Effects of Psychodrama Practice on University Students’ Subjective Well-Being and Hopelessness

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Psychodrama can be defined as the helpful role-playing method technique usually conducted by groups. Many questions have been raised about the effects which can be caused by psychodrama on students (Blatner, & Adam, 2014). This article have discussed and compiled those effects caused by psychodrama practice on university students’ subjective…

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Defining the Concept of Voice Through an Assessment of Shakespeares “Twelfth Night”

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Defining the Concept of Voice Through an Assessment of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” Introduction             Literary voice is a multifaceted subject that involves both linguistic and stylistic aspects. The readers and editors often significantly demand the involvement of originality and creativity. The level of creativity is required in the development of…

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Anorexia, bulimia and related eating disorders treatment

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Anorexia and Bulimia Introduction             In the United States, millions of people are affected by severe eating disorders which are sometimes life-threatening. Bulimia nervosa and Anorexia nervosa are the most common destructive eating disorders. Over 90% of those individuals who are affected with these eating disorders are youthful women. About…

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Aphasiology: Disorders and clinical practice

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Acquired Aphasia Introduction Abstract             The paper describes aphasia in details and also the challenges that are faced by the individuals who suffer from aphasia. The paper also describes about the executive functioning and what it entail including the relationship between productivity outcomes and executive functions. The paper also highlights…

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Walgreen to enter international market

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Since opening its first doors, Walgreens seeks to be the number one most cherished pharmacy-led health, wellbeing and beauty business. From the company inception day to present day, they have grown as one the largest drugstore chains in the United States offering unmatched customer service, including innovative ideas in their…

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Understanding the Department of Veteran Affairs

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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) goes unrecognized by most Americans. Most Americans are unaware of the impact it has had in these past decades on the country and its people. Military members and their families depend on the VA assistance during their transition back to living as a civilians.…

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The Effects of Violence on Youth

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In recent years, the advancement in entertainment technology in the field of and the increasing liberalization of America and its media have led to the creation and marketing of violent forms of entertainment. This includes such technologies movies, TV shows, video games, and news outlets. Today’s youth have easy accessibility…

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Videogame Addiction

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“Jeffrey Stark knew he was in trouble when his grades dropped from 90s to 70s and he had lost all his friends. He was spending far too much time and effort feeding his addiction. Stark wasn’t shooting heroin or drinking alcohol. He was playing computer games. “Getting hooked on computer…

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Achievement and self-concept of students with learning disabilities

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This analysis discusses how strategies that can be adapted to cure obsessive and anxious views in a young individual with severe or temperate learning disabilities. By use of empirical happenings and mindfulness, various studies have cultured to notice child’s thoughts and remote themselves from their verbatim content. The adverse influence…

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A case study of clothes R Us

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Introduction Clothes R Us opened its doors and began operations more than a decade ago.  When the company first opened, the founders and CEOs were on the floor trying to sell to customers their various clothes and designs. The clothes came with economized prices, saved customers time that would have…

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