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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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Television is NOT the Sole Cause of Violence in Children - Violence in Children Is Not Just From TV Most parents expect a four year old to be very active and zealous, but never violent. However, some children exhibit violent behavior, such as running around the playground kicking, karate chopping and biting other children. The following example is based on personal experience. In 1997 this was the case with a family in Georgia who had a son with these behavioral problems. The parents took their child to counseling in order to figure out what the problem was....   [tags: Violent Behavior Kids Adolescent TV]
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Henry VIII’s Desire for a Divorce as the Sole Cause of the English Reformation - Henry VIII’s Desire for a Divorce as the Sole Cause of the English Reformation The English reformation is widely discussed amongst historians; it was a process that saw the removal of the longstanding Papal influence and the beginnings of a new English Church. Although Henry’s divorce with Catherine of Aragon played a significant part in provoking a reformation there were other factors that lead to the creation of the English Church. Henry’s desire for a nation free of foreign religious intervention and total sovereign independence combined with a yearning of church wealth contributed significantly to the break with Rome....   [tags: Papers] 921 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - Causes of School Violence -   The United States is facing an epidemic of seriously violent crimes in middle schools and high schools across the country. At least fifty people have died due to a series of high school shootings. These shooting rampages have occurred across the United States in 13 cities ranging from Pennsylvania to southern Mississippi and to western California. Just when the murder rampages seem to be subsiding, another tragedy occurs. Preventive measures have been taken by the government and school systems....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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Cause-Effect Essay: Deforestation - People have been deforesting the Earth for thousands of years, primarily to clear land for crops or livestock. Although tropical forests are largely confined to developing countries, they aren’t just meeting local or national needs; economic globalization means that the needs and wants of the global population are bearing down on them as well. Direct causes of deforestation are agricultural expansion, wood extraction (e.g., logging or wood harvest for domestic fuel or charcoal), and infrastructure expansion such as road building and urbanization....   [tags: Cause and Effect Essay] 1146 words
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Extreme Human Emotions are the Sole Product of Biological Functioning - It has been claimed that human emotions are the sole product of biological functioning. The James Lange Theory of Emotion (1884) proposes that there are three components of emotions which can be attributed to the automatic nervous system (ANS). The three components are Cognition (appraisal of the event), Action (Fight or flight) and Feeling (Aspect of the emotion). Here we see that a biological attribution of emotion has been in place since the 1800s and has been common knowledge for some time. This essay will assess and examine evidence that has been provided to support the idea that emotions are the product of biology....   [tags: The James Lange Theory, psychology]
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Global Warming: A Human Cause? - Global warming, just the thought of the words bring to mind scenes of melting ice, stranded polar bears and dying plants. In today’s society it seems humanity is always being blamed for the tragedies that seem to go along with this catastrophe. However, research has proven that humans are not the sole cause of global warming. In fact, some scientists say that the natural causes of global warming far outweigh the human causes. What exactly does global warming effect. The effects of global warming are spread across the entire world and can be broken down into three main areas, the first of which is heat waves....   [tags: Environment, Climate Change, Greenhouse Effect]
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SOPA: A Righteous Cause or a Piracy Crusade? - SOPA: A Righteous Cause or a Piracy Crusade. To better understand the act, one needs to first examine what “SOPA” is and means. First and foremost, SOPA is the Stop Online Piracy Act. This act is essentially an extension of another bill that was sent through shortly before it. The name of this bill is the PROTECT IP act, which stands for Protecting Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property. Both these names are essentially very fancy names for an anti-theft law to protect the intellectual property of movie, music and other industries alike....   [tags: International Crime]
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Three Types of Medical Practice: Group, Partnership, and Sole Proprietorship - Three types of Medical Practice: Group, Partnership, and Sole Proprietorship Group Practice The majority of physician practices are group practice for a variety of reasons. In a group practice, physicians share patient duties and the physical office space. This is the second most popular form of practice. It’s considered as three or more physicians, who provide medical care, jointly using the same facility, personnel and dividing the income as agreed. Typically there is a greater financial security than with the solo practices....   [tags: Medical Research]
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The Root Cause of Depression: Biological, Cognitive-Behavioral, or Both? - Depression is a debilitating mental disorder, which can be detrimental to a person’s way of living. For example, depression can cause an individual to have negative thoughts, experience chronic distress, and hopelessness (Pourbabaee, n.d.). Researchers focus on two causes of depression. Those who support the cognitive-behavioral perspective believe depression results from faulty thinking associated with low self-esteem or learned helplessness, as well as environmental influences such as the loss of a loved one or a job....   [tags: Diseases/Disorders]
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Was the Treaty of Versailles the Major Cause of World War Two? - World War Two was the most devastating conflict in the history of humanity. It crippled many nations and caused millions of people to die. One of the major causes of this disastrous war was the Treaty of Versailles which ended the First World War. This treaty was destructive towards the Germans. Germany had to pay large amounts of reparations to the Allied nations at the end of World War One resulting in a Great Depression in Germany. Additionally, the Treaty of Versailles’ war guilt clause forced Germans to admit full responsibility for starting the war....   [tags: German Great Depression, Propaganda]
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Video Games: The Real Cause of Mass School Shootings? - Whether violent media content leads to real-life violence is always debatable. And in recent years, school shootings have made video games a new focus of public concern and scientific research. In public opinion, video games cause more aggression in comparison to traditional violent media contents because video games have more features of interactivity, "due to the active engagement and participation of players" (Hummer and Wang et al. 137). But more and more reports tell us that video games are not the main cause of school shooting issues; rather it is the negligence of parents, schools, and communities....   [tags: Mass Shootings, School Shootings Essays]
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The War as the Main Cause to the February Revolution - The War as the Main Cause to the February Revolution The February Revolution occurred in 1917. This was the collapse of the Tsarist regime and the start of a democratic, republican government. The war was still going on between Germany and the central powers. There were many causes that led to the February Revolution and this essay will consider the other factors to this build up. 1) The war contributed as one of the important factors that led to the February Revolution. 2) Russia was not successful in the war as they had lost many soldiers and was defeated at Tannenberg and Masurian Lakes....   [tags: Papers] 794 words
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Military War: Cause and Effect - Military War cause and effect All living things need the resources provided by our natural world to live, leading to them adapting to specific environments. Animals in particular are mobile creatures that move from place to place searching for the best environments for their survival. The most intelligent creatures in our animal world are human beings and like other animals, they moved from place to place while organized into races in search of the elusive desirable environments. However, there is always the likelihood of finding fellow humanity already thriving in that environment....   [tags: Resources, Power, Self-Defense]
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Celiac Disease: Cause, Effect, and Mitigation - Preparing a meal for adult women with celiac disease as well as a fish/shellfish allergies can a unique challenge. Gluten as well as seafood most be avoided in the diet, with some special dietary needs on top of that of a regular adult women. In the following a short description of what each celiac disease and fish/shellfish allergies are, how common they are, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and special dietary needs will be explained. Preceding this information an example of a two course meal will be laid out to provide an example of a meal holding in the restraints of the special dietary needs of this person....   [tags: Diseases, Disorders]
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ThestuAnalysis of For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought In The Civil War by James M. McPherson -   From the day, the first European set foot on American soil up until the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment, which occurred in 1865. Slavery was a controversial issue. The issue of slavery divided up the United States of America to ultimately put the two against each other. The Northern States who identifies themselves as the Union disapproved of the atrocious actions of the South who condone the crude treatment of slaves and the disturbing practices of slavery. Although slavery was not the sole cause of the Civil war, it played an important part in the disunion of the United States....   [tags: War, Battle, Union]
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Bentham’s Principle of Utility and its Shortcomings as the Sole Basis for Morality - Jeremy Bentham in his book, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, is trying to create an ethical system that he believes ought to be the basis for all decision making. He states that “As to ethics in general, a man’s happiness will depend, in the first place, upon such parts of his behavior as none but himself are interested in ; in the next place, upon such parts of it as may affect the happiness of those about him” (Bentham pg. 312). Bentham believes that we need to create a society in which there is a balance of both self and other regarding behavior, in order to create a society that maximizes happiness while minimizing pain....   [tags: Ethics, legislation]
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The Cause that Led to the Beginning of the Peloponnesian War - The Cause that Led to the Beginning of the Peloponnesian War Ancient Greece during 4th Century BC was home to the city states of Sparta and Athens, who during this time were the superpowers of the region. The Peloponnesian war between these city states and their respective allies lasted from 431-404 BC, although conflicts between the two had dated back further. Major fighting in the war occurred from 431-421 and ended in Athenian victory. However, renewed conflict raged between 413 and 404 which resulted in Spartan victory....   [tags: Papers] 815 words
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Gun Crimes Cause Serious Harm to Children by Christine Watkins - Many people in America are coming to the realization that gun violence is beginning to have a dramatic affect on teenagers. Christine Watkins, the author of, “Gun Crimes Cause Serious Harm to Children” Gives much evidence on why she believes more gun control, or even removing all firearms from homes will be the solution to this crisis. She tells readers that teenagers from urban areas have the greatest risk of being involved in some kind of gun crime. With her estimate of over 280 million gun in America, she believes firearms are too readily available and teenagers are accessing them with little to no trouble, legally, or illegally....   [tags: gun violence, teenagers, gun control]
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“Development of Narcissism is Cause of Destruction”: Scorsese movie “The Wolf of Wall Street.” - Narcissism is a psychological disorder of high profile individuals. “Is it true or myth?” is always controversial in masses. Many high profile individuals are classified as a narcissistic in media from time to time. The movie “The Wolf Of Wall Street” demonstrate how a rapid success leads to the narcissistic behavior and downfall of a wall street giant due to his narcissistic behavior. Generally, true life movies demonstrate the rise and heroism of an individual where as director Martin Scorsese in his movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” tells the story of a New York stockbroker, Jordan Belfort, development of narcissism and downfall of his giant business empire due to narcissism....   [tags: stockbroker, moral, violence]
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Austria: The Cause of World War One - The nation responsible for the onset of World War I is Austria-Hungary because of the territorial and political stances with Serbia that provoked the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand. After Ferdinand's death, Austria-Hungary initiated a call for support to the Germans about the problems in the Balkans, resulting in Germany confirming their assistance by issuing a “Blank Check.” Austria later gave Serbia a list of ultimatums that consisted of extreme demands in hopes of Serbia rejecting it....   [tags: World History ]
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Cause and Effect Essay- Effects of a College Education - The past has shown time and again that one who has been well educated succeeds in life. If a person attends college limitless doors will open for him or her because one has multiple possibilities in the career field. Since one has the qualifications, particular career options will continue to provide themselves. One will most likely be paid more money because one has a large wealth of knowledge, and have been professionally trained in certain areas of expertise. Financial success, excessive knowledge, and endless career possibilities are a few basic effects of a college education....   [tags: higher education, employment, career] 815 words
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The Effect of Technology on Organizations - The Effect of Technology on Organizations Staying abreast to technology changes had been a primary focus of my job up until this past Monday. For nearly seven years I worked for a retailer selling Verizon Wireless phones and service plans. This past Monday, I made a career change and began working as a Home Mortgage Consultant for Wells Fargo. The focus of this paper will be on my experiences while working as a manager for Verizon Wireless. In August of 1999, I started my career with a company called Bell Atlantic that shortly thereafter became Verizon Wireless....   [tags: Cause Effect Technology Business] 1189 words
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Cause and Effects of Pancretic Cancer - Pancreatic cancer can show various symptoms or signs to people in the body. Majority of the time, symptoms are not apparent until the cancer has developed and spread in the area. These symptoms that develop are not specific in the pancreas, because they mirror other problems. If the cancer is in the head of the pancreas, it can cause symptoms like nausea, jaundice, weight loss, itching, dark urine, abdominal pain, back pain, light stool color, and vomiting. In the body or tail of the pancreas, the symptoms could be weight loss and belly and/or back pain....   [tags: symptoms, factors, cause, cancer] 1071 words
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Cause and Effect of my Hallucinations - The cause and effect of drugs seems like an easy topic to write about, you take drugs to get high and the effect is that it screws up your life. Well, thats just stating the obvious. My story is slightly more unique than that. I started drugs because I was not satisfied with the everyday life. Life was just too boring and routine for me. My sophomore year of high school I discovered my brother's ADHD medication, Adderal. My first experiences with Adderal were pure satisfaction. Take enough of the drug and you will sit in one spot for 8 hours talking your head off and it will feel as if it was only one hour....   [tags: Cause and Effect, Hallucinations, ] 1063 words
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Teens Making a Cause for Rebellion - ... He decides to go through with the run and during the event Judy’s boyfriend, who is the one that challenged Jim to the run, got in the car because of his jacket and ended up dying in the event. This event plus the treatment the teens receive at home make them runaway to an abandoned mansion where Buzz’s, Judy’s boyfriend, friends follow them and try to hurt the teens. Plato goes into a fit and ends up shooting one of the boys and runs to the planetarium observatory where the police follow him....   [tags: Rebel without a cause, film analysis] 1233 words
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Business: What is a Sole Proprietorship? - ... The people involved in the partnership are called the partners and they are considered agents rather than employees of the partnership. The way partnership gains and losses are split are described in the partnership agreement. This agreement can be an informal oral agreement or a lengthy, formal written document. There are a few types of partnerships. A general partnership which is created to carry on a particular kind of business; a special partnership which is created for a single transaction; a trading partnership which is created for buying and selling purposes; and a nontrading partnership which is created for purposes other than trade....   [tags: partnership, major tasks, functions] 883 words
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Divorce - Cause and Effect - Divorce Cause and Effect In today’s society, divorce is more the norm than ever before. Forty percent of all marriages end in divorce. Divorce defined by Webster is the action or an instance of legally dissolving a marriage [1]. Divorce itself is both a cause and an effect. Some of the causes of divorce include the lack of money, sexual indiscretion and the ease of getting a divorce. These are some of the most common causes of divorce. Further, the effects of a divorce seem insurmountable when comparing the grief it causes on both parties....   [tags: Cause and Effect]
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Business Types: Sole Proprietorship - ... The partnership can maintain and file records showing how they share profit and loses (Dlabay, 2011). iii. Longevity: Similar to a sole proprietorship, in case of death or incapacity of a partner the business can cease to exist. However, if there existed a buy-sell agreement, the remaining client can buy the heirs of incapacitated or deceased partners. Vitally, the ownership of general partnership does not pass to personal representatives (Dlabay, 2011). iv. Control: Control is exercised by all partners....   [tags: liability, icnome taxes, logevity, control]
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Pet Overpopulation: Cause and Effect of Homeless Pets - A harmless visit to the neighborhood pet store turns into a ruthless encounter for me. Every Saturday, Pecan (my dog) and I visit a local pet store to purchase food and treats for her. Pecan and I pass by a dozen of shelter volunteers eagerly showcasing homeless dogs before entering the pet store. Shelter volunteers are special because they are willing to devote their Saturday morning to help homeless pets. On the way I stop and great each volunteer and dog, then I walk away emotionally grieving and trying to holding back tears....   [tags: cause and effect essays, pet adoption] 615 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - The True Cause of School Shootings - Most of us learned when we were very young that we should not judge by appearances. But, in the aftermath of massacres in schools everywhere, a sane person has to take seriously what the material world shows - and pass judgment. After all, a lack of judgment and subsequent action may lead to further youth violence. This event has been thoroughly dissected by a whole herd of politicians and pundits over a period of some months. But they have, unfortunately, failed to reach the heart of the matter....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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Cause and Effect Essay: Lying - Can you remember the last time someone lied to you. Or how about the last time you lied to someone else. Did you ever stop and ask yourself why. There are so many different reasons that a person might lie. Maybe a lie about something to keep oneself out of trouble, or even a lie to impress other people. But either way there are always going to be serious consequences or effects of lying.      People lie everyday to, in someway or another, keep themselves out of trouble. Many teenagers will lie to their parents about what they are doing for the evening, how much of their homework they have done, or how that glass vase got broken while they were out of town....   [tags: Cause and Effect Essays] 403 words
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Myth of the Lost Cause: Why the Confederate Loss Was Not Inevitable - For over a century, many writers and historians theorized that the Confederate loss during the Civil War was, in fact, inevitable, and that they were only fighting a losing war against an overwhelming invading force. This idea shows the southern gentleman, in his honor, taking up arms against what was obviously a superior foe in order to preserve their state’s rights, their families, and their homes, with no hope of coming out the victor in the contest. This is a romantic notion of a time forgotten where gentlemen fought a barbaric would-be conquering force in order that their economic tyranny be forced upon the southern gentleman....   [tags: civil war, lost cause, edward pollard]
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Business: Sole Proprietorship - Sole Proprietorship A sole proprietorship is a business owned and controlled by a single individual. There are more sole proprietorships than any other type of business available (Lau, 2011). It is a simple type of business to set up, as well as simple to terminate. The proprietor has the freedom to determine operating hours, what services or goods to provide, where it operates, and what contracts to enter into without needed to consult another party. With full control, however, comes full liability....   [tags: single individual, liability]
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Welfare Programs Cause Crime - "Controlling violent crime is largely a state and local responsibility," declare Robert Moffit, Edwin Meese, and Patrick Fagan of the Heritage Foundation. "State and local officials," they say, "should take the initiative to identify and target the hard-core criminals who are committing the majority of crimes and implement tough policies to put them behind bars and keep them there. Mounting evidence shows that this approach works." Attacking the root causes of crime also makes sense, provided those causes are correctly identified....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 488 words
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The Cause and Effects of Sterotyping - Stereotyping, which can be used positively and negatively, is something everyone uses every day; it is found in our humor, how people describe one another, and beliefs. People stereotype without knowing it; it is a way we use to help us understand a group. The problem with stereotyping is that it’s a self –opinion about a group, not an individual. Everyone has their own unique and distinct personalities, just as everyone has their own fingerprints so it is unfair to be judged quickly by people who do not know others as an individual....   [tags: Cause/Effect] 1282 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - Factory Farms Cause Sickness and Pollution - Cause and Effect Essay - Factory Farms Cause Sickness and Pollution There is little doubt that animals raised on small-scale diverse farms are apt to be healthier. When allowed to range freely, particularly in organically maintained yards and pastures, they receive more exercise, their diet is more varied and they are exposed to commensal bacteria that help exclude, and build resistance to, harmful pathogens. Some organic practitioners also argue that free-ranging animals actively seek out plants with medicinal properties that can build their resistance to illness, When Livestock production is carried out on a scale that suits the global market, however, huge numbers of animals are kept i...   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 1227 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - The Right Of Way - Cause and Effect Essay - The Right Of Way         In the state of Washington, pedestrians have always had the right of way. However, the recent enforcement of this law is causing traffic problems citywide. Traffic tends to come to a screeching halt without any warning. I was driving North on Nevada Street in Spokane, three of four lanes of traffic had stopped to allow a man and a young child to cross the street, the fourth lane of traffic had not stopped. Finally a car in that fourth lane of traffic stopped, causing the car behind it to slam on the brakes, literally coming to a screeching halt....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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Cause and Effect Essay: Divorce Causes Problems For Children - For a child, it is very hard loosing a parent. The child's life becomes more stressful because of economic loss and the loss of a supportive parent. Since many children do not adjust well, their behavior is affected. The change is devastating for many children and it affects their entire life. Divorce of parents causes many problems and affects children negatively. The loss of a parent can cause loss in knowledge, skills, and resources from the parents. They loose such things as support from the parent in finances, emotions, and care....   [tags: Cause and Effect Essays] 1105 words
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Cause Effect Essay - The Causes of Date Rape - Cause Effect Essay - The Causes of Date Rape There is no one direct cause of date rape. Although there are usually three key elements involved, socialization, miscommunication, and/or changing sexual mores. In a general sense, traditional male and female roles in society are part of the problem. Men are taught at a very early age to be aggressors; they participate in aggressive team sports, are encouraged to be competitive, not to give up, to keep on trying. They are encouraged to have strong sexual feelings and to experiment with their sexual satisfaction as a part of their masculinity....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 533 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - Christianity Causes Divorce - Cause and Effect Essay - Christianity Causes Divorce “Bible Belt Couples ‘Put Asunder’ More,” the New York Times proclaimed on May 21 of this year: “The divorce rate in many parts of the Bible Belt is roughly 50% above the national average.” So much for the notion that secularism is to blame for the decline of traditional families, among other frequently lamented social ills. Apparently, in a least a few states, the divorce rate correlates to an excess of piety, not the absence of it. What do we make of this amusing correlation....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 724 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - Moving to a Large City - Cause and Effect Essay - Moving to a Large City Whoosh. That is the precise sound I heard as the crazed flock of travelers headed for the train terminal. My best friend, Stacy, and I were left disoriented and understandably confused once the crowd thinned. We were at Madison Square Garden at the train terminal awaiting our train back to the hotel; it was our first trip to New York City. As one may imagine, it was a fascinating and surreal voyage into extreme urban life. It was so enthralling and exciting that afterward I felt compelled to make a permanent trek to a large city....   [tags: Cause Effect Essays] 676 words
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Increasing the Gas Tax Would Cause an Improvement in the Environment - Increasing the Gas Tax Would Cause an Improvement in the Environment Many people all over the world are concerned about pollution. Gasoline use in automobiles is one of the major causes of pollution. When gasoline is used it releases carbon dioxide, methane and nitrogen oxide. These are gasses that contribute to the Greenhouse Effect. The Greenhouse Effect refers to the trapping of the sun's radiation and is also used synonymously with Global Warming (greenfuels.org). Governments are trying to come up with alternatives to gasoline to improve or at least not hurt our environment as much as gasoline does....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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Sports Cause the Discussion of Ethical, Social and Cultural Issues - Sports Promote Discussion of Ethical, Social and Cultural Issues   Abstract:  In contemporary American society, the pervasiveness of sports has become the vehicle for the discussion of important ethical and cultural issues. The typical American is included in this discussion due to this cultural saturation. This saturation plays an important role in public discourse. Sports provide an egalitarian platform for the daily discussion of important ethical, social and cultural issues. Throughout history, sports have been an integral part of human experience....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 2484 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - Impact of Stereotypes and Stereotyping - Cause and Effect Essay - The Impact of Stereotypes In today's society, our natural reaction is to put people into a specific class that we feel they fit into upon our first impression. When we were in high school, they were called clicks. There were your jocks and your cheerleaders, who were usually the most popular students. Along with stoners, nerds, and then the people who really didn't fit into any crowd, they were just there. When we were in high school, all of us wanted to be in the "cool crowd"....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 874 words
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Cause Effect Essay - Consequences of Too Many Cats - Cause Effect Essay - Consequences of Too Many Cats We have five cats that live in our house. This was not our original plan, but it turned out that way. My family got two tortoiseshell-colored kittens, Kit-Fat and Minkie when I was nine and my sister was seven. Two years later, we were preparing to move to the country, and our pastor's daughter had three kittens to give away. Our pastor convinced us that we needed cats outside in the country. At that age, Risa and I were greatly in love with kittens....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 1091 words
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Cause and Effect Essay - Money Causes Unhappiness - Although it has been said that money is the root of all evil, many people actually believe that they would be happier if they were wealthier. Could this be correct. This essay will support the thesis that not only does the pursuit of wealth not lead to happiness; it may actually make us unhappy. Tim Kasser has written an excellent short book describing the scientific evidence relating to materialism and happiness. Kasser gives one striking quotation concerning Jim Clark, the founder of Netscape and other computer companies: "Before Silicon Graphics, Clark said a fortune of $10 million would make him happy; before Netscape, $100 million; before Healtheon, a billion; now, he told Lewis, 'On...   [tags: Cause and Effect Essays]
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Applying the Sociological Imagination to Sole-parent Familes - There is much debate on what constitutes as a family today. However, Ball (2002) states, “The concept of the traditional family…is not an immutable one. It is a social construct that varies from culture to culture and, over time, the definition changes within a culture” (pp. 68). There is a growing diversity of families today including the commonality of sole-parenting. In order to explore aspects of sole-parenthood objectively, I need to reflect and put aside my personal experience of growing up in sole-parent household....   [tags: traditional families, gender roles]
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Being a Sole Trader - What would be the advantages and disadvantages and disadvantages or remaining as a privately owned familly business with me as a sole trader. Working in organisations A sole trader business consists of one who opens up a business on their own initiative. There are three types of sectors of businesses these comprise of the mutual, public and private sector. Private family businesses are include within the private sector. The following information is an describes the private sector: The private sector is made up of businesses and organisations that are owned by individuals or groups of the individuals....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 2029 words
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The Pros and Cons of Being a Sole Trader - The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being a Sole Trader A sole trader is a person, who runs his or her own business, he is self-employed therefore he has no boss he works over all the staff members in his business. Below are some advantages of being a sole trader. The owner works for himself in the sense that he decides what to do and when to do it. He decides weather or not he keeps staff, if so he says how many and also to pay them. He is his own boss he decides what kind of business he wants, weather to buy a property or just rent one....   [tags: Pro Con Essays] 466 words
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Evolutionary Adaptation as the Sole Reason for Sleep - Evolutionary Adaptation as the Sole Reason for Sleep The evolutionary theory claims that there is survival of the fittest, which means that whatever characteristics we have are there because they are or were once useful. Meddis (1979 suggested that we have evolved out sleep patterns. This means that we sleep because it enhances our chances of survival. There is other research that backs up this idea of our sleep patterns being evolved for our benefit. For example, it has been shown that those animals that were in danger from predators did not sleep much....   [tags: Papers] 375 words
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Types of Business Entities - The definition of a sole proprietorship is essentially a business that is run by one person and owned by that person as well. Specifically, a sole proprietorship is separated from the other business entities because of the specific the legal dynamics between the business and the owner of the business. Moreover, because of this factor, sole proprietorships are usually easy to both form, maintain as well as dissolve if need be. In a New York Times article, the authors expressed that small businesses are typically sole proprietorships and as such, this is why it was selected as the business entity (1)....   [tags: sole proprietorship, coporation, partnership]
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Critter Sitter’s Entrepreneurial Dilemmas - Critter Sitter’s Best Form of Business Organization A sole or individual proprietorship may not be the best form of organization for Critter Sitters because of the unlimited personal liability for the debts that this type of organization incurs (Twomey & Jennings,, 2014, p. 916). Although Lauren does not have organizational fees or legal expenses that are necessary to file for Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) status there are benefits that outweigh these costs (Seth M. Colwell, 2012 ) (Twomey & Jennings, 2014, p....   [tags: Sole, Individual Proprietorship, Organizations]
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The Cause of War - "We will bring the terrorists to justice; or we will bring justice to the terrorists. Either way, justice will be done." George Walker Bush, 2001. This quote made by President Bush in 2001 after the September. At the time, this quote was exactly what most Americans wanted to hear. The word Revenge perfectly describes what we wanted from Saddam Hussein. As the years have gone by, Revenge has been in the back of our heads. As the intensity of war has dropped, we have gone on with our lives. The cause of the war has affected our lives today....   [tags: war, ]
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The Main Features of Your Sole Trader As a Form of Ownership - The Main Features of Your Sole Trader As a Form of Ownership A sole trader is someone who owns, runs, controls and has set up his / her own business. This means that one person is his / her own boss and is responsible for the running of the business by themselves. They keep all the profit. For Example Errol the Mechanic, he is the owner of his sole trader. However a person running the business, by him or herself, is responsible for everything, i.e. accounts, ordering stock, retail and etc....   [tags: Papers] 367 words
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The Cause of WWII - When young Americans learn about any war, they usually are taught by the victor’s point of view. There exists more than one point of view to each and every story a person knows. Sometimes, an individual can benefit more in history if they could understand another point of view. Once that individual understands all the sides of the story, they can become neutral. The United States, Britain, and Germany all have different point of views on how World War II began, because the countries intervened in the war at different times....   [tags: Treaty of Versailles]
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The Fall of the Persian Empire to the Greeks - One of the most powerful empires of the day, the Persian Empire threatened the Greeks in 499 BC. The Persian Empire ruled by Darius, at that time stretched from the Mediterranean Sea to the Indus River Valley. Greatly outnumbering the Greeks, the Persians should have easily conquered them. The Greeks were able to defeat the Persians because they united for a sole purpose. This unification provided the strength they needed to win decisive military and naval sea battles. The Greek and Persian war began with the Ionian Revolt.....   [tags: sole, purpose, unification, military, naval] 1517 words
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The Cause - The Cause Violent crimes occur for many different reasons. Students who rampaged through the high schools throughout the United States have all said to have one thing in common; their peers did not respect the attackers. These students say they have felt bullied, or not belonging or not fitting in to what the “popular” standards are. So why resort to anger. Many said it feels it gives them the respect that they were deprived of and what they felt they deserved. These students make national and world news headlines, and they feel they have power and control when resorting to violence....   [tags: essays papers]
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Cause of War - ... This quote on offensive realism could give an explanation as to why realism can cause wars to happen. This theory has been used as an explanation of war for decades, however; new theories using realism as a foundation have taken a new look at why wars occur and has now turnt its attention more on states as actors who pursue their nation’s interest. This has changed the level of influence from individuals to states, meaning that it is in a state’s nature to pursue their self-interest. In contrast, the theory of liberalism claims that war occurs due to a lack of liberalism....   [tags: war history, theories] 1546 words
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Exploring the Cause of Eating Disorders - Familial Relationships and Bulimia - My sister is bulimic and has been in therapy for several months now. She seems to be making progress, but this eating disorder seems to rule her life nevertheless. Overwhelmed with conflicting desires, she is obsessed with food and her appearance. I see her suffer and wonder what has caused her to develop such behaviors. I know that there are several factors that can play a role in the inception of an eating disorder. Because of my sister’s problems, I have become interested in the interplay between familial relationships and bulimia....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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Cause and Effect Essay - Emergency Contraception Causes Abortion - Emergency Contraception Causes Abortion       Brown University associate professor of medicine, Ralph Miech, M.D., Ph.D., stated the abortive nature of EC in the Providence Journal on August 3, 1998: "This type of pill causes an abortion. From a pharmacologic perspective, this type of pill should be called an 'abortion-after pill'."   The question must be asked: "How is this contraception?" Women are being falsely led to believe that these pills are contraceptive in nature. But one of their common and intended modes of action is to prevent the development of the embryo, resulting in his or her death....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]
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The Cause of Obesity in the United States - Obesity has increased rapidly throughout the years, especially in the United States. As of today, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of adults in the U.S are considered to be obese. We all know that obesity is becoming a serious issue in the lives Americans. The effects of obesity can lead to heart disease, diabetes, and in serious cases, death. So the question we can all ask is, “What is the cause?” The cause of obesity can come from, but is not limited to, some of these things: eating habits, lack of exercise, or a medical condition....   [tags: Exercise, Food, Health]
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What is the Cause of Teen Violence - "Teen violence refers to harmful behaviors that can start early and continue into young adulthood" (Teen Violence). As generations continue to pass, the issue of teen violence remains. Why do kids act the way they do. What factors into their violent behavior. Questions like these do not have straight answers; instead, they seek out people's differing opinions. John Leo, Mike Males, Gloria Steinem, Charlie James, Chuck Shelton, Annette Fuentes, and James Garbarino share their opinions about the controversy of teen violence through newspaper and magazine articles....   [tags: Teen Violence, Harmful Behaviors, Young Adulthood]
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The Cause, Therapy, and Prevention of Hiccups - Hiccups are not always predication so it is annoying and humiliating sometimes - and sometime becomes the topic of laughter. Short attack of hiccups is usually common and innocuous. However, an expanded period of hiccupping or common hiccupping episodes may be a sign of problematic health status. There are numerous distinct reasons for why hiccups take place; it can be due to lifestyle such as eating and drinking habits too much, certain infections and disorders, and troubles with the functioning of nerves controlling the diaphragm....   [tags: hiccups, habits, diaphragm, infection] 794 words
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Cause of the American Civil War - The cause of the American Civil War has been a politicized subject for the past 152 years. There are many different theories for what the main cause is, however the best answer is an all of the above approach. The cause of the war that divided the nation cannot be narrowly defined into a single issue but each cause is affected and tied together. The main causes that resulted in the Civil War were the issue of nullification, tariffs, but most importantly just an overall difference in their ways of life....   [tags: nullification, tariffs, slavery, American history]
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The Cause of the Devastation of Hurricane Katrina - The historical event of Hurricane Katrina, a category three hurricane with winds ranging from 111-130 mph, in August 2005 revealed major structural failures in the levee systems of New Orleans. Though not all structural failures are as catastrophic, the breeched levees led to loss of life, homes, businesses, highways, and left a trail of destruction that is still being repaired today. The result of this failure led to lawsuits, conspiracy theories, and court cases. Hurricane Katrina had a major effect upon our country and those results are still rippling on today....   [tags: Natural Disasters]
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