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    Orphans in Jane Eyre

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    Orphans in Jane Eyre Jane, one of the orphans in the novel Jane Eyre, is portrayed as the victim of charity. She is also seen in others' eyes as something less or lower than themselves. Orphans are seen by wealthy people as children who are in need of their charity, and also who lack in morals, ambition, and culture. Jane tells about how she has no family; her mother and her father had the typhus fever, and "both died within a month of each other" (58; ch. 3). As if this is not bad enough, she

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    AIDS-Infected Orphans

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    another epidemic, Orphans. The UN says that in 2010 there will be about 53.1million orphans and more than 15 million will be because their one or both parents died from HIV/AIDS (orphans in Africa project). In 2008, around 430,000 children under the age of 14 were infected with HIV (Queiroz, Africa a continent of orphans). Children that are abandoned by their parents become are emotionally traumatized. (AIDS orphans) This creates a problem with their psychological state. (AIDS orphans) Another reason

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    Orphans in Nineteenth-Century England

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    Orphans in Nineteenth-Century England There is no denying that the nineteenth century in England was a time of tremendous changes throughout the social and economical spectrums. As the adults adjusted to these changes prompted by the Industrial Revolution as best they could, many children, in particular orphans, were faced with poor living conditions that limited their successes later in life. Although most orphaned children were fortunate enough to be placed into sufficient living circumstances

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    increases in urbanization. Movements such as The Great Migration lead to huge populations in newly industrialized cities. In addition, there was a great increase in immigration, especially from families of eastern and southern European descent. The Orphan Train Movement’s purpose was to give the thousands of children in New York City that were left without homes due to increased urbanization and industrialization a new family out west with good living conditions and values and to increase the number

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    Orphan Trains

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    Orphan Trains Orphan trains and Carlisle and the ways people from the past undermined the minorities and children of America. The film "The orphan Trains" tells us the story of children who were taken from the streets of New York City and put on trains to rural America. A traffic in immigrant children were developed and droves of them teamed the streets of New York (A People's History of the United States 1492-present, 260). The streets of NYC were dirty, overcrowded, and dangerous. Just as

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    The Orphan Characters of Heart of Darkness All Conrad's major characters are, in a fundamental sense, orphans. To men like Marlow, his parents offer him no predestined place in an ordered world, or, if such a place exists, they do not feel it is a real alternative for them. The knowledge of a hostile, annihilating force at the center of existence brings to Conrad's characters a constant sense of their personal vulnerability. Before this revelation, they were orphans in search of a ground

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    The African Children’s Project & Orphans in Africa There are approximately over 20 million children, under the age of 15, that have lost one or both parents through HIV/AIDS in Africa(Unicef, 10). Those children are usually brought to orphanages that are placed in certain areas around Africa. A great deal of the orphanages are ran by Christian organizations and have the under lying message of Christ in their homes. The African Children’s Project is one of the many orphanages open in Africa that

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    The Orphan Drug Act

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    The Orphan Drug Act The term orphan drug refers to a product that treats a rare disease affecting fewer than 200,000 Americans. Orphan drugs help the companies that manufacture them, under the Orphan drug act. Under the act a small company can pick up a product that would be worth anywhere from $5 million to $20 million a year. The orphan drug act has helped in the development of products to treat drug addiction, leprosy, hemophilia, and rare cancers, as well as diseases most people have never

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    Essay On Orphan Abuse

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    Keeyan Haghshenas Period 3 12/16/13 Miss Mackin English II CPE The Orphan Abuse When a child is orphaned it a traumatic experience, that will often leave the child in a state of depression and sorrow. Most of the time the pain does not stop there, the child will be sent to an orphanage or foster home where they will experience abuse both mentally and physically. When a child is placed into a foster home or orphanage, they are taken out of what is considered a hostile environment in hopes they will

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    History Of Orphan Rides

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    muscles. Complete strangers come over to examine you and scrutinize over whether to adopt you, one of the orphan train riders, into their homes. The orphan trains are a part of American history unknown by many. However, they played a huge impact in the passing of different laws and the foster care system today. According to the orphan train documentary by Ozarks public television and the orphan train depot website, between 1853 and 1929 an estimated 250,000 children were relocated from major east

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