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Religions Similarities and Differences Among Thesis

While the similarities in ethical and theological concepts are great, some differences emerge. For instance, Islam seems to be the more fundamental or faith-based of the two religions, as Robinson (2008-1) points often to a liberal branch of Christianity that questions even the very fundamentals of the faith. For instance, while Muslims believe that Jesus […]

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Education Campus Security and Safety Thesis

Their recommendations, which focused on prevention and response to campus emergencies such as the deadly shootings at Northern Illinois University, included suggestions for detecting early signs of and treating mental illness. Research has indicated that the risk of violence may increase when other risk factors are involved, such as substance abuse. Training should be targeted […]

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Disaster Recovery Economic Impact of Thesis

There is a modern emphasis, which has resulted from the experience of the economic impact of disaster, on a more extensive and ‘distributed’ mode of thinking about disaster recovery. This is an important factor that should be stressed as it has direct implications in terms of the economic aspects of disaster recovery planning in an […]

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Identity Conflict Based on Social Thesis

In other words, the question that needs to be answered is, how did psycho-social identity differences create such deep rifts in a society that was in fact closely related by intermarriage and years of living closely together. This leads to the conclusion that there are other social and political factors that need to be taken […]

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Social Justice and Children Thesis

He then went to work for the family business, lived in a nice home and drove a nice car, but had no reported income. Since the birth of their child, who is now a teenager, he has contributed virtually nothing to the child’s support, though his mother has established a college fund for the child. […]

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Cinderella Perrault’s “Cinderella” and the American Dream Thesis

Cinderella Perrault’s “Cinderella” and the American Dream The Cinderella story has existed since the age of antiquity and has been told in many different cultures in as many different fashions. Yet, in America, one version stands out above the rest. Charles Perrault’s version, popularized by Disney in 1950, became the standard, sentimental (Disneyfied) “some day […]

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Post-War Italy a Time of Thesis

From the end of the War to the early 1950s, the Bank of Italy was credited for attracting and managing international aid, which helped bring the country out of a steep state of emergency and on the path of reconstruction. International aid came from Interim Aid, the Marshall Plan and the World Bank (Einaudi). Italy’s […]

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Legalizing Gay Marriage Same-Sex Marriage Is Arguably Thesis

Legalizing Gay Marriage Same-sex marriage is arguably one of the most controversial topics in the current American political debate. In many ways, the fact that the topic is so controversial is surprising. After all, it is difficult to see how same-sex marriage impacts those who are not homosexual or do not have homosexual family members. […]

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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Health Promotion Thesis

If pregnant women will not stop drinking, a broad-spectrum nutritional support may be an appropriate alternative. Christensen, Damaris (2000). Sobering Work – Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Science News: Science Service, Inc. Retrieved on October 27, 2008 at http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_mOISW/us_2001_Nov/ai_79757209?tag=content;col1 The author says that no safe amount of alcohol during pregnancy has been established in lieu of avoidance. […]

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PTSD the Nature of Police Thesis

One important aspect was that research findings suggested that PTSD was more common than was thought to be the case when the DSM-III diagnostic criteria were formulated. (Friedman, 2007, para.3) the DSM-IV diagnosis of PTSD further extends the formalization of criteria as well as the methodological consistency for PTSD and now includes six main criteria. […]

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