• Citizen Complaint Officers Complaints Police
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    Citizen Complaints and Problems Officers Examining Officer Behavior Chapter thirteen talks about the police being a public institution, that relies on a grant of legitimacy rooted in public trust and confidence. Complaints that become news events can wear away confidence among an even wider audience. This chapter provides the unique opportunity to combine citizen complaint data with actual observations. It examines the behavior of identified problem officers, as well as whose who are not labeled...
  • The Unknown Citizen Auden Government Poem
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    Auden write this poem is about making fun of the unknown citizen. Auden says that the unknown citizen is being controlled by the society. The unknown citizen is a normal person in the modern society. he work in the Fudge Motor Inc for all his life. He doing the same thing every day. this poem is an irony because it all talk about the live of the unknown citizen. he is in the union (a large group) he has credit card (Installment Plan). He has Health Insurance. He is married and has 5 children. H...
  • American Heritage Nation Government Citizen
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    "Our American Heritage and Our Responsibility for Preserving It " Our Country was founded on sound principles. These principles were constructed to preserve our natural rights. These rights include free speech, free press and the ability to think for one's self. America was established as a proud nation, who's destiny to become great was undeniable. In today's society, many are questioning the value of our voices and the respect our rights are given. Our nation is experiencing a massive cry out...
  • Citizen Kane Movie Film Irony
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    Citizen Kane What makes an excellent movie Orson Welles starred and produced in the movie Citizen Kane, now known as the greatest movie ever made. Citizen Kane loosely portrays the life of William Randolph Hearst. In the movie, the use of sound, great acting, and irony help make this movie number one. First, the use of sound adds to the overall splendor of the film. Orson Welles, often uses sound to change from one scene to the next. Without sound Citizen Kane would not have the same dramatic e...
  • Good Citizen Hobbes Vs Rousseau
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    For one to be a good citizen, there are certain expectations a person must follow to achieve this goal. While many people have their own ideas of what makes a good citizen, there is little consensus to exactly what this would be. Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in their books The Leviathan and The Social Contract, create a system of political governing where the citizen plays a certain role and has certain expectations to carry out this role for the governmental system to work properly....
  • The Unknown Citizen Government Poem Life
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    The Unknown Citizen "The Unknown Citizen" by W. H. Auden, is a commentary on government and the materialism of modern man. The poem is written in the form of an obituary inscribed on a monument built by the government in commemoration of an average, upstanding, and decent community member. Throughout the passage, the speaker lists facts about the citizen's life which he believes prove that the deceased was a valuable person. In actuality these facts represent nothing more than the socially acce...
  • Blacks Treated As Lower Class Citizens
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    Blacks Treated as Lower Class Citizens The black community in the United States of America has always been the target of prejudice from the whites. The Constitution of America states all men should have equal rights, but instead of following the constitution whites have treated the blacks as lower- class citizen. An example that the black community has been treated as a lower class citizen they were being persecuted for trying to get an education. The next example that the black community was be...
  • Citizenship A Right And A Responsibility
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    When I think of America I think of freedom and citizenship. The right to vote or the right of free speech are aspects that, as citizens, we posses. Being born in America automatically gives you these rights and many more, and most importantly, you become a citizen. Now, with citizenship comes responsibility such as obeying the law and paying taxes. So if you follow these simple rules does this make you an effective citizen? This question, in my opinion, is almost impossible to answer for a numbe...
  • American Citizen Citizens Don Athletes
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    Stating that I'm a American citizen I really can't explain what the role of a Canadian citizen would be. So I'm just going to talk about what I understand the role of a American citizen should be in the U. S. As American citizen I feel as though participating in the political process should become a law in the U. S because many American bicker and complain about their local mayor, representatives, or the president, but the citizens who complain are those that do not get out in vote. These citize...
  • Education And The World Citizen
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    Education seems to be becoming more and more of a controversial subject not only among government, but also with school boards, teachers, parents, and even the students. Some of this controversy is attributed to the normal routine things such as starting times, funding for clubs and sports, and more recently the rise of violence in the schools, as well as outcries from the church for the return of religion in the schools. However, people of today's society are even more confused by the recent ad...
  • Immigration United States
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    PERMANENT RESIDENCE / IMMIGRANT VISAS. Returning Residents. Family based immigration (if close relatives citizens / residents in USA). DV-2003 Green Card Lottery. Religious workers. International adoption. Green Card through investment. Vaccinations. Procedures for marriage of a U. S. citizen to a foreign spouse Family Based Immigrations Purpose: The information included in the package will provide you with all the tools necessary for assessing the eligibility requirements understanding the pr...
  • States That The Virtue Citizens Aristotle Citizen
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    Aristotle discusses the ideal state and citizens. In his ideal state, Aristotle states about the features of citizens and answers the question of " who sould be citizen ." The concept of citizen is very important in his ideal state, because according to Aristotle citizens have the fullest sovereign power, and it would be ridiculous to deny their participation in the state management. Aristole's inspiration is from biology. It depends on teleology. Teleology is about purposefulness. Everything ha...
  • The Unknown Citizen Ironic Tone
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    The 20 th Century witnessed the rise of nationalism. Government started to justify many of its actions, unimaginable before, as for the good of the nation. The government played a deeper role in people s personal life, probing and examining every minute detail in search for any unpatriotic crime. Individuals who met the government s standards were lauded as model and patriotic citizens. Those who did not, such as those in the Red Scare of 1950 s, were ostracized. This alarmed a generation of wr...
  • When Society Is Too Equal
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    When Society is too Equal W. H. Auden's poem entitled "The Unknown Citizen" and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.'s short story entitled "Harrison Bergeron" is a portrayal of a conflict between individualism and government control. Auden's "The Unknown Citizen" is a government's view of the perfect modern man in an unrealistic society. Similarly, Vonnegut presents in "Harrison Bergeron" a scary and destructive view of the United States government in the future where all citizens are uniform. In both "The Unkno...
  • Global Citizen World Encounters Life
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    Joe Shines Freshman Seminar 10/01/99 Encounters: The Origins of Globalism The first section of The Global Citizen gives us a basic premise on which to proceed with developing the ideal of what it means to adopt the idea of being a global citizen. How can one citizen be global How can we be a citizen of the world A way to begin to recognize the answers these questions we must first realize that global citizenship starts with the individuals need for realizing there should be change in the world. ...
  • An Essay Comparing The Works Of Hobbes And Rousseau
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    The States of Hobbes and Rousseau For an individual to be considered a good citizen, there are certain expectations they must follow to attain this objective. In their books The Leviathan and The Social Contract, Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau create a system of political governing where the citizen plays a certain role and has certain expectations to carry out this role for the governmental system to work properly. Both men have quite different opinions in regards to the roles of citiz...
  • Ideal Citizen Pericles Based Cicero
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    Two traditions that epitomized the beginning of Western Civilization were that of the Greco-Roman state and the ideology of Christianity. These traditions were the cornerstone for values and beliefs that epitomized early civilizations. Their conceptual representatives elucidated the ideals and beliefs of these associations to the modern world through writings and other works. Pericles, Marcus Cicero, and St. Paul are but a few of these individuals who gave a glimpse into the aforementioned asso...
  • How To Make A Citizen's Arrest
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    When can you make a citizen's arrest? In a citizen's arrest many steps must be completed properly before restraining a person for their crime. By notifying the authorities, to see if there are other witnesses besides yourself, and you must be really careful during the process of making an arrest. If you witness a crime, it is your civic duty to report the crime to the police. When a crime is committed, you have the right and responsibility to make a "Citizen's Arrest." If you have witnessed a cr...
  • Common Interest Citizen Excellence State
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    Aristotle On Excellence In Leadership Essay, Research Aristotle On Excellence In Leadership "But when a whole family, or some individual, happens to be so preeminent in excellence as to surpass all others, then it is just that they should be the royal family and supreme over all, or that this one citizen should be king.' (1288 a 15-20) The key to Aristotle's quote is hidden in his definition of excellence. In Aristotle's context excellence refers to the excellence of a citizen "relative to the c...
  • Definition Of A Citizen Aristotle State Citizens
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    Aristotle's Definition Of Citizenship Aristotle's Definition Of Citizenship Essay, Research Paper Aristotle? s Citizenship In book three of his compilation, The Politics, Aristotle mainly discusses three types of constitutions. However, discussion of a state? s constitutions begs the question of the definition of its citizen. Aristotle concludes that the citizen ought to be defined as? those who participate in [an unlimited office]? (170). Aristotle later goes on to claim that the? unlimited off...