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  • Gender Differences In Selecting Romantic Partners
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    Ways of selecting romantic partners There has always been a belief that men and women differ in their ways of selecting romantic partners in terms of characteristics in their mates. For example, men have always been perceived to place more importance in size of breasts in women. Likewise, women have been perceived to place more importance on height of the men they are interested in and their build. This study is to find out whether these social stigmas are true in a typical large college campus ...
  • 1983 Article To The Other Two Articles
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    Out of the many articles relating to crime in the New York Times, I chose three articles dealing with racial crimes. The earliest article, dated December 16, 1883, is titles "Accused of Killing a Negro" and covers a story that could be a possible murder case. The second article is dated December 16, 1933 and the slightly sensational title, "Negro, Freed by Court, Hanged in Tennessee; Lynching Handled Quietly, Sheriff Says", sums up practically the entire article. The latest of the three articles...
  • Title IX
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    RP on Social Stratification Article: Fields, Cheryl M. "Title IX at X". Sport in Contemporary: An Anthology. Edited by D. Stanley Eit zen. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989,368-373. This article discusses the court decision concerning, basically, the equality of women and men. This decision was applied to intercollegiate athletics and the use of money to intercollegiate athletics. Simply, "the enactment of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which bars sex bias in federally assisted e...
  • Research Materials 1
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    BIOL 1120, GENERAL BIOLOGY II, SPRING 2005 INSTRUCTIONS FOR WRITING RESEARCH PAPER COMMENT: This exercise is intended to introduce students of General Biology to the art of literature survey and scientific writing. The paper will be evaluated on the bases of substance, adherence to instructions and style as indicated in the syllabus. GENERAL LAYOUT: The title 1. Must be chosen carefully from topics to be covered in the course and must answer well defined question (s). For example, why is PHOTOSY...
  • Long Term Effects Of Bulimia
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    Evaluating Articles on Long Term Bulimia Nervosa Effects With the growing percentage of teen girls being treated and even more being diagnosed with Bulimia Nervosa, I decided to evaluate the multiple articles on effects and treatments for the disease. When searching bulimia pages and pages of links come up. To my surprise among the pages of links, I came across numerous pro-bulimia and pro-anorexia sites. However, the four websites I decided to evaluate were the first four search results that th...
  • Save Title IX
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    The topic of Title IX is something that often receives a great deal of attention in the news and has the involvement of many people. One organization that holds strong interests regarding Title IX is a woman's organization called NOW. NOW, has published several articles regarding the issue of Title IX and often holds very strong views in favor of strengthening this law. In the article, "Save Title IX", NOW discusses the advantages of Title IX and some of the things they feel still need to be don...
  • Gillin's Opening Statement In Her Article
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    The Title of the article 'give the lady a gun' automatically suggests that the author Neil Mitchell is all for the use of women in combat as displayed by the opening paragraph - which bluntly states that women are better than men. As soon as the reader comprehends these initial first words, there leaves no doubt that the rest of the article will follow suit in its pro women in combat slant. Whilst it is clear from Mitchell's title and opening that he is bias toward women in this issue it differs...
  • Scotland And Macbeth
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    "Alas, poor country, almost afraid to know itself. It cannot be called our mother, but our grave, where nothing but who knows nothing is once seen to smile; w here sighs and groans and shrieks that rent the air are made, not marked; where violent sorrow seems a modern ecstasy. The dead man's knell is there scarce asked for who, and good men's lives expire before the flowers in their caps, dying or ere they sicken". This news article relates to my chosen quote because they are both about somethin...

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