• Issues In Community Counseling
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    Running head: ISSUES IN COMMUNITY COUNSELING Issues in Community Crisis CounselingOluwakemi AmolaNorth Carolina Central University Abstract Crisis counseling is a time-limited program designed to assist persons affected by trauma, return to their pre-trauma level of functioning. Crisis counselors utilize several techniques to perform these services. This paper offers a clearer understanding of the crisis counseling field and the counselors who conduct it. In the past twenty years, crisis counsel...
  • 20th Century Public Relation
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    MARKETING 438 PUBLIC RELATIONS MAJOR CASE PRESENTATION 20 TH CENTURY INSURANCE COMPANYBYBranson C. Nicholson Nichelle Cox Rhonda Porter 1 lb 419802/17/99 Instructor: Paula Becker UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX Long Beach Campus Table of Contents History, Position, Targeted Market, Goals Page 3 Northridge Earthquake, Crisis Page 4 Comeback Kid, Results of PR Campaign Page 6 Developing a Crisis Plan, Page 7 Crisis Team, Milestones for Communication Page 8 Issues Page 9 Plan Approval, Anticipated competitiv...
  • Midlife Crisis Myth Men Age Depression
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    Midlife Crisis: Myth? Imagine being forty or fifty and asking yourself questions like: What have I done all of my life? Why am I sitting behind a desk? And what am I doing driving a 1994 Grand Am, when I could be driving a BMW z 3? Then you come home and your partner says, 'Honey, I set up and appointment for you to see Dr. Sherwood.' and you reply 'What for?' Going through some a midlife transaction is common in men. From having symptoms, then coping with it, and getting professional help. In m...
  • Asian Crisis Countries Financial Markets
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    The financial crisis that erupted in Asia in mid-1997 has led to sharp declines in the currencies, stock markets, and other asset prices of a number of Asian countries. It is hard to understand what these declines will actually do to the world market. This decline is expected to halve the rate of world growth in 1998 from the four percent that was projected pre-crisis to an estimated outcome of about 2 percent. The countries that are included in the East Asian crisis, known as " Tiger' economies...
  • Crisis Missile Soviet Cuba
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    The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 presents an integrated, comprehensive record of U. S. decision making during the most dangerous U. S. -Soviet confrontation in the nuclear era. Some 3, 400 unique records relevant to the crisis, total ling approximately 17, 500 pages, are reproduced in the microfiche. Much of the documentation focuses on U. S. decision making during what Robert Kennedy called the 'Thirteen Days' of the missile crisis-from McGeorge Bundy's October 16, 1962 briefing of President Ken...
  • Crisis Communications Communication Image Article
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    Crisis communication is the most important aspect of external and internal organization communication. This type of communication ranges from image restoration campaigns to employee turnover. In the articles that I have analyzed, I discovered many examples of crisis communications and its importance. I will discuss the Bridgestone-Firestone Corporation's image restoration campaign and explain Benoit's theory of image restoration. Also, I will discuss how crisis communications fits into public re...
  • Crisis Intervention Model Social Crises Work
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    Running head: THE CRISIS INTERVENTION MODEL The Crisis Intervention Model Wai yip Camden County College Abstract The crisis intervention model is applicable whenever the functioning of an individual or family has been unexpectedly and dramatically affected in some personal loss or tragedy. It is to be used during a four to six week period following the event that precipitated the crisis. In this research paper I will attempt to describe the crisis intervention model and more importantly explain ...
  • Psychotherapy Vs Crisis Intervention
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    Psychotherapy, also known as crisis counseling, is an organized conceptual framework, which uses multiple psychological theories to assist an individual towards problem resolution. This type of therapy / counseling may be appropriate after crisis intervention since the goal of psychotherapy is problem resolution and the goal of crisis intervention is problem management. The two should always be treated separate. Both in terms of function and application. Psychotherapy is usually a longer-term t...
  • The Origins Of World War One
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    The origins of World War One The Fritz Fisher thesis Fritz Fisher focuses on the Kaiser, Gottlieb von Jago w, Bethmann Hollweg and Helmut von Moltke. These four were the German leading figures at that time; Fischer is convinced that these people were responsible for the outbreak of World War One. Fischer's three main claims were: 1. Germany was prepared to launch the First World War in order to become a great power. 2. Germany encouraged Austria-Hungary to start a war with Serbia, and continued...
  • Cuban Missle Crisis Soviet Intelligence Cuba
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    Start The Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 was one of the turning points of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. At that time the two superpowers came close to war, possibly with nuclear weapons; after it, both countries began to seek ways to adjust to each other, in particular, to prevent the use of nuclear weapons. The events of the Cuban Missile Crisis demonstrated the maturity of the U. S. intelligence community, especially in its ability to collect and analyze in...
  • Cuban Missile Cuba Soviet Crisis
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    Cuban Missile Crisis The Cuban Missile Crisis was a major confrontation between the United States and Russia over Soviet-supplied missile installations in Cuba. The background to the crisis was Russia's military strength in Europe. At any time Russia would be able to take over Europe through the use of a surprise attack. The US, however, made an attack of this kind very difficult due to its development of the U 2 reconnaissance plane which would give an indication of a Russian intention to attac...
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis
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    THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS Back in 1962 most people thought there could not be a nuclear war. They were wrong. The U. S. A, Soviet Union, and Cuban countries were so close they could feel it breathing down their necks. The people of the U. S. were so close to being incinerated, and they didn't even know it. The Soviets had such a build up of missiles in Cuba they could have wiped-out most of the continental United States. The build up of these missiles, and the problems faced in October of 1962 a...
  • Prevent Contagion Asian Crisis
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    Globalization has been the theme directing the future. Yet, as Mr. Henry M. Paulson, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. recently acknowledged, national and regional markets are linked only in precarious ways leading to weak spots within the economy and fueling the possibility for regional or even worldwide financial crises (Peck Ming, 12/8, p. 1). In just the past 12 years, three major crises have caused tremors felt around the world. All three examples represent incidences of contagi...
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis In The Film Thirteen Days
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    The film Thirteen Days shows the viewer a "blockbuster" look at the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis that challenged the Kennedy administration. It does a reasonable job of sifting through history and picking the pieces that allow the audience to understand the historical event and enjoy the movie without being overloaded with information. The character of the President's fiercely loyal aid, Kenneth O'Connell played by the actor Kevin Costner is followed throughout the film to give a more personal feel...
  • Cuban Missle Crisis Cuba Missile American
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    The Cuban Missile Crisis was one of the most tense and epic confrontations of the twentieth century. Many factors led to the level of escalation that was experienced. The causes of the Cuban Missile Crisis can be traced back to the late nineteenth century, during the Spanish-American War, where the U. S. A. gained control of Cuba. Until 1959, America supported a corrupt regime in Cuba under Fulgencio Batista, who had obtained power illegally in 1933. America benefited from this alignment by con...
  • Abortion Asian Crisis Hong Kong
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    Asian Crisis The crisis began in Thailand in July 1997 and spread to Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia, then to Hong Kong, Korea and Japan. Financial systems in Thailand, Korea and Japan all came under intense strain, but nowhere as destructively as in Indonesia, which by early 1998 had become the worst-affected victim. The 1997 Asian financial meltdown began in Thailand on July 2 after the collapse in late June of 16 finance companies alerted investors to the strains on the financial syst...
  • Asian Crisis Identification Countries Asia Currency
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    Identification and Origins of the Asian Crisis As the economist Walden Bello said "the evaporation of the Asian economic miracle probably ranks second only to the unraveling of Soviet socialism as the greatest surprise of the last half-century' (Bello). The Asian crisis is a combination of several negative changes in their economy. The characteristics of the Asian Crisis are a lower G. D. P, foreign investment and value of a country's currency. There was a drop of forty to eighty percent in Sout...
  • Asian Crisis The Continuing
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    The continuing Asian economic crisis that began in mid-1997 ranks as Asia's second biggest event since World War II. The crisis suddenly halted the region's unprecedented three decades of rapid economic growth. Within Asia itself, the crisis has had not only serious domestic social, political, and economic impact, it has affected intra- and extra regional international relations, as well as intellectual and policy discourse. At the same time, the crisis has almost incompatibly, spawned the deepe...
  • Financial Crisis Asian Economies Countries
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    After nearly thirty years of great economic growth many Asian countries are in recession due to many bad business decisions. The Asian financial crisis caused the value of Asian currency fall 50-60 percent, stock markets to decline by 40 percent, property values to drop, and banks to close. The Asian financial crisis began in mid 1997 because of currency devaluation, bad banking practices, high foreign debt, and corruption; has lead to a decline in the currency and stock markets of all Asian cou...
  • Asian Financial Crisis Economic International Analysts
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    The Asian Financial Crisis: Causes & Consequences Few financial events have so rocked the world economic order as the Asian financial crisis of 1997-98. Beginning with the collapse of the Thai currency in early July of 1997 and extending through the near meltdown of the South Korean economy in December 1997 through January 1998, the financial crisis toppled one "tiger' after another. The chaos that resulted even challenged the solvency and stability of the once seemingly invincible Asian economi...