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An Annotated Bibliography on the American Presidential Elections, Voter Support, and Voting Rights
Ward-Smith, Peggy. "It's an Election Year." Urologic Nursing. Jan 2016. Academic Search Complete. Accessed 23 Oct. 2016. In this editorial written by Peggy Ward-Smith with a PhD and RN degree, she discusses the history of presidential voting and how it differs from how a president is elected into office today. Our country...
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The Evident Violation of Human Rights in the Tobacco Harvesting Industry
Child Labor in Tobacco Harvesting: Human rights Violation Children of the ages between 7 to 18 are found at the field working on tobacco harvesting. This is a legal practice under the laws and regulations in the U.S. currently (“A Ban”). Children work an average of 12 hours exposed to dangerous chemicals and tools (Greenho...
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Race Do Not Define the Intelligence of an Individual
What defines intelligence? Does you race defines intelligence? Do where you come from define your intelligence? There are many questions in regards to what determines a person’s intelligence. Many people who put forth the effort, have different genetics, or who have been exposed to many things, can all determine a person’s...
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The Concept of Intersectionality in Sociology
Intersectionality is probably one of the most complex concepts in sociology. This is because it can always be examined on increasing levels, each person’s individual story adding to the collective. In a subject that tends to look at the macro-level intersectionality forces at least some examination of the micro. Because...
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The Right of Privacy and Ways to Prevent Cyber-Attacks
Although privacy is not a modern-day idea, so far it has proven to be too complex to simply define (Tavani, 1999). According to Schoeman (1984), privacy is the right or ability of an individual to control information about themselves. The internet has presented a policy vacuum as lawmakers were unsure how to apply legislati...
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A Biography of the Famous Indian Leader Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi was a famous leader who helped inspire the people of India to fight for their independence from the British in non-violent ways. Among that he is also given credit for helping motivate Martin Luther King Jr. to stand up for the civil rights of African Americans, and bringing peace to the world today. Mohandas Karamc...
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Abolishment of 24th Amendment as Preceded by Civil Rights Movement, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 after the Memorable Speeches of Martin Luther King Jr., an Advocate of African American Rights and Justice
Martin Luther King Jr., and Kairos Fifty years ago today, Martin Luther King Jr. made his most famous speech and arguably the most memorable speech of the Civil Rights Movement. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, originally titled differently, was given in Washington, DC, as nearly 200,000 people gathered at the Lincoln Mem...
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An Argument in Favor of Choosing and Preserving National Security over Personal Privacy
There are issues with Americans nowadays on privacy due to national security. Privacy is very important but not illegal when invaded by government personell. Americans have issues with invasion of privacy but we also have a range of crimes that happen due to privacy, so everyday we have a conflict of either or. Without the...
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A Discussion on Students From Olivet Nazarene University Traveling to Thailand to Make a Difference and Take Action Against the Sex and Labor Industry in Thailand
Introduction Human trafficking is a growing industry across the globe. What hope does one have for stopping this market and freeing the slaves? For some students at Olivet Nazarene University one way those students can make a difference is by participating in mission trips that go to countries that deal with human traffick...
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The Human Rights Violations That the Rohingya Muslims Face
A fifty-five year old Rohingya Muslim sick with diabetes living in an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in Burma was turned away from the clinic due to closure by the government of Burma (Andrews). His leg had recently been amputated, and without the clinic he was unable to rece...
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