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    documentary, Homicide in Hollenbeck, spotlighting gang activity in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hollenbeck. This documentary explores the subculture of gangs existing within Hollenbeck from a several perspectives. The people documented include a mother who lost both of her sons to gang violence, a priest that has tried to help rehabilitate gang members, a police officer that has worked in Hollenbeck for five years in the gang unit, and a current gang member. For a conclusion, Homicide in Hollenbeck

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    Suicide

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    no friends…nothing," a troubled teenager would say, "Killing myself is the only solution." Is it? According to statistics, "suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people 15 to 25 years of age, following unintentional injuries and homicide". Across the country, psychologists are treating the "suicidal teenager" with counseling and even medication. Family and friends are also very supportive. But who is to say if one should live or die. When we are born we live until we die, but when

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    Media Violence

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    news and maintaining communication between people around the world. Television's most influential, yet most serious aspect is its shows for entertainment. Violent children's shows like Mighty Morphing Power Rangers and adult shows like NYPD Blue and Homicide almost always fail to show human beings being able to resolve their differences in a non-violent manner; instead they show a reckless attitude that promotes violent action first with reflection on the consequences later. Contemporary television creates

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    Homicide investigators search for evidence and clues that can be used to identify suspects in murder cases. Homicide investigation is a highly professional and specialized job, which requires years of practical experience paired with a process of continual education and training. This job can be rewarding, because it allows you to learn a lot from the cases assigned to you, it also allows you to help people solve their loved one's death. However there are also issues brought on by choosing a homicide

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    We Need Gun Control

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    Haymaker then found himself standing over his dying friend, Yoshihiro Hattore, a victim of unintentional homicide. (Haymaker 26) Tragic incidents like this one seem to be becoming more and more common in modern America. The availability of a firearm was the direct cause of Yoshihiro's death. Likewise the availabilty of firearms in general is related to accidental, as well as intentional, homicide. The United States Congress should therefore limit or illegalize the sale, use and carrying of handguns

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    Euthanasia should not be permitted in Canada, along with other countries for several ways. First off, the concept of Euthanasia is not supported in the Hippocratic Oath. Secondly, taking somebody’s life regardless of the reason can be compared to homicide and murder. Finally, euthanasia should not be necessary in today’s modern technological world. Euthanasia is wrong in many scenarios and it is a good decision to keep it illegal. First of all, Euthanasia goes against the entire theory of the Hippocratic

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    Kids Vs Kids

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    but also potentially dangerous material. School policy was different because they were not having such violent problems. There were problems in schools in the eighties but not so many, so often. From nineteen eighty eight to nineteen ninety-two the homicide rate increased by fifty percent, assault by forty eight percent, robbery, forty nine percent and rape fifteen percent. At these rapid increasements they crept into schools with a bang. The average home in the nineties is, both parents working forty

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    minor or murderer?

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    murders committed in America. Unfortunately, a portion of these horrid crimes are in fact committed by none other than America’s own children. The main problem faced, is to find the line to draw between children and adults when trying them for the homicides they commit. Although they are children, they still perform the same horrible acts as many adult psychopathic killers. This leaves many to question if the minor that commits the crime is truly a child and not a cold blooded killer. These killer traits

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    Moral and Ethical Issues of Euthanasia

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    deliberate action to cause a death. I have reasons to believe that passive or negative euthanasia can be a humane way of end suffering, while active or positive euthanasia is not. According Richard Gula, active euthanasia is legally considered homicide (5). Another intervention and approach to euthanasia could be through the use of analgesic means. The use of morphine or other anesthetic medication could be used to allow the patient to die or hasten their dying process. I consider the latter procedure

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    Euthanasia was a term that once was used to describe a peaceful way of gently dying, but over the past two centuries the use of this practice by the medical community has redefined the procedure, how it is applied, and who has the right to make such a directive (Boudreau & Somerville, 2014). This essay will delve into the two primary types of euthanasia (active and passive), the ethical issues rose by each type, and the laws about euthanasia in the state of Arizona. The consideration of legal euthanasia

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