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The Growing Popularity of Extreme Sports - Extreme Sports Over the past ten years I have noticed that my local snowboarding park has become more crowded every season, especially with younger kids. This has not only been the case for snowboarding, but for all extreme sports. I’ve noticed this trend at my local skateboarding park also. More so, there has been a noticeable increase of extreme sports being broadcast on television today than ever before. These changes caused me to ask the question: why have extreme sports become so popular to youngsters....   [tags: Extreme Sports] 1262 words
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Articles on the Topic of Extreme Drought in Africa - My topic is the extreme cases of droughts that are occurring throughout Africa. Drought is a local or regional lack of precipitation such that ability to raise crops and feed animals is seriously impaired. Our Environmental Science textbook covers this topic in chapters 9 and 20. Environmental Science is the branch of science concerned with environmental issues. My topic relates to environmental science because in developing countries such as Africa, food, water, clothing, medicine, and many other essential needs for life is extremely limited and situations such as droughts make it even harder for people to live and go through life....   [tags: Extreme Drought, Africa, Environmental Science, En] 970 words
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Extreme Measure Comes With Extreme Percaution - “Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. We have taken the necessary security precautions and are prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect America and Americans.” President George W. Bush On September 11, 2001, terrorists initiated multiple attacks on America that took the lives of nearly three thousand innocent people. It was a day of destruction and horror that will be branded in the minds of many for a long time....   [tags: National Security]
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Going to Extreme Lengths in "The Crucible" - Have you ever been overwhelmingly passionate about something that you would do anything it took to accomplish it. Sometimes people go to extreme lengths to get what they want. The Crucible is a play that shows us that trait. In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Abigail Williams does just that. Abigail William's desire for John Proctor creates her dishonest and manipulative actions that affect the whole village. Abigail loves John Proctor even though he is already married and has a strong desire for him....   [tags: Crucible, Aurthur Miller, ]
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Extreme Sports: A Reaction to Extreme Technology - Extreme Sports: A Reaction to Extreme Technology Many people in America work at jobs where they are separated from Nature and other people, sectioned off in cublicles, plugged into a machine, doing work which neither challenges their intellect nor is fulfilling personally. As a result, a separation forms not only between others and from Nature itself, but from themselves, and their purpose in life. A feeling develops that are not living life to the fullest. Much of our interaction these days is "virtual interaction", taking place between us and a screen....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays] 1911 words
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Extreme Euphemisms - When most Americans think of the word “torture”, images of barbaric and savage individuals inflicting pain in repulsively innovative ways are what usually come to mind. Torture is what foreigners do, because, as Americans, we are too civilized and morally superior to engage in such behavior. In “Regarding the Torture of Others,” Susan Sontag argues that because American readers and the culture have become a sexually charged and violent entity concerned with having “fun,” the heinous photos depicting the torture of terrorists at Abu Ghraib is as much their fault, as it is the Bush administration’s....   [tags: Language] 1514 words
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Extreme Political Polarization - Extreme Political Polarization The political climate today is increasingly becoming more turbulent as Republicans and Democrats volley for superiority in Washington. The two parties are becoming more polarized by the hour, and this is affecting the ability of the government to move forward and pass legislation and continue to improve America. The Senate is in a state of gridlock on some of the most important issues to the people of the United States to date, and yet the senators which the people elected are instead caught up in fighting the people on the other side of the aisle....   [tags: Politics] 1033 words
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Two Extreme Views on Gun Control - Take away all registered guns in America and abolish the second amendment and now America is the least violent country in the world. That’s the opposite of what my family NRA (National Rifle Association) card holding friend would say he simply disagrees. (Babcock) “You would leave the general American public defenseless against all the criminals that would still possess firearms.” (Babcock). It’s an obvious problem facing the American society today. “America is the most violent nation in the Western World” (Strahinich 23)....   [tags: Argumentative Essays, Persuasive Essays]
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Extreme Frugality: An American Co-culture - Several months ago I began to suspect that a new acquaintance had some unusual ideas about money. Her Facebook posts and conversation starters revolved around living a frugal lifestyle and her approach, at least at the time, seemed quite novel. The Great Recession has certainly forced all of us to reevaluate our spending behaviors and tighten up our proverbial belts a few notches. In fact, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) conducted a poll in January that shows many of us are experiencing “frugal fatigue.” Cunningham, an NFCC spokesperson, says that “…66 percent (of respondents), indicated they were tired of pinching pennies… ,” but, “(t)he interesting finding is that mor...   [tags: Finance]
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Can We Reduce Extreme Poverty? - ... To develop, these countries require additional investment meaning that the roads can be built, and the arid climates can be overcome with irrigations. This adverse geography can be solved only with physical investments and good conservation. “The Fiscal Trap” is the third one and his message towards the developed countries is that a debt cancellation could be the only way to restart their economies, in other words that if they want to jumpstart their economies, it has to be done from zero. “Governance Failure Trap” occurs when the government is not oriented toward economic development....   [tags: Poverty Essays] 1694 words
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Extreme Roles of Women in Sports - Extreme Roles of Women in Sports Sports are so prevalent and popular these days that we often see them as symbolic of real-life issues and real-life drama. The football field can illustrate the battle between good and evil. The baseball pitcher, nearing retirement, can come back to give one last game and wow the crown one last time before gracefully surrendering the field. Isn't that what sports represent. The good guys (i.e. your baseball team) go to battle against the bad guys. It's not quite war, but it might as well be war without causalities....   [tags: Females Athletics Gender Papers] 1122 words
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The Extreme Right in Britain - The Extreme Right in Britain Introduction Perhaps, one of the highly debated issues in the electoral procedures of different European nations is about the extreme right. Based on the premise that the nation is the primary unit of social and political organization, extremist nationalism has been revived since the demise of communism. Unlike civic nationalism, which stresses equality and solidarity, the exaggerated, chauvinistic, and aggressive nationalism of the extreme right upholds the significance of the nation and national identity against any other value....   [tags: Political Politics]
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Factors of Extreme Heat Waves in US during 2012 - ... Scientists from different parts of the globe researched to understand the involvement of human-induced greenhouse gases which may have fueled extreme heat waves. “NOAA report found some evidence that human-caused climate change contributed to an extreme weather event” (Diffenbaugh). It is evident that the concentration of CO2, Methane and other harmful gases have increased by a greater margin as compared to previous decades due to transportation, industries and deforestation. These gases have the potential to cause inevitable damage to the Ozone layer resulting in the presence of inert gases in the atmosphere....   [tags: Greenhouse, United States, climate]
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The Extreme Right Party Electorate in Western Europe - The extreme right parties in Western Europe emerged successfully in the 1980s. Evans (2005) argues how their surge effectively moved them from outcasts to political entrepreneurs. From this wave of success to the present day, a number of socio-economic and political factors have facilitated a change in the socio- demographic of the party’s electorate over time. However, what has become significantly interesting in new analysis is that their electorate patterns are becoming increasingly similar across countries despite electoral success (Hainsworth, 2008)....   [tags: Socio-Demographic Profile, Western Europe]
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Abortion in Extreme Circumstances Only - Abortion Abortion is the induced termination of pregnancy before the embryo or fetus is capable of survival. This issue has created moral and social concern since the beginning of time. Individuals as well as the church, which is very influential on some people, have had to take a stand on either side of this controversial issue. There are many different views being taken on abortion making the decision of right or wrong that much more difficult to make. The act of aborting a fetus deals with a very complex definition of what a human life is....   [tags: Papers Pregnancy] 1349 words
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The Sports of Korfball, Extreme Ironing, Underwater Hockey and Rugby - Baseball, hockey, korfball anyone. The wide world of sports ranges from the predictable to the obscure. You can play korfball with the people of the Netherlands, go to the extreme ironing world championship near Munich, Germany, or play underwater hockey or rugby with the New Jersey Hammerheads, or any of the other seven teams in the United States. No matter how strange these sports sound or seem, people play them. Korfball is a co-ed sport similar to basketball, except it is typically played on a large, grassy field....   [tags: sports, ] 721 words
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Extreme Passion Illustrated in Peter Shaffer's Play, Equus - One definition of madness is "mental delusion or the eccentric behavior arising from it." But Emily Dickenson wrote Much madness is divinest Sense- To a discerning Eye- Novelists and playwrights have often seen madness with a "discerning Eye." Select a novel or play in which a character's apparent madness or irrational behavior plays an important role. Then write a well-organized essay in which you explain what this delusion or eccentric behavior consists of and how it might be judged reasonable....   [tags: Peter Shaffer, Equus] 724 words
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A Woman’s Place: The Catastrophe of Sexism Taken to the Extreme - Are women equal to men. Are they essentially the same or wholly different beings. How are women to be treated and what is their position. In 1892 when this story was written, a woman’s place was at home and she was to be submissive to her husband. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the author, was a feminist who disagreed with this principle. Her discontentment with a woman’s role in society, their medical treatment in regards to mental disorders, and the institution of marriage are evident in her writing....   [tags: Gender Studies]
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Extreme Gambling Habits: Addiction or Just an Obsession - Gambling in the United States seems to be as American as apple pie. Going to the convenience store to pick up your weekly lottery ticket, then day dreaming about what you would do if you won. I have actually divided out how much I would give to each family member, how many houses I would buy and trips I would take. Once a year I take my wife to the casino for her birthday and we take a couple hundred dollars and spend all night at the roulette table, then end the night at the slot machine. It can be an expensive, however rewarding night out....   [tags: Psychology ]
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Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer: Extreme Characters - Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer – Extreme Characters The Adventures of Huckleberry, Finn by Mark Twain, follows Huck, a young boy, through his adventures down the Mississippi River. Through his adventures and many obstacles with Jim, a loyal run-away slave, Huck changes and becomes more mature. He overcomes his carelessness and prank playing that he had at the expense of other people. Towards the end of his journey he is reunited with his old and close friend Tom Sawyer. The two once were very similar but now have many differences which are quite obvious....   [tags: Literary Characters] 692 words
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Extreme Nationalist, Hitler’s Rise into Power - ... The Gestapo was the “secret” police that Hitler had set up. The Gestapo took anyone who rebelled against Hitler’s laws and placed those people in concentration camps. According to A teacher’s guide to the Holocaust, thousands of Gypsies, homosexuals, Protestants and mainly Jews were taken to these concentration camps that Hitler had created. The concentration camps put the “prisoners” in such bad conditions that it was nearly impossible for them to fight back. These Jews, or other races or religions, did not know that they were going to prison homes....   [tags: great depression, hitler, dictatorial power]
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Extreme Depictions of Feminism - Extreme Depictions of Feminism in John Irving's The World According to Garp and Catherine MacKinnon's Sexuality In the classroom, in popular culture and in suburbia, to call someone or something 'extreme' is enough to completely eliminate his, her or its credibility. 'Extreme' has become a derogatory comment. In this paper, I will be dealing with two extreme depictions of feminism; one from John Irving's novel The World According to Garp and the other Catherine MacKinnon's essay "Sexuality." It is important to keep in mind that some have argued that the extreme views of any movement for social change are important because they push boundaries and make other voices of the movement sound mor...   [tags: John Irving World According to Garp]
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Extreme Sports - Extreme Sports Works Cited Missing “Extreme sports have boomed since the early '90s” (Petrecca 16). It is hard to believe that such activities as sky diving, snowboarding, bungee jumping, and the up and coming razor scooter have been labeled as so-called “extreme sports”. What characteristics must a sport have to labeled extreme. Perhaps it is the lack of safety, or the inability to create specific rules for these sports. Maybe it is the fact that these sports are just recently becoming mainstream so there is no other classification other than extreme sports....   [tags: Skydiving Snowboarding Sporting Essays] 939 words
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Extreme Rationalism - Extreme Rationalism Rationalism is the idea that we can gain knowledge through the processes of mind alone. Empiricism is the idea that we can only gain knowledge through the senses. Empiricism has been adopted by the Western world because it is the foundation of the scientific approach to life that we use. Various popular sayings such as 'seeing is believing' and 'I heard it with my own ears', show that we accept the use of the senses without question....   [tags: Papers] 539 words
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Extreme Roles - Extreme Roles In every country, city, town and neighborhood in the world, there are stereotypes. We all live in a classified area where you can be regarded as rich, poor or middle class. Within those three types there becomes sub-categories, where ethnicity , gender and sexuality also become a part of the environment. The list goes on and on. In David H. Hwang’s M. Butterfly, the roles of men and women in the Eastern and Western society are extremely limited in that men and women are both expected to act there part....   [tags: essays research papers] 968 words
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The Commercialization of Extreme Sports (X Sports) - The Commercialization of Extreme Sports (X Sports) ABSTRACT For years, extreme sports had little to nothing in common with each other except for high risk, and an appeal to women and men from the ages of 12 to 34. Entertainment Sports Programming Network (ESPN), realizing this age group was a prime viewing audience, brought together several extreme sports and created yet another commercialized sporting spectacle. Since 1995, this television network has produced the Summer X Games. After these summer productions proved to be successful television and live spectator events, ESPN expanded into the winter extreme sports....   [tags: X Sports]
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Voltaire's Candide Exposes Extreme Optimism - Philosophy of Extreme Optimism in Candide It is often said that a person's life is shaped when he or she is a child. This is very much so with Candide - Pangloss was his tutor in "metaphysico-theologo-cosmolonigology" (Voltaire 18) since Candide was a child, and instilled into Candide's mind his philosophy of extreme optimism. Pangloss belief that "all is for the best in this world" (24) somewhat stays with Candide throughout his travels and is more of a burden to him than anything else....   [tags: Candide essays]
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Extra-tropical Storms, Extreme Weather Should We Worry or Not? - In recent news, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has released the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of Working Group I. The AR5 increased the certainty of human caused climate change from 90% to 95%. The AR5 was published in September of 2013 and is set for finalization in 2014. It is expected to present a clearer view on the current climate conditions. It consists of three Working Groups (WGs) and a Synthesis Report (SYR). In section 6 of chapter 2, the IPCC-AR5 discusses the current storm trends of extra-tropical storms and extreme climate events overall....   [tags: Climate Change, Government]
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Germany Wasn´t the Sole Cause of World War One - The first global world war that led to the death of millions of people and the use of excessive chemical weapons, tanks, and machine guns that the world has ever witnessed is accused by Germany’s violent actions and their extreme ideologies, but some others argue Germany was not the sole cause of the war. In an attempt to dominate the world, Germany enforced their extreme ideologies to the rest of Europe. Many scholars believe that Germany fueled World War 1 because Germany believed that they should conquer the weak....   [tags: extreme ideologies, nationalism, Russia]
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Rainwater Harvesting: Conserving Water at DHS - Decatur High School uses water for numerous tasks on a daily basis. Whether its watering schools lawns, washing animals at the Ag building, watering greenhouse plants, or cooking in the cafeteria and washing one’s hands; DHS could not function without the readily available supply of water. Unfortunately, water has become scarcer in Texas over the past few years, because of extreme drought conditions. Due to the limited supply of water in Wise County and surrounding areas, DHS should install a rainwater harvesting system....   [tags: Extreme Drought, Irrigation]
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Extreme Advertising: Go Big or Go Home - Extreme Advertising: Go Big or Go Home This Maxim climbing gear ad is an example of using both aggressive language and images to promote climbing as an extreme sport. North Face uses this image in their web page. If you wear North Face gear, you too can take your ice axes and back-counrty skis into the Tibetan wilderness. Adidas uses this image in their trail running ads. The caption in the image reads "Runners. Yeah, We're Different." It invites people to relate to some of the more intimate details of a separate subculture....   [tags: BTEC Business Marketing GCSE Coursework]
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Extreme and Moderate Characters in Moliére’s Tartuffe - Extreme and Moderate Characters in Tartuffe In Moliére’s Tartuffe (Moiré 1664), the reader is able to see a great contrast of Extreme and Moderate characters. Extreme characters being those who are seen as over the top, or very passionate people, and the moderate characters having a more calm and subtle approach to ideas. The extreme characters in this case would be Madam Pernelle, Orgon, Tartuffe, and Dorine. The moderate characters are seen as Cleante and Elmire. One of the characters that obviously fall into the extreme character category would be that of Madam Pernelle....   [tags: essays research papers] 525 words
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The Need For Extreme Criminal Justice Reform In California - THE NEED FOR EXTREME CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM IN CALIFORNIA ORIENTATION FACTORS: I. Basic Introduction and description - Introduce basic sides of Criminal Law and Elaborate II. General History and Development - Discuss the history and modifications of Reform Laws in California III. Main Problems and Concern Stimulants - Point out real life statistics and point out incidents IV. Conclusion - Point out the need for an extreme reform and what can be done SENTENCE OUTLINE I. An analysis of Department of Corrections data by the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice in San Francisco, CA, in Nov, 1995 indicates that since the enactment of California's "Three Strikes&qu...   [tags: essays research papers] 2776 words
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Adaptions in Ectothermic and Endothermic Animals to Extreme Climates - Adaptions in Ectothermic and Endothermic Animals to Extreme Climates First of all we need to understand what ectothermic and endothermic animals are. Animals differ in their abilities to regulate body temperature (thermoregulation). We sometimes use the terms "cold-blooded" or "warm-blooded." Most reptiles feel cold to the touch, while mammals and birds often feel warm. Somewhat more precise descriptions can be made by using the terms poikilothermic and homoiothermic. The body temperature of poikllotherms is relatively variable, while that of homeotherms is relatively constant....   [tags: Papers] 1138 words
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Extreme Jealousy in Shakespeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice - Extreme Jealousy in Othello, the Moor of Venice      Aristotle's Poetics laid out the definition of tragedy: unlike comedy, the purpose of tragedy is not merely to instruct and delight an audience. Rather, its aim is to allow a cathartic release as a result of the heightened emotional state caused by the events of the tragedy. This idea assumes that the average person can experience these intense emotions vicariously. In Psyche and Symbol in Shakespeare , Alex Aronson contends that the characters in Shakespearean tragedy have the power to affect us because they tap what Carl Jung called the collective unconscious , the "omnipresent, unchanging, and everywhere identical condition or substr...   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Extreme Censorship in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 - Extreme Censorship in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451      Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 was an interesting Science fiction thriller that provided an odd view on the censorship of books. Not just some books, but all books. An entire distorted culture and civilization where all books are prohibited. And the penalty for being caught with books is that the books must be burned and in some cases the penalty may lead to death. In this tale of censorship and self discovery, Bradbury leads the reader through a short period in the life of the protagonist, Guy Montag....   [tags: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury] 719 words
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Bangladesh Child Labor - The question that typically arises worldwide is… Is child labor beneficial. Many sources state that those who begin work during childhood have yielded harmful effects in the long run; however multiple cultures around the world embrace child workers as active participants in the community. Even in the United States, children were able to hold jobs alongside adults until the early 20th century. Today, children have the job to go to school and come home to complete their homework. They work to earn money independently around the age of fourteen....   [tags: Extreme Poverty, Bangladesh]
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Help Third World Countris that Lack of Necessities to Compete with the Modern Nations - ... Therefore, poor countries depend more and more on international aid and it will never stop until the International community fixes poverty. To stop extreme hunger, combat disease, reduce mortality, and the other goals in the MDG the people who are affected need the money. The key issue we need to focus on is to fix and stop the increase of poverty. II. International Involvement The International Involvement in SOHCUM development was mostly the US. The US Government donated the funds to the World Bank and strongly supported the causes to end poverty and support business to the areas....   [tags: extreme hunger,poverty,UN,IMF]
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Ending Global Poverty by Stephen Smith - ... Education, access to economic opportunity, personal and community empowerment, health and environmental sustainability are all worthy ends to scape poverty traps. However, Smith focuses more on education as one of the main goals to end poverty. Furthermore, Smith states that in order to cut poverty and accelerate economic development governments should invest in primary education for all (34). However, most children who grow up in poverty are denied equal access to education. Even with limited resources, it is important to invest in programs that will provide opportunities to educate children, who can’t afford school for zero cost....   [tags: world peace, extreme poverty, education]
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Understanding Fascism and Its History - Fascism is a type of government which is almost the complete opposite of democracy. Even though it was at a disagreement with communism and socialism, they shared the same views. Fascism comes in a wide variety of forms of government, but it is described as a government of authoritarian. It is not communist, although all fascism is rooted in extreme nationalism. Fascists were anti-democratic people, they did not believe in equality and liberty as the United States does. Their belief was that democracy led to greed amongst its people, weakness, and corruption in the government....   [tags: extreme nationalism, fascism, types of government,] 1170 words
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Epidemiology of the Kwashiorkor Disorder - If you were to mention the word or phrase “Kwashiorkor” most everyone in this world would respond by giving you a puzzled look on their face, a muffled response and have no clue as to what you were referring to. In the Ga language it is literally known as “one who is physically displaced.” When you think of Santa Claus or old Saint Nick what images come to your mind. For most it is a jolly old man with a big, dominant, and a distended, round pot belly. Now with that image in your imagination put that same physical characteristic (round pot belly) on a small, young child, this is known as a disease called Kwashiorkor Disease....   [tags: Extreme Famine, Limited Food Supply]
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Social Phobia or Anxiety Disorder - ... These are everyday symptoms and situations you may receive anxiety from however, for a person with social phobia it is a million times worse. People with social phobia truly believe their lives are in danger when they are not in danger at all. It is extremely hard to live a normal life when you are coastally living in fear and avoiding normal everyday situations. You simply cannot be a functioning member of society living your life like this. Individuals who do avoid these situations are only creating more damage and causing more problems for themselves....   [tags: extreme shyness, isolation, bullied, rejected]
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Action Sports and Television - Action Sports and Television Actions sports have always been interesting to me. The way the athletes perform their tricks, how judges score them, and how the camera operators keep up with such a fast paced competition. The more I thought of my interest in this subject, the more I wanted to know. The growth of action sports on television follows the same pattern of any other type of show genre in its early stages. Documentaries, themed shows or movies, and especially the coverage on live television would be good places to start looking into....   [tags: extreme sports, sports programming, sponsorship]
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The Extreme Cruelty of the Middle Passage - There is no other experience in history where innocent African Americans encountered such a brutal torment. This infamous ordeal is called the Middle Passage or the “middle leg” of the Triangular Trade, which was the forceful voyage of African Americans from Africa to the New World. The Africans were taken from their homeland, boarded onto the dreadful ships, and scattered into the New World as slaves. 10- 16 million Africans were shipped across the Atlantic during the 1500’s to the 1900’s and 10- 15 percent of them died during the voyage....   [tags: slavery]
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Living in a World With Extreme Poverty - ... And this happens often because children are left alone by themselves while their parents work all day (and or night) so children usually have to fend for themselves most of the time. While most children can’t meet the basic needs they require it causes them and some adults to resort to crime and other illegal activities, crime varies over population and wealth it’s high in specific areas and low in others, usually with huge differences in wealth. Crime prevents businesses from thriving by generating instability and uncertainty, which is why most companies in poor and under developed countries tend to not thrive and because of this it usually leaves people with two choices either taking p...   [tags: Threats To World Peace]
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Effects of Overconsumption and Extreme Consumerism - ... Same methods of higher taxation on certain foods can be applied to control and shrink the issue of growing obesity due to overconsumption of unhealthy calorie-dense foods (Andreyeva). Growing rates of obesity among children and adolescence are very alarming. Furthermore, according to CDC, low income children and adolescents are more likely to be obese than their higher income peers. Similar trends are also observed among adult population in certain racial groups (Ogden). Several studies have shown that majority of consumers of high calorie foods and drinks are those with low economic means and among adolescence....   [tags: obesity, overweight population, health]
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Extreme Apathy in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation - Extreme Apathy in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation Many authors go to great lengths to explore the limits of human experience, testing realms beyond the imagination. Anything from physical boundaries to social boundaries are broken and thus redefined; Kafka explores the life of a man turned into a bug, Nabokov examines the life of a man ruled by a sexual desire that is taboo. With so much effort focused on the extremes of life, one work, a play by John Guare entitled Six Degrees of Separation, stands out....   [tags: Guare Six Degrees Separation Essays]
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Exploring Whether Nazi Measures Towards Jews Became More Extreme With Time - Exploring Whether Nazi Measures Towards Jews Became More Extreme With Time From the initial stages of Nazi Germany, and even years before, Hitler made his hostility towards people of the Jewish faith apparent. While in prison, Hitler wrote his autobiography, ‘Mien Kampf’ written in 1924-26, he openly blamed the Jews for the German defeat of the War and all other troubles within Germany. As a result of these feeling, when Hitler came to power in 1933 many laws and actions were taken in hope to eradicate Jews from Germany....   [tags: Papers] 1174 words
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Anarchism as Merely Nineteenth Century Liberalism Taken to Its Logical Extreme - Anarchism as Merely Nineteenth Century Liberalism Taken to Its Logical Extreme - Belief in primacy of the individual, freedom (negative freedom), democracy, free-market. It can be argued that INDIVIDUALIST anarchism is classical liberalism to its logical extreme. Individualist Anarchism: - FREE market. - Highly individualistic. - Optimistic view of human nature - Stateless society. - Emphasis on freedom and civil liberties (as well as emphasis on equality) Comparison between individualist anarchism and liberalism: View on Human nature/individual: - Both believe in the primacy of the individual – highly atomistic (atomism and Stirner-egoism) Egoism implies...   [tags: Papers] 1002 words
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Extreme Poverty in Japan - ... As you can see in the graph above Japan is again above the OECD average. As you can tell from this coefficient there is a considerable gap between the rich and the poor in Japan. In Japan the top 20% of the population earn more than six times as much as the bottom 20%. Causes When you look at the numbers causes for poverty in Japan are the ageing population and an increase in the number of people living alone. If the age-distribution had remained the same since the 80s the relative poverty rate had risen to 14.5%....   [tags: elderly, disable people, relative income poverty]
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Dimensions Through Physics: An Extreme Approach - As stated by the relativity laws we are able to understand the relative motion of matter at higher velocities and the phenomena of length contraction and time dilation. We have arguments stating these irregular behavior at incredible speeds. The theories put forward by many scientists just satisfy the particular need but it fails at some place and a new theory was laid to make up the gap. Do you know the real thing. Our ancestors have made the background of Physics. It is really hard to imagine if they have made a little blunder that can collapse the entire World's scientific situation....   [tags: Physics] 1284 words
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