Essays on Violence

Violence Sgainst On Minors
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There are very few crimes that are more heinous than child molestation. Whether preyed upon by trusted adults at school or at home, or violently attacked by a stranger, these victims are often left to walk a long, physical and psychological distress. So far, several policies have been put in place to mitigate sex offense and protect the public. Megan’s Law and banishment zones are a few examples of popular policies already enforced in several countries. The former federal law…...
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What is The Connection Between Revolution And Violence?
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Zaahid Munshi Professor Kowalski Mosaics IIMay 3rd, 2018 Final ExamSection I- Synthesis Essay (50%)  Between revolution and ideology? In your answer make sure to sketch out briefly what in your mind, constitutes a revolution. (HINT: Is revolution modem?) Please use specific examples, ideas, and concepts from the course material to support your answer. The modern concept of revolution has a comparatively short history. As recently as in sixteenth century this was an astronomic term meaning 'rotation, return to origin', which…...
French RevolutionTotalitarianismViolence
Low-Key Misogyny Sexism
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Misogyny can often be hard to detect. Benevolent Sexism, a more curbed form of misogyny, views women as a wonderful species, but a weak species. According to benevolent sexists, women need to be protected by men due to fragility. Huang, Davies, Sibley, & Osborne (2016) state that Benevolent Sexism even affects role such as motherhood, as a woman’s “highest calling” is often considered to be motherhood and that this role “completes” her as a woman. Due to the confining restraints…...
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The Big Fat Lie
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I was 9 years old, getting ready to tell the biggest lie of my life. I wasn’t planning on telling a lie, it just came out as an instinct. I had just came back from a camping trip with my uncle, grandpa, and my dad. It was my first camping trip ever. It included fishing, heights, and sleeping. Nothing too over the top, yet fun. After the trip we returned home, that night my mom was feeling curious so she…...
Gang Violence in US
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Gang violence in the 90’s was a hard thing to be around for any age. Many people did not have a choice of what path they could follow. Most people in that environment dealt with peer pressure, children choosing a life risking path, parents losing their children,and some growing into a bad home. So many of the children around that kind of environment would look up to bad role models. Many would see their friends join gangs for the status…...
Gang ViolenceViolence
Why Lying is Grey
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When people think of philosophy and morality, one of the main philosophers that they think of Immanuel Kant. Immanuel Kant born in 1724 and living until 1804 was someone who believed that everything could be thought of rationally. In fact, one of the questions he posed was what someone would do if they opened their door to find another person injured and asking for help. Would they let them in and help them? Most people will say yes, so he…...
Lying or Dying The Crucible
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Throughout the years, lying has had a huge amount of power. Lying has changed, and so has the way people lie, but the reasoning for lying hasn’t. People lie out of fear, revenge, sadness, or selfishness. Others, do not lie and stay true to what they believe is right and what they have faith in. Some are even willing to die for what they believe in. In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, the characters all have their own reasons to…...
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Media Violence in the World
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In this world there has been so many changes with how the news, radio, television and what is now known as social media portrays violence. This is now what we call social media violence, and to the unknown it actually has made an impact on how society handles and responds to these situations. With society having more access at the touch of a finger can essentially become dangerous to a peaceful forthcoming. Although not all media has the intent to…...
Media Violence
The Impact of Electronic Media Violence on Children
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What is media violence ? and How is it really affecting children in this century. Media Violence is the kind of an extreme form of aggression that is produced due to constant exposure to aggressive and violent behavior in mass media, resulting in human suffering, lost lives, and economic hardship to our society as well as an atmosphere of anxiety, fear, and mistrust.(Media violence. (n.d.). For a long time now, the media has been a big part of our lives. Nearly…...
Media Violence
Are Violent Video Games the Cause of School Shootings
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The fact that a lot of children are playing video games often is irrefutable. This fact coupled with the lack of consensus about how video games really affect kids and how we should deal with it is a problem that should concern everyone. Are video games turning kids’ brains to mush? Are video games improving brain performance? Are video games teaching kids to think creatively? These are important questions that need answering. Some video games are clearly designed to be…...
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Links Between Genetics and Aggressive Behaviors 
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Looking back at the recent lockdown event that happened at the CUNY - City College of New York (CCNY) on October 18, 2018 and similar school shooting events that happened in other schools and states, I wanted to investigate further the effect playing violent video games or watching any forms of violent media has on a child’s behavior and if genetics plays a role in their aggressive behavior. On October 18, 2018, CCNY was placed in lockdown mode after a…...
Video Game ViolenceViolent Video Games
Do Horror Games Have Any Lasting Psychological Effects? 
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You are crouching in a corner, holding your breath, waiting for it to pass with your flashlight ready. You are waiting for the chance to continue your journey to get out of there. All of a sudden it stops. Your pulse quickens as it turns to face your little dark corner. With a flash, it jumps at you! You only have time to jump as the words GAME OVER appear on your screen. You yell you're never going to play…...
Video Game ViolenceViolent Video Games
Violent Video Games and Hostility
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Video games and the impact on players is highly contested. A study published in April 2015 on behalf of Springer Science hypothesized that short-term aggression in youth ages 12-18 would occur after engaging in violent game play (Ferguson et al., 2015). To measure this, the resarchers assigned one group of youth to play non-violent FIFA and the other, violent Tomb Raider (Ferguson, et al., 2015). In this study the independent variable was the violent video game and the dependent variable…...
Video Game Violence
Violent Role-Playing and Debated Subjects
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One of the most commonly debated subjects throughout society is whether or not violent video and roleplaying games are dangerous to teens. I realize that most people think violent video games have a damaging effect on teens, however multiple studies have revealed they have quite a positive impact. Not only do these games help strengthen cooperation abilities and teamwork, but it additionally improves developing social skills that are a necessity in today's modern-day life. When playing a role-playing game like “Killer”…...
Violent Video Games
 Why Violent Video Games are Good
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Have you ever played a violent video game? Have you ever thought you wanted to kill something because you played a violent video game? This topic on whether violent video games are good or bad has been going on for a while now. Still, with this long accruing topic nobody has figured it out. But today I have some evidence on why I think it is okay to play these violent games for fun without it causing people to bring…...
Violent Video Games
Feelings of Aggression from Violent Video Games
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On July 2016, an 18 year old boy from Germany shot and killed nine people, due to thoughts and feelings of aggression from violent video games. Video games are one of the worlds most dangerous weapons if given to young kids and adults. Violent video games are played by nearly 67% of people in the United States. This shows that video games are an important part of many kids's lives. The real question is; do violent video games cause people…...
Violent Video Games
The Prevalence of Violence in Games
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Violence is real and people cannot just act like it is not a real thought or intention. By removing violence from games we leave an opening for an opportunity way worse to take its place. This same opportunity could be better but more than likely will be way worse than simulated or fake violence. Kids also benefit from it being an escape from their very real-life rather than living through the constant torment life keeps providing them. Kids also use…...
Violent Video Games
Ideas of Sexism And Racism
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Ileana Ross Lehtinen has given a voice to those silenced by the society’s restrictions and antiquated ideas of sexism and racism. On July 15, 1952, Ileana Lehtinen was born in Havanna, Cuba. In 1989, Ros Lehtinen made history by becoming the first Cuban American and Latin American woman elected into Congress, as well as holding many other titles which recognize her immense impact in Florida and the nation. Regardless of the political controversy, she knew that she would stir up…...
Gay MarriageMarriageRacismSexism
Gun Control: Where Do We Stand As A Country? 
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Gun control has been an American issue for many years and nobody has been able to come to a full agreement on how this issue should be resolved. The second amendment grants Americans the right to bear arms, but when does one bear too much arms? This is a question many American politicians and citizens ask themselves as it is clear that gun violence has become a normal thing in America. Studies show that from 1982, there have been at…...
Gun ViolenceSchool ShootingsSchool ViolenceViolence
Gun Control In The United States
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In the United States there have been a total of 289 mass shootings included in that statistic are the 18-school related shooting in 2018 alone. Gun violence has become a highly publicized political issue in America. From the tragedies in Sandy Hook, Parkland, Las Vegas and many more sparked how public the debate for gun control is today. The gun debate is a continuous battle between two sides: Republicans constitution in that we as Americans have the right to bear…...
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Pro-gun Control And Anti-gun Control
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Gun violence has skyrocketed over the past years, which has caused Americans to panic due to the lack of gun control laws. Gun control laws have been a debate for years and still is an ongoing issue today. Having gun control laws which require additional security measures to obtain firearms will result in a decrease of violent crimes. The Supreme Court vetoed the idea that the Second Amendment’s purpose is to protect the state militias from the deactivation of weapons…...
Gun ViolenceSchool ShootingsViolence
Reasons for Rejection
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The term “deviance” has several complex meanings and relationships. “According to sociologist William Graham Summer, deviance is a violation of established contextual, cultural, or social norms whether folkways, mores, or codified law” (Keirns, et al., 2015). It can be as small as not listening to a parent or as big as grand theft auto. Despite, the negative connotation “deviance” is not always bad (Keirns, et al., 2015). Therefore, the act of deviance is split into two forms that are known…...
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Rising Gun Crime and Gang Violence Issue
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Chicago is a city in Illinois in the United States. Chicago is famous for its gangs in the souther suburb areas. Nowadays, there are 59 active street gangs all around the community of Chicago. Introduction Polices are estimating that there are around 100,000 gang members in the city. Furthermore, 80 suburban police department responded to a Chicago Crime Commission survey that there are gangs in their communities. The biggest three gangs are the Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings and the Black…...
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The Right Educational Background
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If you met me now, then you would know that I am a well-versed bilingual Case Manager with extensive experience working with numerous at-risk populations. My demonstrated strengths are in education and employment development to empower and direct others towards self-sufficiency. I am a strong community and social services professional. I enjoy what I do, and I do it well. However, there is only so much I could do without the right educational background. I have reached a point in…...
BusinessCollege EducationCollege Management SystemCommunicationEducationHuman Nature
We Should Be Sick of Violence in the Movies
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I left the cinema in half an hour. If I had not gone, I would have vomited. The film was called 'American werewolf in London.' In one of the first scenes, the wolf attacks two young men, killing one and crippling the other hard. Then, being treated in the hospital, the surviving guy sees in a dream how he runs naked through the woods, hunts down a deer, attacks on him like a wolf and devours him. Immediately after that,…...
facebook killings paper
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Assignment 1: Facebook Live KillingsPaula MashburnProfessor Lori BaggotLEG 500 – Law, Ethics, and Corporate GovernanceOctober 24, 2019Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook in 2004 so people and families could connect online. Since 2004 Facebook has become very accepted as a social website. Each year Facebook adds new qualities to stay ahead of the other social media companies. Facebook created a new live tool in 2016, which was supposed to be aimed towards celebrities and public figures (Newcomb, 2017). With this tool users…...
CommunicationEthicsFacebookSocial MediaViolence
President Rodrigo Duterte Speech
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On the 26th day of February last 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte delivered a speech about the inauguration of the Armscor Shooting Range Davao Branch in Davao City. The president's speech drawn laughter to the audience, brought violence to women and stated to be vulgar, sexist and misogynist according to the Women's Group of Gabriela in which acted and raise their flags to speak up with regards the said speech or remarks of the president. We are insensible of the things…...
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Hello I’m Mr Kowalski a representative of VirPed Now before I begin
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Hello I’m Mr Kowalski a representative of VirPed. Now before I begin I would like to warn you all I will be covering a sensitive topic and I in no way wish to offend nor discredit anyone’s experiences or beliefs. VirPed of which I represent stands for Virtuous Paedophiles, an online community claiming to have never sexually engaged with minors and never intending to. “Virtuous” in this case meaning the capacity to be good people not to be misinterpreted as…...
AbuseEthicsHuman NatureHuman SexualitySexual AbuseSexuality
Justin Torres: Society’s Racial and Homophobic Standards
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A society comprised of unacceptance and isolation will reveal the barbaric and savage behaviors of a pack of innocuous half-breeds. In the novel, We the Animals, Justin Torres displays the cruel consequences of society’s racial and homophobic standards. These principles force the narrator in the novel to surrender his identity and alter himself into an individual that he believes mankind would accept. His differences and sexual desires cast him apart from everyone else, including his own family. In time, the…...
HomosexualityHuman NatureIdentitySexual OrientationSocial PsychologyViolence
Father of Filipino Philosophy
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Tan, Karl Mario M.November 28, 20184CSPHL073Life and Works37465000Dr. Florentino T. Timbrezais a full professor of philosophy, a university fellow, and a chairholder of philosophy and letters at the De La Salle University, Taft Avenue, Manila.Known as the "Father of Filipino Philosophy"was the first to write a dissertation in Filipino for a doctorate in philosophythe first to write a book titled, Pilosopiyang Pilipino based on the indigenous experience and practical wisdom of the Filipino people.He also made the first and only…...
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Case Vignette Paper
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Case Vignette PaperKourtni ParrettOld Dominion UniversityBACKGROUND HISTORYMichael Watkins is a 47 year old Caucasian male with a clean appearance. He is approximately 260 pounds, 5’10 with brown eyes and brown hair. He is currently a resident of Fredericksburg, Virginia and lives with his wife of 15 years, Michelle and their three children. Michael states that he does suffer from bipolar disorder and hypertension, however he is only currently taking medication for his hypertension. He has been an employee for the…...
Abnormal PsychologyMental HealthSexual AbuseSubstance AbuseViolence
Own Opinion With Strong Conviction
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Being a typical person who lives in the perspective of right and wrong, good and bad, makes you have your own opinion with strong beliefs on certain issues covering earth. But sometimes even your strongest belief could be shaken by the arguments of life and make doubt and change minds. Reality and personal experiences could be its instrument, and so movies. One of those movies is the “Unthinkable” written by Oren Moverman and Peter Woodward and directed by Gregor Jordan.…...
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As mentioned in the Introduction section the effect of violence
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As mentioned in the Introduction section, the effect of violence on national GDP for any nation is quite high. Working men and women who engage in such violence not only harm themselves but their families and even the state and non-state actors in the process. A report by CARE International lists several forms of costs associated with violence against women after carefully conducting studies in Bangladesh and Zambia. They narrowed down two kinds of costs: direct costs and indirect costs.…...
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Childhood is the primary stage of life It knows no worry or
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Childhood is the primary stage of life. It knows no worry or anxiety, no good or evilit is the period both ignorance and Innocence the heart of the child if after the presidentFor many of us Childhood is an absolute bliss and it's something we would always love to talk upon. But for few it would be a nightmare which they could never forget. This is due to various reasons and one among which is Child abuse. Child abuse comes…...
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In A Streetcar Named Desire and Lolita sexuality vastly impacts
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In A Streetcar Named Desire and Lolita, sexuality vastly impacts both characters throughout the novels. Although they may seem very different at first, their lives share similar paths of discovery, repression and loss. Both discover their sexual power very early on in their lives and the kind of male attention that they are exposed to in their youth forms their ideas of relationships. This enables them to learn how to use power to their benefit. Repression of sexuality is consistent…...
HomosexualityHuman NatureHuman SexualityLolitaLoveSexual Abuse
The Valentine’s Day Shooting At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
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The Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is a tragedy that would change the point of view of the gun policy as it constitutes in the state of Florida. The events that unfolded would not only change the course of how firearms policies are seen over the United States but also the consideration and implication that the underage and persons with mental illness can acquire firearms would be reformed after the events taken place on February 14,…...
Cyber CrimeCyber SecurityGun ViolencePoliticsSchool ShootingViolence
In “Love After Love,” Which Of The Following Lines From The Poem Contains A Paradoxical Image?
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This sample essay on In "Love After Love," Which Of The Following Lines From The Poem Contains A Paradoxical Image? provides important aspects of the issue and arguments for and against as well as the needed facts. Read on this essay's introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion.T. S. Elliot, the speaker is Froufrou himself. He is debating with the two conflicting sides of his personality. One wants him to propose love, the other wants him to hold back. The setting Is…...
External Factors Affecting American Tourism
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The following academic paper highlights the up-to-date issues and questions of External Tourism. This sample provides just some ideas on how this topic can be analyzed and discussed. Leiper’s whole basic tourist system consists of five main elements; at least one tourist, at least one tourist generating region, at least one tourist destination region, at least one transit region and at least one tourism industry. He suggests that without any one of these elements the tourist system would not function…...
Spanking Gone Wrong
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The essay sample on Spanking Gone Wrong dwells on its problems, providing shortened but comprehensive overview of basic facts and arguments related to it. To read the essay, scroll down.Apparently Dora the Explorer couldn’t provide that because in the middle of spreading the peanut butter, hollers of “give it back” come yelling from the living room. Putting down the plastic knife, she makes her way to the other room to end what she finds out is way worse than she…...
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Causes Of The Fall Of The Roman Empire
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The sample paper on Causes Of The Fall Of The Roman Empire familiarizes the reader with the topic-related facts, theories and approaches. Scroll down to read the entire paper.Extended Essay Rough Draft The Fall of The Roman Empire Why the topic is interesting: The Roman Empire was one of the greatest and most powerful communities that ever existed, so how such a mighty Empire could decline in power is very interesting. Background: What was the Roman Empire? The Roman Empire…...
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What is The Connection Between Revolution And Violence?
...In this respect, totalitarianism is definitely a modern phenomenon that could hardly be imagined in other eras.However, analyzing the content of the totalitarian appeals, one may notice that nostalgia and the idea of revitalizing the glorious past is...
Why Lying is Grey
...This is an issue that will never go away. Lying has been ingrained into society too much for people to stop, but that doesn't mean that we should listen to Kant and how he believes it is morally wrong to lie. If a murderer did show up looking for som...
Gun Control: Where Do We Stand As A Country? 
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In “Love After Love,” Which Of The Following Lines From The Poem Contains A Paradoxical Image?
...It is not progress, but regression. Another interpretation of these facts is that procrastination, which has been linked to age in this poem, has a sort of snowball effect. The older Froufrou grows, the less likely he will propose his love and the mo...
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