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Isocial Problem Essay Examples

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An Opinion on the Issue of Pornography in the USA and the Implementation of a Law Controlling It
Pornography & Ethics Pornography is a social problem and is a commodity brought into existence by certain characteristics of a highly developed civilization. The problem with pornography is that any form of censorship or suppression cannot solve it. These aggressive methods would merely aggravate the disease and cre...
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An Analysis of the French Chemist Louis Pasteur's Practical Problems of Industry, Agriculture, and Medicine
PASTEUR, Louis (1822-95). The French chemist Louis Pasteur devoted his life to solving practical problems of industry, agriculture, and medicine. His discoveries have saved countless lives and created new wealth for the world. Among his discoveries are the pasteurization process and ways of preventing silkworm diseases, ant...
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An Essay on Problem Analysis
A problem is any matter that involves doubt, uncertainty or difficulty. Before trying to solve any matter of doubt or uncertainty, one is required to first understand and interpret the problem. Interpreting a problem means expounding or to telling the meaning of a particular problem in order for somebody to understand the s...
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An Alternative Method to the College Drinking Problem
An Alternative Method to the College Drinking Problem There seems to be a disturbing trend across college campuses. The troublesome problems associated with binge drinking cannot be denied nor can this display of disquieting behavior be ignored. The answers to this problem may be quite simple. Alcohol is not the problem it...
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The Need for Students to Become Effective Problem Solvers
Students need to be able to learn how to become effective problem solvers. They should be able to identify problems, evaluate those problems and then decipher a way to transfer their learning to those problems in a way that will bring about a solution. If a student is able to perform in a problem solving situation a m...
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Reporting a Computer Problem
One day I happened to read a Wikipedia article, and looking at it, it took me a second to realize why it looked funny, and then I saw how all the text on the whole page was bold. At the time, I didn't think it was a problem. I assumed they refurbished all the articles to make them bold. But it wasn't just the article itself...
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A Paper on Process Analysis within a Distributes Relational Database
When a problem occurs within a distributed relational database, it is necessary to first identify where the problem originates. The problem may be on the application server or application requester. When the database problem is located properly in the network, you may further isolate the problem as a user problem, a problem...
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The Life Story of Problem Solving
Like most people I have problems, but like some of those people running away from the problem is not an option. Sometimes thinking of a solution thoroughly isnt always the first thing on my mind. Thinking back on my past problems I found that sometimes thinking of a solution thoroughly was the only thing on my mind On Sept...
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The Importance of Properly Framing a Problem in Counterproductive Workplace Competition
Abstract It is important to frame a problem that you are attempting to solve in order to provide clear and concise understanding of the problem and its symptoms. By framing, or identifying the problem, we are better able to distinguish the symptoms, create multiple choices for solutions, and define measurements of success...
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Developing and Selecting Solutions in Graham Parker's Structured Problem Solving Guide
Developing and Selecting Solutions Graham Parkers Structured Problem Solving Guide describes the problem solving process in four phases, one of which is Developing and Selecting Solutions (Phase 4). The other phases are not summarized here, however, it is noteworthy to mention that Phase 4 is the entering into solution d...
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How Personality Types and Temperament Affect Decision Making and Problem Solving Skills
Individual differences can have a great impact in a team's ability to solve problems and make decisions. Cooperation in small learning groups is expected to promote active learning because the differing opinions, ideas, suggestions and knowledge of other team members draw each learners' attention to more alternatives and fo...
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Privatization Is Not an Answer to an Economy's Financial Problem
"To see privatisation and private sector practices as the answer to the problems of public services is to fail to understand the essential differences between the public and private realm. The public realm often has to deliver services that are essentially unprofitable, such as accident and emergency services. In these...
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The Economic Problem of Today
Human beings are created to strive and survive in cases of scarce resources; however, is society ready to stand by itself in the case of extreme emergencies where resources are few to be distributed among all the population? This question and others will be covered on this paper. This paper will cover briefly the economic p...
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The Growing Problem of Obesity
Problems of Obesity Obesity has become one of the major concerns in many people. Obesity has gotten worse over the years. Obesity is being seen as problem of a certain society among many people. We are placing more emphasis on the education of how to reduce obesity through food rather than on physical activity. Quest...
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An Analysis of the Possible Prevention of the Year 2000 Problem
"The Y2K problem is the electronic equivalent of the El Nio and there will be nasty surprises around the globe."--John Hamre, Dep. Secretary of Defense When I was in the first grade, my elementary school invested in several computers and started Introduction to Computers classes. I remember playing math games...
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An Analysis of the Importance of Constructivism
Students need to be able to learn how to become effective problem solvers. They should be able to identify problems, evaluate those problems and then decipher a way to transfer their learning to those problems in a way that will bring about a solution. If a student is able to perform in a problem solving situation a m...
547 words
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An Analysis of a Heuristic Problem Solving Which are Common-Sense Rules Drawn From Experience
Heuristic problem solving are common-sense rules drawn from experience, used to solve problems. Or simply put the heuristic method of problem solving is a rule of thumb. By contrast, algorithms are straightforward procedures that are guaranteed to work every time. Heuristic programming characterizes programs that are self-...
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An Analysis of How To Tell if Someone Has a Drinking Problem
Drinking Problem
How do you tell if someone has a drinking problem? It is often a judgment made after assessing the persons drinking habits, how much and when, the effect on him emotionally and physically also family members, friends, employers, and the law. Although there are some ways to find out whether or not someone ha...
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An Essay on Problem Solving
Problem Solving
Like most people I have problems, but like some of those people running away from the problem is not an option. Sometimes thinking of a solution thoroughly isn't always the first thing on my mind. Thinking back on my past problems I found that sometimes thinking of a solution thoroughly was the only thing on...
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An Analysis of the Problem and Exploring Possible Solutions for the Teen Suicide Problem
Written Speech on Teen Suicide
Imagine you're standing atop a high bridge, you take a deep breath, say one
last silent goodbye to your friends and family, and you leap to your death.
By doing this, you're making a permanent solution to a temporary problem. You may be solving your own personal problem, but imagine the pain,...
3,272 words
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A Description of the Problem Solving Process by Graham Parker
Developing and Selecting Solutions
Graham Parkers Structured Problem Solving Guide describes the problem solving process in four phases, one of which is Developing and Selecting Solutions (Phase 4). The other phases are not summarized here, however, it is noteworthy to mention that Phase 4 is the entering into solution deve...
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An Introduction to the Problem of Hunger and Famine in India
The problem of hunger and famine is found in the nation of India. Hunger or famine, a severe shortage in food supply, affects much of the region in India. Many health and economic problems result due to famine. As India became independent their economy failed and left most of the region starving.
After World War I, India wa...
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An Analysis of a Problem Based Learning Commonly Referred to as PBL
Introduction
Problem based learning commonly referred to as PBL is a type of learning that challenges and encourages learners to learn through engagement in real situations.  It helps in simultaneous development of problem solving strategies and displinary knowledge base.  It makes and helps students develop problem solving...
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A Study of the Growing Problem of Teenage Drinking
Teenage drinking has been a societal problem for a considerable time and as such, researchers have been in the forefront to resolve the problems associated with it. Adolescent drinking, also known as binge drinking is the focus of research because of the need to come up with prevention and treatment methods. Too much drinki...
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Exploring the Causes of the Women Illiteracy Problem in the American Society
Illiteracy, A Problem Facing Women I was quite amazed as I researched the topic of illiteracy in America. What exactly is illiteracy? Illiteracy is defined in the Webster s dictionary as: 1) not educated; especially, not knowing how to read or write. 2) showing a lack of education --noun. a person who does not know how to...
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