Affecting Change: The Children Protective Services

Children have the right to be protected against any forms of violence from their parents or guardians. They should also be protected against the lack of provision of any services, basic needs or social amenities that is critical for their growth and ...
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Population of ON, Quebec and Heartland

Question 1 Canada stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and has a unique position with respect to bordering other continents. The country has a long history of immigration starting from the time of the Irish famine and even earlie...
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Community Assessment Paper

This paper gives an assessment of Brickell community, distinguishes the most vulnerable group and gives possible initiatives that could be considered in order to improve conditions for the vulnerable group. Brickell is the southern part of Miami city...
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Race, Class, and Gender Stratification in Social Networking

Introduction Social stratification is the phenomenon of clustering in accordance with certain biological, social, and economic criteria. Undoubtedly, stratification has a number of positive implications that are basically aimed at increasing individ...
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Effectiveness of Protesting in Changing the Status Quo

Introduction When people are not satisfied with a political regime, policies, or the way society functions, they may resort to protests to change status quo. Since both objecting and abstaining from protests are associated with particular costs and ...
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Pros and Cons of Meritocracy: High-End Experts versus Low-End Workers

The current paper analyzes the pros and cons of meritocracy trend in relation to the 21st century labor market. It outlines the concept of meritocracy, including its positive and negative connotations. The paper also argues that there are different a...
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Criminology

1. Atavism means the recurrence to a previous style, behavior or method after some period of time. Anomie is a social condition that involves a lack of order and cohesion, especially regarding values and norms. Relative deprivation is a theory of so...
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