Community Health Nursing

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Community description and data analysis Orange County is located in the United States of America in the Southern region in the state of California. In addition with Los Angeles to the north, San Diego County to the south and Riverside and San Bernardino counties to the east. There are 84…

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Poverty and Children in the United States

Posted in: Child, Childhood, Children, Domestic Violence, Family, Government, Government Surveillance, Poverty, Poverty And Health, Poverty In America, Race and Ethnicity, Samples, Society, State, Violence

Poverty is the classification of people that fall under a certain income bracket set by the government. Poverty is broken down in to two groups relative and absolute. Relative poverty is in relation to some people have more where as absolute poverty is considered life-threatening. Poverty affects people of age,…

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United Farm Workers and Mexican Americans

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The 1960s was a turbulent decade in the American history, filled with conflict over issues brought up by many different minority groups to form the various Civil Rights Movements. In this decade, the Chicano Movement started to gain a mass following and became a dynamic force of social change. Similar…

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United Farm Workers and Mexican Americans

Posted in: Art, Art Movements, Career, Occupations, Police, Police Brutality, Poverty, Poverty In America, Racial Inequality, Racism, Samples, Social Worker, Society, State

The 1960s was a turbulent decade in the American history, filled with conflict over issues brought up by many different minority groups to form the various Civil Rights Movements. In this decade, the Chicano Movement started to gain a mass following and became a dynamic force of social change. Similar…

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Employee Engagement and CSR: TRANSACTIONAL, RELATIONAL, AND DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACHES

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This article looks at the relevance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for engaging employees, including its impact on their motivation, identity, and sense of meaning and purpose. It explores three different ways that companies engage their employees through CSR: a transactional approach, where programs are undertaken to meet the needs…

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Compare and contrast India and China’s population

Posted in: China, Compare And Contrast, Country, Culture, Education, India, Overpopulation, Pop Culture, Population, Poverty, Poverty And Health, Samples, Society, World, Writing

China and India are the two countries that have the highest population in the world. Both countries have realised that family planning and population control had to happen around the 1950’s for India and the 1970’s for China. This essay will seek to compare and contrast China and India, focusing…

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Community Health Nursing

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Identification of Community Nestled in Southern Indiana just west of Louisville, Kentucky and south of Indianapolis, Indiana is Dubois County, Indiana. Dubois County is comprised of the towns of Birdseye, Ferdinand, Holland, Huntingburg and Jasper. Of those towns, Jasper is the largest and is the county seat (Kelly School of…

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Ideology, Policy, and Practice

Posted in: Books, Celebrity, Community, Crime And Punishment, Entertainment, Human rights, Interest Groups, Juvenile Justice, Juvenile Justice System, Law, Liberty And Equality, Literature, Media, Media And Democracy, Political Ideology, Politics, Poverty, Poverty And Crime, Robin Williams, Samples, Society, State

Through the prism of juvenile justice, Feld (2003) discusses the historical and contemporary roots of liberalism and conservatism as they affect criminal justice in the United States. Summarize these historical roots and comment on their impact on contemporary criminal justice. Does Feld’s article reflect an ideological bias? If so, what…

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