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    Implicit Self Critique

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    Contextual Information/Purpose: The purpose of this study was to measure the self and friends using both an implicit and explicit level. The researchers were trying to find out about how one views self-regard at an implicit level, as well as how one views others using explicit self-criticism. Also, they were using a demographic of college students from both the United States, and Japan. They believe, and other research has shown, that the explicit and implicit levels of self-evaluation disagree

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    was the leader of our business development team, and would purchase personal items and write them off as business expenses. Essentially what he did was hide the personal expenses in his large business expense reports. Groups provide a shield of anonymity so that someone who ordinarily might be afraid of getting caught for stealing can rely on the fact that other group members had the same opportunity or reason to steal (Robbins & Judge, 2009). This particular employee was able to hide most of his

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    A major life event that started me to pursue an education in nursing was my time in basic training. The most life changing event during my induction into the army at ft. Jackson before starting basic training was accepting Christ as my personal lord and savior. When I decided to go into the Army 4 years out of high school I was a student firefighter E.M.T. working towards my paramedic, incidents at the Dept. I worked at both before and after some traumatic emergency responses actually turned me away

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    causes teens to become depressed and suicidal. Social media is influencing kids to commit suicide. It is estimated that 52% of teens are being cyberbullied (qtd. in nobullying.com). Online predators are also a big issue. Online predators use the anonymity of the internet to their advantage. These predators look for teens that are emotionally vulnerable. Predators try to tempt adolescents into sexual conversations or to even meet in person. SOME POSITIVES TO SOCIAL

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    An Analysis of How Songwriter's and Musician's are Affected by Location This land is your land, this land is my land From California To the New York Island From the Redwood forest To the Gulf Stream waters This land was made for you and me. -Woody Guthrie Although the above lines, from Woody Guthrie's geographical classic This Land is Your Land, are deep-rooted in American Soil they still work as an excellent indicator of how a songwriter's location can reflect the ideas and meaning

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    abuse issues in a rural environment. Substance abuse is more prevalent and more difficult to address in the context of rural America. Urban America is often seen as a place where the inherently dense concentration of people provides for a level of anonymity and diversity that fosters more accepting sentiments towards individual behavior, and by extension drug use (Draus & Carlson, 2008). Conversely, rural America is often perceived as a place where someone is always around familiar faces and is bound

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    being a bully online, the position changes from bully to victim (STOP Cyberbullying). There have been way too many incidents where people have killed not only themselves, but their peers as well because of cyberbullying (STOP Cyberbullying). “The anonymity of technology can also make it easier for people to bully others online. A quarter of teenagers say they have been bullied either by text or on the internet."

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    Online Gambling There is a major issue to be dealt with, which is spreading with little regulatory oversight and no effective screens against participation by the young and the vulnerable.  Internet gambling represents one of the fastest growing segments of online activity with more than seven hundred web sites now providing users the opportunity to wager everything from casino games to sporting events.  According to internet research firms, the industry will pull in $1.5 billion in world-wide

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    ministers convened on Saturday for official talks to finalize the two-day summit's agenda, which Abd Allah's proposal is expected to feature prominently on. Damascus has reservations over Jordan's proposal An Arab delegate, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that 13 of the Arab League's 22 members are showing implicit support for the Jordanian proposal, which some see as a way to compel Israel to meet its requirements under the US-backed road map for regional peace. Nine Arab states, including

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    will say that if tennagers know that they are being watched they will be more cautious. Teenagers will find other ways of communicating to their friends like text messages or cell phones and those options are better because they do not offer the anonymity and danger of the internet. Also some will say that teenagers can block the content that they are watching from their parents. If parents talked to their children about why they are installing spyware and the dangers of the internet it can prevent

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