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    Parental Decision-Making

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    emancipated, must have the medical consent of their parent or parents before any health care decision can be made (Boonstra & Nash, 2000). These laws do not include health sensitive medical care like prescriptions for contraception, abortion of fetus, pregnancy care or drug addiction rehabilitation. Pediatric nurses are in a unique position that serves as the facilitator of patient care and patient care decision-making between the pediatric patient and the patient’s parents. In this position, pediatric

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    With the cards down, as Ronald Green describes the veil of ignorance, a basic right to nondiscrimination on the basis of genotype would be negotiated. With this right in place, conflicts between the parental role and the role of citizen would be managed by the negotiated prohibition of parental decisions genetically to enhance the memory of children. Let me imagine myself some years from now as a citizen and a parent — who also happens to be a philosophy teacher — facing the question of whether

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    Parental Decisions about Medical Care

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    Parents do not have the right to refuse medical treatment for their child. Parents’ religious beliefs should be respected by society but a child can not truly belong to a religion until he or she has reached adulthood and chosen to believe. Therefore, decisions regarding medical care should be logical and rational. Lia’s conflict is the result of two cultures colliding: the traditional Hmong culture and the American culture. It consists of speaking English, having at least a high school education, and

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    John Small, a fourteen year old boy in Uptown St. Paul, proceeds into the Suburban World Cinema, anxious to see Abel Ferrara's Bad Lieutenant. He is equipped with a parental note, replete with the phone number where his parents can be reached to verify that they did indeed author the note should its authenticity be questioned. John pushes seven crumpled-up dollar bills and the folded note into the metal dugout under the box office window, only to be met with a tinny, disinterested voice booming through

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    First Amendment And Music Censorship

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    music shelves everywhere and returned only with a new approved c... ... middle of paper ... ... something we have not yet discovered. We have seen the objections of yesterday as the legends of today. Now we must stand strong to make our own decisions and see things through our own eyes and touch it with our two hands, because it is through experience and challenge that we all grow and discover new ideas. Works Cited: Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution. 1791

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    Ways to Involve Parents

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    and attending school functions; the list goes on and on. (NEA, 2003). No matter how parents contribute time towards their child’s education, it will be important. Parental involvement is important because it makes a difference in children’s lives. (NEA, 2003). This difference includes student achievement and success. How Parental Involvement Improves Student Achievement in School Involving parents in the education of their children directly effects student achievement in school. Research

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    Dangerous Abortion Laws

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    not. Currently 28 states in the U.S. require parental consent or notification in order for a minor to receive abortion services.(Net 3) This is not a federally mandated law, but if the right-wing religious groups get their way it will become just that.(Net 3) Requiring parental involvement in a minor’s decision to abort is unacceptable due to; personal choice, birth control, and health risk, issues. Although a judicial bypass can over-rule a parental involvement law, a minor must prove either

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    Parental Involvement in Child's Education

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    Parental involvement promotes the social growth of a child. Children whose parents are involved in their education have many advantages. They have better grades, test scores, long-term academic achievement, attitudes and behavior than those with disinterested mothers and fathers (Gestwicki, 2001). Parents becoming involved in their child's schooling creates extra sources of social constraint to influence the child's behavior (McNeal, 2001). For example, parents talking to their children and becoming

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    The next step of this process would be to assign ratings to music. While the goal of a music rating system is understandable, there are many reasons why this policy should not be implemented. By taking a look at the Constitutional, financial, and parental involvement in rating policies, several good reasons not to support this mandate will emergeThe First Amendment in the Constitution of the United States clearly states that, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or

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    to understanding the issue of helping Americans attend PSS is first understanding what factors influence whether or not an individual chooses to attend college. I propose that one factor which can have a significant effect on an American youth’s decision to pursue PSS is the education achievements of their parents. Additionally, I examine the relationship between the influence of a father attending college vers... ... middle of paper ... ...t on the likelihood a child will attend college. The

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