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Stop its a cop you are guilty Drugs rape and kidnapping are bad behaviors After a lot of researches its been found that behavior depends on the community that the person lived on Community has strong effects on the personal behavior and on the persons future Each person needs a community to live and survive in this world A person has to be stabilized and that will never happen without a community Communities provide us with a sense of stabilityStability its what everyone in this world need Feeling stabilized gives us a sense of security and when we feel that we going to be comfortable A big number of people use a social media such as Facebook MySpace and other programs offer a community to share ideas and express their feelings to make them comfortable For instant communities play the main character in our life and how our future going to be According to Latterell Traditions and standards of behavior make it easier for community members to know which practices are acceptable and which are not 97-98 Like everyone say a son of a doctor will be a doctor and a son of a drug dealer will be a drug dealer Back in my country I never try hard to look for a community to fell stabile However here in Tennessee away from my family I worked very hard to be in community make me feeling happy and comfortable In general and for communities I will say one thing if you dont feel comfortable in a community that you live try to find another one give you what you need and make your life easier and comfy Communities serve our needs Communities play an important part of our daily life whether we chose or born into them We need communities to fulfill our needs in this life such a lot of thing we do every day Latterell
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