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    Duty to Protect vs Patient Confidentiality

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    208-264. Duty to warn: A question of loyalty varies by state (2004, January). Contemporary Sexuality, 38(1), 4-6. Simone, S. & Fulero S.M. (2005). Tarasoff and the duty to protect. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 11(1/2), 145-168. Walcott, D.M., Cerundolo, P. & Beck, J.C. (2001). Current analysis of the Tarasoff duty: An evolution towards the limitation of the duty to protect. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 19, 325-343.

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    Point by Point Comparison In 1953, author Arthur Miller released his newest play, “The Crucible.” Set in Salem, Massachusetts during the 1692 Salem Witch trials, Miller’s play connects the effects of perjury in Puritan Massachusetts to Communist fearing America in the 1950s, a severe crucible for both Puritans and Americans alike. In 1996, a film version of Arthur Miller’s play was released, starring Daniel Day Lewis as John Proctor, Winona Ryder as Abigail Williams, and Joan Allen as Elizabeth

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    The Crucible How does an individual gain so much power through trials? In the play, The Crucible, Arthur Miller portrays Abigail Williams as a powerful individual by revealing her control over the younger girls and the continuous accusations she makes until the end of the play. Throughout the entire play, it is made clear that Abigail has control over the younger girls in the village. In Act 1, it is right away noticed that her way of controlling them is through causing fear by making

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    powerful and magical weapon is called “love”. Some of the best literature works were based on love and his experiences, works like: Intruder by Jorge Borges, Morning by Pablo Neruda, One Holy Night by Sandra Cisneros and Love after Love by Derek Walcott just to name a few. Love is

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    “witchcraft”. All the witchcraft talk began when Reverend Parris, Salem’s minister, caught his very own slave, Tituba, dancing in the forest along with many other girls one evening. These girls are known to be Abigail Williams, Mary Warren, Susana Walcott, Betty Parris, and plenty other wild girls of Salem. These young women seem to praise Tituba during the dance which lead them to act in an insane and unwomanly manner. They run around like psychos, yell from the top of their lungs, get undressed,

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    “Husbands implicated wives; nephews their aunts; daughters their mothers; siblings each other” (The New Yorker: Inside the Salem Witch Trials). The Salem Witch Trials began on June 2, 1692, with the trial of Bridget Bishop. Many more trials were to follow in the next four months. Twenty people were killed, including Bridget Bishop. The Salem Witch Trials were an inexcusable event. During the four months of the trials, over two hundred people were convicted and sent to jail. Twenty people were killed

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    The Salem Witch Trials Today I am going to explain about the Salem witch trials. The contents you will learn about is contrary to today’s beautiful weather. Anyway, do you believe the existence of witch or devil? You might not, because we are Christian students. However, although the 17th century was a peak of Christianity, there was several people conducted the witchcrafts. The Protestants who persecuted from England migrated to America who was puritans. They made colonies around the America. One

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    In the past, Bhutan was an isolated country, a tiny land locked nation that was completely separated from the rest of the world. After Zhabdrung Rinpoche came to Bhutan in 1616 A.D, he unified the country which was initially torn by consistent civil wars. He then created a unique identity for the country in order to deter any threat from the north. Since 1961 Bhutan experienced a drastic economic transition with starting a first year plan Bhutan got exposed to modern commodities and technologies

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    The Benefits of Movement in Education

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    The topic I chose to research was Movement Education. Have you every been in an environment in the same seat for hours and notice your self looking around, spacing out and time seeming to never move. Your focus is gone but then your allowed a 10 minute break and when you come back your focus is better then ever. This is what it is like for students in our schools with out movement education. Sitting in a seat for hours is physically tough for anyone to stay interested on any topic. Important

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    What makes an individual worthy of a Nobel Prize in a category as broad as literature? Is it an immense knowledge of writing procedures that other authors have not begun to attempt to use? Or is an appropriate representation of the author's subject that is solely objective, and lacks all personal opinions? If that was the case, several Prizes should be taken away from some authors and handed to other more deserving writers. V. S. Naipaul, who received a Nobel Prize in Literature for Miguel Street

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