• Jonas Community Choices People
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    The Giver, by Lois Lowry, Jonas was making a new beginning by making an end. Jonas was making an end by leaving the community. He left with Gabriel because he wanted to experience things outside his community. He was very hurt by the community because he couldn't openly share his feelings. He wanted to share and experience his feelings with other people. He felt the community did plenty of things wrong. Jonas did not seem to like what happened to people when they were released. He wanted to cha...
  • Down With Community Service
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    Down With Community Service Dear Editor, I have recently read an article in the newspaper that concerned young people doing community service after they graduate high school. It stated that they should do two years of community service. I disagree with the article for many reasons. Many people will agree with me about the community service matter. I recently spoke to the counselor of my school about the subject of community service. He said that most young people mainly think about going to coll...
  • Community Based Policing Police Public Crime
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    Community Based Policing: Improvement For The Police And The Community. There has always been a love hate relationship between the public and the police. When called upon to help, they can be something sent from God, but when they are writing tickets, or taking a friend to jail, the view changes from a savior to a presence that is unwanted and often hated. An effort to improve the public view of law enforcement is being attempted by many departments. Using different styles of policing techniques...
  • Best Friends And Lovers A Community Of Two
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    Best Friends and Lovers as Community of Two In the reading by Lucius Apuleius Cupid and Psyche (A. D. 150), We are asked to determine whether Cupid and Psyche represent a community together. "Psyche is a princess so beautiful that the goddess Venus becomes jealous. In revenge, she instructs her son Cupid to make her fall in love with a hideous monster; but instead he falls in love with her himself. He becomes her unseen husband, visiting her only at night. Psyche disobeys his orders not to atte...
  • Hispanic Community Salsa Young
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    The Latin community in the area which I reside is weak. This is evident in the fact that less Hispanics are involved in community affairs than members of other ethnicity's. It would be rather interesting to be able to know what goes into government policy making. The enthusiasm that I would put forth on this topic would be exemplary. The experience that qualifies me to partake in this institute is my involvement in SALSA (Spanish And Latino Student Association), as well as the fact that I am an ...
  • Community People Feel One
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    Community When community comes to mind, it reminds me of my own residence of living which encompasses the people, the parks, the REC centers and so on. But if the deeper meaning of community is searched, it seems to be more specific than just theses things. For example, there are communities that separate themselves from the rest of society and are distinguished by certain characteristics of mannerisms. Some of these groups could be considered cults, certain ethnic groups, religious groups or ev...
  • Adult Education Community Development Popular
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    Community Based Adult Education. Global Assessment of Community Based Adult Education. This includes most important contributions they can make to society in the face of what are considered the most significant challenges of the 1990's. Who are the customers and how can they best be served? Which of the philosophies of adult education are most evident in each case? Adult educators in community based development identify with a specific content area or with a specific clientele. For example liter...
  • Profit Vs Not For Profit Hospitals
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    The delivery of health care is in term oil. With all the technology and medical advances, how can the consumer be sure they will receive the best possible health care available? I believe the answer lays with in the type of facility one uses. Look at the For Profit and Not for Profit agencies. At a not for profit agency, the money goes back to the community. In a for profit the money goes to the corporation or share holders. So how does this affect the type of health care delivered? A not for pr...
  • The Giver Essay Community Jonas
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    The Giver Essay Have you ever felt like starting all over again? Many people would like to have the opportunity to make a new beginning. In the book, The Giver, by Lois Lowry, Jonas is making anew beginning by making an end. Jonas is making an end by leaving the community. He leaves with Gabriel because he wants to experience true things outside the community. He was very hurt in the community because he could not share his feelings. He wanted to be able to share and experience his feelings with...
  • Religion In Our Lives
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    Religion In Our Lives Religion seems to find its way into almost every aspect of our lives. In the United States, the political mainstream describes a 'separation of church and state,' in order to separate this profound force of religion from the public lives of its citizens. Thus, the freedom to worship any religion remains a private and personal issue. However, in this imperfect world, it becomes virtually impossible to achieve this kind of separation. Some subtle examples of this can be seen...
  • Criminal Justice In Usa
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    There are many aspects of law enforcement that are not clear. One of the few certainties in policing is that there is about 17, 000 police departments in the U. S. A. The exact numbers are not important to most researchers. There most likely isnt a survey on how many of these departments use 911 operators or use handcuffs, because our findings would usually be accurate. Other factors, may be more difficult to measure, one of these factors is community policing. If I where to ask how many depart...
  • Member Of A Community People Feel One
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    Social Work 105 Reflection Paper Dr. Emma Lucas Community is a group of people living or working together. The people who share the community should be united as one and work together to make their surroundings a better place. In reality, most communities strive for unity and try to have a common ground of understanding, but that rarely happens. To me it seems that a lot of communities have conflicts and do not try to do what is best for the community, because everyone wants to be in control. A ...
  • Wellman's Community Large Scale
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    In the article, "The Community Question Re-Evaluated", the author Barry Wellman suggests that the change in nature of community is inevitable. Many people are stressful about changes their communities are going through such as loneliness, alienation leading to a "war of all against all." They would often compare their modern times community to of their pre-industrial predecessors. However, inhabitants of contemporary societies should have less to worry about than their ancestors with 'respect to...
  • The Two Different Cases Regarding Capital Punishment
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    The Two Different Cases Regarding Capital Punishment Maria Hall English 112 Thesis: In principle a case can be made on moral grounds both supporting and opposing capital punishment. Two different cases can be made. One is based on justice and the nature of amoral community. This leads to a defense of capital punishment. The second is based on love and the nature of an ideal spiritual community. This leads to a rejection of capital punishment. JUSTICE AND THE NATURE OF MORAL COMMUNITY central pr...
  • Community Policing Police Citizens Problems
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    Community policing is defined as any method of policing that includes a police officer assigned to the same area, meeting and working with the residents and business people who live and work in the beat area. The citizens and police work together to identify the problems of the area and to collaborate in workable resolutions of the problems. Moving neighborhoods and communities toward solving their own problems, and encouraging citizens to help and look out for each other. To be successful, comm...
  • The Giver Chapter 1 2
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    Chapters 1-2 Summary Eleven-year-old Jonas feels apprehensive about his upcoming Ceremony of Twelve, during which he will receive his Assignment, the job he will perform as an adult. After dinner, he and his family perform the evening ritual of sharing their feelings. Jonas's even-year-old sister, Lily, confesses her anger at a group of Sevens visiting from another community who did not obey the play area rules. Her parents ask her how she felt when she visited a community with unfamiliar rules,...
  • Process Of Ecology Deciduous Forest
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    Communities go through a process of development from youth to maturity similar to that seen in individual organisms. This developmental process is called ecological succession. If a community develops on a newly formed site, this is called primary succession. If a community develops on a site that previously had a community on it, but which was disturbed or disrupted in some fashion, it is termed secondary succession. Some species (pioneer species) do very well during the early stages of success...
  • Social Practices Community Fans Team
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    Argumentation Communities Arguments can Argumentation Communities Essay, Research Paper Arguments can be made anywhere we want them to be made. We can look at some of these arguments that we are making by examining the communities we use to make them in. Perceived in terms of context, argument is discussed in terms of the audience to whom it is addressed or in terms of the community, field or sphere in which it takes place. (McKerrow, p. 27) By looking at a professional sports event I will addre...
  • Babette Feast Babettes Community Founder Dedicated
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    Babette? s Feast, is the story of a very religious and strict Danish community. The founder of the community has two daughters. They have devoted their entire lives to serving their father and community. After the founder? s death, the two daughters become the? head? of the community and everyone looks to them for example. At this time, there is a war going on. A woman named Babette flees France and comes to Denmark. The two sisters, despite their situation, take in the woman and do not turn he...
  • Good Communication Community School Schools
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    ? Convening The Community. ? Sokoloff, ? Convening The Community. ? Essay, Research Paper Sokoloff, Harris. ? Convening the Community. ? American School Board Journal. November 1997. This article asks the question; why must schools invite the public to join the dialogue on public education? New structures and committees are being erected in communities across the nation to build stronger connections between schools, school boards, and communities. One such structure is a district advisory commi...