller-List are reviewed or criticized more than any other book published at any given time. Which is the case of the, “Tipping Point, written by Malcolm Gladwell.” Gladwell’s book has been combed over many times over by Book Reviews/Critics. From the excerpts, I have read of the, “Tipping Point,” Gladwell seems laudable of the reviews. Evaluation of the following Book Reviewer/Critics, Allan Wolfe from the Nytimes.com, Kirk McElhearn from Techsoc.com, and Andrew Collins from Redfenceproject.com will allow me to form an opinion....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Biased Opinion Narrative - My employer, an electrical fixtures supply company, has decided to purchase company cars for all of the sales staff. I have been asked to select the line of automobiles that should be purchased. I have decided that on grounds of economy and longevity that it is in the company's best interest to purchase Volvo's. As a prudent and sensible buyer, I have done research on the web and have discovered that experts agree the Volvo is the most mechanically superior and safe automobile for my companies needs....   [tags: Biased Opinion Car Brand Narrative] 963 words
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Some Laws are Based on Opinion - Since the robber during the night is presumed to be indulging in the murder of the householder, the householder is permitted to use deadly force to prevent him/her and his/her family from being assaulted. On the contrary, due to the fact that the robber during the day is presumed to merely have the intention of stealing without assault, the householder may not use deadly force against the robber, and may only strike him down without murdering him. Rashi goes on further to teach that if the thief/robber is recognized for whatever reason (perhaps some light shines upon him or his voice sounds familiar or he is not wearing a mask) as a familiar person to the householder, than the householder ma...   [tags: robbery, intent, crime] 712 words
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Media's Effect on Public Opinion - Public opinion regarding politics is a hot-button subject. It can make or break a politicians career or if a bill or initiative passes or fails. In this age of instant access to information we are constantly updated on current affairs by a plethora of outlets such as The Internet on sites like www.foxnews.com or www.msnbc.com or Television for either cable news like Fox News, CNN, MSNBC or CSPAN. There is also smartphone access to news sources via apps that update you on breaking news or Basic Cable news like NBC Nightly News....   [tags: Society, News, Media]
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Morality, Freedom and Public Opinion - The protagonists in the films Kinsey by Bill Condon and Thank You for Smoking by Jason Reitman are two men who are cut from very different styles of cloth. In Kinsey, the titular character uses logical discourse and gathered statistics in an attempt to remove the shackles of moral prudery from the subject of human sexuality for the betterment of humanity. On the other hand, the central character in Thank You for Smoking is a lobbyist for the tobacco industry who uses logical fallacy and rhetoric to obscure the health risks of tobacco use because he is extraordinarily good at it, and additionally he gets paid handsomely....   [tags: Character Analysis ]
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Everyones Entitled to an Opinion - Everyone is entitled to an opinion Education is a universal accepted idea that promotes success. We all agree that an education is ideal for each individual as it promotes cognitive growth in all aspects. Growth in the economy, medicine research and a reduced crime rate can all be contributed to having an education. There is a general understanding of how greatly beneficial education is to society. However with every great thing there are different opinions. There are many different variables that pertain in education....   [tags: Education, Crime Rates, Medical Research]
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To Each His Own Opinion - To each his own Opinion During the 20th century, America had many challenges and one of the main issues was social discrimination. Although slavery was abolished in the late 19th century, the Negros were still being treated unfairly by the white majority. They were forced to separate themselves from the white society against their will. They had different schools, facilities, and even had to sit in a different section on the buses. However, a few individuals had decided to step up and take action against this racial segregation and through their inspiring speeches and interviews, they created change in the nation....   [tags: Racism] 958 words
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Argument on Public Opinion - The maxim above denotes the basis for human society. Prior to the social institution of public opinion, communal living was non-existent. With its gradual inception over time, some semblance of order and society emerged. But considering Rousseau's famous utterance that man is born free but everywhere he is in "chains", humans are now subjected and do not have absolute freedom in a broad sense. In the United States, public opinion is usually taken into consideration and is not completely taken into account....   [tags: Media ]
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Public Opinion Survey Analysis - ... This can be beneficial in helping variety cultures comprehend one another since it allows the people to have a chance to speak for themselves and share their perspectives instead of letting vocal media stars talk on behalf of all. in this essay, two kinds of surveys are going to be provided the first one about Nuclear Power and Public Opinion which has a strong support for its conclusion and the second one survey is about who is more threatening to the world Israel and America or Iran which has a weak support for its conclusion....   [tags: ] 846 words
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Man's Opinion about Women - There are many influences that affect a man’s opinion about women. Influences such as personal experiences, rumors, and the women in a man’s life help form his opinion of a woman. Henrik Ibsen and Oscar Wilde are two playwrights who reflected their beliefs about women in their plays. Ibsen and Wilde both believe that society shunned women, unfairly forcing them into a submissive role, under the control of men. On March 20, 1828, Henrik Johan Ibsen was born in Skien, Norway (Merriman Ibsen 1) and had four biological siblings (Meyer 13) His parents went from wealthy to poor at his age of six (Meyer 13)....   [tags: Biography, Ibsen and Wilde] 1674 words
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Respecting Other Religions Opinion - ... This is because we are at a time and age where there are many, many different religions and because of this, there are also many arguments about who belongs to the right and “true” church. Of course, every religion believes that they are the true and chosen religion of God. Nevertheless, we need to take into consideration that despite what we believe, others may believe differently and it is not okay to put down and/or criticize other religions because of difference of opinion. We are all sons and daughters of a God who loves us all very much....   [tags: religion, christianity, latter day saint] 716 words
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The Power of Opinion - The Power of Opinion Confidence is a key component in the development of success. In order to reach this stability one must be a recipient of encouragement and upholding. This support creates an individuality and esteem for success. For example, in my experiences with females I have come to a vague realization that they feed off of encouragement. It seems like the focus of most of the girls that I know, is to impress. I believe this because when they are complimented, to most it will make their day....   [tags: Papers] 369 words
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Public Opinion Extraction - 2. Related Work Many of works have been done in the area of public opinion extraction, some works went to find the polarity and others find both polarity and subjectivity. The work has been done for many languages and to serve many of purposes like politics, social services, movie reviews…etc., but unfortunately there is no work has been done for Arabic language. In the following we browsing some of these works: OSVision Opinion Mining [6] is an automatic system which can extract opinions from the Web....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Public Opinion of the Affordable Care Act - ... Public opinion was intended not to put insurance companies out of business but to make a self-sufficient team by driving down overhead costs and profit motives. Role of Lobbyists When the unveiling of the bill occurred in mid-Novemeber the roles of the lobbyists was apparent. With a large push to gain fellow lobbyists, a head lobbyist Nexon built efforts to future lobbyists to follow according to Johnson (2013). The health care industry appeared through Nexon’s team to be deeply embedded into Capitol Hill....   [tags: health, understanding, lobbyists]
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Media, Public Opinion, and Foreign Policy - The matter of public opinion including its influence on policy making has been debated by different scholars throughout the world. There are differences in the way realists including liberals view public opinion. For realists public opinion is unstable, lack consistency also that it does not influence foreign policy making, in contrast realists view public opinion as stable, consistent thus it influences foreign affairs including policy making. Therefore the government or policy makers can take into account the opinions of the public or ignore it when making important decisions....   [tags: Foreign Policy Essays]
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The Political Opinion and Behavior of Adolescents and/or Immigrants - Subject: the political opinion and behavior of the adolescents and/or immigrants Aim: understand how the political internet memes being non traditional forms of political participation, are able to express and influence the political opinion of voters. Background New social media are tools that allow us to reduce the price of the individual participation of discussion and action in political life, as well as strengthen the capacity of feedback. They do this by facilitating the transition from private to public segment of the information space....   [tags: political participation, social media]
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California's Voter Opinion on Obama's Performance - ... Polls conducted through telephone interviews are becoming quite outdated as an increasing amount of Americans are choosing to get rid of their landlines or not participate in telephone interviews at all. As a result, this poll may not be the most accurate representation of California’s opinion on Obama. During this age of technology, collecting voter’s opinions via Internet is best. Survey researchers could find a trustworthy sampling technique to gather data on how Californians truly feel about the President through an online search engine....   [tags: administration, poll, disapprove] 1065 words
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Personal Opinion: Education and Teaching Methods - In the 12th and 13th centuries, ideas and attitudes regarding education began to change considerably, gaining supreme importance, and in due course leading to an intellectual revolution in the foreseeable 14th century. The main reason for this advancement was the establishment of more towns, resulting in an increased necessity of formal education; Therefore, In 800, although it did not happen immediately, Charlemagne ordered that every town in the “Holy Roman Empire” shall establish a school. With the coming of the economic revival of the late 11th century, educational opportunities became increasingly more achievable....   [tags: History, Social Changes]
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Personal Opinion Essay: Perspective on Religion - In today’s progressive world new religious have emerge in the 21st century by bringing with them a new faith, perspectives, practices and more. However, these new religions tend to look miserable upon by the older religions such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam and other religions. Therefore, non- religions people as well as religions people call these new Religions were insulted as “cults”, connected them with malevolent, angers, faiths, and outrageous. This kind relationship is very similar to job old employers getting praise and new employers getting no praise, just because they are new and inexperience....   [tags: Beliefs, Tolerance] 917 words
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A Personal Opinion Essay About Marijuana - There has always been controversy about marijuana and the affects it has on health and the issue of legalization. Some people believe it is very destructive to one’s health, and yet others feel the complete opposite about it. Is Marijuana truly harmful to one’s health. “Marijuana, the Deceptive Drug”, written by George Bierson, was published in the Massachusetts News. In this article, Bierson determines that marijuana is harmful in many ways. He seems to think that it damages the brain, the reproductive system, and also contributes to the halt of production in the immune system....   [tags: Drug, Legalization] 517 words
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How Media Influences Public Opinion - Abstract In our democratic society, mass media is the driving force of public opinion. Media sources such as Internet, newspaper, news-broadcasts, etc, play significant roles in shaping a person’s understanding and perception about the events occurred in our daily lives. As long as the newspapers, internet, network television, etc, continued to be easily accessible to the public, the media will continue to have an influence in shaping its opinions. Factors such as agenda-setting, framing and priming help shape the public opinions....   [tags: Media] 1625 words
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Same-Sex Marriage and Public Opinion - “[Same-sex marriage legalization] would be a foolish and tragic choice,” the statement made by Peter Sprigg in 2012, still does echo some Americans feelings about same-sex marriage. Although there is some truth to his statement, the tide is turning in favor of legalization of same-sex marriage. As public opinion polls show, Americans are beginning to accept the idea of same-sex marriage more and more than they have been in the past. Their opinions rely on a variety of differing things, the majority does claim to the belief of religious marriage....   [tags: Legal Issues, Moral Implications]
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Opinion on Abortion - Opinion on Abortion My own opinion of abortion is very varied. There are so many different reasons for abortions. Every woman who has had one will have had reasons. I am sure they wouldn't have decided in a few minutes that they were going to abort their baby. They would have thought long and hard about what to do. I put myself in the position of someone else. If I got pregnant now would I really be able to keep it. I would, for one, have to stop school and miss out on the education I would need to bring up a child....   [tags: Papers] 1125 words
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It's my opinion - It's my opinion I was told that the principal had used her executive power to chop up my article into bits that didn’t contain the harassing, offensive points that it originally owned. I was sad, very very sad. It’s tough for someone with a weak emotional structure to be rejected and told I’m harassing to younger people. So, the advisors went to the bargaining table, nothing changed. Therefore we revised, redid, and reedited the entire article and pumped out a version that had the heart and soul cut out of it, but we put it in the paper anyway....   [tags: social issues] 752 words
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Opinion on Abortion - Opinion on Abortion Abortion is when a foetus is expelled from its mother's womb before the pregnancy reaches full term (usually 40 weeks). The abortion act says that a woman can have an abortion if the pregnancy would put her in danger, or if the baby was so handicapped that it could not survive independently and it would have no quality of life. The act also says that these reasons for abortion are accepted whereas a woman who simply did not want another child would not be allowed to abort her pregnancy....   [tags: Papers] 1146 words
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Opinion Of The Ewells in To Kill a Mockingbird - To Kill a Mockingbird : Discuss Your Opinion Of The Ewells The Ewells play a significant part in this story of "To Kill a Mockingbird". In the first chapter, Scout mentions the Ewells to us that the "Ewells started it all". Scout means that the Ewells had an affect on the residents of Maycomb. The story will involve an allegation of rape and the way black and white issues (the prejudice that runs through the whole of the story) are covered. Burris Ewell, the son of Bob Ewell, shows how bad his living conditions are....   [tags: English Literature] 1373 words
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Authorial Opinion Of Wife Of Bath - The character of the Wife of Bath is clearly feminist. She indicates this by her extreme ideas of female “maistrye” and statements such as “I have the power duringe al my lyf upon his proper body, and nought he,” which is extremely feminist. However, Chaucer makes us see the Wife of Bath as inconsistent, at times illogical, and also amoral and adulterous, The prologue and tale is spoken by a woman of supposed vast experience, yet was written by a man. While the prologue and tale may be seemingly feminist, could it be a vehicle for a deeper anti-feminist message....   [tags: essays research papers] 521 words
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Opinion of Macbeth in Act 3 - Opinion of Macbeth in Act 3 Shakespeare's Macbeth is the story of a good man turned evil by a dark ambition he cannot control… Macbeth is tragic hero whose character can be viewed from different prospectuses. It is wrong to categorise him as either a tormented man or a callous tyrant because in the play he is displayed as both. We see him digress from, at the beginning of the play a courageous man driven by ambition to become a cruel and arbitrary man. I am going to examine Shakespeare's portrayal of the downward spiral of a man once called a "worthy gentleman" and now "fiendish hell hound"....   [tags: Papers] 825 words
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How Important is Expert Opinion in The Search for Knowledge? - An expert is someone who has extensive knowledge in their field. They obtain the knowledge through various means such as research, experience, and observation in a particular area of study or in a specific phenomenon. Their knowledge of a certain field is specific and exceeds the knowledge of an average person, and this allows others to rely upon their opinion. These experts normally express their opinion in the form of writing in order to easily transmit and disseminate their opinion to the mass....   [tags: Research Methods]
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How Public Opinion Changed the Course of the Vietnam War - The Vietnam War certainly left a distaste in the lives of many who have been affected by the war; scholars have become increasingly interested in the interaction between war and public opinion. There have been many scholarly works published on the Vietnam War, but the issue that will be analyzed here is how public opinion changed the course of the war. The first article by Scott Gartner and Gary Segura is titled, “Race, Casualties, and Opinion in the Vietnam War,” it examined how the diverse races within America in combination with the atrocities in the war led to the formation of opinions that were similar in one race but were different in another race....   [tags: Vietnam War Essays]
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The Five Models Reflecting Public Opinion in Politics - A belief shared by most people, the voice of the people. The opinion of the public is the popular view. Opinions bring public beliefs to the attention of decision/policy makers. Public opinion is that opinion which government must heed to. Public opinion is reflected by public policy through five models according to Norman Luttbeg. The Rational-Activist Model in which voters use elections as a policy expression. Individual citizens are expected to be informed politically, involved, rational, and above all, active (pg 19)....   [tags: politics] 661 words
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Reflection of an Interview on Public Opinion of US National Security - ... For example, I asked: “…should the federal government adopt more transparent practices in regard to the surveillance of citizens?” This question poses, for the first time in the conversation, the idea of transparency within the government which could have given the impression that transparency is needed. My motive in asking relatively specific rather than open-ended questions was found in Chong’s article, “How People Think, Reason, and Feel about Rights and Liberties”. He found that open-ended questions, much like most survey questions, tend to create “top-of-head” responses rather than more thoughtful and insightful answers that better gauge the interviewee’s opinion....   [tags: surveillance, protocol, questions] 949 words
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Public opinion on Gun Control - Public Opinion on Gun Control The twentieth century was a time of many political assassinations and violent shootings. A nation in shock mourned the deaths of President John Kennedy and civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. At the end of the twentieth century the nation endured rising rates of violent crime, with young people frequently involved as victims and perpetrators and often armed with guns. Between July 1992, and June 30, 1999, there were 358 school-associated violent deaths in the United States, including 255 deaths of school- aged children, or about 51 such violent deaths each year....   [tags: Second Amendment The Right To Bear Arms] 2585 words
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Capital Punishment and Public Opinion - Capital Punishment and Public Opinion What does the public think about capital punishment in various countries around the world. This paper will examine the outcomes of recent surveys and polls. In Guatemala, a poll on the death penalty taken in Guatemala City, the capital, in June, found that 74% of those interviewed were in favour of the death penalty. 78.5% supported the execution of two men the previous week, who had been sentenced to death for kidnapping. However only 20.5% thought that the executions would cause crime rates to fall....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics] 915 words
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My My Opinion On Censorship - My My Opinion On Censorship I don’t have a clear feeling about censorship; however I do think that it is a bad thing because people don’t get to see parts of the film, which they came to see. Some parts of films are hidden from the viewers and this is because the film certification company may feel that what will be shown in a film may affect people....   [tags: Papers] 491 words
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Liberal's Opinion on American Government - The typical philosophical ideals of the liberals seem to focus on the government helping the little guy and leveling the playing field. They oppose tax-cuts for the rich, they are distrustful of big-business and those who are wealthy. They like government programs that help minorities and those with lower incomes. They want to raise the minimum wage, provide better national healthcare and provide better unemployment and welfare coverage’s. They nearly always side with unions over management, the guy who sues the big business....   [tags: essays research papers] 847 words
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What Drives Public Opinion on the European Union? - 1 Once upon a Time... As the European Union (EU) has changed from an economic entity to also a political one, so has the public opinion towards the EU. While support for the EU used to prevail among its citizens, Euroskepticism has spread across Europe nowadays. This change in public attitude became most apparent when the referendum on the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe failed in the Netherlands and in France in 2005. Many studies have been conducted to understand the attitude formation towards the EU....   [tags: European Union Essays]
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Politicians Use the Media to Shape Public Opinion - ... Though marijuana use, possession and sales remain illegal under federal law, nowhere else in the world has pot sales as legal as they are under these new laws in Colorado, not even in the popular Amsterdam. In Massachusetts, medical marijuana became legalized in 2012 when voters passed the law on a ballot. In 2008, voters decimalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana. The law took effect January 1, 2013, eliminating criminal and civil penalties for the possession and use of up to a 60-day supply of marijuana for patients possessing a state issued registration card....   [tags: coverage, influence, groups] 1934 words
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The Differences in Professional Opinion on Gross Domestic Product - ... According to the article that was given to the class, written by Osagie Imasogie and Thaddeus J. Kobylarz Lady Gaga Music as well as other artist will now contribute to the GDP. The authors make a comparison with Lady Gaga investing money in writing and recording her music to a factory investing money on a new machine, explaining that the investment from Lady Gaga wouldn’t count towards the GDP but the investment from the factory would, when in reality both investments are to improve the final product being sold to consumers (KOBYLARZ, 2013)....   [tags: economy, markets, value] 581 words
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The Determinants of Arab Public Opinion Towards Other Countries - ... The sample of the poll consist 3400 adults from 7 Arab countries (subject countries). Respondents are chosen as 600 adults per country from Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and 400 adults per country from Morocco, Lebanon, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Each country divided into geographic regions and participants from each region were selected at random. Within the poll, the participants are asked to answer the following question to determine their attitudes toward 13 non-Arab “object” countries....   [tags: attitudes, variables, relationships]
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Policy Memo on Recent French Public Opinion Polls - PS 361 Policy Brief TO: President Barack Obama FROM: Undersecretary of State for European Affairs, Chad Johnson RE: Requested policy memo on recent French public opinion polls. Mr. President, The National Front (aka. Front National, FN) is Frances largest far-right party. In France's 2002 presidential elections, they surprised that nation by coming in second to Jaque Chirac (RPR party.) This was a surprise because polling at the time indicated that the first round would result in the second round being between Chirac and Jospin (Socialist Party.) This election in 2002 was monumental for France, and perhaps indicative of a larger trend for the country....   [tags: National Front, France, human rights] 1578 words
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System Control and Religion: A Personal Opinion Essay - Have you ever wondered why religion exists, or maybe how come there are so many different religions. Each religion claims to be the one true religion, having the one (or many) true god(s). Well, have you ever thought there may be more to the story. Different religions appeal to different people, right. Religion is one of the things that keep people in order. The Ten Commandments, The Bible, prophets, and all of that. They all drill into your mind that if you don’t obey terrible things will happen to you, for example, hell, karma, and the like....   [tags: Sin, Homosexuality, Beliefs] 613 words
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Is Graffiti a Way to Express One's Opinion or Is it Vandalism? - Throughout the ages art has played a vital role in our life, for it is universal and everywhere, so we experience daily basis the houses we live in to the movies we see. Even in ancient culture, from the prehistoric period, art has played a crucial role by encouraging cave dwellers drawing on the wall of caves to record history. Most art is created for a specific reason or purpose, since it has a way of expressing ideas and beliefs, and it can record the experiences of all people, yet not all people agree on art styles; thus, while some people can consider something art, other may not like the same thing and regard it as a vandalism, and that is actually the case of graffiti....   [tags: ideas, beliefs, art styles, vandalism, art] 1710 words
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Personal Opinion About Horses: A Horse is a Horse? - ... Each of them has their stronger points during these events. Scout’s lead changes are flawless and if he takes a barrel to close and clips it; that has no effect on him. Scout is not elegant, he’s more about brute strength and power. Jack is a gaited horse. He runs in a single foot gait meaning one foot is always on the ground. It’s a very unique gait and not suited to lead changes. However, Jack’s poles and barrels are amazing. Even at full gallop he very seldom touches one, and hasn’t knocked any down in years....   [tags: competition horse, horsemen] 956 words
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Personal Opinion Essay: Should Marijuana be Legalized? - ... However, for the sake of argument let’s say we went with this option today; look at our status quo. The government would dedicate even more of their means, bureaucracies and local law enforcement, to pursuing “pot-heads”, raiding dispensaries, and throwing these “offenders” into jail or prison where they often become violent criminals, all on the tax payer’s dime. Based on the Federal Bureau of Investigations’ Uniform Crime Report of 2011 49.5% of all drug related arrest are related to marijuana....   [tags: Medical, Recreational, Drugs] 1242 words
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Shouls Steroids be Legal? Personal Opinion Essay - ... There is a downside to using steroids as well. Steroids create a high source of testosterone for males, which is good for growing muscle mass, but can make you grow too fast. Men average 4 to 7 milligrams of testosterone a day, but with steroids, men can easily quadruple that amount. In which case, for adolescent teens, can stunt growth. This means that the human body has an overload of chemicals in the body and shuts down completely. Testosterone is tricky, it’s not good to mess around with....   [tags: Sports, Enhancement, Testosterone]
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