• Aids In Corrections Health Care
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    In addressing the prevention of the spread of the HIV virus in prisons, we have seen a rush to develop and implement prevention measures. Much attention has centered on such controversial issues as compulsory or voluntary blood testing, isolation versus integration of HIV infected inmates into the prison mainstreams, provision of condoms and disposable needles, and effective educational measures for specific groups within the prison. Unfortunately, this rush to develop and implement preventive m...
  • Enemy Of The People
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    How Home-Schooling Really Got Started People have often been known to find comfort in numbers and to therefore enter into social contracts with others living around them. People feel safer in groups and so they choose to give up certain rights and privileges for protection from their peers. This inevitably leads to domination of man over man. People choose leaders to make their decisions for them, or they do as the majority says. It is very rare for people to make rational decisions and carry to...
  • Witches This Was Necessary To Combat The Devil Witch Authorities Belief
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    The European witch craze is easily understood when placed within the historical context of the seventeenth century. Explain this statement, supporting your answer by discussing issues of gender, politics, economics, and religion. The European witch craze is easily understood when placed within the historical context of the seventeenth century. At this time, there were economic hardships, religious rivalries, and troubled politics. Also, during this time, most Europeans were looking around for a...
  • Orthodox Church In The Ussr
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    Two factors to bear in mind: The Orthodox Church was one of the greatest supporters of the Czarist system of autocracy. According to Marxist doctrine (incorporated into the official state ideology of the USSR) religion is 'the opiate of the masses'. The Situation 1917-1940: 1918: Decree concerning 'the separation of Church and State and the separation of the Schools from the Church' with the aim of: To bring to an end close identification btw Church and State that had existed w/ the czars. Exclu...
  • War Rent Questions Police Investigator
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    Don't Talk to Cops By Guy McBernson " GOOD MORNING! My name is investigator Holmes. Do you mind answering a few simple questions?' If you open your door one day and are greeted with those words, STOP AND THINK! Whether it is the local police or the FBI at your door, you have certain legal rights of which you ought to be aware before you proceed any further. In the first place, when law enforcement authorities come to see you, there are no 'simple questions'. Unless they are investigating a traff...
  • Legitimacy Of The Government
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    Democracy Representative democracies are based on the will of the people. There is no myth to this statement. Joseph Schumpeter said, "The democratic method is that institutional arrangement for arriving at political decisions in which individuals acquire the power to decide by means of a competitive struggle for the people's vote." If this is true, one may ask where the will of the people comes into play. To establish the underlying points of this statement we must first come to a consensus as ...
  • William Falkner A Rose For
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    A Flower Frozen In Time: A Rose For Emily William Faulkner's story A Rose For Emily, is a tragic story about a young lady by the name of Miss Emily Grierson. Emily came from a well to do family, that had allot of history in the town they lived in. The Grierson's were so powerful, that they did not have to pay any taxes. The whole town seemed to think that the Grierson's were snobby because in Emily's fathers eyes, none of the men where quite good enough for Emily. Unfortunately, Emily turned out...
  • Federal System Reserve Banks Bank
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    central banking system of the United States. Established in 1913, it began to operate in Nov. , 1914. Its setup, although somewhat altered since its establishment, particularly by the Banking Act of 1935, has remained substantially the same. Structure The Federal Reserve Act created 12 regional Federal Reserve banks, supervised by a Federal Reserve Board. Each reserve bank is the central bank for its district. The boundary lines of the districts were drawn in accordance with broad geographic pa...
  • Knowledge And Information Personal Data
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    I would now like to make reference to legislation that highlights the importance of how Council protects and processes it. The Data Protection Act of 1984 has been revised and the new 1998 Act was brought into force on 1 March 2000. The new act changes original definitions and meanings and it broadens the scope of the original act. There are eight principles within the act and it differentiates between personal data and sensitive personal data. Sensitive personal data covers: . Racial or ethnic ...
  • World Bank Economic 2003 2004
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    Once a stable and relatively prosperous country, C^one d'Ivoire has suffered from continued political instability and economic stagnation since 1999. The current crisis, which began in September 2002, has further aggravated the country's already difficult social and economic conditions. The civil conflict cut short the incipient economic recovery in 2002. GDP is estimated to have declined by 1. 6% in 2002 and 3. 8 % in 2003. Inflationary pressures intensified temporarily after the crisis, but d...
  • Roger Williams Colony One England
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    One of the most notable people of the colonial era in America was Roger Williams. Born in London, England; educated at the University of Cambridge, he became one of the key players in the Religious controversies of his time. In February of 1631, Roger Williams immigrated to New England as a refuge for the persecuted Puritans of England. Shortly after his arrival in Boston, Williams obtained an appointment as a teacher in Salem, Massachusetts. But because Williams had some strong arguments agains...
  • Zhang Yimou Chinese Authorities
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    In conclusion it can be said that personal and political factors have shaped the films of Chinese film-maker Zhang Yimou and caused him to come under the close surveillance of the Chinese censors. Zhang s family's opposition to the ruling Communist Party prevented him from being able to join the Youth League which was the stepping stone to the Communist Party. During the Cultural Revolution he had to work as a labourer in a spinning mill. The enforced "rustication" undergone by those who, like Z...
  • Monetary Policy Interest Rate
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    Christopher Williams Economics Thursday, 21 November 2002 Q. Explain what is meant by monetary policy? (b) Discuss the monetary policy measures a government and / or central bank may take to stimulate economic activity. Monetary policy refers to the use of interest rates and the level of money supply to manage the economy. Monetary policy may be used to increase the level of economic activity (reflationary policies) or to decrease the level of economic activity (deflationary policies). A relatio...
  • Southern California Society Authorities Crime
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    Mike Davis' Beyond Blade Runner: Urban Control The Ecology of Fear paints but a scary picture for what Southern California represents. What many may depict a "bad neighborhood" to be cannot compare to what Southern California has to offer. California, when mentioned gives me a picture of a sunny vacation and beautiful rich houses. Disillusioned am I. Apparently there are parts of California I wouldn't be caught dead walking around in. For example, Broadway and Spring streets in Downtown Los Ange...
  • Leisure Policy Commercial Providers
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    Esteban Caracas - NOVEMBER, 2003 IMPORTANCE OF COMMERCIAL PROVIDERS OF LEISURE 1. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT FOR COMMERCIAL PROVIDERS OF LEISURE TO DIVERSIFY INTO DIFFERENT AREAS OF PROVISION? It is important for commercial providers of leisure to diversify into different areas of provision in order to maximise income, raise awareness (profile of company) for example increase one shop to one hundred shops, spread over the country, providing the same product / service . This would make the company a spe...
  • Society People Political Religion
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    The people, who live in a society, try to develop and stabilize it so that it could be passed to progeny. The statement above conceals the elements that have to be considered to determine if a society is stabilized one or not. Stability of a society may partially depend on the extremities of the people who live in the society, but includes lot of other factors. Even if the people make the society, it depends on the political parties or authorities who are in charge of the society's welfare. Inno...
  • Patriot Act Unfair Search Authorities American
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    On October 26 th, 2001, United States President George W. Bush, passed the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (US Patriot) Act. The Patriot Act is a major infringement upon our fourth amendment rights. To fully understand how the Patriot Act violates one's rights as an American, one must understand the Patriot Act, the fourth amendment, and know of several events which lead to the passing of these documents as well as eve...