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Suicide as a Community Issue
An analysis of suicide as a community issue and not just a matter of mental health. The conclusion is that suicide is more often a result of the alienation of the individual from society or the principal group identification, a problem complicated by the fact that society does not support intervention or prevention programs even though experts call for them.
The purpose of this research is to examine the phenomenon of suicide as anissue grounded in a critique of community health The plan of the... more
11 pages | 24 sources | 30 citations | APA citation style

Price: $8.00

Incident & Yet Do I Marvel
This paper provides an analysis of Countee Cullen’s poems “Incident” and “Yet Do I Marvel.” The focus of the analysis is showing how Cullen uses the sonnet form in both poems to mirror the main conflict of the speakers.
Incident Yet Do I Marvel Introduction Countee Cullen was an African American poet of the HarlemRenaissance Living in racist America Cullen wanted to... more
2 pages | 2 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $4.00

Platonic Love and Christian Love
A look at the difference between Platonic love, as expressed by Socrates and others in Plato's Symposium and how it compares with the ideas of love as expressed in the New Testament.
LOVE PLATONIC AND LOVE CHRISTIAN All too often these days we tend to associate the idea of love with a sexual attraction Platonic love is really... more
1 pages | 2 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $12.00

The Myth of Tangun
This paper provides an analysis of the foundation myth of Korea, the myth of Tangun. The analysis defines myth, discusses why myth is important to cultures as a conveyor of values and beliefs, and then addressed what significance the myth of Tangun has for Korean culture and history.
Tangun Myth Introduction Myths are a common feature of diverse cultures throughout history I view myths as vehicles that transmit the shared values or... more
3 pages | 3 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $32.00

Asian Child Progidies
This paper provides a biography of four Asian child prodigies who are still living, including: Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Abigail Sin (piano), Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son (chess), and Eric Lo Shih-kai (golf). Various aspects of their lives are covered, including economic background, childhood influences, and others such as whether child prodigies are born or made.
Asian Child Prodigies Introduction Mozart and Beethoven are commonly cited as child prodigies In morerecent times many Asian child prodigies from... more
8 pages | 6 sources | 32 citations | APA citation style

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Same Sex Marriage
This paper examines the issue of gay marriage. It explores this controversial issue from a social, financial, religious and legal perspective and concludes that such marriages are prohibited based on bias and homophobia prevalent in America.
Same Sex Marriage In his book Same-Sex Marriage Pro and Con a Reader AndrewSullivan states that homosexual marriage and by extension the right of... more
5 pages | 6 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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NCD model and organizational behavior
Discusses how the natural church devleopment model of management can be applied in the secular world; use of management and organizational behavior literature to substantiate the NCD model.
The purpose of this research is to examine an underlying principle of thenatural church development NCD model and a relevant dimension ofmanagement in... more
5 pages | 9 sources | 12 citations | APA citation style

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Literature Related to Islam
This paper provides an analysis of two works of literature related to Islam and Islamic culture; Salman Rushdie’s “The Prophet’s Hair” and Naguib Mahfouz’ The Beginning and the End. The analysis discusses the respective author’s point in juxtaposing seemingly contrasting worlds in these works.
Humanities Introduction In Naguib Mahfouz' The Beginning and the End and Salman Rushdie's The Prophet's Hair both authors intermingle a number of... more
4 pages | 2 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Greek and Roman Life and Culture
Rome’s empire included Greece, an older and far more advanced civilization. The truly educated Roman studied Greek and Grecian philosophy, probably owned a Greek slave to tutor the children. This paper discusses the similarities and differences between the two cultures in sports, philosophy, religion, art and drama.
Comparison and Contrast of Greek and Roman Life and Culture Rome was the cosmopolitan seat of a far-flung hard-won empire thatsent its soldiers abroad... more
2 pages | 3 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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Nature in the Romantic Movement
This paper provides a critical analysis of Goethe’s “The Sorrows of Young Werther.” The paper discusses how Werther’s characterization and other elements of the novel demonstrate many themes and preoccupations of the Romantic movement, including the inability to rationalize nature.
Nature in the Romantic Movement Introduction Romanticism is largely an artistic and intellectual movement sprungfrom dissatisfaction As one historian... more
6 pages | 5 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style



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