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The Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI)
The emergence, psychometric soundness, and continued development of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI), (Miller, 1985, 1994, & 1997) is reviewed from its original version through it current, third revision. The SASSI is a screening tool designed to detect chemical dependency in individuals, regardles...
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The Emergence of Meaning and Signs in Literature
The Emergence of Poetic Meaning Samir Karmakar The emergence of meaning in case of any literary work is a complex one, because of being a multitude of so many different factors, such as history, culture, social belief system etc. It is the complex interwoven system of those factors within which the person gathers its ex...
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The Evolution of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory
The emergence, psychometric soundness, and continued development of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI), (Miller, 1985, 1994, & 1997) is reviewed from its original version through it current, third revision. The SASSI is a screening tool designed to detect chemical dependency in individuals, regardles...
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A Paper on the Emergence of Society
In the overall of view of Prehistory and The First Civilizations, the evolution of citizens with animate and inanimate objects emerged to bring about a soceity. The soceity initially consisted of humans, whose need to survive was acknowledged and learned. The Paleothic people devised a means of nourishing survival by hunt...
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The Emergence of Gangs in the Eighties and Nineties
Gangs in the Nineties The eighties and nineties have made us aware that gangs are no longer just an inner city problem. The news media that has made us aware of the problems has also played a major role in spreading the problem. Along these lines lets take a look at one incident of a local gang leader. Ace a young man...
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The Emergency and Impact of Gene Therapy
Whether it is referred to by its scientific term "syngamy" or by the general term "conception", the moment a sperm cell unites with an egg cell stirs, both in the scientist and the layperson, much awe and reverence. It is the point at which a new and unique genome is created. To some it is the instant a...
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The Reasons for the Emergence of Transcendentalism in the 19th Century
Transcendentalism emerged as a philosophical and literary movement during the nineteenth century which focused on intuition and the individual conscience. Established by the German philosopher, Immanuel Kant, Transcendentalism gained support from writers such as Emmerson Thoreau, and Fuller. These supporters believed that f...
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The Emergence of Anarchism in the 20th Century
Anarchism seems to be defined many ways by many different sources. Most dictionary definitions define anarchism as the absence of government. A leading modern dictionary, Webster's Third International Dictionary, defines anarchism briefly but accurately as, "a political theory opposed to all forms of government and gov...
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An Analysis of the Emergency Service Workers in Experience Excitement From Saving Property From Destruction
Emergency Service Worker's (ESW's) can experience excitement from saving property from destruction and the ultimate satisfaction of saving a life, but the exhilaration and thrills can come to a holt when ESW's are faced with an occupational hazard called Critical Incident Stress (CIS).(Mitchell 86). A critical incident doe...
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An Analysis of the Social Changes in 19th Century England
England went through dramatic changes in the 19th century. English culture, socio-economic structure and politics where largely influenced by the principles of science. Many social expressions occurred due to these changes. Transformations which categorized this time period could be observed in social institutions;...
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Background and Emergence of Democracy in the British North American Colonies, a Look Back in America's History
Background and Emergence of Democracy in the British North American Colonies Beginning in the early 1600's, North America experienced a flood of emigrants from England who were searching for religious freedom, an escape from political oppression, and economic opportunity. Their emigration from England was not forced upon t...
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An Analysis of the Factors That Contributed to the Emergence of City-States in Mesopotamia
Factors that contributed to the emergence of city-states in Lower Mesopotamia and the influence the landscape played in the formation of the civilization which emerged. For this essay I considered the question of what factors contributed to the emergence of city-states in Lower Mesopotamia and the influence the landscape p...
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The Factors That Contributed to the Emergence of City States in Lower Mesopotamia
Factors that contributed to the emergence of city-states in Lower Mesopotamia and the influence the landscape played in the formation of the civilization which emerged. For this essay I considered the question of what factors contributed to the emergence of city-states in Lower Mesopotamia and the influence the landscape p...
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An Analysis of the Main Causes of the Emergence of Gangs in Today's Cities
Gangs are a violent reality that people have to deal with in today's cities. What has made these groups come about? Why do kids feel that being in a gang is both an acceptable and prestigious way to live? The long range answer to these questions can only be speculated upon, but in the short term the answers are much easier...
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The Emergence of the Global 'Teenager Age' Group in the 21st Century
With each passing day, people age, babies are born, and people die. Yet, as each day passes on, what happens to the population? Does a majority of the population fall within a certain age bracket, and if so, what is that age bracket? Peter, is the founder and president of Global Business Network, an organization which s...
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The History and Emergence of a New Breed to Bikers
My goal is to identify and describe claims about how the human population describes, Bikers. 1955 James Dean plays a biker in the movie, Rebel Without a Cause. That was the beginning of discrimination of bikers in this country. The movie screen portrayed bikers as: drug dealers, rapist, dirty people, and poor low-life indiv...
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An Analysis of the Emergence of the Modern World and the Soviet Union
Perestroika
Emergence of the Modern World
Gorbachev and Perestroika
In 1985, Soviet leader and Communist Party General Secretary Mikhail S. Gorbachev announced perhaps the most far-reaching plan for his country's economic restructuring. This plan, called Perestroika, was a set of strategies aimed at resolving the gap in...
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An Essay on the Development of Radio and Television
Radio And Television
The Development of Radio and Television
Radio is a part of most people's everyday lives, but more so is television. Television virtually emerged from radio, which set the foundation down for what is known today as the main source of mass media and communication. The reason being that almost all househol...
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An Analysis of the Fall of the Roman Empire in History
The Fall Of The Roman Empire
For men who had easily endured hardship, danger and difficult uncertainty, leisure and riches, though in some ways desirable, proved burdensome and a source of grief. The causes for the breakdown of the early Roman Republic cannot be attributed to a single event, trend or individual, rather it w...
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A Description of Developments in the 18th Century Which Paved the Way For the Emergence of Modern Capitalism
Developments in the 18th century paved the way for the emergence of modern capitalism. Among these developments was the thought of British philosopher, Adam Smith. Smith tried to show the existence of an economic order that would function most efficiently if the state played a limited role. He saw in the division of labor a...
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An Essay on Fascism and Its Emergence
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The purpose of this essay is to explain what fascism is and why it emerges.
Fascism is a political ideology that consists of an all powering totalitarian
government, which has total control of the people, the nation and the economy.
The fascist economic system creates an upper class for the owning/ruling class
and leaves...
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A Report on the Emergence of West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach grew extremely fast into a city full of prominence and prosperity, everyone wanted a piece of the sun. In the early 1900’s, neighborhoods sprang up everywhere, as well as skyscrapers. After being a nation feed by war, it was suddenly mobile, the city had favorable weather and warm waters, and was soon...
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A Study of Microevolution and Macroevolution
Part A
Microevolution is the one that is responsible for the emergence of new species. This is because microevolution involves changes in the genes of an organism (Krogh, 2004). Macroevolution is not responsible for emergence of new species because changes in a species over time do not lead to the emergence of a new and com...
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An Essay on the Chronological Booms and Busts in the History of America
Introduction
There have been several booms and busts in the history of the United States. Did the events that took place during this period play an important role in shaping the future of the country? This essay discusses them chronologically starting with the emergence of modern America (1865-1890), then the reform empire...
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A History of the Emergence of the Temperance Movement and the Utopian Communities as a Result of the Second Great Awakening
Educated Americans held Christian beliefs in less favor in the beginning of the 19th century. This had, however, changed dramatically during the first half of that century. The Second Great Awakening, a tremendous Christian revival, hit the United States of America in the early 1800s. The Awakening was primarily confined to...
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