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Social Issues covers essays related to society, people and interactions among them. Social Issues have a direct impact on Economics, Society and other important components of a community.

  1. Puppy Mills

    Who doesn’t dream at least once in their lifetime about what it being someone’s hero? Ask yourself, what would you do if you knew someone’s life were in danger? According to the online website,, four people will die today in the United States in a hit and run accident. For every

  2. Mccain

    In the upcoming presidential election, the two main candidates are Barrack Obama and John McCain. They both have very different opinions of how to create peace in Iraq and the surrounding countries in the Middle East. Obama has promised to end the war and pull out the troops beginning

  3. Biofuels, a Healthy Alternative?

    As the horrendous effects of climate change collide head on with our planet, millions around the world suffer through floods, tsunamis, earth quakes, and droughts. It is our responsibility to restore our planet in peril, if not for the sake of our beautiful earth, for its current and future

  4. How to Explain Sociology in a Nut Shell

    Quiz Two Patrick Reeds 10/24/2008   Society is the totality of people and social relations in a given geographic space. Culture is a huge part of societ along with groups, and roles.Culture is ubiquitous. Culture consists of patterns explicit and implicit for behavior acquired and

  5. Why Mariuana Should Be Legalized

    Why Marijuana Should Be Legalized Weed, pot, marijuana, ganja, wacky tabacky. Whatever you want to call it, its all Cannabis. It is a drug that about 80 million Americans admitted to having smoked in their lifetime (survey done by the federal government), that is about 23% of the

  6. Lock of Leadership in Corporate Governance

    BU 300 Business Ethics Prof. Joseph Lizza Edward Montero Lock of Leadership on Corporate Governance I will begin by describing what the theme of the governance and leadership means to me. I understand the fact that Governance is the system used to direct and control a corporation by

  7. Sociology of Knowledge

    UTOPIA Peter More in 1516 coined the word utopia. The literal meaning is the good place that is also no place (Levitas/Kumar). People often refer to utopia as an unrealistic dream or dreamer; something that demands perfection. In the Hedgehog Review, Krishan Kumar, author of Utopia on

  8. Agil

    AGIL paradigm The procedure he adopted to analyze this system and its subsystems is called the "AGIL Paradigm" or "AGIL scheme". To survive or maintain equilibrium with respect to its environment, any system must to some degree adapt to that environment (Adaptation), attain its goals (Goal

  9. Explanatory Synthesis

    The Benefits of Marijuana Marijuana is known to people throughout the world, more commonly called “Cannabis” and it has been around for a lot longer than most people would think. In no way is cannabis a new discovery, it has been around for thousands of years and has many uses other than

  10. Improve the Reputation of the Media to Improve the Competitiveness of the Media

    Improve The Reputation of The Media To Improve The Competitiveness of The Media The media's reputation can be understood as the audience's trust and authority of the media and media content. It is the biggest magic weapon to win more audience, and is the largest of intangible assets of the

  11. What Obesity Is?

    Safiyyah Muhammad 12-2-08 Period 3 Obesity What is obesity you ask? Well, if a person is obese then that person has more body fat than how much is needed , or more body fat than what is considered healthy. Experts can tell if a person is obese by using BMI or body mass index.

  12. Who's Responsible for Child Obesity

    Who’s Responsible for Child Obesity? The days of neighborhood recreation hours are quickly being replaced by a technology industry that is rapidly creating new products itself. Instead of playing a game of football on their neighbor’s lawn, American children are replacing physical activity

  13. Agreement and Disagreement

    Running head: AGREEMENT AND DISAGREEMENT Agreement and Disagreement Criminal Justice Policy Analysis CJA 463 November 24, 2008 Agreement and Disagreement In 1994 California voters passed Proposition 184 regarding criminal sentencing. Proposition 184, “Three strikes and

  14. Modern Mysteries: Bermuda Triangle

    No doubt you have wondered about the Bermuda Triangle. It is the greatest modern mystery of our supposedly well understood world: a region of the Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Miami, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, where explanation. (Map) The list of aircraft below represent a

  15. Primary Prevention

    Primary prevention is educating people about risk factors and lifestyle changes to reduce risk. With this in mind I think it is important to begin in the school systems to try to prevent crime. Primary prevention is more concerned with informing and educating people about risks of choosing a

  16. Long Term Affects of Divorce

    Sitting in the vastness of my newly empty house my mind has wondered to the reasons that have led me to this point of my life. This is a very lonely place to find myself. I cannot help but wonder if the path that I have traveled is one that was set in some way by my parents. Did there

  17. Olbermann

    To every conservative or moderate person who says "curse you liberals" or criticizes the media for having a "liberal" bias (honestly now, its biased to say this, the media has a cash bias; whatever sells, and the same old thing doesn't sell as well as a new thing; aka, change). I'd like to say

  18. Digital Rights Management Protection

    There are many people who do not know what they are getting when they buy a movie or a new CD. DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection, which is the background software loaded on all new media purchased, it is there to keep people from unlawfully making copies. You would really have to ask

  19. Gender Advertisements

    INTRODUCTION - ADVERTISING & GENDER REPRESENTATIONS Over the past forty years the media, increasingly have become powerful image and value shaping forces in our culture (Rak & MacMullen, 1985; Reeves & Miller, 1978; Signorielli, 1989). Among visual media, print advertisements may have a

  20. Ethics and Business: Can They Both Survive in Today’s Market?

    Ethics and Business: Can they both survive in today’s market? Denise Hairston October 20, 2008 Ethics and Business: Can they both survive in today’s market? The cost of doing business today has increased dramatically over the last several years. Business ethics has been quite

  21. Brubaker R. Nationalism Reframed.P.1-25

    Brubaker R. Nationalism reframed. Nationhood and the national question in the new Europe. – Cambridge Uiniversity Press, 1996. - P. 1-25. Introduction I Europe was the birthplace of the nation-state and modern nationalism at the end of the eighteenth century, and it was supposed to be their

  22. I Am Woman: Gender Identity in Nervous Conditions

    I Am Woman: Gender Identity in Nervous Conditions The novel Nervous Conditions by Tsitsi Dangarembga tells the story of a young Rhodesian girl, Tambu, who gets an education despite the pressures of traditional Shona society. Tambu only gets to go to school because her only brother has

  23. Mitigation Strategies and Solutions - Energy Conservation Solutions

    Mitigation Plan 1 Mitigation Strategies and Solutions Jonathan Morales Axia College at the University of Phoenix Mitigation Plan 2 Energy conservation is reducing or eliminating unnecessary energy use and waste by decreasing the quantity of energy used for achieving an outcome.

  24. About Friends

    Friends are more important than the family. Do you agree? My mother likes to regret, father doesn’t want do stoop smoking, brothers playing with computer games instead of mowing the lawn. None of them is perfect and they don’t even pretend they are. For the reason that they are

  25. The Difference Between Media Bias and Media Corruption

    Does the Freedom of Press Go Too Far? “Profiling” is something we do as human beings by nature. The question then comes to “Is our opinion influenced by our own cognitive thinking or by the influence of the media?” With Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain heading into the general

  26. The Role That Mirrors My Life

    Tamer Aziz 10/29/08 I stand atop a fourteen foot platform beneath layers of scorching stage lights as my heart beats along with the intensifying music that will culminate in my cue. Everything is still; my back is turned, yet I can still feel the audience watching me. Suddenly, my

  27. Environmrntal Studies

    Max Smoot 11-24-08 ENSP 200 Peril in the Economy With the new president elect Barrack Obama about to become our president, there are many things on the mind of the people of our fair nation, and all over the world. A large piece of the economic puzzle has yet to be put into place

  28. Assistant Director of Public Realations

    Socrates was one of the most educated men in history whom made himself famous for his alternative ways of thinking and teaching. His teachings brought many people to realizations they thought were never possible. He also invented this Socratic irony that only he seemed to impose so well at the

  29. Poker

    Michael Hoover Joy Palmer English 102-023 September 18, 2008 Ethnography Sketch The most common form of professional poker played today is Texas Hold-‘em. Granted some dealers will switch up the game on a whim, from Hold-‘em to Omaha to Stud etc., all different kinds of poker. Poker is

  30. Vietnamese Children Growing Up in America

    Soc 246- Final Report Growing Up American: How Vietnamese Children Adapt to Life in the Section I: Introduction This study explored what contributed and helped shape the children of Vietnamese immigrants. It looked at factors such as the class along with racial constrictions, and the support