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  • New Hollywood Movies: Bonnie And Clyde And Easy Rider

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    The New Hollywood era took place during the late 1960s and it represented change from musicals and movies that focused on history to a focus on realism. Realism was best shown through location shooting, filming with portable cameras, off set. It helped to better capture realistic scenes. These new movies were meant to capture the attention of the youth and thus focused on sexual freedom, and anti-establishment political themes. With the end of the production code, movies were allowed to contain violence

  • Drugs Related Literature

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    research, it gathers important information of literature and studies from different sources and eminent writers. All the facts compiled by this study are verified by the researcher. Related Literature Many Illegal Drugs such as Shabu, cocaine, and marijuana are the most popular drugs that have been used by drug addicts for thousands of years and there is a War on Drugs program that was launched by President Nixon. War on Drugs is a program that was applied to eradicate drugs. This term was used to refer

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gun Violence

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    Guns are devices that people use to feel safe. It is a gadget that police use to keep order and for emergencies, but guns are also killing people. The present gun laws in America are not enough to keep people from dying. Other countries, like Switzerland, have restrictive gun laws and their gun violence rates are immensely lower. The American government needs to learn from them. Isn’t all the mass shooting and gun violence enough to show the government how much America needs more restrictive gun

  • The Pros And Cons Of Legalizing Cannabis In The UK

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    £300m on policing and drug treatment (Esrc, 2013). Licensing cannabis not only cuts down money from organisations such as policing, it would also benefit the government. The government would be able to gain money through tax revenues by selling marijuana (Esrc, 2013). The benefits of legalising cannabis are the legal jobs it would create, such as the production of cannabis and sales and by creating legal jobs this would remove the black market (JustSayNow, 2014). Medical

  • Youth Gangs In America

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    the past decades, youth gangs have been present in American society. Also, street gangs have been and will always be a problem in America. There is no an exact definition agreement upon gangs in the United States. According to Bilchik, street gangs include both youth gangs and adult criminal organization, which is why their violent crime are very serious. (1999). The National Gang Center said that street gangs are often creating fear among citizens and policymakers (2009). Gangs are formed by three

  • Rohypnol: Date Rape

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    Mexican Valium, pingus, Reynolds, Robutal, wolfies.The drug is usable in a white or olive green pill and is only sold in the manufacture’s buble packaging. You can used this date rape drug by either crushing the pills and snort the power, lace it in marijuana and smoking it, dissolve it an drink or inject

  • Pitfalls In Homicide Investigations

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    In Homicide Investigations, pitfalls can drastically change the outcome of a case. Pitfalls are defined as unsuspected danger or difficulty. Some examples of pitfalls are contaminated crime scenes, incomplete witness lists, improper forensic science and false confessions. In the Homicide Investigation of Chaunte Ott, there were clear signs of pitfalls. The biggest pitfalls were the lack of evidence and false confessions/testimonies against Ott. Ott served 12.5 years for First-degree Intentional Homicide

  • Book Report One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

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    was raised in Oregon though he was born in Colorado. He attended Stanford University. He worked as an attendant in a hospital’s psychiatric ward which was the basis for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. He was briefly put in jail for possession of marijuana and was very much a part of the beatnik generation. He married his high school sweetheart Faye Haxby and had four kids. FORM, STRUCTURE, AND PLOT One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is divided into four parts then further divided into chapters that

  • Thc Synthase Gene Evolution

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    The research that will be conducted will answer the question: How does the evolution of the THC Synthase gene affects the physical and chemical traits, of the Cannabis genus? Supporting questions surrounding our main research question include: Is there conservation within the paralogs of THC Synthase? Do these paralogs produce functional proteins? Are certain paralogs unique to certain strains? We will be researching duplicated genes of THC Synthase that recently became prevalent due to new sequencing

  • Anabolic Steroids In Sports

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    of people around the world, not even more that 2% said that they would risk money or what they do to take a PED. “There are some oddities on the list of banned substances, if we’re considering the combination of athletic boost and health risk. Marijuana and heroin are prohibited. Imagine a scenario where you would say “i would have won if the guy who beat me wasn’t strung out” (Douglas 6) “Caffeine, meanwhile, was removed from the banned list in 2004, even though it’s a proven performance enhancer