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  • Behind Closed Doors

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    Prologue – Behind Closed Doors I watched as the drops of rain fell delicately from the dark sky; each drop sliding down the window like tear drops on the peachy face of an infant, crying for its mother. It was a dark day in Belleville; but then again, it always was. I can’t remember the last time I saw the sun straining through the pearly grey clouds to shed some light on this morbid town. We always seemed to be living in darkness; even at noon it still seemed like the early morning sun was still

  • Behind Closed Doors

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    Behind Closed Doors Over the years, many people have believed that the issue of sexual harassment should not be discussed in public. Sexual harassment was to be discussed behind closed doors. In spite of this, the social and political systems have changed instantaneously. This social problem has affected men and women throughout time; however, it seems that the women of our society more closely look at this issue. This social topic has encouraged women to establish organizations in order to help

  • Behind Closed Doors

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    Economics, 52% of 11 to 16 year olds have internet access in their own bedroom” (Behr 30). Therefore, 52% of children can enter the digital portal of pornography. What may start as simple experimentation, could lead to a life of pain and sorrow. Behind closed doors, unsupervised kids can see an endless amount of pornographic content. Pornography is an uncomfortable subject to talk about, so it is hard for parents to intervene. The majority of parents are ignorant, or pretend to be ignorant, in order to avoid

  • Behind Closed Doors

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    essential to the way that some authors write their poems or books. In A Rose for Emily the psychological aspect to a writer’s writing becomes very apparent when people finally begin to discover the life that Emily led behind the security of the closed doors of her home. No one in the town really knew Emily, or how she lived behind the walls of her home because she never let people in. With her death people become curious and wanted to know what the inside of her home had looked like and see everything

  • Behind the Amish Closed Doors

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    Behind the Amish Closed Doors The Amish Church, which began more than 300 hundred years ago in Europe, is a spinoff of the Anabaptist Christians. This group organized into a separate branch of Protestantism at the end of the 17th century under the leadership of a Swiss Mennonite preacher from Berne named Jakob Ammann. Ammann urged his followers to live according to the practices of the early church and to reject modern European society. Ammann drew followers from throughout Europe, who eventually

  • Secrets Behind Closed Doors

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    Nicole are preparing dinner in their apartment. “Mom must be staying at John’s” said Billy. “I talked with her the other day on the phone, she didn’t say any specifics” said Nicole. “As long as she is happy, it’s not our business what happens behind closed doors” said Billy. “Yeah” said Nicole.

  • walmart behind closed doors

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    Wal-Mart, everyone has heard of it and has at least been there once in their lifetime. Wal-Mart is the world’s largest retailer that is making $ 220 billion dollars in sales a year with over one million hourly workers with only 2/3 being women employees, who only make up 10 percent of management positions. (Olsson 608). Everyone has heard of wal-mart famous logo of “Everyday Low Prices” which attract thousands of consumers a day. Many people love to shop at Wal-Mart but no one looks at the picture

  • KaleidoscopeArt Behind Closed Doors

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    KaleidoscopeArt Behind Closed Doors Before you begin reading this paper, look through the appendix. Are you shocked? Disgusted? Intrigued? Viewers of such controversial artwork often experience a wide spectrum of reactions ranging from the petrified to the pleased. Questions may arise within the viewer regarding the artistic merit and legitimacy of this unorthodox artwork. However, art's primary purpose, according to Maya Angelou, “is to serve humanity. Art that does not increase

  • Hostile Work Environment: Closed-door Meetings Violate Company Policy

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    Facts of the case: Anna’s immediate supervisor, Michael, repeatedly required that she have “closed door” meetings with him. Closed-door meetings violate company policy. Other employees were aware of these closed-door meetings and, as a result, rumors began to spread that Anna and Michael were having an office romance. In fact, in these closed-door meetings Michael tried to convince Anna to lend him money, a practice that also violates company policy. Anna repeatedly denied the request and Michael

  • Taken Pt. 1

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    leaned over and patted him on the head. He groaned loudly. I stepped out of the room and down the hall to Morgan’s room. I knocked on the door. I already heard her moving around inside. In extreme contrast to Ben, she always got up early. She claimed she got more out of the day when she got up before 6:30. “Morgan,” I said through the door. She opened the door and poked her head out. I could see that she was already fully dressed and showered. “Hey, Dad,” said Morgan. “What’s up?” I kissed her on