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    discussion on racism

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    the faculty in graduate social work programs are hesitant to discuss racism due to the hostile reactions and negative feelings it brings out in students. The article includes a discussion on what it means to have a dialogue and how students learn to debate instead of a dialogue. Personal meaning I find it very sad that Dr. Wright had to say that racism was real, still exists, and has profound impacts on the lives of everyone involved but especially people of color. I also wonder if I am ever hostile

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    Pretrial diversion program

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    For this assignment we were required to read section two out of our textbook. Now this section was about pretrial diversion. From this section I understood that there were four different types of diversion programs. Within this paper I will be discussing a pretrial diversion program that I have found from another state plus including its specs. I will the talk about how it works and generally which type of diversion programs it falls within. Once I have completed that I will also use critical thinking

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    The Lincoln-Douglas Debates

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    was a series of 7 debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas. The campaign covered seven of the nine major districts of Illinois. They included: Ottawa, Freeport, Jonesboro, Charleston, Galesburg, Quincy, and Alton. Of the many issues addressed, a major controversy throughout the entire affair, was the expansion of slavery. The debates attracted tremendous crowds from all over the nation and became known as the Lincoln-Douglas Debates. The Lincoln-Douglas debates were the result of

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    Hughes' Women and Gender in Islam: Historical Roots of a Modern Debate In the Hughes’ text, Women in World History: Volume 1, the chapter on Middle Eastern women focuses on how Islam affected their lives. Almost immediately, the authors wisely observe that “Muslim women’s rights have varied significantly with time, by region, and by class” (152). They continue with the warning that “there is far too much diversity to be adequately described in a few pages.” However, I argue that there is essential

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    The Debate of Animal Testing in Laboratories Debating over the animal rights movement has raised questions and concerns for many years. Although animal research has been the cause of many medical breakthroughs, is it morally and ethically right to put animals in these kinds of situations? This is one of the underlying questions that must be solved before it is too late. There has already been too much violence and harm caused by the opposing views of this argument. Shouts of protests and riots

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    Authorship debate

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    William Shakespeare’s works being just that is a notion most accept; however, there has been a lot of evidence and arguments by historians, who opt to challenge this notion, arguing that Shakespeare was the pen name of Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford had to conceal his authorship for social and political reasons. After careful examination of historian’s evidence this theory doesn’t measure up and it was indeed Shakespeare, who was the genuine author. The world has come to accept that William Shakespeare

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    The Condom Distribution Debate

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    The Condom Distribution Debate The topic of condom distribution in public schools has caused many heated debates throughout our country in the last decade. Proponents of distribution state that free condom distribution will ensure that teenagers will practice safe sex and that the rate of sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy will decline. Opponents of distribution state that free condom distribution will encourage sexual activity and foster the idea that premarital sex is acceptable.

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    The Debate Over the Origin of Modern Homo Sapiens There has been a great deal of heated debate for the last few decades about where modern Homo sapiens originated. From the battle grounds, two main theories emerged. One theory, labeled “Out-of-Africa” or “population replacement” explains that all modern Homo sapiens evolved from a common Homo erectus ancestor in Africa 100,000 years ago. The species began to spread and replace all other archaic human-like populations around 35,000 to 89,000

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    The Debate of Human Cloning

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    Missing Appendix The Debate of Human Cloning Human cloning has become a hot topic for debate. As we progressed one step closer to successfully cloning and developing a human being, legislators and the general public have become more concerned about the ethical and moral implications of this procedure. The federal government has been unsuccessful in reaching an agreement as to what policy to pass and enact. Thus, any current legislation on human cloning has been developed and enforced by individual

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    Philosophical Debate

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    The philosophical debate begins as Socrates states that a true philosopher “has reason to be of good cheer when he is about to die”, although suicide is not acceptable. Cebes is confused by what seems to be a contradiction because for those who would consider death a blessing, cannot take their own lives, but must wait for their lives to be taken from them. Socrates explains that the “gods are our guardians, and that we are a possession of theirs”, and so have no right to harm ourselves. True philosophers

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