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  • Residents And Public Health Officials
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    Executive Summary: I am evaluating solutions to reduce the proliferation of chemical and radioactive industrial carcinogens that threaten human health nationally and globally. I am specifically concerned with the toxic health effects on minority and low-income communities. After critiquing several alternatives, I can recommend methods to find reparations for suffering resulting from severe medical problems. More than half of the nation's 26 million African Americans and more than a third of its ...
  • Restorative Justice Community
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    A Guaranteed Effective Justice System One evening in April of 1998 in Fort Collins, Colorado, Jorel Davis, a 15 year old, had gone bowling with a group of friends and stopped at a local ice cream parlor. While enjoying their ice cream in front of the store, gun shots were fired from a car that was driving by. Jorel's injuries to her face resulted in permanent blindness in one of her eyes from the paintball that hit her (The Paintball Case). The 15 year old boy, Justin Barton, who fired the gun, ...
  • Public Safety And The Rehabilitation Of Offenders
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    Canada's Correctional System The Canadian Correctional System is adequate in providing rehabilitation for offenders and is proven to be successful. The rehabilitation process for federal offenders has played a major roll in Canada for several years. The Correctional Service contributes to the protection of society by actively encouraging and assisting offenders to become law-abiding citizens. For the last several years, the Correctional Service of Canada has been involved in a review process to ...
  • Message The Receiver
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    Introduction Communication establishes relationships and makes organizing possible. Every message has a purpose or objective. The sender intends -- whether consciously or unconsciously -- to accomplish something by communicating. In organizational contexts, messages typically have a definite objective: to motivate, to inform, to teach, to persuade, to entertain, or to inspire. This definite purpose is, in fact, one of the principal differences between casual conversation and managerial communica...
  • Personal Communication The Process
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    Chapter 1 Communication- the process of understanding and sharing meaning. Process- an activity, exchange, or set of behaviors that occur over time. Understanding- perceiving, interpreting, and comprehending the meaning of the verbal and nonverbal behavior of others. Sharing- an interaction between people in order to exchange meaning. Meaning- the shared understanding of the message constructed in the minds of the communicators. Source- a message initiator Receiver- a message target Message- The...
  • Communicational Community The Sciences Need
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    We think that we are all logical creatures, that we can attain truth by our logical reasoning, but historically, this has not been the case. Every scientific advance somehow exemplifies the defective state of the art of reasoning of the time it was written. (pg. 62) Thus, we are not perfectly logical creatures, in fact, most of us are content with our beliefs without logical facts; and since we gain logical facts through experience, experience only serves to continuously frustrate our beliefs, h...
  • Communication Process
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    The communication process is used in every kind of relationship. It could be in a friendship, an acquantance, a significant other, a family, and many more. I found out these processes can be harder than you think three years ago. My father got remarried and I was forced to become up close and personal with complete strangers, my stepfamily. The communication process language in my stepfamily describes the concepts and ideas of the transactional communication model and the social penetration theo...
  • Communication Deadlock The Two Processes
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    Introduction Since the technology has been improving dramatically, the deadlock has been defined many times in many fields of computer science, such as in communication field, database field and operation system field. According to Levine's article, there are five classes of dead states to define deadlock in computer science literature. However, these five classes does not define deadlock completely. In this essay, it would define deadlock in three different classes. They are: Communication dead...
  • Circles And The Restorative Justice Movement
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    While the restorative justice movement has risen in recent years, the idea of circle sentencing, or peacemaking circles has been practiced in indigenous cultures for quite some time. As we look at implementing traditional indigenous culture practices as alternative dispute resolutions, we need to realize the effectiveness and also whether we are ready to use them. The Yukon and other communities reintroduced circles in 1991 as a practice of the restorative justice movement (Bazemore, 1997, p. 27...
  • Forms Of Communication And The Process
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    The word communication comes from the Latin communis, common. It is the process of transmitting and receiving ideas, information, and messages. The rapid transmission of information over long distances and ready access to information have become conspicuous and important features of human society. To illustrate, it is the process of trying to share information, an idea, or an attitude. At this moment, I am trying to communicate to you the idea that the essence of communication is getting the rec...
  • Most Difficult Steps In The Listening Process
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    Are your ears open?? Wisdom is the reward you get for a lifetime of listening when you? d have preferred to talk.? (Deep and Sussman 76) Upon studying listening within another course, the vast and somewhat unclear subject began to become clearer. The act of listening entails in-depth processes that elude a majority of people's knowledge. The act of listening involves four main parts: hearing, attention, understanding and remembering. Listening entails a vast amount of information that a majority...

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