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    Daniel Brennan wrote the article “Why Your Good Study Habits Are Wrong” on December 22, 2013, in order to give tips about studying. According to her, a lot of parents have strong opinions about how their child study and want them to finish their homework as soon as they get back home.

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The affects of drinking and driving not only can ruin your own life, but also any others that you surround yourself with.

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Bullying is defined as the process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation than yourself. There has been an increased number of media reports on the affects of bullying on LGBT teenagers, some of the most extreme cases of bullying have lead to suicide and other self harm in young people. Brian Koenig of the k12 association, and co-authors take a look at the affect of homophobic teasing on high school students. They also research what influence parents and school climate have on bullying.

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The article that I chose mainly focused on bullying in Irish school systems and how cyberbullying is a new obstacle for school management and conducted research on how they can begin to put policies in place to help prevent cyberbullying. The article mentions how since the 1970’s research data has been collected and since then there has been a lot of data taken in regards to individual differences and aggression held toward defining features and sub-types. More importantly this data is being used to determine methods on how to help get rid of bullying and even cyberbullying for good.

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A few weeks ago, I posted an article discussing transgendered rights. Many people in the world have been active in the fight for those rights and one person who stood out is Thomas Beatie, also known as “The Pregnant Man”.

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Environmental awareness is becoming an increasing topic of study across all fields in todays ever-changing society. Many lawmakers believe that citizens simply do not care, do not have the knowledge, or do not want to change into a more sustainable society however, Lynn Rosentrater, a social scientist, presented research that tends to prove otherwise. Rosentrater (2013) conducted a survey of business and economics undergraduate students in June of 2009.

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Transgender people are faced with confusion over their self-identity starting from a young age. This feeling of not identifying with its own body leads to a journey towards self-acceptance, journey that often encounters hardships. Only when transgender people are sure of their self-identification and accept their new self can they open up to the world about their new gender in the hopes of being accepted. How do you feel, however, when the people that you must trust in order to be able to change sex refuse you?

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Anxiety is affected by more than just your genes. As technology has grown exponentially and our culture has evolved, the ideas that are making you worry have changed with them.

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This article provides a summary of the article "Blood in the Jungle" published in the Smithsonian magazine. It also provides a view on the socioeconomic disparities between developed and undeveloped nations that cause environmental destruction.

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