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  • Direct Exposure To The Attacks
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    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and acute stress disorder (ASD) are two stress disorders that occur after a traumatizing experience. PTSD is defined as a disorder that follows a distressing event outside the range of normal human experience and that is characterized by features such as intense fear, avoidance of stimuli associated with the event, and reliving the event. Acute stress disorder is defined as a disorder that is characterized by feelings of anxiety and helplessness and caused by...
  • Tragic Events Of September 11
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    In the Bible, the devil appears, most famously, as Jobs tormentor and Jesus tempter. (Get thee hence, Satan, Jesus declares in Matthew 4: 10, rebuking the devil for having offered him all the kingdoms of the world.) So if less than one in three Americans seems willing to give the devil his due, academic authorities say, then that is a result of fundamental, long-term shifts in the nations religious culture. R. Scott Appleby, a historian at the University of Notre Dame, said that within the Roman...
  • Positive Impact On Many Other Lives
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    On September 11th, I was working in an Army dining facility at Fort Leonard Wood. Like most Americans, the day of the terrorist attacks sticks out distinctly. It was a major event shared by all Americans. This attack seemed to have brought out a deep patriotic movement through out the entire United States, almost having the same impact that the Pearl Harbor attack had on the United States and its people. Although this attack killed and ruined thousands of lives, it brought a country together and...
  • Lead To The Revolutionary War
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    The events that lead to the Revolutionary War clearly exhibit the evolution of the colonist's ideals regarding their rights and liberties. The English colonists had long held the utmost loyalty to the British crown, never distinguishing themselves from their British counterparts back in England; however, the colonists had gradually begun to embrace a new ideology in regard to their rights in liberties. By 1765, when Daniel Dulany wrote his attack on virtual representation, the The events that le...
  • News Channel The Audience
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    MEDIA: FACT or OPINION? By Brendan Griffen Despite the majority feeling that the news is not bias and belongs to a noble and revered institution, the news does embed false ideologies, stereotypes and values that are used to shape societies world views. Living in a consumer driven society, the news does not present the consumer with reality, only a certain perception of it and tells what the reader wishes to hear about the worlds events. In recent events the news has come across as an honest inst...

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