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Being adopted into a family can be a hard obstacle for some kids to overcome. As a baby, being adopted into a family and being raised by that family makes that person a part of that family. Just because they fit in with their families they still stand out in the American culture.

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In "Welcome", Bilal and Simon are caught up in a situation that reflects the emotional difficulties faced by modern-day immigrants: separation, loneliness, and desperation, as they often spend as long as years apart. As seen in Bilal's case, this can stir the desire to act based on instinct rather than reason as he is frantic to reunite with his girlfriend Mina in England.

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Don’t look now, but China has its own demographic dilemma written by Linda Nazareth demonstrate the lack of young people in China, in other words, the population of China is aging which creates a lot of economic problems. After the Second World War II, there was a major baby boom in China which means that less and less people work because they are older, therefore, less Chinese pay the taxes from employment income since a lot stop working at a certain age and depend on the government to help them with money as they do not have jobs anymore.

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Are your parents to blame for your drug addiction? The way parents choose to raise their children could have negative effects down the road of adolescence. Researchers Zeinalo et al. (2011) look into the likelihood of a teenager developing an addiction problem regarding their upbringing and conclude their research with an interesting “solution” to the relatively current issue.

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Possible reasons why date rape occurs, what date rape is, and the debate over who is to blame for what happened. Can the way a girl dresses or acts cause her to assume some of the blame?

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In this article it mentions the violence happening between the Palestinians and the Israeli’s which had fuelled up for these past couple of months. It had been said that explosives had gone off in a tunnel where the Israeli soldiers had been. This then caused causalities between the Palestinians and the Israelis in Khan Younis, where four Palestinians were killed and the injury of five Israeli soldiers.

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Police officers have always been given the liberty to decide who to arrest and who not to. If a police officer passes two men on either side of him, both breaking into cars, he may arrest neither, both, or just one. This article takes a look at the cases when officers choose to arrest only one person out of the two. It is analyzed on a large scale, but also highlights the impact of the individual officer. This is about the consequences of social structure and interactions on the fairness of our criminal justice system.

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Hostility Towards Assisted Suicide  

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Dating today has a totally different meaning today than it did 15 years ago. People don’t look for long term partners, or for their future, but for the now. This generation is all about having immediate gratification, not long-term pleasure

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An article posted on September 11th, 2013, mentions that it would approximately take 25 years for Europe to improve its poverty levels. It was said by Oxfam that by 2025, more than 25 million Europeans will no longer have a proper way of living. It has been also said that the most unequal countries in the Western world are the ones who are affected by austerity.

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This article looks at institutional abuse, which is the abuse of those under the care of others in a facility. This is chiefly the elderly and the mentally handicapped. Diane Burns, the author, looks at the issue with a balanced perspective and not only considers the problem but the difficulty in finding an answer to the problem.

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This article looks at institutional abuse, which is the abuse of those under the care of others in a facility. This is chiefly the elderly and the mentally handicapped. Diane Burns, the author, looks at the issue with a balanced perspective and not only considers the problem but the difficulty in finding an answer to the problem.

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This article looks at institutional abuse, which is the abuse of those under the care of others in a facility. This is chiefly the elderly and the mentally handicapped. Diane Burns, the author, looks at the issue with a balanced perspective and not only considers the problem but the difficulty in finding an answer to the problem.

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This article looks at institutional abuse, which is the abuse of those under the care of others in a facility. This is chiefly the elderly and the mentally handicapped. Diane Burns, the author, looks at the issue with a balanced perspective and not only considers the problem but the difficulty in finding an answer to the problem.

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