Impact of Affordable care act in North Carolina

Posted in: Affordable Care Act, Health, Healthcare, Homeless, Law, Medicare, Samples, Social Injustice, Social Issues, Society, State, Universal Healthcare

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) 2010 is one of the most radical healthcare moves in legislation of United States after Medicare and Medicaid. The main goals of ACA were to decrease the number of uninsured and provide cost-effective high-quality care to all in US. According to Kaiser Family Foundation, the…

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The Beginning of Civil Rights Movement in the U.S.

Posted in: 12 Angry Men, Animal, Art, Civil Disobedience, Civil Rights, Civil Rights Movement, Dogs, Flood, Government, Government Surveillance, Human rights, Jim Crow Laws, Law, Leadership, Literature, Malcolm X, Mass Incarceration, Mind, Mindset, Music, Musicians, Natural Disaster, Nature, Nonviolence, Obedience, Oppression, Personality, Plays, Plessy V Ferguson, Psychology, Rosa Parks, Samples, Social Movements, Society, State, Unrest, Violence, Women Rights

“Being a Negro in America means trying to smile when you want to cry. It means trying to hold on to physical life amid psychological death. It means the pain of watching your children grow up with clouds of inferiority in their mental skies. It means having their legs off,…

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Local Law Enforcement

Posted in: Law, Samples, Society, State, Unrest

Stages/Steps in the Hiring Process: First step is the applicant processing division to identify the most qualified applicants. Second step is the Pre-hire interview, next is a medical exam and then take a written psychological test. Next one will take a job standard test and an oral psychological interview. Last…

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Restorative Justice

Posted in: Justice, Juvenile Justice, Juvenile Justice System, Law, Samples, Society, State, Volunteering

This week’s assignment is a paper on the Restorative Justice Process. The instruction is to “review the RJ City case study regarding Ed and David Brooke, (http://www.rjcity.org/the-project/documents/Case%20Study% 2030-10-09.pdf). This report will give an explanation of the restorative justice process, identifying the crime, the effect the crime had that went beyond…

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Failure to maintain the rule of law

Posted in: Censorship, Community, Community Policing, Failure, Failure In Life, History, Law, Life, Nelson Mandela, Persona, Political Correctness, Politics, Samples, Society, State, Unrest

The government’s repeated failures to bring levels of violent crime under control contributed to an environment which saw people resort to violence without fear of arrest or successful prosecution. In failing to maintain the rule of law the state had conditioned many poor communities to violent behaviour. The failure to…

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Volunteers and Decision Making

Posted in: Adoption, Business, Choice, Decision Making, Donation, Economics, Family, Finance, Help, Helping Others, History, King John, Labor Unions, Law, Life, Non Profit Organizations, Orphanage, Persona, Prohibition, Raising Minimum Wage, Samples, Social Institution, Society, State, Volunteer Experience, Volunteer Work, Volunteering, Volunteerism, Workforce

The purpose of this study is to explore and converse about the role of volunteers within the for-profit and non-profit organizations and examine their influence on organizational decision making. According to Lawrence and Weber, (2011), a volunteer is a person who donates his/her time or efforts for a cause or…

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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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