Climate Change

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An appreciation of the psychological impacts of global climate change entails recognizing the complexity and multiple meanings associated with climate change; situating impacts within other social, technological, and ecological transitions; and recognizing mediators and moderators of impacts. This article describes three classes of psychological impacts: direct (e.g., acute or traumatic…

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Communications & Crisis

Posted in: Communication, Communication Process, Crisis, Economics, Electronics, Hipaa, Hurricane Katrina, Importance Of Communication, Isis, Law, Natural Disaster, Nature, Samples, Smartphones, Society, State, Technology, Terrorism

The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) has begun to receive official reports stating that the public water supplies of several towns in the South East Texas (SET) area have become contaminated with life-threatening biological agents. As director of this office, it is my responsibility to address contingency plans within…

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Profiteering By Nonprofit Organizations

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Buckhoff and Parham provide documented information toward the fiscal misconduct of employees and volunteers within nonprofit organizations (NPOs). Citations include legal case results from several prominent NPOs, including Goodwill Industries and the Carnegie Institute. The research offers reasoning that corruption by an NPO may well be due to the isolated…

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Toulmin Analysis

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Two college freshmen were recently tasked with preparing an argumentative-type essay on video games violence and their influence on their younger audiences. The two easily accepted the assignment without hesitation; they bore deep-seated skepticism on the “nearly depleted positive influence” games have on kids today. They submitted their paper promptly…

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Psychoanalytical Approach to Family Counseling

Posted in: Abnormal Psychology, Blindness, Disorder, Education, Health, Hurricane Katrina, Integration Of Faith And Learning, Learning, Modern Family, Natural Disaster, Nature, Other, Psychology, Samples, Schizophrenia, Science, Scientist, Sigmund Freud, Technology, The Importance Of Family, Theories

Whether one is conscious of it or not, we all have our respective worldviews. The way we view life in general and our approach to it is the worldview that control and guide us in every decision that we make – in the way we cope pressures, and even as…

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Aspects of individuals

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The study of the aspects of individuals who become Presidents is a rich field with many different perspectives. Scholars utilize many different factors in determining two basic ideas about the presidency. Those ideas are the characteristics needed to become the President and the characteristics needed to do a good job…

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Cognitive Dissonance, Media Illiteracy and Public Opinion

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Topic – The article ‘Cognitive Dissonance, Media Illiteracy and Public Opinion on News Media’ is examining and discussing public opinion, media illiteracy and cognitive dissonance. The author takes you through a break down on public opinion of newspapers and television news and shows why a lot of the quantitative research…

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