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The chosen movies for this course are A Beautiful Mind and Manic. This explication is going to look at the “big picture” in the two movies. To start with, the movie A Beautiful Mind revolves around John Nash who hails from West Virginia and has a Ph.D. in mathematics from Princeton University. John Nash got a job at MIT and taught multivariable calculus to a student by the name Alicia Larde which led to the two got married. Read more »
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Most childhood deaths and disabilities are associated with trauma. According to Morganti-Kossmann et al., the United States records about 3000 infant deaths, 50,000 hospitalizations and approximately 700,000 emergency department visits each year (16). Minor head injuries, also referred to concussion is the trauma-induced alteration of brain functions that might or might not cause loss of consciousness in the affected person. Read more »
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Confucianism is a philosophy that was developed by Confucius between 551 BCE to 479 BCE. Confucius was born in the state of Lu in the province of China. He would later become a magistrate in the local courts. Confucius travelled across the country teaching people (Clements 14). For almost 2000 years, Confucianism was the most important force in Chinese life. Read more »
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The history of the October Socialist Revolution belongs to the themes that have attracted the most attention of both foreign and Russian historiography, because its victory radically changed the position of all classes and strata of the Russian population as well as the party system, which had a great impact on world’s development in the 20th century. Read more »
Forensic psychology may be defined as the application of psychology to the system of criminal justice. Forensic psychologists search deeply and laboriously into the vast perspectives of psychology and apply them to the system of criminal justice. These issues weave together the topics of law and psychology; they are also essential to the forensic psychology discipline. Read more »
The Crime and Disorder Act defines anti-social behavior as “…acting in a manner that caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as [the defendant]” (Code of Practice for Youth Conditional Cautions). According to Andrews et al., “people understand anti-social behavior differently based on a series of factors including time, context, location... Read more »
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Bread Givers is a novel written by Anzia Yezierska in 1925 that chronicles the life of an immigrant Jewish girl living with the family in Lower East New York. The novel depicts various several themes among them the various challenges that women face in their traditional families. One of the characters, Sara Smolinsky is particularly used by the author to portray this theme. Read more »
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During The Great Depression, the American nation was in need of recovery from economic collapse, relief, and reform to prevent further depressions. An effort to create these new reforms came in the form of The New Deal. The New Deal comprised of domestic economic programs that were passed by the government in the 1930s as a response to the Great Depression. Read more »
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Organized crime refers to a network of highly centralized enterprises run by criminals in an organized manner and who are engaged in illegal activities. Such criminal organizations are well organized with a clear chain of command and segregation of duties among its members in a much similar way to a lawful organization or government. Read more »
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