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  • Violence Against Women In India

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    Violence against women is a topic of concern which cannot be ignored as it is hindering almost one half growth of the country. It refers to the violent acts that are committed against women. This is a issue which falls under category of the gender equality or gender biasing. It is a matter of great distress that women in our country are treated in such a manner and are considered to be lower then men in all fields. Violence against women is an event which displays historically unequal power relations

  • Personality Reflection

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    An individual's personality is the complex of mental qualities that makes them interesting from other individuals. It incorporates the majority of the patterns of thought and feelings that make us do and say things specifically ways. According to Thompson (2007), at an essential level, personality is communicated through our disposition or emotional tone. The personality additionally colors our values, beliefs, and expectations. There are numerous potential calculates that are included molding a

  • Essay About Homeless People

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    Introduction The main topic of this essay will be stigma and integration of homeless people with mental problems. I am wondering what actually makes it that homeless individuals suffer so much under stigmas, especially when they want to change their life circumstances and re-enter the labour market. Exactly this is the question I am going to address in this essay and trying to answer by using the exemplary story of someone I met in the homeless shelter I am volunteering in. Homeless people

  • Quantitative Research Methodology

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    Methodology Introduction The research methodology described the geographical area of the study that studies the design and the population sample. Instruments used to collect the data, including instrumental used to maintain the validity and reliability of the described. Research approach and design A quantitative approach has been followed. (Burns and Grove: 1993) define quantitative research as a formal, objective, systematic process to describe and test relationships and examine cause and effect

  • Argumentative Essay Against Same Sex Marriage

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    Same-sex marriage and marriage equality have raised a lot of controversy in the last couple of decades, and homosexuality has become a social reality. However, same-sex marriage is not globally legalized, and homosexual people in some places of the world are discriminated and unaccepted. After extensive research done through several online journals and articles, it has been revealed that same-sex marriages should be legalized internationally since it has been proven that it promotes diversity, acceptance

  • The Pros And Cons Of Masculinity

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    “Did they send me daughters, when I asked for son? Mister, I'll make a man out of you.“ (Li Shang, Mulan) Sayings, such as: “Women's place is in the kitchen!“, “Men should provide for their families.“, “You are behaving like a real woman!“, and so on, have always been a part of our reality and are somehow accepted as a stereotype in our society. What are we thinking of when we say that something is masculine or feminine? What are we referring to? Masculinity refers to those behaviors, languages and

  • Essay On Total Institution

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    “A total institution may be defined as a place of residence and work where a large number of like-situated individuals, cut off from the wider society for an appreciable period of time, together lead an enclosed, firmly administered round of life” (Goffman, 1961:11). In other words, a total institution is a place where the residents live in isolation from society. This essay will draw into South African prisons as a total institution, how it governs and shapes the social life of prisoners. Institutions

  • The Pros And Cons Of Happiness

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    Many people spend the majority of their time focusing on how to become happier and how they can maintain that constant level of happiness. What people fail to realize is those negative feelings that they strive to avoid are actually more beneficial than they believe. Modern psychiatry has led people to the conclusion that every­day negative emotions experienced by people fit in to the criteria of psychological illnesses such as depression. In reality, these so called “negative” emotions are in fact

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Facebook

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    Facebook is one of the most common way of communication these days. Most of the students now is now using face book to make acces with their friends and family. Most of the reason why they use facebook as an alternative solution for communication is they can communicate with cheaper charge. This site offers opportunities to the students to express their feelings share their personal life to their friends and family. It also offers opportunities to the students to socialize with other people even

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cyberbullying

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    In a time when technology is near and near. Social world has more roles in our lives. However, social media has several advantages, but there are also many online threats that people may encounter. The danger which is “Cyber-Bullying”. According to, the website of fact a federal government. There provided the fact that Cyber-Bullying is an act of using the social media technology to bully others people and in main cases, it is used anonymously. Especially, the most Cyber-Bullying