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Lifestyle, Social Grouping, Interactions, and Survival in _Out of the Silent Planet_ - Out of the silent planet Out of the silent planet by C.S Lewis is a novel that denotes the difference between the social system on planet earth and the planet Malacandra. In Malacandra, groups live in harmony with one another and complement each other. On earth, the social system is brutal and evil. The novel is a science fiction that covers Dr. Ransoms (major character) adventures and encounters on a planet that is entirely different from earth. Ransoms lands into this planet by accident after being kidnapped by two evil men (Devine and Weston) and transported to the planet Malacandra (Mars) by spacecraft....   [tags: Social Behavior / Societal Structures]
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Social Worlds in Blood Brothers - Social Worlds in Blood Brothers Explore how the theme of different social worlds is presented in Blood Brothers by Willy Russell. What comments might Russell be making about his twins You should write about · Mrs Johnstone and Mrs Lyons · Edward and Mickey · The Policeman · The Narrator This essay is about the play Blood Brothers by Willy Russell. I will be discussing the two main female characters in the play, Mrs Johnstone and Mrs Lyons and how they take part in the important events of the play....   [tags: Blood Brothers Willy Russell Social Class Essays] 3574 words
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Emily Bronte and D.H Lawrence's Exploration of Social Class - Social class plays a very significant part in my core text, ‘Wuthering Heights’ and also my partner text , ‘Sons and Lovers’ because it helps the reader determine a sense of character and plays a massive part in the reader finding the true depth of a character. Social class in both novels is determined by location and the origin of the characters, as in ‘Wuthering Heights’ we see that Heathcliff is considered as abnormal and known as having a lower social class because of the uncertainty of his origin....   [tags: Emily Bronte, D.H Lawrence, Social Class, classism] 1276 words
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Crime Among Social Groups - Crime Among Social Groups Why are crime rates higher among some social groups than the others. Are some groups more prone to crime, or are they in situations more conducive to crime. Many factors can influence a person to commit a crime, but is there a common trait that leads people down the road to actually committing a crime. Some traits that can influence criminal behavior are: Families, Economic status, Gender, Race, and Age. Married life domesticates but also can cause strain and difficulties....   [tags: Crime Social Class Society Violence Essays]
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Travis Hirschi's Social Control Theory: Helpful or False? - In this essay I will first explain what a Social Control Theory is and how Hirschi developed his theory ‘Social Bond’ from this, I will also discuss further development of his theory with Gottfredson in a ‘General Theory of Crime’. I will then discuss and consider the criticisms of both theories before providing my own conclusion, including why his theory is still relevant in today’s society. Control theories take on a different approach to other previous theories such as….. Most theorists ask ‘why someone commits a crime’ whilst control theories look at why most people chose not to commit crime....   [tags: Social Control Theory, sociology, Travis Hirschi, ] 1196 words
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Social Tension in Athens: The Second Peloponnesian War - One event that caused Social tension in Athens during the fifth-century B.C.E, was known as the second Peloponnesian war (461 B.C.E.). Ancient sources from this period including, Epitaphios Logos and Lysistrata, when coupled with additional evidence, reveal social tensions Athenians confronted during this time. This describes Athenianism which caused tension - in building. At the end of the Persian wars, Athens materialized along with Sparta as the two leading powers in the Greek world. As Athens grew in confidence, their promotion of ‘Athenianism’, was a bid to place Athens as leader of its empire....   [tags: Peloponnesian war, Athens, social tension, war,] 1044 words
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Blushing and Physiological Arousability in Social Phobia - Blushing and Physiological Arousability in Social Phobia Introduction This paper will provide a critique of the article titled “Blushing and Physiological Arousability in Social Phobia,” (Gerlach et al., 2001) located in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Vol. 110, No. 2). Blushing is defined as: “to become red in the face especially from shame or embarrassment. ” It is believed that blushing involves physiological, behavioral, and cognitive factors which react with one another. The actual cause of one blushing is physiological; the amount of blood in one’s face increases causing the amplification of a red hue in the blush region....   [tags: Abnormal Psychology Social Phobia Blush]
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Alexander Supertramp Social Life - People misjudge Christ McCandless as an antisocial person. Most of the times, us the readers would think of him as an antisocial person because he abandoned his car, leave behind most of his possessions, donated money from his saving account to charity, change his name, and left his families to invite a new life for himself to explore the world of unknown. That is not true because there is another side of Christ McCandless that we have not fully understand. We had mistaken Alex because of his relationship with his families seem to make him isolated himself and not want to communicate....   [tags: social life,] 855 words
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Social Problems Final - In the situation of a single parent woman it would be difficult if not impossible for this parent to financially provide for herself and child on a minimum wages. The major components of their survival would be to meet the essential needs of providing shelter, food, clothing, and health insurance. If the parent is working a day job there would be the need for an afterschool program or the child staying with family. If the parent had a 2nd or 3rd shift she would also need to set up alternative care for the child....   [tags: Social Issues ] 1227 words
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Social and Economic Development in Colonial Virginia in the 1600's - The seventeenth century marked the start of great colonization and immigration to the New World that was North America. Mainly in on the eastern coast of what is now the United States, England established colonies on this new land to thrive socially and economically. The English government readily sent its citizens to America to exploit its abundant source of raw materials and the English people exponentially came to the colonies to start a new life for themselves and to thrive socially. In Virginia during the seventeenth century, the geographical attributes in this region allowed the establishment of the cash crop tobacco to rapidly transform the colony socially and economically....   [tags: Sociol development, Economic Development, Colonial] 523 words
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Literature Review of Social Skills Intervention - Literature Review of Social Skills Intervention The first of the ten articles to be discussed examined a training program that consisted of an individualized, classroom-based social skills intervention. In the study, there were 45 children with learning disabilities 9-12 years old. These children were in self-contained special education classrooms. Thirteen children received intervention for 6 weeks and 7 children received intervention for 12 weeks. The remaining 25 children were in the control group, which received no intervention....   [tags: Review Social Skills Children Essays Papers]
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The Social Contract and Its Impact on the Government - The Social Contract and Its Impact on the Government The “Social Contract” was a theory written in the 17th and 18th century. This theory argued four important main points. These main points said that the state existed to serve the will of the people, that people were the only source of government power, that the people were free to withhold power of the government, but also had the ability to give power to the government, and finally it stated that the ideas in this document limited government, individual rights, and popular sovereignty....   [tags: Social Contract John Lock Thomas Hobbes Essays] 1136 words
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Networking Topologies and TCP/IP Protocol - Networking Topologies and TCP/IP Protocol Bus Topology It just doesn't get much simpler than the physical bus topology when it comes to connecting nodes on a Local Area Network (LAN). The most common implementation of a linear bus topology is IEEE 802.3 Ethernet. All devices in a bus topology are connected to a single cable called the bus, backbone, or ether. The transmission medium has a physical beginning and an end. All connections must be terminated with a resistor to keep data transmissions from being mistaken as network traffic....   [tags: Network Technology] 1371 words
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Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and his Quest for Social Justice in India - One of the major problems in India has been the great differences between castes. These differences occurred mainly for religious reasons, but when does it stop being religion and where does it start being an unjust difference which leads to social discrimination and inequality. Dr. Ambedkar was a strong believer in social justice and how certain religious beliefs where interfering with the quest for social justice. Dr. Ambedkar itself was born a Dalit –untouchable- Hindu, but he did not felt comfortable with his situation, he believed there was more for Dalits, and a person who was born one did not necessarily needed to be one for the rest of his life....   [tags: Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, Social Justice, India, cas] 1956 words
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Division of Social Classes through Language: George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" - An important lesson that has been learned throughout life and the beginning of time is to respect the individual’s content and not their image. It is shown throughout George Bernard Shaw’s play, Pygmalion, that different people can be brought together in the same circumstance, being a heavy rain shower in London, but distance themselves so effusively because of outer appearances. The situation between the nonintellectual flower-girl and the sophisticated Pickering, Higgins, and the Mother-daughter is drawn out over the judgment of her poor speech and her value as a person as she constantly defends herself against their prejudice....   [tags: Social Classes, classism, Language, George Bernard] 1184 words
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Social Structure and Its Effect On Our Lives - Social Structure and Its Effect On Our Lives Social structures are constraints that affect the lives of both the affluent and the indigent members of society.  Each society has its own set of social arrangements for example; class, gender and ethnicity are all constraints that each society has to deal with in one way or another.  One of the most fundamental of the social structures would be class.  Class structure is found in all societies and is the key source of economical inequality.  Members of different class groups start their lives with unequal opportunities....   [tags: Sociology Cause Effect Social Essays] 1991 words
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Exploring Social Patterns in the Renaissance Through Fashion - Exploring Social Patterns in the Renaissance Through Fashion Fashion reflects the attitudes of a society more than any other art form. Like art, fashion is a material record of the ideals that swayed the nations at the time of their creation. Through examining the styles, and tastes of a particular era, we can realize where the interests and priorities of a time lie. As Frank Parsons wrote in his 1920 study, The Psychology of Dress, "There is surly no better field in which to trace the devious paths of human thought than in that of clothes, where man has ever given free play to self expression, in a way which, thought not always a credit to his intelligence, is yet quite true to his innermost self, whether he will acknowledge it or not." Through, tracing and analyzing, side by side, art and fashion, and the effects that one had on the other and society, we can understand the ideals, and interests of European culture, here, through the Renaissance....   [tags: Social Culture Clothes Fashion Essays] 1140 words
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The Social Implication Of Please Stop Laughing At Me by Jodee Blanco - Please Stop Laughing At Me by Jodee Blanco is an autobiography of her life during her time at school. There are many messages in this story. The one that is most overwhelming and powerful is the message about teenage and adolescent peer groups and the torment and social isolation that comes with not belonging to one of the right cliques. Her story relates her life from fourth grade to high school. Jodee wanted to be part of the right group of people. She says things like, "I will be embraced by the mysterious elusive society called the ‘popular crowd'"(8)....   [tags: Cliques Peer Social Youth ] 1055 words
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The Existence of Crime Culture Among Certain Social Groups - The Existence of Crime Culture Among Certain Social Groups Albert Cohen’s thesis is that class based status frustration is the origin of subcultures. Crime culture existed in certain social groups and the individuals learned the value of the delinquent subculture through participation in gangs. Delinquent subcultures have values that are in opposition to those of the dominant culture. The strain is rooted by low economical conditions, poor parental relations, and low school standards, with no chance of succeeding in the future....   [tags: Crime Violence Social Class Society Essays]
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The Cause of Aggression is Social Structure and Child Rearing - Missing Works Cited Aggression: Social Structure or Child Rearing. The focus of this paper is to determine why certain societies are violent, judging from the way their society is structured to the psychological aspects of the individuals. The structural roots of internal and external conflict differ by most factors that were researched. Internal violence derives from weak cross-cutting ties, strong localized male groups (in uncentralized societies) and polygyny, whereas external conflict is seen in societies that are high on socioeconomic complexity, and low in polygyny and as cross-cutting ties....   [tags: Parenting Raising Children Society Social Status] 2964 words
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Language Settings and Social Classes in Blood Brothers - Language Settings and Social Classes in Blood Brothers Mickeys first line in the scene is "mother are you going to open the bleeding door or what" he is only seven and is swearing already which indicates that he could have had a rough upbringing and we already know that the mother is not very well off. The mother replies "Mickey?" questioning who it is Mickey then replies "whats up mam did you think I was the rent man." the mother is obviously avoiding the rent man due to financial struggle. He explains how he has been playing cow boys and Indians which shows he must not have many tows and has learnt to use his imagination....   [tags: Blood Brothers Willy Russell Social Class Essays] 986 words
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Force, Morality and Rights in Thomas Hobbes and John Locke's Social Contract Theories - Force, Morality and Rights in Thomas Hobbes and John Locke's Social Contract Theories Throughout history, the effects of the unequal distribution of power and justice within societies have become apparent through the failure of governments, resulting in the creation of theories regarding ways to balance the amount of power given and the way in which justice is enforced. Due to this need for change, Thomas Hobbes and John Locke created two separate theories in which the concept of a social contract is used to determine the ways in which a government can govern without forfeiting justice....   [tags: Social Contract Hobbes Locke Essays] 1630 words
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The Social and Cultural Costs and Benefits of Entering a Sport Not Traditional to Your Sex/Gender - The Social and Cultural Costs and Benefits of Entering a Sport Not Traditional to Your Sex/Gender Throughout time, sports have been thought of as feminine sports or masculine sports. Some sports that are thought of as feminine are gymnastics, swimming, tennis, riding, and ice-skating. These tend to be sports that emphasize beauty and grace. Men's sports tend to emphasize strength and power, like football, basketball, or bodybuilding. The social and cultural stereotypes that are placed on men and especially women in the sports world can be hard for an athlete to deal with....   [tags: sports Social Norms Sociology Essays] 1100 words
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Comparing the Effectiveness of Networking Protocols for Different Applications - Comparing the Effectiveness of Networking Protocols for Different Applications How does one get two computers to interact with each other. By using a network. A network allows two or more computers to exchange data over a medium. Rules are needed so that the computers know how to communicate. These rules for the language computers use to transmit information are called protocols. As with the many different languages people around the world use to communicate, there are many different protocols....   [tags: Papers] 1401 words
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Networking and Telecommunications - As technology scales, Systems-on-Chips (SoCs) are becoming increasingly complex and heterogeneous. One of the most important key issues that characterize such SoCs is the seamless mixing of numerous Intellectual Property (IP) cores performing different functions and operating at different clock frequencies. In just the last few years, Network-on-Chip (NoC) has emerged as a leading paradigm for the synthesis of multi-core SoCs [1]. The routing algorithm used in the interconnection communication NoC is the most crucial aspect that distinguishes various proposed NoC architectures [2], [3]....   [tags: Technology, Network-on-chips ] 760 words
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Software and Neworking Technologies Commonly Employed in the World of E-Commerce - Assignment # 2 Task 1 (a) There are many things to consider when implementing an e-commerce system for the reliable transfer of money and goods online, as each part of the chain has to be analysed to make sure that it is not the weak link that will be the downfall of the entire system. In this document, I will be outlining some of the more common forms of e-commerce hardware, software and networking technologies that are commonly employed in the world of e-commerce. Software When choosing software to implement, one must think if it fulfils a number of criteria, some of these criteria would be things such as: • Easy for the buyer to use, such as a “shopping basket” style interface • Secure, for both the buyer’s details and the seller’s systems and information • The design fits with the rest of the site that has been implemented into, as to appear seamlessly integrated with the rest of the site • Making the customer feel safe, and that their details will not be stolen In many cases it may be a better idea to use a third party, or “cybermediary” e-commerce based website, as they often have reputations for being fair and reliable, or, if nothing else, recognisable....   [tags: Information Technology] 2345 words
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Project Plan Overview: Los Angeles County Dept of Social Services - Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services has been struggling to accomplish a well organized computer system that was supposed to minimize the work of the employees, minimize the consumption of paper, decrease the number of errors and make the service for the customer faster. The bid for a newer, innovative and technological system began at $1 million dollars in 1995 (www.articles.com) . Many contractors sought the opportunity to make the County's dream come true. In this paper, I will attempt to describe a proposed project that will enable the County to fulfill the need for a faster service, more accurate, cutting unnecessary paper work for the employees and the lowest possible cost....   [tags: Project Overview Los Angeles Social Services]
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Social Psychology - There are many explanations for the origins of modern social psychology. It is therefore important to consider that social psychology cannot be traced back to one single source of origin (Burr, 2003). Hence, this is the reason why there are debates of what social psychology is. Allport (1985) described social psychology as the study an individual’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours which are influenced by the actual, imagines, or implied presence of others. As seen from this definition there is a direct link between social science and the individual psychology (Sewell, 1989)....   [tags: Psychology, Natural Science] 1691 words
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Social Psychology - Social psychology is a young science, barely a century old (Myers, 2010). Yet already its scientific explorations have shed light on love and hate, conformity and independence - social behaviors that we encounter each day (Myers, 2010). Social psychology is the scientific study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another. (Myers, 2010). As we mature in life, our social world molds us as we interact in social thinking, social influences, and social relations. Social psychology had the potential to illuminate our lives, making it visible to the subtle influences that guide our thinking and acting....   [tags: Choice Behavior]
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Social Problems - According to Ferreira (2005:86), four elements may be discerned when attempting to define a social problem. The four elements are: a pressure (influential) group; a social condition; a set of values and norms; and collective action. Taking these four elements as building blocks the following definition of a social problem may be arrived at: A social condition, known to a pressure group as posing a threat to current values and norms, that requires collective action to rectify (Pretorius, Le Roux, Lesufi, Liebenberg, Martin Rautenbach & Zegeye in Ferreira 2005:87)....   [tags: Sociology ]
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Social Planning - Although all planning involves social interaction in one way or another, I reject the statement, “In the end, all planning is social planning” because social planning focus more on the impacts of sociology, the study of human interactions and social structures, as compared to other forms of planning where there is less emphasis on social impacts in decision making. Not all planning have the same approach to an issue and social planning is unique because it is from a sociological perspective where planners use social factors to explain and interpret existing issues in society and examine social impacts on people’s well-being....   [tags: Sociology] 895 words
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Social Loafing - What is Social Loafing. Social Loafing is something everyone has experienced. Most likely if you do not like group work this is one of the main reasons why. “Social loading describes the tendency of individuals to put forth less effort when they are part of a group. Because all members of the group are pooling their effort to achieve a common goal each member of the group contributes less than they would if they were individually responsible” (Cherry). This challenges the common belief that group work will be more productive....   [tags: Organizational Behavior]
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Social Marketing - Marketing is defined as follows: Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products or services. In this essay, I am going to address the concept of “social marketing” and how does social marketing differ from “societal marketing” or “socially responsible marketing” in the first part, and in the second part, I am going to provide examples of each of the three approaches to marketing and analyse how these represent a departure from traditional marketing practice....   [tags: Marketing ]
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Social Control - Society is possible through social control. Without social control society would be left in anarchy. Social control is the “concerted efforts to constrain and direct the conduct of people by inducing conformity and preventing non conformity (Welch, Lecture, 2011).”“Social control is any action, either deliberate of unconscious, that influences conduct toward conformity, whether or not the person being influenced are aware of the process (Hemmens, Walsh, 2011, p.224).” Social control aims at creating a peaceful coexistence that allows society to live in a predictable manner....   [tags: Sociology, Crime] 2604 words
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Social Network - Marketing based on social networks refers to a collection of marketing activities that take advantage of social relationships between consumers to increase sales. There are different kinds of marketing using social networks like word-of-mouth marketing, diffusion of innovation, buzz marketing and viral marketing [1]. Between these instances of network-based marketing, Word-of-mouth marketing has more creditability [2], because there is no direct link between the sender and the merchant. As a result, information is considered independent and subjective....   [tags: Business, Marketing] 866 words
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Social Status - Social status plays a critical controlling social behavior. Waytz (2009) quotes economist John Harsanyi as arguing that “apart from economic payoffs, social status seems to be the most important incentive and motivating force of social behavior.” Status operates at the society level, imposing a certain cultural set of ideas and beliefs regarding acceptable behavior. However, it also operates at the personal level, impacting upon the way each person deals with his or her perceived social status, how well he or she compensates in any given social situation, and consequently what rewards or sanctions are given to the person as a result of interactions with others....   [tags: Sociology]
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Social Contract - Social Contract The quality of your individual life would greatly improve in utopia. The burdens you face from corporate monopolies, the overwhelming weight of the devaluation of your currency and the lack of faith in your neighbors to achieve a civilization of peace and mutual respect has taken its toll for too long. Although this sounds as if it was taken directly from George Orwell’s book (1984) itself, the propaganda of a utopian government rule and the current everlasting war breathes as it’s on self-reliant organization today....   [tags: Political Science]
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Social Norms - Lately the concept of social norms, common rules of behaviors, has engaged the interest of a numerous philosophers, who are concerned with understanding the rational actors’ behavior. Kennedy and Brown addresses the concern from different aspects, they are mutually disturbed by the same social norm questions, specifically in the theory of human behavior development that is significant to the construction of legal institutions. In their endeavor to account for social norms they both argue that Human Rights pose challenges for politics....   [tags: Sociology] 817 words
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Social Ecology - Introduction Social ecology is the conceptual principles for knowing the outcomes and relations of the many diverse individual and environmental factors. Social ecology is defined as the study of people within an environment, which have influence on one another. It’s believed to be the earth’s societies reflection upon itself, exploring, discovering, and considering its future (Gutkind, 1974). Factors of social ecology may include the infirmities of age, an increase of population, natural disasters, technology and the growth of society....   [tags: Environment ]
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Social Problems - A way of distinguishing a realist perspective between theories of social problems within is to contrast the 'level of analysis' on which their explanations are focused. Many theories that seek to explain social problems function at the level of the psychological or biological conditions that make some people behave badly – discovering the gene, chromosome or mental characteristic that separates the deviant from the normal. Such clarifications tend to operate at an individual level of analysis, dealing with the certain characteristics of the different and deviant individual....   [tags: Sociology]
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Social Security - Social Security has been around since 1935 and for generations many Americans have depended on these programs for retirement or in the event of permanent disability. Recent news articles lead Americans to believe that Social Security is in financial trouble that the taxes it depends upon to finance the programs for retirement, disability, and medical care soon will not be enough (Huffington post,2010). In part because of the large numbers of people reaching retirement age, this has left a large number of people wondering if they can depend on Social Security for retirement....   [tags: Economics]
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Social Marketing - Henderson (2001) also adds that: ‘Embracing CSR would inevitably have consequences that would raise the cost of doing business, could well reduce revenues, and might also cause companies to sponsor low yielding investment which they would otherwise have turned down.’ In addition, organizations really motivated to apply and absorb CSR as a core value in its activities, would have to undergo a deep and internal change in its business operations and culture (employees, suppliers, offices) which represents a costly task and a time consuming mission....   [tags: Marketing ] 1393 words
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VPN or Virtual Private Network - VPN Introduction:      VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. VPN is a data network connection that makes use of the public telecommunication infrastructure but maintains privacy through the use of a tunneling protocol and security procedures. It operates much like a Wide Area Network (WAN).       Most companies actually leased lines, but in either case both solutions are very expensive. As the Internet became more widely available people started creating VPN solutions that took advantage of the cheap network access....   [tags: Computer Networking]
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Will Wifi Die? No - Wi-Fi Is it the Future or Will Wi-Fi Die. There is a lot of interest and confusion about wireless networking or Wi-Fi as it is sometimes called, among businesses and computer users around the country. To illustrate the point observe the following conversation that recently took place. As I sat at the downtown Starbucks idly surfing the Internet on my laptop, a buddy of mine stopped by to chat. He said, “I see you are out playing with your new toy again”. I said “Yes, and it is sure nice to be able to use someone else’s bandwidth for free”....   [tags: Wireless Networking] 1549 words
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Economic Networking—Exploring Alternatives for Promoting Sustainable Development in Africa - Economic Networking—Exploring Alternatives for Promoting Sustainable Development in Africa INTRODUCTION The history of European aid intervention in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states has traditionally acted to reinforce the hierarchical distinction between the “developed” and the “developing” world. The series of Lome Conventions which granted preferential trade agreements between these groups of countries have proved ineffective in encouraging economic sustainability in the ACP states, and although the ACP includes most of the Least Developed Countries (LLDCs) in the world, the agreements have been criticized as being unfair in the global context....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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LAN networking - If you want to add additional computers to your network in the future, all you need are more Network Interface Cards and 10BaseT cables. Simply plug the new network cards(s) into your computer an run a cable form the card to one of the hub’s open ports. For even greater expandability, the hub can be joined, or uplinked, to other hubs. If you look closely at the front of the hub, you will see a port marked Uplink. To uplink a hub, simply insert a standard, straight-through 10BaseT cable between the Workgroup Hub’s Uplink port and any of another hub’s regular 10BaseT ports....   [tags: essays research papers] 1548 words
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Networking Concept - Gun Free, Why have Guns. Abstract This report will show how effective gun free zone will cut down the number of crimes committed here in United State. It will also show how using gun free zone will enforce gun control. This reports main focus is on gun control and not to take away or get rid of guns. It is our constitutional right to bear arms. The justice system has been trying to come up with ways of controlling and monitoring the use of guns. One of the main goals that many citizens want this action is they don’t want guns landing in the wrong hands They want to protect their children and families....   [tags: essays research papers] 637 words
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Simple Networking - Simple network wiring Thesis statement This report is to include the basics of the physical wiring of computer networks. Outline I. Introduction A. Professional wiring. B. Using hubs. II. Body A. Saving money. B. Tools needed. C. Proper placement. D. Connectors. III. Conclusion A. Plug in and go. B. Good luck -Page 2 Simple network wiring Professional wiring can cost hundreds of dollars per connection and there never seems to be enough drops. A year after most companies upgrade their network wiring, they find themselves needing to once again rebuild....   [tags: essays research papers] 1684 words
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Networking Technology - Short Answers to Differences (Including Advantages and Disadvantages) Between: Mesh, Bus, Ring, and Star topologies Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI, and wireless Mesh A mesh topology has a point-to-point connection to every other device (node) within the topology. The point-to-point link is dedicated between each device so it will only carry traffic to the two devices that is connected by that link. The advantage of a mesh topology is it works on the concept of routes, which means that traffic can take one of several paths between the source and destination....   [tags: Definition Technology Network Topologies] 1745 words
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Social Work - Social Work Social work is located within some of the most complex problems and perplexing areas of human experience, and for this reason, social work is, and has to be, a highly skilled activity.” (Trevithick, 2000,p.1) Explain the meaning of this statement, and consider whether it is an adequate definition of the nature of social work. The aim of this assignment is to discuss the interpretation of the statement given above, to analyse this definition and compare it to others that are available and to conclude by discussing whether this is an adequate definition in relation to the nature of social work....   [tags: Papers] 1907 words
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